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Biden marks 50M vaccine doses in first 5 weeks
"Celebrating 50 million covered 19 vaccine shots administered in the US, Adam. Vaccination of it near the White House president, Biden said. Despite the progress, Americans have to keep washing hands, maintaining social distance and wearing masks, cases and hospitalizations could go back up. With new variants as they emerge. So I want to make something really very clear. This is not a time to relax by and emphasized the approved Corona virus vaccines have been proven safe and effective. Former U S Surgeon general
Biden marks 50M vaccine doses in first 5 weeks
"Biden is celebrating that his administration is halfway to its goal of administering 100 Million Cove in 19 vaccine doses in his 1st 100 days in office. At a White House ceremony today, The president touted the 50 million vaccine doses that have been distributed The story of this vaccination campaigns like the story of everything hard and New American does. Some confusion is set back to the start. Then if we do the right things, we have the right plan to get things moving. That's what we're seeing right now. Weeks before I became president of previous administrations saw six million shots administering last week. This coming week. We will administer over 12 million shots, double the pace. In just six weeks that we've been in office. The U. S. Was distributing an average of about 900,000 doses of vaccine a day when he took office in January on January 20th The U. S. Has administered about 67 million doses since December, when five years vaccine became the first to be approved for emergency use.
Man donates $20 million to college he dropped out of
"It. Now he's doing something different to mark that occasion. Here's CBS News correspondent Matt Piper. The same school Calvin Tyler once attended, has announced he's donated $20 million to increase the scholarship fund established in his name. Tyler enrolled in what was then Morgan State College, a historically black school in Baltimore, Maryland in 1961, But he left two years later due to lack of funding and became a ups driver. He eventually worked out. Way up the ranks to become senior vice president before his retirement in 1998, the donations Tyler had already given. The school previously has awarded
Showers and Storms in Dallas This Weekend
"Maybe they're all just Cal Roberts tonight, showers and storms storms increasing increasing coverage. coverage. Those storms could a future some heavy rain, lightning and maybe even some small hail as well. All rain exits the areas we head into tomorrow morning, and your Friday will be cloudy and cool with highs in the upper fifties. Saturday. FUTURE some scattered showers. Maybe some storms highs in the upper sixties. Sunday will feature better chance for rain with highs in the mid to upper sixties light rain 47 degrees of DFW Airport.
Biden marks 50M vaccine doses in first 5 weeks in office
"President Biden is marking another milestone in the virus pandemic fight but this time it's a positive one the president says America is halfway to its goal of administering one hundred million vaccine shots in his first one Hundred Days fifty million shocked saying that's a weeks ahead of schedule on just his thirty seventh day in office this is not a victory lap this is everything is not fixed as virus variants spread the virus cases could go back up man this is not the time for Americans to relax the president says they need to keep washing hands and keeping their distance for god's sake for god's sake I'll wear a mask Sager made ani Washington
Amazon loses its head of Fire TV, Kindle and Luna to Unity
"The boss of amazon luna has bounced from amazon This is tom warren. At the verge amazon's head of fire tv kindle and it's new cloud gaming service to part of the company this month mark witton has joined unity as an executive on the company's unity create business. Unity is a cross platform game engine that many developers use to get their games running across multiple devices. Whitten's departure spotted by matthew ball on. Twitter comes less than six months. After amazon launched an early access version of luna the company's new cloud gaming service. It also comes during the same month. Google announced its shutting down. Its in house game development studios for stadia. That's left the writing on the wall for stadium as it increasingly. Looks like google will focus on licensing the underlying tech. It is built out to industry
California becomes first state to surpass 50,000 COVID deaths
"California's passing 50,000 coronavirus deaths the first state in the country to mark that to make that mark. New York is just behind it over 47,000 deaths, while California has more deaths than any other state. The New York Times says 30. Other states have more deaths per capita than California just this week the U. S top 500,000 deaths
Recent drone attack on Saudi royal palace launched from Iraq
"See the Iran backed militia official in Baghdad and a U. S. official say explosive laden drones that's targeted at Saudi Arabia's royal palace last month we launched from inside Iraq speaking to the AP this week the militia official said three drones were launched from Iraqi Saudi border areas by a relatively unknown Iran backed faction in Iraq the crash into the royal palace in Riyadh causing significant damage on exacerbating regional tensions the comments by the senior Iraqi militia official marked the first time and Iran backed group has it millage the rock was the origin of the attack it points to the challenge Baghdad faces in stemming attacks by Iranian backed militia factions in Iraq I'm Charles Taylor this month
Prophecy End Times Rapture could it happen today - burst 02
"Into rapture and so we want to really like you know dissect that a little bit more. We'll also talk about it next week But the whole purpose. The reason why we went to this topic of in times in prophecy is to help people walk through and have hope of what is to come and as a believer. We have a different a follower of christ. We have a different way of viewing our life in so we know that when we die the to be absent from the bible body the bible says we will be present with the lord that we don't fear the sting of death because we know that we will have eternal life for all of for the rest of our lives because of what jesus did and we also believe that there's going to be an end of the church day we we believe that you know jesus brought in church. We don't find the church anywhere in the old testament but we all we find it coming in the new testament and that there's going to be a day when the church is going to be fulfilled in that is the day we believe that is called the rapture and so when that happens the church then we'll be caught up and we'll be taken to have been and then we will live with jesus for all eternity but there's a lot more steps that won't take place so last week. We kind of set the stage. We talked about what israel's role we talked about it. Everything's going to revolve around israel and we're gonna talk about that more today and then we're gonna talk moving forward in the coming weeks. We're going to talk about what what is to be expected. We're going to kind of go through a chronological order of the last days. So there's let me just set
Amnesty strips Alexei Navalny of 'prisoner of conscience' status
"There was a time when a figure like alexei navalny might have been able to count on if little else the full-throated support of amnesty international. The russian opposition figurehead would appear to meet. Every definition of a prisoner of conscience imprisoned on exceedingly dubious pretext spy unpleasant authoritarians and slash. With no record of ever having furthered he's caused through perpetrating inciting or suggesting violence however amnesty appear to differ on the basis of remarks made by navalny about immigrants a few years back. Amnesty has announced that whatever they will classify navalny as prisoner of conscience is not one. Join with more on this by mark kelly. Russia analyst and author of several books most recently a short history of russia. Mark festival to this maneuver by amnesty. Aren't they missing the point of prisoner of conscience a little bit that it's not necessary that you actually agree with them. Yeah absolutely and this is definitely something of an own-goal for amnesty. And especially so because it seems to bury much be have been triggered by a campaign or if not orchestrated by the kremlin but certainly sort of very much augmented by kremlin friendly. Voices in on social media does hurt navarre only at all it. Does i mean we go. To realize that the kremlin the moment is trying to portray him as anything but a immoral icon. I mean this wine set of charging him with treason or anything like that. They've gone for embezzlement. And basically he's dismissing a great patriotic war veteran and this is going to be an ready. It is being magnified by the russian state media as if it somehow amnesty deciding that novell abadan of course amnesty saying they still think that he should not be imprisoned so forth but that kind of nuance doesn't matter. So the kremlin is definitely gonna use this for it's worth which part of the russian electorate public does this stuff play with though i mean the charges against navalny especially that one. You alluded to of having insulted a veteran of the great patriotic. I mean that's absurd even if true that you would put somebody in the dark for that. The point is this is a long game. Let's be honest. Nevada is going to be in prison for at least two and a years. and what. the substandard kremlin tactic. They basically throw so much mud that even if each individual charge is when you look at it pretty ridiculous at some point just begins to sift into the subconscious of of many of the potential electric. Who aren't really people following the news in detail. They not committed inobound nights. They just went on the they. Just get unsensitive. Oh yeah you know what there will lose court. Cases wasn't their rulers allegations. The hope is that it'll stick again. It's not a sophisticated tactic but they hope is that skin. They have so much control over the media and probably a couple of years to do it. They can black and his reputation before he ever sees the light of day. We have talked before about the strategic