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"mallon" Discussed on This Day in History Class
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Rams superstar Aaron Donald upset at end of playoff loss
"The packers thirty two eighteen on saturday and heading into the weekend lindsay. You wrote that you were really excited to see this. Coaching matchup between matlock floor. And sean mcvay. What stood out to you in the battle of the minds here. Yeah i mean because these are two guys who know each other so well and you know. They're very much part of the same coaching tree. They both worked under kyle shanahan about the flora then works Under sean mcvay. So they have very similar offensive philosophies but that was just a game that was full of really interesting. Coaching matchups mallon floor wine. That batch up by far the packers had the better game plan. They were the better team better coach. All of this and sure aaron. Donald was not at full strength. You could tell that. He was very clearly hampered by the rib injury that he suffered during the wild card round but it was just a very impressive performance overall by aaron rodgers and certainly by matt leflore and that entire coaching staff the packers put up four hundred and eighty four yards of total offense against basically the best defense in the league. talked about aaron donald. Who's just a generational talent. Not being at full strength. But how is this packers offense. So effective saturday night. We'll everything they do. Obviously starts with aaron rodgers. Who just seem to have this innate mastery of what was coming and it kind of went viral on twitter a little bit because so many of fox's camera angles shown face on with aaron rodgers where you could see the moment that he realized what was coming that he was able to diagnose the coverage and dictate the play based on what was coming and the offensive line played really well protecting aaron rogers. He was barely touched. I'm not sure if his jersey had a single grass stain on after the game. And you know when you're not getting pressure on a quarterback and you're running the ball really well and you have davante adams who's one of the best wide receivers and football. It really wasn't even a close match up. And you know. I know a lot of people in green bay throughout packers land. Were wondering this is the best defense in football and it has to make you wonder. If that's the way that the packers aaron rodgers played against supposedly the best defense in football. What are they going to do for the rest of the
"mallon" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Who made a life for herself. In new york city. She became inadvertently and tragically famous as the first person identified as an to carrier in a typhoid outbreak. That's talk about mary. Mallon better known as typhoid mary. Mary mallon was born in eighteen. Sixty nine in county tyrone ireland very little is definitively known about her early years or her family. When mary was fourteen or fifteen years old she like many of her fellow. Countrymen at the time emigrated to the united states in pursuit of better opportunities by nineteen hundred six years after her arrival. Mary had found steady employment and earned a decent paycheck working as a cook in the homes. Some of new york city's wealthiest citizens. This was no small feat at the turn of the century. Millions of americans worked in domestic service. And the job of cook was the top of the food chain because it was a highly coveted skilled position with management duties over other kitchen staff and supplies. The cook was generally the best paid and most respected member of the household staff between nineteen hundred and nineteen o six. Mary worked for seven different families in their homes in new york city or on long island. Where many wealthy new yorkers spent their summers. Mary was considered an excellent cook and was especially known her signature dish. Peach ice cream which she may or may not have noticed. Was the pattern of people. Getting sick around her. In each of the homes where she worked people either became very ill or died around the time of her employment in the summer of nineteen o six. Mary was working at the base summer. Home of new york city banker. Charles henry warren between august twenty seven and september third six out of the eleven people staying at the house became very ill with typhoid fever. Typhoid was a somewhat surprising culprit. Typhoid is spread through contaminated food and water and had a fatality rate of ten percent at the time it was usually found an overcrowded underfunded sections of cities with unsanitary conditions. Not in fancy summer homes of the wealthy. A sanitation engineer named george soper was hired to track down the cause of the outbreak at first super was convinced that the illness was caused by the consumption of freshwater clams but he then landed on the possibility that mary herself could be the disease host meaning that she was unknowingly shutting the disease and infecting those around her even though she didn't appear ill though. Doctors and scientists have been discussing the existence of a symptomatic disease carriers since the eighteen eighties. This was still considered a fairly wild idea. Super was the first to describe a healthy character of typhoid in the united states. By the time super came to this conclusion. Mary had already moved on to another household starting in march nineteen o seven super began stocking mary in an effort to collect blood stool and urine samples from her to test for the bacteria that causes typhoid for his efforts. Mary chased him off multiple times with a carving fork evidently upset for mary who had limited knowledge of the latest advances in science and medicine. This was all very confusing. How could she be spreading a disease that she had never even experienced herself. It sounded impossible once. Mary was identified as an asymmetric carrier. The new york department of health had to step in in nineteen. O seven there was no immunization available for typhoid nor was there really treatment available for people who got sick. The only real option for doctors desperately looking to stop the spread was to place the carrier in quarantine. Mary was quickly exile to an isolation facility once used for smallpox on north brother island in the east river. Mary was quickly exiled to an isolation facility once used for smallpox on north brother island in the east river. She was confined there for two years. Mary was livid over her forced confinement and what she saw as an infringement of her rights part of the problem have been none of her doctors or new york. Health officials tried to explain to marry in any meaningful way. What the significance was of being a carrier. They offer to remove her gallbladder which some of her doctors believed might be the source of the shedding bacteria but without a clear understanding of what was being offered. mary refused. The doctors tried to treat her with a variety of substances including laxatives euro atropine and brewer's yeast all to no avail in nineteen o nine. Mary unsuccessfully sued the new york department of health over her belief that it was unjust to treat her as a pariah when she hadn't purposefully done anything wrong. The following year in nineteen ten a new health. Commissioner for new york city took up. Mary's case he promised to release her from confinement and help her find employment as long as she promised to never work in the handling of food again since contaminated food and water were and our primary vehicles for typhoid spread. Mary found a job as a laundry made. But it was tough work for much less paid and she was used to as a. It wasn't long before. Mary began working in kitchens again under a variety of assumed names to make ends meet four years later. A typhoid epidemic broke out at both the sanatorium in newfoundland new jersey and sloane maternity hospital in new york city. It was quickly discovered that. Mary had been working as a cook at both disabilities in three months time. At least twenty five people came down with typhoid sloane maternity alone two of them subsequently died the authorities eventually tracked mary down at a suburban home in westchester county and sent her back to confinement on north brother island. She remained there until her death in november. Nineteen thirty eight for much of her life. And certainly since her death mary was stigmatized as typhoid mary for years. Her name appeared in medical dictionaries as disease carrier. And it still used today. As a colloquial term for somebody who callously spreads disease or evil while her isolation eventually became a public health necessity. Mary story raises a lot of complex questions about what happens. When personal autonomy is pitted against public. Health is once wrote to her attorney. I have been in fact a peepshow for everybody. Even the interns had to come to see me and ask about the facts. Already known to the whole wide world the tuberculosis men would say there. She is the kidnapped woman all month. We're talking about local legends for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. We'll weekly follow us on facebook and instagram at encyclopedia. Romantic that special. 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Attorney General Barr paves way for prosecutors to investigate claims of voter fraud
"Is telling federal prosecutors to look into election fraud claims if they exist. Attorney General William Barr has sent a memo to U. S attorneys authorizing them to pursue quote substantial allegations of voting irregularities, despite little evidence of widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election surfacing thus far. The memo prompted a top career official in the department, Richard Pilcher, to resign from his position. As the director of the elections crimes branch, or his memo changes a previous policy that would bar U. S attorneys from launching such investigations before votes are certified. But, he adds, any inquiry shouldn't be based unquote species speculative, fanciful or far fetched claims. The memo notes that the DOJ has seen no claims of any irregularities that actually impacted the election. Alex Mallon ABC NEWS Washington News about a possible
What If Trump Refuses to Concede?
