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"matthew harrison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:06 min | 7 months ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"A great time to check in with Michael's Jesus. He's a chief US Power Public policy, a municipal strategist for Morgan Stanley. Michael. Thanks so much for joining us here, So all right, We've got the presidential election. And with the exception of Georgia, the Senate and Congress kind of all mapped out here. What did you take away from this latest election cycle. Yeah, I think the frames it Ray. There's a couple of loose ends here with regard to control and that's where Georgia comes in. But if you take a step back, you know we went into election day of any considering very wide variety of possible. Policy outcomes because he had to conserve very wide variety of election outcomes, including a much ah, much more substantial Senate control outcome for the Democrats. A swell is obviously a potential weave in the other direction for the Republicans. But now what you're looking at is basically they're going to get 50 seats in the Senate for the Democrats, or they're going to fall short. Ah, and most of the policy concerns that a lot of investors told us in our survey were AH, animating their behavior will become, you know, let's variables and more fix things like Tech regulation. The potential for taxes to go up think there's still some potential for some tax increases in a 50 50 scenario, but far less versus what a lot of investors were expressing concern on so it's not that we don't need to pay attention to this January 5th run off we There's probably actually big difference for The path for covert relief stimulus. But love the kind of medium term policy concerns that investors had the possibilities have been narrowed down substantially in politics in general, is becoming That big little more like a constant in the variable lease in the very short term. What does it mean for your projection for economic stimulus? So here I think is the right way to frame it. If the Democrats were to take control of the Senate, even with that very slim 50 50 majority that they've had for a long time. The motive to spend a lot on covert released stimulus. Those evidence by the hero's acting above $3 trillion. If they got 50 seats in the Senate, they'd obviously have the opportunity to execute on that. So I think the way you frame that is the half to stimulus would be Really wide and not filled with too much drama, and you would probably get a pretty big package in a divided government outcome right where the Republicans keep the Senate It's not that you could never get stimulus but that it would probably be smaller and the path to get there. With us. Certain Republicans haven't necessarily sentence Senate changed their view about the idea that they're still concerned about spending driven deficits and Are not convinced that the economy needs more stimulus. And so it might be that you need a demonstration from weaker economic data are we could march weaker market data to move them off that position, so the differences A Democratic Democrats. Getting 50 seats gives you a kind of proactive and easy stimulus. Republicans keeping the Senate really bumpy kind of winding path to ultimately, a smaller stimulus. So, Michael, we're starting to see the covert case is really go the wrong way here. How does that impact kind of your outlook For what kind of public policy we may see out of a bind administration in terms of maybe You know, locking down the country for some period of time in any potential economic fallout. Yeah. I mean, what's interesting here is that the buying team doesn't take power until January 20th. And there's a lot that happens between now and January. 20th. And obviously, the news breaking this morning about vaccines sort of put that completely on display. And so what? You know what our biotech team led by Matthew Harrison. Believe is that once you get to January 20th, you will have effectively banked a lot of positive information of vaccination. That is sort of the modeling of the virus. Trajectory would suggest that you could be in kind of a more of a plateau territory at that point, So by the time the Biden team kind of comes to Take executive authority that the question of whether or not they would try and pursue a kind of Mohr sort of return to March April style. Lock down could be kind of a moot one. Because you have all this positive new information behind you. And at the same time if you are getting a pretty negative trajectory on Cove it and you've had some weaker economic data coincident with that. It's far less likely that you would sort of faces difficult scenario of the Biden team considering returning to March April style restrictions at the same time, they didn't have a Relief package or a stimulus package would be very difficult for those two negative things to coexist at the same time, so You know, it's a long story short. It's we should be asking these questions. But there doesn't seem to be a lot of paths to that kind of very negative policy outcome where we end up in. Both heavily restricted economy and one without stimulus. Michael We're almost out of time. But the tenure yield is at 95 basis points Now we're very close to that 1%. Mark do we get above it and what sends us there? Yeah. I mean, I know certainly, view of our interest rates team is that you should still be a short on duration here and expect a higher bias and yields going forward. Ah, and at this point because we haven't are sort of kept open the pathway to a bigger stimulus packages we talked about the Democrats get those 50 seats. It's meaningful. The difference between an easy path to a couple of trillion dollars of stimulus of bumpy paths or something smaller. It suggests that you have to price in some degree of probability weigh the basis of A lot more Treasury supply, So I.

