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"Home? Well, maybe you shouldn't be too quick to turn that home office back into a spare bedroom. Many companies have been changing their minds about calling the workers back, says Kathryn Minshew, the CEO of the online career platform. The muse. She told Fox business For some companies, it's already happening. We already have a number of major corporations, Amazon apple Google uber who have set a date, and now we're pushing it back to January, 22 in light of the delta variant. But then there's this. A large majority of Americans admit in two recent surveys that while working from home, they spend a fair amount of time watching Netflix. Or shopping online? Well in just a few days, FEMA is set to implement the so called risk rating. Two point. Oh, that's the new method.
MLB ERA Leader Scherzer Dominates Again, Dodgers Beat Reds
"Max Scherzer tossed seven scoreless innings in the Dodgers won for the seventh time in eight games five to one over the Reds jurors are is seven oh in nine starts for the Dodgers after limiting Cincinnati to two hits while striking out seven I think for me today was a curve ball I was able enough for strikes I was able to throw blows only needs to as if I can get that page going then that you know then the Fasel plays up more the three time Cy Young Award winner leads the majors with a combined two point oh wait E. R. A. for both Los Angeles and Washington Kevin looks at a two run triple what the Dodgers took advantage of two errors to score three times in the fifth Sonny gray was saddled with the loss for the Reds who are trying to chase down the cardinals for the second NL wild card I'm Dave Ferrie
Heavy Police Presence as Protesters Trickle in for DC Rally
"A few hundred demonstrators turned up Saturday for a rally to support those charged in the January six Ryan at the capitol but they were vastly outnumbered by the media and a heavy police presence the rally took place in fields far from the capitol building it was ringed by heavy dump trucks there were a few counter protesters and a few scuffles police say one person was arrested for carrying a knife but no major incidents were reported early on organizer Matt Brainerd a former trump campaign staffer told the crowd respect law enforcement this is about the many people who were there that day who have not been charged with violence not been accused of assaulting a police after destroying property and disparate treatment they receive according to an Associated Press review roughly sixty three people are being held awaiting trial or sentencing in connection with the January sixth more than six hundred people were arrested I'm Julie Walker
How Does Al Qaeda Compare to Other Terrorist Organizations?
"Don't have time to share the knowledge. You've accumulated in over a decade tracking this stuff. But i i want to be a value to those that. Have an interest especially given the decision in In kabul with regards to surrendering afghanistan. Talk to us. Give it a little bit of clarity on the biggest moving parts of the threat environment. Explain to us the difference. The relationship and the competing interests of al-qaeda. So where's al qaeda to day. And how it compares with isis and this isis k. And then where does the taliban fit in. Well it will leave. The shia will leave new shrine and iran for a second told us about the three big pieces of of of suny terrorism today. Yeah absolutely. I'm gonna just take a real quick second to take a broad look at this. When president biden said the threat has basically metastasized and spread to other areas. He's absolutely greg. This is the failure of our efforts. Post nine eleven. Because pre-nine eleven the taliban the taliban hosted al qaeda and that was the main base for al-qaeda that's where they operated openly and ran training camps and whatnot and the operated cellular level. Now it's spread out. And there's these insurgencies are the lifeblood of the jihad. They use this the safe haven that exist pre-nine eleven in afghanistan afghanistan today to take the fight to to they want to establish their local emirates. Build a caliph it and then take the fight to watch. That's all part of their strategy today. Today that's threat has metastasized across the globe. But that is the reason to surrender afghanistan and in afghanistan today now the taliban greens the country l. Qaeda is it's primarily al-qaeda played a major role in the taliban offensive. It's not advertised. But i i have to go into detail and spend do conversation on how al qaeda played a major role in this offensive behind the scenes. You'll just have to take my so so so. This is very important that al qaeda was was an important part of the taliban recapturing afghanistan. That's what you're saying. Well yeah absolutely. The misconception about al qaeda and even the islamic state is that there are solely focused on conducting attacks here in the united states. That's a tactic. that's something they hope to do. Something they wanna do to to break our will punish us. But how did they achieve that. At that by gathering recruits training because remember the real goes established global galvin. That's what they want.
No Injuries as 4.3-Magnitude Earthquake Rattles Los Angeles
"Mild earthquake shook los angeles friday night the us geological survey put its magnitude four point three and said it was centered about twenty miles southeast of downtown los angeles there no reports of major damage or injuries. This is npr
Guerrero Hits 46th HR, but Twins Hit 3 in Row, Top Blue Jays
"Michael Pineda three relievers held the jays to just five hits well Minnesota hit four home runs you know seven three victory at Rogers centre or gave to local next to Josh Donaldson went deep against Toronto starter hundred were you who lasted just two plus innings blue jays manager Charlie one toils as real needs to make some tweaks to his delivery he's fine he's LTSE complaint so it's it's always command if you get set you'll be fine like he's always asking that is always done in the past I also don't want Brent Rooker also homered in the wind Vladimir Guerrero junior his forty six Holbrook this season in a losing cause regaining the major league lead the J. is dropped a half game back of the Yankees for the second American League wild card spot join the debate Toronto
Dallas Mavericks Sign Free Agent Frank Ntilikina
"The mass have a whole new front office in a whole new coaching staff. With jason kidd coming in. So i think there will be at least some sort of honeymoon. I don't know exactly. How long is all these new key. Figures get used to each other. But you're you're absolutely right. I mean dallas had big ambitions in free agency. They wanted to get kyle lowry. They thought lowry would be an ideal fit next deluca given his defense leadership being an old head the way and still shoot it lowry. They thought was ideal. Lowery went to miami forced his way there in a sign and trade and dallas's moves have also been just of the around the edges variety bringing in reggie bullock. I reported this week that they're close to signing frank ntilikina. That should happen but the mavs have not been able to make the splashy move and really. They're splashing move is going to have to be. Can they get kristaps porzingis. Back to the level he was playing at in the walt disneyworld bubble before he he sustained the second major knee injury of his
The Life of Patsy Matsu Mink
"Hat matsu. Takemoto was born in pya. Maui hawaii territory. On december sixth nineteen twenty-seven patsies grandparents emigrated from japan to work in hawaii. Sugar plantations growing up as a third generation. Japanese american patsy witnessed heavy discrimination towards japanese americans and indigenous hawaiians when patsy was fourteen years old fighter jets bombed pearl harbor. Patsies father was subsequently taken by authorities one night and heavily questioned. Though her dad returned safely. The next day patsies family lived in fear from that point on patsy later said that that moment made her realize that one couldn't take citizenship and the promise of the. Us constitution for granted hats. He graduated for maui high school as both class president and valedictorian. She went on to study to different colleges in the mainland. Us before moving back to hawaii in nineteen forty eight. Patty graduated from the university of hawaii. With a bachelor's in chemistry and zoology patsies original career goal was to become a physician but no medical school would accept her so she decided to change career paths and instead pursued law she applied to university of chicago's law school and accidentally got accepted as a foreign student at the time. Patsy was one of only two women in her class in nineteen fifty one. Patsy earned her. Jd and married graduate student. John francis mink a year later. The couple had their only child. Patsy faced a lot of discrimination for being a working mother and having an interracial marriage many major chicago law firms rejected her application so her family relocated to honolulu in nineteen fifty-three patsy. He became the first japanese american and woman to pass the bar and practiced law in hawaii but many law firms in hawaii still turned her away instead. Patsy went into private practice and taught business law at the university of hawaii.
Who Was Warlord Vortigern?