"Lawrence Douglas era professor of law at Amherst. College Massachusetts you write for The Guardian and you've published a book called Donald Trump will he go about whether the president would actually step down if he loses. Interestingly. The rhetoric we're hearing now is an knew he was working from the same script in two, thousand and sixty, I can promise and pledge. To all of my voters and supporters. And to all of the people of the United States. Then I will totally accept. The results of this, great and historic. Presidential election. If I win. The remaining. When you started worrying about what you're hearing? will extinct many Americans pretty gobsmacked by the last presidential debate that he conducted with Hillary Clinton. Chris Wallace said, will you accept the results? No matter. What do you make the same until you will absolutely sir that you will. Accept the result of this election and I think trump just kinda refused to admit I will look at it at the I'm not looking at anything now I look at it at the time, and then for swallowed pushed him a little harder in that and trump threatened the tourist the answer I will tell you at the time I'll keep you in suspense. I remember watching that in gang Wow that's an astonishing thing to hear the candidate of a major party say and I have to say at the time I also thought, wow, he's finished. You cannot. You cannot refuse to accept electoral results match just kind of attacking norms of constitutional democracy. So I kind of thought at the time that he was. His own coffin shot. A so much for my prognostications, but even when he won they theme continued from him didn't it guess it did in fact, right after his election I actually started writing as a contributing opinion writer to the garden in the very first piece I wrote was about his claim that he had in fact won the popular vote as well except for the fact that there were these three to five million phantom illegal voters he stated that before I think he stated his concerns of voter fraud and and People voting illegally during the campaign, and he continues to maintain that belief based on studies and evidence that people have to him. Press Secretary Sean Spicer doubling down on the president's claim, but repeatedly unable to point to evidence that backs up the charge that has been debunked by Republicans and Democrats alike, and in this piece that route from the garden I really tried to ask what are the politics behind it claim like that I mean not only did he threaten dispute the outcome of the election if? He lost his disputing the outcome of an election that he want. But if in four years time, he trotted out a similar type of argument not to for the purposes of challenging his loss in the popular vote. But challenging his lost the Electoral College vote The damage this system should be hard to exaggerate. Okay. Say Things feel quite different this time because in the run up to this election, he basically got asked that same question again didn't he and he responded similarly you commit to making. Sure. That there's a peaceful transfer of power after the election going to have to see what happens. You know that I've been complaining very strongly about the ballots and the ballots are a disaster. We WanNa make sure the election is honest and I'm not sure that it can be i. don't I. Don't know that it can be on top of that. He's a lot to say about the workings of the election itself what is his argument and how much does it change now that he's the incumbent president Well. For one thing, he has spent the last three and a half years telling the American people that our electoral system is unreliable, which again is kind of unprecedented act in American history and what trump has done is he's kind of created this heads I win tails you lose situation in which the only way that the system can demonstrate its legitimacy is if he wins and if he loses well, that's simply becomes proof of what he's been saying all along. We having in yesterday's episode that Donald Trump is really hitting out at the postal system. And in particular state Sir automatically send out mail-in ballots voters. Why politically focusing on this issue There's a particular demographic that we need to pay attention to. These mail in ballots a recent poll indicated I. think that around twenty to twenty, five percent of. Trump's supporters intend to vote by mail in pallets that compares to about fifty five to sixty percent of Biden voters who are going to vote Mallon ballot. So we can see that trump is kinda tactically trying to discredit votes that are gonNA, break against him and very, very unfair to our country. If, they do this, our country will be a laughing stock all over the world because everyone knows it doesn't work how many ballots is sending in California's exit twenty, eight million or some massive number. Other states are sending out millions and millions of ballots I don't WanNa. See a crooked election. This election will be the most rigged election and history
Opioid Crisis Pushes Drugmaker Mallinckrodt to File for Bankruptcy
"Report. Oxycodone maker Mallon Cross has filed for bankruptcy protection. The drug company is facing lawsuits accusing it of fueling the US opioid epidemic. It also recently lost a court battle over the pricing of another medication to treat multiple sclerosis, The company says during bankruptcy reorganization, it aims to resolve opioid related claims and reduce
"mallon" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"About elections, you're kind of doing our foreign adversaries work for them. That's a quote but relative the Mallon ballots because that is the That's kind of the fly in the ointment here debating mail in balloting the We know a couple things right. The Postal Service is in crisis right now they're beyond in the red and voter turnout is going to be the biggest in state history, most likely because this upcoming election and Less than 90 days and therefore because of Koven the rates of voting by mail absentee could very well double. Um, I think in the last overall since 2020 16 election, I want to say Nationally. One in four voters. Absentee, Vala voted by absentee ballot. That number could very well double and so can you expect your vote to count? If you do that by mailing it? To the USPS. Let's do a little fact or fiction with Secretary of State Frankly Rose on the show this morning with lonely on 700 wlw Frank, how you been? I'm all right. Is your head hurt from answering stupid questions about mail in balloting and like You know, it's funny. People didn't invent some pretty wild ideas. But it's my job to make sure the truth is out there, and that's what we'll be doing for. You know, the next three months. Everybody knows how their vote will count. All right, let's start with this. What is the electoral fraud right now? If you know, top your head between Well, let's just let's just keep an absentee ballots here. What's the election fraud right there. Do we know Yes, you know the fraction of a percent. It's exceedingly low. We take it seriously. We prosecute for it. When we find it. We work to rule that kind of stuff out and the reason it's Lois because we weigh enforce the law, and we work to keep it low. Ohioans count on voting by mail and voting at being an honest process. So I would say to. It's also the fact that it's It's It's very little gain. I mean, fabricate one ballot. You're looking at what? How many five years in prison if you if you get whatever it is get busted his degree It's a big deal, but you'd have to fabricate a lot of ballots in order for that to happen in the process. Certainly a conspiracy that large would be uncovered. And that's why it's so far fetched that somebody could really commit fraud at a level that it would really influence outcome. I guess the way I look at this Franklin Rose is someone who regularly votes by mail because I like sitting in the comfort of my own home doing it. Is that you? I have to sign my ballot and then you take my signature and you compare it to my signature on file. If those don't match what happens. If those don't match, then your balance rejected, actually, and it's a bipartisan vote of the board of elections. To do that. We've been doing that in Ohio for 200 years. Signature Verification is part of the prices that we use just one step by the way that we used to make sure it's secure, shockingly. There's a lawsuit 100 way just lost weeks ago. Surprise surprise that actually would require us to stop verifying signatures. It's a foolish idea, and it's remarkable to me that somebody would file sexual really stop who filed the lawsuit on behalf of whom By the League of Women Voters of Ohio. All right, you check the signature on file is pretty easy to determine. That's why you signed something Look ago. That's not your signature. There is no way to forge that. And that that is You know, That's something that's been going on for a long time. And so when they can, what able to know what my signature looks like, then I guess we got problems. But that's irresponsible is with that. It's working. It's working other ways. But this is one where they're wrong. The 2016 election. There were something like 700 ballots in the whole state rejected because of a mis magic signature, and I can assure you that those were Blake. They're verifying multiple times its again a bipartisan vote of the county Court of elections to reject that ballot. 700 out of, you know, millions eyes a small number, but we need to do say verification. Yeah, I get that frankly, Rose, Secretary of State on the show this morning, a little fact and fiction. When it comes to mail in voting, which is going to get to me. It's not the fraudulent nature of the president came out and said You know some absurd things relative to it and said, I just don't think it's ah, that that you know it's going to ramp up front, which is not the way I think the big issue is. This is the postal system has a one a $2 billion deficit this year, so they put in a hiring freeze. I've got overtime. They're shutting down the sorting machines, I guess at the end of the business day, even if there's mail still in the in the system. Some of those could be certainly mail in ballots and like that, cause the problem. So you have that as well as the number of people are gonna vote Absentee. Election cycle because of covert 19. You've got mail carriers that air out on cove in 19 quarantines and like, so you got short staff. You've got all those factors coming to a head here in November. I think that's a concern. It's not someone fraudulently putting balance the fact can we process all these things? You know you're right dimensions that not every state does it as well as Ohio does some states. There are concerns about fraud related to absolutely voting, but certainly not nohow. We've got two decades of history and how to do this, By the way some of our neighboring states Are figuring out right now. How do you do Vote by mail, Ohio. We've been doing it for two decades. We're pretty good at it. You write to mention the postal system is not running at peak efficiency. Just an understatement..
Ashley Shaw: Marketing Wizard and Founder of the Fitness Leader Institute
