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Knapp Scores Winner in 9th for Phillies in 6-5 Win Over Cubs

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Knapp Scores Winner in 9th for Phillies in 6-5 Win Over Cubs

"Going on a passed ball by catcher Robinson Chirinos with two out in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Phillies a six five win over the cubs Philadelphia led by former Chicago tied the contest at the top of the ninth inning with a solo home run by Matt Duffy G. two will be jealous forty Galveston also homered for the film to snap a two game losing streak the wind chill Reno's and Frank Swindell holder for the cubs in the loss Michael Luongo below via

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How Afghanistan's Economy Changed Overnight

Planet Money

01:53 min | 1 d ago

How Afghanistan's Economy Changed Overnight

"When we get our small ahmadi. I'm align he won't tell us where he is now. What city not what. Country matt even what continent. It's not a secret. But i'd rather not say what he will say is that he's with his loved ones. He safe and like the rest of us. He's been watching. What's happening in afghanistan and specifically its economy and trying to make sense of it all but unlike most of us he helped set up some of the systems. That made afghanistan's modern economy run and just a month ago. He was still working on those systems because of who he is. My name is agua monty. I'm forty three years old. And i'm the former central bank governor of afghanistan august fifteenth was already kind of strange day to be running. The government's bank small was in his office in kabul. He was the acting governor. At the time. Appointed by the american backed government. Us have been coming in from oliver afghanistan that the taliban was taking over different cities and regions and a small that kabul would fall to the taliban soon so much so that when he arrived at work that sunday he had two packed suitcases in his car. Still the changes. That happened happened so suddenly that i. I don't think anyone could have said expected. This as moll was in charge of debt afghanistan bank. The central bank gets pretty much afghanistan's version of federal reserve such regulates all the country's banks and tries to keep inflation in check. Schmaltz was also the country's acting minister for industry and commerce. Here's a busy guy. With the taliban closing in the country was already running low on currency people were starting to hoard cash. We're meant trying to manage the economic situation. Which i i know. It seems quite ridiculous. In retrospect that we're still trying to resolve these economic issues. But i think the key point is that no one felt as though go would fall within a matter of hours

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Matt Walsh Says Liberal's Single Standard Is Keeping Others Down

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 1 d ago

Matt Walsh Says Liberal's Single Standard Is Keeping Others Down

"Know, Matt. I find your commentary to be incredibly insightful. I watch you on Fox. A lot, and a couple of weeks ago, you were on is probably Tucker. And there was that segment playing about Nancy Pelosi and the fundraiser she had remember everybody was unmasked, of course, because you know, that's what the Democrats do. And you said something that's been on my mind for a long time. I've used the example with the audience I've cited you. Of course I give you credit. You said no, no, This isn't a double standard that we wear masks and Pelosi and the elitists Don't it's a single standard. Basically, you plead, shut your pie holes, You know? Yeah, You work for us, Shut your mouth, and it's just a consistent standard, and I said, I got up mad and I cheered and I texted Jim right away, the producer said. Please get mad on the show. If he's willing to. That was a great point. Well, yeah, I mean, I think it's there is important point for us to understand it. You know, we like to accuse the left of having a double standard. Uh, I think just sort of an easy way of interpreting what they're doing, But it's exactly that there's a There's a certain consistency, not just with covid, but With their approach to everything you know they're they're special. They're kind of in a different category from the rest of us. And so they get we saw the same thing, of course. Couple nights ago at the Met gala, and everyone is talking about against the double standard. We've got all these celebrities and AOC and everyone in there walking around in their fancy designer dresses, and they're not wearing masks because that would ruin the outfit, and it wouldn't match the output and you've got the servants in the background. The servant class. Wearing matter. I think at one point I actually had some servants in masks carrying the trail of her down as you walk to your car. Yes. Um, yeah, I saw that. That's real being Jim Can't believe that. Yes, there actually, As if no one in her entourage, Matt realize, like, Hey, this really looks bad.

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Who Should USC Hire as Its Next Coach?

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

00:56 sec | 1 d ago

Who Should USC Hire as Its Next Coach?

"So i think. Usc should go get a nfl coach. I think name image likeness is going to be a little bit of an avalanche the next decade and these nfl coaches are not control freaks. They've dealt with players getting paid. They're very comfortable with it. They've got owners in the nfl. they're not in the. I have to control everything. Business i said doug peterson to me matt. Nagy if the if the bears fired him anthony lynn. All one playoff games in the nfl. All have a presence If you go. Look at usc miami and ucla three urban universities. If you look at the coaches that are had the most success. Pete carroll john robinson. Usc pro coaches chip kelly. Pro coaches getting it rolling dick for meal. Ucla pro coach. How 'bout miami. Last time they won. Butch davis dennis. Erickson jimmy johnson.

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Schumer: U.S. Senate to Stage Voting Rights Reform Bill Vote

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

01:52 min | 3 d ago

Schumer: U.S. Senate to Stage Voting Rights Reform Bill Vote

"While republican led states like texas are busy erecting. All the voting impediments they can think of senate majority leader. Chuck schumer is promising action to protect voting rights on the federal level. The republican led war on. Democracy has only worsened. In the last few weeks most notably the governor of texas recently signed into law vile new voter suppression bill that ranks one of the most draconian undemocratic in living memory. This is unacceptable so the senate must act. I intend to hold a vote in the senate as early as next week on voting rights legislation time time is of the essence. Still with us. Professor victoria di francesco. Soto and matthew dowd a professor. I want to circle back to voting rights and a hot minute but first considering texas leading the nation in voting restrictions and choice restrictions tell our audience. What's going to happen. When redistricting comes up. I believe we have about a week until that starts right so we from today. The second sean legislative session starts which is dedicated to redrawing the lines end. What we see in texas is a hard right. Turn something okay. It is gone too far to the right. it will snap back but what we're looking at with. The upcoming redistricting. Under a republican led legislature is a lot of the things that we've seen over the last year over the past couple of years are going to be institutionalized because republicans are squarely in the driver's seat. Outdrawing those maps and brian. This is the first time in recent history that we're going to be having matt strong without the protection of sexy five from the voting rights act that was repealed that was struck down by by the supreme court in two thousand

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Dodgers Trevor Bauer Has Leave Extended to End of Season

Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault

01:24 min | 3 d ago

Dodgers Trevor Bauer Has Leave Extended to End of Season

"Dodgers pitcher trevor. Bauer will miss the rest of the year. No shock there right and he will not be eligible in the postseason which is really interesting. The has agreed to extend the admin leave for the rest of the year. So he's not coming back. He somebody wrote in a kitten. Remember who wrote this. But the trevor. Bauer will never pitch inning. You'll never throw another pitch in major league baseball. Like that is crazy to think about. He is he just signed a monster deal which he's still getting paid by the way on so huge deal monster deal in what what happens next. Like i know this is one of those situations where you just scratch your head and go. I'm confused like why. Hasn't he been arrested. Yet like whoa. This is taking a long time if these allegations are if any of them are true the ones that what bauer has done with one of the two women who are accusing him of sexual impropriety. If he does get arrested. I would agree. He will never pitch again like. That's it goodbye and then the arrest will actually allow the dodgers devoid his contract. So there you go.

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No. 9 Iowa Beats No. 10 Iowa St 27-17 to Keep Cy-Hawk Trophy

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 d ago

No. 9 Iowa Beats No. 10 Iowa St 27-17 to Keep Cy-Hawk Trophy

"Knight Frank di would beat number ten Iowa state for the sixth straight time twenty seven seventeen the Hawkeyes turned four takeaways into twenty points ran their overall winning streak to eight games and their winning streak against ranked teams to five Jack Campbell returned a fumble six yards for a touchdown Matt Hankins had two of Iowa's three interceptions against Brock Purdy Spencer Petras threw a pretty twenty six yard touchdown pass to Charlie Jones Tyler Goodman had a four yard TD run in the second quarter for Iowa which won despite gaining just one hundred seventy three total yards I'm the fairy

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Manaea Fans 9, A’s Beat White Sox 3-1

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Manaea Fans 9, A’s Beat White Sox 3-1

"The athletics earned a three one win over the white Sox behind Chaman Nayar who struck out nine while allowing one run and five hits over seven innings when I was one three with an eight point oh ERA in his previous six starts since a victory on July twenty eighth just another and you know get he Thomas ought to be aggressive wish with all my pages so you know weather gets it or not is now it's up to me so you know to be aggressive with everything and and you know I think the results up Tony Kappa Matt Chapman each drove in a run for Oakland which took two of three in the series to pull within two and a half games of an AL wild card slot Jose Abreu had two hits and drove in a run for the AL central leading white sacks a braille has one hundred four RBIs this season I'm Dave Ferrie

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ESPN Reporter Allison Williams Steps Down From Role After Refusing Covid-19 Vaccine

Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault

00:43 sec | Last week

ESPN Reporter Allison Williams Steps Down From Role After Refusing Covid-19 Vaccine

"Allison williams woke at the vaccine. So she's no longer working sideline reporting for. Espn coming up this season. He was on a podcast where she said to say. I'm disappointed is probably a huge understatement. It's not been easy. But there are some things that are precluding me for being out there. And i'm gonna leave it at that. I love you guys when i can probably in a future episode and we can drive into whatever i can reveal as to why so. I'm super bombed. It's going to be a hard weekend for sure this weekend. But i can't wait to watch you to shine on the sidelines of your games. You'll be flipping through channels incessantly all day. I'll probably have to go get a sitter for my son or something. Because he's definitely going to have to get a knock any attention this weekend. Okay

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Chapman Homers, Montas Shuts Down White Sox as a's End Skid

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last week

Chapman Homers, Montas Shuts Down White Sox as a's End Skid

"The struggling ETS ended a four game losing streak thanks to the pitching of Frankie montage as they beat the white Sox five to one montage pitched seven strong innings allowed only six hits and a run with seven strikeouts to get the win I'm sorry to go out there and the much happens to her god that in the the best I can John I give the team the best chance to win and I'm man I gotta swings been doctors for us you know and I just thought it was went out there and put a good performance Matt Chapman homered while young guns Matt Olson and Elvis Andrus ball with RBI singles the ETS are three games behind the Yankees for the second wild card spot Dallas Crichel took the loss he gave up five runs on eight hits in five and two thirds innings Riley on Oakland

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Former NBA Star Cedric Ceballos Battling COVID-19: 'My Fight Is Not Done'

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:35 sec | Last week

Former NBA Star Cedric Ceballos Battling COVID-19: 'My Fight Is Not Done'

"For prayers after spending several days in the hospital battling Covid 19 former NBA players. Cedric Ceballos has spent the last 11 days hospitalized in an intensive care unit with Covid 19, he announced on Twitter. The 52 year old is asking his friends and family for prayers while sharing a photo of him with breathing tubes. On August 27th, the former NBA star first announced he had contracted Covid on Instagram, forcing him to cancel a scheduled meet and greet At the time, he told fans he was at home after a hospital visit and was hopeful for a quick recovery. Matt Piper, CBS News

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3 Automations Tools You Must Know!

No Code No Problem

03:08 min | Last week

3 Automations Tools You Must Know!

"The first toll that i will be covering. Today is happier zappia and makes you happier and is the leading no code automation tool with over thirty eight hundred immigration partners think hub spot milch him google counter and pretty much any toy you can imagine and if they don't have a direct integration you can probably find documentation or youtube video on how to set up the automation you need with a web hook happier is a y combinator backed company led by zayd foster and is probably the best hope to start. If you're looking to get into automation for the first time zap here is the most used toll in no code automation and entire six and seven figure. Businesses have been built using this toll. The only issue with zapper is if you're building a business on top of it. The price can add up extremely fast. I have used an paid for zappia in the past. And i think it is a great tool and how you recommend it to those looking to get started in automation or those that have businesses and are ready to automate those businesses. The second of all that. I'm going to be covering today. Is integra mac. Integra is an incredible automation tool that is affordable and a more visual experience. They were recently acquired for around one hundred million dollars. Integra matters as sleek web-based no code automation tool that pairs with their mobile app for the ultimate automation experience. If you don't like how zappia displays the workflows as you build. I highly recommend trying out. Integra matt i personally use it and pay for it and i think it is fairly easy to use an extremely powerful in regards to what you can do. I think there's i think you can use integral matt. And we'll have more flexibility compared to like zap your but if your needs aren't that complex zap is still a great option. But i personally love. And i pay for integral about their starting plan starts at about nine dollars a month. So it's extremely affordable for makers that are looking to start automating some of their business processes. The third option is air table so as many of you know air table is basically google sheets on steroids and conserve as simple spreadsheet or the back end for a web app. You're building. They have an internal automation tool that connects to popular tools. You use like gmo slack. Google calendar as well as moving data within air table. People run entire businesses just using air table their automation tool. I use it personally for our company placed and they are necessary for our business to function as efficiently as it does. I highly recommend air table and with our business we do events right so logistically speaking that can be a nightmare. But because of air table and air table automations. It makes the process seamless. And yes i highly recommend for sure other notable automation tools include. Ui bakery parabola directional and if this if this then that i know that's another really popular it's not gonna go into too much but they are very very simple way to build basic automations disaster but even a level below

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Cities Build Splash Pads to Cool off Residents

Environment: NPR

02:05 min | Last week

Cities Build Splash Pads to Cool off Residents

"With just a bit more than four thousand residents carro is the biggest city in tuscaloosa county. About one hundred miles north of detroit. There's a growing danger from heatwaves in the patchwork of rural communities like this one all across michigan in the state's largest local health department heat related pediatric emergency room visits. Have almost in just the last couple of years. Carro is landlocked surrounded by farms to the north and woods to the south. But today city manager matt lane is ready to get drenched. If you hear blood-curdling screams of just a freezing water touching my skin. That's not it's fine. Lean has traded in his shirt and tie for a swimsuit to try out. The city's new splash pad. He takes a deep breath and steps into the cold spray on a day. When the temperature is pushing ninety degrees he's headed for an oversized bucket about four feet tall. And almost as wide diameter perched on a tower of pipes and bound lane asks the kids playing here where to stand lane says this new public water feature is a way for kids to get out their energy on hot days. Shelly volmer says it's working. She's here with her daughter. And i can't get him to leave. They don't wanna go splash pads like this are popping up in some surprising places in small cities across the northern us. Burlington north dakota rothschild wisconsin and sars l. Minnesota have all recently installed splash pads that perfect summer to have our first year. Lashed has been really hot. Has we that at ninety quite a few days this year nikki sweeter organizes community engagement for sars l. She says those once ray or ninety degree days are more common now than she remembers in an odd twist. It's actually been so hot and dry this summer. That the new splash pad has had to

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Selling Action in Poker Tournaments

The Chip Race

01:55 min | Last week

Selling Action in Poker Tournaments

"Well the first question is quite easy in just goes back to what you were saying. You start it's taking probably between twenty two thousand seventeen. But i wonder if you can each remember. The first time are sold at auction at your feelings were about doing so is there any doubt was something he just flew into confidence. The first time i ever sold action. I do remember it was for my i d. I wasn't really ruled. Free petits at the time but one of the top poker players in our run me up and said he was interested in buying a big piece indie potato so i ended up setting fifty percent of myself and turning it into rosary modest by international. It was more common the time but it was fairly new back then. Seemed to be most What that was a poker player looking to have a sweat. Apart from the fact that he was playing the event himself it was very ad hoc like that people have already any idea of what the correct markups should be. So yeah. I think that was two thousand nine. Roughly yeah when i look back i would say that it was definitely an online event and it was probably relatively small cleaning things where you know you might satellite into. Ns tops or w coup or something like that online. And then it's sorta seemed prudent to maybe twelve and then maybe salad trumka's well. I remember the first proper Was twelve and a half percent to a couple of friends. When i qualified for the full series in two thousand and nine i had my way from the twenty five dollars. Satellite to a to k package and in my mind that was trying to cover the cost to go to the live events. I thought it'd be smart. 'cause i wasn't old at the time i was right in growing your mode when it used to play forty five months and this was for chefs and yeah went very well and i ended up having to my friends. grams for those small pieces was a fifteen hundred events. I think i only settled about two hundred bucks worth but the pin a good purchase by them. I didn't begrudge it to them. Because they were kind of people who i used to do. A lot of swapping with back when i lived in the states and played

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No. 7 Iowa State Survives Against Northern Iowa, 16-10

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

No. 7 Iowa State Survives Against Northern Iowa, 16-10

"Detrow young had a big interception with two oh five left in the fourth quarter and seventh ranked Iowa state staved off an upset minded northern Iowa sixteen ten Brock Purdy completed twenty one of twenty six passes for one hundred ninety seven yards but Matt Campbell's team was kept off balance by defense that returned all of its starters that's a good football team and so from our standpoint I think really proud of our attitude and effort really proud of how our kids played Rizal who led the nation with nine one hundred yard games last season was held a sixty nine on twenty three carries Iowa state was in danger of joining Michigan is the only top ten team to lose to an FCS opponent on the ferry

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Rojas 2 Hits in 7-Run Burst, Miami Ends Phils' 6-Game Streak

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last week

Rojas 2 Hits in 7-Run Burst, Miami Ends Phils' 6-Game Streak

"This silly six game winning streak is over after Miguel row Haas had two hits and three RBIs during a seven run sixth that highlighted the Marlins ten three route of Philadelphia actually you can we got our momentum from from that evening and are they gonna say is that we can do it all and get scored the strongest cases Sanchez smacked a three run Homer in the first inning for the Marlins losing pitcher Kyle Gibson was tagged for eight runs and eight hits in five one third innings Steven ochre got the final out in the sixth for his first win since twenty seventeen Matt Verlaine hit an RBI double and a run scoring triple for the Phils Freddy Galvis led off the game with a home run I'm the ferry