"Island of great britain was originally an island that was inhabited by celtic peoples. It was later occupied by roman became a roman province yet. The people who live on the island didn't end up speaking a celtic or romance language. They ended up speaking a language that belong to the germanic family of languages. The following story. A might have had something to do with how that happened. More on that in a bit the events in question date back to the late fifth century. This is a period of british history. That has some major holes. The roman empire had collapsed and nothing had really risen to take its place. There are many warlords and kings who vied for power. This was the period of time. When according to legend king arthur would have ruled so pretty much everything from this period is kind of questionable one of the rulers at that time was a warlord named voter turn. He was the leader of the britons in the wake of the roman collapse from what accounts we are told. He got to his position via a lot of duplicity and skulduggery supposedly. He had worked his way into a position of influence with the romans took advantage of that to usurp the throne the to rightful heirs. Were a pair of young brothers named or really ascend brosius and author and they were sent overseas for their education ford gern. Having assumed the throne had a hard time holding onto power he was constantly dealing with incursions from the picks and the scots and the north he was also dealing with the potential of an armada joining the two brothers to take back the throne. his solution to deal with. These problems was to hire mercenaries. Hiring mercenaries wasn't necessarily a bad idea it had been done throughout history with various levels of success. Forty gern contract out the work to to saxon brothers by the name of hen. Gist and horsa. They would bring in dramatic mercenaries to fight off the picks and the scots on behalf of the britain king in exchange for their services voltigeur offered this accents. The isle of janet to settle on today the island is actually a peninsula in the county of kent. Fifteen hundred years ago it was an island separated by six hundred meter channel. The saxon brought over at least eighteen warships full of warriors and probably many many more over time and there was something else that hingis brought over with him. His daughter rowena ruina was by all accounts very beautiful and iger in was spin with her
Boycott the Upcoming Bob Woodward and Robert Costa Book
"The Washington Post reported Tuesday. Based on revelations in the forthcoming book from Woodward and And cost. You should boycott this book. Because these two clowns, reporters Even if we assume the information is accurate. Sat on newsworthy information. This is what I've been saying for the last 72 hours. It's now being regurgitated by the geniuses are K V and radio. For months and months and months, which could have affected the outcome of Afghanistan. You have the chairman of the Joint Chiefs. Who is rogue. According to their own writing. He's rogue. Now I'm going to predict that Woodward and or cost a will be on all the major Sunday shows, maybe 60 minutes. The Sunday morning shows hawking their book. This is what Woodward does he drop stuff the week before his books come out. He stirs the pot. Then they're pushed like hell by the news media. He has a lot of friends in the news, and then they pushed like hell on all the Sunday shows. I'm telling you the boycott it
Vox Contradicts Their Own Arguments When Roasting Nicki Minaj Over Vaccine
"Vox dot com. Vox yet. Vox dot com. Writes this article going after nikki. Manashe the title is nicki. Minaj is an anti vacs. Exactly that's why her vaccine resistance is so concerned and i just this might be a typo might be a typo but in this article they show how silly their arguments so i'm going to read this paragraph just to spell it out known side effects talking about nikki manashian cousins friend who got issues impotency issues. Just the spell it out known. Side effects of the cova nineteen vaccine. Do not include testicle swelling. Although unfounded concerns about the vaccine and female fertility have circulated. Now just want to say we receive thousands and thousands of messages of young ladies. That are having major issues after getting the vaccine. That's all. I have to say without more context about montages cousins friend illness. It's impossible to know more but it's highly unlikely his situations anything to do with cove in nineteen who said anything cove in nineteen. Do see how they do that. They're in the article. No we're talking with the vaccine cove. Nineteen so the article says well it's not at its side effect of covert not saying that we're saying. Is it a side effect of this vaccine and by the way. If they're in trinidad. What vaccine did they take. That's the other question
France Says Head of Islamic State in Sahara Has Been Killed
"Forces have killed the top islamic state leader in the suhel region of northern africa. Npr's ada peralta reports. The us had put a five million dollar bounty on his head. French president d'amato macron did not say how when or where none abu walid rally was killed but he called it a quote major success. In france's war on terror said we was once a separatist leader in the western sahara but he moved south to in asia where where he became aligned with al qaeda in two thousand fifteen said i. We pledge allegiance to the islamic state in iraq and syria and in two thousand seventeen. He claimed responsibility for an ambush in asia. That left four american soldiers dead the us designated him a global terrorist and offered a five million dollar reward for his capture. It brought up
Pittsburgh Wants You to See Constellations
"When astronomer diane turn shack move to pittsburgh in nineteen eighty-one she noticed. Something big was missing from the night sky. When i grew up in new england you could just walk outside and look up and see the milky way. But when i arrived in pittsburgh the sky had started to decline in quality. Still she says at the time her students at carnegie mellon university were very familiar with the milky way they knew about stars and constellations. That is not the case anymore forty years later. I have to explain what the milky way is and describe what it looks like in a show pictures and they think those pictures are fake. Because of light pollution major constellations can be totally invisible in cities. The pittsburgh city council is now trying to do something about it with the help of scientists like turn check. It passed a dark sky. Ordinance last week to reduce light pollution. This city is going to replace streetlights with warm tone. Led lights and they're also going to install shields so that late doesn't travel up what we're trying to do is cut out the light at the blue end of the spectrum because blue light scatters more easily than red light in the atmosphere rate. That's why the sky is blue. So blue light scatters everywhere. It doesn't stay where your lighting and to measure progress. She has some help in the higher ups in august. The astronauts on the international space station took some pictures of pittsburgh for on a clear night. And that's the before shot. The astronauts are gonna continue to take pictures of pittsburgh so we will have during pictures and after pictures. Terzic believes that as the sky's get darker more people will look up. In wonder that means more people more children will be able to see it and the benefits of being connected to half of our universe. I can't overstate that. It's a spiritual thing to feeling of connection with the universe she's hopeful it will peak young people's interest in the stars above and encourage them to pursue subjects such as
Milwaukee Bucks Make Historic Hire of Lisa Byington as TV Play-by-Play Announcer
"And the milwaukee bucks have hired the first full time female play by play announcer for a major men's professional sports team lisa buying tin previously made history as the first woman for cbs and turner sports to do play by play for the men's college basketball
Urías Wins MLB-Leading 18th, Dodgers Beat D-Backs 5-3
"The Dodgers beat the Diamondbacks five to three to make it six straight wins Julio yes one five innings and gave up two runs he picks up win number eighteen that's the most in the major leagues Max Muncy hitters thirty fourth home run and Gavin looks at a pair of RBI singles Arizona's Christian Walker hit a solo Homer Meryl Kelly took the loss he dropped to a record of seven and ten Kenley Jansen got the save his thirty third mark Myers Los Angeles
What is Joint Inflammation?
"Age we really don't die from infections. That's very rare in in a first world country but the body is hardwired itself to protect itself against some sort of infectious bacteria from damaging major regions of the body. And so the way that it's it's hardwired. This adaptation is through inflammation inflammation is an immune response where the body starts up regulating all these different immune cells that damage things and they take they certainly will target damage bacteria and protect us from dying from the infection. The unfortunate thing is when they're up when when we have inflammation up for a period of time. It damages are vital organs as well. You know we've all experienced like a sprained ankle and we've had swelling and pain in that area that's part of the inflammation processes damaging tissue. It's actually breaking down tissue so that the to the tissue can be rebuilt. it's also protecting against the infection. The problem is when that inflammation never stops and when it's a low grade Kind of smoldering level of inflammation over time that damages different regions right in affects every system of the body. And of course today we're talking about joints and the main things that will experience when we have chronic joint inflammation is joint degeneration osteoarthritis. And of course we will have pain rights. We'll have pain in the joint. While limited range of motion and mobility in the joint and we will obviously experience painted discomfort and a loss of interest star ranger motion and our ability to really live the way that we wanna live. So here's an example of a normal joint here's an example of osteoarthritic joint right a inflamed damaged joint now typically takes a minimum of twenty to thirty years of chronic joint inflammation. It's not like this happens overnight. Usually a long process. Twenty thirty years of chronic inflammation in the joint to get to do to degenerate. Like this case. So it's not even like a year or two. Although you know in certain cases you can have like a car accident whiplash or you know major trauma possibly to your knee. This is a knee joint for example. That accelerates the inflammation of time however usually these are processes that take quite quite a few years decades to
Canadian Pacific Reaches $27 Billion Deal to Buy Kansas City Southern
"Major railway companies are coming together in a historic new deal canadian pacific railway but kansas city southern for more than twenty seven billion dollars. If the deal is approved it will be the first major merger in the industry in about two decades. It will create the first freight railroad that links canada. The us and mexico. Canadian pacific already plays a key role in north american trade beginning. Kansas city southern was big because it plays a big part in trade with mexico. The trains bring auto and other industrial products from mexico into the us and they bring american farm goods back to mexico. Once the railways are merged. The new company will be named canadian pacific kansas city and it plans to bring on another twenty thousand employees but regulators still have to give the okay and those reviews could last until the end of next
France Says Head of Islamic State in Sahara Has Been Killed
"Hi Mike Rossi of reporting Francis says the head of Islamic state and so Hera has been killed French president Emmanuel Muckross death of Islamic state in the greater say Herras leader late Wednesday in a tweet a drone called at non due out while the the al saris killing a major success for the French military French forces have been fighting extremists in the Sahel for more than eight years France was once the colonial power in the region rumors of ulcer always death had circulated for weeks without confirmation also while we claimed responsibility for a twenty seventeen attack in NY share and which for U. S. military personnel and for people with these errors military were killed hi Mike Rossio
Influential Educators: Nursery School Pioneer Margaret McMillan
"Margaret and rachel contributed to the christian socialist magazine and margaret began giving free lessons to working class girls in london. These the beginning years of their lives in service. At the poor and disenfranchised for the next few years the sisters helped workers and strikes and traveled to different industrial regions of england giving talks and visiting the poor to better understand the needs of communities their engagement also led to involvement in several socialist societies and groups in nineteen. Oh two when margaret was forty two years old. The sisters joined the recently formed labor party. The labor party remains the major political parties in england to this day at that time working class children were expected to work long hours in terrible conditions as their parents did. Factory owners cared more about profit than safety and children often got injured. And we're not paid well. This exploitation deeply concerned the sisters and they became champions for the wellbeing of all children. They canvassed for a bill that established a nurse all primary schools. They established community health and dental clinics in a needy area of london. They used their connections to establish night clinics in deptford where children could get a nutritious hot meal a bath and clean clothes and bedding and they became involved in a campaign to provide meals in schools. Arguing that hungry children could not learn and contributing to legislation. That made it law in. Nineteen eleven margaret wrote the child and the state in it. She criticized the tendency of some schools to focus solely on preparing children for unskilled on monotonous labor. She believed schools should offer a humane and interesting education that spurred the growth of the next
"major" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