"For everybody who doesn't know who you are. Let's chat about that I. I know you're a marketing pro and you would like to help. People really overcome their overwhelm. When it comes to marketing is when I. I know you'll speak to this a lot better than I will. I don't you introduce yourself to everybody for sure. Well I think that this introduction can't go without saying a little bit about where I started so I was born into a gold's gym like my mom went into contractions in the parking lot so it was like a legit like you know. Health and fitness has been part of my life since the very day that I was born. And so that's really where my start with? Health and fitness came in. And you know. Skip ahead to university thought. You know I'm GonNa get a career and writing and I'm going to write books and all this sort of stuff and you know at the end of my university degree. I was like okay. Where do I even start? And I started working at a gym because I was like there's no other fleece that I can really wrap my hands around that I wanna be at right away so I just started you know as a personal trainer and you know as life sort of evolved into what I do. Now it's really like a marriage of those two things. I really loved to help. People in the fitness industry. Find Their truth. What is there like authentic core of who they are and to make the marketing side of it? Really easy and simplify it so it can be like the heartbeat of their business. I love how you described audits. I think like at the core of it. That's something that we all start out into fitness seeking but like speaking truth finding your truth binding. What's authentic to you? That's so hard to do at a tangible level riot. Which is why. I'm so excited to dig into this with you so like what does speaking your truth really she. When you say those words to your clients what you really mean. Well I always liken it to. Let's picture like each one of us. We look into a mere every single day and we see the cracks of you know the different failures are different things that we feel like really challenged us and we see all of that stuff and sometimes it's hard to get past that and you know see beyond that and I think what speaking your truth is is really being able to look at all the pieces of Your Life Story. Your sweet spot what you love to do what you're meant to be doing serving people on this earth and how you communicate that so. I think that's sometimes where people get stuck as they're like. I'm not really sure what I'm good at well. First of all like I really truly believe that everybody is a magical Unicorn like yeah. Wrinkling glitter dust everywhere. And sometimes they just don't know where that is and what it is and I think that's what speaking your truth is about figuring out what that is and then putting it out there for everyone that desperately needs you. I love that because honestly like sometimes what your truth is are the parts of you that you've been keeping hidden for so long because you're afraid of you know it not being perceived in the way that you want it to be or people judging you for it so do you come up against obstacles out a lot with the clients that you work with. Yeah. I think that there's this factor out there that people are sometimes afraid to show up when it comes to putting themselves out there like I hear it all the time from health and fitness coaches. That they don't WanNa do. Facebook lives or they. They don't know what to put out there for Instagram's stories and definitely that can be a wall. If you're so in your head about what do I need to? You know portrayed other people when really it's just a a dialogue of like what makes you authentically you and I always think of it sort of as analogy of snapchat. There are certain things that I have this group of my snapchat called sisters which is like S. E. S. T. E. R. S. Which is like just my sister so anything I said to them. I'm not sending. It necessarily like my brother and everyone like it's like catered audience shred like things that I would share with them like. They know me best now. I'm not saying go and like you know your private snapchat. It's like you're gonNA send anyone but as sort of like kind of look at it from that filter like when Pete like People WanNa see the human side of you that you know like the funny stuff the stuff you screw up with the things that have like helped you become who you are so it's sort of like thinking about it that way like what's the stuff that you find like super funny or like ridiculous during the day and how are you putting that they're right. I think as you're talking I'm thinking about all of my favorite accounts that I follow and it is. It's all of this stupid shit that makes me laugh and makes me go. Oh my God me too like been there. I totally resonate with that like that. Is What people crave. But we're so afraid to show those parts of ourselves. I think in the me get angry because there's so many people out there doing what we're doing especially as a health coach fitness coach. There's millions of US right. So yeah that's it and I think yeah and I think that that's where I see. Fitness coaches get really caught up in their head is that they're like you know like here's me doing a workout. Here's a picture of what I eat for lunch. Totally stop trying to be perfect like the person that is struggling with finding fun and working out and trying to lose weight like you know what they'd rather see they would rather see you doing some sort of and maybe it's a workout. Maybe it's not like you know how is it? You like trying to get in those like maybe it's like extra steps or like what are some hacks to make sure. You're like hitting your fickle and then I wanna see like skinny drinks like show me like what sort of drink combinations can I have that are low calorie like it just relates on this much more? I think It's just such a more personal touch to like knowing your ideal customer and what they're thinking about really where the dialogue has to start one hundred percent. I remember like some of my most popular posts. Were like me in bed on Sunday. Night Mallon down on five guys. Burger and fries. You know. That's the real human shit that people WANNA see from you. And then they know that it's safe to talk to you about what they struggle with tone absolutely right so like tying speaking your truth back into marketing. Marketing is one of those things that I think a lot of people cringe about when they think about shifting online are starting an online brand or or even an in person brand really like you need market right. But it's like this big word. That sounds really scary. How do you explain what marketing really is or how you teach it your clients in a way that takes overwhelm away? Yeah I think marketing is actually just putting yourself in more of the right people like your ideal customers. That's all it is because I think people get caught up in like what's Algorithm doing and this and that and to be honest I think that's all a little bit of bullshit like I had this experience where I spent like three thousand dollars. I hired this The issue is actually in Serbia and she was like. Oh Yeah. I'll help you grow your instagram. And all that so I was like cool like that's what I need to do to like. Make more sales make honestly nothing came from that investment and Yeah sure. I gained three thousand followers but I think the mistake that a lot of people in social selling make is there like oh if I get more followers it's gonNA equal more sales and that's just simply not the case you can have over ten thousand followers and it still not be driving sales and I think that when people think about trying to gain followers and this like hey girl hustle of like you know following people in in following people in all this crazy stuff. That's a rat race like stop doing that. And focus on. It's about who you are who you serve and what your messages. And now is your marketing dot as your heartbeat. Once you get that down pat then you can figure out okay people on facebook yes or no and you either decide to be there or you don't like you don't have to be everywhere because if you're everywhere like your message is going to be super scattered and it's not going to be impactful so it's really not only getting solid on your message but then choosing where my ideal customers actually at because not all of them might be on. Instagram. Maybe they're unlinked and maybe their facebook so there's just you know I think people get caught up in like what are the gestures doing and look at all her instagram followers. You know so. I think it's like trying to put blinders on and just focus on what you're there to
Getting bisphenol A out of food containers
"I up in our Green Chemistry special edition of the podcast. We have contributing correspondent. Warren Cornwall here with the story about finding a replacement for the common can lining chemical this funeral a or commonly known as EPA these days high. Warren you start with this fulcrum this point where the tab of a can of soda attached to the body of the Cana Soda. Why is that a good place to start the story? I never knew how amazing the science and engineering around making I can was started reporting this story in this particular case. Ace this point where the pull tab is. Attached to the top of an aluminum drink can is subject to these huge stresses. You have to imagine that the inside of this whole can is covered in this. Thin layer of plastic can't break in order to attach this poll tab to the top of the can Dan basically after pound with a machine on the can top to create this little bump and then the pull tab sits on the bump and then you mash that bump flat because the what is saying. It's the most difficult fabrication in the whole universe. But I think he says in their whole universe okay that makes you and the whole universe the people at Sern would appreciate that but in the universe can fabrication for linings. That's their crux. We're GONNA talk about the lighting's the special liner inside of these cans usually contains. BPA OR A. What exactly is the purpose can't ends contained all kinds of material that can potentially be corrosive all kinds of acidic drinks? I don't know if you remember from elementary school. Well experiment where one of your teachers would put a nail inside of a jar with coq a few days later. It'll be gone so yeah stuff is corrosive And apparently the kinds of stuff that we're putting into cans now is even more corrosive than it used to be. All of these kinds of fancy craft beverages energy. He drinks so they don't want to eat holes in the cans and then the flip side of that. Is that if you've ever put a piece of aluminum in your mouth. It tastes weird and you don't I don't want that flavor to go into the food or drinks so the properties a can lining material have our resists corrosion. Obviously obviously what other things are important. Doesn't create any weird flavors of its own. Ideally it's inert so it doesn't react with anything It's inside the can in a perfect doc world. It's not at all toxic. It's still a benign. It has to be as cheap as possible and it has to go on the cans really easily really quickly quickly because they're cranking out cans at a rate of two thousand a minute so BPA. Which I think most people have heard of at this point because of concerns about its effect on health? Health checks these boxes except for the health one. What are the health concerns when it comes to? BPA well the main concern is that it can mimic estrogen when the body encounters BPA it can bind with estrogen receptors. Enough that the body. Can I think that it's binding with estrogen. There's a lot of debate going on about how much of a health risk is really posed by. EPA in the levels that it's founded pardon people's bodies the FDA still allows it to be used in most food related containers with the exception of baby bottles and sippy cups so the is said that the science suggests that it's not really a problem in other settings said the chemical industry and other industry groups have taken that got same message but you have consumer groups environmental groups and some university researchers that have done work suggesting that it can be problematic one of the stats. You mentioned in your story. About how more than ninety percent of people who live in the US have EPA in their urine. We pretty much that'd be a and US And some governments non. US governments have also decided to ban PBA right. You know the only one that I know of its flea abandoned his France right and you know one of the thing. I should know just going back to a comment that you made earlier about. BPA and cans. I've been told that for food cans in the United States about ninety percent of it is non. BPA At this point so food cans like peas and corn drink cans to or know for aluminum. EMINEM drink cans. It's about fifty fifty. Okay they've cut way down on this but about how much. BPA is still out there. Do you know how many cans with US liner are made. Every year they are every month. Yeah estimates are worldwide that we crank out about four hundred fifty billion with a B. Tans every year yeah three hundred hundred and fifty billion of those are aluminum drink cans the other one. Hundred billion are food cans some not small percentage are lied with. That's right you talked to. Scientists at a company called Thou spar that came up with a a new alternative a few years ago and a very unusual way. How did they get involved? Vow Spar in two thousand seventeen was purchased by Sherwin Williams. Okay this company had a business. Making chemical can linings and and one of the significant parts of that business for them was making BP based linings but they and other manufacturers were seeing the pushback from consumers and some governments guest EPA and so they were looking for alternatives. What they were finding is that? The alternatives had drawbacks right. Some of them were for more expensive or didn't hold up as well or did perform in some way that Kanye manufacturers wanted or for if they were trying to find a replacement in the same family of chemicals as BPA that family abyss females. There was concern sern that those chemicals were going to have some of the same health related concerns that beep at everybody was pushing