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"mark arc" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"If you get it wrong. What HAP- Bella? Bella. You there we go. If if you get it right, you could appoint. Wrong his back. What what happens everyone? Mark you until. They get to buys Bella gets a buzz so. Win Win. We like to call this this game. Good vibrations! Why don't we get? Tempted to test the technology. It's working, but I think we should do a build up. So everyone ready to play good vibrations when. Okay right! Out I. I'm going to start with you. START WITH CJ, see. Others question number one. who was the first who was the first sitting president or vice president to endorse marriage equality? Was it Barack Obama Bill Clinton. Dick, Cheney or Joe Biden. Barack Obama Are you locking in on Barack Obama? Thing in. Lockheed in March. Mark. Arc. Don't fuck the game big bite and came. Question it, here's the deal mark. You don't get out there and shake your head. No, you're playing against. Cj let him answer it. Let the game happened marks in there going. No, don't say that CJ marches play the game. Would you do that on jeopardy? Would you do that? Would you do that on? I thought he had locked in so that I I waited until he locked didn't yet get it. Wait till he locked, but he locked Brock Obama and guess what Cj. I don't. Okay I I. Don't know if it's good news or bad news when someone gets it wrong, the. Is. Okay the answer is wrong. Not. Dick Cheney because his daughter is gay. And he broke with the Bush administration and said I believe everyone should be free to to to be marry whoever they want. He didn't come out full-throated up, but he broke with it. He said it's very personal our family. I'll tell you this. Joe Biden was really the first one to full-throated say I believe in marriage equality before Obama and it sort of forced Obama to have to embrace it before this. Erection Which? Is Why we love I. Love Joe Biden. Reasons all right so Bella. Let's see. Cj got it wrong so Bella. How do you feel we're going to buzz you? There are levels right starts you start small and builds too big right, CJ. Sure. Are we gonNA go big. Big, or should we. Will choose, so you can choose the reaction, so he's not aware of what's coming. Understood all right Bella. Are you ready to get? Him So excited. Fraud weekend looks go okay, it's time to buzz Bella in three. To Go? Ross you to stop. Okay so what? We. Celebrate. What did that feel like? Walk me through that you know the dog. What if An felt it. You know it started on a level one which the low. Rumble. Wrongful. Okay, so you started low CJ. Okay started low mark. Are you like that you like this game so far? Yeah I'm curious, does it have you know a lot of vibrators have different settings where it'll just be a buzz or to be a pulse, or like a Durant, or whatever can can you change around, or is it just honor off? It's A. It's like a slide, so you can impose it on the now. You can grabble it's. Destroys sue CJ. You really are controlling his whole. All right. Is it rolling. Clear. Okay, let's go ahead mark. You're talking. Let's go to UNIX. Okay Mark Your next. Everyone knows that lies. Right everybody knows everybody know. Everybody knows that lies. As mother is Judy Garland, but her dad Vincent Minnelli wasn't show business to what did Vincent Manila do was he an actor, a director, a cinematographer or a writer mark. I'm taking a stab at the Dark Messiah. Cinematographer lock onto. All right anyone. He's rights. I'll tell you this Bella I. Don't know if you're excited, but mark is wrong. He was a director. He didn't bunch of famous movie. Meet me in St. Louis all those sorts of things. So you know what this means. Bella hold on 'cause. You'RE GONNA get. You're GONNA get your. Hold on. OKAY CJ! Hit Him. A little higher than last time heard three to go. Low too low grumble still. You! Gradual this past episode. Mark makes a good point. People do need to watch us on the Kiss Kiss Club. Bella, it's still going. going. Hey, this is a constant in my life spice. Turn it down now. Turn it. Stop Okay So. Walk me through that deep internal feeling, yeah! Good he'll get feels like you know that. First Time you go to Gay Bar, get butterfly into your stomach feeling. Butterfly stomach. Your stomach. Far Okay. This is a wonderful wow! I hit yes mark. Question! Bella. Are You if? We played this game long enough and everybody got wrong. Are you able to? Finish from kind of stimulation. Feet. Classic question you know depends on who's paying your you. All right. Zero now, okay? What was Madonna's first number? One hit? Was it like a prayer ray of light like virgin or borderline borderline? Lock him in. On, borderline. Well. I'll tell you this bell up the borderline when Bellas stuck a big rubber ball up his ass. To play this game and you pass the border line from right into wrong. Because we answer is one thousand, nine, hundred four is like Virgin Is No more because. Bill. Up hitter? Cj on a one and a two and a three..
"mark arc" Discussed on Unorthodox
"We more time than you would have on most NPR shows. That's why I agreed to do it because I the television things I've done like five to seven minutes and you can't say anything of any significance in that amount of time. So this is I hope going to be the smartest most expensive interview you've done so okay. Great wait until January. Fourth Mark Galli was the editor of Christianity today. An Old Evangelical magazine founded by Billy Graham about Christians and their replace in America and very occasionally Their place in politics although it's not a political magazine on December nineteenth last year just three weeks before marks arcs tenure as the editor in chief ended Christianity. Today ran an editorial saying that. Donald trump should be impeached. And if you were paying attention to the small micro like Roh world of Evangelical Christian Culture. You would see. This caused a huge outcry and Marc went and did the rounds of all of the shows trying to explain why exactly Christianity entity today would turn against Donald Trump in an age when the vast majority of evangelical readers Support Donald Trump marks here to talk about that. But before where we get to that and we will get to that I promise. Let's start at the very beginning. Tell me about your upbringing. Where do you come from? So I was baptized. A Catholic took first communion and then my family family didn't attend church after those events but my mother had a conversion experience a very classical evangelical conversion experience. She had some personal troubles in her life and she'd sort of made a bargain with God and when she said if the Lord would do this one thing for her she would give her life to Christ well. That thing happened that afternoon in fact and the next time Billy Graham was was on TV. When Billy Graham turned to the camera and said you at home can get on your knees and accept Jesus? My Mother did that when my mother got into something in our family everybody got got into it so she was dragging us to church Sunday morning. Sunday night Wednesday night and as a thirteen year old at the time. It did start to make an impression on me. And and eventually I did to classic evangelical going forward during an altar call got up from my seat in the church and went forward and prayed the centers prayer and my motives weren't tremendous. I will have to admit met. I was just doing it so I wouldn't feel guilty anymore. I didn't really understand what I was doing. Who who can understand such a commitment at age thirteen even at age sixty seven who can understand it but but I believe that the Lord is kind of held me fast to that decision and the life? I've lived since that has been deeply shaped by Evangelical Christianity in many many ways and that sort to set me on my life course. Can we back up one second. Most of our listeners are GonNa have no idea what the sinner's prayer is. A what is it and is. Is that how you become a Christian when you're not one. Yeah it's framed in various ways but it it amounts to having a couple of things in at one is a repentance for one's sin and turning to Christ and a verbal affirmation that at the a person will believe that crisis died for their sins and forgives them and commits their life to Christ. What I was hoping for was that the next Sunday wouldn't feel guilty? When the pastor may the altar call was trying to get rid of that feeling. I didn't WanNa have to endure that. Every Sunday henceforth while son of a gun. If I didn't feel just as guilty the next Sunday which was the first inkling that maybe there's more than spiritual things going on in a service and in an altar call maybe there's some frankly psychological manipulation but even though as I said I I understand that all those things get mixed up in religion there is still something really genuine. That was going on at that moment and As as I said even though it didn't solve my immediate problem it felt like I done something significant that I needed to commit to and the Lord has been good enough to help me be committed to it. What kind of church was it? It was an evangelical Free Church. It was very conservative. It was in Felton California which is a outside of Mount Hermon. I'd say about eighty miles south of San Francisco. I remember very a little from the church but it was very formative in my understanding of what it meant to be a Christian and grow in the Christian life probably more than anything. What was instilled in me? There is the centrality. The of the Bible in shaping one's Christian life now a lot of listeners. I would say a lot of Americans. Don't know what evangelical means. They think it means the same thing as fundamentalist interest or they think it just means a certain style of worship. They think it's something they saw on late night. TV could you sort out those terms for as you said. That's when you became an evangelical Christian and that the Church was very evangelical. Yeah what does that mean. Well Evangelical ISM is a movement that you can date it. Starting in various times probably in America began with the great awakening. Awakening of George Whitfield John. Wesley Preaching in the Seventeenth Thirties in which they preached about the need to be born again. You know it's one of those movements. That's not easy to just A have clean borders about but it is characterized by a number of themes. So one is the need to have a personal relationship with Christ not just a formal religious relationship chipper not just a formal religious life. There's something dynamic and personal `bout that life so one of the thoughts there would be unlike say Catholicism where it's mediated by these priests send these sacraments and they're the ones who have the personal relationship with Christ for Evangelical 's there's a pastor. There's a message you might take communion but the relationship is directly from the worshiper. All all to God. Yes that would be the. That's how I put the emphasis. There is a whole wing of Catholicism. Today that does appreciate the more evangelical way of approaching things things so they do they kinda both hand right the church mediates the grace but they also hope people have a very personal relationship with Jesus. I think that's something. Many of them have adopted did from protestantism or evangelism so that's one element. Other elements are like scripture is a high authority all matters of faith and practice or determined by the Bible It's it's very Christo centric. And the sense in its crew centric meaning Jesus Christ stands at the center and his death on the cross is a central theme by which we understand and live our faith and then there's also an element of very active service in the world. Both preaching the word that is to say telling people about the good news of the Gospel. Meaning what crisis done for us on the Cross and how it can forgive our sins and lead us to eternal life and also acts of service acts of mercy feeding the hungry Working in the areas of sexual trafficking and other other other areas like that. That's a constellation of things that make up an evangelical and then a subset of evangelicals are fundamentalists and that would mean pretty much that they believe. The Bible is literally literally true or true in translations that were divinely inspired. So there's no room for interpretation. The idea is that they're not interpreting they're just relating. Exactly what's in the book. Aw is that fair to say well. They think they're interpreting it literally. Exactly what's in the book but of course anybody who thinks about these things deeply knows that everybody brings some interpretation to no matter. What story for But I think the distinction with fundamentalists is they do tend to take more stories as literal and historical so a fundamentals would say the story of Jona and the whale or the big fish really did happen as it is described. The story of Adam and Eve is