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Buehler leads Dodgers over Rays 6-2 for 2-1 Series lead
"Behind the superb pitching of Walker Buehler the Dodgers beat the rays sixty two Buehler allowed a run on three hits over six innings he struck out ten facing Tampa bay's Charlie Morton the Dodgers built a five nothing lead after four innings and weren't much threatened after that LA got solo home run from Justin Turner and Austin Barnes the rays Randy arose arena in his record tying eighth home run of this postseason now up two games to one LA is half way to its first World Series title in thirty two years I am mark Myers
Deputy accidentally shot at Houston area gun range, officials say
"Brazoria County deputy was accidentally shot today at a gun range during training. Brazoria County officials say the deputy is a firearms instructor and was accidentally shot in the stomach while he was working with a student. The 30 year old deputy suffered a deep flesh wound and was flown to Memorial Hermann Hospital. His injuries were non life threatening
At final debate, candidates clash on key issues with fewer interruptions
"And and the the future future of of the the oil oil and and gas gas industry industry were were key key topics topics of of the the final final debate debate between between President President Donald Donald Trump. Trump. And And Democratic Democratic presidential presidential nominee nominee Joe Joe Biden. Biden. Mark MEREDITH has Mohr Joe Biden is defending his efforts to reshape America's oil and gas industry. But President Trump says that means job cuts. But Biden's campaign says jobs will be created, not cut. His campaign estimates 10 million positions could be added through innovation like retrofitting existing energy infrastructure and investing in new research, oil and gas employees. At least 335,000 Americans. Exxon alone has 70,000 people. Working worldwide. President Trump says If re elected, he would continue efforts to promote growth and existing energy sectors, primarily the oil and gas industry by making additional federal lands available for mineral exploration.
Pennsylvania ballots can't be tossed out over voters' signatures, court says
"Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled unanimously Friday Democrats and Republicans on the key concern surrounding an avalanche of mail in ballots in the presidential battleground state. Prohibiting counties from rejecting ballots because the voters signature on it may not resemble their signature on the registration form. That's the law. The verdict was a victory for the state's top election officials. She's a Democrat, Kathy Boockvar. Who s the court to back her up in a legal dispute with President Trump's campaign and Republican lawmakers. County boards of elections are prohibited from rejecting absentee or mail in ballots, based on signature comparison conducted by county election officials are employees. Where is the result of Third Party challenge is based on signature analysis and comparisons, wrote the justices.
Senate takes up Barrett nomination, setting up final vote
"Janine Herbst. The full Senate is considering Judge Amy Cockney barrettes nomination to the U. S. Supreme Court a day after the Judiciary Committee advanced into the chamber. NPR's Amy held reports. Barrett could be confirmed to the High court on Monday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is taking up barrettes confirmation with debate and procedural votes planned through Sunday in a rare weekend session. Ah final vote is expected Monday, eight days before the election, and Republicans are all but certain to have the 51 votes needed to confirm Barrett. And what would be among the fastest confirmations in history. Monday marks 30 days since President Trump announced Barrett as his third nominee to the high court. Following four days of hearings last week. All 12 Republicans on the Judiciary Committee voted for barrettes nomination, with all 10 Democrats boycotting, calling the process illegitimate. Amy held.
Gap Inc. exiting malls, to shutter 350 stores by 2024
"Charge of this investigation. Gap is planning to close 350 of their gap in Banana Republic stores across North America. Over the next three years. The company will close 220 Gap stores by 2023 Banana Republic will be closing 130 locations. This will pretty much taking them out of shopping malls where
Tim Burton Is Making An 'Addams Family' TV Series
"Weeks at his home studio in New Jersey. The Adams family TV Reboot is in the words. The iconic 19 sixties TV show was reportedly returning to the small screen with Tim Burton spared to direct and executive produce. The Adams family first began as a New Yorker comic strip in the late 19 thirties, then was later adapted into an ABC sitcom running from 1964 to 1966. In 1991, the Adams family movie premiered, grossing
Senate takes up Barrett nomination, setting up final vote
"A full U S. Senate is considering Judge Amy Cockney Barrettes nomination to the U. S. Supreme Court a day after the Judiciary Committee advanced into the chamber. NPR's Amy held reports a conservative, could be confirmed to the high court on Monday. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is taking up barrettes confirmation with debate and procedural votes planned through Sunday in a rare weekend session. A final vote is expected Monday, eight days before the election, and Republicans are all but certain to have the 51 votes needed to confirm Barrett in what would be among the fastest confirmations in history. Monday marks 30 days since President Trump announced Barrett has his third nominee to the high court. Following four days of hearings last week. All 12 Republicans on the Judiciary Committee voted for barrettes nomination, with all 10 Democrats Boycotting, calling the process
Movie theaters reopen across the nation
"Theaters Reopening around New York State, but not in New York City movie theater executives have been pushing Governor Cuomo to re open theaters, with studio execs refusing to release Blockbuster films until major markets are open movies that do well in markets like New York generate more buzz translating into more ticket sales nationwide theaters open statewide today except in New York City with masks required except when you're eating or drinking. Assigned seating with 6 ft between movie goers and staggered Showtime's to allow time for disinfection Atlas stacked in Rosine E. W. O R News, New