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Mars Rover Apparently Retrieves First Rock Sample for Return to Earth

Make Me Smart with Kai and Molly

00:39 sec | Last week

Mars Rover Apparently Retrieves First Rock Sample for Return to Earth

"Perseverance rover has collected. Its first rock sample. Oh yeah thoughts on perseverance. Well more importantly it's the first rock sample. That's going to be brought back right. That's the deal. So they drill a hole in iraq. They pulled it out and then through some you know orbital mechanics. Whatever they're going to get it back to earth which is just cray cray half full. Always send matt damon. I'm going yes. Yes yes wow. I'm not ducking guys like you say that's amazing that is actually

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USMNT Stumbles out of the Gate

ESPN FC

01:45 min | Last week

USMNT Stumbles out of the Gate

"Let's look back on the us as nil-nil draw with el salvador in world cup qualifying match of the octogonal round of concacaf world cup qualifying and to look back on everything. That went down he's sebastian. Salazar and hercules gomez. Thank you very much all right. A million ways to break down this first match of the qualifying cycle for the us. Let's start first by analyzing not the performance but the result itself a scoreless. Draw away against salvadoran. The first of three. Are you satisfied with it. Satisfied wouldn't be necessarily the word it's acceptable right. It's this road formula you steal steal away and you secure points at home so if we're going by that formula team that didn't qualify last world cup because they failed to secure points at home because they failed to steal points away then. Yeah by that standard. I wouldn't say satisfied. But it's an acceptable result. So yeah acceptable i mean. Isn't this the most talented generation of us players ever. Isn't it also the most accomplished at club level of all time at some point. Don't we have to the expectations. A little bit yeah. Let's be honest and say give level. Yes at club level by far. That's not even debate. Let's give go pederson salvador all the credit that you want. There's not a single player hurricane team. That's getting anywhere near the. Us eleven the us eighteen twenty six for these games. I mean you are so obsessed with where guys play you. Want to eat horvath who hardly plays a start over matt. Turner salvador has zero players playing top flight football in europe. Not top five league football light football in europe when you have such a decided advantage of the. Us doesn't tell there. Shouldn't the expectation beat to win. If now that vantage when will it be to win.

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"matt now" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"matt now" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Sir. Give people with no crickets. And i heard somebody said i needed to take crowe row. You need to take a blow. Won't great via head down now. I'm not on take venice. Cancel me out hell. Yeah yo do. We need to change that song. Because i'm gonna come in here every morning matt now. The see wapiti left microsoft. Thought the action birthday. who you'll grow. I might have to tell you you open deal. Are you gonna fight. Go fight my man late that beating his ass they use to do whatever the hell you go. You got into lakes immortal comeback mode in your head or something was gonna finish him and he finished. You broke the bad knocker on my do you need to come back. Comeback strong anyway You'll do me grass. yes i do. Most you'll get ramps that i see us peace. Look so if you're on blog talk and you haven't pressed one. That's the reason we haven't gone through you. And we're going out to florida to our main event the challenger taking on a champion for the two titles in florida key. Why the dream who is he. Nothing will jay matt. Give excellent instructions over there to keep the dream came. The dream.

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"matt now" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

Radio Free Flint

09:10 min | 11 months ago

"matt now" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

"Raised on his working blast dead and mom mom always gotta dad around blue had and that was the flint city blues by bb sung by beebe and the x. Man matt mcdermott. Wrote the song and provided it for our use here at Radio free flint. Thank you matt now onto our episode. Hello this is arthur bush and you're listening to radio free.

"matt now" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

Radio Free Flint

06:35 min | 11 months ago

"matt now" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

"Song raised on the inside working class Dad and Mom. Then work with the war and my mom always around gotta go around comes around. I have a blessed baby. I am loving you. That was the Flint City Blues song sung by Bebe and the Axeman Matt mcdermaid wrote the song and provided it for our use here at Radio free Flint. Thank you Matt now on each episode. Hello, This is Arthur Bush and you're listening to radio free.

"matt now" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

Radio Free Flint

06:35 min | 11 months ago

"matt now" Discussed on Radio Free Flint

"Song raised on the inside working class Dad and Mom. Then work with the war and my mom always around gotta go around comes around. I have a blessed baby. I am loving you. That was the Flint City Blues song sung by Bebe and the Axeman Matt mcdermaid wrote the song and provided it for our use here at Radio free Flint. Thank you Matt now on each episode. Hello, This is Arthur Bush and you're listening to radio free.

"matt now" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:12 min | 11 months ago

"matt now" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Max Monthly. Even Will Smith, who had a big hit in that game, guys that they have brought into their system and we're not quote unquote crazy, expensive. Then you throw in Mookie Betts and the amount of money they spend on him. And obviously Clayton Kershaw later in his career versus the little engine that not just could, but that isn't might in Tampa Bay, where Freeman came from That same approach minus the money. And I mean minus any money. It's riveting stuff, but for me, it's the historical context off. What is a Dodgers team that is on the verge of being and they don't want the Siri's The Buffalo Bills off baseball. We don't pay as much attention because we don't pay as much attention day in day out to baseballs. We do the NFL for good reason. And because it doesn't seem like there's a comparable to the just the run of Super Bowl chances the bills had back in the nineties and when they failed to win But you make three world Series out of four is hard. Make groceries. You win your division eight times. You have the payroll that the Dodgers have, and you don't want a single one. After almost a decade of dominance with the greatest pitcher of his generation, again and again, going out there and either failing or not performing the level he needs to That is a colossal, colossal historical let down and eventually no matter how smart and Freeman is, and no matter how remarkable the Dodgers are You're going to run some speed bumps, and I think they're going to be good for a long time because of their youth and the teams they have. But this moment right now, the stars the bullpen, the starting rotation, the bats finally getting hot. With some actual clutch hitting, driving in runs the way they work counts and how it's impacted this Siri's and the Syriza led up to it. Everything is lined up for this team and let's start with they've got their three guns. They've got their three stars two aces. And Walker Buehler. Tonight and Clayton Kershaw Sunday. And they've got Holly Orioles, who has a stuff who is that talented who I think has the most. I meant to ask this of carriers and you know, I just didn't I think Arias has the most electric stuff of anybody on that Dodgers team doesn't mean he's the best pitcher. Right. You have to. Actually pitching is a skill and the talent and they are helps and arias is young guys don't figure it out. But Walker Buehler, Julio Urias Clayton Kershaw for what is either going to be right. It's going to be the win win this thing game. Or it's going to be the stem the tide thing game somehow the raise in the next two, which I find unlikely or they split, which feels like the direction this is going to go because I'm not. I'm not hating on top. There are great baseball team. Either way, Kershaw was going to step into whatever remarkable moment We find ourselves in Sunday. That isn't just this Siri's in this season. It's all this history. All this failure from the Dodgers leading the Clayton Kershaw having the chance to either win a World Series beyond the mountains, the starter To tip a two to Siri's in the daughter's direction or if the wheels really come off to stem the time. This is the ultimate chance. The Dodgers If you haven't seen Walker Buehler pitch, he is the dodgersbest picture. The last two years. You could make the argument curse all this year has been who's been amazing. And I know Bueller's Miss sometime he had the blister is you, but he has incredible stuff. He is the young ace that I think areas can become. And this is a look. It's a point of pride in a point of optimism if you're the Dodgers That you've got in areas and in Bueller, two guys who in theory, and I think in practice that they considered healthy can both be number one absolute top of rotation top of a strong rotation starting pitchers for the Dodgers, two of them over the next two years. Clayton Kershaw, Wherever you come down his excellence or lack of excellence in the postseason, right? I don't really want to argue about it. We couldn't 8552 on two for CBS. His performances are what they are. Clayton Kershaw is not a young man. Whatever you make of him up till now, The fact is, it's very unlikely he's going to be a dominant pitcher in five years. Three years. Hell who knows? Two years. These things don't last forever. This is it. This is the moment those bats are healthy. Corey Seager's healthy Ballenger and Monty have found their swing They brought in Mookie Betts. Their bullpen is rested. I mean, this is when the Dodgers and everything they've been through everything. They failed to do everything they have accomplished every single piece of town, Andrew Freeman has put together with all that money and all that brainpower. This is the moment for the Dodgers. It begins tonight when Bueller takes the mound, and if they can't don't win this World Series, you start to wonder if they're not the bills of baseball. And whether that might continue in the years ahead. 855 to 1 to four CBS. Let's get a call. We have a Dodgers fan who's been on the line for an hour and I feel that we haven't got to him. Great guy. Loyal listener, Matt Now, ladies with us, Maddy. What up? Thank you for waiting. Dude, you are on CBS Sports radio, The Westside A rider, a man for a second there. Now that you're rubbing elbows with the likes of ARB..