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:42 min | 9 months ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Paul Sweetie, you know the good folks on Wall Street. The annals. These health care annals are doing some yeoman's work here is they try to track The growth of this pandemic, the spread of this pandemic the trends of this pandemic and then also therapeutics and ultimately vaccine providing some real value added to the discussion here. Matthew Harrison Morgan Stanley, head of biotechnology research. Joins us this morning, Matthew. Thanks so much for joining us here. As you step back and you talk to your companies that you cover in a biotech space. What's the big issue right now? Is it the spread of the virus, or is it more of timing associated with therapeutics and vaccines? I think the major focuses on the timing for therapeutic, especially the antibody treatments as well as vaccines. For many of the companies in terms of volumes or prescriptions to patients right. They saw sort of nature of that in the second quarter and have continued to talk about increases in volume than almost back to pre cove it levels. In the last few months. So, Matt, I guess the question for a lot of our listeners and certainly a lot of investors is. How is this gonna play out in terms of vaccines? Do you expect it to be one blockbuster thing that just hits the market and really saved the day? Or is it going to be some progression of Okay, We've got this vaccine. It works for certain people. Maybe if you combine it with something else that will help. What we need to get a rate and iterating iterating. How do you think this is gonna play out? I think we're gonna have pretty definitive results from one of the first three vaccines to read out Andi think it'll be pretty clear whether that work now there could be differences and how well those vaccines work. In the elderly versus younger patients, and there could be differences in how efficacious those vaccines are. But I think you'll have a pretty clear results on I wouldn't expect There need to be combinations or other things like that. I mean, what's so important? Matthew is the science of it buttressed up against the timeline. We're hearing from science experts that the new vaccine process is better. And the old vaccine process. Is that true that you can really embed improved timelines in vaccine development? It is. It is definitely faster from concept to something you contest in humans compared to the old process. Obviously, a lot of these technologies have never been brought through Phase three studies before. And so the difference ultimately, in terms of their efficacy. I think it's still to be seen, but but we'll know within a month or two probably. So I guess that kind of takes you to another question That's on. I think everybody's mind, which is a sense of timing here. There's so many different narratives out there and I know you speak to You know some of the smartest people in the industry with your research at Morgan Stanley talkto the biotech companies, the leading scientists. What's your best guess as to how the timing of all this will roll out. Yes. So are our expectation is that sometime in November, we're going to get definitive results from at least a few of the leading vaccines. Um That that sort of fit well with our expectation around the requirements that the regulatory agencies were goingto ask Forest. Well, it sounds like the FDA wants at least two months of median safety follow up before they might accept something for an emergency to use. Authorization, which puts that timelines sort of in the second half of November. So our base Casey was data sometime in November. Admission, probably sometime in late November. And then a proven seen successful sometime towards the end of the year, but only for splendid groups that Matthew Harrison with Morgan Stanley, just thrilled to have him with us this morning that I want to go to your physics, Yale University in the physics of the debate the other night. Which is a few line up a simple linear equation. Of how we do better at this horrific pandemic, and it's why equals a exposed B Y plus easy, and there's this thing on the back end where the masks fit in. Are they? The heavily the heaviest waited factor. And doing better or they down, you know the equation or they out there with the Absalon in the back end where it's really noise. How do you fit masks into the equation? I think they're they're pretty much in the middle, right? I think there are two factors with math. One. They clearly help stop the spread of particles from people that are infected, but two I think they point to a change in behavior for people, right. It makes you More focused on your actions and how close you are other people in some of those factors, and so I think that is also an important pieces. Piece of sort of that change in in perception around how people act important, I was thunderstruck, Matthew. In the debate. How many people I ran into that didn't know the case. Western Reserve existed. You have parchment. From case Western Reserve. Tell us about this. This I grew up with the institution, folks. So to me, it's like fabulous. This is fabulous Heritage of Cleveland, Ohio. What was it like a case Western reserve. I mean, it's wicked engineering and technology fundamentally, isn't it? You know it was. It was a great school to be in for my for my graduate studies and, you know, learned a lot and especially, I think it's an interesting town also because of the Cleveland Clinic and And the hospital system there that I started to learn a lot about health care when I was there as well. Okay, we'll leave it that Matthew Harrison too short a visit. Thank you so much Love talking to you. He is with Morgan Stanley. Just hugely rated folks And you know the buy old cell of biotech and all that boat. In a pandemic. Paul, You know you just sort of a void that I mean, it's just a game over questions. I tell you, these biotech analysts like Matthew there, they're so learned, and they're so steeped in the medical and in the science of it all, and that's really where they add value. That's much, too by hold sells. It helped me understand these drugs, these therapeutics and how the process plays out. Unlike us with our news in New York City, here's Michael Bar John Bull, Thank you very much. President Donald Trump signed a bill early this morning to fund the government through December. 11th. Averts the possibility of a government shutdown as the new fiscal year starts today. The temporary extension will set the stage for a lame duck session of Congress later this year, where the agenda will be largely determined by the outcome of the presidential election..