Mark Jackson is the reason why Mark Jackson isn’t an NBA head coach
"Joe. Lake. Up after mark was let go had a bunch of quotes This was one of them that I found co part of it was that he couldn't get along with anybody else in the organization and look you did a great job. I'll always compliment him mini respects but you. Can't have two hundred people in the organization, not like you. Okay. and he said when I say the organizations whole I don't just mean the team just fifteen players that are involved in the coaching staff I mean everybody there's two hundred employees here. So we look at the organization going forward and the kind of coach we want and not just the performance everything else all these factors matter. We took all of that into account. So we have the player part of it. We have the owner part of it. We knew the front office didn't like him when one of the assistance. was busted for recording Jackson in meetings to play for the front office, which again that actually becomes a pro mark Jackson part of it. The Mark Jackson staff was not good enough the ownership in front office told him repeatedly, the staff is good. Enough Mark said we have the best staff going he and scalping apparently got into it and scalloping he was reassigned the front office didn't like that part of it. So we have the players have the staff we have the ownership we have the front office. Let's also talk about some of the other stuff that's just let's face it. Weird Jackson's Amana Faith I. Don't question anyone's faith. I just say to you leave me alone and I'll do my thing That's the way I've always operated and that rubs people wrong way when he was a head coach but also would find time to get to La whenever he had a convenient off day to go and do that. It's tough to tell a man of faith. Hey, you know what don't be that interested in God? That's that's an almost impossible conversation but if I was at ESPN or anywhere and said, Hey, you know what? I can't watch football this weekend. Because I have this higher calling eventually it worked they'd be like, Hey, you know what? Man Like this is all part of the job being availalbe around is very difficult in tough thing to navigate as I'm not even hundred percent comfortable doing it but I'd have to say employer at the time being frustrated by it actually makes a little bit of sense and I think there's other things that just bumped people out when curry had his ankle issues he was brought up in it was kind of a playful thing curry's brought up they put the holy oil on his ankle and. Jackson's wife at the time and Pete Jackson was like look like he had chronic ankle problems and now he doesn't. So you figure it out. That's one of those things where people like wait what Jackson also had some issues off the core where he was caught up extortion deal and I'm not even really getting on his case for that because I think a lot of things happen to people that are public figures that goes on normal people's lives. But the public figure becomes the of jokes on and on and on. He also said when asked about Jason Collins availability years ago. He said not in my locker room. So it came off as if he was a homophobe because there's evidence that he is, and then when he was asked to clear that up, he said look I know Jas I know his family and I'm praying for them right now. Hey, man you save your fucking prayers. Okay. That's the kind of stuff that just doesn't play no matter who you are and I think the. Most important part of all of this because I guess I'm still maybe a little surprised that he doesn't have a job because other people have been on TV and not been great on. TV. I've looked at other coaches that haven't had great runs and there's been plenty of people that have gotten second chances by the way both black and white. So when I see people out raged that he's been blackballed or as. Shannon Sharpe said White Bald or Kendrick Perkins recently, just saying like all of these things that I just going off on the idea that Mark Jackson doesn't have job it really feels like, okay. Are you informed and but yet you've made up your mind decided not to change your mind or are you uninformed and I think so many people screaming about this or like Oh wait that's right. You know maybe either moments you had just now listening to this like Oh, that's right. I've nothing personal against Mark Jackson. He's one of my favorite college basketball players of all time all-time. You guys know how huge of a Saint John's Fan I am and I actually was you know as a little kid be like dude I can't believe he's going this late in the draft is GonNa be awesome and he was awesome in the knicks I felt so vindicated I was. Like and I could refer team right one day I love Mark Jackson and I was right. But when I listened to him on the broadcast Van Gundy I, think him being on the broadcast Van Gundy chances of getting a job because if I was worth a half a billion dollars or more and had the opportunity to own a team or owned a team right now and I'd go. Van Gundy's on all of these little things like, Hey, look at how they blind me Anthony Davis on free throws already have them on the other side of the court. So he can seal for Deepak smaller offender will there be an adjustment. Hey, what's going on with the substitution? Hey, this rule's actually wrong. Why are they doing it? This Way Jeff Van Gundy will say, here's Hey Jason tatum something's wrong with him. He's the first pointed out it happens multiple times every single broadcast Jeff Van Gundy is easily the best NBA analyst in the game right now. Mark doesn't do any of those things and I. Don't know if that's just him not being comfortable in that role but he's a coach. He's a former player and he doesn't do any of those things. He'll say, Hey, this guy's not just a great score. He's a great individual. He's a human being. Okay. So and so doesn't get enough credit for shooting. Okay. In everything is results based. If the shot goes