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06:26 min | 1 year ago

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"Got flustered, distracted me from when I was trying to states and I couldn't think of the words in the plus side of being home for school means her family's growing much closer. They now have movie nights together, and she's spending a lot of time with her dad. She's very expensive. It's za Pleasure, tohave A. She's always place and she does not want for anything. I'm here. Yes, she does miss her friends, though. Now our social life is mostly group chats. She's in a lot of them. It's like six or seven because I have Twitter chats. And then I have instigated chess, so I don't really feel lonely. It's just like I get bored just being in memory. More time we head up to her childhood bedroom door is covered in hand painted signs. Zia held out in big block letters was young. She's just added a fresh coat of paint. Kind of like a light rose pink, Very pale thing and a desk and a chair. She found secondhand. Finally, a quiet place to study and work. But this is like my way of moving and just like me can get feel more like me. On top of that desk. A recent arrival a new laptop She is a housing refund from financial aid for a personal computer. She picks it up to test it out. She's never opened it before. I don't know. The pass is based on the classes. She's taking, figuring out that password will be one of the easier thing she does this semester. Listen, authority, NPR news, Dacula, Georgia and going virtual for those college students also means much of in person. Campus life has been put on hold. So there's trying to register college students on campus to vote ahead of the November election have also had to take their political organizing online. NPR's Shannon Bond has more Normally around this time, Matt Now Ling would be coming up with creative ways to register his fellow students to vote like a dorm storm People's arms, not their doors and got the administrative Oh, sometimes it kicked out of dorms. Now Ling is a senior at Denison University outside Columbus, Ohio, an interim president of College Democrats of America. Like many students who have returned to campus under restrictions to keep the virus from spreading. Now Ling is finding this year challenging. There's all different events that would have person simply can't happen, and I decide a lot doing activism during a pandemic is hard, says Ben Rajauri, executive director of the College Republican National Committee were trained Not yours, not keyboards right in an overnight. It's like no, no, no, not keep words quite literally cannot not doors right now. So on campuses across the country club recruiting fares are happening on Zoom college. Republicans and Democrats are promoting virtual events on Instagram and Facebook. Member's air swapping political means on messaging APS like group me. Clara Grissom is president of college Republicans at the University of Missouri. We have a group chat with people talk all the time. New people added all the time up into the conversation. But she says it's harder online to grab the attention of a student whose mind is on classes in college life, not politics. Someone who might not seek out a group chat but would in a normal year strike up a conversation while walking across the quad with just two months before the election pressure is on to get the country's 18 million college students registered They're less likely to vote than older Americans. But researcher Adam gives Monty of Tufts University says students are mobilized often around specific issues around Dhaka around the safety of black Americans and around You know the sort of unavoidable attention that the Trump administration has received. Tech companies are also trying to help Snapchat is letting people register to vote inside its APP. Facebook games to register four million voters by November. But the organizer's I spoke to say digital tools can't replace face to face interaction and persuasion in the brief window between now and Election Day, here's Roger Dre of the College Republicans at first touch of an activist or potential voter. It's arguably the most important contact that that conversation becomes a lot tougher in the digital space right, which means over at Penn State College Democrats are planning to register voters in person. The group's president, Jacob Clip, Steen says They'll use masks and take other precautions were going to be using gloves were going to be using hand sanitizer. We're going to be using the boards and we're gonna have ahh, towels to wipe down pens. There are signs registration efforts are working toughs found that in 20 states, more young voters were already registered by this August. Then in November, 2016 But many students are facing uncertainty over where to register and vote because it's unclear whether they'll still be on campus come November. Serena Ishwar leads the college Democrats at Ohio State University, the likelihood of them saying, Oh well, The case is certainly why you guys have to go home like two weeks before the election. It really worries me. That's why she's pushing to get people registered right away and figure out how to change their addresses. If campus shuts down Shannon Bond NPR news Empty office buildings across the country are starting to present a problem after all, commercial tenants pay rent to landlords who pay taxes to city and states that need that revenue. Ryan Kyla looks at the unintended consequences of rethinking the office. Adam Johnson enjoys the office. It helps that he works from one of the nicest buildings in New York on Fifth Avenue above Bergdorf Goodman. Plus, he likes his co workers. I am the only person who's been coming in here since April, 1st. Johnson's a stock picker, he writes, an investment newsletter called Bullseye Brief. And he used to share the sixth floor here with a bunch of hedge funders. Just look at all these empty rooms. I mean, down here is you go by the windows, Primo office space gone, the showstopper conference room overlooking Central Park in the Plaza Hotel. I come in here in the idea. Yoga. I mean, I'm the only person on the entire sixth floor 40,000 square feet of space altogether. And, yeah, the million dollar conference room is now where I come into push ups and sit ups and Kind of hang out on the way out. I stopped on 15 floors in the building and found one other person. Going down. With commercial real estate. Economic crises tend to hit the ground floor, first, knocking.

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"I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm No well King. Good morning. Congressional forecasters are predicting something breathtaking. The federal debt right now is almost as big as thie entire U. S economy, and by next year, they predict it will be bigger and it will soon surpass the debt load from World War two. So what is all of this mean? NPR's chief economics correspondent. Scott Horsefly has been looking through the data. Good Morning, Scott. Good morning. Well, had we get in this much debt. The government has been spending trillions of dollars to address both the health care and economic fallout from the pandemic. At the same time, households and businesses have been earning less money, so they're paying less in federal taxes. When the government pays out more and takes in last the whole of its budget gets bigger, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office They're the bean counters here in Washington. They say red ink has more than tripled this year to $3.3 trillion That's about 1/6 of GDP, and that makes this the biggest deficit has been as a share of the economy since 1945 And then next year, the government's stead is expected to be bigger than them the economy, which sounds astonishing. What does it mean exactly if if, if you think the deficit is the amount you charge on your credit card in any given year if you don't pay that off, and instead you keep adding to it, year after year that accumulated balance. Is your debt and next year, the federal government's debt is going to add up to Maura than all the goods and services we produce in the country in a year. Our GDP it's the first time that government debt has outstripped GDP in 75 years, so it is a milestone. As I popping is that might be the only well Even the people who were usually deficit scolds have acknowledged. This is not the time for the government to suddenly get stingy. Rather, they say, You know, we're in a once in a lifetime pandemic, and the government needs to put everything it can into solving that. Then, once that's done, we can worry about the debt and deficit that all sounds fair. Given how many people are out of work. How many people are going hungry being evicted? I want to go back to the analogy of the credit card and ask you how much room does the government have left on its credit card? There's still room, you know, Even with these huge deficits, the government's borrowing costs are still pretty low. In fact, the CEO says interest payments are expected to keep falling for the next few years. That won't last forever. In the latter half of the coming decade. The ageing population and rising healthcare costs will put some pressure on the budget. But right now there are plenty of people willing to lend money to the U. S government for next to nothing in interest. It's also worth noting. No, I thought we were already running a big federal deficit before the pandemic hit. We were almost a trillion dollars in the red Last year, when times were good, so little wonder Debts have been piling up during the deepest recession that most of us have ever lived through. We're has all of the money that the government has been spending during the pandemic. Where has all of it been going? Some of it went for those $1200 relief payments that most Americans got during the spring time. Some of it has gone to prop up struggling businesses with the forgivable loans and the PPP somewhat for ventilators and the warp speed vaccine development. And while some of it has gone to pay unemployment benefits, NPR chief economics correspondent Scott Horsley Thank you, Scott for this good to be with you. The start of the new school year is prime time for registering college students to vote. But with much of in person campus life on hold political organizing at universities is going online. NPR's Shannon Bond has more Normally around this time, Matt Now Ling would be coming up with creative ways to register his fellow students to vote like a dorm storm. People's arms knocked their doors. They got their ministry to vote. Sometimes it kicked out of dorms. But now Ling is a senior at Denison University outside Columbus, Ohio, an interim president of College Democrats of America. Like many students who have returned to campus under restrictions to keep the virus from spreading. Now Ling is finding this year challenging. It's all different events that we would have in person simply can't happen, and I decide a lot doing activism during a pandemic is hard, says Ben Rajauri, executive director of the College Republican National Committee were trained Like, not yours, not keyboards right in an overnight. It's like no, no, no, not keep words quite literally 10, not not doors right now. So on campuses across the country club recruiting fares are happening on Zoom college. Republicans and Democrats are promoting virtual events on Instagram and Facebook. Member's air swapping political means on messaging APS like group me. Claire Grissom is president of college Republicans at the University of Missouri. We have a group chat with people talk all the time, and it's always going and there's people in there. New people added all the time up into the conversation. But she says it's harder online to grab the attention of a student whose mind is on classes in college life, not politics. Someone who might not seek out a group chat but would in a normal year strike up a conversation while walking across the quad. With just two months before the election pressure is on to get the country's 18 million college students registered, they're less likely to vote than older Americans. But researcher Adam gives Monty of Tufts University says students are mobilized often around specific issues. So around Dhaka around the safety of black Americans and around You know the sort of unavoidable attention that the Trump administration has received. Tech companies are also trying to help Snapchat is letting people register to vote inside its APP. Facebook games to register four million voters by November. But the organizer's I spoke to say digital tools can't replace face to face interaction and persuasion in the brief window between now and election Day, Here's Roger Dear a of the college Republicans at first touch of an activist or potential voter. It's arguably the most important contact that that conversation becomes a lot tougher in the digital space right, which means over at Penn State. College Democrats are planning to register voters in person. The group's president, Jacob Clip, Steen says They'll use masks and take other precautions were going to be using gloves were going to be using hand sanitizer. We're going to be using clipboards and we're gonna have ahh, towels to wipe down pens. There are signs registration efforts are working toughs found that in 20 states, more young voters were already registered by this August. Then in November, 2016 But many students are facing uncertainty over where to register and vote because it's unclear whether they'll still be on campus come November. Universities are already dealing with Covad 19 outbreaks, Some are scaling back reopening. Serena Ishwar leads the college Democrats at Ohio State University, the likelihood of them saying, Oh, well, The cases are, too why you guys have to go home like two weeks before the election. It really worries me. That's why she's pushing to get people registered right away and figure out how to change their addresses. If campus shuts down Shannon.