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"major" Discussed on Bullseye with Jesse Thorn
"I'm peter segal host of npr's wait. Don't tell me that strange sound you heard on our last show was live people laughing n- applauding be a part of our next show with the alive people on august. Twenty six at tanglewood join us live and you too can finally see what are real live. Legs look like legs remember those. Welcome back to bullseye. I'm jesse thorn. My guest is jonathan majors. He's an actor. You might have seen him into five bloods or on the marvel. Tv show loki. He's nominated for an emmy for his role in the. Hbo horror drama lovecraft country where he played advocates. You can stream that show in its entirety on hbo. Max let's get back into our conversation. It must have been pretty intense to work into five bloods which is a movie about a a group of african american vietnam vets who go back to vietnam and you play delroy lindos characters son. Who goes back with them. It must have been intense to be on this like literal physical journey right. You're going to a foreign country and you have this guy. Who is your onscreen and metaphorical dad until roy lindo. Yeah who who is portraying a soldier. Evatt it while you are. Also you know. You're a few years in to try to reestablish what your relationship with your biological dad is that must've been a pretty intense experience to have those two things going on at the same time man it you know i say this all the time i think i would just start every interview with growth as an artist and growth as a human being are simultaneous. That's just that's just. I mean that's an average that was given to me in school and i've i've really held onto it and roll like david picks you know in the situation. You're and either. We're protected in a way because in a away were protected under the guidance in the autour ship of spiky. Is this whole cast together. There's no other way to go into it. You know we're going into war. Shooting film is very much like going into war. You know Sometimes you you feel like you have the high ground and sometimes you feel like you don't You know in his your crew. It's the it's the film against the elements as always a factor. You know making Making a movie as a miracle but the five bloods and working with the giant delroy. It was a personal experience. Insofar that would. David was going after something that i understood for myself to be something that i i knew i needed and in need for myself just the relationship between father and son and and what does that look like. Now look we've got into look. We were maybe twenty minutes fifteen minutes into this thing. I say a great great great great great great great Father figures in my life. You know nothing. Nothing can and does replace dad. You i mean airmont situation for any guidance in any way talk that fought against it but at a great uncle. My great grandfather awesome Now hill of mom alley bring up those familial Icons because stepping into the five. Bloods you know it was like we. It was like stepping into another family in a way and spike. Still to this day is is a guiding light you know coach and a mentor for me and delroy. I mean we really. We really really went after you know. 'cause he too has a son you know and we're really just in there. After david dave was really just in there trying to work out you know and the beauty about good art and even good art art in general is at the artists is always trying to work out the you know and here i was in a position where i look across from me and i see this is black man. You know who. Who's calling me son and all david wants in that film you know. It's never about the goal for david in any says you know i said to david we said to os say feels like it's my last time with him. You know so. The stakes are high to get to know the fall to get to know one of your origins. I think that's a very human thing to want into need. And i know this for me To this day To really get to know where you come from and from whom you come from and so david really got the work that out now entire mission to see and feel and understand understand his father's love that's deep thing and that's what the script offered me and that's really would spike was gifting me and deal with a great scene partner. Insofar that is not all yes sir no sir. When the heat gets hot you know especially when the sun has been in the world a bit in trying to find his own footing trying to find his own place. You've you push it a little bit. David does push a little bit busy pushing pool of that him trying to be his own man but also trying to find who he is through his father. He has wonderful experience. And there's a healing in that very much like Montrose analogous you know. The work has been very Rewarding and healing. Was there anything that you wanted to ask your dad when you reconnected with him. Yeah you try it you try it man. You know. I'm not. I'm not there either. I don't know how to you know. And i'm i'm very sensitive crybaby. You know all those things but you know it's a. It's a journey is a journey to to do that. I've tried to Try to announce boy and then you're at thirty two years of living. Maybe this conversation. You know because we've dug it up. May holly back adam and to say hey man what's up some of it and and here's the we report man. Some of it's understood. Some of it is understood not necessarily absolved but understood in new. Now stand apart from not individual you know share last name share blood and you are part of a attain a part of a lineage. And just because one is one way doesn't mean you have to be that way and is actually you being a different way. In being more individual is what bullies the entire legacy. I respect advocates. The legacy of freeman family. You'll know what's going on with the montross inadequate situation. You know there's a lot of A great deal of pain in that is not succumb. To actually goes and goes ego he goes to the pain he goes and gets them because ultimately is about loving and and a job. Mira song egos as you love who you love it is actually about an amorous companion you know but you love you love man and i mean those guys love their dads you know added loves his dad i would. I would say that. That's a.
"major" Discussed on Tales
"That was what she had always wanted. All she wanted. She would go anywhere to get it. But arcus shifted his feet. He was a bit less sure of all this. Where do you wanna send us father. Jupiter coughed a bit nervously. The light around him faded momentarily. It's not perfect. Not for a young man like you who hasn't lived much life but well otherwise juno will never leave you in peace. And i'm afraid that's your cross to bear as humans. You can fight it. But really your at our mercy. Anyway you'll be beautiful up. There admired forever as stars. There was no more time to argue after that. Jupiter wasn't one for extended negotiations. He was impatient reckless sure of himself. The air filled with an extraordinary light. The wind began to swirl. Lightning snapped in little electric explosions and then callisto and arcus disappeared from the grove and appeared in the sky as constellations. Jupiter waved up at them pleased with himself ursa major. He pronounced smiling testing out the name and ursa minor then. He laughed and disappeared returning to mount olympus and his wife.
"major" Discussed on The Dental Marketer
"Means you're really good at managing distractions on one thing that is a great way to put it s perfect. Yes because that's exactly how was especially down at two hundred fifteen home you gotta do feel like Also how has it affected like your personal life in the sense of like. Do you feel like you know you're doing a startup. actually you said it you're doing a startup for for more freedom right like you. That's why the main reason you became a dentist to nobody ever says. I want to work fourteen hours every single day for the rest of my life. So do you feel like right now. You're kind of has there been a moment where you're like. Why am i doing this too much. I think about that every single day. There's no doubt about that. But obviously i do know why am doing. I do know that there's angle at all of this But obviously right now it is tough because in the in the nitty gritty of everything. That's going on But also from a like ask him about personal life from a family standpoint. obviously we have four kids When i married my wife she had two already in the. We've had to send one of which is eleven weeks old but we have another week old. We have a two year olds and then we have A ten year old and a thirteen year old so the obviously the littles need a little bit more attention a little bit more time When it comes to things especially with kovin and things like that we can't really go out as much so that's been a blessing within itself. You can spend more time at home with family but since. I'm out trying to handle all this stuff i do. Don't get to spend as much time with the kids as i really would like. But it's i always keep looking at the silver lining all. This is so. I can eventually spend more time with them. Yeah do you ever get link. let me ask you. Do you ever get this feeling where you are spending time with your kids. It could just like sitting down watching cartoons or tv or something like that. But you're like in thinking like. I should be doing this instead like right now. I just find more minutes of this. And i got to be doing this. Oh yeah yeah. It happens all the time. It's funny you ask that because recently one thing that i've been doing is trying to turn my brain turning my brain off of everything that's going on. Outside of focusing on them posing my attention giving them time So i can be in undivided sanction. Debt but that is one of the things i it's it's hard. It's hard to turn your brain off because you know you got all these things going on. You got deadlines to me. You have bills to pay a got budgets to me all kinds of things that they're trying to get loan disbursements paid out to the proper people. There's a lot going on And obviously things get missed things. Good Somethings get put on the backburner but obviously your family is going to be there for you at the end of the day and i just i always want to make sure that i'm known as that dad. That's present. I don't wanna be a a a president not prison father essentially. Yeah i get you like like he's there but he's not really there like he'll say he'll say no who cares. He doesn't doesn't matter his opinion but he's they're like the guy who eats with us ragged humanitarian awesome man. Appreciate it charles. Thank you so much for being on the show as a pleasure but before we say goodbye. Can you tell our listeners where they can find. You can find anywhere they can. They can contact me through email. My email is d. R. major dhaka major at dhaka major smiles dot com My website is dr major smiles dot com By facebook and instagram by facebook is major smiles. And they're my instagram is. Dr major smiles Don't confuse me. There is a major smiles in texas. And i know. Ashley had some issues when it came to copywriting and things like that. It's on my fingers. Crossed look through other channels to make sure that there's no copyright infringement or anything like that but don't confuse me with. Dr chuck is funny because his name is actually chuck majors. Yes crazy so yes so that blows. My mind is well to but his last name is poor. So it's made jurors minus singular major. You really do on that. Yes i did i did at. It's been Publicized my name. It's been about would by eight months now. I haven't heard anything so fingers crossed just opened. Nobody jumps on it but his it. I don't know personally. But just looking at his website and everything. He looks older Son hoping that he's on his way out and he'll just be at no worry about him so don't worry about it. Yeah i know if you start becoming like let's just say we did a series and know we started doing this lot more more is be on you and be like who's this major smiles. You know what i mean and then so. I don't know that as long as you did. you do diligence. it'd be especially listening to ashley. I said yeah. I wanna make sure that i don't run into a situation because major smells cool name anyways tooling. I'm gonna. I don't want i do not want to change my name at all. I've thought about it for a while. lend it was. it has a nice ring to it. I like it like it. A lot and the logos in everything that we've done with it. I'm very happy. So if i do have to change my name would be awful already. Met will sounds good. So i appreciate it charles. Thank you so much for coming on. And we'll talk to our. Thanks so much you take you guys. Thank you so much for tuning in that episode and charles. Thank you so much man for being on the show we truly appreciate it And guys if you want on the show notes below. Reach out to charles if you have any questions or concerns. He's more than welcome to answer them for you. If you have any questions or concerns for me you can definitely go on the show below and reach out to me as well always remember. I want to hear from you guys. So you can go onto the dental marketer dot org and click on connect and then just send me your feedback any requests any questions or concerns that you want answered on the episodes or the podcast. We can deliver that to you guys and if you want to have the conversation going all the time like i said you can join our facebook group. That's the dental market or society. And i'm gonna put a link in the shots below for that. It's a free facebook group. We talk about everything on the episode in much more depth And we talk about more things right. We have some consultants and coaches some practice owners. Who are in there just dropping knowledge and helping a lot of you guys out so and we also have a directory for other episodes. So if you're like what happened with that. Practice transition episode. I always wanted to know. Or i want to know more about startups i want to know more about partnerships you know. We have a plethora of knowledge in this podcast. so there's directory almost like a table of contents and The dental market society facebook groups. You can definitely check it out and be more organized than what you listen to as. Well so yeah. Thank you guys so much for tuning in a truly truly appreciate it guys out. Talk to you in the next episode..
