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A highlight from Crypto Blamed For Terrorist Funding | U.S. Hearing Breakdown
"All right, so let's get into some crypto media deconstruction today. We'll be driving into what is the source of terrorist payments out there? Some people say crypto. We're going to prove that wrong. It's going to be a good one. Don't miss it. My name is Paul Baron. Welcome back in The Tech Path. All right, so here we'll start off with The Wall Street Journal. This was actually behind a paywall, so not many people actually got to read it, but the point was, what are they hiding? And also the idea was is that crypto was one of the genesis behind some of these activities. So this is a problem that we continue to see. Now the interesting thing here is that at the same time this was going on, we were seeing policymakers start to move to these hearings. And the hearing took place, I'm going to play some clips for you guys here in a minute. This was the hearing that's taking place right here. Let me kind of zoom in on this for you. How Americans and its allies can stop Hamas, Hezbollah, et cetera, Iran from evading sanctions and financing terror. Well, we'd pretty much have to shut down the U .S. dollar if we were to do that. So I'm going to play a couple of clips to you. I want to jump to this first one so you guys get a kind of a framework of everything that's happening. My name is Adam Zarazinsky. I'm the CEO of IncaDigital, a data analytics and all -source intelligence company focused on cryptocurrency. The overall discussion on crypto and how it's used in illicit finance is oftentimes chaotic. Misconstrued and taken out of context. Hamas, Hezbollah, and Iran do receive donations via cryptocurrency and do use crypto to move money. But they also use local money changers, wallahs, shell companies at banks, trade -based money laundering and other methods. I'm sure you all saw the Wall Street Journal article that came out about Hamas utilizing crypto to raise funds. And I suspect that may be the impetus for me being here today. In that article, two forensics companies estimated that a portion of $135 million had been received. That was received by Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad through crypto since 2020. After that article, there were a series of debates, new statements, and new findings from different forensics companies. If we use the $135 million as the top -line estimate, it amounts to about $45 million per year of approximately $700 million per year Hamas uses. It's about 6%. And that's the biggest number that the industry has. The same is true of Hezbollah. The industry's top -line highest estimate for their use of crypto is about $4 million per year. But the use and abuse of crypto is no different than the use and abuse of other methods of transferring value. No amount of sanctions, no amount of stringent policies against crypto here at home will stop Iranian or Russian crypto OTC providers from laundering money. The problem is offshore, crypto financial service providers that refuse to play ball with U .S. law enforcement because they don't have to. In order to interdict this sort of activity, what we must do is continue to develop technology to and identify stop bad actors in crypto and to build a strong crypto ecosystem here in the United States. So part of the goal of the work of our lawmakers should be to draft bills in such a way that it can and does get there. Our national security depends on it. Thank you. A lot happening, but here's the real point here. This was almost nefarious. So Wall Street Journal puts out the article, then Elliptic, which was their source and this guy that was just talking, goes in and says, we're going to kind of set the record straight here. They basically said they engage with the Wall Street Journal to correct the misinterpretations of the level of crypto funding. And then we've been in discussions with the Office of Senator Warren to ensure that relevant parties had a proper appreciation of the complexities. Data provided by Elliptic and others had been misrepresented in no way does this mean that some of these organizations had raised all these funds. And then last, what they were saying, it's likely that some of these wallets, et cetera, belong to small service providers and others. He kind of referenced that in the stuff. But the point was, is they did all this communication with both the policymakers, the media sources, but yet none of these articles were retracted, nor was the situation covered within the hearing retracted. So this is what I look at and I say there's something else afoot here with Sam Lyman. And he's basically saying, hey, now the question becomes, will the Wall Street Journal issue a correction? It's a bad look when your own source disputes the story. And you can see the full statement. That was the one I just showed you right here. And then there's been other ones. Here was Bloomberg. Again, another one that is behind pay walls. Lynn Alden, been on our show before, she actually went in and made a statement down here. It's like saying you want to pay for something in cash dollars. They're covered in cocaine, but likely you're paying for a mob hit. The point is, is that there's no real way around this in money. Money is going to always be a way and find a way into the bad guys. The question is, what's the least difficult to trace it? And I think block chain is one of the better opportunities for us to be able to kind of control that. So it's a very interesting time for sure. I want to go over to another clip here to kind of frame up what this hearing was all about, because there's a lot of statements within it that are going to surprise you. Listen in. I'm very curious to know, I have not had the opportunity yet to read information about cryptocurrency and how it could be utilized by Hamas. Would someone, whomever has some information on that, share with us, was that real? And were other countries involved, who all was involved in this effort? Would that connection be Iran, is the crypto connection with Hamas? Hamas doesn't need Iran for a crypto connection. The nature of crypto is that it's decentralized and they can access it themselves. But I think I'd like to defer to Adam on the nature of this, because that's his business. They'll put up a website, some websites are now hosted in Russia, and they solicit for crypto donations. We can track that.
Fresh update on "lyman" discussed on Milk Crates and Turntables. A Music Discussion Podcast
"Fuck no. I turned seven that summer. I'm a little kid, man. I was a little kid. Mark was just a world, you know. I was a grunt in my father's eyes. Oh, he was a grunt in his father's throat. I was born in June. I was born in June in 1969. I remember 68. I remember that year. I just thought you guys say you remember when I was born. I was like, what's going on? Yeah, I delivered you. You know, there's a reference to my birthday and a favorite song. Howzer. Really? Yeah. What's that? Oh, what a night. Late December back in 63. Yeah, that's me, baby. I'm kind of mid-December, but I'll go in late 63. How old were you, Scott, in 63? I was four, going on five. Well, if it was December, yeah, I was going to be five. Yeah, five years old. Like I said, five years away from my first drink. I was in the hospital for a week. Started young. You were in the hospital for a week, though? Dave Phillips, King of the 45s, just rolled into the live stream. Hello, Dave. Hello. I wonder if he's raking leaves tonight. He always seems to be raking leaves lately. In the dark. In the dark, yeah. We do the same thing. So January 4th kicks off 1968 music with Jimi Hendrix being jailed by the Stockholm police after trashing a hotel room during a drunken fist fight with bassist Noel Redding. I can't think that that was anything like aggressive. I don't like you. I don't like you. There was some slapping going on. A lot of wrestling. Like guys that don't know, like you get two guys that don't. It's always a lot of wrestling. It's drunken wrestling. I think it's called tussling when you do that. It's a tussling. Not even wrestling. There's no moves being done. They're tussling. Tussle was a word in 68, right? You were 18. Yeah, I was 18. Actually, I was rooming with Al Gore and Ryan O'Neill. Oh, there you go. Then on January 13th, 1968, Johnny Cash. Oh wait, Dave Phillips says no leaves tonight. Had Mohs surgery on Monday. Hope it went well. What's Mohs surgery? That's a barbecue joint. No, he had Mohs, comma, surgery on Monday. Joanne Doyle, Joanne Doyle Kuzmoski. I love you, Joanne. I love Joanne. She's a wonderful person. Let's pick this up again. January 13th, January. Oh wait, Mark, Mark, she noticed your haircut. My daughter, my daughter cut it. Patty noticed your haircut, Mark. Look at you. When there's one guy with hair. When there's one guy with hair. It doesn't matter what show I'm on, milk crates or self-deprecating. There's one guy with hair, it stands out. Let me get through this. January 13th, 1968, Johnny Cash records at Folsom Prison, live at the Folsom, as a state prison in California. Great. Yeah. On January 20th, 1968, the Who and the Small Faces start with a tour of Australia and New Zealand. On February 1st, February, because that's how it's spelled, B-R-U, February. Jack's listening, which he never listens. Jack never listened to you when he was on the podcast. Universal Studios offers The Doors $500,000 to star in a feature film, which is never made. What were they thinking? They just gave them money? They offered them $500,000. Okay, offers. So $500,000 back in 68. How many millions was that worth? That's a boatload of money right there. Was it the script that Kiss later used for the Phantom of the Opera or whatever? Phantom of the Park. Phantom of the Park. Did they mean, did Kiss do a movie? Let's put it this way, Phantom of the Park was still better than the Marvels. Oh, here we go. I heard it's pretty bad. Yeah, yeah. February 4th. Here we go. A bad movie's a bad movie. Not all movies are good. 1968, the Bee Gees make their American television debut on, guess which show? 68, popular, popular show. American Bandstand? Nope. Shindig. No. It's not a music. It's not a music. It's a variety show. Tonight Show. It's a comedy show. The Smothers Brothers. Hey! Hey! Phew, took a few tries. Fucking low, The Professor. Yep, they make their American television debut on The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour. I was in grad school when The Smothers Brothers were on. Congested tonight. That's gonna be a problem. Uh-uh. It'll be a problem. Fuck. February 4th, 1968, the Bee Gees. Well, I just read that because I'm congested. That's no excuse. Hey, it is for me. Fire your writer. He wrote it twice. February 12th, 1968, Jimi Hendrix is given an honorary high school diploma from Garfield High School in Seattle, Washington. Hendrix is also given the key to the city. And then he had to show up for court because he got arrested in Stockholm a week earlier. Busy guy. Yeah, a month earlier, a month earlier. Let's see, February 16th, 1968, the Beatles, Mike Love, asshole. Yes, we agree on that. Donovan and others traveled to India to visit Maharishi Mahesh Yogi at Rishikesh. Rishikesh. Rishikesh. The fuck, who cares about that? That's a CSNY, the Rishikesh Express, right? That's a stupid thing. I even put that in there. Anyway, February 18th, 1968, David Gilmour joins Pink Floyd. The rest is history. Yeah, the rest is big history. Yeah. Replacing founder, Sid Barrett, who has checked himself into a psychiatric hospital. February 21st, 1968, McGraw-Hill Inc. You remember McGraw-Hill? I wonder if David's still around. There was a book publisher, right? Man, all our school books seem to be McGraw-Hill. I saw that, yeah. Arithmetic. Dave Phillips just brought the whole show down. Just fucking wrecked the whole show. He comments in, "'Mala Noma' on my neck. Results of growing up and with a-" See, now, that's the show, folks. Thanks, Dave. Oh, I get home early tonight. Thanks. Okay, see ya, bye. It's over? Yeah, that's just fucking, there you go, Dave. Thanks, buddy. Good luck, Dave. I told you something was gonna happen, Mark. I told you. I'll push through. I hope you get that. I hope everything's okay, Dave. Dave's a great guy. Funny bastard. Likes to say, he's one of two people that I know on Facebook that use the term after when they see a post that I post, they comment one word. Jesus. Oh, put the comments live. Oh, I got it. All right, so- Are we in Winthrop Live again? I'm forgetting something, right? So I'm moving the comments over here. Now I gotta do- The most unprepared show host in history. Now the live comments will start popping up, Patty. So if you comment, it'll pop up. It's wondering why Lou's head was so big this week. Jesus. Jesus. Jesus, as Dave Phillips would say. Let's see. February 21st, McGraw-Hill Inc. outbids eight other publishers and pays 150,000 for the US rights to Hunter Davies' authorized biography of the Beatles. A.J. Gillinger, owner of A.J.'s on the main in Grapevine, Texas. My boy stationed the other in the Philippines. That's, he got one of them ZZ Top beards going. And he's a good bud, makes it great. I gotta post a picture. I haven't, probably hasn't done it in a while. No, great barbecue with this. They make a fucking crazy Bloody Mary. Like a meal. Really? It's like, it's everything. A whole stalk of celery type of thing. All right, here we go. Dave Phillips, I'm fine. Margins are clear. Well, thank you for that. Enough of that. He only gets so much attention for that, Dave Phillips. Don't be dragging this through all night. He's that guy. He's that guy. Hey guys, did I tell you about the mallet two hours into the show? Hey, did I mention the surgery I had him? No, don't do it, Dave. The most loyal listener you have. The most loyal listener. You're calling him a buzzkill. Yeah, that fucking comment. I'm a fucking melanoma. What is that supposed to be, exciting? Motherfucker. Anyway, Hunter Davies authorized biography of the Beatles. Who the fuck is Hunter Davies? I don't know, I never read the book. I had that book, it was pretty well known. I think that was the Beatles bio at that time. Well, okay. That was the one. Still have it. February 22nd, 1968, Florence Ballad of the Supremes is released from her contract with Motown. That was the beginning of Diana going on her own. February 27th, doo-wop singer Frankie Lyman is found dead at his grandmother's house in Harlem, New York of a heroin overdose. Doo-wop. That's tough. Ah, AJ just commented and just checking in before the Cowboys start. Have a great show, see y'all next time. All right, my brother, my brother. No, I'm not an American football fan, but I will watch the Cowboys. I'm just gonna watch for a while. Oh, sorry. Oh, fuck you. I'd put him in the penalty box for that. Well, Lou called it. You're in, buddy, penalty box. Good call, Lou. Good call. I enjoyed that. Yes, well, you- It's a certain power feeling. It was the right call. I think it was the right call. It was the right call tonight. That was flashing his light up. All right. These are always interesting. February 29th, 1968, the 10th Annual Grammy Awards are held in Chicago, Los Angeles, Nashville, and New York. Hosted by Stan Freeburg, the Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Holy- Huh? We call Stan Freeburg. I don't know. Hosted by Grammy, wow. The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Arts Club Band, of course, wins Album of the Year, the first rock LP to receive the award. Oh, that's a good trivia question. Yeah. Yeah, did you know that, Lou? We did that on Music Relish. I did that on Music Relish. Fuckers. Still like thunder. What haven't you done on Music Relish, boys? We're trying to come up with different ideas. Ah, yes, the competition's starting. This is good. Friendly competitors, friendly competitors. This is a great, I remember this song from when I was a kid. The fifth dimension's up, up and away in your beautiful blue balloon. Wins both Record of the Year and Song of the Year. And that Bobby Gentry, just a hot bitch. I'm telling you, every time her name comes up, if you don't know who Bobby Gentry is, if you're too young, you gotta Google this girl. She was an absolute smoke show. Different, yeah, different. She wasn't Tammy Wynette. She wasn't one of those kind of glamoury girls. She was hot. She was earthy. And she was very talented. Again, as we've spoke of many times on this podcast, she had carte blanc to do whatever she wanted with the record label. Produce her own songs, write her own songs, play her own music, which in 68 was quite an accomplishment. So, and to have them. The body and the looks, Jesus. She was best new artist. I showed a picture of her to a young lady I worked with. And she looked at her and she goes, wow.