to find a replacement because the biggest fear fear is that governments are going to step in and say no more. BPA Right. I mean the thing that's interesting to me is that they decided to go for it. Because you can imagine a company saying Oh man that could be a really expensive yet and there's a guy in the story who kind of figures in the Tom Tom Mallon and he's interesting because he's very much industry insider he's worked at. This company is whole life but he from the outset said look. We're going to have to go about this a different way. We're GONNA have to reach out to people outside the industry people outside. The industry don't necessarily trust US anymore when it comes to things like BPA safety so we're going to have to think about this a different way. People tell me that this is really unusual. This is a real culture shift. So what did they do to narrow the pool of chemicals out there to replace. VP aligning so they bring in a chemist from the outside who has experience in the pharmaceutical industry and the pesticide industry. So basically he had this long list of bisque dolls. That might work as can liners and the first green that he did was running them through a computer program that would see whether they were likely to fit in the estrogen receptor or not and then the ones that came out as potentially a non estrogens they then sent off for a series of slab screenings. The basic one was a yeast screening where these yeast cells have been engineered to glow when they're exposed to estrogen compound. At that point they have to do more tests to find out if these chemicals are also going to work well as a can liner they finally narrow it down to one candidate. Wow it's called Tetra. Methyl BIS Funeral F or T. Mbps they narrowed it down to this one mechanical and it had passed them basic tests when it came to its ability to affect estrogen receptors. And it was able to stand up to The harsh environment of inside a can. This is where they turn to. Basically they turned to their critics and said you tell us that this isn't safe to wasn't said they were challenging them the way they described it to me as they were coming to scientists and saying we want to build a better molecule for this. What should we do to make sure that it's actually going to be safer? Yeah they posed this question to environmental and public health advocacy groups and they impose that same question to researchers who have done a lot of science studying BPA and they actually took the chemical to their labs and tested faceted out and a bunch of different ways. That's right they set up the payment in a way that the scientists said they kept their independence so so the best example is a endocrinologist at Tufts. Anna Soto has done a lot of work on. EPA and its effect on in breast tissue the company made a contribution to tufts with no strings attached so it was not hurt to her lab specifically and then she came to tufts and said give me money for my research search and she found that there weren't Astra genetic effects from this alternative to be. Yes right she didn't find any evidence that was stragetic And then the secondary element that that was interesting is that she didn't find evidence that the can lining was leaching any of its T. M. B. PF contents into into the liquids. This letting him ICAL has been approved by the FDA for use in food product container. So it's already on the market. It's already something that people have probably encountered in their day to day life. The company has their chemical has been used to line twenty two billion cans since twenty seventeen nine. Wow so a lot of cans but a small fraction of the overall universal cans right going back to the safety testing that we talked about. I think it sounds is wise to approach people who have built up the skills to test for Indian disruption in their labs but is there ever a way to know if something is safe. It's kind of like the bigger question if the FDA's testing aren't necessarily rigorous enough. What should be happening to show that a chemical a safe to go sit next to food that might absorb it? That's an open question. Part of what was interesting to me about. This story. Is that when val spar went looking for an alternative Bernard route for testing their product. There was no road map for them to follow And that's still the case. They can't point to a battery battery of tests and say look. We have jumped through these hoops that everybody has agreed are the hoops that we should jump through did it successfully and therefore we can declare our chemical to be a gold star. Green label chemical. Is there a movement to codify. Something is an endocrine disruptor if it does this and if it doesn't do these things these five things or these ten things and it's not an endocrine disruptor. There are various efforts to come up with better more more rigorous more detailed ways of screening chemicals for possible construction. Regulators would argue that they currently have tools for declaring declaring whether a chemical is an endocrine disruptor or not and they're working on improving them so it's not like they're saying that their ways the the only way and there's no improvement to be done right our other companies going to follow this model of looking for chemicals to replace something that people have a lot of questions sweat and then turning to people outside industry to test it for health concerns. I don't know I mean I've talked to some people who've said that they think it it's a promising model. They think that the experience of Alice bars had suggested a company can do it successfully. But you know I've talked to other people who've said that there are companies who are working to develop greener safer chemicals but have really chosen to do it internally and keep it to themselves salves partly because there is a concern that if you say that you're trying to replace one of your chemicals with something safer you're bringing attention into concerns about safety of the clear curly us. Well thank you so much more and I sure thank you Sarah. Warren Cornwall is a contributing correspondent piece in Washington State. You can find a link to his article and the rest of the special section on chemicals. Tomorrow's Earth at science mag dot org slash podcast
Truth vs. Lies: Anime
"Every week we bring onto grownups one. I think you're GonNa know where this is going. An expert the other also an expert. Uh No a liar. Yes and it's the job of a human child to help us figure out who who'd get spot a liar better than a kid. What are we about about today? Deborah we are lying about. Hannah may a style of Japanese animation that is known for colorful graphics and action packed stories that often take place in the future or fantasy World Lisa. Do you know anything about anime. Well it just so happens that there is an anime character modeled after me. Who is that so it was Mecca Music Moto? He was a giant sound machine in the future. Wow more concern observe somewhere with that. We could see that enemy No unfortunately he didn't reduce go over very well People wanted to see action but Mecca music. Modo was all music all the time you know. How do I do and Show was cancelled after the pilot. I'm sorry to hear that. But it's a thing we appreciate sound machines here. And now and we'd love to hear the sound of you telling us about our contestant that's it way better than anime thank you sure are human child. Contestant is an eleven year old from Waterloo Ontario Canada who loves surf and as a five pound dog named Lola. Back Up. Bafana's Hi Becca. Welcome to pants on fire. Take you came all the way from Canada. That's amazing. Have you been here before. No this is my first time. Oh so nice. I hope you have a great time. Are you planning on doing anything anything fun while you're in town. I think we're going to go to Central Park Nice. That sounds like fun. I'd love to go deborah. Take me I will take you. If you'd like to go anytime any time. You said the dogs are Peon me. Not say that but it's probably true that would probably happen and also tell me you own a small business. Is that correct. You're an entrepreneur. Uh what kind of business do you have a dog Englishness. I have a full total of one client five pound dog now. It's my mom's friend dog know her mom's friends dog. Oh that makes sense. Yes and what is the name of Your Business and that does barking mad dog walking walking services. I loved that. Did you come up with that yourself. Yeah that is fantastic. Will Best of luck but we also want to know more about you back up but we're going to do quit while we play our game to choosing ally so you are going to tell us three facts about yourself. Two of those facts will be true. One we'll be ally Lisa and anybody. You're listening to the PODCAST. We'll try to figure out which one is ally. Okay Becca. Tell us your three facts. Okay I've been to La. I broke my wrist on the first week of school. I Love Sharks and WanNa swim with them. One day. Okay I think the line is breaking the ricin and because if she wants to swim with sharks she definitely wouldn't want to swim with that's true. So yeah that's why the broken wrist you think is the lie all right back coat which one of those things is to lie. I have been to La. I've never gone tally. You've got it wrong would you like to go to La one day. Hopefully we'll maybe didn't come on the show me we could get you the LA. Jeez oh no. Don't listen to him okay. Our first expert is Paul Wolcott. Paul can you please introduce yourself tobacco as High Becker. My name is Paul Wall. Glad I'm a freelance Manga artist working on three different titles right now. So I'm very busy. Okay Hey and our next expert is Carrie Mallon Carey. Can you please introduce yourself tobacco. Hi Becca I'm Carrie Mallon and I'm a coma creator. That means that I create anime aimed at young audiences like kids under the age of ten. I most famous for my character tools pup chime make youtube luke videos about Berry interesting Nazi shuts they have some food on a Hibachi or something Lisa I do and it's GonNa be delicious but also yes S. eight times that is that's right. That's when we put our experts on the hot seat while they answered questions Lisa. Who should we put on the hot seat? I I'm going to go with Kerry. Because she said she does stuff on Youtube and maybe if I'm nicer she'll introduce me to those people who do the youtube videos where they open up. All these videos may open up bags and you're like what's it going to be in that egg and then you get inside and it's a toy and you're like Oh my God. I love that tour. That sounds very cool. Can't wait to see that carry you GonNa Hook me up I'll I'll find out if I know anyone in the world very good. Okay Beck. I do have a question for Kerry A. K.. What exactly do you do What I do like on a regular day to day basis ACIS is computer animation of characters that I've created? I was really inspired when I was a kid by. Hello Kitty and so Tuttosport my character. There is a super cute French bulldog who has all these adventures and he's always on his way out the door and that's where he got the name tools So I create those on my computer using to Zucca programming and then I upload them onto the Internet where they've gotten a quite a following. If I do say so myself you should put them inside of an egg. Maybe next time the reason why I was inspired to work in the first place was that I feel like kids. Kids love it. Adults love it. Even older people love it like. I don't know if you know this. But in Japan there's a whole version of an ray called the game okay which is aimed at older audiences and it's specifically about older characters like eighty and older telling stories about their grandchildren's success? Okay cool and call. What do you do exactly? Yes I'm illustrator. which the illustrates Manga Stories? Now do the pencilling inking and coloring. I have a Manga coming out next year called Sheesh Bro which is really female female empowering we see a lot of male male female roles and not a lot of female roles. I've really wanted to switch up the game a little bit. Well thank you if I was GONNA be What you do carry? What tips would you give me? I would say the first thing to do is come up with something that you find cute because If you find a cute than likely a whole bunch of other people well There's another character in my episodes. That's Larry the typewriter so sometimes like inanimate objects can be cute. So look around your world Decide what if you added is to it would become a character and then start doodling. Becca do you not typewriter is this is something from ancient time. Yeah just check it and by the way machines are not just cute. Were ruggedly handsome as well. Yes fair point.