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"We have. Instead of pandemics of the past. Where we took sensible precautions went about our lives. A tragic number of people died a lot of people got sick. But we soldiered on in in the country kept growing and people were more or less. Okay. Instead of that, we have sought UNIM- possible escape from this disease and in doing. So have ruined the economy perhaps for generations I don't know nobody knows how long it's GonNa, take to recover if we ever well I mean hundreds of thousands of businesses closed forever, millions of jobs gone for a while we'll have to see like saying they think at the end of the day, it'll be somewhere around eight, nine, trillion dollars worth of cost. That's a lot right and I was just reading a wink I two. It'll take a hundred years to pay off those trillions of dollars that we have more that we went into debt. Yeah I. My Gosh, I I miss data, where is that? Oh? There was a northern California Dr. we got a fair amount of attention yesterday I his name here somewhere, but I can't find it. WHO said I am seeing far more suicides than deaths from covid nineteen. When an interest I am seeing an explosion in depths of despair exceeding that of the covert. Now. I'm not a denier neither Jack. We understand it's terrible diseases certain. A lot of people skill. A lot of people We're not deniers. We think Yada wear a mask and take sensible precautions Especially, if you're in a high risk group, we also believe we need to open the schools. Man We got a scathing couple of emails from good folks in a couple of articles pointing out that like the Pasadena School district. No school. But. We argue open the schools is eight hour daycare centers whole. Really. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. So you can pull that off. Right? You can have the kids in the building, you can't teach them. According to the teachers, union is just astonishing. I. Think we are instead of in in a more old timey. RESIGNED TO REALITY WAY. Dealing with this, the best we can I. Think we are running and hiding. And what you know to quote, you know oddly enough a song by Counting Crows what we fear in the night and the day comes to call anyway. And we are hiding from this thing and ruining the economy and it will come to call anyway. I just and I think it's partly because of the media. Intentionally. Terrifying people to get clicks. It's politicians. It was a we've said before believe they will be a their performance will be weighed only in terms of Cova deaths. and. That they will be able to claim. Yes, the economy's ruined. We're now in crippling debt, you have no job. Your kids are depressed, your brother committed suicide, the rest of it. But thank God, we minimize the Cova deaths and they will get reelected. That is the bully to a certain extent. Minimize the Cova cases even though the vast majority of people suffer. No problems from it. Right. It still weird that it's considered such a twenty more people got covid and they'll be fine. Right? Nineteen of them will be fine. One of them might get sick Ryan generally statistically speaking. Yeah, and as always always folks who passed from this evil. Fires Yeah some people get horb horribly in. It's. It's really really awful, right? It is indeed but. I don't believe there's any avoiding it. Again minimize it until we can get better treatments and vaccines. But this whole I've heard various governors, governor, Cellini of of California, Ole Cuomo in New York, talking about shutting it all the way down again. And I think that's a miserable miserable mistake. You know here's. Whereas that, there's another great email from a a Utah and the news is full of crap. Right Sarah was looking at the recent. UTAH. Cove. Numbers yesterday was happy to see them going down and saw the first bit of optimism and ten weeks from Utah Leaders Epidemiologists. Then the news headline, the next morning was covert hospitalizations on the rise. So she looked into it. There are two hundred eleven, current hospitalizations in the whole state yesterday, there were two, hundred, seven, I guess four more hospitalizations means on the rise, but come on. That's the big story in the news media. And how many is they didn't call it a spike and how many would you need to have an an entire state before it's something to worry about? Anyway, right? In the entire state so Flattening the curve, so hospitals don't get overwhelmed fine. I think we all agree that it's probably a pretty good idea, but. Again. This needs to be said I guess more the strategy has morphed to. The number of cases period. No matter. The cost and that is insane. Well, were there. Were there insane it the goalposts moved. Without US really catching on there is no vote. There is no sober discussion. It just move I, think. I don't for some people I. Think it was it was fairly malicious, but I think for most people's not. It's just we've got this weird thing as we were talking about yesterday in. We've talked about a lot over the years. We've got this weird. We should all be immortal thing we. Should be safe all the time, and so we just kind of naturally went the direction of making sure nobody ever gets it. Yes. Safety is become a weird sort of religion I think in the US in the modern us. The very expression safety. I, Bowl crap safety, maybe second or third I mean if you're talking about driving with an infant. Okay. Safety First. But if you're talking about an economy or starting a new business or living your life I pity the person who lives their life on safety I I, mean, if that makes you happy. Go ahead. Who Am I to judge I guess but my God get a little reckless take chances risk brings roared safety. I, please stop it. So we got this text. I'm a I work as a child. Child therapist and my clients want to go back to school in all caps. It's nearly unanimous. They missed their friends, they miss getting out of the House every day even say the missed the bullies and jerks. I know my oldest son is a social guy is just down and early on in this thing Hannah's friends would face time and stuff and they just don't anymore nobody's asking the interest. Then interest in talking to the guy's got nothing to say they're all depressed. We got, we got a country full of depressed children. How are we at is is too much. I think we've definitely crossed the line into months I would agree and listen someday, maybe I get division, maybe I Croak of it. And if you're GONNA play this segment, play the whole segment, I understand that is a risk. Something's going to get me some day. Maybe it's this. We cannot crush our children's freedom for our own fixation on safety. Text, line four, one, five, two, nine, five, TC will check on some more people on how they're doing. 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"Keep forgetting, take my mask off when I'm in places where I needed yesterday, I forgot to take it off. I got in the car and I'm driving for a while. My son said. So now you're drive in the car with math guy. We'll play. Why from studio sees as an overall, what it is dimly lit room deep within the bowels of the Armstrong and Getty Communications compound. Hey, everybody today. Day middle of the week or under the tutelage of our general manager grandstanding Congress jackasses. Grandstanding yesterday with Bill. Bar on the stand. They got the tech giant's on the docket today. There'll be some unbelievable grandstanding well from who about what? So it's the first time that the head of Apple facebook. Google? And there's one other are all together in the same as Amazon yeah, right. Richest guy in the world It's the first time they've all been together for one of these things. The Beatles of. Who's WHO's sorry what? The Beatles of Tech. But had that article you gave me yesterday with their with a total value, four point, eight, five, trillion dollars, worth of value with those companies there this. It's a big big quartet right there. There has never been I, mean, there have been hearings before back in the day when you get the railroad barons together whatever. But there's never been anybody that had this kind of money even adjusted for inflation, right? Like this sort of value. Right? I'm picturing more Monaco and top hats during the railroad Barron era. Yeah, infinitely more. Was I gonNa say, Oh, but what are the issues at hand and and what are their clear political divides? It doesn't seem to me that there are the clear political divides the existence. So many of these other issues hearings, that sort of thing that the situation is that there are a number of legitimate issues that Congress has oversight over, you know monopoly powers cautioned competition. Privacy. Data theft, whatever they're all sorts of legitimate. Issues. But the problem is you know I'm not here to make y'all more cynical, but I probably will every time. These tech giants are dragged in front of the committee. There's grandstanding yelling and then they vowed a pass legislation never do. So. Interesting on some level, you'll also see egregious grandstanding for the folks back home. You know we're nearing an election and I I mean, if you're yelling at one of the most powerful people in the world, you look like a hard, ass, burn my you know Frank Language folks. Yeah I'm going to interested in this one. I don't I. Don't know I. Don't know how it's GonNa play out. You haven't. You've been telling us for quite some time that Google is one of the biggest lobbyists they spent spread more money. Practically. Any other I'm enormous lobbyists to everybody yeah yeah. I'm sure right now. the heavyweights of or on the phone with congressman saying, I understand you're GONNA be yelling at me today. Don't worry about it. You'll I'll say I think that's line Canada's men then I'll I'll see in the cloakroom after and I'll hand over the cash Completely. Useless. There are some legit issues. you know the Europeans for instance, take a different route on data ownership and privacy than than the US as and it's legit, but it'll there'll be a lot of silliness well. I don't know how much that will come up today that that would definitely get my attention on whether or not. They decision could be reached that all that data belongs to. US, individually, my information is mine not Google's because I'm on their platform. all. It was like although if you watch any of the Bill Barr yesterday from the House, Judiciary Committee, there were some. Very interesting. And critically important issues raised and then ignored. Ogden. Just yelled at each other or wouldn't even let Bill Barham answer. There's no meaningful debate or trying to arrive at solutions. It was just it was a PR thing. These things are ninety, five percent useless right and always have been and they're worse now the lawmakers have collected hundreds of hours of interviews and obtained war more than one point, three, million documents. About Amazon Apple facebook and Google before the testimony today who's going through those one point, three, million documents. I. Don't know you divide them around. Have each year interns, go through one, hundred and fifty thousand. It's quick. Many hands make light work. I'll bet the lack of knowledge about the the the the individual companies involved by some of the congressman would shock. You wouldn't you guess, oh. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. They'd have a shot. You'd you'd be. You'd be amazed at how little they know about how Google works. That they do your thirty seven term congressman from Dayton I mean sort of. Young? Exactly. Let's introduce squad to kick off the show. There's our board operator, Michelangelo Person Buttons, Flynn Togo's pulling levers hard this morning Michael I'm good I'm hoping that today the heads of Apple Google Amazon, eat lunch together. Then Mark Zuckerberg will be stuck at a kitty table. Just a joke. They'll give them a child's menu and Right Hill overhear their conversation That was a good one to stay over near table there. Javert? I. Wonder How often they've opened together about not very often maybe never where they've all been together. I mean other than their secret cabal meetings where they touch skull rings and I get their hands on glowing orbs, right. Drink the blood divergence or something exactly. In their underground compound. I'd forgotten about that There is positive sean, who smile lights up the room you show doing very well caught a little bit of the Major League Baseball yesterday as the Astros, the cheating Astros Fan. Okay. Never forget took on the dodgers who they cheated and stole almost stole a world series from and back before all the stuff, I, had made the prediction that the Houston Astros would set records for a number of being hit by pitches this year. And there was a picture yesterday who took it upon himself to really get that number off to a good start He threw at a couple of different guys. It was late in the game. And then he did something that I didn't even really realize until I saw someone else break it down after he threw behind the guy's head and he went the first base because it was the fourth ball. So you he was on base on his pickoff moves trying to get the guy. was zooming at low. So if the if the first baseman missed it, it would dr them right in the ribs. Sliding to get back to the bag. So, that was one of the two guys that he threw ad. There was kind of a faux brawl where the throwing it guys when they're trying to steal bases. That's a new one. Like that, quite a bit. Trying to peg him as he standoff first base new wrinkle. Did the crowd just continue to go her a cardboard cutout seemed unmoved. I've watched a little bit of NBA is first time I'd watched any I. think their whole sound effect thing game is better than baseball In preseason, they also have the ability of they're not playing in a vacuous stadium. Right? They have done a very good job of walling off any sort of seats. So when they zoom out, it doesn't look like now he place its way its. Way Closer to normal an NBA game than than Major League Baseball game. Was that real game to that start already a real game start Thursday. All right. I'm Jack. 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"Let's change up the words with Trivia Trivia. That June won't know because you got to take some guesses to hear June joining us. He gotTA gotta be up for the Trivia. I'm definitely not the best interview but I'm GonNa try to invest all right. Well Good luck to you. Guys here will answer. We'll ask the question first and then we'll get into our movie chat and then we'll come with the answer a little bit after that but the question for today is. Can you name the only two players to win? Mvp silver slugger and gold glove awards as as when a world series ring in a single season two players did that MVP silver slugger gold glove and they picked up a world series ring within the single season. I'm guessing Steve. Jobs is not one of them. we'll get to that answer after we talk about the awesome movie. Major League which is one of my favorites So June obviously Major League is an historic movie. I ate a lot of ways and I wanna get your thoughts before we get into the overall here but I just think it's really good. That's the most important thing. Yeah I think it really holds up as a movie. The thing I thought was interesting when I was I was I was really watching it. This morning Before we started recording and the thing that really stands to me was that it doesn't hold up in all the unimportant ways like wild thing in twenty twenty like there's a lot of guys wearing the number ninety nine now. There's guys wearing glasses now. There's guys with bigger personalities in baseball now he's level wild thing in two thousand twenty was in one thousand nine hundred nine hundred. I think it's kind of funny. And then you also talked about the fact that the owner was. The owners goal was to lose over the course of the entire. See and of course that's become much more normalized over the course of the last decade and sports you know so there's a couple of different factors that we were being told to break down the movie. The first one is artistically. Was it actually a good movie Was It told well? Apply hold up. Entertainment Wise I think it does hold up. Well obviously it's not a true story per se so it's not like they made mistakes like they do in field of dreams. Were Joe Jackson. Bass along side or You know what is it? Not Eight is enough to eight men out movie you know where like some of it just isn't true. This could be true except for the part where the owner is like. Well if attendance goes down you know then we can move the team. The thing that bothers me about that Junius well in in September. You already know you're attendants. Why do you still want the team.
"major" Discussed on The Hoop Collective
"Alot. Hello and welcome to the collective podcast we talked about the NBA. It's Wednesday morning Wednesday afternoon. East Coast time as we're recording this And we've got the eighteen hair joining us from Boston where a lot of the NBA Intelligentsia is headed. This week for the Sloan. Analytics Conference is Jackie macmullan. Hello Jackie hello so far very few cancellations for MIT slow from happy to report. And somebody who will never be accused of being in the NBA intelligence is banned McMahon. Who's banned from the MIT probably? Actually I was invited by Daryl. Morey himself but just couldn't get the travel taken care of so mas- Grizzlies Friday night. Baby but tonight we've got You got a good one. I on in his first ever back to back up against Luca and the mavs so glad look so good no complaints. I get the Zion. John Moran both this week and squeezed in between rockets versus clippers. So I've got. I've got a nice little three three setup here very good. That's that is a busy man I got. I got perk and Steven A. And Michael Rubin. What is the name your panel player empowerment there you go? Steven Steven as can speak to player empowerment. He certainly enjoy true. Stephen as good man is empowered. All right so Tuesday night in Boston. Care slivered had a fifty one point game in overtime It was kind of a bizarre game because The Celtics Jason. Tatum missed the game with the flu or an illness. Gordon Hayward and Jalen Brown got hurt during the game. I hope not seriously jalen Brown probably a little bit more of an issue with a hamstring and then Kemba Walker ran out of minutes. He was coming back from knee issue. and Marcus smart fouled out so there was a lot of soldiers went down there for the Celtics nonetheless. Divert scored thirty seven points in the fourth quarter and overtime. I don't care who you're playing by himself. That was incredible basketball It made me wonder About what the nets are GonNa do both curious liberation. Just what their team? Because I want to go back to something that this happened recently. Kyrie Irving gave that interview. Were he said? And I'm going to quote directly from the interview. We're going to go out. We're going to do the best we can with the guys. We have our locker room right now and worry about all the other stuff in terms of moving pieces and everything else as an organization down the line Collectively I feel like we have great pieces. But it's glaring. We need one more piece or two more pieces. That will complement myself. And then he listed off a bunch of people to Rant De'andre Jordan Garrett Temple dinwiddie avert and we'll see how that evolves It was I actually. I'm never going to criticize a player. For being honest. I think he was being honest. I think what he's basically saying. Is We need somebody beyond Kevin Durant Myself Juanita Third Star and then Sean marks went onto did radio. Sean marks the GM went and did a radio show in New York within this last ten days or so and He basically I don't Wanna I don't WanNA put words in his mouth but he basically ratified it. He basically said Carrion. I have right here Irene. Kevin on the rest of the guys have all signed on here to build this. I always take a select handful of players opinions in terms of how we can build We've done this since day. One because these guys know the players better than anyone. They'll be brutally honest because we've got to go play with those guys. I think it's important to weigh their opinions and he was being asked directly about what Kyri sets. We didn't say no. No no we're not GONNA do anything I I'm just putting the pieces together here. I think the nets intend to be or congress that translates that quote real quick. Yeah he's he's basically saying. Look when we went out and got. Kadian Kyri. We knew they were going to run the franchise so I gotTa do what they want. That could be one interpretation it The verb is having a good year. Even though he's been in and out of the starting lineup because of the just whether roster has gone he's also had injuries as has been the case for much of his career but Jackie I'm wondering that was standing his great performance last night. I'm wondering if the nets are going to use care slow vert this summer as an attempt to go out and get that third player. That kyrie still thinks that they need quite well. It's an shirts entire. I wouldn't be moving on from Charissa avert and by the way the other name you here in this jared Allen. I wouldn't be moving on from him either so I don't really get this then Dinwiddie the other name we here to me. That's the heart of their team in terms of talent but in terms of their heart of their team. And maybe how are you going to get that third player without moving some of these guys? Are you seeing? I guess. Here's my question. Are you so sure you need that third player? I'll take shortcuts 'cause okay but why can't carvey thinks? I don't I'm saying well Sean marks from their quotes I agree with an. I'm sure they'll go out and try to do this but go ahead. Go AHEAD TIM now. I was GONNA say I agree with you. Jackie I mean we definitely need. Another piece can K. D. Actually play a second first before we go and just determine this and look when you go out and sign to Max guys with a core of a team that you know keeping fla most Bar Odyssey Russell's gone but keeping for the most part the core of a team. That was a playoff team before. Like you have to do something else. Drastic there i. I don't know to me. Yeah I I honestly I I don't get it. I don't think Kyrie's talking about here is. Let's go out and get a role playing stretch. Four-man let's I think he's talking about going out and giving star I think he's thinking about if the wizard somehow feel like they have to trade Bradley beal. That's who they want to go out and get that's what I'm thinking that there and then and then know what house career GonNa feel about being the number three option you're fixing his your succumbing to his whims to create more problems but again when you sign those kind of players you basically hand over control franchise and we you know that's just the understanding in the NBA. I'm GonNa read to reach out. I mean it's transparent. It's out there. It's glaring in terms of the pieces. We need to be in order to be at the next level. Well here's his convinced. This earth is flat means right. Well I'm just telling you know. I'm not saying that this might not happen. Brian. All I'm saying is I'm just looking at it and saying okay you so I mean who wouldn't want Bradley beal. That's I would like Bradley beal on my team. I may or may not be available. I mean but I'm just saying late so all I'm saying. Is that so few things here. Okay you should try to get. Its Sean Marks. His job to go out and make the best he can. And if it's Bradley beal's Thir- whomever else that's his job. Drew holiday