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07:57 min | 1 year ago

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"K Q. E. D. I'm mark a woman from the world. Germany is letting kids go back to school in shifts. Italy eased its locked down but remains vigilant. South Korea got its infection rate down to nearly zero, but they're still wearing masks as communities across the US work out their plans are team is keeping track of how the rest of the planet is moving forward. It's the world join us. The world every weekday afternoon from 2 to 3 o'clock here on public radio. The California report is coming up in about 15 minutes. The time Now it's 5 35. It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Rachel Martin. And I'm No well King. Good morning. Congressional forecasters are predicting something breathtaking. The federal debt right now is almost as big as thie entire U. S economy, and by next year, they predict it will be bigger and it will soon surpass the debt load from World War two. So what is all of this mean? NPR's chief economics correspondent. Scott Horsefly has been looking through the data. Good Morning, Scott. Good morning. Well, had we get in this much debt. The government has been spending trillions of dollars to address both the health care and economic fallout from the pandemic. At the same time, households and businesses have been earning less money, so they're paying less in federal taxes. When the government pays out more and takes him last. The whole of its budget gets bigger, the nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office They're the bean counters here in Washington. They say red ink has more than tripled this year to $3.3 trillion That's about 1/6 of GDP, and that makes this the biggest deficit has been as a share of the economy since 1945 And then next year, the government's stead is expected to be bigger than them the economy, which sounds astonishing. What does it mean exactly if if, if you think the deficit is the amount you charge on your credit card in any given year if you don't pay that off, and instead you keep adding to it, year after year that accumulated balance. Is your debt and next year, the federal government's debt is going to add up to Maura than all the goods and services we produce in the country in a year. Our GDP it's the first time that government debt has outstripped GDP in 75 years, so it is a milestone. As I popping is that might be the only well Even the people who were usually deficit scolds have acknowledged. This is not the time for the government to suddenly get stingy. Rather, they say, you know, we're in a once in a lifetime pandemic. And the government needs to put everything it can into solving that then, once that's done, we can worry about the debt and deficit that all sounds fair. Given how many people are out of work. How many people are going hungry being evicted? I want to go back to the analogy of the credit card and ask you how much room does the government have left on its credit card? There's still room, you know, Even with these huge deficits, the government's borrowing costs are still pretty low. In fact, the CEO says interest payments are expected to keep falling for the next few years. That won't last forever. In the latter half of the coming decade, the aging population and rising healthcare costs. We'll put some pressure on the budget. But right now there are plenty of people willing to lend money to the U. S government for next to nothing in interest. It's also worth noting that well that we were already running a big federal deficit before the pandemic hit. We were almost a trillion dollars in the red last year, when times were good. So little wonder Debts have been piling up during the deepest recession that most of us have ever lived through. We're has all of the money that the government has been spending during the pandemic. Where has all of it been going? Some of it went for those $1200 relief payments that most Americans got during the spring time. Some of it has gone to prop up struggling businesses with the forgivable loans and the PPP somewhat for ventilators and the warp speed vaccine development. And while some of it has gone to pay unemployment benefits, NPR chief economics correspondent Scott Horsley Thank you, Scott for this good to be with you. The start of the new school year is prime time for registering college students to vote. But with much of in person campus life on hold political organizing at universities is going online. NPR's Shannon Bond has more Normally around this time, Matt Now Ling would be coming up with creative ways to register his fellow students to vote like a dorm storm. People's arms, not their doors. They got their administrative. Oh, sometimes it kicked out of dorms. But now Ling is a senior at Denison University outside Columbus, Ohio, an interim president of College Democrats of America. Like many students who have returned to campus under restrictions to keep the virus from spreading. Now Ling is finding this year challenging. There's all different events that would have person since we can't have and I just had a lot doing activism during a pandemic is hard, says Ben Rajauri, executive director of the College Republican National Committee were trained Like, not yours, not keyboards right in an overnight. It's like no, no, no, not keep words quite literally cannot not doors right now. So on campuses across the country club recruiting fares are happening on Zoom college. Republicans and Democrats are promoting virtual events on Instagram and Facebook. Member's air swapping political means on messaging APS like group me. Claire Grissom is president of college Republicans at the University of Missouri. We have a group job where people talk all the time, and it's always going and there's people in there. New people added all the time up into the conversation. But she says it's harder online to grab the attention of a student whose mind is on classes in college life, not politics. Someone who might not seek out a group chat but would in a normal year strike up a conversation while walking across the quad. With just two months before the election pressure is on to get the country's 18 million college students registered, they're less likely to vote than older Americans. But researcher Adam gives Monty of Tufts University says students are mobilized often around specific issues around Dhaka around the safety of black Americans and around You know the sort of unavoidable attention that the Trump administration has received. Tech companies are also trying to help Snapchat is letting people register to vote inside its APP. Facebook games to register four million voters by November. But the organizer's I spoke to say digital tools can't replace face to face interaction and persuasion in the brief window between now and Election Day, here's Roger Dre of the College Republicans at first touch of an activist or potential voter. It's arguably the most important contact that that conversation becomes a lot tougher in the digital space right, which means over at Penn State College Democrats are planning to register voters in person. The group's president, Jacob Clip, Steen says They'll use masks and take other precautions were going to be using gloves were going to be using hand sanitizer. We're going to be using that boards and we're gonna have ahh, towels to wipe down pens. There are signs registration efforts are working toughs found that in 20 states, more young voters were already registered by this August. Then in November, 2016 But many students are facing uncertainty over where to register and vote because it's unclear whether they'll still be on campus come November. Universities are already dealing with coded 19 outbreaks. Some are scaling back reopening. Serena Soir leads the college Democrats at Ohio State University, the likelihood of them saying, Oh, well. The cases are, too why you guys have to go home like two weeks before the election. It really worries me. That's why she's pushing to get people registered right away and figure out how to change their addresses if campus shuts down. Shannon Bond, NPR news.