in, it was a great shot at the shot doesn't go in Hey, that's the guy that shouldn't be taking the shot. It's very. It's very minimal depth and when. You have people that make these decisions. You're almost instead of looking at the resume in Golden State which is on its surface again resume. You'd say Yeah. What like six years? Nicholas gives Scott his shot young team garnered play defense that's hard to do. But I think being next to Jeff. When Jeff runs circles around him on the broadcast. It it might remind go wait why why is this one guy way better talking about the game than the other guy so I think the best thing market do would not be on the broadcast with Jeff and who knows what might happen. So I just think the more we look at it and hey man trust me this is not white guy decide to push back on racism segment because I've. Probably done with those the rest of my life. I'm seeing specific to this one because the NCAA numbers are atrocious. The ABC's the head coaching. Diversity that we have in the pro sports leagues still is not what it needs to be I'm not pushing back on any of those things. But when it comes specific to mark Jackson, there are the informed in the uninformed, and hopefully if you've resisted this, you're more informed now.
College Social Distancing Guidelines No Match For The Jasonator
"Across the country are forging ahead with the fall. Semester unlike anything we've ever experienced but new data today is showing that the safety procedures put in place by many schools may not be going far enough to prevent Cova nineteen for more. I'm joined by OPR chief senior rightist correspondent, Mark Hammond. Marcy. What sort of risks are relooking at well as the Department of Health and Human Services has determined that despite a concerted effort by colleges, the social distancing guidelines that have been put in place are still simply no match for the Jason Ader I spoke with HHS Deputy Director Alex Collins to get a fuller picture throughout the fall semester. Adversities may initially go a few days or even a week without any outbreaks but as soon as the Jason Ater shows up with a case full of Bruce and that devilish grin on his face, the infection rates begin to spike almost immediately.
Finding Your Mentor
"Welcome to marketing trends I mean phase on host of marketing trends, and today we are joined by special guests mark. How're you doing fantastic cited to be here, marketing, Trans and hang out with you guys. Yeah. Excited to to chat with you. You Know You have your serial entrepreneur. You have a bunch of really cool stuff going on you have a book coming out that we're. GonNa. Talk about and everything in between. So let's get started. How did you get into marketing in the first place? Yeah. Well, you know I actually went to school and I thought I was going to study economics and then I took a marketing class and said man, this is for me and I took every marketing class I could take an it's so funny because when I went. To school and not trying to age myself here. But then even have a marketing degree. That's so crazy when I look back and think of it. But I literally took every marketing class that I could take from the universities that I was at and I just loved it. In fact, before it became an entrepreneur, I actually was the director of marketing for U. S.. A. Today. That's. A little known fact that people don't don't know talk about a product that changes every single day was fascinating and really cut my teeth on the pace at which marketing can happen. But it led me to being an entrepreneur, the entrepreneurial today, and I, have to tell you that marketing is at the core of every single business that I get involved in if I don't believe in. The product if I don't have passionate around the marketing, then I don't do it. Yes. So flush forward to today tell us a little bit about the companies that that you're involved with what you're working on. Yeah. You know often I get introduces a serial entrepreneur and what what is that that just means it's an entrepreneur that has his hands and multiple businesses I early on I. Would have won business and I started selling those businesses and I've actually sold seven businesses and so and I just there's nothing more validating than to start a business and it becomes of such value that someone is willing to pay you for it and so I got in the phase where I I was looking for more businesses that I could do that and I found myself involved. In multiple businesses now, I will tell you that that can be a detriment because you lack some focus that sometimes your business needs I can tell you right now it was a massive positive to me because when everything when the world changed earlier this year I had multiple businesses going and I'm here to tell you to my businesses within five days like five days of changes in. The world and those two businesses were literally done and I'm not sure I'm going to start him back up. They were more of physical presence stage based event based businesses and I think they're just done and so but I had some other businesses that were not in that way. In fact, one business that was in e-commerce and we started noticing that business started driving before the. World, kind of figured out what was going on, and by the time we were in the full-scale quarantine that business was up over five hundred percent year over year and what I love about business is that I've got this little philosophy that I learned from my mentor Kevin Harrington who I co wrote the Book Mentor to Millions and I would I would study him and say how? Do. You pick businesses to get involved in and he goes mark I just follow the eyeballs and I'm like follow the eyeballs and he's like, yeah I mean when I was in as seen on TV are when I was in infomercials, people watching TV and then they started moving to the Internet. So I created as seen on TV, DOT COM 'cause that's where the eyeballs were going. And now he's in a lot of businesses that are relying on social media and more modern means of of media because that's where the eyeballs are. So while I was sitting there with a business that was you know any commerce and also that for all the eyeballs went everybody's sitting