A highlight from ELIZABETH WARREN HAMAS CRYPTO FUD! CAROLINE ELLISON & SBF TRIED TO CRASH BITCOIN!
"Welcome back to the Thinking Crypto Podcast, your home for cryptocurrency news and interviews. If you are new here, please hit that subscribe button as well as the thumbs up button and leave a comment below. If you're listening on a podcast platform such as Spotify, Apple or Google, please leave a five -star rating and review. It supports the podcast and it doesn't cost you anything. Well, folks, corrupt Elizabeth Warren is at it again with her FUD around crypto. Now there was a report highlighting that Hamas, due to of course the conflict that's happening in the Middle East, was using crypto at one point. But of course, it's just a small amount and they actually stopped using crypto due to blockchain being so transparent, the folks who were donating to them were getting tracked. So Elizabeth Warren, of course, is not going to give you the context, she's not going to give you the details, she's just going to say, see, see, these terrorists were using crypto. But of course, terrorists use any form of money, whether it be cryptocurrency, fiat currency, and obviously legacy wise, they've used fiat currency. So should we ban fiat currency? Of course not, right? So here's what she tweeted out, it's alarming and should be a wake up call for lawmakers and regulators that digital wallets connected to Hamas receive millions of dollars in cryptocurrencies. Crypto is the not so secret financial weapon funding terrorist organizations like Hamas, Chinese fentanyl networks, and North Korea's missile program. There is a bipartisan coalition of senators pushing to crack down on crypto finance crimes, and it's time to act with urgency to ensure law enforcement has the resources and authority to protect innocent people. Now folks, it's not the medium of exchange, right? It is the bad actors, you have to stop the bad actors. Once again, terrorists and bad actors can use gold, they can use fiat currency, any other form of transfer of value in addition to crypto. And obviously she's getting called out big time. And there's a lot of supporting evidence highlighting that she's blatantly trying to scapegoat crypto. Here's what Ryan Selkis of Missouri had to say, Liz Warren, the most corrupt person in The tragedy in Israel to scapegoat crypto for its role in funding Hamas. Her president, talking about Biden, sent $360 million to Hamas plus $6 billion to Iran. But Hamas stopped using crypto in April. And the stats show that folks here, Sam Lyman, who's director of public policy at Riot blockchain or Riot platforms, he said critical context is missing from the Wall Street Journal piece on Hamas and crypto. And this is what Elizabeth Warren was citing. In April, 2023 Hamas warned its donors to stop sending Bitcoin. Why? Because the transparent nature of the blockchain had Western intelligence following their transaction like bloodhounds, hence the sudden drop on the chart. There's a reason money laundering via Bitcoin has been called a classically dumb crime. It shines a spotlight on everyone involved. Remember, this is as the usual suspects ramp up their anti -crypto rhetoric in the weeks to come. So here you can see the data, and this is from Elliptic, and this was cited in Reuters as well as the Wall Street Journal showing that they drop off because they started getting tracked. You know, their crypto donors were getting tracked and the wallets were being tracked. So blockchain and crypto is not a great way to launder money or do anything nefarious because it's all in the blockchain, and you have a lot of data companies like Chainalysis which have shown that it's easy to track these things. Of course, Elizabeth Warren is not saying it dropped off or highlighting the share of the use of funds. Like, they were clearly getting money from the Biden administration and much more, obviously disproportionately on the fiat side, and crypto was just a small part. So it's interesting, and Ron Hammond of the Blockchain Association weighed in on some of these things. He said, ironically, the reason Hamas stopped taking crypto donations was because an increase in hostile activity against donors. Still some in Congress, highlighting Elizabeth Warren, think crypto is solely for facilitating illicit activity. This could lead to more calling for bills like Elizabeth Warren's slash Marshall's bill. So she's going to put up a fight, folks, so this is why we have to keep fighting. We have to expose the lies. We have to spread the facts, right? And we have to highlight that, look, bad actors are going to use any medium of exchange. You have to stop the bad actors, not the medium of exchange or the technology or the money, right? It's pretty ridiculous when you think about it, but she obviously has an anti -crypto agenda, and she's going to keep going, and Gary Gensler is in her back pocket, and he's been weaponized by her, so we got to keep fighting, folks. Now, quick word from our sponsor, and that is Uphold, which makes crypto investing easy. Uphold is a great platform that I've been using since 2018. They have 10 plus million users, 250 plus cryptocurrencies, and they're available in 150 countries. They're also running a great promotion this month that if you spend or trade at least 20 bucks, you'd be eligible to win 10 ,000 XRP. They also have 37 fiat currencies, and they also have precious metals that you can trade. So this is a unique platform. If you'd like to learn more, please visit the link in the description. Now, folks, we got an update here about the Bitcoin Spot ETF, specifically Cathie Wood's ARK Invest. So Eric Balcanis and the folks at Bloomberg reported that ARK has just filed an updated version of its Bitcoin Spot ETF prospectus. The SEC emailed users a few weeks ago with comments slash questions about their S1 that they wanted to address. So it's very possible ARK has answered all that in this filing, and they've been looking through it throughout the day. James Safford, who I've had on the podcast, also weighed in on this and said, adding details stating that the ETF's Bitcoin will be held on individual wallets and not commingled. This all signals to us that ARK slash 21 shares and likely others are talking with the SEC about things they want cleared up in these docs. Good sign for future approval, in my opinion. So, folks, I think we can all agree that a Bitcoin Spot ETF or multiple Bitcoin Spot ETFs are going to be approved within the next year, hopefully within the next six months. And, you know, with Paul Tudor Jones going on CNBC yesterday saying he's bullish on Bitcoin and much more, I think the Wall Street crowd is getting ready for the approval and they're turning bullish that Bitcoin having is next year. So we're going to see a lot of bullishness around this and people prepping for the launch. So certainly good news here that the SEC and these folks are going back and forth. Now, Caroline Ellison testified today again against Sam Beckman Fried in court. And here were some of the main takeaways from today's hearing. So Caroline Ellison of FTX admits that Sam bribed Chinese officials with 100 million to unfreeze their assets, purposely tried to scam Saudi investors in the final days of FTX, intentionally tried to seek regulators on Binance to destroy his competition. And the folks here said it's only lunchtime. Now, this was shared throughout the day, but more and more is coming out and it's just looking like Sam is going to get buried. There's so many layers to the story and some of which we didn't know. And Caroline, she's out for blood because Sam Beckman Fried tried to throw her under the bus by trying to release her diary and much more. Now, CZ weighed in on the news here that FTX tried to get regulators to crack down on Binance. And he's kind of laughing at it. And he shared a quote, a lesson from Jack Ma. He said, forget about your competitors, focus on your customers. So very interesting statements here from CZ.
"lyman" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Are they our servers? They trudged into work and here you are sitting at the table. Which one had Lyman? Was it Sprite or 7? Lyman, they would claim. Was that the word they are the half lemon half line? It's hard to grow those. Refreshing tastes. It's a bitch keep on the live stream. A lot of the kind of dappled cheese. You got to really be good. The lemon half is bigger, which is kind of awkward. Oh, everything about this. Why don't they make a incredible idea? Lemon shake up. Like they do at the fair. Why can't they bottle? I think at this point, I think they make everything. There's every flavor of soda. What about Kool-Aid? Do you ever make a Kool-Aid for the kids? I bet they'd like that. Kool-Aid? Kool-Aid? Yeah, it has sugar in a chick. And they're not allowed in his house. You're not allowed to have products that spell the name the wrong way to be fun. So if it was COO, LA, that'd be a good time, but with a K, that you can't do it. Do you need a safe house? That's whatever smoke cools. That's forced misspelling that's very common in popular music. Princess belt correctly. No, all of his songs. Yeah, of using a two for TO. I'm out. I'm out. I hate that song. Number two, letter U, you hate that song. Despise that song. Nothing compares to you? Hate.
"lyman" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"That's kind of where I get some of my clients when they go, I'm tired of feeling this way. I don't want to feel this way the rest of my life. And you can see people that have done that with people dying or whatever you just move on. Yeah, that's really helpful. For the most part, I think we hit on a lot of these big topics and concepts in your outline here. Any others that we missed or that maybe we didn't dive as deep down into anything we're missing, but before we wrap up. Well, I think a lot of this boils down to what kind of a relationship you have with yourself. How will you like yourself and do you like really like being who you are and the more we can do that, it's easy to like people the way they are and so, you know, you just, you know, president eyring that famous quote, everybody quotes and he was talking about a general authority. He went to and he goes, I'm concerned about some of my family members that they're making decisions that aren't going to lead them to the best place. And he was told you're worried about the wrong thing. I think the more energy and time we can put into being the best version of us, we can be that's going to take all of our lives to do and to me one of those things is showing up as responsible and loving as I can be and then it just it carries over into the rest of your life. Yeah, that's powerful. Well, if people want to learn more about you and maybe they've got just a situation that you'd never believe and if you can hear this Bonnie, then you'd realize just how complicated this is. But if people want to reach out to you and learn more about I know you've been doing some podcasting and social media, all these types of things. Where would you send them to learn more about you and what you do? Okay, you can go to Bonnie, Lyman dot com, and I have some free resources. I have a weekly newsletter that just has some uplifting tips. They're just short. I have a podcast loving on purpose. It's on Apple and Spotify and a couple others. I'm not very techie here. I have an Instagram post that will take you to all of those, which is bonding, Lyman coaching. That's my handle on that. But if you just go to Bonnie, Lyman dot com, you'll find free resources and just my podcasts are on there and my blog. I think they're both on there. Cool. That's great. That's how you go. Awesome. Well, bunny, I want to ask you, as you reflect on your time sort of helping individuals with relationships, especially with adult children and understanding relationships on a deeper level. How has that helped you in your relationship with Jesus Christ? I am very humbled at what I do because he is the answer to.
"lyman" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"lyman" Discussed on Leading Saints Podcast
"Bonnie Lyman, welcome to the leading saints podcast. How are you? I'm doing very well, and I'm very honored to be meeting with you, Kurt. Well, you've been so kind and supportive. We've had opportunity to interact in person and you're always sharing supportive words and with the work we're doing here at leading saints. And so how long have you been the familiar with leading saints? Do you remember? You know, we went on a mission to Africa, so everything is free Africa and post Africa. So I'm trying to think it was probably post Africa. So probably 5 years. Nice. So where'd you serve your mission? In Kenya? Oh wow. All over Kenya. Nice fabulous. Were you hoping to go to an international sort of exotic place like that? Well, my husband wanted to go to the South Pacific and I wanted to go to Africa. So we put down both and he knew that if you were in good health, they didn't even pray about it. If you wanted to go to Africa, they were going to send you to Africa. We went to Africa. That's cool. So what year was that? 19 15, we were in June 15, came back December 1916. 20 16, I'm sorry. Yes. So 2015 to 2016? Yes. Good, I want to make sure you haven't found a time machine or something. I could have been over there that long, but nice. And then what were your general responsibilities there? We had the small assignment of alleviating poverty in Africa. Oh, okay. And he got that cleaned up and came on home. We were in the self reliance, the self reliance program is just getting started over there. So we went all over Kenya, trying to instruct steaks, there was only one steak district on how to run the program. Interesting. Awesome. Well, that's not what we're here to talk about. But you opened that wormhole. So I jumped in it, and it's always been here about missions and whatnot. And so when you explain to people what you do, how do you break that down? Well, I kind of couldn't give a general thing of how to navigate life with adult children. I think we talk a lot about difficulties with teenage children, and so most of us don't even have a picture of adult children. We actually think it's going to be better relationships, right? Because we're all adults now. But all that means is we have a lot of adult opinions. And so it's a whole new job so it's almost like you have to let go of this other job and take on this new role. And it's difficult finding out how to do that. So I help women you say they're in a lot of pain. They're so frustrated from met expectations, and they don't know what to do. They don't know how to feel better, you know, when do you give advice when you stay out of their business? It's kind of a confusing time. And so I help them see some of the problems going on and what to let go of. It's mainly a being go of responsibilities, thoughts, and just taking on this new role. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, that's interesting because I'm in this phase of life at my oldest ten in my youngest is two. And so yeah, I've got a lot of questions and tough dynamics and experiencing things I haven't experienced before. But as I would assume, just with my relationship with my parents, as children become adults, there's this whole new level of autonomy, right? They're self sufficient. They're living their life. And sometimes we still want to have influence on that life, but that's when maybe heads start to butt, right? Right. And it's mainly where a lot of the pain comes down. I mean, there's varying things, but they don't how they how mom is being treated. It's not what they thought. And it's not how they treated their mother. And so it's all this idea of things have gone wrong. And really, the kids don't think that the children don't think that, you know, they're just choosing, to live their life, the way they want to. I mean, we can even interpret things as disrespect, we're really no disrespect was given or exhibited, but that's how we pictured it because it was not how we thought it was going to be or how we treated our parents. Yeah. So maybe you give us some general examples of what you typically hear about when adult parents come and talk to you about their adult children. Are there some themes that often come to the surface or concerns that you hear more often than others? Well, you know, a lot of it, a big one is if children leave the church. Oh yeah. And another thing that happened is we forget that we're all dynamic and things don't stay the same. So.