a literal historical account of the creation of the world. Evangelical Van jellicoe would divide on that there would be some that would be more liberal in their interpretation but some less so I think one of the dividing markers between fundamentalist and evangelical is this and this would would give you an insight into the modern version of evangelicalism. That was in a sense. Started by and championed by Billy Graham among others and that is he wanted to break breakaway and many other leaders which your audience would not know their names but people like Carl Henry and Jonathan Gay. They basically said we want to retain the a strong fundamental beliefs of our faith. But we don't want to necessarily be stuck to them rigidly and literally in every case and second we want the engaged the modern world. We want to be involved in issues of social justice and social concern. We Wanna be able to engage our world whereas fundamentalists are are fundamentally separatists. They want to withdraw from the world. I'm getting interrupt here because I think this never occurred to me till now but a lot of Jewish listeners will see immediately an analogy. Gee To what we would call modern orthodox versus Haredi or Ultra Orthodox and the big distinction. There I mean there are many but the big distinction there is relationship to the secular world right is do you need Torah and nothing else. which would be a more Haredi position that all troops are going to be found in Torah or is it also worthwhile to go to a secular university perhaps perhaps and learn science and learn mathematics and learn geology and that where their attention? They can be reconciled and that you'll be able to hold to the strong Torah based principals while still being a citizen of modernity basically that's a very good analogy in both cases. There's a lifestyle component to in terms of fundamentalists. Probably you're gonNA find more of them thinking we should live in neighborhoods with other fundamentalists. We have to go through our days protecting our children from sinful influences from charity. There are a lot of evangelical who don't necessarily relate to to the modern world with quite as much fear right. I'm very good friends. With at least one modern Orthodox and he and I regularly make that comparison the modern Orthodox and evangelical calls just like you've described are attempting to retain the kind of classic Orthodox views and practices of their world while engaging the modern world. Okay so you become an evangelical Christian when you're thirteen years old from age thirteen take us to the point where you become editor of billy. Graham's magazine Christianity today well I went to WHO UC Santa Cruz for undergraduate work. And then somewhere in that process I felt a call to ministry. I felt I was called to become a minister I was in the Presbyterian Church at the time so into Presbyterian ministry so I ended up going to fuller theological seminary which is an evangelical seminary in southern California got our deigned. I spent four four and a half years actually in Mexico City in an English speaking congregation. And then I spent six years in Sacramento California as a pastor of a small church and during my time as a pastor astor. I started writing for a magazine called Leadership Journal which is a magazine for pastors. And I was doing. A small articles book reviews this and that and and the editor one day called and said I like to apply for a job. I didn't accept that I offer but a few months later when the offer was repeated it felt like that was something I should at least try and so I did and it turned out to be a really good fit while the magazine Leadership Journal it was owned by Christianity today at the time and at one point the Christianity today ministry owned like ten or eleven magazines and leadership journal was just one of them in a sense. I got my foot in the door. There was an associate editor and it just seemed like everything I touched. Attached worked really well. I didn't realize had this gift of being able to take manuscript that were indecipherable but had something to say and turn them into something that people could read and get something out of called editing so I kept on getting promotion so eventually I was asked to apply for the position of managing editor at the flagship magazine. Zine Christianity today that was around the two thousand and so I became managing editor and then I was promoted to editor in chief in two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen and then I finished my stint stint at the ministry so as I was with the ministry thirty years altogether. Twenty years with the flagship magazine. So under your tenure when people said what is Christianity today. What did you tell them? How did you describe grabbed? Your magazine is a magazine. For evangelicals specifically evangelical leaders that is to say people who are in positions of leadership either in the Church or in the Para Church or in business or in medicine people who WanNa think more deeply about the faith and understand how their faith interacts with the with the larger. Does your world when I was covering religion pretty regularly for the New York Times. I read Christianity today and I thought of it and I now realize this probably wrong but I thought of it as a pretty conservative of Christian magazine without thinking that within Evangelical Ism some people.
"mark arc" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Gratitude and he gave me a ton of inspiration. I'm sure he inspired millions and billions and trillions of other kids. You know there's there's no limited impact he's had on my city and and on cities around the world extremely well put all right. That's what's happening in the news. Now let's get to it the sink or swim around the boat so so sink or swim. Narratives nailed it of Super Bowl. Fifty four I asked you guys to kind of throw out some storylines that you've seen popping up over the last week or so and I don't know whether you agree with the narrative or you're here to debunk it But they are narratives the narrative guy. I have a couple but I I wanted to see you guys up a mark. You seem like the type of guy in fact I know you to be the type of Zeus mostly to just shoot down things so I'm GONNA assume you're not going to agree with either of these. Here's the first one. Everyone assumes a shootout is on tap and Super Bowl. Well well I know so I would even my own prediction for somewhere on our website. Trying to find that somewhere it was like forty one to forty because it just like the first thing that came to mind. Course you're not going to say it's not a shootout now. Are you know so I mean. Are you trying to say that. They don't promote the super bowl predictions piece because that probably gets promoted or anything. Yeah because you haven't checked that. NFL DOT COM. The main point of this. This is not the day. Would you like me to answer this question. This golf in golf into forty two different verbal rivulets. Before I give you my answer this is. This is not the day real. Rivulets I love it I would. I would point to this number one that last year at this time we were coming out of an AFC championship. That was a shootout between the chiefs and Patriots. And where the rams team that everyone just soon what score thirty five forty points not everyone but that was sort of this all this who knows what can happen in this thing. That's that's my case number eight. This game could be twenty the eight seven. This game could be twenty eight three that I just don't assume a you could be a blowout. I think it could be a blow out number one. I don't assume that both teams are going to drop fifty points on each other. That's a good point. Mark raises a good point the two quarterbacks with the highest points per game in NFL history probably are going to have a low scoring game. I'm just kidding it's ordering. The scientists are not another or a An I'm not saying it's a narrative because it's partially logical but ah last year not not a single person was talking about thirteen or are you supporting this will be a high scoring game. It's it's sinking. That's very long process. Also because I am I'm upset with myself for picking forty one to forty. It seems too boring and predictable and this mark is the wrong day to get on. NFL DOT COM promotional emotionally. Because I went to their homepage just today and right there in the headline stack as they call it Cecil Colon why I want James Comma Lamar. Mr To win a title. Listen I believe with all my heart all my heart. I believe timely. I mean when I when I think of marks ARCS. That's men and Supportive Winston over the years just like the the energy that he's invested finally wanting him to get over the top. It's nice nice to see that getting promoted as one of the big story natural storyline. They asked me to pick ten ten. Then people coming off and tell me it would not be intriguing to see James Winston with some other team. Get into this. I like the wording hustler wrestler. Why I want James Comma Lamar to win a title? I can't I don't I don't consider honking about Davis his gas for four years all all you do is dismiss him. Well you're a man of contradicts. I can change my mind occasionally. Here's a narrative that you throughout their Jimmy G. Equals Bob. Greasy debunk or support. Give me a break with this one. We're debunking what are you talking about first of all. There was only one quarterback this year to finish in the top five of completion percentage yards per yards per tempting touchdown passes and that was Jimmy G.. This was not all running. He's twenty three and five as a starter under kyle. Shanahan the other forty niners quarterbacks under Kyle Shanahan are three and twenty so he has an eight twenty winning winning percentage the highest in. NFL history all other San Francisco. Forty niners quarterbacks have a one sixty seven winning percentage under house Shanahan. What happened when Bob Greasy got injured in nineteen sixty two is backup irl Moro at nine zero and one first team all pro? 'cause he could do the job greasy. Do the forty niners. quarterbacks can't do the same job Jimmy joined Gimme a break with this mayor. Nothing about Jimmy. Jeez skillset suggests the team doesn't totally trust and they totally trust them. And I do think that it was interesting to hear. Kurt Warner talk about founded on. NFL number today. That if you look at these game plans in these scripts that have Kurt Warner back in the day with the rams as a young starter was told. You're going to be throwing the ball. Probably eight or nine times in a half in the super bowl that he would totally revolt that quarterbacks. He won't if Jimmy You WANNA throw the ball twenty five thirty times no matter what you tell anyone else for this west money on third downs to. He's been great third rank quarterback. These two games are pretty random. There are almost no other games. They had all season. Isn't that were quite like this with that. Said I do think. For instance in the. Was it the Vikings game out after he made the interception and they went pretty run having. I think they totally trust Jimmy G.. But I mean Kyle Shanahan knows how good is defenses. How good is running? Game is Jimmy G.. Mistakes is the riskiest thing they have because he makes a lot of mistakes. He takes a lot of sacks. He fumbled the ball and ends a good coach right. I'm just saying that that. He is the highest variance of of really great team. And he's facing a quarterback WHO's not only makes way way more big plays in his more talented but makes way way fewer mistakes so if he can keep a lid under Jimmy G. Like could be true. Yeah you could. You could trust your quarterback which Kyle Shanahan. I believe does but also know that you're running. Game should be the motor against certain teams depending on the game plan as they were in the to this sets up that way I mean the chiefs defense is about as imbalanced. You know when you look at the efficiency pass verses run As almost any defense in the league they really good pass. Defense Pretty Deep Secondary. You know solid pass rush good scheme against the Bass and a terrible run defense. Get an area similar to the last couple of ones sheaves defense is better. or even above average debunk or confirm. Lead yourself into that trap. I did had I. I don't think they're that much better and I've been last year than last year. There are a little better but I watched them in. I guess I'm putting a lot of stock in the two playoff games verses the entire season they haven't played well in the postseason. Everyone looks concerned. Everyone in this boat right now is looking very Erica. Take a look at a nearby yacht was our looking at. What is the house automation career? It was just a really beautiful boat and I thought you'd like to look at it. was I mean there are people signing on the air the votes used to use their own about your yoder in your I wish I