all the names. We hear he should try to go out and do that. That's his job and if it if it costs you care sliver fine. I get that I totally get that. But I just I. Just all I'm saying is like for instance Jared Allen we keep hearing about Jaren Alad as being one of these players. Please tell me why you would keep De'andre Jordan and trade jared Allen other than Deandra. George was part of your package for Kevin Durant say career back and that's a problem. That's a problem when you start making decisions like that. It's a problem as as McMahon said. They made that decision already. Well but they didn't make the decision to move on from Jared Allen. You can have the Andre Jordan on the roster. You don't have to play them all the time during one is old. Jared Allen's twenty one years old when they made the decision to go with Kyri and durant. They threw their little nicer incubator. We're going to build like where the phillies seventy sixers. They threw that out. No I disagree with that. I'm just saying they're thinking about levert. Verdict he signs it. I think is a pretty reasonable contract extension. Three hundred fifty two fifty three million. Yeah that's Pretty Spencer. Did I don't know? Are you ready? I'm not saying he's Bradley Beal but you know he's not the former guy anymore either. I don't know Jones. He's gone too right. I mean he's never he's a free agent they may be. They may resign them. I mean I think that Based on what John Mark said based on what Kyrie said. I see the nets as big game hunters. Whether or not the whether they're going to be able to execute that Naza different conversation whether there's going to be one of the things one of the things that when I talked to executives out there that they say is if Janas extends with the bucks this summer which depending on who you talk to is is either a slam dunk or a real question. The bucks certainly feel like they have a great chance to extend him this summer if he signs that supermax extension this summer and all of the teams that are sort of saving keeping their Emo drive for two thousand twenty one may begin to make action and they tell me that. This summer's star movement may be hinged on whether or not jaanus extends or not that if he extends all of a sudden you'll see more actions that may be a factor in this. There may not be a player that is available for the necessary for. But I'm I'm reading. The tea leaves and seeing that the nets are certainly going to are going to head in that direction and another player that if he ever became available again he's not available right now as far as we know is drew holiday Who I think would be remarkable fit in Brooklyn. You know if if that became possible. Keep an eye on that and you know cares coming off off this great game. One Guy knows not available. Trae young McMahon for you on the podcast you're reacting to Trevor Aretha. Trae young nutmegged him this week as he does almost every game where he dribbles up and instead of crossing over. You know this is sort of like the new age. Crossover right if you the guys in defensive position you dribble the ball between his legs to get around him. Even people use it like you know. Like what the crossover people tend to make fun of the player who gets crossed. But it's actually a pretty effective way of getting past player. Although there's a high turnover chance of the guy gets his puts his hand down there but it's a way of showing up a player. Even though I think trae young uses it as a maneuver. Just like you'd use a crossover. Yeah and so okay. So he's shown a slam dunk guy now. Only God well. We'll just to say before before I let you go a raise. A body check them and he. He threw the ball between his legs and he was going to fetch it in a row body. Check them and told him. Don't do that again. So now you're and then and then post game did the whole like pull you close like you know animated whisper in the ear and then post you know in the in. The locker room made a big thing. Don't do that bleep again. Don't do to me. I'm not with the funniest Blah Blah Blah. Okay you were with the fundings when you were. James Harden his teammate and Wesley Johnson was sprawled out after getting crossover on step back and looked at them and smart and hit a three. You were with the funnies then like I mean. This is a basketball move. I RESPECT TREVOR. Rees at the guy's been a solid player in the league for a long time but who made him like the unofficial grew maker basketball etiquette chairman. I mean WH- dude if you don't WANNA get nutmegged closure legs but it's an effective move. I mean he's he's doing it to get past you get towards the Hoop and look. I'm not saying trae young as some perfect. You Know Basketball Player We can pick his game all day long..
"major" Discussed on Breaking Biotech
"It's a long or short so given that and this is my interpretation. I'm not speaking for Opel chip at all in this. But I do want to make a quick clarification when it comes to risk reward regarding cassava and I think the market casting around one hundred twenty three million dollars right now and their net cash based on their last earnings report was seventeen million dollars when it comes to the financing. Part OF THIS EQUATION. You can actually go back and see how much money they burn every single quarter and this gives you a reasonable estimate in terms of their runway. So how much time they have before. They're going to need to raise more money. And what you want. Ideally a catalyst in between now and then so that it's worth it for you to take an actual position without them needing to dilute their stock. And you lose money in that case so if this catalyst does exist before this cash runway runs out it's That's a check mark. Now the next thing is if you have previous drug data in a similar area and for Alzheimer's we do. We have a number of jobs and we can see how much money they've actually generated in that time and it can be upwards of three or four billion dollars on you can use that as an example to see whether or not your drug if it does get approved is going to generate revenue so say that our analysis predicts that cassava drug is going to generate four to five billion dollars per year if the face to be as positive this obviously justify a substantially higher valuation has now and in this case it could be somewhere like one billion dollars if we compare the current market cap to that one billion valuation. That's that's just under a ten times increase and if the drug does happen to fail the market CAP could go down to zero. We'll say for example and if that happens then you lost your investment but the reward if it does go positive would be ten times so this risk reward of one to ten is obviously much higher skewed to the reward side so that case it might be worth it to take a position so what we want in. This game is to find opportunities where the risk reward is favorable and it can be realized in a reasonable timeframe now these other things that were mentioned management as well as an unknown company. They can also be beneficial. But I think the two major things out of this threat are the undervalued nature and the financing and whether or not there's an upcoming catalysts that sits in between that time so I just wanted to touch on that quickly and Yet definitely give Opel chip a follow. Now let's get to the feature story today which is major depressive disorder and for those who don't know it is a mental disorder characterized by at least two weeks of low mood that is present across most situations and other symptoms that go along with this include low self esteem loss of energy loss of interest in normally enjoyable activities low energy and pain without a clear cause. And if you've known anybody with depression it can be a burden. Seventeen point three million adults in the USA have had at least one major depressive episode. And that's about seven point one percent of the population. The worldwide market is estimated to be sixteen point eight billion by the end of twenty twenty and most medications that are approved to treat this. Actually generics now so while the increase in market value seems to continue to happen The price of these drugs is probably going down and the sales are going down. Because there's many more generics that can be offered and undercut the actual brand name drug. The current treatments that exist today are psychotherapy medications and electro convulsive therapy. I'm only going to focus on the medications though because that is the subject matter that we're talking about today so the medications that are available and there's a number of them. I can't possibly commit time to talking about all of these. This presentation but choosing a medication is based off of multiple different factors. I've written them down here. Safety side effect profile etc and oftentimes. The doctor has to work with the patient to see what works? Best for them. And the reason for that is because the effectiveness isn't substantially different between the different drugs. That exists today but the side effects can be so. The major categories will say are the selective Serotonin reuptake inhibitors. Those are Yours Alexa. Alexa pros your PROZAC. And basically what these drugs US keep Serotonin in the synoptic gap which increases the signaling of these compounds to the neurons and this does have an effect in preventing depression reducing depression. Now there's many side effects that are associated with these drugs. The major ones being sexual dysfunction other more dramatic ones are suicidal at YEA. Shin as well as bone fractures. The other drawback to these drugs is the response rates for the first antidepressant. Range from fifty to seventy five percent and oftentimes. It takes six to eight weeks before you can actually see an improvement. Once you start taking the medication. Another category of any depressant are these atypical antidepressants and the one in. This category highlight is bupropion. Which is also known as Wellbutrin An and it's known as a norepinephrine dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a NICOTINIC RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS. There are side effects associated with this drug. But there's also some benefits and in particular. This one helps with smoking cessation as well as weight loss. So the way I see the market right now is a real opportunity. In a jug that has improved efficacy. And by that. I mean the magnitude of the effect of these scores. When it comes to improving mood the other thing is fewer side effects and the last one is less remission so oftentimes these drugs. They're given and then the patient doesn't end up going into remission and that means a reoccurrence of a major depressive episode so lowering the amount of emissions that occur could also be a big plus for a new drug and now when it comes to major depressive disorder in the last year or so. There's been a lot of news that's come out. One of the positive things that has come out from that year is the Janssen approval of Spro. Which is a one off of ketamine in. It's a nasal spray that was approved for treatment resistant depression so this is good news. It does come with a rams warning so there's some caveats when it comes to whether or not this drug can be treated but it is a big step up from really lack of treatment in something serious like treatment resistant depression. We've seen also some failures so allergan had a failure with repast outcomes is a company that had their NDA rejected and then we also saw that. Minerva had a failure in major depressive disorder in their latest trial now to companies that have recently shown some interesting data. One is sage therapeutics and I have your their market capless. At three point four billion they saw a failure of sage two hundred seven in major depressive