"lyman" Discussed on Dr. Jockers Functional Nutrition
"In lyman which is essentially orange orange vanilla and by the way who doesn't like an orange julius or a healthy Dreams all right. We got recipes in her book like orange citrus coolers it's great you know by the way little side. No get a little treat like a dessert that the kids will love. Get a coupla organic orange juice. A cup of unsweetened coconut milk. Put a few droppers. Liquid vanilla stevia get some liquid vanilla extract but a drop of vanilla absolute which is essential oil version drop of orange essential oil and some ice that thing up that is like candy cane yom and every single person in the aromatherapy group reported that they enjoyed the smell. which is. that's number. One that profoundly. That's a ubiquitous. That's that's how many people don't like that smell. You gotta think how many in so not only that that was a ubiquitously enjoyed smell. But here's the thing not only. Did everyone report that. They enjoyed the smell to some level to the level that they enjoyed the smell. This is a really big deal. They experienced less frustration less hopelessness and less helplessness. They enjoyed the experience better. The other people. It was horrible like there was nothing good. It was a miserable experience. I hope they enjoyed their fifty dollar blimpy card with everything cut for volunteering to be a research subject. It's just sucked. It was like this is bad. Don le let me go to the next trial and let me go home so the message of this too. There are things that you can do physically right now in your home specifically to counteract hopelessness frustration and helplessness which then in turn will produce a better mood joy happiness less anxiety less stress less. Burn out less overwhelmed. Just by putting a couple of drops orange and vanilla in your diffuser or creating body oil with which is a couple of gynecology chops. Orange a couple of drops of vanilla absolute or vanilla. Co to extract again. Not mccormick's this stuff. This notion people always ask me. I got a couple of drops each with some coconut oil. That's what we quote annoy our kids with every day before they go out to. We walked them. We send them out the school smelling like a dream on the teachers always say oh. Your kids smells so good. They're always so happy why we're tapping into her biohacking their body. Because orange has been clinically shown to produce dopamine and serotonin. I mean this is similar to taking an antidepressant drug. It has a similar effect but with zero side effects. If you use it the right way other sitters oils have gabba the neurotransmitter producing affect the help reducing society. Lying burgum narrowly so going back to that. Study the level and this takeoff message. What if you are one of the few people get a majority of people like that smell. What if you really don't like orangemen all can't cool. I forgive you right right but find something that works for you because to the level that they enjoyed the smell. They felt better interesting. So when crap at the fan i'm in quarantine or you know whatever they said i can't leave my home..
"lyman" Discussed on "You're In Charge" with Glenn Pasch
"We talk about hiring people for that customer experience as well as where businesses have to focus over the next 5 years or else they're going to be left behind. It's a fascinating journey as she tells me she came to the United States at 9 years old from Russia. So that impacted her her whole work ethic, her belief of if you want to be successful in the United States, there is so much abundance you can be successful. So her journey through sales, marketing, working at Microsoft, working at startups and now starting her own company, which is incredibly successful. It's a phenomenal story. She has so much passion. She just bouncing out of her seat. You can hear it on the audio. You can watch it on the video. She is just an amazing guest. So I can't wait for you to hear what Lyman savvy has to say. So let's dive into today's episode of urine charge. Conversations at spark change with Lyman savvy..
"lyman" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"What is wrong. My brother however is never been disciplined and shows. He's very loud overly friendly towards strangers does what he wants. No sense of right and wrong. And his overall destructive to the point where if he finds something you bought he will claim it is his put it through the gauntlet and be done. Meaning you will get it back broken. There's a lot more here that i'm could read but please help me with this help. Help help that's the end of the question for me. Was that context ac. Yeah okay all right. So we've got. We've got a bad younger brother just full of wraps galleon just so mischievous and he needs to be taught right from wrong. Do you think the sister can do it. Do you think a sibling can be that parental figure. I feel like the can feel like i feel like how are you can but should you you know like why is it your job to raise like someone else now. I should say stranger zero brother but to raise another person you know. Why are you the oldest. Clearly it sounds like you know. Maybe maybe you're old enough to move out on your own spoil the world right out of their stop having so much time around the selfish brother your there's no you know you can just leave home and never looked back. He now really move on from these selfish people and let them grow on their own. And maybe ten fifteen twenty years. He goes listen. I was a terrible brother. But i've changed rhone. I like that. I was gonna say just because i'm selfish and i like no chance you stay right where you are. You remove the brother from the home Find a pack of some sort of animal or find a new family forum put a craigslist ad or something or game to get him out there to the world's that he learns what it's like. I mean this is like every jungle book ever khazar like four versions of it were ugly was probably. He probably had a sister. That was like you know what. I am sick of all this trouble. Yeah all these shenanigans. That moberly is doing some gonna give him one diaper going out into the woods. And he's going to it out and he learned the bare necessities a solid. Human learns. tigers are not to be trusted. Yeah and he came back pretty pretty good guy okay guy. Yeah not a good guy. Yeah i i'll have to relaunch haven't watched that many years sire. I don't know what the and outcome of that person as but i. Yeah if you you know if you feel like you and your family can get together have a meeting and talk about leaving this brother at a water park and never come back. I love it. Put it to a vote. Where should we i mean. Obviously we all want to get rid of the brother but where we play them and we haven't had a vacation in a while my beautiful. How beautiful zach. Just bahamas one-way ticket for him..
"lyman" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"You guys get your orders in. You know exactly what you want. It's going to be a delicious meal. However it's been an hour and no apps no drinks even the water. They came by. They filled the water half full and well or half empty depending how you're looking at it but you're waiting there and you're hungry you're starving. Those hunger pangs are just attacking you like a monsoon thunderstorm And you're ready to eat. So whatever your next action is. I haven't pictured it yet but you're one of those products to be able to get that food. What do you do man. You know this is what i do. I have a big old tote bag. Okay i brought with me. Obviously of course because i'm prepared person. Yeah and do an out of that. I take that sheet set. I take the whole quality. She sat all that stuff right. Okay take that. And i go over to a guy see already just had his plate put down. I say is two ninety nine on amazon. This is almost three hundred dollar sheets. I'll trade you for that steak and potatoes. I love it. Could also trade him for the flopping fish like not interested bobby so fresh still flopping.
"lyman" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"He's got like fifty books. Just doing it for himself. Now at this point it's like why are you being a new york times bestseller hog. Because that's what i think he just cramming up that space. When i feel like zach climbing and steph tiny should be out there on that list right forty steps to being an okay man that let's go fund me going started. Let's do this. Because i mean at the end of the day. Did you really need to be a good man. Know an okay. Man is good also. I have a theory that people that walk around saying they're good or great men normally not not. The case like are not good listeners. Or you know what i mean. Usually there's something clearly. I'm awesome and i'm like you're never gonna work on yourself. I'm awesome is basically. The thing that said after was is was pushing that old lady down to be able to get my spot in line. Was that bad. you're a good guy. Steve you're a good guy you're awesome and that that's the type of dialogue that happened. Good man yeah. So there's always a reason. I've never told myself no i have told myself i'm a good guy and that's what i'm trying to cover up. The skin. actions really stumbled onto something county advice for you because you really probably listeners. That's been an excerpt of chapter one. Being good is overrated. Okay i have two answers to listening. Okay even better. Yeah one one's more like you know you know know when someone cuts you or someone does do that. Terrible thing and immediately like you might have that spike of like right away and then you know it takes your. You can like That height moment. If i stayed at the height moment of just mad i would take that flopping fish and i would put it in his back pocket and be like this dude got a bomb.
"lyman" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Okay. So first scenario is your girlfriend. You guys getting a tiff. Oh she you fight. Words are said the can't be unsaid. She says zach. I'm leaving you But all is not lost. Because you scramble over to her house and you win you want to win her back. And just like john cusack with the radio over his head. The beat bog the boombox. You've got something else that you're trying to bring to redeem her. She got fish. Pillows smoker all in one and air mattress. Yeah which you bring. I wanna go for me. It's not the funniest choice. Hey that's what i think. It's the best choice for the situation. These is the aqua barbecuer. Oh okay i bring that over. She sees it new in the box and on top of that. I got plenty cleansing of things. That i wanna smoke barbecue of them. Oh portable and i'm gonna. I'm just gonna make her feast. Let she won't forget dude. I love that that is so good. you know what. Maybe you could still have it in the box. I liked it in the box but then you could do a little grill. Beforehand have like a little chicken breast in the form of a heart And have it in there so that when she opens it probably a lot of smoke is gonna come out. 'cause i don't know if you keep it in the box but there's also going to be a heart. Maybe chicken nuggets that form the words. I'm sorry take me back love you. Yeah and And she's like. This is the most delicious apology yep ever ever received. Yeah yeah zach. You're back in my back. i'm in it. i'm cooking baby. Oh you're we're cooking their kurkin. Were all cooking. Oh god what a great choice. Good choice okay. Scenario too rude guy. You're in the airport. Your flight back to south dakota one of those banned guns to see yup of a real villain move sky harbor and he just comes in thunderous in that sky and he cuts right in front of you your zone. Four zone four is right about to be up. He's clearly zone six And he's like causes way in. Yeah right in front of you and you've got one of these four very amazing products. What are you choose and why okay. Well how do you feel how does it. How does it cutter make you feel gross. Gross gross like dirty. You just want to wada. wash it off. Oh god got. I gotta get clean that energy on me. I can't be walking around with that energy. That's the worst energy also just lake. Ira knew that it was just a just a guy just coughing. his way. I knew it right away. I could sense it what i and i man. Young zack would be petty. Zach would be petty petty guy anymore. I you know. I let things go. I move on with life. What changed now. I think you know getting to know myself. And the only accent that i ever want. Okay and giving no me in growing as a person and just becoming you know an okay. Man is a happened. Forty steps to being an okay. Yeah zack lime. And stephens atomic we just and bestsellers move over gresh over. Get off that last. Oh god who reads john grisham anyway..
"lyman" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"Roads for road cars. If we didn't have horses. I feel like we would be. We'd still be in europe. Yeah we would not be. Far is a cool. Your voice podcast. I would have probably hopefully not that ugly of an english accent but it would be something around there. Good to know god. Do you ever wonder what you would be like if you had a british accents. No never now any accent now. No not even like a boston accent. Now dodi sack lyman over here. What are you doing go. Sox no not even nothing okay. Well you've got a great voice. Is that wow thank you. That's not like i try to straighten out my voice. Yeah trying to think of myself at all like what if you have no shot it down quotes you have. Maybe you need some more quotes in your life. Do you have quotes in your life or you a quota. Yeah i love quotes. I love quotes. I'm definitely a person that likes to look them up from time to time. Also enjoy if. I'm reading. Someone's book or something. I might go and look up quotes by that person. I like doing stuff like that. Like my memory is so bad. I'd like horrible memory. So there's only a few that like really ever stick to my brain and one that i've been thinking about a lot lately is You'll need to say it now. Okay all right. Is the charlie chaplin quote a day without laughter. Is the day wasted. Oh i love that. That's that's pretty good. Yeah and i agree with it. Because i don't think i've gone and day. This is a great thing to say. I don't think i've gone a day without laughing for years really. Yeah okay yeah i. I can't say. I don't know if i've ever gone date without laughing. I don't know if i can say that either. I've had some. I mean we've all had some rough days. But i think may have laughed every single day. I me of my life. I've been extremely ill. And still then like i'm gonna make a joke about this thing. I may have even laughed in the womb caq. Oh my god. He's cackling yeah she's honest kicking. And so yeah. I think that's how it went down. Oh god and Yeah and that's how the laughter was born. So i think it's beautiful and if there is anybody that goes a day without laughing. What are you doing with your life. Now's the more comedy especially if you're listening to this podcast either. While you're in the right place you've come we're welcoming welcoming you with open arms and fence and please stay awhile bathe and clean yourself with our daily does. Yeah that's just the hygiene public.