sense of this from your vladimir putin on the russian regimes point of view as like why you would turn valley into the center of a circus rather than just ignore him. They hoping though that if he is sent to the salt pile fluently for at least two and a half years that he will just be forgotten about. Definitely the idea. I mean again. They hope is that this way he just simply becomes someone who again used to be someone now. Of course. The difficulty is the moment they have him in a top security prison within a prison. In due course he's going to have to go out and presumed me to just an ordinary prison or in this case a penal colony which is how the russians classify that their prisons and at that point. You know there is the chance that he will have access to whether it's sort of illegal cell phones that he can send out the message and so forth so the there is going to be this constant narrative struggle navanly's people want to keep his memory alive. They want to make into a current thing. The kremlin indu course will want to make him into just some past figure who gets forgotten the you. You have responded to the persecution of nevada by imposing some sanctions which do more symbolic than anything else navalny's supporters unsurprisingly asking the eu to expand those sanctions but is there anything the eu can realistically do in the sanctions department which is going to Compel russia to adjust their behavior. Navales concern because russia can't back down now right valley's going to the penal colony for at least two and a half years yes. There's no real question about that but look sanctions are more than anything else about political symbolism and when you just assigned to go for four fairly obvious candidates who basically have no property in the eu. And unlike we're unlikely to becoming to holiday in the south of france the symbolism the message you're giving is basically we have done the least possible we really don't want to get involved in this if the e you had come up with with a much more robust package of measures. Of course it wouldn't have meant. The putin would suddenly have quake in his boots. Before ios it burrell and reversed his policy but it would have said look. We do take this seriously. We will consist on adding costs to your actions. The trouble is at the moment that actually what they basically said is quite the opposite. The russia obviously does hope that we've out navan the as its figurehead than the protest movement that he leads will just sort of dwindle. Evaporate and disappear. Is that light clear. The discussions about how the rage could be maintained. I mean i'm thinking back to those color revolutions in eastern europe in the early part of this century in one of the reasons or one of the ways they succeeded as that they were substantially lead a loose so the authorities seeking to suppress the movements. Didn't really know who they should cart off. Yeah absolutely and this is one of the problems. I mean they pass. The opposition has had the great virtue of his finger navalny as figurehead because he's very charismatic and effective but now they novelli shaped hole and really echo three ways. They could indeed dwindle all it could. Well be that we will find new leaders. Arising i mean it might be as in belarus that actually you'll find for example navales wife emerging as a new figure all others who can basically fill that role. The third possibility is though if this movement which is essentially very much it's nonviolent. It's political if this fails then there is also the risk that actually people become more radicalized. They feel that we. We tried everything we could within the system. We're going to have to try and go without the system. And i think this is the moment we actually have. No idea. notice the kremlin which way it'll go
Covax Program Ships First Covid Vaccines to Ghana
"Received the world's first delivery of corona virus vaccine from the united nations backed kovacs initiative on wednesday the long-awaited start for a program. That has thus far fallen short of hopes that it would ensure shots were given quickly to the world's most vulnerable people the arrival of six hundred thousand doses of the astrazeneca vaccine in the west african country marks the beginning of the largest vaccine procurement and supply operation in history according to the world health organization and unicef it is a linchpin of efforts to bring the pandemic to an end and has been hailed as the first time. The world has delivered a highly sought after vaccine to poor countries during an ongoing outbreak.
California's iconic redwoods threatened by climate change
"Now Rangers and conservationists are developing plans to better protect them at a that the world's tallest trees May not survive future places that are almost certain to come. It's a story by Jim Carlton reporter at the Wall Street Journal. Jim Take us through this. So Gordon the California redwoods are famous for being fire resistant when you walked through mural Woods, Humboldt State Park. You know these places with the giant redwoods. You can see the burn marks from fires of, you know. Hundreds of years ago. The big called canals. Oh, and the big question is, Can the redwoods survive? Today's mega fires? Firestorms? These are gigantic fires that they've never really seen before. They're fueled by the climate change. Basically, that means it's really dry. There's congested force conditions, etcetera. And so it's really a big question Whether these redwoods can Take a and we've We're getting some of our first big test now. Yeah, All right. So there's been, uh, you could describe it better but of greater frequency of Maura. Intense fires. In addition to the number of fires, I guess right in these trees have done okay, but there is concern. Right? Well, we just kind of a little bit of background. I mean of the top 20 most destructive fires and California recorded history like 17 have happened in the last 10 to 15 years. Um and we just had, you know the paradise Fire, you know, keep the camp fire that killed anybody people, So they're bigger. They're deadlier, more destructive and they're starting to hit the redwoods. Now they're only the redwoods are protected by fog along the coast. From about the big Sur coast of central California to southern Oregon. And there is a pretty wet forest. And so they know they don't get a lot of fire historically would be a few. You know, a small fire. Every few decades on, it would kind of burnout. Ah, lot of the brush and kind of leave the big crease alone. But that's what's changing. Now speak with Jim Carlton reporter at The Wall Street Journal. His pieces called California's plan to save its 1000 year old redwoods from wildfires. So
The Legacy of Trauma: Can Experiences Leave A Biological Imprint?
"Okay so we are talking about epa genetic. Stay where do we start areola. Well we gotta go back to the basics genetics minus the abbey part so most of the time when we think of genetic changes. We think about dna mutations be squeezed changes in the actual sequence of dna. Yeah and it turns out. This isn't the whole story. Our dna is covered in small molecules. That tell her body had a use the dna. Brian dies gave me a great metaphor to describe all this. He teaches at the university of southern california school of medicine. So within you. And i is a book of life which is our dna and that dna needs to be read. And if our dna is a book of life than those small molecules i was talking about our punctuation marks and depending on what punctuation is where the book is going to be read very differently. Meaning those markers can amplify or down certain parts of our dna so when we talk about epigenetics were talking about how these molecules around our dna affect our dna is read exactly and we can see this really clearly in different parts of our body. How well every cell in our body has the same blueprint the same dna. But we know that not every cell in our body is the same we don't have. We don't have is growing in our fingertips. Speak for yourself over there so look even though ourselves all have the same dna. The dna is being used differently in different cells. And i'm guessing epigenetics has something to do. Yes our ib genetic markers vary in different parts of our body in the i for example. There's certain markers that say you become an i cell and suppress everything will make you a tooth. And here's the thing. Our environment and behaviors change our genetics. All the time not enough to make peace start growing out of your eyes. I promise but still changing. Yeah and i. I remember learning about this discovery in grad school and it being revolutionary like oh our environment can affect our genetics in real time without actually changing the sequence of our dna at all. Yeah and of course. It's more complicated than that. But this field is a really big deal. It's shown us that different environmental factors like diet and pollution can change our epi genetic markers and now people are trying to figure out if trauma and stress also cause genetic changes and if they do can. These changes be passed down like the dutch hunger study. We talked about earlier right. Yeah among others now look. We can't assume too much from these human studies. They have small sample. Sizes are tons of confounding variables. Right right i mean. Isn't it possible that these descendants are more likely to have these diseases due to social factors. Yes i asked bianca the same question she said. I sure that's a problem with human studies. it's really hard to separate the learned experience from the biological one. It is hard to say that a parent who has starred will now then treat food in the same way apparent who is not starved. And what we're interested in looking at is if we remove the parent from the situation and we just have the sperm cells and the exiles doll the work. Do we still see these changes and one way to start to figure that out is doing animal studies. Right so brian. The scientists who gave us that cool metaphor earlier did some of the first groundbreaking research on this. He basically introduced male mice to a particular smell. And when we exposed the meister smell we administer a very mild foot. Shaw that we i are selves at. We know it's not painful but mildly annoying to the mouse and as a consequence that particular smell becomes stressful to the parental generation.