at home and their their shopping from home in I've got this business that all of a sudden. Just blows up and I'm like boom to businesses have just stalled out and I've reallocated all my staff at NF leading anybody go and I read purpose them and pointed them towards the eyeballs which was ECOMMERCE and now I'm here to tell you that you know I chose Kevin Hearings as a mentor because I wasn't scaling businesses to a level that I thought I was capable. Of and come to find out it was me that was holding them back. He taught me what real scale looks like and I'm actually on my way to my first one, hundred, million dollar business all because I followed the eyeballs I was in the swim lane where everybody showed up and started swimming, and that's advice that I give all the time to people as they're trying to. Decide where to start a business what businesses start and I just say where are the eyeballs pointed where people looking if you start a business in the path of that, it has a reasonably good chance of being successful. So my principal business right now is ecommerce and then I also have a business I love physical products, and so I, try digital product and I just wasn't that Good at it and so physical product i. know I understand I like it. I can touch it. I know how to produce it another maximize it, and so I started taking what I learned in funnel marketing and applying it to physical products and found that physical products are just powerful inside a funnel marketing. So I have an Amazon Slash e commerce business that that sells products on. Twenty nine different virtual channels, and then I have a funnel based business that sells products through marketing funnels, all throughout different social media and wherever all's traffic is at. So those are my two principal businesses. They are deeply rooted in marketing and they are thriving right now even during these kind of crazy times
Forget Barrel-Aged Whiskey: This Company Whips Up Instant Aged Spirits in the Lab
"This is a little test. If you're a fan of craft of things that require years of patients to pay off, say a Christmas tree farm, a newly designed luxury car or an eighty year. Old Scotch time is a worthwhile investment to you on the other hand. If speed matters more to you than craft, you may see years invested in, say those Christmas trees as so much wasted time. It's much faster to make an artificial tree after all and you can still hang lights on them but what if you could have convenience and craft at the same time? Seems impossible doesn't well, not anymore at least for one particular beverage, scientific innovation has come to whiskey. There's nothing about whisky that's new. The date of its invention is a little fuzzy but historians say may have existed as long ago as fourteen hundred ad or maybe even further back than that today, the longer it ages the more expensive it is and two connoisseurs typically the better it tastes but not to the founders of silicon. Valley's bespoke in spirits, Stu Aaron, and Martin. JANACEK say they've come up with a laboratory process for making whisky and only a few days if they took my made quiz being the second group, they call the years it takes to age say mark antiquated and wasteful. bespoke spirits doesn't call itself a distillery. Rather the company is Spirits Tech Company intended to help other distillers, grocery chains and celebrities create custom spirits that can move like lightning from lab to store shelves. The name speaks to its intent bespoke means custom-made. The startup uses the lab to bring the barrel to the spirits rather than the other way around in other words, it's using material science massive amounts of data analysis to. Create spirits according to Forbes rather than putting spirits into oak barrels. The company places selected tiny pieces of wood in precise combinations in a kettle with spirits in char- heat and churn or apply again with scientific precision to mimic the aging process much much faster. The company claims they can create seventeen thousand different flavor combinations in three to five days. Most whisky is aged in barrels for about five years according to CNN. So far spoken has made whisky Tequila Rum and brandy mostly for other companies but they also do sell spirits to consumer specifically a line of different whiskies from classic Bourbons to one made with Ron Whiskey of course, the biggest obstacle, any food or drink made in a lab faces scepticism about and quality when it comes to that question bespoke in his taken home about two dozen awards from spirits tasting events since they launched early this year, that's the social proof. They think they need to grow the rest of the business, not just custom blending new products behind the scenes, but also helping distilleries rescue batches of expired beer or spirits from distributors that aren't quite right which seems. To be a good foundation for a promising business, still it's hard to grow a whole new category of anything without enough money. Early, this month, the small business one, two point six, million dollars in seed funding from hall of fame, Baseball Star Derek jeter, and Silicon Valley scientists TJ Rodgers purists may turn up their noses at spoken in America. Popular rival maker's mark is not only one of the oldest whiskey brands. Its history is at selling point founder bill. Samuel senior bought a distillery in Loretto Kentucky in nineteen, fifty three but that distillery began making whisky as far back as the early eighteen hundreds. Maker's marks message today is still it's one bottle at a time every time. And an oppression bit of copy anticipating the changes coming to the Industry today they also say it's been a widely held belief around here that character isn't made by machine. Ouch. Regardless of an expected war between purists and innovators, the time may turn out to be just right for bespoke in the pandemic is spiking demand for spirits but trade wars are making them more expensive to import according to CNN. And when you can't import easily making new spirits here, bottles that can get to the shelf in the blink of an eye could fill a growing demand. and to that investors like, Derek. JETER may well say, cheers.