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12:35 min | 1 year ago

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"I didn't get a chance to about your trip overseas to Iraq with the military because I was really fascinated by that story. What was the genesis of that trip? And what was the experience like view that drip actually? I made three trips to Iraq during a heated war Shortly after the main conflict and The three trips were changed my life forever the appreciation for the military guys on what they're doing over there and my pride for the US and then you know really try to help other people. The genesis of the trip was a friend of mine. The helicopter pilot over there Who has a little? Persian daughter was on patrol in in Baghdad. Draw family that had a dwarfism on three of the kids. I think it was a family of five. Three kids at all had very severe dwarfism so he called me from Baghdad from it basically said Hey. Can you come over? And and I'm like on the phone and you're calling from Iraq. You know bombs going on in the background. I'm like and you want me to come over. You know what he wanted me to His we gotta get these kids medical treatment showing that started a long process probably took six months to get orders from the State Department for me to be able to go over and I made my first trip over. Snuck around in Humvees and rats guys with machine guns everywhere and they stuck me to this families How we had contractor pulled out little portable x ray equipment doctor x rays and then once. I got the xrays live. Bring those back to the states and lineup doctors here so I got some doctors from the bay area. California back East and Wisconsin put the team of an anesthesiologist and so doctors that were willing to go over they. You know. The government's didn't want the kids to come to the states for their very complicated surgeries and instead they wanNA does to go over and train the Iraqi doctors so I got the doctors up in. May brought him over there and got the Iraqi doctors together and perform these operations and literally all these kids that have been hit by bombs and they're burnt and had various things You Know Barnes have been amputated but not correctly are doctors. Were able to do surgery for a couple of days on a whole bunch of kids. Not just the little people but a whole a whole bunch of kids in the little village that we're in and then them fascinating on my third trip over. I was able to pull the kids back silo able to get their papers. They need really complicated operations. That could only really done here in the states on the third trip to bring them back to the states and get them the medical treatments that they really needed so three very interesting. That's the short version of it But it was a harrowing scary clip and gave me immense immense rich back for Take all military over there. Bang Bang shoot 'em up now. They're over there really focused on training doctors and getting people You know the stand on their own two feet and have technology so that that that push for educational component and for building their communities with really impressive. Jamais wasn't about blowing up. It was really the missions that they pushed me of how we're really about Getting the community in that country to support themselves to take care of their own people. And that's what impressed me the most. Yeah that's incredible Matt. Yeah I have nothing but respect for our military. Bring a lot of veteran veteran. Dads come on the show here and it so That's awesome that you're able to go over there and make a difference and another thing that I've seen that you had done online you reach out. I know there was a story about the boy from Australia. That was being bullied. And I know you had reached out to him somewhere online. I seen it. You offer them out to the farm and stuff like that. Did you ever end up connecting with the kid I can? I can exit with his mother. She was very very excited because of course they watch the little people show little people big world show over there And so we've had exchanged several messages and I'm really just making sure that she has support That they know that they're welcome to come to the farm. I think at some point here. They're going to be coming over the United States. Go to Disneyland. WanNa make sure that they swing by and give the boy you know a real firsthand view of what little people can do and put your heart and mind to it Adult this farm here until I wanted to know. I've been through some of the exact same emotional feelings that he went through or he's going through that nine years old. I remember those feeling very precisely and You know I just want to encourage them so we haven't touched I hope we get to meet in person. I hope I can continue to encourage them along way. Because that would pretty heartbreaking to see him and you know some people think threw shade at a are some. You know at the mom for you. Know putting out that emotional Video but I really supporter. I think she's doing writing she without wit's end she's got your young nine year old boy who threatened suicide. She didn't know what else she could do. I don't think she knew that the video goes viral is dead but good for her to get that out there and be kind of kicking screaming and doing everything you can to advocate. She's had a long history of advocating for her son so I'm not only encouraging him but I really want to encourage her as well and don't going allow any mama shaming about The two sides of the truth. She's she's a tiger exciting for her son. And I appreciate that and I think He's going to do just fine. Even though there's so many different pitfalls of social media and the Internet age that we live in here I mean some of the good things are that people like you can connect with somebody like him just through something like that so There are some positive sides to it. Let let me rain this back into you as a dad here Matt Now. I have four kids. My youngest is my only girl. She's five years old now. I'm already dreading when she's going to be hit. That dating seeing your daughters all grown up. You've been there done that. What was it like for you when your daughter first started hitting that dating scene. How'd you handle that scary? You know my my daughter was an amazing. She's still edgy. That amazing individuals who straight out A student she was always focused on her studies Show we like to say that Molly was kind of the parent in the room. Most of Her life in when she was the youngest ever You know two or three years all just always the one that really had Iraq together so when she got to the dating world and went off to college in the star dates. You start dating a little bit later. but found the man she loved and Got Married and some got married and now she looks and works up. We're just waiting for grandkids. You know from her. Jaw Up there in They're up in the Spokane Area Washington. But Molly didn't require much worry. Let me tell you that. Because she was so solid and Any grant has a song called straight ahead and that was what the Wedding John. You know I played for Molly. Her Wedding Tamale with just always really straight ahead. So I'd like to take credit for how wonderful of persons that she came out but unfortunately I can't take credit. I think she just a you know. I guess genetically speaking maybe but Xu just an amazing person Right off the bat like as a whole my kids and so Maybe there's a little Maybe there's a little credit in. There's on more but I think my kids grew up on this farm and they were exposed to them you know. Both Ambien is exposed as many opportunities at fossil and they all turned out to be amazing. Kids Yeah Awesome Matt and you know I did see on instagram. There you guys had a family trip to Disney. What was that experience like for you to go there with all the kids at Disneyland is not for the fate of heart reality. Tv You know pretty hectic. We brought lots of lot You know Distant factor and stuff and kidd were a little young but Tori my daughter-in-law just Disney fanatic and so They were GONNA go regardless and took care. I said that will help. And so I had GRANDPA duty while everybody else went on the ride watching the little one. We had a two month old at the time but everybody came through it and had a great time. Jackson got to meet his hero. Buzz light year and It was just really a wonderful wonderful experience at a week away. down Disney. How you can help it have fun at Disneyland Ride. The the New Star Wars ride. It was a really really good experience and I was glad Tori pushed into with Donald. Mann wanted to take the to your role than in the two months ago. We kinda raised our eyebrows. A little bit shoot joy. Motherly that sometimes better than GRANDPA's instinct. So we went with. The ball had a great time. The kids had a great time. We've got pictures to prove it. Yeah I did enjoy seeing some of the pictures. You threw up there on instagram. What's next for you here? Madam and I know you said You you contract it for you know you have this season another season. Have you considered like you have any of goals for life beyond the show? Well I have a house in Arizona. I really really enjoy of this kind of balance. I'm creating in my life with Karen and I go down Arizona where you hang out with. Enjoy the sunshine down there but up here in Oregon on I. Am You know we're going to be doing a pumpkin seeds and again? That's you actually out the first officially not we're getting ready to announce that you know people always assume that we're GONNA do pumpkin season over and over again every year but we every year we have to a family really stand back and evaluate it and look at it and the cost and effort and kind of we meet as a family on my kids in the and amy we get together and we cut it up and down vote on and we just we just recently did a meeting where we're going to go ahead with the two thousand twenty pumpkin season so I will be here in Oregon a lot Getting Ready for that with my team of people here at the farm but my probably my most fun new products. I'm building a house so I'm in the design stages on WanNa break ground on it hopefully this year on a house. That's accessible for me Everybody probably wonder why in standing in Amy's House that you could moving And I want to build a different house to build a little bit. Smaller lead that for one of the kids. Hopefully we'll take it over once aiming finding Talk about moving out for a while. But she still has her things over there and social issues out. We're GONNA stand back and kind of evaluate what to do with that out. Meanwhile I'm going to start building a new house here on another part of the farm. That's kind of on the other side of the of the property from excited about that. Wow yeah very cool. Always busy dramatic lasting. I WANNA hit. You would hear. I usually ask all the guests that. Come on the PODCAST. This is your second go around. So we'll see what you got I this time. What type of advice do you have for the new dad or for that about to be fathered? It's out there listening. I knew you were going to ask that and I tell you this is the part of the podcast that I always go to on your other. Podcast all your other guests. I always go to the park. Where's the advice where I always say? I don't really have any of like but here's a great great premise. For Your podcast. I really really enjoy that so I thank you again for joining. It's to listen if the become a good listener listening to your kids to be present you know. I feel like when I was a father. I I Miss Them. Really important moments because busy you know providing for the family and you know Keeping the household of float and doing the maintenance and thing but now I really with the grandkids really getting a second chance to be a better listener to sit down and play games. That have special moments. You know and The little ranch there and swim lessons. I WANNA be there watching the swim lesson sharing that experience. So I think you're being really present and also the back of a phone. You know snapchat Patriot. But don't have your kids grow up with the backside of phone you don't enjoy your present. You're not enjoying the moment to snap a few pictures. I like to do that. Drew for instagram social media. But then put your phone down really put it down when you're together last night with my kids never brought the phones out. Nope take And I left that. You know dinner thinking that's good. We've really got to engage and you don't have a memory of the moment in in your camera but you have a better memory in your heart in your in your mind so Put your phones. Listen BE ENGAGED. Be Present and put your phone down. That's my advice very well said Matt. I love the advice. It's an honor to have you back on the show your first class father all the way. Thank you so much few minutes your time on First-class Fatherhood thank you. Keep doing what you're doing. I really love your podcast right in as promise for those of you who stuck around to the end here. I am once again. Joined by Roelof get an update on how he and Karen in. The family are weathering the storm of the corona virus which has swept the.