do. I've been driving a word I don't think so but I'm vote since I was twelve. I love 'em well we're in a beautiful fifty five footer. And Greg's you think I know anything about boats number context. You're telling me you've been in a more beautiful super bowl locale than this time on. This fit what. We've the last half an hour beaming live here. Folks on an chiefs seems point. I point is are. They seem entirely highly beatable and they might be a little bit better than they were a year ago but are they above average. I don't think so. They've got three good players. Frank Clark Chris Jones tyronn Matthew just about every every the other part of their defense feels like a weakness in recent weeks. You go down twenty four nothing you down seventeen seven I mean you you are vulnerable. But they have the offense that almost makes it a non non-issue on some part of my dotted. When you really just like wind up the match ups I think Kyle Shanahan is looking at this chiefs defense? And he's loving it slick in his tops. He's looking shot. Not like if you just look at the match ups that forty nine or seemed like the the better team Mark Chesler confirm. Or debunk anyone on either team. Talking talking about not getting enough respect from football sink or swim swim. Sink that one that one needs to say to the bottom of the Miami River because I it's it's happened a little bit with Richard Sherman in. That's not surprising person to utter these these kinds of comments necessarily but you here for a little bit on both teams. You know. We're not we're not getting the respect beck we deserve. We're not getting the attention it's like I. I would just say though. The niners have been glowed over all season in the chiefs of the team. Everyone kind of wanted in this position before before the season. So where is this. Lack of respect lack of interest the atom rank picks up the forty niners to go three and thirteen. O you've been really holding. Why do you need to take coworker? And then just drag them off. He's he talks about it more than he loves it. He loves it he talks about it when you wonderful boats all around us. All right Wes I did a good job there by the way neither nicely all right Brady Wes Sink sink or swim. Patrick Mahomes is off to the graveyard area income in his shadowy league figure with all the night boats around us our fault. They're nice boats everywhere in Miami. We're saying worst take gets thrown overboard. Greg goes overboard because UH often last few weeks with noticed now regard go perspective no regard for a wide view of history. No regard will respect the truth. Which Patrick Mahomes in his breakout year is great eight-year fifty touchdowns five thousand yards? Marina did that four decades ago in his second season. Try Try paying nineteen eighty-four prices for a house today. Hey you've had six passing revolution since Dan Marino did this for him. That's about the equivalent of going for sixty five touchdowns in six thousand yards. Now it would blow. Everyone's one's mind it would blow. Greg's mind that was the best birth Marino. Here's I think that they are the only two I think in the conversation. Jason Order is not far away. mahomes right yeah Kurt Warner it's tricky. He's all he's older but you're right is right there. But here's the thing mahomes in his first this year was the. MVP was the best player in the League his second year in the NFL right. I'm saying I two years as starter I would count Aaron Rodgers. I two years which was busy. Play play and win rookie of the year rookie. That's his second year. He's the number three quarterback in the league. I would put him at. So what quarterback I two years would be a top top three quarterback those two years now. Another part of it is absolutely that I watched every game like do we respect the football heads opinions. Who just watch guys on weekends or in watched players when they're in Prime Time Games in playoff games makes big opinions? I'm not GonNa have that strong a take off of Dan Marino. When I really didn't see him play just good ignore that he ever happened? Because now I'm GonNa look at the to his second year in terms of he had a little less of a year they would be. They won't be everything even the next year after that. Then my you want him to go away. Because it's convenient for your argument but Dan Marino exist and you can't throw him overboard. I'm not but they would be similar and it also goes to somebody that quarterbacks are better now than they were like. Athletes have watched Dan Marino that year. So it's very hard to like. Know how good he really was. Isn't this all kind of pointless was to have we talked to on this podcast. It's pointless to argue over players from different generations. I'm just correcting Greg for refuse. Any respect to anyone who came before all right. He's one of 'em at worst. These one of the top two quarterbacks ever in terms of his first two years as starter and the physical skill set and the athleticism and everything else that he has. It's obviously better because athletes are better and he's like a next generation. That's not a hot take half a year without getting sacked your take your badmouthing his skill. Set 'cause you never really watched him not everybody calm down scientists. There's no time for scientists shenanigans in the lab on a boat just doesn't doesn't make sense logically. He can't have time we could. I wanted to throw it a narrative that connects to what we just talked about though which I'm hearing a lot of but people. What is the old line? Those who ignore history are doomed to repeat it. Yes you know back in Nineteen eighty-four. Everyone said Oh Dan Marino you know he got wiped out by the niners. I coincidentally they'll be back. Everyone seems you know Patrick. Mahomes is on the scene of the Super Bowl and something tells me this isn't going to be as I bite of the apple you don't know and it actually speaks to a larger point that goes beyond mahomes or anything and it's something that's popped up time after time in the years. Here's covering the sport. Is that when you get to this point. You need to win because the future promises nothing and the history the NFL is littered with teams. That thought they were just at the verge again to the mountaintop and even though they didn't get there we'll get there next year the Atlanta Falcons Alcan's come to mind the Jacksonville.
"mark arc" Discussed on The Crypto Street Podcast
"We love having you love that you listen to us in one here's spew. We've got a new segment tonight so we hope you'll I like it because we like it. We're awesome basically makes us happy. If it doesn't that's I'm just sorry. Sorry I don't know what to tell you but press was good. You know same old man I actually you know as you're kind of doing the intro. I was thinking to myself doing the whole. Thanks for coming in. You know we appreciate it was like yeah you know I was growing up among us to tell me cringe young prince. You gotTA voice made for the radio. Well then I could lease turn it off. Yes and that just made me think. There's here's the thing though burns. Wow Yeah you have a radio voice you also have a TV face. Oh good God I don't know was maybe I don't know just your business. Maybe I don't know. He says well shaking little Robert Doing well little bit insecure though this This round somebody said I say like too much On the last one so I'm going to be very self of conscious and try to not say that so well also if you do feel you I feel you because I get picked apart by people like you know a prince you know your you're really idiot man like when you're talking you should do it like this this this Look what you're doing right now. You're just an idiot like okay. Thanks unlike kind of emanate but whatever says the people that don't have a podcast or do they are right though. I do say way too much but I guess I've lost that I don't realize I didn't even notice it. I don't notice it. I don't notice it much. So I I mean I've mispronounced things and get ripped apart for that and let's talk about mispronouncing things again rupert. I'm still getting tagged in like any bind ONS Diong. Ah Anybody who makes a tweet about like out of pronounce by. I'm still getting text wisely. Two years later like yeah. That is so great so okay so we have that new segment. We're in the championship round of the of fantasy leagues. And we'll have avenue all coin draft update. And like I was telling the fellas before we started recording one of us is falling away behind the others. That's what I'm just going to Matiz it a little bit before we do that. Let's talk about this matic thing that's been going on this So too long don't read is basically it looked. The chart looked worse than bit connect. Yeah or maybe not worse compares about the same. Yeah it was comparable best part about. It was sorry I know this might offend is going in their telegram and just seeing some of the community members chart bullish fundamental seven changed so bad to to laugh at but what what what tell us more what you guys know I. I don't know a ton about just that I know there's people complaining about audience. Someone in the telegram was saying that whoever does this is going to jail tomorrow if they don't do something about it I'm gonNA helpful well. Yeah doubtful like are Y. You know when you were saying like yeah so people were horrible. Going in the telegram grew and kind of getting some struggles. You know I was in the talks. I've actually been in the telegram room today to finally get to they. They made it like a private channel. I guess they I didn't I was casting curses on some. That's why they booted you. You're you're cursing I was. I was cursing the center is in there. But it's like when you've been in Crypto so like and you just you see all the shit that goes on it's like you just can't help but not go in there and just watch the absolute dumpster fire. That is happening right. So I don't know this is just clot like this is just pure crypto. Like one of those times where it's like it. Just look at the chart and we're like yeah this is. This is what we're involved in. This is crypto right. Here these are schick lines and this is what can happen. Yeah and if and if the possibility of this sort of thing happening wasn't there than the possibility of Twenty X.'s and thirty XS wouldn't be there either so it's not that it's kind of a necessary necessary evil I would say yeah It's it's Shitty and it seems like you know this is I don't know like a my speculation on what causes It was down like seventy percent. It was dropping like one percent to one and a half percent a minute. Pretty much for just non stop it. It seemed like And interestingly enough it seemed like it was kind of dragging the rest Mike. Ultra with it like you know. Yeah Yeah because you scroll down the finance like page unlike volume all ex nothing. Everything started taking a hit. Lynn Matic was getting hit. So which is interesting. Because it's like yeah. There is just so much correlation on anything in the space. But she'll yeah like even just with matic in or anything just some other shit coin and it's getting crushed and but here it is like it was actually having I would say it had an impact like I'm GonNa say maybe it. Didn't you know truly didn't that people were just trying to you. Know it's like whatever just how it is but I like to believe there was some kind of an impacter but you know it's kind of like what happens when you add in now margin trading on some of these Alz. It's like Schick and get you know you have one guy who maybe wants to start selling a position. Whatever it doesn't really give of a shit about trying to do it in a cost efficient manner which you know a lot of people will? That's done well. There's a lot of people who are like that they just don't care right. It's like okay. Mark Arc itself Arkansas. Whatever just triggers? Everything else I saw. I saw some speculation. Somebody would say like it was an allegation that went wrong and People were try it you know it was like say. They wanted to sell these chunk of coins. They had Atta program set up to do it and then the Alga just went wrong. That's some speculation. I don't know if that's the case or not. It's another possibility that I could see being pretty valid but I think This is probably changed since I saw it yesterday but from what I could tell it. Some people connected that the team from attic had transferred a lot of coins to finance in the couple of months leading up to this and it was thought that maybe that was some big poorly done liquidation event on their part Where they didn't stagger them? You know they just kind of maybe some person market sold all of it or something like that and There seems to be some evidence supporting that I. I don't both exchanged but honestly if that is the case than it would kind of make sense to me if it was saying Albo gone wrong You know maybe maybe they were you know because all these