Shoppers expected to spend $730 billion this season
"Shoppers are expected to spend even more money this year than they did last year. The National Retail Federation predicts that over the holiday shopping seasons of through Christmas Americans. We'll spend around seven hundred and thirty billion dollars. That's with a B. A lot of that will still happen at physical stores but a survey from pricewaterhousecoopers. WBZ for the first time this year found that the majority of shoppers are saying they plan to do most of their holiday shopping online like Lou rather than in stores and that's actually really one of the reasons why to me and a lot of retail watchers one of the biggest themes this year. Is this slow. Change of the meaning of black Friday is beginning to disappear or is it just going join online. Well we have to clear. That still is the busiest shopping day of the year for most stores but for the past two years the number of people oh heading to stores Ford. Those doorbuster deals has inched lower. Shoppers are now armed with smartphones. They can do instant price checks on. What's going on at other your stores? Is it worth standing in line. Here I talked to Peter fader professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and he says more stores are also realizing that maybe the people who only show up one weekend November are not the best customers and so they're broadening their appeal with really strong online discounts and sales on so many days of the year including more made up shopping holidays like cyber Monday this coming Monday or prime day and this year also because the calendar gave us a super late Thanksgiving there fewer days between now and Christmas some stores started offering black Friday sales like weeks earlier back in October and and all this is washing out that meaning of black Friday. It's still huge but maybe not the focal point of Holiday Shopping Alina. What's going to make parents desperate this year? Your people stand in line. What's GonNa be big well? Overall the top sellers are close and gift cards. But then as you're alluding to the toys are huge. Actually my colleague. Dr Is Rafi. Spent Black Friday. The iconic toys R. US. You may remember. The company went bankrupt in twenty seventeen but a former executive is trying to bring back starting with two locations. The first one in New Jersey opened on black Friday and they are Darius spoke to shopper. Monica Mallon it's been kind of a staple growing up so so we've been doing black Friday on toys for many years up until they closed their doors so excited to see come back and as far as the hottest toys of the season. Go the classics like legos and barbies. Hot Wheels American girl dolls. They're still at the top of the list for many shoppers but Internet sales tracked by analytics. Showed that so far this week online. Fine the biggest sellers are yellow surprise dolls and pretty much anything related to the movie frozen to Shows Fan at all off coming to a shelf near you. NPR's Lena Shell thanks so much. Thank you
U.S. prosecutors open criminal probe of opioid makers, distributors
"We are following a developing story in the OPIOID makers the Wall Street Journal Reporting Federal Prosecutors have opened up a criminal probe into a number of these companies. Let's get right now to make trump back at CNBC HQ with more details. Make Hey Brian well. These companies are already facing thousands of lawsuits over their role nuclear crisis. And this may be a case of another negative headline rattling stocks. Now we already knew that these drug makers and distributors had received subpoenas from US attorneys concerning the controlled Substances Act Johnson and Johnson. Kevin Mallon Cotton Amnio on the drug company side and Amir Source Bergen mckesson of the distributors now. The Journal reported today that federal prosecutors have opened a criminal investigation into drug companies examining whether they violated that act which the Journal points out is normally used to go after drug dealers. I spoke with Bernstein analyst. Ronnie Gal who said he was surprised that the stocks were moving so sharply lower on this. He said investigations investigations are one thing but criminal prosecutions would be another and right now. The report is that the probe is in its early stages but he also pointed out that these stocks had recovered quite a bit over the last month on some potential expected relief in these lawsuits particularly Teva. Some of the companies have reached a tentative settlement framework with some state attorneys general over the OPIOID the degation but not all states are on board. And it's not a done deal. Meanwhile oxycontin maker Purdue Pharma continues to make its way through bankruptcy trying to get more CDs on board with its settlement proposal which is contingent engine unsettling DOJ probes as well and a New York case against multiple companies is scheduled to go to trial early next year unless a settlement is reached. They're the headline today. Just another reminder reminder guys at this saga is far from over for these companies brand make tro make thank you very much or you guys. Just talk more about this. I mean these are big names. The stocks got hit today but this is an issue. We're talking about a criminal probe. We're not talking about a civil case. We're talking about criminal charges here. So the headline risks of significant name like mckesson for example. And it's done this a number number of times within the last six months one thirty one fifty five back to one thirty back to one fifty five. It's probably headed back down to the thirty five W. trade these stocks right now. You don't autumn because that's not the environment we find ourselves in people will say mckesson nine times. It's cheap it is cheap but the headline risk is too severe. So it's down seven percents today my senses senses this further room to the downside but one thirty five level. I think you close your eyes and you buy it again. Well if you think about John Jaso they are clearly both. The most diversified in the one is the biggest balance-sheet and in fact rallied On a couple of small state settlements in terms of civil charges. So I if you think about the headlines that are going to continue to fly in the face of of frankly on Johnson Johnson a handful of fronts. I don't think you have to go in there and run. You don't have to run in there tomorrow and buy it but I do think you have a dynamic here with a company that is at least I made it very clear. There are places where they think you know. It's worth settling and places where they're going to dig in very hard and ultimately we've seen this balance sheet is actually a rallying cry for the stock during difficult times time so I actually think this very well insulated around here is best as I can understand it very unclear. Federal Criminal Environment. Yeah I mean you got teva which is down fifty four percents year Amnio which is probably too small dimension. I mean make mention it so I will again. But it's down eighty three percent. Let's not forget about you. Remember insys therapeutics. Anybody Remember Insurance Nancy. They filed for bankruptcy in June. The stock basically went to zero because they had criminal charges around opioids now. They were more of a sort of a biotech nick base in Arizona. The point I'm trying to make here and I do wonder you don't know where these are going to go. This is the national crisis. We're talking about criminal charges. Any reason to own any of them in that circumstance. I guess if I had to own one I would go to John Jay with seventy and they can afford it right. The balance sheet is as Tim. Tim is talking about is the best shape of any of them. But I don't think you need to. I don't know why you need to I don't know why you need to chase him. Go
Sugar Cane, Squalane and Sustainability in Beauty with Biossance
"Today. We have a really exciting main feature. I was quite giddy about we have an interview interview with Catherine Gore who is the president of bioscience not the United States or the universe which is a skincare brand primarily early skincare and she is really really interesting really lovely. I understand is trying to get his treats out off the shelf. Anderson in Cooper you bad baby. We've finished arteries your Navon yours yet but yeah I went into the view quite skeptical say Apr.. We know how I feel about clean beauty. We talked about this last episode. I can be a bit skeptical about what that means. What is but she turned me right around on everything they're doing is very much about sustainability and yet protecting the environment a bigger issue as much better. I'm more to think about that one to thank you bye clean shuttle but bioscience and Catherine fascinating also she was one of the first employees he's at Sephora ever wow yeah she's nojeim an og Sephora Gal and like you'll hear so much more. She is such a fascinating surreal the bronze that she worked on she worked on in house branding at Sephora in their product development on the cap on D. and on Fendi and I'm jake is fascinating woman and it's a fascinating brand so stay tuned for that definitely love that as all chat but before we get to that is news news news flash off the the press fresh off the off the press it's fresh. I'm hot as fresh impression so press news what you got Lindsay. We've got we've. We've got just fucking loads of pilots. Well you know what's coming at you. Do know what's coming. After I get married yeah I mean I'll have put off by a able to pull off the excitement a little bit because it's wedding then birthday than Halloween Dan in Christmas. You've time this very well. You've it's like I feel like on sex city. which is like you get a day? Yeah you get the day and your home. I'm having to I start two days three frocks living the dream but yeah I mean you know I feel about Christmas. You know you are in my living room right now juicy behind me where this Blue Gutierrez count. That's the tree. Massive data is going to be massive. It's GonNa be it's GONNA be sobek alarm so excited about it and that's just not Sanderson is managed it in a box good boy. Clever cavs looks pleased with himself. I know you're very good is still not getting any traits. We get intrigued so we in all kinds of trees. Christmas trees Christmas treats. I do love this about Christmas launches because normally when it gets too close to holiday Chalets Fox's oxes and sets of things. I don't need don't know don't care about but now is the Hawk full-time when we're getting really really sexy. Mallon agreed aide pilots four days off the pilots. There are so many there are so many so the first one. I want to draw everyone's attention to is a new twenty-eight Shade Palate from Natasha DNA. We all know what this means. It means no money. No money's in the bank I mean spending spending spending but we also means exceptional quality Anderson's. GonNa need to tell him to stop it. That's not a box for you. That's a box of very nice beauty products for me and Anti Harry to review you obviously he's touching it so delicate no little idiot he was now. He's like I'm going to get in. Yes thank you. I'm sorry I had to be. We don't be naughty yet. It's it's spending but it's GonNa be good it's going to be I have yet to meet. Natasha denote a ballot salad. I didn't want to bend over and show good time. I won't lie. I mean they're beautiful aren't they. They're just donning. I'm all in for the minis and there is a new mini coming. I do love the mini mini gold polycom which I'm very excited about if you are not in the
Johnson & Johnson Ordered to Pay $572 Million in Landmark Opioid Trial
"So this is a landmark and defendants johnson and johnson and johnson's misleading marketing and promotion of tate's created a nuisance as defined by fifty s section one including finding that those actions compromise compromised the health and safety of thousands of oklahomans. It's the first time that a judge as ever held a drug company responsible responsible for the opioid epidemic lenny bernstein covers health and medicine for the post. He was in the courtroom in oklahoma yesterday. When a judge ruled that johnson johnson johnson will have to pay five hundred and seventy two million dollars for its role in the opioid crisis. He ruled that johnson and johnson. Jason took part in a campaign of misinformation deception that persuaded doctors and opioid consumers that these drugs dogs were less addictive than they really were and more helpful than they really were. He ruled that johnson and johnson because because it owned two companies for awhile that produced the active ingredients for opioids and sold them to other companies which which then turn them into drugs was responsible all of this despite the fact that johnson and johnson's own drugs account for just about one one percent of the opioids prescription opioids consumed in oklahoma city their argument is that they can't have played such a major role in the opioid epidemic amac but this judge found otherwise yes that was one of their arguments they made several but yes that that's the key right there they're saying how can we be held old culpable and asked to pay five hundred seventy two million dollars to clean this up if our drugs were only one percent of the opioids in oklahoma that is certainly one of the things that they will bring up on appeal so this five hundred and seventy two million dollars that johnson and johnson has been ordered to pay hey. Where is that money going well first off. We have to remember that. No one's gonna see that money probably for years if johnson and johnson does carry harry through on its promise to appeal they'll go up to the oklahoma supreme court i and that could take a couple of years and if they lost their they go to the u._s. Supreme court and that could take another couple of years typically the payment of the money would be stayed all that occurs. If by some miracle they turned around tomorrow and wrote a check either for five seventy two or something less than that it would be going to treatment it would be going to prevention education law enforcement emergency services. There are babies babies born dependent on opioids who need all kinds of care. There are children in foster care whose parents are unable to take care of them and so the state is taking care of them. All of those places would get some money and for the attorneys for the state of oklahoma and did did they feel like this five hundred and seventy two million dollars was what what they were looking for that. It's enough to take care of a lot of the problems saito seen so. This is probably the most interesting thing that happened yesterday. The