"lyman" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast
"More put together than the other freaking beatles but also beatles fish animals you and blue moon have a podcast. Yeah and it's the best animal review podcast down because we sat so because yes self proclaimed which i hate there might be some truth to it and the ant eater episode. Amazing thank you breath taking. Thank you my greatest work. I retired after. Where did you get the expiration into review animals I wanna i'll i'll give lou the credit. I think lou came up with the original idea. And i think i just kind of added to it or help to sculpt the idea into not just maybe roasting animals but actually giving reviews. I liked that so something like that. Okay blue being the zoologist backed his may because i thought it was zoology. I noticed that you paused a second just to make sure that you would say the right word. I listened to the zone. I listened to almost every up sauce. Podcasts warms warms my heart to hear that because it's you and my mom and i'm like zach is so much better so much funnier mom's pretty funny but you are way better so thank you wanted to my heart with my mom's like i listen to my you're supposed to my mom yet zach so i listen to recent up so to blue and i heard him correct you and i was like man he is. I know we're talking animals. So i'll say at high horse. Whoa nelly about lou. No is a great officer is a lot of fun but yeah it was funny to hear you guys talk about animals. Mayo more review podcasts. But yeah no it's it's We love doing it and I'm glad that you're enjoying it. And i'm so glad that you went in there. To put the reins on lou where i could see how lou could come in real hot and just want a roast every animal out there and he's got strong thoughts about animals..
"lyman" Discussed on Uncommon
"Blackrock exists outside of what they call a systematically critical financial institution so they are outside a lot of the regulatory and they don't have to hold cash on the balance sheet effectively means like it's responsible for. I think there's going to be misalignments there around. How can we understand the implications of of the financial system much beyond just the slick suit and and the wall street movie because it it really really can bring down global economy very quickly. You've obviously puts things from your time in the industry. I noticed in one of the episode one of the Presentation you or orrin interviewed the date and he spoke about how the focus on yield was pulled. Sort of into the foundation of i grew up and little story on that we can get into light up in a nutshell looking at your on farm and thinking. Well this is a bit of harkless parkas so to speak. But i was curious. Were there any other major principles that you pulled into your businesses from that that time in the injury. Well look i mean. I think we've we've talked about either explicit or implicit kind of moral corruption. So i would say that the the inverse of that is something that i've held very true like when someone in your business becomes too distant from your customer. I think that it allows full misalignment of values. And mr lyman of what you're trying to do. And i think that's true in any industry so to me. It's so important that we deeply align the customer with your team and your mission and that means that it. It doesn't matter. If your first your engineer you go out and go to feel days and meet farmers and standing postures and understand the way they operate that they interact with your their animals if on their lives. And i think that that could be beneficial across just about every industry and i hope that that's something that will drive a lot of call it the robustness of a feature business. You fan i think your first entrepreneurial inside was building the funds..
Washington Football Team Places Franchise Tag On Guard Brandon Scherff
"On guard Brandon Sheriff For the second straight year, the Lyman was voted first team all pro in 2020 and has made four Pro Bowls and his six year career. He'll get $18 million for the 2021 season. According to ESPN, Dallas and quarterback Dak
"lyman" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"I i didn't have a a visual persona you. Know what are your higher will lyman for you. Hire him to speak stars. I was voice. I was you know. I think it was called front The takeoff those now my hallway ontario and Front something for You know the voice of some of frontline. It wasn't calling on online now. Did you do that in boston. And ship it out there. Is that the way it worked or did were you out in california trees. I can't remember. i can't remember where i was. Oh i know. As i was in i was in montpelier vermont. Oh we did it in montpelier vermont by you know by phone by isdn that you know which is now an ancient technology. Yeah the days when it actually cost a lot of money. That do what we're doing right now for free. You know frontline's been on the air i think longer than the simpsons. The simpsons is probably next in line to the front line. It's as well you mentioned before we wrap up. You mentioned your daughter. Her name is georgia. I met george about seven or eight years ago. She's a sweetheart. We did little audio work together. And i when i. She told me her last name. Of course. I'm being curious. You're not related to that will lyman are you. And she was so proud of her. Dad were you. And i i. I don't know if this is still the case. She was in theater at the time if she is and if she was. Were you supportive of that knowing what you know about the industry. Oh yeah yeah i. There's no question that it's It's not a good career choice but if it's what you wanna do then do it. We need we need people who are following their dreams and following their hearts. And and and i'm a firm believer in finding what it is that interest you in life and and doing that rather than saying well let me see. The income level for an engineer is such such. The income level for real estate agent is such and such. I'm going to go into whatever it is is just. It's just a stupid way to make a life choice So yeah if that's p- people come and ask you know what. What advice do you have. My daughter wants to be an actress or my my my son my brother my whoever's thinking about this what what advice do you have and my my really only advice is if there's anything else you wanna do do that but if if this is the only thing you can see yourself doing then absolutely go ahead and do it and You know don't don't stop the thing is it's it's such a hard profession that if there's anything at all else that you'd like to do you're going to end up doing that because it's going to be too many times when you you lose faith in yourself you lose lose faith in the in the work or you just have a prolonged period of debt in poverty that I'm i'm going to plan b. I'm going to plan b. And then and that's what will happen and by that time you'll be you know ten twelve years behind behind everybody else that wants to get into the business and that new business other than that. It's a great great way to have fun and body of work. I want to just close with this. Your body of work speaks for itself. But for people who are hearing you now Maybe just even catching this by accident thinking. I know that voice. That's pretty cool by the way..
"lyman" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"That's promoting shakespeare. Talk a little bit if you will with me about your relationship with shakespeare. i'm well. I'm on the board of directors of the champlain champlain. Shakespeare that was a long time commonwealth company right during the production on the common each year except for last year unfortunately due to some strange thing that's been running around We hope to be back next year with a tempest Which is actually the third show. I did with. And this is their second production of the tempest. And i did. I did prosper in the original one Or the not the original one their first one anyway that old. That was some time ago right. Well you know prospero's got a Got a eighteen year old daughter so he's not prospero. isn't that old he's a contemporary. We'll put it that way. And but he's he can be a really. Nobody really cares how old they actor is as long as it does a good job and that role in that role you know they say you can do. You can do. Hamlet if you do hamlet as a young man you can do it into your sixties But if you if you've never done if if it's if you've never done it before you can't start at sixty You have to have done it. You have to have done it in your as a young man and then you can play it for the rest of your life. I don't know quite why that is true. Or why they say that as i suppose. That's what people have done but Nobody's ever successfully broken in two hamlet at sixty years old. Well it's interesting. You mentioned stage so quickly. I not surprised by that. Because i've i've seen your work and you work with the huntington theatre locally and many other great companies and i'm just an amateur actor haven't done anything professionally. But there's something so electrifying and so much more thrilling to be in front of a live group of people reacting to whatever you're delivering And i've only done a few tv walk on pieces..
"lyman" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"I read somewhere and this is always nice to see. One critic called you. One of the most underrated actors. This was when you were doing. Tv and a lot of television work more. I don't know where he got more to the point The epitome of somebody who works in so many different genre in terms of acting. Lots of voice work lots of stage work and television. So you've had a pretty interesting run. Yeah actually. I used to be incredibly diversified even in the voice work Back in turn turn of the century. I got him saying that now. Back at the turn of the century. I was very diversified and and in fact was able to whether the The commercial strike the infamous commercial. Strike two thousand. I guess it was Without Without too much pain because i had so many other things that are going on now now of course i'm all i'm all frontline. Frontline goes away. I'm i'm i'm i'm destitute. We we we. We feel very confident. That frontline i i would hope is going to be around. And that's a great jumping off point to the gig that you've had now since the eighties. Did you audition for that. How did that come about. How did you get that actually I did not audition for that I was offered that by david fanning in at the beginning of the second season I had just come off of A thirteen part television history of vietnam television history which had been a at a blockbuster for pbs. At the time won all kinds of awards and so on so forth is very highly regarded and that i did audition for It ended up between me. And richard kiley and i. I thought for sure that was that was not going to happen but it did was probably richard kiley. Couldn't fit it into his schedule but Anyway that that had that had happened and then I had done some other work for for pbs for gbh. Excuse me In the previous years. Work for nova eric. Several rides Enterprise series things of that sort. So david knew who i was by that time..
Garland confirmation is a stage for 4 of GOP's 2024 hopefuls
"App. Federal Judge Merrick Garland is president Biden's nominee to become attorney general. He testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee today. The hearing lasted most of the day We begin with committee chair Dick Durbin of Illinois. This hearing will come to order today. The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on the nomination of Judge Merrick Garland to be the 86th attorney general of the United States. Judge Garland I wanna welcome you and your family. I want to welcome you back to the Senate Judiciary Committee. I know this return trip. It's been a long time and planning on you're here. Finally, this will be the Judiciary Committee's first hearing of the 117th Congress. Before I turned to my opening remarks. I'd like to just take a few minutes to make some Acknowledgments. I want to welcome my friend, Senator Chuck Grassley as the committee's ranking member. When I first came on the Senate Judiciary Committee 24 years ago, I was the ranking member on subcommittee with you, and we dealt with the issue of bankruptcy. Now Illinois and Iowa sit next to each other. And so did Urban Grassley. We have our differences. But Senator Grassley and I have worked together on important legislation over the years, most recently on criminal justice and sensing reform. I look forward to continuing that work in this Congress. I want to recognize the outgoing chair and ranking member Senator Lindsey Graham, who will join us remotely this morning, and Senator Dianne Feinstein. Senator Graham, as is true of Senator Grassley. Well, we don't always agree, has always been a welcome partner on many issues. Including one of the most challenging issues, immigration, Senator Feinstein. I want to come in for leading the committee Democrats with Grace and resolved over the past four years. I know she will continue to be an important voice on this committee on a host of issues, including in her new capacity as the chair of the Human Rights and Laws subcommittee, which I was proud to charity and past Congresses. I also want to welcome our new committee members who either be here in person. I see one in person and one probably remote senators Padilla And also on the Democratic side, Senator Cotton on the Republican side. I look forward to working with each of you. There's some historic first in the Judiciary Committee this year, Senator Padilla, our new senator from California, will be chairing the subcommittee on immigration, citizenship. Border safety. I'm honored that he's the first Latino senator to chair that subcommittee, and we look forward to his leadership. Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey will chair the subcommittee on criminal justice and counter terrorism. He's the first Black senator to chair a judiciary subcommittee. And we could not imagine a better choice at the helm of this particular subcommittee to all of our other members who are returning to serve on the committee. Welcome back. I want to thank all the committee members for agreeing to hold this committee hearing and vote on Judge Garland's nomination. It is a great honor to serve on this committee. The Senate established the Judiciary Committee by resolution on December 10th 18 16, making it among the very first standing committees of the Senate. This committee has seen many consequential debates and approved many important nominations and landmark legislation in the committee's history. There has only been one prior Illinois senator to serve his chair Judge Garland Lyman. Trumbull, who led the committee from 18 61 to 18 72, and during his term of service was a Democrat, a Republican, a radical Republican and a Democrat. Again. He was the most bipartisan senator, you could imagine His tenure was also distinguished by passage. Of historic legislation, the 13th 14th and 15th amendments to the Constitution. The Freedman's bureau acts of 18 65 and 18 66 Civil Rights Act of 18 66. The last of these was introduced by Trumbull ultimately became the nation's first civil rights law. As chair, Trumbull saw a nation torn apart by original sin slavery and widespread violence and injustice that continued even after the 13th amendments. Passage is African Americans throughout the nation face race. System. Our nation is still dealing with the consequences of these injustices. People of color face systemic racism, and we're still working to rid this nation of the horrific legacy of slavery and Jim Crow. This committee could make a difference. We have the jurisdiction and the opportunity to do it through legislation, oversight and nominations, including this nomination of Merrick Garland to service our nation's next attorney general. There have been few moments in history where the role of attorney general and the occupant of That post It mattered more Judge Garland should you be confirmed, and I have every confidence you will be. You'll oversee a Justice Department at an existential moment. After four tumultuous years of intrigue, controversy and brute political force, the future of the department is clearly in the hands of the next attorney general Under attorney general Sessions and successor Bill Bar. The Justice Department literally became an arm of the White House committed to advancing the interest. The President Trump his family and his political allies. It came as little surprise then that the U. S Department of Justice became the Trump Department of Justice General Bar stated clearly that he believed the attorney general was the president's lawyer, not the nations. And what were the results too many in the department's senior roles cast aside the rules law trump appointees in the apartment sidelined career public servants from Lyon attorneys, two FBI agents Limited their roles disregarded their nonpartisan input override, overriding their professional judgment and falsely accusing them of being members of the