teams will set up with market makers all that stuff. So maybe they were you know in contact with the market like hey. Can you help us out with this. Like we wanted to distribute attributes coins onto the market. But we gotta do it in a fashion. That isn't gonNA crush the market. Can you build those you know. Can we get a program. That's going to help us do this And then and maybe you know like honestly I could very much see that being what happened and then from there it which is the cascading effect right now hitting all of those margin longs longs Not just stopping them out but also liquidating them and then having it just dump So much that all of a sudden spot holders holders are getting you know like Oh okay. I'm holding spot. I can't technically be liquidated but like what the Hell is going on here right and so what I'm getting. Yeah and then that's like the last big bang where it's like the spot guys are finally selling your just an avalanche of factory. All in all it went down about seventy five percent. I think thank right around there. I think that would have been like the on the Max drawdown. Yeah create Do we want to do a winners. And losers of this debacle uh-huh well and it was sold top or should I've seen clears and other ages. I would say our winters I've seen people come out like you know and I'M NOT GONNA I'm not gonNA say Bullshit because to me. It seems and you know there's going to be people who shorted the talk right. There is just as because there's you know there's margin trading waiting on finance for it. There's futures on F. T. X. for it so you know there's a lot of places where you could have been profiting quite a bit off of that move and you know this is kind of like the other thing of like you know things. I don't WanNa be the guy who screams it was just manipulation. Someone someone maybe had a short position over an F. T. X. or something and then they're just gonNa start pounding these down. I don't I don't know if I really by that but you know now. Oh you having so many different Dorados options with a lot of Alz especially with FDA is due where now there's a lot also there right and so all all the sudden you know maybe there is You know some incentive for somebody who holds a bunch of spot also holds a big position on some Dorados You know maybe they're short or something. Let's go slam the market a bit. Who knows right but could season? Yeah and that's just something that to me is bound to happen. You know the more you add on you know derivatives especially for Alz that you know you wanNA comp- liquidity you WANNA compare liquidity there. We're GONNA call them relatively illiquid in general assists Some of the ship. That can happen right. I think another winner. Is You know there's always people that just put stink bids in and if there's think bid hit on that low it was one hundred and fifty two Toshi's and now it's trading at about two fifty so that you know that's about sixty percent if it there stink bit hit and it's just like that Up every time this happens. I say I'm going to do that. I know who it and I think part of it is. You don't really know where to put it. I mean you can't really put bids on the dozens and hundreds of different points. I I don't know Another loser I would say see. Yeah I think I I I don't I don't think a guy in his position to even be but I take it comes across as not genuine in these sorts of matters and there's a track record that supports that so I'm here in to the One I you know okay. This is his me hearing things who the hell knows if there's if it's reality or not because I think they're in a situation like this. A lot of people are trying to cover their asses passes on you know. Why did this happen? The shouldn't happen. You know I mean But there was a sudden like the one of the matic founder. CEO or something had had said like he had tried to get in contact with CS e earlier. Like you know a few weeks leading up to this moment You know kind of with concerns about this like and nothing was done right and so have you know. I think it's it's easy the early. Think he gives a shit at the end of the day just wants his fees so yeah it'll come off like he cares but I don't think he really does. Well negatives that's funny. Yeah one of the narratives that's come out of this is the fact that binds is set up to screw over retail by giving founders and early teams place to offload things. That shouldn't wouldn't be worth as much as they're worth I I can see that but I think that's sort of like a something that's going to happen with any big experience. I don't know if it's really like this. Concerted concerted effort to screw over retail. And now matic was one of those one of those. I E mails right. That finance Yeah they a hosted it like exclusively so now okay now. Let's Kinda watch going forward some of these other I e Oh coins dot were finance exclusive. Are we gonNA see some shit from those going forward now like the. It'll be interesting right like who knows. Maybe there's maybe maybe we end up seeing a trend of something I don't know but you know keeping my eyes open. We'll see. The whole thing is ridiculous. I mean is it's like the just pure crypto I mean it was just a pure crypto moment as this is where we are. Yeah for Real Another thing we wanted to talk about a mention I know this this. We'll talk about it again but the tasers pump here as of late. Well we'll share your thoughts Well you know like as with the Aucoin portfolios I could be gloating here but some and keep it civil try not to be too much I don't want to. It's been doing very well. I think there's a strong narrative behind it In terms of the whole banking thing. Yes it's not. The first coins offer proof of stake or a paid out Coins in the form of like dividends or anything like that. But I think it's probably the first prominent one that has a lot of liquidity And to go along with that narrative I mean there are some other options. I think decreed has had something similar but it doesn't have nearly the publicity I don't think see I. I think the main takeaways from this move our for mean one of the things that that makes people so bullish is that the.
"mark arc" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"In Greece Straight and if we want stainless oh the middle one the larger ones going to be porcelain enamel and everyone else is going to be stainless this cooker as you had mentioned in claiming to reach six hundred degrees. Why is that number specifically important in? was there any attempt at getting a higher number. I don't I don't think it was well first of all just because you give people more heat doesn't necessarily translate to better product for them. You can give them heat as high as the heavens but the margin of error gets extremely slow. What we have found was five hundred? Fifty degrees is perfect for us to sear. We went up to six hundred degrees. Because we found no matter header. What cut you're going to be grilling it will see? It will caramelized on there so for us. The six hundred degrees was a great threshold. More importantly you probably could have got away with less heat because of the way the flavors were bar system and because of all the drippings going down help increase the heat but six hundred degrees is our threshold and it's something that when it comes to Browning the whole purpose of the steak you won't find anything else out there that will do that aren't so let me ask you when you see some of the videos that are out in circulation right now One of the more eye catching moments for me is when you are throwing on those strip steaks the other night you're flipping it there's fire and there's great grill. MARKS ARCS looks and feels at the moment like grill and I have long. been a proponent of having multiple cookers in the backyard if you're able to and for the manufacturer extra to instead of making an all in one make a few things that are dedicated to doing those things really well for instance wherever makes a really good charcoal grill l. and a really good gas grill. They also make that really good smokey mountain and then this Pella Cooker seems to be.
"mark arc" Discussed on The Daily Beans
"And welcome to the daily beans for Tuesday. November Remember v Two Thousand Nineteen today trump loses another tax return appeal the first deposition transcripts released trump says written answers from the whistle blower unacceptable more obstruction of justice justice witnesses intimidation and suborning perjury from the White House. E Jean Carroll Sues Trump and the looming government shutdown. I'm your host ag and with me today or Jordan Coburn Hello Eh Mandy reader. Hello how are you go. ooh Uganda yes. I went to a sexual harassment training today today at the comedy store. You told me about this earlier and I said that is a gold line for jokes yes it really is. I was hoping it was going to be like a minute black situation. You know when they're training and there's like cardboard cutouts popping up of things and they have to decide like what is suitable and what is not suitable but I imagine that applied to sexual harassment training scenario could have been great. It was not at that. Fun Yeah are also no guns necessarily maybe just like bad or whatever you know every time. It's very boring not very interactive. If the presentation is my point when I was not a manager and when I was an employee and every time we had to take a sexual harassment training everyone was just dying laughing because the videos they show of like what not to do and how not to be are just so bad. Yes I do have to give props. To the people. Giving the presentation it was significantly more on the wavelength comedian can dissect because they work for the comedy store like the one in Hollywood is well and they're just kind of usage putting it in terms that comics will actually like how you like comedy traffic school. Yeah yeah comedies. Sexual harassment. Exhorts how not to get food. Yeah it was very interesting though because they did a really good job of integrating integrating the nuance of Comedy Being First Amendment Free Speech Zone and like what constitutes sexual harassment versus. What is just like a bad joke? And it's it's like it's like a training I think the whole country needs to go through. Honestly Yeah right yeah very interesting talking about power in like the element that power plays Like headliner headliner versus feature versus gas D versus right versus host like manager versus door. Yeah exactly that's so funny. Ah I just thought you know. I think that's great that they tailored it to it and and I think that that also interesting that it relates to people outside of comedy a two totally like understand power structure also understand the difference between a joke and your free speech and what is actual harassment. What do they bring up hecklers at all they do not bring up They brought up some people like Andy. Dick who I guess like. Oh Oh for licking them on their face. You'RE GONNA go. You'RE GONNA pick a what not to do Andy. Dick is going to be. Yeah so that it was funny watching them present like his course of behavior like your sexual harassment bar. Andy Dick Yeah but then also talking about how like you know Andy when he would respond to these things is pretty brutally honest about them to just be like. Yeah I like their face. I'm GONNA lick faces. Basis sometimes true it was interesting and we talked about like landmark Supreme Court decisions actually so it was like a very academic things that include like Sasha Baron Cohen for example like he he got sued by by one of the women in his Bruno movie who. I didn't know that she was gonna be like the target of such relentless vulgarity Talked about like Marlin Wayne's who who is someone that was on a movie and he was like harassing one of the extras. Every day. I guess and it was well. That's one of the extra said but the Supreme Supreme Court decision was how he is treating these extras as part of the creative process. It is considered like improvisation and so it wasn't harassment. Entertainment is a weird industry. It was so it was just so interesting to see. The Supreme Court decision. Seems like how to get away with it seminar. Yeah it it was interesting because he was he was he was saying that another that a black man who was an extra looked like Cleveland from the Cleveland Show and the cartoon characters and so it's talking about how like if if Marlin was white it would be an entirely different scenario but since he's like black till you another black extra that he looks like this person like chalked up to comedy versus if he were white then it would have the whole. It'd probably was like a different interpretation of the events very interesting. Wow Yeah that is interesting. I can't think of Dane Cook getting I think temporarily temprorarily banned from the laugh factory for harassing waitstaff. Okay and I thought to myself how what. What did you have to do to get banned