Interview With Mark Arnold
"Walk in the show. Thank you absolutely glad to be here all right. So that was a tongue twister of a title the vp of digital customer experience at point next service which is a hewlett packard. Enterprise line of business. Tell the audience. What exactly is point next service. Absolutely so hewlett packard. Enterprise offers a variety of products and as a offerings into the marketplace. Endpoint next is actually support inservice arm of the company so everything we do is focusing geared towards enabling customers to run their it infrastructure from a support and service perspective and so with that said diving a little detail like give us a use case of win. A business would call on your lean on you to implement or develop. Were handle something for them. Absolutely so for us. We view our customers. Everything from small medium business all the way up to fortune ten companies and as these companies are making their it infrastructure decisions and then implementations as well as even the management and operating of those environments point next is able to step in and support the customers through that journey and then as a customer is if they're managing an environment themselves. We provide that level. One two three support for them should they run into any problems in their environment as well and then when it comes to the digital customer experience side of that so customer experience is used quite often in the tech industry where it's actually in the every industry right people always talk about. What is the customer experience. What's the digital customer experience. We've had clients that sell direct to consumer shoes talk about how they wanna make sure. Their website integrates nicely there skews when a customer purchases or when gets on the line for service help they all consider that part of the customer experience. Is there a specific domain in your world where you're the vp of customer experience. Where you're focused on inside of this digital services offering at a great question so as we've approached this it's really been from customer view and we've looked at how we can transform the way our customers engage with us as the business traditionally support business has been managed in one wanted two ways. It's either a face to face situation. Where a customer has a representative where there is actual face to face interaction. there's an onsite presence or there's an element that's a remote delivery side. What's your typical type call center or technical solution center. Where if a customer has a problem they call in and get that support the landscapes changing and our customers really just want that digital capability to self solve to self serve and own their own future. So what we're doing on the digital experience side is looking at our portal environment our social forums even looking into mobile applications where we can create a true environment. Our customers can operate. Add an end to end platform. That's integrated that has elements of a layered through it and at the same time. Has a seamless connected back to our telephony infrastructure so from a digital engagement perspective the costumer has the opportunity to choose when they want to engage with us a platform of choice and then as they work through driving business results were always there to support them not only digitally but also through our collective infrastructure back our global remote delivery
The More You Grow, The More You Need To Say No
"I want to start by just stating a fact. It's so much easier to say yes to something than to say. No saying yes has no friction right if somebody says. Hey i would love to have you on my podcast. You saying this requires zero effort like sure. Yeah no problem. A big part of their reasons. Because you're not actually saying yes to doing something immediately right now. You're saying yes to something that's going to happen in the future and the future is foggy for most of us. We don't really fully internalize that commitment or like that's my future selves problem right. That's future almost problem. My problem right now on the other hand saying no to anything is hard. Even if it's just a friend asking you hey. Do you want to grab some lunch. And you just can't make it because you have obligations having to say no is just hark. You don't disappoint people that's natural. Let's just you being a good person but having said that saying no doesn't make you a bad person say no actually protects you so that you can continue to do the good things in your life you can be value to only your customers and your employees but also to your friends and family and saying no is not really something were taught even had to deliver that no so in today's lesson i wanna explore this concept and walk you through this journey when to start saying no had to do it in which opportunities you should say yes to. Here's the reality as you start growing your business as you become a more salish entrepreneur. The more valuable. Your time is when you're first getting started. I'm just speaking about myself. When i first got started and i was just trying to kick up dust as trying to make a name for myself. I was trying to build a business that matters has customers that has revenue the sustain myself. I was willing to do pretty much anything to bring in customers. Those legal and ethical of course and therefore my time really didn't have much value. Because all i had is time i didn't have money ended customs but a had time but that equation changes as you get more customers as you get more revenue and now your biggest asset is time you only have a limited amount of it so anytime you say yes to something you are going to say no to something else because that is going to take you some time on your calendar. Right and once that time is taken. You can't do anything else. And there's only a certain number of hours and they right. There's only twenty four hours a day. You can't do more than that you know and the thing about this is that it's gradual in the beginning you have nothing but time than your time becomes a little bit more limited and then as you grows entrepreneur time is incredibly limited and a lot has to do with the fact that you just have more on your plate. You have more opportunities presented to you because of the successes you've having going look at this issue a look at the extremes if you wanna have lunch with a local entrepreneur that you met in your co working space that might be in the star of their entrepreneurial journey. Maybe they've been doing this for years but getting a lunch with that entrepreneur that you've met your coworkers is not impossibly can schedule. You can make it happen. I it's like trying to have lunch with mark. Cuban right you know mark from shark tank and you know the owner of the dallas. Mavericks billionaire entrepreneur. This guy's got incredible amounts of opportunity. His schedule is jam-packed his time is incredibly limited. So it's not impossible for them but the chances of you having lunch are a whole lot thinner than you having with somebody. Who's not as busy right. Not as senior in their entrepreneurial journey and that's because he has a lot on his plate paternity any says no a lot. He had to train himself to do that because when he says no allows them to say yes to other things things that he really really wants to do or things that will have a greater impact on his life and his business now. A lot of people have a hard time saying no because they don't wanna feel bad they don't wanna feel like they're being a jerk or helping other people how or you know just respecting the journey and understanding how i was once there. I want to help somebody out. I'm one of those people but you can always turn an opportunity in your favor to make sure it works for you so i sometimes get emails essay. Hail mar would love to jump on a call and discuss this with you. I have a question. I have something i want to work out one. Maybe an opportunity can collaborate. And i totally respect that. And that's really kind of than three job to me but a call is very time consuming for me anything. That's synchronous where. I have to be at the same time. Same place is very very hard to do. Because i have a schedule of have Obligations to my team to my customers. I have to do so i always counter and say thank you so much. I'd love to do this over email.