the state of oklahoma asked for seventeen point five billion over thirty years so if you look at five hundred seventy two million <hes> it's a much smaller amount now now a judge bachmann said was i can tell that for the first year it's going to cost five hundred seventy two million to take care of this crisis what the state did not present me with sufficient evidence to decide is what happens after that. I just can't tell so. The number is much smaller than what the state asked for but it's a one in your number of course the opioid epidemic is not going to be abated one year. It's going to take decades and what what's really interesting about. This is the fact that this is just one line of many legal cases that are starting to come up against drug companies blaming them and holding them responsible for the opioid crisis so how what is this ruling in oklahoma effect what we might be seeing in these other legal cases against other drug companies around the country so we've got two sets of cases going foreword. We've got another forty some odd states that are suing any number of drug companies just like oklahoma and then we have cities counties native american tribes hospitals other groups numbering somewhere around two thousand plaintiffs and they are all consolidated in a federal case in cleveland so let's put that aside for a second looking at the state cases you would expect okay oklahoma one using these theories to the extent that that is possible under each state law you would expect that state to adopt as much of the strategy that oklahoma used as possible because after all it's a winning strategy at least here however we did have a case in north dakota in may where the judge threw out a similar claim against purdue and said that doesn't work here so while this is a landmark it subject to the vagaries of different states different laws different defendants <hes> on the state level now i will say that if a judge is willing to find a company liable and they only produce one percent of the drugs consumed in a state you might be encouraged by that because if you're suing mallon qrat if you're suing purdue if you're suing any of the larger manufacturers you might be thinking to yourself today. A boy johnson and johnson was held liable and they only produced one percent of drugs. I've got a guy who produced twenty or thirty percent of the drugs or a company that distributed twenty or thirty thirty percent of the drugs moving over to the federal lawsuit. It's much less certain. Federal cases are different from state cases and those are cities and counties rather than states so i think we should be cautious in the amount of influence with tribute <hes> to the federal cases so for the lawyers who were fighting on behalf of the seat of oklahoma. Uh what was the strategy or the legal argument that they were making that ended up being successful so oklahoma had one claim and one claim only they claimed that the drug companies and eventually it just became johnson johnson has they settled with a couple of others that that the drug companies created a public nuisance in the state of oklahoma that affected the health and wellbeing of every resident of the state public nuisance law aw is generally used for property problems is i am sledding your backyard with my sprinkler system. If if a polluter is polluting river if a brothel is creating a nuisance on the street and and we wanted shut down you go to the the court and you claim that it's a public nuisance and the remedy is that the court makes you stop it. Make me stop flooding your backyard. They closed down the brothel. They make the polluter stop. Stop putting stuff into the river. The lawyers here took a very novel approach to public nuisance. Lie may be unprecedented which they said said because public nuisance covers the health and well being of the residents of the state of oklahoma. We are claiming that johnson and johnson violated the public nuisance law because they affected the health of everyone here. Now oklahoma has a broad public nuisance law many other states and cities and counties. He's also have public nuisance laws but vary so it's not entirely certain whether that argument would work in other places but were tear when you look at the ruling from this case and the legal arguments that are being made in these other cases against companies that are being accused of fueling the opioid crisis. What do you think is the big question. That's being asked here the big question that's being thought about here in terms of culpability ability so anybody who even opens their eyes or reads the newspaper or watches television asian knows that we had a prescription opioid epidemic in this country for many years and it still continues today it. It may be a little bit on wayne but it happened and many thousands tens of thousands of people died. The question is can you prove to
"mallon" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Brought to you by the GMC podcast. Now, I'm your host Jeff Mallon off. And boy, we got some interesting news for you today. We got the possible number three pick in the NFL draft being traded. But the question is who would want that number three picking is it necessary to take them or three pick or people already sitting in stone. They want at their certain position in the draft coming up in about a month. When there's a middle NATO ish in Nashville, Tennessee, so. With that being said, we're also going to be talking about certain. Certain news regarding this Steelers drama is that continues to be a pain and everyone's behind and potential game in China that forty Niners may maybe hosting and what that mean for the future of the NFL. So we'll talk about as well and everything else that needs to be discussed we will discuss. But first things first the jets are very quote, very open, Detroit, you the number three pick in this year's draft. And most of those draft mock drafts have the jets taking a Josh Allen at of Kentucky, not the quarterback at of Wyoming. Does he William and? Yeah, he's one of my ohm ING, but the edge rusher from Kentucky who is supposed to be a potential franchise player too. That's very interesting to say, the least and also it's coming to the attention of that they are saying if any. Any offers any officer Incheon will come their way. We will definitely take a look at them. But the question is what kind of offer are they thinking that is interesting to them. Like is it this year's first next year's first type of thing or is immoral on the lines of just like, maybe not this year's first. But next year's I if they don't get this your first next year, I but this your second that also could be a possibility. It's very casualty. So that could work always -ly so get out to give up some high draft picks high round for a second maybe even possibly third draft picks for that number three pick to get the Josh Allen or Quinton Williams that they desire. But that is that is my prediction of who's going to be the. That's going to be who is going to be the number three Piggly Javed's between those two definitely for me. And that's quitting Williams. And that is also. Josh Allen, either one is definitely a playmaker for a defensive for the jets. I mean, they could really use another defensive player that got CG Moseley..
"mallon" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
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"mallon" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
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"mallon" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Host Jeff Mallon with me is Mark Souza. We got some things to talk about today. Not all NFL. We have the Alliant of American football talk about week. One is come and gone the first week and how they react to it headed. I react to it. How did you react to it Mark? We'll see we'll we all talk about. And we'll also talk about some free agent moves might ripple the NFL to its very foundation, maybe not found Asian but to other teens maybe and we'll talk about other things that need to happen in this off season that make an exciting because we need that. Because the baseball offseason is not exciting at all. Paint drying anyways movie on af Lyons American football week one. The first games of the season where the Landau Apollo's versus the Atlanta legends as well as the sandiego fleet bursts is the San Antonio commanders. So that brings us to what happened in those games we had one high scoring game actually and team by this is true. One team had won high scoring game. This is this is the facts that happened. And also we had one that not so much as arlando just destroyed Atlanta. They weren't very legendary in this game. They lost forty two six and the San Antonio commanders hand, the loss Inigo fleet fifteen to six. Yep. And so my question to you is did you watch these games? I saw some action from a couple of these games. What were your thoughts on the on the play? How did were you entertain? Did you like or Landau give him the championship? I don't know what the is not the Super Bowl. What do they call? It. Just called the championship. The title. I only have for yet. The awesome bowl. Call the American bowl. Boom. Yeah. We're giving them the awesome bowl championship that. How would what would you? Would you go the Super Bowl that? You're not allowed to call it the superb. Owl superb L, what are called superb Alex championship. That was actually a jeopardy. I was watching jeopardy tonight in one of the categories was the superb. Al you're kidding on the football category. They heard this show whoever has hers whenever say, they probably heard it from you, really bad idea. But anyways. I love football question on jeopardy. Bezos, the only ones I get right? And he weighs. And you love it. Don't you love it? When gets it wrong on jeopardy. You're like it's like it's like the easiest question to you. And then tones on answering your biting, your just remember when you're laughing they're laughing at you when you're saying ridiculous things of the other categories. Oh, absolutely. But you get that one moment of. Like. This guy said imile Dickinson. What what was the question to for what you know, like some American lit question. I guess, but I love the fact that you get us. We'll get that one moment of how we're actually have some things we they know that we know that they don't know. Yeah. So in there like they can be smart about mathematician, and history and. Electronics and all that other good stuff. Spur your man. He's the goat. Give him the championship. All ready. The coach Ryan. Oh, yeah. He's oh. Remember what he was coaching the NFL? Now, they're put them. I do remember. In fact, his famous quote was after he had a terrible season with the Redskins where the beat the Cowboys once at two times he said, well, this is what they were Redskins. Brought me in for beat the Cowboys and they're like five and eleven at the time. Well, I think his main quote was did that thing on Monday night, football or movies. And I were he went on for like, look like thirty seconds of I came and do it. But that's probably what he's most iconic for anyways. The other games that happened on Sunday. We're actually the Birmingham iron train Richardson's Berlin iron because I don't know anyone else on that team of note versus the Memphis maniac secretion. Hackenberg. Memphis maniacs. Maniacs express. I I said the XFL team. The Memphis maniacs. My bad, I meant the Memphis express. Excuse me. As they got blink twenty-six nothing. Yep. Christian hackenberg. Not the start the debut. He was looking for. Yeah. And I said this on this podcast. If you go on freezing cold takes on Instagram that account is gold because someone's praise hackenberg..
"mallon" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast
"I'm your host Jeff Mallon often with you as always Mark up. We are at after the weekend of the trade deadline ending. And we have new teams some new lineups, basically. And who won who laws? We'll talk about that. And but first things first seventy Sixers he to buy his Harris and are looking to be a not just a great team in the east, but meaning elite team in the east, what are your thoughts on their improvement with the addition of Tobias Harris. Yeah, I thought that addition was big time near the trade deadline now, they get basically, I guess the last missing puzzle piece to their starting lineup. It's crazy to think about where this team was at the beginning of the season. What the Rosser looked like? And now they have Jimmy Butler. Now, they have Tobias Harris. They added Mike scoff that bench. Another good score. This team looks very formidable right now, and you could make the argument that this lineup is the best starting lineup in the east. And maybe the second best starting lineup in the entire league. And of course, behind golden say because just there's no there's no need to explain. But I totally agree with you this this starting lineup is for is amazing at act. Yes. Like, and it doesn't in not too long ago. This was the joke of the NBA this trust the process saying, and it's worked to perfection he ate you hate. I can't believe I'm saying that but it's worked and with all of that. It's just adds to the fact that this any six fifteen could be moving from it may be I know the bucks in raptors and Pacers are still ahead of them. But I don't say I'm not surprised if I predict them to win the east when it comes out and play off time. Yeah. For sure I mean. They're not too far only five games five games behind Milwaukee. Yeah. I would say they're probably not gonna win the conference. Just because of what there's like thirty games left. Maybe a little bit less in the entire season. So I'm looking at Philadelphia. So they have about twenty six games left. So maybe not enough games for them to win the conference. But there maybe they get the two spot or maybe they just. Oh. He says is in the number one. See I meant like get to the finals. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So in the planet. I don't I don't I don't get the number one seed, I it could happen. No, get me wrong. But this team could make a run in the playoffs. That's that's what I meant. I feel like this team is due for this team is deep enough for debruyn is what I'm saying. Absolutely. I think they've thrown themselves in the mix for best team in the Eastern Conference and guard us of what the standing say at the end of the year, just because they added to bias Harris. I mean, you look at this team Tobias Harris might be the guy him or Jimmy Butler could help guarding guys. Like Kawai honest. I just think that right now it's a numbers game..