from the laugh factory as Dane Cook like? That's bad. Shit whatever you doing no boy no. Yeah although laugh factory is more of a PG thirteen club than like the store the Improv. Yeah so I mean maybe like different polyp sanders. Yeah yeah very interesting though very interesting topic. Yeah yeah was it. A majority of men in the room for the training know because all of our like on the entire our staff was there and so when you take consideration like all the jobs that winds up being a bit more even a gender split so cool yeah. I was curious just because I was wondering if the Educational Ah the if the education are the themes within that were more geared towards a largely male audience. But that's cool. Yeah yeah that would. That's what made sensitivity training in the military. What Terry so should he was that I was the only female. They're all the guys are all. Oh no you we have to take this because you you for having a but yeah you know. Just hey like these aren't hard rules Very simple and very uncomfortable that that would be their reaction with you in there and then he would just come down to like you know. We can't use engineering parlance like male and female components anymore because of you. We can't a pretty sure you would not give them shit for that and at that is still industry standard and how they talk about things yes and yes correct correct. Yeah yeah interesting but when you bring up in a like all the different employees I think yeah I can see how that would even. Yeah it'll differently. Yeah totally be. If you're looking for something to do look up those court cases very interesting just just very interesting that it has actually gone through. Because I've never heard about those cases me neither but we know Sasha Baron Cohen we know Moreland Wayne's people and that they just had the imagining joining the entire court process. Being part of it is very interesting. Johnny jokes were cracked L. E.. The transplant. Never really thought about like using being comedy as a means for in your lawsuit but as it makes sense well so from that we do have a lot of other news to get to and that will feed into the discussion that we have later about Eugene Carroll I think so let's hit the hot notes pot notes all right. Quick Impeachment Update Four White House. Aides defied congressional subpoenas an impeachment inquiry. Today those are National Security Council lawyer John Eisenberg Izenberg. WHO's a traitor National Security Council lawyer? Michael Ellis the assistant to the president. Robert Blair and office of Management and Budget Associate Director. Director Brian McCormack they. None of them appeared and I didn't think they would. This is the last week of closed position. So very inner circle. These these guys. Will you just go to jail for obstruction. That's fine with me. I think so. Yeah sixty nine. People were indicted in the Watergate investigation. A lot of those were for lying to Congress and obstructing correct Congress. Damn how yeah. That's crazy I did not know that. That's not a fact I have in my brain feel like I have to make Jill wine banks proud of me and go watch some documentary. Commended on Watergate and read some books and Watergate because that number blew my mind a little bit listened to the first I WANNA slow burn and then also check out. All the president's men revisited visited. It's an MSNBC documentary. It's all your favorites in it cool. It's the one that inspired me to start this podcast to start the more she rep Hawkins In this is weird with all all the stonewalling because trump is not supposed to be stonewalling anymore. Since there was a full House vote on impeachment which they asked for his excuse before the vote for stonewalling was the DEM's hadn't had an official vote note and now we have and he's still doing it so that's weird And then of course though right yeah I mean what what what would what do we expect. Like what would take the vote and he'd be like all right up here you can have everything. Yeah exactly. That's like when establishments put up the no firearms sticker something thinking that that was going to make a difference. It's like it is clearly not the rules that are the problem is the person that is breaking Ben yes rich loseters only allows what is it. Laws are only as good. It is those who follow them. Yes at least in certain scenarios. Because obviously I wouldn't extend that to like gun control as a whole but when you're talking about someone that was intending on bringing one into event you it's like a sticker not gonNA stop them right. It's like the whole like the argument against transgender bathroom you know rain like go. I don't want somebody who man coming into the girls room or whatever like an and that would be dangerous as if her something is if somebody had the idea to go into the girls room and be a Predator that the sign on the door would stop that exactly. It's just the weirdest thing. Yeah these are just more signs which honestly just come with like more administrative costs and their or I should say not for the transgender and says long haired Freaky coppee play. Okay sorry feted go there for a second doubts okay to clarify my point really quick so people don't think that I was calling transgender like like gender-neutral restroom signs of minus. How many saying my point is that? This effectively in Congress wound up kind of being a waste of time. It seems because they're not responding into in the way that they were hoping they were going to. Yeah but although now. They're held to a different account or at least takes that argument away. Yes in the rules. Do give more power to Democrats which which is always nice. Yeah I mean it. Gave some power Republicans but at the same time it also solidified and made even more valid this entire process. Yeah and so. So this way when he stonewalling now when he's obstructing now that there's no question two senators Republican senators. You know when they're doing the the trial. Hey we did have a floor. Vote still obstructed bright. And you can't. There's no argument anymore. And all those people are on record now yet for having not supported it he and also In a yellow copter conference trump lambasted the the whistleblower again that he was an Obama person involved with Brennan and Susan. Rice and Susan. bryce means an Obama Person. And he's a big Obama Person. And then he demanded the whistle blower identity by T in a tweet saying quote the whistle blower got it so wrong that he must come forward and any capitalized. He thank God. The fake news media knows who he is but Being an arm of the Democrat Party don't want to reveal him because there would be held to who pay reveal the whistle blower and end the impeachment hoax so first of all the he giving away the fifty percents. Roughly the stock options wins Then of course the use of the word the term Democrat Party instead of Democratic Party. That's a a stab poke Whistleblower Attorney Marks Arcs..
"mark arc" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Importance of Grit How do you guys feel about True Grit I've only seen the original this is a movie that I really enjoyed and not everybody enjoyed waited as much as I enjoyed it this is my hateful eight which I enjoyed in this movie I really enjoyed is as well I thought bridges was great Haley Steinfeld is great that Matt Damon Mr La for whatever his name was with the beef we settled us so good stuff in there yeah but it's a remake of a classic so that's tough I mean good good performance I couldn't and figure out the end and we ever figure out the end your bump by the fact that she was reminiscent voice over like he died years later or some some time line there was a time line the thing that bumped me at the end which I couldn't figure out if we're in the past or the future that almost totally forgettable it's every hits the mark ARC com brothers hot bag and a B. but it's not bad for me just like in money or in one I f the other this is yes so again hateful hateful eight and this movie the two I like that you didn't spend speaking of Western James Mangold moving one movie I have not seen was a remake three ten to Yuma oh that's August let's get bail and I know you so bring that up that's a nice movie all right don't think the critics loved it but it's a good good movie with solid performances and a good cast and I'm worried a bet the people have it higher than the critics six but I still think it's a good movie sixty eight law this is where I met my comeback this is up for best picture going ninety one I split split the difference with Brian the movie how do you not interpret Brian by now in this game I get ten points just because it would brian never never give up my innocence better seventy five true grit is fresh at ninety six God dammit Charly Down I love this movie people have met yes the rug show that I did not lie I don't love this movie all the time and I'm looking at candidate Bryan knows he's very quiet very quiet Brian almost for this slip like this is up for best picture this movie I I love this movie but I thought they punish when they remake classics I thought they punish them sometimes I think true grits are sees me three ten to you must pretty high I think if if the if it's the right formula but the direct CUMBRAE Coen brothers man bad review God Damn I love this movie in our final film the Great Wall of China is under attack from wait for it alien monsters and only Matt Damon with his trusty esty bow and Arrow and a team of European mercenaries can fend off the CGI beasts and save the world or China or something two thousand seventeen the Great Wall Ninety nine or one hundred quit I'm sorry I have to say that this starring Matt Damon and Chinese Sneeze people all right that's great and the title Yeah All right this movie was only made for the Chinese market unfortunately there's no other reprint exists as wouldn't exist in Matt Damon wouldn't fight killer ants on top of an old wall I I have seen this movie defin- you have an advantage soup to nuts I've seen a lot okay because to get a drink I have I love Tair where you get me get me in maritime disaster movies at Sea World to at C. You got me and you always get me with giant killer insect movies noted always down with that edge tomorrow yes down always down with giant killer insect so I watch a lot it's really you know professionally made I trust throw me off Brian I never saw the boom mic once well you know crafted good CGI and all that kind of stuff now look there's people that can go zero here and and that that that's an interesting it's a bold move to close game but it's interesting you're five point deduction you know what I mean like you could go six but that's probably not going to get you the five you know what I mean had enough action in everything all right I'm going bald them zero well shit okay well with my Halloween costume circa nineteen ninety-two mark gray seventeen I was going to say eighteen and I wrote wrote twelve the Great Wall is rotten but not that run at thirty six runaway hit wow how must have been enough scared critics like scared of China critics are Chinese croutons yeah the landscape justic Yeah Oh yeah damn it the man had the lead the whole way but that thirty six points will come back to bite him g drag at sixty one you on the podium bald Bryan Investing Gina by two points fifty nine leaving Adam Corolla I deserve to win and when I say leaving Adam Karol I mean you left your gone seventy eight third-place Brian wins man and it should have been zero that's crazy whatever present well it should have been zero in the fact that just like rounder should be one hundred because again sixties the Mason Dixon line there's thirty thirty six percent of reviewers shouldn't have it fraction have an above that it was a horrible movie but I think maybe there was some Chinese folks involved with reviewing thing that it makes sense because how do you get that you know into the thirties it's it's easily at low teen single-digit Gitte move up all right all right check out the official Lakers podcast by the way on podcast one good podcasts on what's going on with the Lakers are back in in in rare former coming back into championship form all right we'll have yes real quick you thought come commonality between you and Three manual interviewing daymond mangled and bail you have all appeared at the Oscars. Oh not you on stage it'd be and one for writing ice-breaking Troy Christian Bale's run multiple Oscars I think James Mangled nominated for Writing Logan just a couple years ago all right the Moscow talk as Fellas has been the Oscars Multiple Times. Let's talk all right we will take ourselves a break we'll I'll have a Matt Damon and Christian Balance Mangled next and then we'll come back to that do from this long I stole all I found on the advocates curse and its eyes are just very life icon head keeps spinning ooh that is scary really scary missing out on GEICO's easy to use mobile app.