Center City Macy's rape suspect arrested at West Philadelphia home
"Citizen tip calls and surveillance video. Tracking him to his West Philly neighborhood led to the arrest of a man accused of raping a woman inside a department store bathroom over the weekend. Okay, why W is John McDavid reports that happened at the Macy's and center city Police. A 22 year old Jalil Gupta was arrested without incident inside his West Philadelphia home and charged with aggravated assault, robbery, rape and related offenses. Authorities say surveillance cameras from stores and SEPTA tracked the man before and after the attack. The images were shared and posted on social media and with news outlets. Captain Mark Bergman is with the special victims unit, he says. Calls from people recognize the man led to the arrest much you're you know which one they were able to recognize him off of me. He had a distinctive walk also. But the people who called in that ultimately led to the arrest. We're quite sure they said they didn't know his name, but they were wearing previously. Gupta had run ins with the law before, including a pending case surrounding a burglary last
Twitch's Recent Sports Properties Show Longterm Plan for the Platform
"On Sports properties and recently we've seen big moves towards that goal. I'm a dream since the Esports minute from E Sports Network, which is of course the home for Esports now will always be the platforms origination. But clearly the platform has been evolving firstly. There is a massive rise in just chatting as a category and in a lot more casual games and politicians using the platform. So there's that Evolution but there's also the evolution towards traditional Sports and we've seen this as well during the time when Twitches found Newfound competition, there are major leagues and major creators that are moving off platform over the last two years while the mixer experiment Network YouTube live has snatched up the CDL and o w l will also grabbing some big streamers in the process, but I honestly don't think twitch really cares that much they still are the dominant force in the mark. And command the largest audiences plus they have these grander plans. This isn't really a super controversial take twitch has been experimenting with more traditional sports events on the platform for the last few years. Most notably Thursday football games Coast trained with creators from the last few weeks two pieces of news have shown Twitches interest in traditional Sports and how it's continuing one was FIBA and the other was the kickoff of the fan control football game. Let's start with viva viva is the international basketball association the Federation dial international basketball amateur is where the FIBA acronym came from and now it's just the international basketball association today. They signed a multi-year deal with twitch people as far away from the NBA when it comes to viewership or relevance, but it does around the qualifying tournament for basketball at the Olympics as well as the bass World Cup and the World Cup and Hoops is definitely not the same as the World Cup in soccer, but it's still an important Sports property as part of the deal with twitch feeble broadcast 600 hours of basketball games on Twitch every year wage. Also be lighting up deals with Co streamers and creating more interactivity during broadcasts that interactivity is what twitch could offer and is also makes the fan control Football League pretty unique. The FCF is a new property that is not a few weeks on Twitch to pretty good viewership. It's cool because fans call the plays live during the game literally they vote on them and then the team runs them fans also have control over branding and player decision as well. The FCF utilizes Twitches ability for interactivity to basically play Madden in real life. Even Johnny Manziel is in the league for now. These are basically see tears Sports properties, but they show a month for twitch going forward the next time the meteorites come up for one of the major sports leagues Twitches definitely going to be having discussions. They've already cut in by having some of the NFL
'Black grief and white grievance' at New Yorks New Museum
"Now. The new museum in new york this week open grief and grievance art and morning in america and exhibition originally conceived for the museum by the hugely influential curator of queen ways or before. He died in two thousand nine hundred nineteen grief and grievance features thirty seven artists to address the theme of morning commemoration and loss in response to the racist violence experienced by african american communities the title the museum says refers to quote the intertwined phenomena of black grief and a politically orchestrated white grievance against each structures and defines contemporary american social and political life. Curatorial advisory group has worked together to realize an interpreter. Basil's vision maximiliano gio knee of the new museum. The artist glenn ligon in ways. As regular curatorial collaborator mark. Nash and owe me beckwith scenic creator of the museum of contemporary art in chicago. He's just been appointed chief curator of the guggenheim museum in new york editor in the americas. Helen stolis spoke to beckwith about the exhibition. I wondered what's it been like bringing the show to its final stages making sure that oakley's incredible vision has been realized. What was your thinking through the process to make sure you've got this kind of final end stage oak. We have a brial mind. There were always so many things that he was thinking about and working on and he can have an idea a decade ago that manifests itself into a show much much later and so his ability to kind of hold and juggle things Intellectually and mentally that then get realized later was uncanny honestly the more that i read essays of his from about ten years ago i realized the core of some of this thinking was already there especially the core of ideas in grief ingredient. So all that is to say that this actually is unlikely to be. Oh quiz show believe it or not. They'll be more coming more things to watch and see. The man's ambitions were amazing and so lars they will extend extend far past life But in terms of grief and grievance started as a lecture series for harvard and oh a curator. He thinks through art a curious interesting. That i'm still speaking about him in present tense and so he thinks through ours and he started then to take. These ideas That he'd been mulling over these ideas around. What really are the kind of core conditions of american race relations. Where did they begin. What catalyzed them and what are the ramifications of that core This sense of black loss and a sense of white grievance let really in his mind got catalyzed around the civil war. What are those ramifications for the american polity right now our process as curatorial advisors which is what we've been calling ourselves has really been about trying to round out oh quiz vision where it was necessary. Okay already had a rather. Set schematic for the show. He had core objects that he was interested. In working with a painting of awesome blogs painting by daniel johnson another awesome. Blah's painting by jack whitten and a painting regime michel basquiat. He was really interested in these three objects as the ways to anchor away of of both thinking through reactions to Black and justice but also aesthetic forms that moved between abstraction and figuration between forms that are legible and gestures that deal. Mostly i think with the monochromatic. So these being the kind of catalyzing ideas for the show. were great signposts for us so then began to work with those themes and ideas for the rest of the checklist.
"mark s" Discussed on Christoph Trappe: Business Storytelling Podcast
"Is going to be. I wanna use that line one of these days that gives you bragging rights down at the pub and that's where the success ends. i mean. that's that's a good quote mark s. Yeah very good so when you plan a getting. The context right is so hard though right because i mean first of all. It's hard to actually research because people now they're getting longer and longer what people are searching for. Not everybody uses the same terminology. Now we have voice We talked about that at length already. How do you. Somebody starting podcast. How how how should they go about. What's like your top three to five. Tips yeah good questions. I think you've got to be on venus. I wanna talk to spoke to apple team before they ruled out the amazon echo integration. And i did a conversation with them about. I think adam ever recorded on and what. I was talking to team over there about. And they're saying some of the biggest things that we have people being cute a we see all the time you know people naming their podcast because it sounds cute and what's the point. There is no point in something because it sounds cute if people can't find it so that's a huge thing and then on the flip side of that you've got to think about voice now so if you're using numbers if you use in you know in congress town of incomprehensible word in or like putting the word preneurs after everything like please stop doing nice stupid just just you need to be obvious you not a solo preneurs you are a business owners podcast or a small business owners podcast or if freelancers podcast. No one searches for that of stuff. So you can't be cute with it until you've got a brand new own that brand then you can be cute with it. Because he becomes you become recognizable in that spirit. So you've got you've got to balance that out. So that's the first thing is don't be cute with your name but also just really try and optimize voice search in such where the you're not confusing things up. You're not putting crazy word in. You're not doing really random words. The kind've is it this spell in. Is this your pronounce it. Do you put numbers in. There don't cute with any of that stuff. The third thing. I'll say is and i'll tell you a story about this one. The third tip is always just right for humans like do you. Keyed were keyword research using keyword explorer edge. And whatever else you wanna use boot always right for people back in twenty eighth two thousand eight hundred twenty twelve..