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"matt now" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"matt now" Discussed on KGO 810

"Know Matt now it's got a couple of files he's got to stay on the floor and yet you hate to you know file somebody else's guy top of the line good on the first seventy four percent of the season at fifteen against Stanford last six ballgames sampling over six assists per game well I mean he's the primary ball handler he was the guy last year was the primary ball handler he's got great size at that position at six foot five is a good defender as well of course his brothers Stevie was a terrific scorer anyway great want to comment nation now with those two guys this is the second twenty four sixteen south ball on the left wing for the bears bounce pass down Andre Kelly on the left bloc bumping the Kahler Kelly go right over the top of them short Hey Kayla Kelly gets a rebound Thompson on the left side guarded by Austin children were left wing pass over the hunt hello working down there Kelly got the ball it's Andre Kelly gonna put it on the deck in the bank let last name any day of the week and twice on on Sunday that I was kind of a wild flyer with a left in the tank then twenty six sixteen for twenty two to go for staff Austin do Andre Kelly Kelly back to Austin that's fast twenties which grant her face up and now tops down takes the ball away from a piece of it head up looking ahead direct little traffic in the Paris pokes it away any government out of bounds I believe white bass sell off Austin and it goes to Oregon state I was a good effort there my parents he fleeced Thompson and then that just couldn't quite corral it before when out of bounds the question is was there a change of possession I don't believe there was one ours to the scorer's table for the bears I was gonna make sure who knows knows he's coming in for here tonight we had a problem with that down the road and he's rich engine one hour since it's Clarissa Bradley Austin south and Kelly played defense for cal Sean Miller Moore at the top Oregon.

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"matt now" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"matt now" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Way puts I don't like Matt now you well it's telling us how we perceive yeah but he's doing alright alright Facebook comments not one person to jump to conclusions of the perception they might say act I if you think jump to conclusions was one of the bird that will be next time to really every everybody's not now and I better I don't know does what you say more as they used to be the more you speak the less religious I want to be your whole life so don't you're proving there is twenty years before he bit me you're not religious you are not doing a good job and I thought you're going you're not going to do to get good jobs your new church go to Joe so you have been a long time but still show seeded church one it was a different location same research found that her she goes to my church a long time well I can tell one a lot has been a line because Jerry religion for me I'm so really now no okay what else yeah what it is you're always has to be right I forgot you're right conclusion the Katie fall back and said yes you do they look at me what my opinion land for a second I look at Mack Matt said yeah I'm gonna remember them write this down I have learned of this conversation is that based on what does and does not do is a lot like you have a lot of stock imagine yeah I'm I'm like going to church because the chair right you're not you're not into religion because the generators we make us we look in stride to get process everything and the more I process how Jerry lives his life okay I want to go the opposite direction people that larger and more soda that's why you're going to the movies that I watch more movies yeah our lives are completely different they're coming becoming very similar for why you don't want you to show up to the same voting places may save everything yeah I don't by the way this one to put that out there good for me yeah no offense.

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"matt now" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"matt now" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I'm Marc docked in from U. I. B. C. sports thank you mark do you work in center calling wasn't a forecast chance of showers this afternoon eighty eight degrees go forty percent so you will keep number handy to going downtown offered nice written festal fireworks display chance of rain to Morrow high of seventy four and scattered showers on Saturday and a high of eighty a high of ninety right now it is seventy degrees here ninety three W. RBC as we celebrate the fourth of July welcome back to jul in for Tony camp this morning here on ninety three double obviously continue my conversation with university of southern the and a political science professor Matt Hey got talking about the state of our politics on this fourth of July and so my question for Matt now was how do things look sort of outside at the four sixty five bubble like that's always good to get some perspective off outside of Indianapolis and the donut counties pick when it comes to how good miracle come is doing on the job and the fact that Matt is down and so then the internet was of that.

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"matt now" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"matt now" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"He is also rub stop mass hysteria. Michael savage. I was reading about shame and guilt in America. There is an awareness. Shame and guilt on when did it. Start know. Shame is a very important part of I really have to go into this. Because I if I go back to my years as an anthropologist at I was for a while and anthropologist, I earned the master's degree and after policy along the way. And I remember reading a very important article from the Philippines. I can remember it to this that carry the monograph around with me for years, and it was called medicine disease and social control in a village in NEW GUINEA medicine disease in social control. And so apparently the witch doctors or the medicine doctors in this village. It was either in the Philippines amongst the indigenous or amongst the NEW GUINEA highlanders. They used the threat and fear of the Z's as social control the very same way that the medical profession uses fear of disease in this country to keep you hooked on the ads and the drugs that you're on many of you don't need all those drugs day and night. I want my manager that went on occasion. I went my medication. I went romantic gain. I want my medication. I need my government medication medication disease and social control and a perimeter society not much different in this society. But getting back to the bigger picture of the season social control, I'd like to talk about social control in our society. What are the social controls? Now, if you go all the way back to biblical days. It was shame and guilt. You look at the bible. You'll read the Old Testament. Is it not built entirely on? Shame and guilt answer the question. It's about the most negative book ever written in the history of humankind. It's all thou shalt not. And for good reason. Because prior to the advent of the Old Testament man was a wild. Beast human sacrifice. Do I have to talk about the sexual proclivities of man would not constrained or you gotta do is look at Hollywood or West Palm Beach. And you'll see what I'm talking about. So in other words, along comes the concept of God or God himself and long comes Abraham with the ten commandments. And what told you can't do that can't lay down with the sheep? Sorry that's over with. But what about my cousin Matt now, you can't no more causing? Sorry. That's no good. Can't do that. Either can can men men. No women women starter that should that. Shame and guilt and social control now. This went on for couple of thousand years when did shame and guilt and in America. Now, you take a look at the social media with the sickest people in the world, mainly the girls with the bodies, the bodies every minute of showing themselves posing in a bikini showing this showing that selling makeup here. I am here. I am in Miami splashing around in the water like they're happy. You're supposed to believe they're all happy because they're splashing in Miami Beach or they're happy because they're stoned on a yacht somewhere off the coast of wherever they are. They're not happy. That's why they're rehab every other day. That's why they're so ugly that they're on Instagram every second with their body. So whatever happened to shame and guilt where did it go who ended? Shame and guilt in America. You know of all topics I throughout their does runaway federal spending bother you should US military intervened in Venezuela should Republic release meal. A full report who destroyed shame and guilt in America. Take a guess, which topic has caught on the smelt of shame. I throughout all sorts of bait and the smell that I threw out called shame is the one that caught fire. It's interesting to me that my audience is still fundamentally religious and Christian. That's the p one of talk radio. I don't know if you know that people won't even admit it they're ashamed to admit. I'm not ashamed to embrace. It religious. Christians are still the number one audience and talk radio talk radio. Which is of course, why the format is a sliding because the people who run radio don't like religious people, and they don't like Christians. Basically, that's what I've discovered there fundamentally liberal a liberal anti-christians is what I've seen. I know. I shouldn't say it. But hey, what the heck I'm that kind of guy. So I threw out all sorts of. Eight and the smelt of shame is what the whales the whale of callers are eating you'll like the krill. Shame as the krill what happened to shame and guilt. What's wrong with it? I mean, you remember when you were raised I'm an older guy. So how was I raised? I was raised in the old way. Shame guilt fear anxiety punishment. That's the way I was raised that worked out for me. What my life go off the rails. I'm a successful, man. I have a family. Tell me why it didn't work for me. It has worked for me. It doesn't matter whether are miserable or happy. What is human happiness have to deal with it? There's the rub this is the whole trick of the psychological profession. This psycological professionals taught you that human happiness is available to you one hundred percent of the time. If only you issue shame and guilt. And if no matter what you do you are not ashamed of it. You will then be happy, which is a complete lie man can never be one hundred percent. Happy says, father savage, in fact, giving you my preacher might preach. Your friends something for Sunday's sermon. Man cannot be one hundred percent happy. It does not exist on the planet. And so the greatest corners to tell me one if only they throw away shame and guilt. And if it feels good do it in the road started with the sixties why not do it in the road do after get Vogler. I don't think after get vulgar. You know what I'm talking about? Even feels good. Do it don't be ashamed. So after you do these things you feel guilty and shameful. And what happens you go to a shrink hotels? You don't be guilty. Don't be ashamed. It's perfectly fine to do. What you just did throw away that Victorian guilt. Throw away all of the guilt of your ancestors. Your ancestors were garbage. They would nothing. So when you say. See pictures of your great grandfather, and your great grandmother, then nothing they may have been religious. But they were fools day. Didn't drive around Beverly Hills with hair plugs with a case full of Viagra looking for a fourteen year old. No, no, they didn't know what they were doing back in the old days. They may have been religious. They may have believed in God, they may have been pious. They were just people whether they were Jewish or Christian throw it all out there nothing, but the past the future is where you want to be you want to be in Beverly Hills on a Saturday night at age seventy or sixty with hair plugs in a trunk full of Viagra looking for your latest conquest. That's that's the man that's man's ultimate status symbol to arrive at that point in life. So I'm arguing for shame and guilt. And I really asked an interesting question to me where where shame go. What happened the shame? When did shame. And who ended it in America because I think that shame and guilt needs to make a comeback for America to. Get back where it has to be. You're talking about make America great again. That's a great phrase. But whenever we don't seem to remember that we have to impose some morality on that question when you say make America great again. What does that actually mean what more money more income, a strong, military shirl, and that's important? But what about the spiritual side when will America be great against spiritually? When will America be great again? Marley. Now. I don't want to sit up here and get preacher than thou and holier than thou. But you know, I'm right. You know in your heart of hearts that happen to be right? Does it make me better than you know, does that make me not a fallen angel? Absolutely. Not. And my as screwed up as the next man at the end of the day. I certainly am am I as fearful of the unknown as the next man. Meaning the next world. I would think so do I not know what awaits me at the end of the road. Just like the next man. I believe so do I fear. The fact that there is no God. Sometimes it's just a black hole. And there's nothing. Yes. Do I fear on the other hand that there is a garden judgment day? Yes. Do I really? No, no. Does anyone really know? No. Now, you're gonna argue that America's a better place because people feel no guilt or shame. No matter what they may. Do. I would argue to the contrary and my proof is the use of drugs both legal and illegal to kill the conscience. You know, the old saying in the bible is still small voice. Well, it never goes away. No matter what you do to it. You can't drink it away. You can't drug it away. You can't run it away. You can't think it away. God built us with the still small voice. Do you get that? And I think the only thing that could save America is more shame and guilt in our in our children's upbringing. I know it's it's the chew the liberal education protocols of today. But let's go down to that level for one moment. Glitz look at sports, even sports require shame. And. Guilt to bring out the best in a an athlete. You look at the military the military would fall apart. If it were not for shame and guilt. I want you to think about that very carefully. What is more fundamental to producing a hard soldier, then embarrassing that soldier in front of his peers nothing? In other words, if he can't keep up with the others the drill sergeant tell him call him every name under the sun to motivate them to go on. There's only there's only so much power of positive thinking that can work and after a certain point you have to revert the shame and guilt to motivate persons. Like whipping a a Mueller doesn't wanna walk up the mountain anymore. You gotta squeeze that. Last few steps out of that mule as the same within ourselves. What drives you on every day? What motivates you just money or a sense of shame and guilt or I remember reading, oh, I don't know thirty years ago. Maybe more that some Japanese exchange students were killing themselves in great numbers here in America. Because they came here, and they weren't getting straight as they were failing their ancestors, they were failing their family name, and they were killing themselves. Now, that's an extreme that was a society that built that was built entirely upon self respect, which leads us from guilt and shame to self respect. How can you have self respect unless you know, that there are God rails to protect you and keep it from going into certain areas that diminish you as a human being the understand where I'm coming from. Or is this to to off the beaten topic is this too obtuse? I see that we have a runaway federal spending situation does runaway federal spending bother you. I mean, if this was under Obama, we'd be hearing nothing but out of control out of control spending grandchildren can't handle this Dan, remember that when Obama had a death that was smaller than that under Mr. Trump. I know I'm not supposed to say it. I get it. I've just got off the reservation again, I realized that that's the end of the ice cream parade. You're not allowed to say one word of criticism according to the cartel, but does runaway federal spending bar, the should the US military intervene in Venezuela. You know, the Russkies are there and the US is threatened them the mustache want the walrus wants a war with Russia. He's been itching for one sincerity didn't get one it diminishes his powers. National security advisor did not have a hot war somewhere on earth. And you know, it's like a fireman. If there are no fires. You don't need firemen. So once in a while pyromaniac set fires. And it's the same thing with war. What do you need the national security advisor for if you have no wars? So therefore he wants war with Russia in Venezuela. What about you want wanna go over there? I know that many in the radio business, especially the Reaganite swan war, the oxygen tanks and the wheelchair brigades all.