"mark arc" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
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"mark arc" Discussed on PRI's The World
"One initiate includes fact checking partnerships with news organizations nations across the globe. The collaboration Canada has been in place for more than a year Emma. Jacobs sat down with the main reporter on Canada's fax checking team. I'll show you ooh facebook.com. Louis Boudoir has access to a special part of facebook. Most people can't see the list of stories Canadian users have flagged as false news but here I can see how many times something was shared in total how many times they were shared in the past twenty four hours but Doi- works for the AFP wire service which facebook pays to do fact checking and Canada using this list of flag stories and other tools but y chooses articles and memes to dig into he employs traditional reporting tools calling up experts and looking up statistics and he also relies on the internet tools like ones that help identify when images are being used out of context here all the screen shot to I use reverse image search for example to demonstrate that a photo that supposedly shows refugees in Sweden is actually of protesters and Chile and boom. I've got like all these websites here that I used an identical image most of the disinformation Baldwin comes across involves politics and also health and science. It's like climate change or vaccines he writes up anything he's able to disprove in a post for the AFP fact check blog and people who shared the false item get a notification on facebook with a link to the post saying which are there's additional reporting on this matter by afe content about when marks arcs as false gets shown to facebook users less but not taken down the original poster sometimes right him to say they've changed their article to to try and get it on flagged. Those posters are usually Canadian not international but if you're GONNA ask me about Russian butts okay about Russia. The Canadian eighty in government has shared several generic warnings about risks of foreign interference in advance of Canada's October elections. The communications security the establishment and intelligence agency declined an interview but former politician Allen Rock wrote a report on potential problems for the Transatlantic Commission Commission on Elections Integrity. He says there are concerns that certain countries might try to influence public opinion Russia of course has made major priority in foreign policy so Russia China Iran and perhaps others they may not support a specific candidate or create eight fake articles but try to amplify divisive issues or extreme messages to undermine the way democracy works to reduce public confidence in it to to encourage controversies among our citizens to undermine social cohesion. This is what Russia is alleged to have done during European parliamentary elections ends earlier this year the fact checker. Bowdoin says he doesn't think he's seeing say Russian created propaganda in any case. He says the motivation in behind. What's being shared isn't really his concern? I do very much just like straight up debunking so they has to be an element that is factually inaccurate. Ah someone's being intellectually dishonest misleading whatever as long as they're factually correct. It's not supposed to debunk them. He applies is this task to a flagged that was put out by a group opposed to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau it dealt with the controversial topic of Canadians returning from fighting for Isis some Guy Holding AK forty seven and wearing some kind of a black mask and he's sitting in a comfy looking chair on the phone the caption in Matt Classic Mean Font has the guy saying and I'm summarizing a little here. I can go commit crimes. Abroad and Trudeau will just let me back in the accompanying text mocks poetry classes that are in fact one piece of wider reintegration effort for returning jihadists and their families so it's not the whole story but Bowden's verdict. The core of the post is basically true. This passes the fact check test and won't get flagged. It's really hard and messy. Fenwick Mckelvey is an associate professor of communications at Concordia University and so I'm so also sympathetic to someone who's doing such important work and at the same time like man that is just such a gigantic problem at true false test. He says doesn't adequately address what what are the limits of acceptable speech on facebook and other social media and that I think is really where we see the inability of silicon valley actually innovate in terms of real responses as we reached out to facebook to talk more about the.
"mark arc" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Infrastructure which has been produced very high results in education especially in health actually as you've seen how just simply a comment on that but they were busy when you see the difference in in health outcomes between Green rich countries of Europe and even richer on a per capita basis United States. He's actually quite dramatic is actually Europe like France and Spain have a with Japan the best outcome in inland Javy Dan life expectancy so these are all the aspects that they believe were actually a APU aspects that one should really emulate and take over from social democratic systems but about life expectancy just to to just pick on a particular detail there because you mentioned the United States having had great gains while that may be true on average. That's yet no no. I meant actually Europe has a great gains but compare when you compare for example France in Spain with the US US despite of having higher income has ma listen results in life experience because I was going to say because it doesn't it didn't necessarily ring true in the United United States because so many people actually have had to have had had their life expectancy go backwards the United States. It's actually quite unique. Feature also that life expectancy is going backwards for large segments of people well. We have to take a quick break here. We are talking with Professor Branko Milanovic. He is one of the leading economies studying inequality today. He's got a new book. cout is called capitalism alone the future of the system that rules the world is kind of the second part of our little pop up mini series on capitalism. We'll be right back. This is on point meet. This is on point. I magnin Chakrabarti. We're talking this hour with Branko Milanovic. He is a professor at the city the University of New York one of the leading economists studying inequality in the world today. His new book is capitalism alone the future of the system that rules the world and professor Milosevic one of its so many comments coming in online here. We've got Hound Cat Mike saying unchecked. Capitalism will devour itself planes planes dealer says capitalism. Eliza only works if the gains it produces are widely shared. Adam Smith knew that from the get-go as a plane's dealers says Esteban Fernandez tells us it's clear that capitalism should should be abolished and replaced with more human environmental centered system focused on ensuring sustainability and a high quality of life no professor at Milanovic Donovan. Your book is so rich with detail. We could spend hours about any particular chapter but I did want to give a minute. I did WANNA give a minute or two to your your explanation of a completely lately different kind of capitalism. That's embodied in China. You call political capitalism. What do you mean by that. Well there again. You know the terminology is not my. I didn't want to invent like you know. Titles Randomly Wait with from vapor who actually talked of systems which are capitalist logistic but where the control of the political sphere is a precondition for economic power so you're not if here parallelism between between the American and the Chinese to make very simple capitalism's in the American case you have essentially economic power which then leads you to the political power and we see see that every day let alone to the I mean people who are become billionaires in control the newspapers and then gradually control the political process give money to the candidates and so on but not this direction in from economic power political boring well then you go to China there because it's political capitalism the the direction is different because you I accede to the political power and uses that political power to actually reach your family friends and to create to get shares shares in the enterprises and so on so the direction is different. The outcome is similar but the direction is different and those who have become rich without political influence sweater it would be you know entrepreneurs that we know. I'm not going to name names but you know people like like object. My I'll know I'm naming. They are actually they of course are not have not rigid position politicaly but their power is always circumscribed because it cannot be exercised fully freely not awards the state if necessary is sufficiently strong to put an end or stop or to control them to thwart board them in certain intentions saying that sensitive political capitalism and a doctor I will finish with Edward has three features which I believe they find it very well. I it has an efficient administration which is absolutely necessary for capitalism which is somewhat bureaucratic. Secondly cannot cannot have a rule of law because otherwise if you have the rule of law than you don't have discretionary power and thirdly the state has to be autonomous in other words. The state can decide is just fay in some cases to go after people who actually are troublemakers economically well anyway in addition to that as you say that it's it's not any better at solving the problem of inequality right and and and so here's here's the fascinating thing and as you point out in your book we're living in a time time where inequality between nations is shrinking right largely because of the rise of China and other Asian countries correct. We haven't really seen it before happened at this at this rate the speed but at the same time inequality within nations is increasing. Have have we ever had the to coincide like that. Not We never had this particular combination. You know we actually we have the data from the early. nine defector actually actually they start from eighteen twenty and we can chart really this types of inequality and what was happening in the nineteenth century was that both between inequality was increasing because the western Europe North America so one became richer and India and China stated old level of income and you know inequality between nations nations went up and inequality within them also went up but we never had the situation that we have now that there is a significant decline in between country entry inequality mostly due to the Asian growth and it's not only China. It's also India Vietnam Thailand Malaysia Indonesia and so forth and on the other hand inequality within each of those nations including China as you mentioned actually which has inequality higher than the US level. inequality in each of them has gone up so so we never had that particular combination of of the of the twin equality right so even as people even as nations are doing things right. Everyone seems to be doing everything wrong all at the same sometime but let's go to Adam who's calling from Detroit Michigan Adam. You're on the air hi. It's great to be on point. I'm I'm just wondering I can't you know this is really astounding that we're having this discussion about the merits of capitalism and we're even talking about socialism on air right now. I'm wondering why we can't really bring in some of the critiques that were pen by Karl Marx in the Nineteenth Century that I think are really important for fully fully understanding the system and the massive amount of human suffering and inequality that it really produces and now something that I think that we ought talk about is that we live in a society and we should be honest about this where there are really two classes of people those who produce the working class and those who own who don't work for a living the capitalist Class I mean I'm sure you're aware of of the new numbers right recently released by Oxfam that there are twenty ninety six billionaires who own as much wealth as five billion human beings on earth our Adam really honestly draft yeah. No I take your point Adam and obviously obviously you brought that that question to the table so so let us. Let's address it Professor Mulanovich. What do you think let me just to do it very briefly. I agree with being with Adam said actually and it's not that we cannot talk about Karl Marx actually if you read my book there is lots of quotes of Mark's actually the two people who might quote the most actually I looked at my you know index when I finished the book and this is Adam Smith and Karl Marx so Marxists quoted and I think it's actually probably one of the most perceptive critics of capitalism however today's capitalism is not the same as capitalism on you know during marks. Arcs live which you know we're talking about. One hundred fifty years have elapsed since that time and one point that the made has really changed now let me there are many manny boys which have changed but one of them for example we now have people who are at the same time reach in terms of capital amount of capital and Wealth Day on an income which received from the wealth without working but they are also working very hard and their wage workers although there may be wage workers CEO but still labor so that's something we didn't have in the past and these seems a good ingles because we don't have like only capitals and only workers however it is also ingrate it makes it more difficult control of inequality because you have people who are simultaneously reach in terms of salaries which they get and the returns on investment shares in investment income dividends so from the policy perspective. It's harder to deal then if you had only two classes Ossetia people so what I'm saying is basically capitalist. Today is different from the way to capitalise was one hundred fifty years ago. Okay so you know we've we've talked about liberal meritocratic capitalism as it's called as practiced perhaps in the United States social democratic capitalism in in some European countries political capitalism in China. You also talk briefly about other forms which I hadn't really heard of very much and it sort of engaged my mind about this question of what direction capitalism should go for example you talk about people's capitalism and gala -tarian capitalism water those you see I think that direction towards which of course when we're would agree with my sort of analysis and my diagnostics and whatever I think that direction is what they call people's capitalism now what is people's capitalism people's capitalism is where you're the distribution off. Financial capital is relatively I'm not saying equal but it's less unequal than it is now nowadays as you have the situation in the US and again. It's not only do as situation in quite a few other countries including Sweden. You're have essentially ten percent of population day all in which own about ninety percent of financial losses in in that sense every increase in the return to capitol translates as they were saying before into an increasing inequality now assume that you de-concentrated ownership as I was saying before we employs took ownership lands greater advantages for the middle class do own thinks so in that case you would have more equality in the distribution of assets in wealth and in that case we can talk about what they called called people's capitalism so people scheduling this would be the capital in where actually the middle class and even simpler people would have much higher stake into system through or the ownership of assets in particular financial assets and obviously housing is one as well but I particularly focused on the financial assets here so that will be the definition speak speak of people's capitalism. I seen you also say that. health care free healthcare education would help the question of intergenerational inequality absolutely. I think that's actually it's very clear I mean for education is almost by definition because as it were saying before so long as the access the same high quality education when saying really qualities very important word there because when we speak of only access to higher education well yes you can access skype occasion to you know law were sort of level or maybe lower considered colleges that are of lower level and you're not going to have income that you have it would be actually fraction.