"mark s" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"<hes> Christmas special compliments after so that would have been added in June so I waited I would have gone to be in the May also pivotal around. That really wasn't a yeah yeah. I did the Christmas Special K. D. Lang She's. She's a lesbian an outlet but she had to support the guilty was doing it. Debra meeks off Katie long but I never had an undeveloped. Oh you know feel like a meal and again really. Eh this rejection doing this said Nossa Paul one out of date a couple of times Sanchez frightened to me still loan not really I just I think he's when we remembered as liberal archie and this and all business so I think he thinks small straitlaced than actually as well but we'll see instrumental to your coming out process says the remember what it was like in the eighties there was Andy Bell the walls boy George on the world's Jimmy Somerville from the Communists and it seemed like they were sort of alone trio were they were out proud gay men very much so very much so it's actually a straight friend of mine in school it we grew up together. Who took me to my <hes> Fest Rague Coach from Wales did it coach trips and and that was in Manchester the Apollo <hes> so he introduced me so that if you like it was when operatic was more who had been nine hundred ninety one so early ninety s so he introduced to them so it's like the music like evident? About how outrageous is you know proper in your face. Uh so you last two weeks at home after telling your dad the anti-family the guy but we would so like upset I guess about Your Dad's reaction the will tell and did you ever gonna live at home again. No one ever embarking thought once ago that Sir I went to live in New York for year with my then boyfriend marks now she puts up she said gear deposit for flat and you can live here and his parents were brilliant is non was great. <hes> Brits very a strange because my mom and dad together all allies quite lucky to have grandparent's together. All the lives see think they'd have a bit more structure in support in me. Really you know I think the issue is the bit you know the black sheep just because of all lows not one little thing you know being gay you know is <hes> can go funny candidate remand especially you know so. Did you dad ever come round. Did you ever accept we've actually talking about doing this. <hes> Moon Moon An- raise your gig at the weekend <hes> I was saying to the the other guy plays cable said you don't want about doing this into still yep. That's come round. Now isn't a gym. I needed that support than I don't need it. Now you know now I've got me degree. I agree with you know and social worker and everyone's saying are well Marx done. Oh yeah yes done well but I wanted that then not now not knowing you know he asked for list of you knew you know people down the pub. Really you know it was all about him really at the time so I said some furnace we'll actually no. I said I'm going to do it and say what happened. You know and willing to do that said no because he's all right now you say is but he's not really because fortieth five years ago it was come into that went through the motions got ready and the news too ill and then he didn't come so I thought he's still not really there and said this term no because I don't care anymore in a way that you know not another don't care about Emma. Loving me's me data thin. I just think he's that's just the way yes. He's quite selfish generally anyway but now I'm grown up now. I'm an adult myself so that's why I wouldn't say in it into because what's it GonNa achieve now well plus you've have gone on us and it's twenty years water under the bridge and you have gone on and forged a career an ally fear self you know outside of wiles and we would you say you're happy. Yes M. P.. Go about once a month so you know I do the right thing and go and see the folks small but my life see now befriends area and when I left home at ninety five I felt like that's when Malaysia begun really so lucky you know that I've got the the friends and the social network around me for did enough then it might have been very different parts of it like Dr Walter came to Manchester unique after from York with mark and things just <hes> went from trump's trump really found your own gay family. Yes yes ma'am gay family a Ya champion for the things were cool with Imam though I guess. When did you have a conversation with your Mama's well yeah? I'm very look in the that's <hes> that's lifting Wales all his life. He met my mom when she was sixteen this ten years between them too so he took to Wales because it was a good place to bring up kids so my grandparents my mom's mom and dad moved from from London moved over to be near them so it's very lucky lke that <hes> I had my mom's side really 'cause my granddad was cool about the Ghaith. He lived in London for God's sakes when he is the only warm including Mama chilly who's actually said when monogamous Diana cancer he was in the kitchen kitchen is the memory move sound the words up and he said in front of my brother and everyone he said you're the only one you know who knows what this is like said Mai Mai Mai he said twelve on your shoulders. You know not tell anyone he could've told someone she that this breast cancer and she could have at a few more years but she waits to rip throat. When didn't tell anyone so I saw is the only person to this day who said out loud and publicly you know not been embarrassed about saying about his grandson? So is the only one have. To nothing so is equating the fact that you lived with a seat crew that was sort of eating you up really fat for a number of years with with his wife was going through yeah yeah and he's the only one avenue including my mother. Actually it's funny isn't it as gay people seem of these these big moments and then now whenever talks about it for the rest of you live no no. I find it really sad. You know like you say that's what bums. This is the gay family really because we've all got that sale to sell you know no no one's worse so bad than the than the other story. I think it's it's funny. I've different people react you know and the people expect to be supportive on always and the ones you think going to be shocked a fine about it. You know my brother's got three nephews. I just hope and I've never again. We'll know it wouldn't mean began really well. Brother Miss sister-in-law by think if you've got kids I'd personally I I wouldn't do that to my own. Child really says craziness. What was it like coming out to siblings then? Did you have to guys. We're process that <hes> yeah when we were going through that coming out thing with the and developing a lot my brother to one side and we in <hes> in a bar and I told him while I was going to do those going right to moment dowden Salome and unleash <hes> and even Easter to me accounts held out so I just wanted somebody on my side before I- leashed on them so yeah I did tell Bertha was the first person I told you about from saying. Don't tell dad how did they react pretty blase which was good you know who told her to do a lot but <hes> but fine about him finally me. It's not really an issue for you. Siblings don't think is because he caught up and your own little world thank you well. It can be evidence. Everyone's got different story of discovered for doing this book okay yeah well. I was lucky then in that respect that he was east cool about certain as say. He's got three kids now when he's totally cool about certain fouts he's he actually says you know. One of them stunned Jones with you. One of them is going to be gear so I'd say that totally totally they will let me sister-in-law's really cool about the thing so yeah and you find any was gay person that you don't just once you end up almost continually newly we had any problems since coming out as an adult. No nothing all people people say you know I've been up in very very lucky no bullying in no mickey-taking but I think again from school when I hit again you know the gay found in almost par the group so I'm a big part that group and I've got you know be I may so don't get any any schiff you lie can even mistreat mates eight. Sometimes it's bouncer. If anyone else called me home or they go out punch him in the face they can call me home. It's fine because it's different relationships in the people yeah okay so if you had an advance to impart to to the people people at the beginning of their journey what you say I'd say do it sooner rather than later <hes> be true to yourself. Don't waste those years you know of. Possibly you know meeting. Some mom don't waste them. You never get in the back again. Don't please of the people and that's where I was doing trying to please. Everyone nop sat the parents. Don't do it. Just be true to yourself if the do take it badly. They'll just get over it will have to you know. It sounds like you regret it not coming out. Some eighteen really yeah I do yeah. I think didn't have such a fantastic time. From when I I did come out you know then maybe at feel different. I don't know but I think you've gotta be ready and yourself. Yeah Yeah I do miss. Those years is actually because you never going to get them back. I was GonNa say sixteen and then I realized because if your age probably was illegal because it was a different age concern for gay man wasn't it was it was <hes> twenty-one. I'm sorry twenty one wasn't it then it went to eighteen and eventually became cool yeah. I know I'm going to Matt Matthew. Kelly was obviously a gay mounted been married of your so it was another way of doing that because he took us all to a gay nightclub in crews and you know I mean it was amazing. Brilliant Bank Accounts Enough Nice things about he was so supposed to everyone offscreen. You know an onscreen amazing guy so matthew helped me the guy as well yeah yeah great guy he with all contestants you know he's just brilliant great things about him. Merely very supportive bloke so.