"lyman" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Forward to Kevin's book report on Roses and what the different colors me, But before we do that, Kevin, I mean can I take you don't have a full five minutes prepared to you. I take 20 seconds? Sure. Okay, So I remember you talking about the Bears Coach is like they're inside linebacker Coach quit, And then they're outside Linebacker coach moved on at the time. I'm thinking Are there more coaches than players Because there's only what Four linebackers on the field or three linebackers on the field at a time and they've got two coaches. And then you just said something. The last sportscast that I have never heard before the passing game coordinating, So you've got an offensive coordinator and then under him would or her would be the passing game coordinator. I guess I guess every team's a little bit structured and you'd have your wide receiver coach your quarterback, coach, coach coach Lyman coach right? It's two planes worth the people, Men, a lot of coaches. Okay, Valentine's Day is less than a week away. It's coming up on Sunday and Kevin Policy here with a book report on what the colors of roses mean. I spent all the weekend researching roses and when I mean researching roses, I mean clicking on the link that our producer Jeff sent to me. Convenient page that runs through all the different colors of roses, starting with white roses. You know what white roses stand for Steve? They often represent purity. Innocents, right youthfulness. Snow White was the white roses. White roses are sometimes referred to as bridal roses because of their association with young. Well, that was a while ago and eternal oil because, well, I won't get into that. Do you mean? Well, you said purity, white roses at weddings. I would say Well, wedding dresses. Yeah, I know. But you would forget it. They don't still make like wedding dresses, do they? Oh, yeah. The ivory Ros, although similar to white roses have a totally different meaning. Everybody knows this, there's said to represent charm, thoughtfulness. And gracefulness. Like the ivory roses, yellow roses during Victorian times, the yellow Rose had a much different meaning that it does today. Well used to symbolize jealousy. Now the symbol of a yellow Rose represents friendship. Joy and carry Steve. You and I are friends, wife and you got me any. I'm gonna get you some yellow roses for Valentine's. Thank you, Steve. I appreciate a peach roll. Do it for Galan. Tynes Day. What's going on? Times day again when the girls go out like girls night? Bring wine night and whatnot. Right every other night. Have you haven't like the peach roses convey a meaning of modesty, genuineness, sincerity and gratitude. Very nice. Should be great for saying Thank you. Peach roses. That's what I had in my wedding. Really? Yes, that was such a kind of girl. When did that change The orange roses? This bold and fiery bloom often stands for desire. Fascination, enthusiasm and energy. I don't know if I've seen an orange Rose didn't realize there was this many roses. You just kind of think pink, red white. I just thought they sprayed him. Yeah, I think they put dies in the roots or something. And they got to do something. I mean, Rose has never seen an orange Rose grow classic science. What is a pink rose color mean? The meeting of Pink Roses, Constabulary? Femininity feminine. Someone tried feminine dignity. Three for four. There, Kevin elegance, refinement and sweetness onto the goat. The red Rose. Oh, the goat, greatest of all time. You don't think the red roses the goat rose. I know I thought I think of goats is like Patrick Mahomes last night or Tom Brady. No, no, no, I didn't think of gold as greatest of all time. I think of someone who threw the game. And when people say go to means the greatest of all types think son, the red Rose Stands for passion, True love, romance and desire. Lavender roses are unique yet stunning roses that way. See it in five minutes. I'm running out of time. We're gonna get through these green roses. Any guest with the green Rose 11, you're finished lavender Levon Ter. There's symbolism is often tied to enchantment, Wonder splendor and mystery as well as love at first sight. Or enchantment at first sight. I don't know what the difference between love and a chimp. Yeah, it's kind of the same thing. It's a half dozen or dozens, where the other close enough green Rose is the color of life, abundant growth and constant renewal of life and energy. Blue roses air Cool. I saw Blue Rose popped up on this list represents mystery, the impossible. The unattainable are being played off here. I had two more black roses mysterious bloom that can convey many meanings often seen in on his death and mourning. Multi colored roses are uniquely colored, provided fun, unique way to send your message. So there you go, Steve. A little rundown on roses there by your valentine. Dispatcher Rose coming up next half hour. We'll give Mary her book assignment for next week. You right now, let's just ask you for the weather and traffic.
Trump pardons political allies convicted of Federal crimes.
"Baghdad on tuesday nights trump also posted a deranged thirteen minute video to facebook and twitter making his full case for subverting the election and claiming it is his duty to ensure the election was fair insisting he won by a landslide and presenting c. t. v. that he claims was evidence to prove his victory in reality. All of his claims have been debunked including by the supreme court on two occasions. Critics expressed concern for trump's deteriorating mental health and his inability to accept his election loss one. It's not unusual for presidents to grant clemency on their way out the door trump also commuted the sentences of five others on tuesday. Trump has made clear that he has no qualms about intervening in the cases of friends and allies whom he believes have been unfairly treated even those who have pleaded guilty to their crimes the pardons included former republican. Representative duncan hunter of california and chris collins of new york trump also commuted. The sentence of former representative steve stockman of texas and pardon. The current state representative phil lyman of utah. Who led an atv. Protest through restrictive native. Land's call ins the first member of congress to endorsed trump to be president was sentenced to two years and two months in federal prison after admitting he helped he son and others dodge eight hundred thousand dollars in stock market losses when he learned that a drug trial by a small pharmaceutical company had failed onto was sentenced to eleven months in prison after pleading guilty to stealing campaign funds and spending the money on everything from outings with friends to his daughter's birthday party in the group announced tuesday nights with four form. A government contract is convicted in two thousand seven massacre in baghdad. That left more than a dozen iraqi civilians dead and caused an international uproar over the use of private security guards in a war zone. The pardons reflected trump's apparent willingness to give the benefit of doubt to american service and contract is when it comes to acts of violence in war zones against civilians trump also announced pardons for allies in sned in the russia investigation. One was for george papadopoulos. He's two thousand sixteen campaign advisor whose conversation unwittingly helped trigger the russia investigation that shadowed trump's presidency for nearly two years. He also pardoned alexander's swan. A dutch loya. Who was sentenced to thirty days in prison for lying to investigators during special counsel robert mueller's investigation president-elect joe biden on tuesday assailed the trump administration for failing to fortify the nation's cyber defences and called on president donald trump to publicly identify the perpetrator of a massive breach of us government agencies. A hack some of trump's top allies have blamed on russia france relaxed its corona virus related ban on trucks from britain on tuesday after a two day standoff that had stranded through of drivers and raised fears of christmas time food shortages in the
Just What is Going on at the Esports Stadium Arlington?
"Sports stadium in Arlington is the largest Esports arena in North America this week. They laid off almost all their employees including former president. Jonathan Ogden Josh. Whose been at the Helm of the company for the past few years made it clear. There was plenty of discontent behind the scenes. He tweeted quote would love to talk about what's happened a t Sports stadium and my fears what will happen with the new Direction off all the details but need to tread lightly from a legal perspective and quote in other tweets. He makes it even more clear that the exit wasn't pretty and that the new leadership represents a drastic change from the team driving the stage over the last few years. The new president will be luke Bauer Bauer doesn't have much experience in E Sports at all. Jacob Wolfe tweeted yesterday quote Bauer is a 2020 University of North Palm. Just graduate and Linkedin shows experience running a pressure washing company power is a friend of Luke lights means and quote. Luke is the other figure involved with the company and he's a bit controversial Thousand Years. Apparently the grandson of Ray Davis a majority shareholder of the Texas Rangers who helped launch the venue according to Woolf the current CEO of Esports Arena Arlington is Neil Lyman a minority shareholder for the Rangers. And if that name doesn't ring a bell, here's a refresher Infiniti sports and entertainment. That's the company that bought optic gaming back in 2017 and made an absolute mess of it before selling it off to a mortal's about two years later. Now, it seems like Neil is taking another popular is Esports institution run by a gaming veteran and moving it in a direction of wage earner nepotism Bauer didn't interview with Kevin hit at the Esports Observer, which I will link below in it hit questions Bauer about an odd tweet from Luke leitzman lights been again appears to be Bridge between Bauer and the Texas Rangers owners who are making the decisions here lights been tweeted and then deleted e Sports Stadium Arlington will not at any time require requests or inquire about the vaccination record of anyone. I will be buried in the ground before this changes. That's just an odd statement to make from a public health perspective, especially as venues have been one of the hardest-hit industries by the covid-19. Demek Bauer claims lights been does not have the authority to make that call but his entire page was wild with feared claims. And now as I searched for it today does not exist. So weitzman's actual role at the company is not clear whatsoever. Jonathan quotes who did the article and said there is much much more to this and is in no way being transcribed fully booked. It's not a fault of hit. Of course. It's a fault of Bauer who just is not going to provide the full situation. We likely won't know the full story until Jonathan's NDA expires, but for now given meals poor history. Use words to say the least. We certainly aren't going to give him the benefit of the doubt here.
Invisible marketing with Jeff Lotman
"Great Gun and welcome to the future podcast. Today's guest is the founder and CEO of Brand Licensing Agency global icons. Now, you may be asking yourself what exactly is that? And Russ assured you're not alone as he puts it they operate in an incredibly misunderstood field that no one knows about except we see every day. Remember Flintstones, vitamins. You. Don't think hanna-barbera actually created those do. Yeah totally neither did I. In, this episode he and Chris Talk About the world of invisible marketing pairing brands with products that you wouldn't think necessarily go together. BMW Strollers Porsches Sunglasses. Forever Twenty One and the US Postal Service. It is a super interesting field that I had no idea existed but after hearing about it seems so obvious and brilliant. Please, enjoy our conversation with Jeff Lyman. Okay. So my my audience might be familiar with this idea. It's called a mash up it's when to artists or maybe through a DJ or mixer puts things together two genres that don't belong like rap and country The most famous examples I can think of as an artist whose name is danger mouse he took Jay z's black album and the Beatles white album and put them together and created magic between I. I think if I understand what you do correctly jeff that it's kind of like what you do you take two things that we love and you smash them together and it's just wonderful thing and most. Of US are completely oblivious to this happening you write about this in your book called invisible marketing now do I have this Jeff? No I think that's a really interesting way of looking at it and I've never ended describe like that. But I think you're right. I mean that's exactly what we do. We really put a manufacturer together with the brand usually have someone that wants to create a product and he's trying to break into the market and they're trying to figure out the best way of doing it, and of course, they could call it jeff or they call it Lamborghini including the their name WanNa, compare to my name what goes up dramatically. Okay. So this is fascinating because this is a world that we all kind of are somewhat subconsciously aware but until we learn about what Jeff does, then it becomes very clear what's happening. So Jeff for people who don't know who you are, can you introduce yourself and let let us all know kind of what it is that you do. Short. So my name is Jeff Lottman. I'm the CEO Global Icons, which is a company that I started almost twenty years ago and were a brand licensing agency and we work in a field that is incredibly misunderstood and no one knows about it. It's really crazy when you. When you tell people what you do, you only have to give them an example for them to understand it because otherwise they won't get. It's very frustrating at times apart parts. Well, it's interesting because I have imagined that you probably don't have as much competition because not that many people understand what it is is that true or now? It's also really s could feel there's not really many people that work in the brand licensing company in our world probably are. Ten fifteen agencies is probably no more than four or five or six of any real size. It's a great business i. mean it's been around really got in. Thirty years ago when really hit his stride compared to entertainment licensing like you know, Mickey Mouse on t shirts have been around. Since the early twenties. Right, so I guess a lot of people don't understand is like a company like Disney makes a lot of their money, maybe most of it through merchandising and licensing and building products based on entertainment Ip, and some some reference or some examples that you gave on different podcasts that are heard you talk about, which will help you understand truly what we're talking about is flintstones vitamins. The flintstones hanna-barbera did not make those vitamins the BMW stroller a BMW. BMW. Did Not make that stroller and then one that I can think of I think is Porsche Sunglasses? Maybe they did make it but it's licensing. Right. So it's a licensing, the brand equity that somebody has built up and moving into different product categories right. Exactly. I also called rarified air because let's face it. What is a brand a brand by you buying something and says a lot about how you feel you WanNa feel. So when you're going to buy apple the great, let's face it apple has built a business not about making the best computers but really telling people that when you use their computers, you're more creative you're more clever. You're you're on. Tran-. You're on edge or Microsoft, is always about we're GONNA make the best computers in our numbers in our ram is this and this and Mac never really sold that I mean they talk about benefits but it's really more about what it does for you and how it releases your freedom and because of that people look at it very differently and that's why there's so much passion for apple compared to Microsoft.