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"matt now" Discussed on Embedded

Embedded

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"matt now" Discussed on Embedded

"So I find is often the case that people will totally agree that we, you know, it's it's super important to find out all the potential pitfalls. You know early in a project, but then, you know, our waiters say, no, we don't have time to figure this stuff out. We just have to get going. You know, and it's just it's just amazing thing to watch. And you know, you can you know, you can remind them that you know, you can't make a baby and one month. If you have nine women, you know, you can remind him of various things that they know to be true. But sometimes you know, they will. Just moving to certain direction. And I don't know how to to change that. I think it tends to be an organisational thing. There are some organizations that, you know, believe in mind over matter, and they usually do not do very well. But I find that the good the really good companies. You know, so for example, where Matt now Massachusetts General Hospital as people I've worked for people are very aware that you know, reality is reality. And you know, you got to accept it. And do the best you can with it and Nome out of magical thinking is gonna gonna you know, big things work out better. But I've been at places where they say, oh, well, we'll just try what is hard literally give the old college. Try. I've been told. Feel like Cassandra doomed to tell prophecies no one believes. Yes. In fact, I often tell people that I'm thinking of changing my name to Cassandra. So. So that's yeah. That's my lot in life. But and you know, it's not because I'm particularly Bryant or anything just I seen enough of this to to know when projects fail they tend to fail in certain predictable ways. That's actually where my first chapter came from. I think it's called the eleven deadly debt. We sends. Yeah. Right. It's it's basically the things that tend to crop up all the time when projects fell when practical fail, and you know, you just you can look at a project and they're doing they're not doing some of those things or they're committing some of those sins. And you just know there's gonna be properly can ready to step back and watch. Yeah. Yeah. I liked that chapter. Was it one of your favorites? Yeah. It was my favorite. I mean, you have you talked about the vice of laziness about putting off serious testing, the vice of a sump Shen, knowing what people want I just it was it was so funny to have them be called vices because that's what they are. And it's laziness or or. Divisive clueless nece and the deadly seven the deadly sin. There is number seven not addressing regulations. Right. Oh, please honk your horn. If you've been there. It all the time. Yeah. It's it happens. Although I I have to I can't take credit for couching those as deadly sins. Vices originally trapped was originally titled eleven ways to screw up a project, and my editor at Reilly actually to editors they're sort of put their heads together to figure out what would be a better way to to describe that. So we can thank them for that that cleverness it's it's a good framing, and it like the way that you have vices and you have sins sins related to the vices, but they aren't one for one right divisive hubris, which is deadly sin number ten not planning to fail. I'm so amazed at how much information you can get in a meeting where you say, okay. Let's pretend it's six months after the ship date, and we have. Failed failed in every way, we can possibly fail. How do you think we did fail and going through and realizing that people people know what's going wrong? But you didn't ask the question. Right. And that question leads to people say, oh, we we didn't do a marketing early enough or it's uncomfortable or people are allergic or ensure you get a bunch of stuff. You don't need..

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"matt now" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"matt now" Discussed on Altered Geek

"And in i i never built that stuff i built the ships i did do that too and finish should mention that i used to take permanent marker which was really stupid back then to draw the lights like the different color i would draw the detail on the ships that i would build on lincoln's it'll go for the like the little dots or the little you know the little specifically window facts or things like that because every now and again when i'm building with my boys i'll see a random lego piece that i colored as a kid because i had this giant boat almost almost two foot tall transformer that built at a lagos which shattered a few years ago for parts for them but it used to transform into a jet that was like my last transformer robot i built a legos which is fully detailed but it was like bigger than fortress maximus but i used to build all the transformers at a lagos and they would not look as accurate as i would like but you could kinda tell who they were based on color palette but that was some of the things i used to do now my thing is i want the star trek uniform and i'm debating whether do i make it do i buy it and so that's that's kind of the ronin matt now yeah i don't know i know i was wondering if you were going to you know if you were researching it to make it or if you're researching it to buy it.

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"matt now" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"matt now" Discussed on UFC Unfiltered with Jim Norton and Matt Serra

"Kansas city yar man henry so i liked it though and it's also about believing in believing and other people though as geno the believe in of wanting to believe an adult all give up on now it's almost like one hand lewis when when when hand toll chewbacca aaa take care of her what did you can't get abortion other and a star was worry you can walk in problem if you really started out as you're in a reformed realize your at a star was moving a cries fats are acceptable father julian like julian julian marquez hello jean what's up buddy well matt now matenaer distributes jim nor the mets are here now of john williams new star wars go but matt cerrado talking about it yeah matt sarah towers last man to beat george st pierre is getting emotional thinking about fucking hand solo being frozen not on ready to quit the podcast julian are you a stall was fan in all and not at all what a hundred preferred yeah yes yes i like the first couple unlike the roads did you see the less the list shut out yet though i have you got to see uh 'cause they came out it came out during the time i was a way to get ready for my fight i really wanted to but whenever take everything closes at like 700 so right after after a way as i could and you can go seek to there no movies theaters showing it so i would i got here els like all right wall likes to go see it in the movies but everybody is already seen it so i got a weight so i go home to actually see it in the theater but i think the fires six fine with me well listen congrats on your flight by the welmes entertaining.

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