"mark s" Discussed on Coming Out Stories
"For what does on media this is coming out. Stories is about cost about one of the most important conversations if you life. I'm I am ago swell from mark. He grew up in rural wiles and says that pre incident. It was pen pals that helped him discover his sexuality but it was really appearing on T._v.. Stars in there is that lets him coming out on the big scale. Think of always known is about the age twelve thirteen when you're in school and you do Imperio of you went through the motions how to go friend <hes> justify in really and then I didn't do anything about it's all until it was the when when I did start when it was twenty so that was the February of ninety five I met my first partner just by chance in Wales of living in living in Wales lifting parents house so yeah I ah feelings but I've never done anything about it really is that because he was sort of rural community didn't feel like there was anyone to sort of you. Know Approach talked about it with yeah. It was exactly exactly that WHO's very white middle-class little village. She no one bus a day. The nearest town was was wrexham so it was a case of having to buy Gay Times back in them. Does you know going walking past Smith's about five times and pen pals. You know that was the way he used to do it. <hes> back then didn't you in this is the ninety nine hundred as I'm guessing nine hundred eighty early nineties yeah yeah yeah give a major darling. I you still younger than me. I remember the heart but that's interesting isn't it. The many people talk about this but actually how the gay media and particularly the print back in the day was really important for discovering sexuality and becoming part of that community yeah definitely was was all we had back in the day then you cat locks. It was the the way forward you know of Ryan's people trying to get in touch with other people who you felt the same you know I didn't have any of that in Wales and opposite WANNA speak to anyone about it. In case you outed and ridiculed. You want to be part of the pack don't you when you're younger so kept him ahead ahead. Tell us about the pen pals and this is interesting. Yeah I call Appel. Pen Pal was in Manchester and there was an ice breakers group in Chester which I thought Goto am I went to that seventy and went to warm wasn't really really for me and I think again wasn't probably ready in my own ad you know to unleash onto the world but yeah I met a lot friends through the pen pals of things I'm not even into like football. You know the gay Football Sports Network Group Yeah I used to write to WHO <hes> now friend twenty years later still in Cardiff so was still friends now when I've never been into football but it's funny. I'm things bringing together isn't that big gay brought together. We'll we'll yeah exactly yeah yeah so tell us about what it was like them writing someone in Manchester in what compatibly a big city so what saw things were you you writing to this person about just like day-to-day things really mad about experiences you know and he says if you I want to go to a gay club I'll say obviously that's why I was fishing edging towards the end of you know going out with meeting somebody but I didn't want it to be you know going down there. We meet one another. I didn't have to sleep with him. You know to stay as an all this business business so what was very very sheltered. She we say sexually even Mateen's really so. I didn't want anything about to happen. It's all see never even went to Manchester. You never went to a gay ball. All three teenagers edges <hes> no no I went to Cardiff. When I was nineteen? We want one of the pen pal friends from the football group and he put me up. Nothing happened and I didn't want it to either you know from that Phnom you know I knew it was a wanted. It was breaking away. Why why why is it so hard to have that conversation with with people in wells with family with your friends because you don't know anyone else is like you really you know it's always been partner? Designers Aces twelve thirteen. It's always I didn't know what had been different but it's not really been a problem either but also it must have been a problem looking back because you didn't want to unleash to anyone she didn't want to. You didn't know what you were going to be with. You know that's a hell of a secret to hold for over eight years. If you'll look formative years yeah yeah definitely and that's when I think in one thousand nine hundred five when might myself life began when I came out you know those are the most fondest memories in my life is was the nineties you know move moving to Manchester and have a new life and you know okay well. Let's talk through your coming out to experience them because I think it's fair to say it's quite a unique Kwan and there was a T._v.. Program that was instrumental in you coming out yeah yea stars and rise opposite the X. factor of the day the call it now yes so I was working in a residential unit pre social work coming onto my social workers to debate karaoke there. Uh is into Asia. This Gill said you sound like him. So you know why don't you go for an audition wasn't not bothered went for this audition. They asked me for a second audition. Start taking it more serious than again. Call on the show so you had. Did you do the whole tonight. Matthew say say. I don't say he's supposed to say tonight. Matthew all go tonight Matthew. I want to be tonight Matthew. I'm going to be <music>. I'm developed over Asia. What you said to the nation yeah as I said that was filmed in February and my parents came to that moment dot and just by chance they said would you do Christmas special <music> so why the set Sola you know the film not altogether in these would be in a Christmas of that year so that kind of meeting dont we say Antje? Why did you sing what what what made it so office about you portraying very openly out camp gay man on T._v.? That made them that you thought you know portray carrots and you're acting up but even must you Kelly says you news of of a mind into do after your your jobs where the spangler outfit bleach blond hair at a pink feather Boa and I think it had a bit too well it was quite a camp performance small yeah yeah walls yeah totally way out there yeah yeah so that conversation and did it with your dad while he was still at the T._v.. Studio or afterwards so no it was <hes> after the show because they asked me to come back and do another one. They like what I did and he sat me down and he said I don't think do the show people saying you guy you know his dad was I am I dot dot and I was like <hes> you know because I was. He was nineteen strong enough. You know what's up my own opinion. I said no I'm doing it. I wanted to enjoyed it Muslim. Doing you WANNA be performer. You want a singer enjoy. It was a good way in then in the nineteen minutes to get an agent at work with no money doing your material so it was it was great platform for me. You know it really was source said no way I'm not doing it and then he didn't come to the next recorded so my granddad came my mom yeah that's been decided to go all of it we it in terms of mine and his relationship and obviously see mark at the time my granddad my my mom's dot one came to the show we from London you know that quite cool and everything but obviously I didn't want to tell them either. You know he's one of those things we just saw well. They must know now the nobody's talking about it about the conversation with Dr so he said don't do the show because people will think you'll gay actually actually ask you mark. Are you guy no no eating say the words no I didn't now and then Jim member boys magazine and the pink paper yeah that's true yeah. They were all around the U._K.. Well it was this is a around that time as well e found one of them boys magazines so I think he's confirmed it's him but we didn't. We didn't talk about set and then as this after I did the second show people must have been talking in work you know with him on then he said. If I may rain is true you know to will not allowed to come back here you can aviv. I don't want not the lot ev around the house again which was then partner. Not Sweating all went a bit weird me and Madame Partner we went on holiday think two weeks in the May to visa and then I said look I'm going to tell him going to write a letter and do it that way the cowardly way the cowardly way but also deny we react or something you know because he's a mom's man so you don't if you're GONNA get a Wacko doc or something yeah. It was quite acceptable to do that. You know in the seventy s dot O._R._G.. To Walk You know we've rob fine not abused or anything like that but it was seen as okay wasn't it so <hes> wrote this latter to them. I said <hes> I'll come down. Give you a a couple of days to process that. Come down to discuss it with you. See if still lived there where we're up so did the went down a couple of days later. There wasn't much conversation. He was lie to minute thing when you can still live here but not lie here who is all a bit weird finished the conversation Imam Luckily minimums very supportive and then left again so follow in two weeks after that you wouldn't really look me in the I saw I laughed so to go back to recordings then your mom and your Granddad Eh happy and say they didn't have that conversation with the time and grow all. Why are you being Andy Bell on T._V.? or You guys they didn't say any of that. They just supposed to do for your recording. Yeah Yeah Associates doing this carrots into Simpson I wanted to do won't be an issue about it but obviously the gay thing was massively an issue for Madame people you know saying you know areas may be is we've always suspected and this is always telling us really and then how after the performance then went to be through wrote this latter recorded in the February nineteen ninety-five you might want drone all these dates actually went on wikipedia google them because they have old shows with your name yeah so that was the February and then we recorded noted the.
"mark s" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"Okay i got it i'm gonna face obstacles but the obstacles aren't there to take me out there dare to elevate me so i just stepped towards them and you're on my side and then you're telling me i gotta be me like when they tried to put saul's armor on today that it didn't fit yet like one day it would one day he'd be the king one day he would be able to do that but it didn't fit yet and god did not expect david to be what he wasn't to defeat glides he said i'm gonna use you how you are pick up the slingshot in the five smooth stones that's what you know that's the thing i want to break in somebody's who feel like you gotta talk like somebody or dress like somebody obese something guy says i made you which are weak humor and you'll funny accent and i use all of that but you can't conform to others because they were successful in an area guts that there's a fingerprint and dna that you have that you on lock your favorite in the earth and you joe recess sources in if you're you that's only if your mark you only can be you i can't come up here and be anybody somebody pets stephen gall where john gray hair here i'm the skinnier little brother vers of him you gotta you gotta be you in the last thing is when you mart somebody say marked when you're marked you have to have the odd city to honor.