US eyes building nuclear power plants for the Moon and Mars
"US wants to build nuclear power plants that will work on the moon and Mars and on Friday put out a request for ideas from the private sector on how to do that. The US Department of Energy put out the former requests to build what it calls a vision surface power system that could allow humans to live for long periods in harsh space environments, the Idaho National Laboratory a Nuclear Research Facility in eastern Idaho. The Energy Department and NASA will evaluate the ideas for developing the reactor. The lab's been leading the way in the US on advanced reactors, some of them micro reactors and others that can operate without water for cooling water cooled. Nuclear reactors are the vast majority of reactors on earth. Small nuclear reactors can provide the power capability necessary for space exploration missions of interest to the federal government. The Energy Department wrote in the notice published Friday the Energy Department NASA and Battelle Energy, Alliance, the US contractor that manages the Idaho National Laboratory plan to hold a government industry webcast technical meeting in August, concerning expectations for the program. The plan has two phases. The first is developing a reactor design. The second is building a test reactor, a second reactor to be sent to the moon and developing a flight system in lander that can transport the reactor to the moon. The goal is to have a reactor flight system and. Ready to go by the end of twenty six, the reactor must be able to generate an uninterrupted electricity output of at least ten kilowatts, the average US residential home, according to the US, Energy Information Administration us about eleven thousand kilowatt hours per year. The Energy Department said it would likely take multiple linked reactors to meet. The power needs on the moon or March. In addition to reactor can't way more than seventy seven hundred pounds be able to operate in space, operate mostly autonomously and run for at least ten years. The Energy Department said. The reactor is intended to support exploration in the south polar region of the moon. The agency said a specific region on the Martian surface for exploration hasn't yet been identified. Edwin Lyman the director of Nuclear Power Safety at the Union of concerned scientists, a nonprofit said his organization is concerned. The parameters of the design and timeline make the most likely reactors those that use highly enriched uranium which can be made into weapons. Nations have generally been attempting to reduce the amount of enriched uranium being produced for that reason, this may drive or start an international space race to build and deploy new types of reactors, requiring highly enriched uranium. Earlier this week. The United Arab Emirates launched an orbiter to Mars, and China launched an orbiter lander and rover. The US has already landed rovers on the Red Planet and is planning to send another next week. Officials say eating nuclear reactor on the moon would be a first step to building a modified version to operate in the different conditions found on Mars Idaho national. Laboratory has a central role in emphasizing the United States global leadership in nuclear innovation with the anticipated demonstration of advanced reactors on the NL L. Site John Wagner Associate Laboratory director of IANAL's nuclear science and Technology Directorate said in a statement. The prospect of deploying an advanced reactor to the lunar surface is as exciting as it is
Seattle Seahawks Re-Sign Guard Jordan Simmons
"Seahawks brass continued their offseason retooling yesterday tumblr has more the NFL draft is two weeks from tonight and the Seahawks made a move yesterday not unexpected as they resigned opposite Lyman Jordan Simmons a guard who has shown some good signs in limited playing time after going undrafted out of U. S. C. in twenty seventeen and spending his rookie year on the Oakland Raiders practice squad as for the draft itself yesterday commissioner Roger Goodell turned in a draft upon the benefit code nineteen relief efforts paying tribute to health care workers and first responders with six different charities receiving much needed funding from the drafters on
Cobra Collective offers support to hospitality industry
"The collective is an exciting body. And it's exciting. Because I wish it when I was starting my business. There Wall such a thing in existence. Where a group of restrictors on people in the food and beverage industry who are telling our story in a way. That's going to inspire that whole scene of entrepreneurs to be courageous enough to have a go within this industry. You look at the industry and you hear. There's lots of doom and gloom at the moment for various reasons but certainly with hospitality. You know that the rate is always being ninety cents restaurants failing in the first year. So I think it's really important to have a variety of role models who speak positively about how it can be otherwise and how to build a business in a way that's going to have legs and stamina and scalable and that's what the. Cobra collective is about his group of normal people like US telling those out there who are wondering how it can be. It can be very sunny place to be. Let's talk about your own story dozen interesting one so I know you worked as a barrister for twin two years before you took that leap into hospitalizing. It's an unusual route. Isn't it sized child? Protection burst of twenty s and that's very typical of many Indian immigrants. My parents were doctors and I was born in this country and I was raised to be a professional. Because that's the only thing that you can be otherwise you fall off the face of England in their view so I was raised to be a doctor or lawyer and I became a lawyer. So it's very good girl and I absolutely loved my job and my job was about meeting people at the lowest point of their life and giving them hope in some ways that this was child abuse and this was about children being removed etc and business and particularly hospitality was something that I thought was probably quite reprehensible because you look at media and you look at the way that restaurateurs and restaurants portrayed unless seen as these hotbeds of testosterone driven aggression that you have to be brutalized anti brutal to succeed in hospitality and so for me as a woman as a woman who was in my forties. When I started the restaurant it was not something that was in any way beckoning but I had a passion for food. A real burning passion to show liberal. Show my city. How Indians actually eat in their own homes? In a way that hasn't really been shown on the High Street and this is entrepreneurism. It starts to come alive. The idea comes alive and I had a brilliant job in brilliant salary and great prospects that this creature came alive in the shape of moberly and it would keep me awake at night until I gave birth to it. And that's when I started my best restaurant only five years ago now. What kind of support would you have needed back in the day when you look at? That's rather stressful period. Five six years ago when you were about to launch a restaurant. What kind of support would you have needed? Well you know I. It's not a small alt-right thing to say that role models are extremely important. Because for me as I said you look at the industry and you can't see people that look like me. That are the stage of life that are doing it with their own money. I had no financial backing at all. This was all of my savings. Was the roof over my head. We're going to have to sell the house and moving to my Auntie's bungalow. It was so risky and unwilling to take those risks by goodness. It would have helped if I could have seen people that have done it. That were talking about Watson all sharing their journey so I knew what to expect and it must inevitably be the end of home. Life must inevitably be that you are one of those ninety percent of the fail. And that's what I could have really done with. The other thing is banks are not that willing to lend to a forty year old woman whose career and comes to them with an entrepreneurial idea and that is the truth you are seen as somebody's having a midlife crisis and so- financial backing would have been great. I was given in the end enough to buy one grill by bank. I'm not with them anymore. And that's all. Yeah so Nisha. You're giving your most gloss later this month. What kind of lessons I got to be sharing their must all about how to build a scalable business. This is about building a business and having the ambition to think it might go beyond one small high street store and so the lessons are how to take that product and craft it in a way that you can replicate it with complete consistency. One of the most important lessons is to understand why you're doing this you know. Why are you building this business? Why are you risking everything and then articulating? That reason. Why right the way through Your Business? Former you know for me. I build me to enrich lives primarily of my stuff because if my chefs happy. The food is amazing. Give my stuff a happy. The the environment is joy filled and so it really is important to in some. Why is you get out of bed every morning and have that permeate through your business model said that every one of your employees Hsieh's zeal? I think it's interesting. How you mention how important is to keep your stuff happy. So what do you actually do in practical terms to make sure? They aren't content with where they work. Well many things. She's priority in my job. So for instance I have a wellbeing officer that is dedicated solely to going around. And I've got five hundred members of staff going around speaking to every member stuff and find out how they are doing. How is it to work for Moseley to enrich their lives? Are we doing that? We do things like you know the first day of school for the children they have. They have their birthdays off. I fly forty members of my team every year to India to work in villages on female entrepreneurs projects on lund management projects. We pay them to do that. I need that life to be punctuated by things that just lift their head out of the mire and make them think about why they're working and so that if it's your passion and it's my passion. Lubi an eternal source of stimulation as it is for me sauce. Amazing how do you see the British sociologists out the moment it seems that we are living turbulent times that I don't know what your take is being based in Liverpool how big of an effect thus brexit have already. It's interesting because I think brexit is not the reason that we see so many heads rolling at the moment. Honestly I think maybe a small factor is the kind of factor that would push you over the edge if you're a business though struggling anyway. What's really rather marvelous is not marvelous. But one picks over the bones of what's happened with these businesses that have gone down and one actually thinks was. The last time I ate there will took the ones I loved to go and eat there. The answer would probably be not for many many months and that is key. It is your product. The day I eat in my restaurant twice a week on my day off me in the family go neat in my restaurant. The day I stopped doing that. And it's not good enough for me as the daily need to get off the high street. So that's one of the factors is constantly looking product thinking you'll food addictive is it priced reasonably and you can do all of those things when your rents are not killing you so it's really important as a CEO to take sites that are not going to punish you and your guests because of how expensive it is so you've got to be moderate in that way and that's why. I'm not in London yet. An outcome to London when I find a cheaper that site but right now I've got thirteen restaurants all of them outside London. I took Ed Maria today. Which is a couple of Scotland? And I'm not in my own capital yet and I just need those prices to come down because what I never want to do is to have to put my prices up the my clients because that is the beginning of the end now the concern of Brexit. Is that a London. Bubble thing do think impacts is strong obviously many restaurants in London in particular. I have a lot of European staff. How do you feel about this? What does the what looked like when you're outside of London? When your asset of Lyndon Free Staff Statistic is twenty three percent European staff twenty-three as opposed to ninety percent inland? And so you can see that in terms of stopping is very different. The pressures are different in fact sorry. Let's just brave enough to say. The pressures are much reduced. If you're outside of London in terms of the supply chain. Who knows who knows what's going to happen. We've got a year to negotiate something. That should really take three years negotiate. So that's a conversation to have perhaps next December but in terms of personnel it hasn't affected it in the way that may affect other businesses. That London centric so as I mentioned already. You're giving a master class later this month. I'm wondering having been a very successful Batali. See Orange but What are the things? You'd still like to learn what I would still like to learn as you look at these brands that have stood the test of time. You look at the non. Does the Pizza Express is the Waga Mama's these giants of industry that had legs to last fifteen twenty years? And it's that it is. What is the secret? Where does that confidence come from? One of the things that I've realized is you don't need to keep changing your menu today. Non Does Change. Think it's their lyman. Something chicken to a mango and passion fruit. It was the headline in the Liverpool Echo. This morning that the clients are absolutely destroyed. Not going to numbers anymore because it changed one dish. And it's little things like that. Where does the confidence come from? Do you need to constantly change them and you you know? I am the Sea of Muggy in the founder of Morgan will be for the foreseeable medium term future when the next CEO comes in because there will be some point in the future which reigns in my hunting ever want. Must I look to in the next person to make sure that the culture remains the same and the way I learned that by fraternizing with those that are far better than me. And that's what's great about the hospitality. Industry is Great. Sorority of people share their secrets. Share their journey so that I can learn from the giants upon whose shoulders I stand in the beginning of this interview. You mentioned that coming from an Indian background. You felt the pressure of actually going. For example to become very students of thinking of force battalions extra as an option and. I think it's not only your background. I think it's a wider thing in this country and internationally that hospitality sector jobs are not as appreciated us. They should what do you think should be done to actually raise the profile of talented jobs and make people understand that they can be for the whole life not to something to as a student. You are absolutely right in. This is my passion and I think it's telling stories like this. That will let I gave up a fantastic career. A professional career as a barrister. I was taking the exams to become a judge and I gave that up for hospitality to run food on the floor and to me. It is one of the most dignified professions that there is to serve is the best that we can do is leaders. It really
Al-Shabab attacks base used by US, Kenyan troops in Kenya
"The Somali Islamist group al Shabab his attorney to naval base in the canyon Lyman county which has US and Kenyan troops the attack could send the base Amanda bay happened just before Dorn and soy reports the Kenyan ministry has confirmed the attack at its S. trip in Lamoille it is thought that I should Bob were trying to access the nearby comp hosting both US and Kenyan forces witnesses report hearing explosions followed by gunfire thick black smoke could be seen rising from the scene the Kenya defense forces spokesperson kind of point you gonna feed a fire broke out affecting feel tense at the airstrip adding that the talk was repulsed it is the second attempt at the military base hosting US personnel in the
Andrew Luck's Retirement Highlights the NFL's Growing Problem