Walmart sues US in pre-emptive strike in opioid abuse battle
"Ball Mart is suing the federal government and what's being called a preemptive strike in the battle over its responsibility in the opioid abuse crisis, the government expected to take civil action against Wal Mart. For the role it's pharmacy of may have played by filling prescriptions for the
The $20 billion missing from this economy
"Los Angeles I'm Carl Rozelle Thursday I believe the twenty second of October has always to have you along everybody. We're going to start today with a story about something in this economy that is not there that isn't happening and what that means. We're going to set it up by noting that seven hundred, Eighty, seven, thousand people lost their jobs last week and made first time claims for unemployment benefits less than the week. Prior, it should be said, and also that the Labor Department adjusted downward is numbers for the previous couple of weeks. And that's good. It really is but the number of people on government assistance because they have lost their jobs is still stratospheric. Lee High millions of them are running out of benefits and as you know, those extra six, hundred dollars a week went away in August. And that to get back to the thing that's missing is sucking billions of dollars out of this economy compared to earlier in the pandemic how many billions? Marketplace's Mitchell Hartman gets the lead story today. The answer is. Twenty billion dollars a week. That's how much is not getting into out of work Americans, pockets since a bunch of federal assistance programs for the unemployed started running out in midsummer Andrew Statler at the Century Foundation says based on Treasury data, they were getting twenty six, billion a week that as come crashing down to just six billion dollars, it's much less support to. Families and to the economy than we had six hundred a week in federal pandemic payments expired at the end of July the President's partial replacement program ran out of money last month also folks laid off back in March and April are now running out of their twenty six weeks of state jobless benefits some but not all are getting a thirteen week federal extension. Unemployment benefits now average three twenty a week across the country. It's even less for gig workers on pandemic on employment assistance and that has made a huge dent in the purchasing power of households suffering unemployment says Mark Hamrick. Dot Com, they are really having to scrape to get by these days just for basic needs such as pay for shelter, pay the bills to put food on the table and forget about luxuries. That's exactly what Brooke Wetzel has seen play out in her florist business in La when the economy started to open up late spring sales picked up but since August things have gotten pretty slow people might have that you know extra fifty to seventy five dollars per fire arrangement. So woetzel's working part time now spending the. Rest with her homeschooling kids I'm Mitchell Hartman for
Best Of Getting Great Growth In Business With Facebook Groups with Marc Mawhinney
"Welcome everybody. I'm your host Brian Basilico. And this is the podcast where you learn to make your business Sizzle online. So are you ready to fry up some new business? Hey everybody. I've got a great guest in a friend. His name is Mark Winnie and Mark is a coach's job and the man has been a Content generating machine. So I wanted to introduce you to him and his methodology. So Mark, how you doing, man? Hey Brian, I'm doing good. So, how's life up in Canada? Home life is going very well. I can now get out of the igloo. It's getting to that time of year, you know two weeks of Summer coming up in Canada. Now, it's it's beautiful. I'm half very happy that song. Dude, so what I'd like to start out doing is getting people to know who is Mark. What's your background? And how did you get from where you were to where you are now, so can you tell us? Yeah, I mean my background the shortcomings version as I got into real estate right out of University, you know back when I was a spring chicken. I'm Twenty-One years old and build up my real estate business for over a decade throughout my twenties just work my you-know-what off and work work work and things grew and business was doubling every year and and things are going great. And I had a lot of you know highs and accesses at that time, but I also had my share of failures I had to business closures over, you know over that decade. Now one of them was really bad not that there's ever a good business closure but one of them had employees and it got messy cuz in my part of the world every single time, there's a business clothes that could be restaurant. It can be a bookstore or anything that a lot of people attacking. Business owner. Yeah, like it's their fault. They planned it right? Cuz that's what people plan to do open a business and closet. So I dealt with the slings and arrows of that but actually worked out well that, you know led me to coaches because I needed help to get back on my feet and I hired several coaches and and had mentors and really just fell in love with whole concept of coaching and that's what led me into coaching and now he's coaching for three years. So yeah, that's awesome. So Mark you you've really been like this content creation machine you started out with like a podcast today. I think it was on episode somewhere around 1:50 and then close to 400. And so you've built up some really really great basis on Facebook with two different Facebook groups. Can you talk about the evolution of how that happened and what they've done for your business? Yeah. I mean, I'm a huge fan of Facebook groups. I just I love them. So I have two main I have other groups for you know, my coaching programs and stuff smaller groups for the people that are dead. Ask the clients but I have two main groups. So I have my natural-born coaches pass gas Group, which you're a member of and that's for anyone who's been on my show. So I've got as a recording Us by 430 episodes and we've got three hundred and some people that are in that group. So that's that's one group the group that's larger and even more activity though, cuz