"mark s" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"Provider i will meet every one of your aunt here somebody didn't excited because stickle sickle because if god is for you somebody to give dot us out appraise in this somebody got us out no because we're martin we step away from the obstacle we step towards it because we know who's on our side and so david just david is now sitting here looking at what everybody else calls an obstacle and he sees an opportunity now why does david see an opportunity it's because when david was in the pasture and nobody was looking god taught him some things behind closed doors what are you saying that's going to teach you some things behind closed doors and he said i'm going to i'm gonna take him out and salsa menu it's just a boy you can't do this any said that's point you say that crazy as crazy y'all ain't doing so so what you don't know about me is when nobody was looking when there was no insta stories when there was no website and when nobody knew who i was a bear kane and i was in the pasture forgotten nobody invited me to the party but the lord taught me how to do some crazy stuff with a sling side and some rocks and then a lion kane and i thought it was gonna take me out but i was just getting prepared this is the first time y'all gone see but this is a rerun for me god has taught me some stuff when body was looking when i was in the pastor he taught me how to take what i had.
"mark s" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Hot and when trying to take the next step in hot sauce space as far as ingredients in terms of flavor being less focus on pepper more focus on flavor specifically with an international flavor profile and a sweet side what we're talking about how to compete in a competitive space so how are you guys able to not only be profitable but also grow your business in such a competitive industry sure so at first one i was starting off like you know what what do i want to focus on then came down to simplification in such a com competitive industry and for me in boil down to the streetside you know our nation down to looking at the more mild market uh which is the largest segment of the odds are space and focusing on leveraging the sweet side to get that mark s so how do you see yourself being able to grow your business moving forward because it's one thing to get to the level the right now but as a whole nother thing to try to compete with some of the hundred nine billion our companies in your space how do you plan to do that sure will isis the first thing is look being able to compete in on on the on the shelf phrase that's the first that with uh first interact in that you have with your customers and my label is very uni it's a beautiful watercolour label and then the ingredients we have sixteen ingredients on their if she include the ingredients of mustard as well and you know uh be able to diversify and stand out just or something like through packaging uh that's a great way to start what do you think of some of the mistakes that people typically make when starting a business that has the competition ultimately crush them sure well i think the biggest mistake at least in my industry in the grocery business is assuming that once you get a bit you name like whole foods albertson safeway here's seth light your goal then uh because a lot of these big retailers not only are you repeat are competing with these companies with huge pockets but you're also uh required to safety but free case per store and when you're dealing with hundreds that are thousands of stores to start off with that's.
"mark s" Discussed on Championship Drive
"mark s" Discussed on Championship Drive
"My extra point uh has to is both uh a little piece of news and a little program promo code uh the walter camp football foundation announced it's five finalists for the player of the year award today there are no surprises the five finalists alphabetically arce kwan barkley of penn state lamar jackson of lowerlevel brice love of stanford baker mayfield of oklahoma in rashad penny of san diego state uh which is just a precursor the in a reminder that next week as haisman week and on monday next week rhyme again i have a special podcast commemorating looking back at the 1997 haisman race among charles woodson of michigan peyton manning of tennessee ryan leaf of washington state and randy moss of marshall pretty good cast of characters we have a interviews with charles woodson in randy moss and it's a it's a fun look back at a memorable haisman race it will be posted monday to kick off haisman week that's it for today's show thanks for joining us thank you peter and brad in of course josh maccari our producer we will be back tomorrow with another campus conversation until then beano what are you have reporter by gap for listening to campus conversation you can listen and subscribe to all espn podcast in the listen tahbub the espn app including the herb street and fitzsimmons podcast available in the esp an app.
"mark s" Discussed on Championship Drive
"We sit here right now where if they didn't have a conference championship oklahoma would be safely in this playoff but with tcu being all the way back at number eleven i don't think they're going to get in if they win it so now the big 12 is in a situation where if the wrong team wins this game they're going to get knocked out of the play off because they added this conference championship game it will have the opposite effect of what they land and my extrapoint is kind of flashing back to something similar to this i think you guys are probably seen the sec storied documentary called the play the change college football it was about the first sec championship game where i remember though that i remember the quote from roy kramer the sound bite from kramer the the sec commissioner then who it kind of had this idea let's create this game everybody was excited just like they were in the big twelve last year and let's do this it's going to be awesome and then it just turns out the first year of the sec championship game mm alabama goes undefeated and now they have to play florida in this extra game that they would have never had to play before and roy kramer realizes if alabama loses this game like i'm i'm toast there are probably gonna want to do away with the championship game first first and foremost in the night this is going to be my reputation for the rest of my life has that are ruined crammer yeah exactly in the i will have ruined a chance for one of our teams when a national championship alabama of course ended up making a big play low net game to win uh which was the play that change college football elemental went on to win the national championship that year any way and thus the conference championship game craze caught on but i i i can't help but think of both baubles be in oklahoma president david boren who were doing most of the speaking for the big 12 back when this game was was reinstituted and thinking that they must be kind of along the same lines as roy kramer this week where they're thinking what have i done everyone is going to kill me if oklahoma doesn't win this game and of course that was a perks or expire antonio langham yup.
"mark s" Discussed on Championship Drive
"Fair enough brad good point let's keep them momentum rolling with this question from coral mella he's at coral underscore mella and notes is jim harbaugh's coaching reputation falling victim to being in the loaded big ten east division simply at the wrong time he probably be regularly getting ten plus wins per season on the other side of the conference so you think harbaugh would be better if you put him in arguably the weakest division in college football threat i i'm with you on that i do i do think a pretty much any coach out there would have a better record if he coached in the in the big ten west i don't buy this excuse with the big ten east because harbaugh is at michigan and you can't say that you know that he inherited a bunch of no talent guys from brady hoke because he just had what like ten of them drafted last spring so he had talon his first two years you would assume from the way he's recruited that he still has good talent now and i can promise you this every year he's been at michigan he has more talon his roster than marked antonio has on his michigan state roster and he's lost to him too at a three years now i'll give you i'll give you how state okay he's now he's he hasn't lost a pen stab leaving only lost a penn state this year but penn state you you look at penn state and yes they have some very good players but they also have some holes you know they're not completely back to being.
"mark s" Discussed on Championship Drive
"Arizona stirred or one of several sbs openings that has yet to be filled when we come back we will have your questions in walk on in our extra points or right after this this week tune into the ball pipebomb show as i discuss delicious taste of oscar show dr larry culpepper hey i'm in the middle of a promo sorry finding the fans agreement so much dr pepper i thought about some of your timeshare care hey look whether you're watching calls footballer combed some guys radio show dr pepper makes college football that much sweeter so grab some of your local store today and have one of ears gore all miller gober show with your host larry gobert that's air france available walmart hashtag walk on that's right the part of the show where you ask the questions and we do our best to answer them you using josh maqri is your mouthpiece josh what do have this got this one guys actually for you in from travis ruis travis is at usc under score travis he says hey can we get rid of the committee keep the playoff but bring back the old b c s computers i have and what are you say oh god no we can't do that no i mean i i'm i'm speechless now we can do that i mean i i love the committee because uh you you know we have people who think and use common sense and we don't know how they're programmed ill with computers we don't know how their programme with people we have a rough idea how their program and video that they wanna use the computers god bless them they could use the computers they have plenty of information at their fingertips but the end of the day i want people making this kind of decision just as they do in every other college sport that was always the the rob with me about the b c s is that now the ncaa to yell for decades has head committees pick the field of every other sport and yet we didn't do it in football so uh now where you're absolutely are not bringing back the computers brad your thoughts will die one of the big problems with the computers in the b c s is that they were basically neutered which is that they were not allowed to look at the scores of the games which i think is.