"mallon" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"I'm your host Jeff Mallon often with me as always as Mark Souza. We got some stuff talk about in the NFL and football in general most like most notably the overtime rules and our thoughts on them. What needs to be changed? What maybe doesn't need to be changed? Also, just any other egg lay shins in the NFL rule that we think should be changed as well. As some other as aspects of the world of football, such as German fed in and his DWI arrests and also Super Bowl the Super Bowl in Atlanta and their vendors and how cheap the food's gonna be. We'll talk about that as well. And some other cursor winds being selfish. He was someone did was someone did quote and say he was a selfish guy, which was interesting. Do you agree with that statement? Do you think it's? All bunch of baloney, or do you think there's something to it? We will explore that next segment. Okay. We'll get writing that. But I talk about rule changes in the NFL. There are rumors going around that the NFL is thinking about using pass interference penalties as reviewable thing where you can have it reviewed any change in change the outcome of the game. And I think we know why it's being talked about due to the no call pass interference call that happened against between the saints and the Rams which ultimately led to the Rams heading in the Super Bowl and big big factor in that game. I think you probably the biggest factor, but I love you will also forget that. There wasn't spared. They did a jumping head kick to somebody on the ground you ever that? Yeah. There are other interesting things that have was multiple. There was won't will miss facemask calls. So my question to you is not should they review passive hearings? But should they review all penalties? I think that there shouldn't be a limit to what they can review that'd be a limit. There should not be a limit. There should not be. Okay. There should not be a limit. And I know one person who agrees with me, and he is coaching the Super Bowl Bill Bill to give her to them. No just sounds. Sounds. Sounds like a quiet guy been in the background in the league for some time. Not really a not not a talker. He's not a talker. You know, he's like this. And it's very slow doesn't offer a lot of personnes hall emperor Pablo team for a reason guys. It's his voice that also helps and the hood. Talked and for belting like they're like think of the game. It was good. We got the win you in. So yes, Jeff, I think NFL coaches should be allowed to challenge anything. Now. Should they have a limit to how many times it can do this? Yeah. For sure you can't challenge have it. Howdy challenge. In the first quarter is have to challenges like normal two, maybe three. But no more. You're gonna add another challenge. I don't know. I don't know. I saying they're Chauve him it. So the booth can review the last two the booth can also review anything there's no limit to what the booth or just the coaches. No, I like how the current rules are in place where scoring plays in the last two minutes is up to the fishy. Like, I like that. Because I think those are two important..
"mallon" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left
"I haven't seen the is it murder Mallon. Is it true? It's true cry this. I mean. Mount isn't the name of the strain of a we'd probably be now, but murder mountain is technically the nickname that one of the areas of homeboy county received in because it's basically become a hotbed of violence that is been both exaggerated and intensified by legalization, but it's also partially them sticking to their own outsider lifestyles and refusing to change. Yeah. So and over the years, a part of the reason why I think legalization is good. Is that the murder mountains got got filled with fucking like it's not just old hippies. Anymo-? No. So like the fucking the cartels got involved in the fucking they're Russians up there. There's all this kind of weird mixtures of all these criminal counterculture. Like for me, you know. I'm speaking for myself, but I'm a Cirque soul that you agree. This has been like we're for the small. We'd farm. Oh, yeah. You got a little niche. We'd company of fucking blast it out. I'll smoke that fucking ish. And I will. Tell everybody how thick trunk you. The clouds are and how lavender the fuck and smoke is that can swallow it around my ill the thing that makes me most excited for two thousand nineteen is the possibility of legalization here in New York state need it, man. Those don't don't we don't need to be making salsa up here, but we should be making. Zero one Henry mentioned that they were Russian there were some Russian up there. Although they look to be walking pretty slow to me. I'll be all let me just jump out of the car right now. And I'm sorry if someone hit a tree laughing so hard. Wow. Yes. And murder and just lastly, a shows you it's really interesting from a criminal Justice standpoint to the cops and the people on murder mount, and they have a tumultuous relationship, and then legalization happens in the people are like we could use some police work, sir than the cops are like you've been mean to us for forty years. And then the people are like could you do your jobs, and then the guy for like, well, if you apologize? It will it's unfortunately, it's this big fucking war of the squares versus the hippies that still exists. It's the guys that are just kind of born which I understand you fought this. We'd war for a long time county the denizens of it. They didn't want you there. They fought you. They used to say that they would be afraid for their lives. So John on some level there there. It's like some kind of chip on their shoulder. But also, you're the fucking cops get over it. Yeah. Anyway, they shed some fascinating footage as well of the war on drugs. One looked like during the eighties literally squats looks like a military invasion, and all they do is go there, and they pull out the plants, and it's like, graduations. I don't know why you didn't. A are fifteen to do this. But nonetheless, anyway, I don't want to be to Doug Benson about this. But when I saw them grinding up plants I wanted to cry. Just being like they were hacking up. These player was horrible. Be like you seriously or not gonna look at those cones of freedom. You're not going to look at those big fucking Sakya. Lls of deliciousness and not just stick your face in them. You can assholes you're really going to grind this shit up. Some of it home. It's nasty wouldn't they do have you guys heard of meth mountain? No, they can do. They can break down math. That's Chattanooga, Tennessee. I love a guy in a bus told me that I really meth mountain. Okay. All rhyme in do they need a whole mountain. I don't think they need to hold bathtub. I don't think you can make it in all saying, I'm just saying divert some of that police attention to member on maybe leave maybe leave marijuana mountain in incarceration, isn't the answer. But again, let's move on murder out. And check it out. Let's go out to our first story. Now, this story's made national attention it takes place in it. It's another Wisconsin story. And I don't know what the hell is going on with my home state of whisk, but we have. Had some crime stories there. Dave had crime stories in the past. But it seems to be it's like they got sick of Florida being the front runner. So they cited to catch up. I guess so..
"mallon" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"Brought to you by the GMC podcast network. I'm your Jose coffee. Thank God for coffee. I'd coffee on the way here. I'm your host Jeff Mallon off with Steph coffee. Yeah. You have an addiction. I think I'll get a headache. Okay. That's actually a serious issue. Yeah. Get a headache coffee like four or five days a week. I haven't for five days a week, and I don't get headaches. When you don't drink. Don't you kind of feel like no, no groggy like well. Because I haven't I bet you'll notice now now that I mentioned it it'll be a Saturday and you back. Why do I feel so with our? Yeah. I just yeah. I just eat breakfast like normal person. Anyways. Shut up. Anyways. Welcome everybody. We're gonna talk about Cala arena hymns declare the NFL draft. What does this mean for his future in word is is hold the NFL as well? As Chicago in there kicking challenge at a bar as well as their opinions about cream hunt in signing him this off season. And what else we got on the Genda? We're gonna talk about Clemson and their visit to the White House and the delicious feast they were given. Did you ever mentioned Adam gays because we're oh, yes. Adam gays in his press conference or definitely gonna talk about that for good fit in Tonio ground. Oh, yeah. What receivers in general? We'll talk about that. So we have first though, it's all about Cairo Murray and his decision to sounds like he's going to be entering the NFL Jaffe can turn around and go back. He has seventy two hours to back out..
"mallon" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"I'm your host Jeff Mallon off with me as Mark Souza's. Always we got weeks exte- match of talk about we got coaches in the hot seat to talk about. But let's start off with week sixteen matches. We got games on Saturday and Sunday. And a lot of them have a lot riding on them. There are a lot of games with playoff implications this week, which makes it fun. I think there's maybe two or three maybe a couple more than that. But not too many that are, you know, have both teams involved that really don't have a show for anything. I just I know this game is on Saturday. But I just got an update on my telephone in Oto Beckham junior's out for the colts. Keys out. That's on. Okay. They plan Sunday. Yeah. Yeah. That's a major advantage for the colts. That is I doesn't it seem where that they just haven't shut him down. He has a weird groin injury. Who had to go see a specialist for? They don't have anything for. We're growing injury sounds. I know what you mean. But it just sounds good. You know, it's get a stay in there forever. Yeah. I bet. Yeah. You know what I mean? Right. Like, why are they messing around? Like, why would you miss about with a freaking groin injury? Like when it's your star receiver that that could be potentially turned out to be something minor and go into something major, you know, meaningless, KOMO can easily tears growing. Yeah. If that wouldn't that be a disaster. I mean, the giants have enough problems. They don't need Odell Beckham not being on the team next year. That's what they definitely don't. Yeah. But they always when they have towns of players they always 'push to the brink. They've that's like the been their MO for years though. All right. So one jump into the Saturday games. Sure. Let's talk about do we tell the listeners. We'll be talking about talking about week sixteen and yeah. And Vance Joseph we have heard. We have heard the rumors. Yes. But we'll get on vanish over then later segment, but we'll tell what we sixteen right away. We got Redskins titans. Tomorrow one thirty Pacific time both these teams can still fight for a playoff spot. Both are on the outside looking in on looking in excuse me. And right now, I think the advantage has a team that has their quarterback Marcus mariota against Josh Johnson. Who was only started one game. Right. Just johnson. Hey played. Well, you wanna game? So Cameron take that away from him Lee. That was like his first win. He did win a football game is the first one ever rate. Pretty sure. Isn't it funny to be a thirty two year old quarterback? And then you look at Kerry Collins long does the on the bench for before he got a chance to start. Did you have a he played games before? I know. But he just he played for the Panthers for number of years. Right. I mean, I don't I remember him. Just be on the sideline for the for the Redskins. Didn't carry Collins beat the forty Niners of bunch of times. He probably did. I don't know. Went because he played for seventeen years. So he played back. Ninety five to ninety eight. Yeah. That's right. Two time pro bowler Kerry cons once in nineteen Ninety-six interesting, and he played like two thousand nine also about that for a second. He made the Pro Bowl in ninety six and then in two thousand eight hell funny is that the long is that a record in be in between pro bowls. I'm pro via record that. I I wouldn't be surprised if it was you almost think that if I it wasn't record. I get somebody else had it'd be like a specialist like a kicker punters Lino like, but very very special s for sure it's weird to say a quarterback did though. It's funny. Yeah. Well, he was again, he was back up for the probably well, you say just his entire career, basically. Yeah. I mean, he played he was a starter for a number of years. But but yeah..