it's open to any coaches or people interested in coaching is the coaching jungle and I believe you're you're a member in there as well. So thank you. So the coaching jungle groups the other one and we're up to almost 2,000 right now and that's happened really quickly roughly six seven months. It's grown without any paid advertising that's all organic and kind of word-of-mouth are so if anyone wants to check that one out, they could go to the coaching Jungle Juice con will direct you there. Awesome. So having these two groups in this podcast, how is this helped or affected your business? I think it's made it a lot easier to to group your tribe. Gather so Facebook's my playground. I mean some people are linked in people. I'm on there and you know, I've got 60,000 Twitter followers. So I'm fairly active on Twitter but really Facebook is my big box where I play and my personal profiles at that 5,000 cap that limit that you have the problem is if I was just talking to the personal profile of got people on their lot of coaches. Yeah, but there's also a lot of people doing other things that don't have any interesting coaching and those are my people that's my Niche I help coaches build their businesses. So it wouldn't get the same traction but by building up a community like the coaching jungle groups, a lot of people together who are my people, you know, and even if not saying that every single person is going to become a client obviously but a number of them have or they referred people over or at least I'm learning stuff right like everyday. I'm jotting down stuff. I'm learning in that group from the people in there. So I just like going forward with social media where it's so noisy with all the platforms and all the different ways that you can reach people. I think that these kind of tribes and groups are going to be even more important cuz it groups people similar to trust together rather than just be kind of scattered all over that platform. Yeah, totally makes sense. So from there. You've got all this traction all these people that you're talking to how hard is it to moderate thousands of people because you know, one of the things as a group moderator, you're always going to get those people just don't understand the rules want to constantly sell promote their stuff. I mean, how do you manage that? Yeah, there's one or two spammers on the internet at maybe three or four I will say with my group of the number of people for having almost 2,000. It's been very good so far now I just added three of men this week as a recording this so I got to a point where this has happened very rare, but rarely, but there's been a couple of cases where someone will send me a message and say Hey, FYI, Joe just put a bunch of porn on a thread, you know or something like some idiot post porn links or whatever wage. Maybe he was hacked or you know, maybe it was him. But for whatever reason he can't have that on there and I can't watch all the time cuz I'm busy with my clients and what the podcast and with everything else. So I did bring on Thursday and then and the cool thing there is it's three that I trust and there are people that I know they've always been active in the group one of them's in the UK so she's at a different time zone than I am. I'm I'm in a weird time zone in Atlantic Canada. I'm an hour past later than Easter. So she's four hours later than me. So it means if somebody decides to make it, you know, put a bunch of corn stuff up in the middle of the night when I'm suggesting chicken catch it. So overall what the really big thing for the coach and jungle why it's been so easy to manage up to this point is I've kind of had a no-nonsense policy around people selling and people spamming
Disinformation is Solvable
"We have this ideal of free speech, which is that there's a marketplace of ideas out there that more speeches always better because the good ideas will win out in the end. It's a kind of fundamentally optimistic idea. It comes originally from the political philosopher, John Stewart Mills and his book on Liberty in the nineteenth century, and then it Kinda comes into Supreme Court land in the twentieth century but it often turns out not to be true there various eras in history where propaganda and false ideas have actually won the day in politics you can think about the Nazis you can think about times of Soviet, union communism other nine, thousand, nine, hundred examples of. Fascism and more recent governments in places like Brazil and India, where disinformation has really one out and so I think that we are flirting with that possibility in a scary way in the United States right now the fact is marketplace of ideas was always a pretty shaky concept and so free speech is really important to our democracy but we need I think to reconceptualise how we think about it and how we protect it in a way that really protects the speech that supports democracy instead of threatening it too. So we get our terms clear sale little about how disinformation with a D. differs from misinformation with an m yeah I mean these are sort of. Terms that are only I think the definitions are becoming clearer kind of as we speak but misinformation usually refers to fax that turn out to be wrong and disinformation refers to wrong facts that are being deliberately pedaled for political end. So it's the more sinister version. Disinformation intentional deception often fueled by. Actors of different kinds is sort of crowding out the good information, economics called Gresham's law where you know the bad money the money that's fake gold kind of is circulating everywhere in the real money disappears from the marketplace in a way that something like that happening with information right with is just all of this swirling nonsense depending on where you get your information from and you can't tell what's the good information or if there's any good information in that context way. So one way to think about this is that it used to be hard. To speak, we had gatekeepers, we had these traditional media companies that had a real hold and sort of control over speech. Now, it's really easy to speak, but it's very hard to be heard, and some of what we see