disorder but the silver lining here is that they have to other phase three trials the redwood trial and the shoreline trial which are kind of one off treatment regimens to see whether or not Stage two seven does have some effect there than the last company is eggs therapeutics with market CAP. Right now. Three point two billion and they're drug X. Zero five achieved their primary endpoint in phase three for major depressive disorder and they plan on filing their NDA in the second half of twenty twenty so administered gears and talk specifically about sage and Axiom and see whether or not there is a good opportunity for investment. Here so we talked first about sage and I have covered them before so definitely go back to one of my previous videos and take a look at that. That was more specific to Zuccarello which was approved in March. Twenty nineteen for Postpartum Depression. So they do have a drug. That's already out there right now. But the trials that are going on currently are for sage two seven and destroy is a synthetic orally active inhibitory pregnant narrow steroid that acts as a positive Alistair modulator of the Gabbay receptor and this receptors are also a target for Benzodiazepines. And those drugs have been approved for various anti-anxiety indications so. The failure they saw was in this mountain study and I took a little deeper. Look into the data and it's kind of interesting. The study failed at fifteen but reached significance a day. Three eight n twelve and then they also did some post hoc analysis which means you know. They broke up the categories of patients based on all sorts of different things. They could do by sex. They could do it by age and what they found. Was that approximately nine percent of the patients in the thirty milligram group. The group that has the actual effect here had no measurable drug concentrations consistent with noncompliance in taking sage two and seven if you exclude these patients. In the primary analysis this resulted in statistical significance at all time points including fifteen which was the primary endpoint. So I'm torn here because on the one hand we should not use post hoc analysis. It just isn't a convincing way to show you results the FDA doesn't like it. There's a ton of reasons why it's not a good idea but the other thing too is that if the drug has a noncompliance issue. That's a problem too now obviously when you're dealing with any kind of mental disorder especially something like depression. Noncompliance is probably very common so I wonder if they happen to have had more noncompliance with this drug compared to other types of drugs in the sectors. Now when it comes to their pipeline. We see here that. There's the sage two seven drug which they're looking at for postpartum depression for major depressive disorder co Morbid MD insomnia as well as treatment resistant depression than they also have a bunch of other assets that are looking at different kinds of neurological things that are also relevant. But I thought I put this out there and when it comes to the actual milestones that are coming through. They're actually going to have a meeting with the FDA to discuss a path forward for sage one seven and what they're gonNa do is talk to the FDA and see whether or not they can amend the already existing protocols with something new to probably take out anybody who is noncompliant and then only analyze those that have been taking the drug and taking it properly so in that way these other translator going on these other big phase. Three trials hopefully are going to have enough patients that take the drug properly so that there is significance there. So that's going to be interesting to see what kind of feedback they get and they're likely to talk about this in their earnings call for Q. On the twenty twenty now there are other readouts coming one for sage three to four. But I think. What's really the kicker for this company is whether or not they can get sage two seven for major depressive disorder because it is such a big space. Now let's switch gears to acts therapeutics and their lead candidate. I would say which is a excess zero five and this compound is actually an investigational. Enin D receptor antagonists with multimodal activity under development for the treatment of major depressive disorder and other seen as disorders. Now if you read a little further in the description you'll learn that excess zero five is actually a proprietary formulation of both Dextrathoraphan Appropriate both of these drugs which have already existed for a number of years. Now what axiom has done. Is they've combined them together. Utilizing what they call their metabolic inhibition technology to supposedly create a new drug. That acts on both this. Nda receptor as well as the glutamate receptor in a way that is synergetic to have a bigger impact than if one or the other jug was treated by themselves and the recent news that we heard is that the Gemini Phase Three trial in major depressive disorder achieved its primary endpoint with this drug axs zero five and this is what the data looks like so this trial in particular compared x zero five to a placebo and the difference here in this. Med score is negative. Four point seven on the scale and it reached a P value of zero point zero zero two which is significantly different and they cite difference at every single time point analyzed even as early as one week and if you remember when we go back we see that.
"major" Discussed on Get Up!
"And look. I mean as bobby just said the titans offense has been on fire and the chiefs defense has been good to the chiefs. Offense has really been what we talk about. I've got to stop. Stop here. Because why are you wearing those glasses. Well you see. I'm wearing the scots. That's what it is. Why why are you? Are you wearing a disguise breath bro. I'm embodying the titans defense offense and if they WANNA beat Patrick Mahomes. They're going to have to disguise and trick him but they've done so successfully earlier in the season remember when they played the Houston. Texans Week Fifteen. They're showing man man to man across the board so what that's saying gift it's man you WanNa know why they're lying to him because at the bottom of the screen. That linebacker is gardening to running back. That's green to the sun in Washington where remand coverage but right before the snap Kenny. Vaccaro my dog up there and safety. He's bailing when Kenny Vaccaro all of a sudden Gibson's so the titans. No that but the problem is the running back at the bottom of the screen. He thinks he's wide open because he's still thinks it's this on Watson he's still thinks this man but it's it's not the Shawn Watson he lets it rip. Carl comes out the Hatfield and he lied to them and they got an easy intersection man. That's that's some pretty good deception. If you'RE GONNA lie to Patrick Mahomes you better be pathological lower. Because he knows everything starts and ends with Travis Kelsey out here by himself. Listen I consider could send appearance. Show you fifteen clips from this game of all the different people that the tie ins through a Kelsey coverage linebacker safeties corners but the press recipe top. The press up top tells Patrick Mahomes okay. It's going to be mad men coverage and this linebacker tells Petro's normally over Kelsey. This is going to be mad men covered. Patrick Mahomes knows there's only one person that's GonNa play man to man coverage those guys blow out of there before the snap here comes that the skies of zone coverage bought of his hands hands easy completion. All right. Let me go to a very similar. Look this is trips. Look up top. That's that very similar. Press that we just had on the previous play some the things a little bit different Kelsey down here by himself has covered now by number thirty one. Kevin Byers Patron home. Those the only person that tight end will play.
"major" Discussed on Get Up!
"Home and Happy depressing for me over them. This guy's a better point with one could ever hope you'd be. I'm up in five minutes. How can the titans trying to trick? Patrick Mahomes more on the cheating scandal in major league baseball wall and Rogers against that forty niners. Who's got the edge? We'll answer all of those questions as we continue get up on. ESPN BAG on. Get up looking ahead of the championship games this weekend. Either or who has a bigger impact Lewis Aaron Rodgers or George cadle who you got. I know American hearing what I'm going to go with George killer because of his impact in the run and pass game in the run game. He's one of the best blocking tight ends in the NFL. In the past he's one of the best passed protecting tight ends in the NFL. You saw their first matchup between San Francisco and Green Bay. George rip them in the passing game with the deep thoughts. Down the middle of the field. That you see right Dear he's GonNa play a big role in this game and ultimately he's going to be propelled them to other side of the ball. Davante Adams sherm you got man you know what it is greening. I'm going with my guys sherm number. One he calls me on twitter. And I'll get cost out if I don't but secondly Devante Adam we know how good he is but Richard Serve and he said thirteen playoff games no touchdowns allow an and three interceptions. The Dude is a feast. GotTa Count on somebody. I'm counting on Bobby Carpenter to the. AFC Got Patrick. Mahomes Derrick Henry well it's their Kendra. It has to be for the titans have a chance. He has over a hundred and eighty yards in the last three games of peace. He's been on fire and over twelve hundred yards this season season. Come after halftime leans all you in the second half. Here's a huge game for the titans. Now have a chance to beat the chiefs this weekend. More on that chiefs Titan game over here with the auto show in Dan.
"major" Discussed on Get Up!
"Gary Smith last week. Twelve pressures four sex in harassing Russell Wilson in the going against the San Francisco offense. I really good at run. Blocking twenty seven in pass blocking those guys can get get after. Put San Francisco with negative yardage situations. Get them out of the running game. Keeps the game close and then Aaron Rodgers doesn't have to drop back forty five fifty times uh-huh go against the defensive line. That is unbelievable. I love you guys. I totally disagree This needs to become a pass game for Green Bay. The why you're going to play need to the San Francisco forty nine or strength. They're only goals to get you into third and five if they get you into third and five. Don't even go on the trip. The game is over. They have to be aggressive. Throwing the football they gotta go down second down down. Take that I take that third down. Pass game bring it over to first and second down and go Aaron Rodgers. We're GONNA throw the ball forty five times. It's on you as a quarterback get the baader hands so the right people and get us are compatible. How in the world do you anticipate they can do that? They have the because this going down. What are they gonNA lineup and more often than not come out? They're going to play their single high. Cover three you know very much. So what what. They're gonNA look like where they're going to be who you can go after you have to be aggressive in that because when you get the third down it doesn't matter. Those cats no passes come in person. Second they don't don't final thoughts final thought on this impassable new situations because there is the threat of running. If they're down twenty one points then showings playing single say back to the past and getting nathuram upfront. We have much more football conversation as you go but we gotta make sure that no other managers have gotten fired since this conversation begin because this morning there are already three teams looking for new. Skipper is.