"mark arc" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"He's tremendous. He's the best running back in football. It's a dual threat but you have to have the guy who can throw it. He can really throw wayne if you're in trouble against the defending super bowl champions who pulls it out in the fourth quarter. The baghdad picked him. The wolf is view that you don't want to get to create. Nobody deer in the headlights wins also that much as i don't want this one is patrick. Mahomes have the right mindset to lead the chiefs to us. We're gonna join us in a bit more. This time <music> patrick mahomes took the n._f._l. By storm last season on his way to winning spurs m._v._p. Mahomes a lit up scoreboards. It's on his way to over five thousand yards passing and fifty touchdowns peyton manning in his historic two thousand thirteen m._v._p. Season was the only other q._b. To hit those marks arcs when asked about fighting off a sense of accomplishment mahomes had this to say until you win the super bowl. I don't think you can place it with anything being being that close last year. Are you want to find a way to win it and until until you're able to do that and then we'll do it multiple times. I mean you never going to be a place where you're at shannon. Do like them home said you. You can't be complacent until you wanna super bowl well. I think he got his words mixed up skip. I think of your professional athletes there's two words you never wanna hear him out on another athlete's mouth and that's complacency in quit so if you win the super bowl now you can get complacent. I think one of the things that i admire most about tom. Brady is that even in his young career in which he won. He never said he scale the summit skip and instead of basking in the glory of what he had accomplished he marks. It's down the hill and found another summit to claim. That's what you have to have ever ever professional athletes remember when i made my first pro bowl it was i wanted the show. Everybody wasn't approved so i needed to beat the time that iran last on the track. I need to lift more weights. Were made my first all pro team. I wanted this not a fluke. I'm for real guys in winter the super bowl. I like my drive to get back again to show what what you're seeing. My individual and the team will come from. It's that's not a fluke hopefully like i said i believe he got his words mixed up skill because it seems like he's like well. If i win the super bowl okay maybe i can fail and you can never exhale when you play professional sports because there's someone always trying to catch you and so i'm gonna get. I'm gonna give him the benefit of the doubt but i do not like to hear complacency. Come out of a guys mouth. He says i'm not going to say i never going to be complacent because until i'm done i feel i can get better in. There's always something else i can accomplish. I am not going to give him the benefit of the doubt we had him on the show before the draft. He's a smart young man. I think he knows exactly the meaning meaning of complacent. I don't think he got any words mixed up. I think he just spoke his heart and spoke his mind and i think he is in danger of getting a a little too full of himself a little too quickly coming off his m._v._p. Season i think he's in danger of focusing on all the.
"mark arc" Discussed on About Last Night
"I match a second match. If that's as far as i can get with s program of the year it's time to step back yeah yeah right at the same time. Judas came out fuzzy did another eighteen months it was huge but then the the idea for japan came up to do this dream rematch with jericho and kenny omega who was a big star in japan was also from winnipeg rhymed from and it was almost like a mayweather mcgregor where they didn't think it would ever happen yeah because he worked for new japan. I worked for nobody went and worked at match and then it kind of opened up this whole new world of creativity which led to doing more in japan which eventually led me day w and now here i am thinking that i was going to stop in fifteen and we're getting them into twenty and i'm probably how do you say this though cisco here i'll say it you're having the best matches your career right now and printing with the most name value yeah that i've ever had as well so it's all the stars are lining. Yes and that's why i don't plan dan shit man. You got to go with it. We just found out that we sold ten thousand tickets for the first aid w t._v. Show in three hours today. We sold out coming to t._n._t. October second and no one thought it was gonna sell goat's a wednesday night. It's washington d._c. It's not a sexy city like ed or scotto and i was telling us guys. It's going to sell out. Talia boom went clean in the first three hours. There's a buzz about awa because it's the first time in twenty years here's there's legitimate <hes> once again not competition but an alternative option because he used to be just w._w._e. Wants vince bought w._c._w. A._b._c. does he bought his competition. There is really nothing going up against him now and <hes> i said this when i was a guest on your podcast talk is jericho. Awa seems like like whenever you're watching w._w._e. And you're like this is kids shit. Watch a w a._w._s. For the marks arcs a._w._s. for the die hard wrestling fans but we'll buy we want to do though is is draw people in with that but then when we national we're going to have to appeal chair to to wrestling fans that don't know who a lot of these guys are the ass while the reasons why i was so instrumental to bring a guy like me in <hes> because i'm the one guy on the roster that everybody knows rose if you're arresting fan yeah and that goes for fans from the nineties to the tries to now and you need that you need some brand recognition to go. I know what that right but if you also talked about the fact that you know in in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight kinda the the the middle of the monday night wars twelve million people watching wrestling on a monday night now now if you get three million they're happy thrilled. Where do those other nine million go. They might be gone forever or maybe they just don't like w._b._z. Pretty soon when we start our weekly t._v. Auto ratings we draw but it's exciting because you have a whole roster of guys that people in a nationwide level don't know who've been doing this for ten years and are super popular popular worldwide. Yeah you know but there's going to be people that never heard of the young bucks or kanye mega or all these guys and they're gonna go. Who in the hell are these guys. They're amazing..
"mark arc" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Rothlisberger roles to his right and hits a young guy name Antonio Brown for the first down that let steelers run out the clock to clinch the A._F._C. title every jets fan that knows the game and was following what was going the second half just wanted to see mark Sanchez the ball one more time because he was playing incredibly well in the second half and it's a great what if in his career in jets history if they could have gotten that last stop but they didn't and that is it good luck Mark Sanchez and whatever comes next <hes> let us now hit eight o'clock the light Dr Right today cloudy loan signed Franchise Tag Player expected to report before week. One Mark Arc surprised well. I I would have been a couple of days ago but Tom Pella Sarah talked to someone who said they'd be shocked if he missed any regular season games also from Tom Pellicer oh he reports quote. No new deal is on the horizon at this point for Tom. Tom Brady the Patriots quarterback going on forty two years old another chip on the shoulder the old man West will you never know that lack of a contract is coming from Brady or from the Patriots but Mike Giardi from N._F._l.. Network says there is some frustration mhm from Brady's camp. This hasn't been taken care of you. <hes> interesting drama Ricky Cooper Cup the Rams Wide Receiver Tours A._C._l.. <hes> last November will avoid the act of public to open training Camp Great News Marxist for team that missed Cooper Cup down the stretch last year a team that has questions about Todd Gurley for a team. That's wondering how Jared Goff will rebound from an ugly ugly Super Bowl. This is a nice bit of news. Here's the bad news view potentially mark set devolve watch. The Patriots have signed tight end. Land's Kendricks isn't that the roster spot the default would hypothetically have at the stage as I tweeted I think this is the move behind the move behind the move ooh or like that <hes> <hes> Bobby Wagner reports to the seahawks Duke Johnson also reports to the browns West so some people are reporting decide being unhappy. Yes good that Bobby Wagner is there. This seems like Earl. Thomas is <hes> the way he handed it last year that he might not give one hundred percent and practices but he's still going to be tomorrow. I'm annoyed this on this Duke. John's thing I'm not saying is the greatest running back on the planet but that the supposed to give away for a bag of spoons because he's disgruntled. Don't do it mark I no. You're furious about this. The redskins partways linebacker Mason foster vet this is your platform. I'm still coming to grips with this. <hes> I'm working on a ridden piece a personal diary piece that I just need dump out some emotions a lot of conflict colleague what I do Sanchez. I just thought your Mason foster monologue hit hard averaging forces inside of me over this topic not ready to discuss hey west. This is not laughing matter but Adrian Peterson is reportedly in financial ruin <hes> guy that's made more than double of any running back N._F._l.. History one hundred million and he's got people coming after over loans. It's like trying to keep watering your hands yeah. You just wonder like who's who who just like water. That's I'll leave it there. Andy Reid exotic off season activity. He had some Mexican food mark. One okay need more information. He was asked if he uh did anything fun or exotic exotic this off season and he said that he had Taco bell. No he had Chili Rellenos. Oh there's a stray Ainhoa stretching boundaries of the human experience whenever you can. That's my next project chilly rains. That's what's happening in the news downright as promised Sd our next guest you know she his senior writer over at E._S._p._N.. She's involved in roughly four hundred E._S._p._N.. Programs and n beyond the Queen of Bristol Meena kinds welcome to the around the N._F._l.. podcast past the Queen of everywhere but Bristol or that's what I've managed so far. It's so good to have you on the show we are big fans of yours.
"mark arc" Discussed on Bytemarks Cafe
"Sometimes literally, I know for a fact that when I was in high school, and if I had to go to the neighbor just going to the neighbor island would be a homesick experience. Right. We have certainly we've had students come to the big island that had never been off of Ohio more never left Moltke, for instance. And it's part of the excitement when we bring this covert together. Everybody's got a different story. Everybody's got a different experience. While the the terror that you sort of referenced Jenna on that first day. I think everybody's got that feeling they've met each other online. They've started to collaborate. They've seen some really brilliant, brilliant, ideas out of each other. But when they meet for the first time, they're sort of scoping each other out. And because we had actually told them pretty clearly that we had so many applicants this year that it was a. Very select group. I think that there is a little bit of an intimidation factor, and it took a little while for them to warm up, and we do some very deliberate things to build community. We think the team building is a huge part of entrepreneurship. And so we we try and deconstruct that a bit and show them. How do you put a team together? So what they're going through an experience. We're also stepping back pretty frequently and saying, so why don't we just do that activity? And and how did we create a place where it was safe for you to talk with your teammates who come from a vastly different background from you ver- instance, now now Jen I do want to ask you what your post now Luca academy experience has been like, but would hold that thought. We'll be right back to this short break to continue our conversation with both David Clarke and Jennifer Cada about Nankai academy and the experience and what's up for twenty nineteen. This is bite marks. Cafe support for bite. Mark. Arcs cafe comes from the HP. Our local talk show fund which helps Hawaii public radio sustain and grow its locally produced..