in disinformation campaigns is a deliberate effort to drown out true speech or to smear the reputations of people especially online so that they'll effectively be silenced they'll leave the space they won't keep trying to talk, and so it's the use of speech to suppress speech, and that is very challenging for our American First Amendment to deal with. Having you had a really good example in your your piece, which was a me my I hadn't come across that the Democrats were threatening to secede from the country. The election. Just tell that story in brief because it was such a tidy example of sort of you know in the famous like mark. Twain like a lie that God halfway around the world before the truth guidance boots on him and it's just a piece of nonsense spread like wildfire, right? Yeah. So over the summer, a group of academics and former. Administration officials, former campaign staffers, pollsters they got together to game out the twenty twenty election and they played out various scenarios in which one or the other candidate won. It was close there was litigation. There wasn't there basically testing the system of American democracy and Rosa Brooks who was one of the CO organizers of this project wrote an essay in the Washington Post in which you mentioned that in one of the several hypothetical Scenarios Biden won the popular vote Belossi the Electoral College and fictional team Biden talked about trying to ask California and the Pacific northwest threatened to secede as a way of pressuring Republicans to add more succeeds to the Senate there's just a sentence about this in Rosa Brooks's essay Out of that sentence comes an article by Michael Anton- a former trump official and a conservative publication. Arguing that a coup is coming and from that article comes and appearance by another trump official Tucker Carlson show talking about this fictional threat of a democratic coup, very popular right-wing podcast named Dan Bongino. He shows up making videos about this that are getting millions and millions of views on social media president trump tweets in praise of publication called Revolver News, a right-wing website, which is also spreading this false story and what you see here, all the parts of the right wing media ecosystem coming together to really give a big platform to this made up idea that the Democrats are planning a coup.
How Long Until I Feel Better?
"Are we doing today? Are we doing today? My people hope that the Day evening night morning is treating you well, and I'm good. I want to jump right into it. We're going to be talking about how long does it take to feel better and despite off all the cool technology we have access to nowadays. We still can't predict the future. We still can't with 100% accuracy. Tell you what your healing path to be. Like, however, what we can do is we can you know, we can we can use it as an idea right way. We have a couple of ideas terms of we can use our experience. And so when we use our experience it allows us to offer. allows us to she better guess to me better guesstimate what could be so with that? I want to speak about how long it take for you to feel good. Now I can only speak as an acupuncturist. I can only speak from my personal experience. and I will also use a little bit of general rule of thumb. If patient comes into my office or if I'm treating depending on the patient that is being treated. How soon you may benefit from the treatment varies and to what extent you will benefit from the treatment varies? I wish I could give you a high. I wish I can give you a percentage rate. I tell you my percentage treatment treatment rate, which I think may I have to look back at the data which in my opinion would be high right not a hundred percent and I'll get into that because that goes into the how long but majority of patients have found success with acupuncture and Hence, why you've seen the growth as an acupuncturist myself as someone who's who's received acupuncture. I can talk about the benefits and wage the kind of shifts that you experience and part of what I want to do is help to change the narrative because you hear about traditional Chinese medicine and so it's presented with the sense of skepticism, which if we already have enough valid studies to say this is conclusive. You know and we already have enough people say, you know what they've had we've had this benefit more experiences benefit. I can't we say there is definitely a correlation or or you know, their science shows and or the data shows such and such about acupuncture wage. They there are randomized controlled studies. They're systematic reviews there. There's meta-analysis available now on just not just acupuncture quotation marks after you puncture is used in many different ailments of for instance and osteoarthritis for the need for the back for the habits and violist and you're going to test in every segment right every disease. You have to see you would test right you would test the You know, whatever hypothesis on whatever. Yeah, whatever. You're you're trying to get the results of so what I live patients know when and and what we try to do is. You know first streaming is always let me know as a practitioner. You know, what are some things that to let me know as a practitioner? How your body's going to respond to the treatment? Right first first couple treatments maybe first one or two treatments want to see how your body responds did your body respond at all