"major" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"To the house so jennifer williams testimony that was in front of until committee right so williams had remembered new details about call that took place between pens alinsky on september eighteenth there's lots of that's after july right that's after pretty much most of the shits gone but pence's office had said that the new details she remembered about the call having having to be classified details so she had to submit a classified supplemental statement to congress about that call now shifts requesting this information be released to the public to basically basically just further corroborate evidence in the inquiry yep pence last month said that he has no objection at all to the release of the call so schiff is basically calling him on on that a really bro yeah yeah exactly this is a quote your willingness to release a transcript of your calls with presidents linski necessarily sara lee means that you do not believe there is anything contained therein that would cause any harm to US national security if publicly disclosed anka so called out right we'll see where that goes so hopefully we'll finance him do we know do we know what it was an inkling as to what i have no idea right i mean i mean i would think let's see so she's i'm imagine ages beans on this tomorrow yes i mean my hopeful beans are that there would be details in that call that would outline either some kind of you know pence calling like hey a damage control kind of call yes sorry about this shit we got a whistle complaint you may have heard about that thing and the let's lake talk this through and then whatever content isn't i can't imagine why else they would be talking walking right right well so a body we're just dudes we're just chilling how's it going what's up buddy we're just dude so you're nothing though okay slight tangent sometimes when i see men interact with each other in the way that they speak to each other are you know in a way that's been communicate interesting yeah perry different than how women communicate with each other is very interesting the hopefully we'll find out you yeah no but yeah that's yeah i'm curious to see what happens with that what what jessica williams jennifer jennifer williams of yeah cool and of course trump is already trying to doc distanced himself from her just doing the classic twitter treatment you know oh and it's great to because she's a woman so he of course he used his favorite that's his favorite someone sucks he i believe they can there are women and they have a china yeah so set bitch my favorite yet this is what i think of when i'm acting crying my supportable here even more now yeah wonderful yes oh okay and next we have another awesome buzzfeed update as a result of buzzfeed's foia lawsuit we're getting another round of molar grandeur materials so oh fuck yeah this batch contained a bunch of the FBI three or two reports three oh two reports are basically interview summaries with people there are still some reductions apparently though so buzzfeed plans on challenging those reductions it's like damn just frigging russian delivered actions just give you the fuck unredacted hockey but i gotta say like you'd buzzfeed still has some great investigative journalists on their team so shut up shut up to the to the investigative team at buzzfeed they've done some really good work over the last few years in the the media world in general is fucking chaos but they still have some radd people working there yeah they're killing it of these twos included interviews for people such s cohen former chief of staff john kelly corey douse 'cause that's a huge one hope hicks rick gates omarosa chris christie and rod rosenstein so here are some of the noteworthy things that we learned those documents i think that came out from buzzfeed so first one is it looks like cohn is blaming trump family family lawyers for taking out a line in cohen's testimony to congress the line apparently said the words limited contact with russian officials this is about trump tower moscow and about building that project so apparently that line was taken out for reasons unbeknownst to cohen at the time seems pretty obvious so then restrain a you know sweep anything under the rug that they possibly could they were one hundred percent communications extensive communications between members of trump's team team in moscow and i believe it was buzzfeed that actually posted a really awesome timeline of just everything felix sater's cohen and all of these different communications so to your point buzzfeed is totally killing we also learned to that gates he said manafort urged him to not cooperate cooperate with the government gates said paul manafort told him in october or november twenty seventeen that the white house was going to protect both of them and that it would be quote stupid to to plead because they would get a better deal down the road yup serving not surprising but very enough for anybody yup l. exactly then three we learned rod rosenstein was we talked about this in the daily means a little bit he was overcome with emotion when talking to the FBI apparently about comey's firing hiring and how all of that went down rod said his momentum about how komi had fucked up certain things was not influenced by anyone and that he knew it had to be one hundred percent accurate if he were to stand behind it but once he wrote it he said he didn't get much sleep that night he thought komi was gonna wind up being called in in a after it became very apparent to him that he was going to be fired he figured he was gonna come in and that it was either him or jeff sessions that would fire comey but then he found out it was done over email and as soon as he found that out just a wave of feeling awful washed over him apparently he used the words angry ashamed horrified had an embarrassed shit presumably at the role that he just realized he ultimately played and just getting comey the fuck out and then for we also learned that muller did not apply and then be denied the job of FBI director this is what trump said right instead he actually withdrew his name from consideration so another classic example of trump trying to say he fired some people and they're like oh no i was actually just dipping your fucking insane insane and that was it so there we go pretty cool stuff check that out and buzzfeed they released a couple of days ago they were released this week sweet yeah i don't remember what day i think it was earlier in the week though yeah because you have we covered it on bounty of three twos yeah three two three two yeah so all right willie got lots more headlines and hotheads coming up after this short break hey everybody in this episode of militia road is brought to you by ever lane if you're like me you're tired of spending a fortune on clothes that you know are overpriced christ.
"major" Discussed on ESPN FC
"And if he's going to have a nice little paycheck and he's going to have not an open checkbook, but his own freedom do things his own way with a release clause that gets them out anytime if there's something actually attractive in there, I think it's a win win for both. Yeah, I think it's an immediate jolt to the to the bloodline for percent Jose. I think my guess to do something. Innovative. Cool. And for as long as he wants? Yup, in San Jose has made it official. So he is, he's going to be the man in charge, and now we'll see how it all plays out. There's going to be this is exciting obviously for San Jose, but it's exciting for the league because I think you get excited about the coaching match ups. You get excited about what's happening with those rivalries as well. And a club that's been dormant is now mean you can't buy this kind of press. This is smack sure, exciting. I mean they just sensually did, but you're talking Los goonies all over ESPN in Latin America. Are you serious and and think about what that means? The title of this loonies you're breaking news here. You're breaking news overseas or across the border in all these places. This is obviously big news in Argentina. This is big news in Italy because he is a legend for his playing days. There we forget about what a great player might DSL may. This was a star player for club and country for many years, and then he's transferred to the. The coaching the game, and he's been trenice short time with Jesus and there's an important, you know, there's an, I didn't wanna down play the off field impact here on two fronts. San Jose has a new stadium, obviously. Now there's some more ambition, I'm sure they wanna feel that stadium every day, and we talk about it all the time. A lot of times Major League Soccer, and this is something that work on, and I think is a cognitive, a goal for the league to to better engage the Mexican American community, the Latino community. This guy is a name in that community. This guy is a commodity in that community. This guy is hot in that community. And so I think. This is a really powerful opportunity for San Jose to plant their flag in with a demographic that in that area, right in San Jose is going to be pivotal and critical to their successes a franchise off the field moving forward. And then the other thing that we talk about all the time hurt says, well, you know, my my experience and MLS with managers, maybe that if subpar max, let's let's turn that on its head and talk about from a media standpoint, MLS managers of stake. They're not really interesting. They don't say a lot of stuff. Oftentimes pet key going on a rant or for Burmese. And then when you compare it to Mekki, it's like every every week I gotta watch game because peel and unmade and whoever else you wanna throw in there have been going back and forth and press conferences all week. Now on may not angel Premier League, right? You want to hear from the coaches, you don't wanna hear the players you wanna hear from the coaches. It's part of what makes such a juggernaut of league. We talk about villains and characters and heroes. And on may not be, oh ho. So don't expect them to come in and be wild, savage crazy. Like be always, but he is a character. He does play the game in the media. He, I think that is another thing that's super valuable to this league characters villains heroes, and he has the potential to be that for San Jose and really beyond San Jose for Major League Soccer is as we're talking San Jose as literally made it official max just said that thanks for listening. Yeah, I blacked out. Listening, not let me go. What we saw in Matias was a coach that bright success by creating loss right or right to emulate this is Jesse Farinelli the GM. Ten out of ten Jesse out of ten on the higher stuff. All right. Thank you very much. My.
"major" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Major taylor died in nineteen thirty to the fifty three his body was unclaimed in a morgue and he was buried in popper's grave in chicago when former racing stars learn what had happened members of the old timers athletic club of the south wabash avenue ymca talked frank schwinn to pay to have majors remains exumed and transferred to the cemetery memorial garden of the good shepherd he was buried with a bronze tablet that reads world champion bicycle racer who came up the hard way without hatred in his heart and honest craziness godfearing clean living gentlemanly athlete credit to his race who always gave out his best gone but not forgotten it must be nice to feel respected when you die it's so great to be a good habit talent and have that town rewarded yeah once you're no longer aware boy boy america's good yeah what leads we treat people better now let's your thirteen year old with a fake gun bore no oh we're doing good everybody feel but it feel good pumped up pumped up he fired up came for hey the people on penguins it's crazy man that really i mean yeah like things like it's one of the things you're like man the story fucking but should never know his name now oh for sure yeah i mean there's truly no yeah i mean absolute like that i don't know how you know when you you just feel like you cannot undo enough of this shit and then you feel like you get away from it like these stories even since we've been doing this used to seem crazier and then now they're starting to not seem as crazy right you're like oh that's how it was but not even that in the time since we've been doing it it's like shit is not going further away from the stuff like we've reached our peak of getting away from now at least for now and now we're starting to undo the shit we've picked away we're away picked yeah i don't know a joke well at least there's no one on fox news telling the bron james to shut up just shut up and dribble i mean truly she's one of those fucking racers no different it's the same fucking thing shut up and down it's no different like you could say that for scott bay oh shut up don't act but you don't he'd never acted that's why i said don't act you could say it for literally anything but then you yeah shut up dribble fuck shit who's got a card aside i founder that's a good story but yeah i mean i don't know like what the fuck you are at the level as a white person where you're like i can't process what has happened with like what the fuck to what end the guy what they wanted like how great would it be if there was just one white racer in all this it was like hey up luck for you well there was zimmerman yeah but there's not no there were not but also he did go he did have fucking glory years in europe but did have ten years got a highlight had to go to another country another tree a lot of fucking but a lot of people are like oh god who so there is a place that's that's yeah there's no applebee's but whatever new applebee's i'm out applebee's in france by now they're absolutely has to be it will come to a biz apple would you simply let their opinion do you like my hair she can't wing fifteen flare on come to t v thank there's the so oh okay well thank you we really appreciate it a lot of fun thank you guys we'll be back thank you