"mallon" Discussed on GSMC Basketball Podcast
"I'm your host Jeff Mallon off it with me is my good friend. My buddy basketball, amigo, Mark Souza would up. How are you today? Sir. Hey, I'm doing pretty good. There's been some good basketball games. That's happened over the last few days. Trade us games up. Eight trade the the Jimmy Butler blockbuster trade has finally happened incenting. The optional four first round picks or the air Gorn in a and two first round picks rockets are offering for Jimmy Butler. They decided to go with something else. Yes. They went with the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers offer not the rockets, not the he not the clippers rockets offer seem really good. And I'm surprised he didn't take it. But he didn't. And the trade was there is one draft pick in it. And that's a second round pick. So by all things can too right? It just has a future selection. Yeah. So let's break down did the wolves make good trade. I don't think. So I really don't. Okay. I I wanna hear what you think. I I think they made a trade for the now and not really a trade for the future could be wrong on that. I just think that we don't know for sure if they were ever offered four for Trump picks. We know they're offered at least two for sure on picks, and Eric Gordon from the rockets we know that that was revealed yesterday. But. If four for Sean picture on the table, I might have done that tray just because you really really boost your franchise for the next decade. If you get four picks and seven years, I mean, that's really I don't think the owner or the president's use me in the head coach was not thinking about the future using more of an self into win now in keep his job right about it. Yeah. Absolutely. Because they get to players now. I say I'm kind of leaving Bayless out of this. I don't really know if he fits in this team, but Sergey and Covington or the are the main pieces here searches a nice young player he offers. Some lengthy offers some outside shooting and Covington is that three in D type player where he's gonna come in shoot a lot of threes for you and defend he's a super super good wing defender. So there are there is something here. I think the the wolves potentially added to starters at least one but possibly to you could definitely play. Sorry. With Karl Anthony towns, but you know, maybe with wigging Wiggins still starts and Covington comes off the bench. But they added they got deeper a little deeper, but yeah, they lose Jimmy Butler. Of course. So that's going to hurt for this year, though. I think it might be a decent move..
"mallon" Discussed on GSMC Fantasy Football Podcast
"I'm your host Jeff Mallon often with me is Ma the Nick Chubb, my Sony Michaud. I give you Mark Souza. How's it going good? How are you, sir? I'm good, man. I'm good pretty pretty decent week and fantasy if if I can get eight points from it tonight. I'll go three and one in my season long. So. Anytime Ingo three in one or better than my four weeks. That's what I shoot for every week. Yeah. And we just got word that Stanley the marvel comic legend has passed away. And we say we miss him. And it's a very tragic and thoughts appears to his family and friends just want to point out there. He's seemed like a great guy to go talk to. And I mean, no, no guy has influence comic book nerds more than he has. Yeah. Absolutely rest in peace Stanley, but continue onto the fantasy football world. Instead of the fantasy comic world. We have a lot stock about some big performances yesterday by some likely heroes and some unlikely heroes. Yes, do you want to start the quarterbacks? Sure, I can do that. All right. I'll go first. I think this is an obvious one Mitchell Trubisky. Yeah. Another big game for him. Yes. He had three hundred forty five passing yards. Three touchdowns. Shows that maybe they they traded up one extra pick to get that number two pick really paid off. Absolutely, absolutely. He he's been impressing this year. He's gone through his struggles. And I think he's really turned the corner. And we'll see if he can keep it going. Yes. Absolutely. Who do you got? All right. So opposite end of the spectrum a guy who's done this many times. True breeze. Another huge jogging. No one that's two games in a row over thirty four fantasy points. He had a rushing touchdown. He had three. No he had four total touchdowns one rushing from jewelries. That's incredible. The saints offense is humming. And he is playing as absolute best. See he has a case for MVP this year and the NFL so that has to be good for your fantasy team. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. He is definitely played extremely well. Let me ask you important question. Now, would you call Ryan Fitzpatrick with four hundred yards passing but two picks touchdowns a stud or dud? I mean, it's a dud as numbers were. He didn't score them many fantasy points. Yeah. But he think four hundred yards should be more points than what they give out. That was the question. No. But I think they have a right, okay. My other stud for quarterbacks is Russell Wilson. Three touchdowns speaks for itself. Ninety yards rushing hundred seventy six pass yards yards weren't spectacular. But three touchdowns itself. Really shows. Improvement. Absolutely. Russell wilson. You know, what I liked yesterday with his game is that he's running the ball. Now that had been missing for a one of his fantasy season. I mean, he only had a one game over forty yards rushing and that was two weeks ago yesterday, he almost has one hundred yards on the ground. So in the last two games, he has one hundred thirty yards from scrimmage on the ground. And we know and fantasy football rushing arts for quarterback are huge. I mean nine points from running the ball without scoring a touchdown. That's a touchdown and a half and fancy football scoring. So he might be getting back to that fantasy stud that people remember him by just a short couple years ago. Yeah. Absolutely. He's been playing extremely well. And that proved that he's got he's looking at some of the tank. Yeah. He's getting better running the Boston. Maybe he's getting healthier. Maybe he you know, he wasn't using his legs early on in the season. Everybody's wondering like why aren't they? Him out in space more. He hurt is the offense just different. Now. Will they do run the ball?.
"mallon" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"Done it with a boxer and the boxer was legit i have videos of it we've done morgan's french bulldog we've done it with a french bulldog so i'm just saying if you were to ask what is the it's a twenty mile track and you can only pick one dog to do this i would say mallon wa but with that said i consistently see a lot of french bulldogs as crazy boxers like that are really good at it you know good rule of thumb to follows if your dog can smell they can track and if they're driven by something's they have to be motivated for something whether it's food a ball tog something masters probably not going to do it yeah and they gotta have some cardio which is why massive probably wouldn't do it because you know a tracking go mile and a half two miles so to summarize or longer to summarize i would say mallon wa as the best hands down at pretty much everything i see and trained and have worked a wide variety of every dog you can imagine aussies laps golden retrievers i mean you remember fin the golden retriever golden who is a stud at it so i would say mount was the best but i've seen a lot of amazing dogs that i think are just as good of some of the malan walls i've seen so that's my answer mountain so i would agree with the wall thing unfortunately my personal experiences i think just like people dogs have preferences right especially if they're multipurpose so you know the dogs that i've are the mouse that i've done tracking with have been by dogs beforehand and so they get the end of the track and it's not like an upper hension track where we send the dog off i don't get the bite nobody this is bullshit and so i can see a difference in their drive and how they're working when it's protection versus tracking where most of the client dogs that we get i've done labs i've done german shorthair pointers german shepherds and the shepherds are always just monsters at it and again but none of these dogs that i do for clients really have any kind of previous specialty before we get into the track so they're not necessarily expecting a different kind of reward at the end of it so once you have that high motivated dog and they.
"mallon" Discussed on Back To Work
"Find me some body too low of find me anyway now i would reform means triple greatest hits album all the way through his this dan yes we have stuff to talk about but before we proceed into there is there anything that you would like tell me about i would love something that you like there is something i like and the thing that i like is called fresh books fresh books and fresh books as a company i think the appeal a lot to freelancers people who are working independently people who do a lot of work for clients but it's not just freelancers it's it's any kind of business where you have to invoice a lot of people and you care about getting paid that's what it really comes down to fresh looks has made ridiculously easy to use what they call cloud accounting software it's really for anybody who wants to simplify tasks that they generally don't like doing because most of us are not accountants and bookkeepers and and those tasks can be kind of tedious but they're really important like getting paid is really important especially if you're a small business or a freelancer are not having to run around in bag and and bloody silently done people like please please please in reminding and like nobody wants that nobody wants to bug and nobody wants to be bugged he's where a move onto your work that's right and there this is what they do by simplifying the stuff that you need to do that's kind of boring like invoicing or tracking expenses but there's a lot more than that i mean you can get paid on line with fresh bucks and i remember when i was first starting off i buy five was all just paper cheques like that was the only way that i was ever getting paid for anything is like you would invoice and then you would wait and then hopefully all the checks in the mail and like you would hope that the czech would be in the mallon it would eventually reach to you and uh fresh works just makes all of that so much easier because they allow you to get paid online in like three cliques and you can do that through pay pal you can do that through doesn't matter because they can accept credit cards on your behalf legates it's genius and for.
"mallon" Discussed on The Rewatchables
"And you know she would've had climbed to jakoda but she prize couldn't get a prescription yes so since parker posey has already been rewarded i'm going with steve's on he's really good this combination of steve zaini in you've got male and that thing you do i do not realize how important that was to to me as a young person i spent a lot of time thinking about those characters and they really make me laugh they're both really gale they're also incredibly different he's got the range as the kids say it's quite a performance he's like a sad sacked george who can't get a day and then he's like the the crazy like the sex crazed one um i think you do you think tom cruise i mean tom hanks met him on you got mallon telecast i never thought about that before he certainly could have suggested them because he would have cast him in that thing you do they had one seen together in the bookstore and i do think that nora ephron tom hanks i believe they were close yeah they were i'm sure that that that had something to do with it that's a great scene between those two seve's arms explaining why the book sir that's why it's worth so much talkers later i keep saying tom cruise tom hanks like why these books so expensive and and these of this with his are worth so much and they're rare children's books yes trip which was supposed to signify that was a very serious store rain um most offensively enjoyable round com cliche i mean this movie is a testament to the offensive rongkang crump com cliche there is no fucking way that a woman who respects herself and her businesslike meg ryan would lovingly except the man that has put her family business out of business there's just no way it's true it's very upset him 'cause it's a great ending yet this speech there.