"mark it" 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 it" 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 it" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Wrapped in bacon i'm here for the taken i'm covered with cheese i aim to please and usually i'm hitting in the cleanup spot where i clear the basis hey you want me to hit in the two hole the night mark i'm on a chip on out to right center i'm going to get on base i'm gonna steal second and i'm gonna score on the next hit out brother moved the runners johnny we appreciate your switching up lineup spot with silky tonight chunky lock box so thank you for being a team player moving up to that number two whole buddy always kind of like a tony i'm trying to carlos by air go if you will you're number two hitter but you got power you know you're not just you know a punch and judy guy i'm coming in about five three one eighty my feet point opposite directions exactly i'm going to get on base and run around what's on the menu tonight brother mark it's about time my hats and dessert and since it's summer let's go over to q and see what they got cooking for their new summer things they got a brand new slate blizzard's for everybody who now usually you can go in there and you order whatever you want give me the reese's pieces give me the cookie dough gimme the blueberries give me whatever you want but they've got some preset recipes throwing at you just for this summer they've got the drastic chop they've got berry cheesecake they've got cotton candy they've got s'mores i can tell you about any one of them if you wanna know oh you're a blue guy i love blizzards love love love him right so you gotta though every once in a while they gotta figure out hey what else can we put in the blizzards one of my favorite things is jurassic trump obviously teaming up with that movie that's coming out about dinosaurs and they're throwing in some what i like to call buckeyes they're calling them little peanut butter balls dipped in chocolate but everybody knows from the midwest nauseam as buckeye you got chunks of fudge you got liquid fudge and then you've got everything else they usually put a blizzard which is finalized cream you've got cheese cake berry mark you want a.
"mark it" 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 it" 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 it" Discussed on Championship Drive
"mark it" 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.
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"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.
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"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.
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"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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"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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"Fence her defense really well does not mean that that guy's automatically going to be able to run a program really well and the fact that you know is actually been a head coach at a lower level i think is a positive because it you least you know a little bit about what you're getting here very a fordham morphine art it was non scholarship but but also one a lot of football games so that is even a quick i think they were marooned wide as well to so he doesn't have to change a lot of the closet back backing wells yeah ought to give himself a cowbell the right yeah that's one of my favorite stories about a coaching change which i've i've told on this show before but not recently is i think you jim bolger housekey was to lane and 1990s six and he is asking tommy bowed you know if he was ill was a serious about taking the cleanse clemson job in tommy's this looked at him and got up from his desk goes into his closet behind the desk started throwing out all the green shirts in the closet and says you want any of these are you interested in these he needed a new wardrobe south so that's the efficient coaching search and then we have more liberal i'll let you in all here mike gundy that would not have needed i've outfitted change hetty gone to knoxville but he has decided as he said he is a cowboy for life and played there he's coach there has been the head coach there forever and that he is not going to knoxville vis leaves seven milliondollar a year deal it he's like now i'm going to be a cowboy for life like how how do you even take the interview if you're sir seven million dollars a year i mean no coaches ever had more leverage over a program and now everyone's gotta go to tennessee and just be like yeah i'd like my pay raise blaze.
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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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"So let's get the coaching news guys are good news for mississippi state apparently uh were reporting the joe more had the penn state offensive coordinator we'll be going to start vegas as the new coach of the bulldogs uh this uh to me peter is uh it's exciting news for the league beyond does he really uh just gave such a jolt of energy to i penn state offense in his two seasons there yeah and i talk to people in mississippi state late last night about eight two different people in i was like hey first of all congratulations on a quick inefficient search because death so mountain that so many athletic directors' you know all i've got a list of names just encased in my drawer every single day we'll lot those names are you know or or not actually reasonable ideas and i think they had a couple of reasonable candidates i think is bread venables i think jeremy pruitt defensive coordinator at alabama emma and then moorhead in for them kudos for them for saying hey you know what uh dan melania he had a couple sec routes but he wasn't you know born and raised in the sec let's take a guy that has a creative offense in offense that mississippi state people are excited about because they traditionally get allotted schuco kids in they can plug it they feel like they'll be able to plug and play um more heads offense with these kids so um very exciting times in in listen he's going to inherit a pretty solid mississippi state team that's one of the reasons why don't i talked to dan mullin you know in in this before this season he personally said listen i'm in a good spot i don't forsee myself leaving because as good as we're going to be this year i think we're okay next year we're going to be honestly maybe one of my best teams they are so um it's a greats a situation all around for mississippi state and more head could is in the sec we needed to stop having reach reds we needed to see some new blood to see what they can do in mississippi states a perfect spot for him.
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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.