"Know what it wasn't long ago. I think it was last week when two weeks ago when mclovin said hey how about this poll question is andrew lock more likely to be an slight disappointment or hall of famer and this is when the ankle injury came. I remember it was the calf and then the owner robert say said i think it's an ankle and then i started to think there's more involved in this. There's more to this story. Sorry ben just glynn from the calf to a high ankle. I don't even i still don't know what he has but we know it serious enough that he announced his retirement and everybody's got an opinion on this. His decision to retire was a shock to the system for you know the the entire n._f._l. Nation when people say boy oy this is the most shocking football story we've ever heard i mean like new. No no no no how about we start with o._j. Simpson michael vick aaron hernandez. Those are shocking stories. Andrew looks different cat all right he is. He went back to college to get his degree. He could have left after his junior year. He went back to get his degree in architectural design. I believe he there are guys who are or football players and then there guys who play football most our football players j._j. Watt is a football player. Should he still be playing football. No no not at all but it andrew luck is a guy who is a guy who was good at playing football. I don't know if he's a a football guy and there's a difference in that but that doesn't mean he wasn't good at it or didn't love it. I just think that we're we're so unfamiliar. Oh you're with an athlete who uses logic where you go. What are you doing. Most football players in pauley had the analogy. Let's say you have a rock rock in your shoe. Most football players will continue to play in fact. Stop down on the rock. Where is andrew luck goes. How about. I just take the rock in my shoe. I mean it sounds logical. He just took the rock out of a shoe. Football players will tie the shoe differently like they'll somehow find a way. Hey i'll walk differently who care i'll take madison. Shoot me up. Whatever andrew lucked just said. I'm gonna take the the pebble <music> out. He's removing football from his life. Everybody has an opinion on this and when he started rattle off the list of injuries it makes a lot of sense but it's hard for us to imagine and by the way athletes are just commodities. We've moved on from all of these athletes. We don't care really don't care eric. Dickerson joined us in los angeles when we were out there and here's one of the great running backs of all time any looked great. I said the kind you look like you could give me a couple of carries. He said people don't realize the toll that this takes on goes. I slept in a reclining chair for two years because i had neck and back injuries. Nobody cares about eric dickerson's injuries. Nobody cared about jim. Mcmahon's injury his health. He thought about killing himself. We move on and andrew luck realizes that and yes he got paid paid and the reason for people to be upset and how do you do this to your team. And how do you quit on your team. I understand those emotions. I really do but i have to look at this and say andrew. Luck did what andrew luck thought he needed to do. Is it inexcusable to you know oh colts fans. Yeah i get that. I don't think he's saying boy. Watch what i'm gonna do. I'm going to set up the colts for failure now. I don't think i think that he had to process this. It took a long time. It's something you do you do well. It's your identity and maybe he doesn't want that is his identity and can you get away from this. You know the guys who had all the surgeries. I'm seeing all of this stuff here. Everybody's saying how do you do. I understand all of those emotions. Russians here but andrew lock did what andrew lucked thought he needed to do. If barry sanders was a quarterback and he walked away we would have abba bigger issue with what barry sanders did at age thirty-one calvin johnson at aged thirty. Jim brown age thirty. What are you doing walking away from the sport. Guess you've got a contract extension. There are a lot of questions. I have ranted you luck in this situation. When did you really know and when did you let the cold snow and what is the reason. Is there more surgery down. The road like you went through shoulder. You had and i put some of this on the colts by the way ryan grigson in particular the former g._m. What did i say for years. You have this investment. It's like having this unbelievable engine but then you have a car that's falling apart. You traded for trent richardson. You didn't use any lyman you finally went out and got quinton nelson and what happened. Andrew luck had the best season of his career. He had the fewest sacks. It's not something that takes a whole lot of thought. Hey how about we have a good offensive line. Chances are andrew. Luck might be able to play play a little bit longer but so many injuries and then you start to get down on yourself and you get in your head and you don't wanna go through it and and i look i couldn't play the game. I've told you if you ever watched a game on the sidelines. You never let your kids play. It is violent. It's more violent than you think because when you hear it you can close your eyes on the sidelines just listen. There's no way you go yep. I want to play play. I know we're macho. I know we all wanna play through pain. I did stupid things with my knee and my shoulder waited thirty five the years to get my torn rotator and i'm not even a pro athlete. I have an artificial knee because i was stupid when i played this guys out there and they're taking shots at him. He's getting hit lacerated kidney. He's got shoulder. He's got yeah. I understand all of these injuries. Do we want him out there. Yes because it's about us he. What are you doing to my fantasy team. Hey what you doing to my colds. You're you guys got a chance to. I understand hold loose things but this is something that we don't understand an athlete who says i'm gonna take a logical approach. He's a guy he's got a flip phone. He's got a book club. I mean he he's not your normal guy. Hi and we can't understand this. He's newly married. We can't understand this because all of us would go. I killed a play and make that kind of money and be a starting starting quite yes. This story is about us in how we perceive. This people didn't play wanna tell you they would play or how oh you need to play or. What's wrong with your your soft. You gotta take a step back and andrew luck. Doing i see all of this twitter chatter. Oh this is going to stay with him forever. I is very sanders. A quitter calvin johnson a quitter. Is jim brown a quitter right i. I haven't heard that i'd never heard somebody say. Jim brown's a quitter. Barry sanders quit walked down on the <hes> the lines how can you do. I guess andrew luck is a quitter but i'm guessing will move past this calvin johnson. Is he a quitter or see smart. I don't know i just i saw this reaction this vitriol that andrew luck how dare you do for this. He walked away from his team. I get i get it. He gave up on a sport. He excels at but no matter what people say. I think we can all agree. Andrew luck was outstanding when he did play and wishing luck and no pun intended with his life after football.
Major automakers post higher May sales
"We're waiting to hear today. If Renault of France wants to start merger negotiations with Fiat Chrysler, also some of the big automakers reported higher sales in may compared to a year earlier which surprised some forecasters given the slow start to the year. Here's marketplace's Jack Stewart in Mayfair Chrysler saw a two point one percent increase in car and truck sales and Toyota a three point two percent jump. Kristen check is from the center for. It's research may was better than we expected. But it's not all good news. She says the figures for other automakers onto strong. An overall sales still expected to be down for the year. We do have to play out the rest of the year to find out, and there's a lot of unknowns out there, some potential by didn't get the tax refunds. They were expecting others, a hearing reports about tariffs and consumers and companies wondering when they'll bite. And there's a leveling off of the strong sales the industry seen in the decade since the great recession says, Eric Lyman, chief industry analyst, truecar this is the natural cycle of things, but historically, the automotive industry has had a little difficulty with the plateauing and the slight downturn in that cycle, automakers built up production facilities global supply chains to meet high demand. Now all the uncertainty means they may have to figure out how to scale
Economy Of Thrones
"Moot. Happy Monday Cardiff. Hi stacey. So as you know, yesterday was big. It was the finale of a television show that everyone in the country has been watching for years. Everyone of thrones. Yes. Everyone, but minus one person, the only person in America who does not watch game of thrones. Well, here's the thing. If you'll game of thrones is this whole world? And this is where I'm hoping to sell you on this economics all its own. Okay. I'm more interested than only you. This is the indicator from planet money. I'm Stacey management. And I'm Garcia today on the show economy of thrones Cardiff give you a basic working knowledge of game of thrones so that you can at least function, impolite society, and I don't want you to worry because I'm gonna give you a little bit of economics to help the entertainment go down walked out of this room. If I ends. Economic. I had you economics. Excellent. Support for this podcast. In the following message come from Jimmy Nye, the regulated exchange making it easy to add bitcoin, and other crypto currencies to your portfolio. Protecting your investments with oversight and state of the art cybersecurity open a free account at Jim ni- dot com slash indicator. Support also comes from Google from Connecticut's, California, from Mississippi to Minnesota millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow online. Learn how Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com slash economic impact. I wanted a little help with the economics of game of thrones. So I turned to this man limestone, he has a population economist and he got a little bit obsessed and started writing a lot about the economics inside this world. What we see is a world that is in sort of a late medieval stage of development, late medieval economics Carter, forget everything, you know, about derivatives and monetary policy. We are getting basic and I have five indicators for you. Today about the economics of game of thrones five indicators show of never seen. Well, the first indicator the army's, I mean, even though you haven't seen it, you certainly know that armies are a big feature of game of thrones fighting dragons fire-breathing. Yes. Epic battles between these giant armies these armies. They're sailing over oceans. They're marching over great distances. And lemon says economically speaking that actually does not fly because he says, moving armies around was just a logistical nightmare. It was like moving a city around, and he said you needed, like a ton of time between battles to just regroup and make new weapons. And he said all the speeding from one battle to another which happens and game of thrones. It's just not realistic. But never happen. Real questions. Are you going to feed everybody? Right. This was one of the reasons why the Mongols were able to steamroll through Europe so quickly. Is that the Mongols or horse nomads, who would go for months at a time surviving on, like the milk from the mayor's in their heard right? This army could. Actually feed itself to great extent. And so these European armies would would March out and it'd be like, you know, fifteen thousand guys on one side, fifteen thousand guys on the other, except on the on the European side on their Christian side. You've got, like, really like five thousand guys, ten thousand people kinda support staff in on the Mongol side, you just have like fifteen thousand trained horse archers who can survive off of, like horse milk. That makes perfect sense. Yeah. I mean big army got a feed. It got clothe it. But of course, as you mentioned, the battles, and game of thrones were not just about the army's. They were also about the fire breathing dragons, and that is our indicator number two dragons. So the dragons and game of thrones is, basically like a weapons technology. And he said, this happened a lot in medieval times, this new weapon would be developed and this weapon would give a huge advantage to one side for a while. And then everyone else would have to scramble to find a way to deal with this new weapon so you see, well, literally arms race between the quality of weapons in the quality of armor. So in the early medieval period, you've got guys in like chain chain chain, mail. Yeah. Things like that. And then what happens is the crossbow comes along. Listen, seventy. I mean you really need heavier armor, plate mail. Yeah, wait a minute. Isn't this some kind of dragons rights violation here? Why? Because. The dragons were referring to the dragons as weapons, but aren't they autonomous beings themselves capable of deciding what to do? Like are they just being wielded by one side versus the other or they like horses basically? So, you know, there's this woman denarius targe Aryan mother of dragons walking naked out of burning buildings. No, she does. So, well anyway, so she's there basically a weapon that she can use. But a lot of the other armies start developing weapons to deal with the dragons, and in fact, one guy, develops this aero- gun to shoot down the dragons, and they do actually shoot down and kill a dragon. Oh, it's kind of like if you develop a new aircraft. That's really great technology than the other side develops like an anti-aircraft gun exactly shoot. It down. Okay. Exactly. That is exactly what happened. That's the arms race. Of course, though, in game of thrones of fighting is not just about weapons. And armies it is also about defenses, namely walls. So this is indicator number three walls, while cities castles, there's also this giant. Wall that stands between civilization and these wildland where the army of killers. Ambi- is led by the scary night, king and Lyman says the wall thing is right on. But here's the other thing all the walls and game of thrones spoiler alert, they all get breached Limon's. That's actually also pretty realistic. But he said, nonetheless walls were still a really good medieval investment, if your city you're not thinking how resistant army fifteen thousand determined enemies. You can't your goal is just to make yourself look like enough of a pain in the butt that when a rating party comes through, just be like look, you could take six days to besiege us in look for the week spot in our wall, or you can just go onto the next village that doesn't have a wall. But then as everybody gets walls. Somebody's not enough to have walls. You gotta have a
UNSW Sydney engineers want to mine water on the moon
"New ustralian project underway to mine. Water on the moon for conversion into rocket fuel. It'll stems because one of the biggest problems with spaceflight at least chemically powered space lot. Like, we use here on earth is the cost of transporting the few needed for the journey. So wouldn't it be great? If you any knitted enough, you'll to get you there and then fill up again for the return journey and that fuel would be plain old water or the most common molecules in the universe. And there's plenty of it on the moon frozen. His eyes on the permanently shadowed flows of polar impact craters which never exposed to Rick. Sunlight what a molecules of also that ticket in the thin lays of gas flooding just above the lunar surface. Of course, water in the chemically related hydroxyl group can also exist in forms out of the normal water molecules by being chemically bound as hydrates hydroxides Telent minerals, and this strong evidence suggesting that low concentrations of these hydrates hydroxides cover much of the Luna. Surface finding water in the moon's important firstly astronauts can drink it that can break down to oxygen and hydrogen use the oxygen for breathing. And of course, the oxygen and hydrogen constituents are also the ingredients of rocket fuel making rocket fuel out of water on the moon would significantly cut down the cost of carrying out space missions now professor Andrew Dempster and colleagues from the university of New South Wales. I looking at the commercial viability of mining water on the moon to produce that rocket fuel Dempster believes a strategy is uniquely placed the covets out a niche in the global space industry by exploiting its position of strength in mining expertise to office mining. He says Austrailia hasn't natural advantage. It already has the world's best mining research technology in automation, tools, and the planet's largest mining companies the major deterred for industry involvement is being the lack of understanding of the commercial viability associated with this type of project, and of course, the besieged investment risk profile of mining Dempster and colleagues. Want to create the engineering machinery mining methods energy resources and communications required to make such operations viable. Hey says while commercial mining operations of the moon still decades way given sufficient funding his team could be just five to ten years away from politics a water mining proof of concept operation on the lunar surface any settlement that happens on the moon would need waterfall source of purposes, if people that would consume it fuel growing plants, you grow them, but most of the applications we looking at for water, the moon would be before settlement happens. And so most of this would just be purely robotic exercise so things like if you can produce the water you can separate it out into hydrogen oxygen. You can then use it as fuel. So you could input that rocket fuel in orbit around the moon or or run the summed. And so if you only way MAs you could refuel away, you know, the reason why that's interesting is or sensible is that it costs limit about ten thousand dollars peculiar to get something into Lewis ov-, it if you. Can create your water. Listen ten thousand dollars a kilogram. You've got a business sorta to do this. I guess they're very side as I gonna melt the water in situ, are you going to extract it as rock rock as regular minds would or are you looking at extracted out of