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"All uh although i'm not even sure how good of a job it is right now with everything that's happened in that administration i think it it then you make 45 in that end and there there's where you stand and i don't know him how i've got is a bra makes three and a half now so kind of their tell you what you're talking about half an offer four and a half per year from tennessee i would i would imagine if that's the case four and a half the five i wouldn't considered if i were jeff brown for only a million more a year to go from from purdue i was at at under fire i mean you're you'd have to give you'd have to give me the seven million to to do that to my reputation i mean yeah i i see what you're saying to leave to leave a team hanging after only one year you better get you a letter succeed at that point here i hurting your reputation you better be going to tennessee for life if you do that because because it's going to affect the way that future 80s think of you and look the same thing could come up i mean we you know there's a there's a lot of smoke right now around florida state and the possibility of jimbo fisher leaving and supposedly florida state's top target would be willie taggered at oregon and it would be the same things over taggart where he would be leaving a power five school after only one year now obviously were way further along with the tennessee thing for the state doesn't have an opening yet but it is it is a question and i look i know lane kiffan did it going from tennessee to usc after only one year but i i think there are a whole lot of coaches out there who just wouldn't consider doing it even if it.
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"That the next guy the tennessee whoever that poor solas it'll be jennifer on it'll be jeff brohm you're you're not going to strike out that many times i mean chris load reported that they were talking enough that they were interviewing and i think that utah is going to get brom brom gore said the one year at purdue uh i think that that is a okay higher for tennessee fan base there they will be you know not now necessarily evidently we gotta check with fan bases on who and athletic director and in a programme wants to hire but uh build brom will ob will probably make about uh an extra million to a million a half a year more than had he been offer this job to to half weeks ago because of the honestly gross malfeasance of of of this the search their in tennessee so so what would you be talking with brom compared to his current salary at purdue or we doubling it shadowing it what are what are we you know because the reason i am asking is because i don't think anyone would faults a coach at a lower level of for making a move after only one season jeff brohm has been at a big ten school for one season and there are a whole lot of guys would have a problem with that just kind of ethically you know just where i'm in a bail on all these kids and everything after only one year it's going to be i would be shocked if it wasn't four point he may ease making three i believe right now and i would be shocked if it wasn't something like 45 merely for the fact of tennessee has to get this out of the spotlight if they think promised the guy in your willing to give gundy seven million dollars a year you give brano amid a next or million and a half i don't know that the case i'm just you know using deductive reasoning to think that this amid a million and a half more to go to tennessee which probably has more pell of or pedigree in football.
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"Well yeah we've talked about the the quality of coaching in the sec vis a vis video recent years so we talked about it earlier this week on the show uh brad that's your native land yeah i mean you feel like this is uh this is a positive for the bulldogs i do i like the higher i you guys talked i think it was yesterday about the the pattern in the sec in recent years in terms of the types of coaches they were hiring this is a break from that and i think i think that's good it's thinking outside the box yup as peter mentioned he's very creative offensively and i think when you're going to be coaching a team that will often have less talent than than your opponents you need to be creative you know you you you can't figure years going to line up in a in a phone booth and push around lsu in alabama and and teams like you had alabama obama you're right and so i think i think that's that's important and and and so i think mississippi state was looking at the right types of things out ultimately you know how will it play out how will he recruit in the south these are all questions that have to be answered but there are a whole lot of questions that are always going to have to be answered about anyone you hire you know i i i love when people start throwing around names of coordinators for different jobs that this guy would be a slam dunk now if a guy has never been a head coach before how do you then you don't know i mean just because someone has been a great recruiter or has been able to run an.
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"Maybe a somewhat suspect oklahoma team to to store that many points i buy that was all the scores 28 points getting out of bed as lumps nato against the dc good tcu defense i thought you were in in the first quarter i not but seriously at oklahoma i mean if they don't if they don't have twenty eight points at the end of the third quarter i would say tissues done a fantastic job defensively go a out as four usc stanford in and you know we're not gonna spend probably as much time on i game as as it deserves because uh were playoffs knobs but uh usc gave a just a physically dominant performance in that game it was week two of the season uh they have not done that to any body since them uh the way to that they dominated stanford in and stamford finish stronger looked to against notre dame uh offensively like they haven't looked against any body all year so uh yeah it's that game is intriguing an interesting i'm just not sure that it will interest anybody you know east of uh he needs to be slow i'm i'm glad i've and that it's in a window by itself yeah you know with friday night there's not an against it so if you love college football why wouldn't you watch it absolutely now if it was buried on saturday night you're right like very few people would be that game given what's on the line in the acc in the big ten.
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"Uh perhaps baker mayfield uses the pregame warmup as targetpractice against opposing teams to accurate they basically that's what gary patterson is getting to right now yes and i don't know if you saw the us but he just said that you know certain former quarterback seat texas tech and former coaches a texas tech enjoyed hitting opposing players with passes in the pregame and of course he's talking about former texas tight quarters by baker mayfield and former texas tech assistant lincoln rally now the head coach in oklahoma god i love this figure could we ask for anything more now gimme pettiness that's what college football is that's why ole miss mississippi stayed have they have like patrolmen on the sidelines when they play and this is you know i mean this is another thing of college football that continues to rear its head of of these guys listen there's no love lost between gary patterson and baker mayfield baker still upset that he never got a scholarship off her of from t see you back in the day and they've gone back and forth with it so yeah kinda cana intriguing i think it's i think it'll be a great match i still think oklahoma is a better squad and that one but with kenny hill uh looking a little bit healthier it is tough to beat a defensive minded team twice in you can tell patterson definitely is trying to uh to a sturdy amp piled it'll be going into that the the big toe championship which oddly enough first time in six years guys could be the do a could could really hose the big twelve when it comes to actually getting a team in the college football player.
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"In a new stadium in atlanta because the two closers schools to atlanta in the sec are georgia and auburn and they also have the oldest rivalry uh in the league at one of the oldest in the nation is so i'm fascinated ongoing saturday on fascinated to see what the crowd is whether it's 5050 id and how loud they are in the new place i i think that's going to be one of the really cool things about that game saturday now the other games under the current scenario under the current rankings the orange bowl would would have number five alabama going to miami to play miami miami home stadium the cotton bowl would feature rigorous by the way real quick their odds makers if it came out yesterday west gate had it alabama would be a thirteen point favorite over the hurricanes right now wow you know and i bet that's projecting not only the way that the public feels about alabama because that's what vegas does but also that in a month alabama will be healthier than it's been since mid october uh the other projected bowls at this point the cotton bowl tcu and penn state the fiesta bowl usc ohio state and the peach bowl would be georgia again's you see us so that's a pretty good at line ah i think so too yeah yeah those are all very good games let's but let's shift our focus beyond the rankings there was a little odd dust up in a big twelve yesterday jerry patterson throwing out charges.