"mark arc" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"The planets champion Daniel Bryan in this elimination chamber match now full disclosure her. I'm a little bit of a mark for the baby faces. Hey baby faces heels hate heels. Were all going after one thing. I know it's elimination chamber but I'm using the analogy of world trying to climb up that ladder to grab the title. I'm a little bit of a mark arc of that right so with that said that's why I have a special place in the heart for this storyline but I think it's being told fantastic right. Samoa Joe this Juggernaut who just says like I we'll take out. Everyone don't delete if you don't believe me yeah look at Dana O'Brien choked him outlook at A._J.. Styles choked him out if you don't think I can take him out on the Mike just reference last week two weeks ago now what I did all the people in the Ring Right Vaccines Provo this this week was just killing into <hes> yeah. Danial Brian again played a little bit of the Becky Lynch Card or you know his old. I'm Abi Plus Player Card where they say where he says like. They're trying to take me out because they don't you want me to speak my truth well. Here's a fun to us for him to as he was in Washington so he was like the finally people who understand what I'm talking about right yeah. What a great way to say like? Isn't it awesome that these people people understand me but then the rest of the world is a bunch of idiots and they go like yeah. They don't even know how to do there yeah but I guess people in Chicago or okay or are you know Saint Louis. Whatever but it's perfect how he played that because he knew right you reference any Daniel Bryan in Seattle raw smackdown he gets cheered till they're all blue in the face so he it had to do something and then recycle Rowen? That's what I'm calling them from now on recycle ruin <hes> he guts out there and then they start like willing this motherfucker from Seattle so I'm booing him and what him and the Dingle Brian go don't what him he only he gets me. You guys obviously aren't maybe getting this. You know loved him. It's reduce reuse recycle Rohan yes right. That's what it is so you have the Juggernaut Samoa Joe you had the champion who feels like you know outside forces and his own competitors are trained to take him out because he's speaking things that people don't want to hear you have who he thinks you know and you could in the storyline storylines. Say is the best wrestler in the World A._J.. Style saying like remember who the real champ is this Daniel Bryan he ain't it. It's me I'm the best and then you have just you know that legendary status of a figure in Randy Orton Zane like remember. I can arco anyone in a split second then you have another kind. I wish they'd played this a little bit more but I kind of get the vibe of the Jeff Hardy. He's the weakest of all the competitors competitors as far as storyline but a wish they'd go into the like. Hey I've been here twenty years. This might be my last shot almost that Christian one more match kind of vibe but as far as the W._w.. Title Goes I was just thinking I watched yes it almost like mid Jeff. Hardy did not do bad in that backstage interview and on his own like yeah all right whatever find hey you know what I mean. It will take care of this later. You know what I mean like F._U.. Right like I was like that wasn't bad at all like Jeff Really Sucks Saux in that moment really he did typically very bad. I wish however he I want him to play going in now. He only has one more week to tell a story but the like hey guys you know my brother retired. We started the same time am I can see the writing on the wall or the writing on my face and says this might be my last shot. I need to make every second cow. I wouldn't even if he like like thought of that and like he comes out like not in the get up in the you know what I mean like. I just like t shirt jeans no paint like I'm GONNA fight somebody. You know what I mean. We'd be like Oh shit at parties yeah. I'm using this last title shot and the person that's GonNa win. This isn't the charismatic `Nigma it's the person the man Jeff Hart right like have that little vibe to him that I think would put him over the top as far as more credibility with the others in the storyline but then you have Mustafa Ali right the upstart the hey ain't no one fucking with me. I'm a young I'm good looking. I'm a former COP nothing in here I haven't seen before have you seen fuck moves. Look at my blue heart. I'm fucking coolest thing in the world. There's a reason they took me from tool five live to the main event. It's because I'm shit like low big. My they were thing is just the week is just out. It's incredible to me and we were talking about this off air. It's incredible incredible to me that a to our our show can tell a main event story better than a three hour show with only two people in it seth rollins and brock listeners now two weeks ago. I thought it was very appropriate. It very good. I thought it was good starting point with the brock listener at five six times you know <hes> is that all you got the little guy you're the beast Yada Yada Yada but in the second leak and I get breaking gave evaded here but brock listener doesn't show up every week but then we just get into promos right yeah and so it just feels flat and dull in kind of buying our time right like we're saying you know as of this recordings February six mix. I guess we'll just wait till April right with that story but you have. I don't even Tim I'm being dead serious. I don't even know which is a great thing. I don't even know who or what the the W._W._e.. Championship match or champion will be at wrestlemainia yeah. I don't know they could legitimately be A._J.. Styles champ versus a rematch of Daniel Bryan it can be Daniel. Bryan in the MS is right. It could be yeah one hundred different things which is why you watch I mean there is aspects of hey. We need to get from a to be to see so you have to get to see kind of thing but smackdown is killing with his main event storyline and it's a rushed it feels like a rushed six men you know jumbled kind of <hes> Goulash of of stories but they're telling everything really well. I love it. It's my favorite thing the week <hes> I like it a lot to for all the reasons you mentioned there man and that's a good point at the in there where like they could. I could see them. Anybody really winning this. I mean that Dana Brian storylines hot but I could see them being like I don't know how we're GONNA carry this dominion who's GonNa Care and Marin you know he can still do it but with something different right like yeah okay yeah totally could see that so. I don't think you're GONNA see a Musalia win it but or Jeff Hardy or Randy Orton the other three C. Reindeer and Winning Day fucking Love Rain for you love or any Orton don't they. How many times have we like rainy or not going to be involved wrestlemainia and then he's in a title match Bray Way Diet like easily? Let's cover the stuff. That wasn't the our favorite things because it clearly wasn't any you know what I mean. It wasn't good <hes> well. Some of it was good. Hey <hes> are they teasing a riots. The riots are going to break up here. Do you think that well so they they were heavy on how like she ran away and then her backstage promo was all like well they obviously needed my help and we're friends and that's something they wouldn't know about and stuff like that like I think they may be. You know what I mean. Yeah I took it as Rhonda took care of the Lightweights of the riot squad and you know like I said we have to pay per views until mania so we're going to do one with Ruby right which probably the next one right. That's who I'm assuming yeah I wonder if at the same time like if they're gonNA play into because they kind of hit on that a couple times about like you know what I mean like well. She's the only one who didn't go in and find she's like Oh. I need to rest of it right that kind of stuff right. I definitely could easily see a you know slow burn of these little hints and then at the May Young Classic Have Sarah Logan and live Morgan Eliminate Ruby riot and that starts the dissension Shen of the you know whatever was the riot squad after mania yeah I could easily see that culminating as elimination in the May young classic what I don't ever want to see again as Fox Nikki Cross teamed up again. That was yes so I do but I don't WanNA leash a Fox. What I'm saying that is I'm one hundred percent all in on Nikki Cross Right Maki Cross to me the when she did the Alastair Black Johnny any Gargano who did it thing one hundred percent right and I think the whole Weirdo in the shadows that knows more than she tries to portray and then might attack you for no fucking reason think it's perfect now? The fraud that is Alicia Fox can get the fuck Outta here. Get you suck it acting. You're not believable. You're entering talent is good. You're very athletic. I'm not saying that but as far as on my television by get out you're if you're fired tomorrow. It's a day too late is what I'm trying to say. Get Out all right so I wouldn't mind though if you had Niki Cross and believable crazy person as her her sidekick and they're just like they did the start off this match with Baileigh. Sasha banks jumping before no fucking reason love it just Alicia Fox. You're a fraud. You're not good at your job. You might be a good person. You're very athletic athletic and the ring. I don't care about matches. As far as I care about characters your bad character I dislike you care about their winning number one contenders. Here's what said bad. This is. What's honestly said <hes> full disclosure? I didn't watch raw to up until this point when they had their number. One contenders match right. I was <hes> doing something else. I was at glory. I got home late right when they were named number. One contender like okay I- hundred percent forgot who the raw tag team champions were who are yeah. I said Oh cool to the number continues continues who the fuck the chips and I totally forgot that it's Gabel and Rude Oh God when they done this batch four times so either pull the trigger on a real tag do not to say that Gabel and Ruder bed but I'm I'm just saying the revival have a name. They look the part they've been an X._T.. Champs like they have a track record trigger on the revival and then do the gable rude. You know one turns on the other and let's in my humble opinion you know push gable to the fucking mon here and then they will there. We get how gable in Lille rush don't have a fucking match every other week on tool. Five Live or raw is just mind boggling stupid. How good was wheel rush versus Spin Bowler? Yeah it had been maller. Leo Rush Chad Emil Checking Yeah guys like that. You Know Raves Stereo. Yes names that I can get behind and characters that are believable believable and jet. I know right when you lose an X._T.. Yeah tweet the table. Say How stupid I am and how much of a fan boy I am Chad game but I think Chad Gable hasn't all I really. I think he's Kurt Angle to point. I he's funny. I think he cuts good Promo. Obviously he's great and ring how he's here to five champion is insane. I got you Chad Gable for Christmas and of glad you brought up Kurt Angle because okay so kurt angle does the not the Mark Henry but the I'm going to retire and then it gets interrupted but why are we still doing this storyline this this Corbin McIntyre stroman angle storyline. Do you know a single person that cared about this when I did it. That would still care about it now even now again so there's no right one of my concerns in as I said they're still to pay per view to get to Wrestlemainia but hell Braun strowman from post Wrestlemainia to royal rumble now he had a little bit more hiccups this year than last year but how from post wrestlemainia Romania <hes> raw to royal rumble is Braun Strowman. You're most over or second most over talent consistently throughout that and then once we get to wrestlemainia season. He's in we. Just go like Oh shit. We gotta do something with Braun like last year. That tag thing was so stupid. Dumb forgettable hated it but at that time he was like one of the most over talent and and this year again he's one of the most over talents and we're doing a two thousand eighteen storyline with drew McIntyre Barron Corbin there give he's turning into the big show two point. Oh but he's over. That's were bic show. It felt like Okay Andrea Kurt Angle. Maybe a more under the giant style booking at the end like although giant never lost though but you get what I'm saying like like still out. You know what I mean like. You can go do whatever whatever spot. Nobody cares as long as they saw him yeah the only thing that I hope the this is how I'm booking. You'll need to do a t Max story time doing next door so yeah team next door is this is how I quickly ugly..
"mark arc" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
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"mark arc" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
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