the brick here on the moon liquid? It doesn't exist. There's not enough pressure. Only sort of two types of what do exist as a solid on spending. It will if you hate it out. It would immediately become guests. It will sublime drinking against solely because of lack of Prussia. So what you need to be able to do is not only to heat the ons, but you need to be able to capture and stored in personalized why tunes into a liquid all sorts of technologies that are around try and do this one of them's of build say bubble of the top of the the regular, which is the the soil, and you could apply to it. And you can expect a water in that way. And then gathered together into a container pressurize it separated into the Hudson oxygen the technologies being looked at to achieve. This they being experimented with. Now. You more interested in this. Or are you more interested in the actual robotic the autonomous vehicles that will be doing the extraction? And then processing we'll we have reward Ryan interests. We have students looking at the of this issue. How you might to environmental impact statement. How you as you come up with business cases, and you can close them which mining message. What used to extract to to get the rock into a state where you can convert the the water admission does on how you look at the whole mission where you the resources where you'd want to land. How you power the robots so run across the range of research, topics. We'd looking at or base things basics already looking at missions to examine the feasability of mining at the Luna south pole is this something you want to get on board with or you guys looking at it totally independent approach we hoping to with whatever Papa so whoever would love to wick with their various companies seventy nine them, but some of the lodge inch. National spice companies have very strong interesting strategy at the moment, probably because we sit up out spice agency last year. But also just because the spice industry Hughes growing very rapidly. Regardless of anything to do with the agency we've gone from having to spice startup companies five years ago, having one hundred now it's a really exciting place to be looking at spice, and that's tracking bit of interest. For somebody's international palms. Visit logic to examining mining as in each four spell you. We have the largest mining companies advice team who pays in Rio Tinto's of this world. We have the best mining researches in the world Hugh money engine eating, and we have the strongest mine or am I shouldn't. So those months up in north western strategy with around people in the minds. Leaping up ready for number of years now and successful with automated trains to and they like fifty thousand Tom transit the little things. No, none. But to some extent the the degree of automation of those months at the moon. And is not enough to spice. So by that. I mean, there's still a favorite of communication between a mind and the the headquarters and one of the things that I'm personally quite interested in is the trade off between much communication bend. We'd see need and how tournaments the robots have to be much decision making that can do by themselves without having an intervention from the headquarters. So I think there's a lot of little research to be done there as well. And you really can pay Monte on a to extraterrestrial mining considering the distances the different sorts of environments and especially on the moon with dust play such an important role, the capacities probably more straightforward than you might think the stages that you go through what mining engineers coal exploration. And what Lyman would call like people would go prospecting like would prospecting. But when you talk about exploration and spice that means something else. So we need to come up with some language consisted. But that stays the prospecting style. Edge, the feasibility stage than his mining this transport, and this delivery to a customer a lot of that. Brian Wook exists ready for mines and a lot of the big money companies would understand how you about putting together an argument for for or how you structure it that we are not though talking about driving with trucks with ties twice the height of the person, and I sort of things it would be quite different mechanics, but at the high level, it looks very similar at the low level looks quite different. When you talk about the dust on the moon, bigger problem. That's absolutely the case very haunting reliable Queant l'agence is one of the things that is very important the Trishul money even moso in spice because you can't seem to post a long to go and and fix your robot for you. But when I talk about mining in a very remote place, like the moon, the challenges quite similar to for instance, moaning in the deep sea in the deep oceans, so because again, it has to be very remote, disagree of autonomy era environmental challenges. Is that different challenges? But it's it's still the same general problem. So I think we've got a lot of people working on some of those problems already. And I think if we were to start looking at money and spice, we could then be learning lessons that we could apply on the United States already looking at a success to the national space station in the form of and you space station, which would be one of the Legrand's positions between the earth and the moon. So it'll always sort of remain the opening the middle sort of always remain that position. And that would be a jump off point for regular excursions explorations, prospecting, whatever you wanna call it to the lunar surface. I believe that's why some of the first mining techniques of an extraterrestrial nature gonna be let it in practice yet. Yeah. Wasn't gonna mention on the grounds point to that point on that. That's actually according more like to deliver the fuels to those those points. And yes, we getting quite a lot of interest in the US ninety nine potholes than they would like to deliver payloads onto the Luda surface. Europe has been very active in their moon village China as landed in arrive Rome fossil. So there's there's a lot of intimacy interest in authentic. We have being too out there to be joining in on what time line is is they won. Or is that in terms of developing the technology, which obviously you got to be doing here on us is there at Tom line for that. Or is that too early in the process to to look at things, I think in terms of polio relation commercial operation between talking dick by the need putting in of proving the technologies to make that possible. I think missions can be put together now to start doing that part of what we're interested in stubby was really only examining technologies that apart of a close business. So if you say, this is entirely commercially useful, this technology, then we'll study that one example was we had a student who has growth Jet Propulsion Laboratory, we've had students have placements over the as part of this program. And it was listening at a MAs settlement. And one of these early findings was if. We used this particular technology, and they were forty people in settlement thirty six of them would have to be writing this. And so clearly that's feasible, and those are the sorts of things you wanna knock on the head before you start testing them on on the surface. If they never going to be useful. So a lot of work has to be done the head of time to make sure that what you're doing is going to be useful in the long run. That's professor Andrew Dempster from the university of New South
Derrick Henry's Fantasy Playoff Outlook After Monster 238-Yard, 4-TD Game
"Right now. His ass fan. Cheering because Derrick Henry is coming back in the game for third and goal. He could he could get his fifth rushing touchdown of the night. It's third and goal. The titans lead the Jaguars thirty nine Derrick. Henry right now. Sixteen carries to thirty nine four touchdowns the Jaguars stuff Dion Lewis on third down. And they were partying like a big stop in the Super Bowl. Right. The second down play Lewis get stuff. Jalen Ramsey starts flexing. Like, this is the greatest thing ever gets questioned via Tennessee Lyman walks over. And then he flopped he went and he did a full Rick flair. I'm flying to the ground referee, not buying it. Playing violins and the entire office is beautiful. Jalen Ramsey flexes. After a third down stop. Second down stop his team is losing by twenty one. And a guy could set the record for most yards rushing the game against your defense. But now, hey, good, man. We just made a big stop in a goal at the one. Just unbelievable. We're really one of the more ridiculous things. Yeah. That we've seen in some time from the Jacksonville D. But you know, that's about his chest is I guess they've been able to be this entire season just to absolutely absurd. The offensive line doing a great job for the titans throughout this game. Just owning the line of scrimmage. So they get a big stop there. I guess quote unquote, and for the moment slowed things down, but Henry comes back in. We'll see how they played third. Jason. I got to take something back that we said we actually thought CJ two case game was against the jets. Because obviously every good game anybody has against the jets. But what if I were to tell you tonight's game and Chris Johnson's game. We're both against the Jags were they really? Boxing.
Colts roll to their 4th straight victory, 38-10 over the Titans
"Is unbelievable to me because this team that was maligned and now the colts have gone five straight games. Yes, sir. Without allowing a sack, which is the longest sackless streak since Steve McNair when six straight games without a second two thousand six who would have thought this collection of Lyman this cults. Team would be the line that would go five straight games without surrendering sack. What is that line doing what does that offense doing? What is that team doing that? All of a sudden, Andrew luck cannot get touch during a game is unbelievable in Chris Ballard GM and Frank Reich. The head coach have done a phenomenal job at changing the culture in that locker room. And when I say that even in training camp, I went in and I watched them, and I talk to the offense of line Antarctica the team after practice, and I remember going in yesterday, and we walk in the locker room pre-game, and I told told Chris and Frank this feels like home this is the locker room that I'm used to when you walk in. There's an expectation. They're going to win games. There's an expectation that their offense and defensive lines are going to are going to run roughshod and give them a chance to win games. And I'm so proud of of the. Culture that has been created in such a short window. It's Ballard singing and Frank's first, but the culture that's being developed and the belief by these men that they're going to go somewhere. They may not be this year. You know, they may have some pieces they gotta fix, but I'm telling you there is a belief in this locker room amongst these guys did impact a football team not for just one season. But for a collection of seasons and not only did Andrew luck. Not get set. He didn't get touched yesterday against a line in a defense. Totally ret Tom Brady and the patriots the week before. I mean, they harass radio all over the field. They couldn't touch Andrew luck. And the throws it. He's making the timing that he's throwing on when his foot hits the ground. I could I could take cutouts of manning and that offense with Frank Reich years ago when we were playing and look yesterday when it's back foot is hitting the ground. He knows where the ball's going whether it's Hilton on a post whether it's a drag out whether it's a hitch on the silent what and the ball is. Coming out and the trust. He has between the receivers tied ends and backs of where they're supposed to be it looks like the offense that it should be and the timing, and the consistency that everybody's playing with it all starts with elephants of line. But everybody's bought into the philosophy of whoever's turn it is. They're going to get the play. And I'm telling you man, I told him yesterday. We've been texting this morning. I'm just so proud of the way that they're handling it and Q Nelson Quinton Nelson. They're they're pick their first round pick. He was six or eight. I can't remember whatever the number was this guy is ex. He is an animal. I mean, he is an absolute animal he lives like baby. Huey. And he's got this massive by little little biddy had beetle juice. You know, and he is a laying people out, but Smith from Auburn. Yeah. I think he was the second round pick in this kid is is playing ball, and they all are encouraging each other. You know, Ryan Kelly their center this is third year Li it's best football. He's playing and I was talking to him before the game. I'm healthy. I can binned can move. He got a little banged up yesterday. I'm good. Yeah. But but this kid is playing and everybody's game is being elevated because of q
How Likely Is Rob Gronkowski Vs. Jalen Ramsey Matchup In Patriots-Jaguars Read more at: https://nesn.com/2018/09/how-likely-is-rob-gronkowski-vs-jalen-ramsey-matchup-in-patriots-jaguars/
"A rematch of last year's AFC championship game between the patriots and the Jaguars. But this one with a hair more fireworks last year, Jacksonville, almost upset the pets before Tom Brady lit it up this here. Jalen Ramsey spent his off season criticizing players. He deemed overrated. He mentioned grunk. Interesting. Also, interesting. Jalen Ramsey seems confident heading into this week's matchup. Listen to this. Defensive coordinator. If someone says rob gronkowski is overrated, what would you say to that person? Said, he's crazy. Might be crazy. I don't care. Call him about staffer. You're, you're, you're, you're saying, you think good good now, get it supposed to eat good. But like you say, this to me is supposed to bring fear. I, I fear, no man period is good. His face all year. They got an incredible rush. Great, linebackers, great secondary. It's going to be very, very challenging, tough environment. We'll see what made up. He doesn't care any man, Chris, Kenny Noman even though it's quite a little bit of different tune than he was singing in the off season when he talked about gronk. All right, who's got the edge in this rematch the pats offense or this Jaguars defense? Can he says the pets offense just because we know what they are, the patriots gonna score points. That's just what it is. It's going to be somewhere between twenty one and twenty eight points. I think the average twenty eight point Sogame last year you saw what they did this year opening game against Texas, so we know what the patriots are. So I think this is going to be up to the Jaguars offense to be able to match points so defensively, I know that the Jaguars they're going to try to take away rob gronkowski. You saw at AFC title game. You only had one catch before you got knocked out with that concussion. But I mean they're going to have a plan to deal with rob gronkowski. It's about the other guys in Tom Brady always finds a way because that's just what he and Bill Bill to check do. But looking at the Jacksonville Jaguars, they're gonna have to find a way to be able to move the football. You saw it in that giant's game after mid. Ways that second quarter we're Linda four net got knocked out. They struggled to move the football. They had one scoring drive where they got the ball at midfield, but other than that, they weren't able to move the ball only four first downs after that drive. So I mean, that's a struggle for this Jaguars team offensively than four nets banged up. I think TJ Yeldan is a service of running back, but he's not the difference maker that four net is for that offense. So I'm going to say that the patriots have the advantage in this matchup because I don't know that the Jags offense is going to be able to match points with Tom Brady. Yeah, pats offense definitely do have the advantage, New England. They don't listen to any of the interviews that other teams do. But what I've seen through the years, especially from any defensive back that makes any type of comment about New England if they were cheating, anything that they say that might be shot at New England in the game plan. During the game. Bill Bill check will either run at that person with big Lyman are someone like gronk or they run the double move our account. Move a trick play look Bill to take advantage and make somebody look real real bad. So I expect them Jalen is going to guard gras. I expect in some of those situations. They're going to get gronk the football, but also I would spec them to run at grunk so could blonde Jalen and that's not something you don't have to be afraid, but that's something that Jalen does not want to see. He doesn't have the. I discipline was I disciplined how they see the ball, how they see elephants is in Jalen used to being outside, and he's not used to having the action in front of him, but linebacker. See, that's why when Bart Scott was here, he was talking about if you try to travel with grunk, Bella check will do some things that take advantage of thing that you're not used to seeing so huge advantage to pats offense going against a very good Jags d, Chris, to your point about if you chirp during the week, they might have a special play for you in the game plan famously I'll just go back a decade because happened to a buddy of mine. Anthony Smith.