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:39 min | 11 months ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"And so there are a handful of companies. That are working on on those treatments, and we would expect sometime in August to figure out if they work or not. Math. Harris has been wonderful. Greatly appreciate the time we look forward to seeing you again soon. Mr. Harrison is with Morgan Stanley here on biotech and on the vaccine poet. I just think it's thunder is to me. Given the nonstop undock ris E of this to speak to people. Or just shockingly deeply. Ingrained in virology and Michael Biology and I was, you know, you know, I just was taking a look at Matthew Harrison's report from Morgan Stanley on DH again pretty aggressive timeline there on bits. He's not alone. There's some others out there who think that All the work that's being done will have some fruits maybe later this year and then in scale the first half of next year, and that certainly would be good news in a belief in the market and again. You see it again on this Monday at we're up 23 points on SPX is well. Tao up 100 86 points with the news in New York City is Michael Bar Town, Paul Thank you very much. At least 33 states are seeing higher rate of new cases of current virus compared to the previous week. Democratic Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms responded to Republican Governor Georgia Brian Kemp being opposed to the masked man date she issued for her city only he could speak to his motors. But I think that it's unfortunate that wouldn't we know that there's science says that wearing a mask is one of the easiest ways to stop the spread that we have the leader of our state, taking exception with it. Florida reported more than 15,000 new covert 19 cases the highest number of new cases in a single day by any state since the groaner virus pandemic began. Republican Miami Mayor Francis Suarez explain the possibility of implementing stay at home orders again for his city. We definitely saw a significant flattening of the curve on we implemented a stay at home order in March, April And you know if we get to a point where we don't feel that we can care for the people that are getting sick, That's something that we're gonna have to strongly look at. The Washington Redskins say they will be retiring the Redskins name and logo upon completion of a review. According to a statement this morning. The NFL team is now working to develop a new name and design approach. Actress Kelly Preston has died. Her husband, John Travolta Stance. Crested lost your two year battle with breast cancer. Kelly Preston was 57..

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:19 min | 1 year ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Yard line devos a jet sweep motion dropping off shot gun gonna throw up right talks and recording lost the ball Hendrix picks it up the gonna call it no catch it'll be incomplete and not a catch fumble by Kendrick border where the ball delivered his two hands for a moment there but could not secure it tradewinds got in there and ripped it away yeah just a spot up right in front of his own and tender started catch that I mean he would not capture with his hands would pull his body just as he was taken to hit the ball squirted out read the forty Niners to use eleven personnel three wide receivers which they're doing now the Vikings are playing Andrew Sendejo in the slot affections following devos Samuel around is the focus of our motion right is to say they never turn motion coming back left on running most runs right into Kendrick's dropped his left shoulder in heaven dropped in a big gain of only three will be third down and seven coming out really well done by the all pro cancers because what they're trying to do is get him to bite on that I can't be in a jet sweep action get him out of the box he did not take the bait stayed home right where he was supposed to be an it those are set up in the whole well done by him this rushes gotta hold up now over but when she sighed Everson Griffen will stay over Joe Staley site near the top second goal in football this year and any hotter is twenty nine sacks last two years a quick snap and again in the forty Niners fall started again as dropping a gun out by the bowling quick snapped up to full the Vikings they're fooling themselves looser the mental errors it's got to stop accounts and have no Sydney game of this magnitude the quick snapped all week in practice guys you just got to be more aware mentally and not make those simple mistakes not to drive in a row they have self inflicted with wounds have mental errors so the third seven becomes third in twelve of the forty Niners third penalty of the game whether smoking marijuana defense we got pulled but when she needed one and now devotes Samuel one you know you got to block these addresses hunter over not kill comes over to his side as well dropping on one third down pocket holds grows up and right at the yard to get a stable Sandel dancing around this depot pushing forward sat down right at the gate and he picks up fourteen year there's nobody open gym is going to reload and then looked down the field and he sees the Bose Samuel we just dropped him a dime in the depot just with all the work I mean there's three defenders exit your rows are you different guys coming over since Matthew Harrison Smith and Eric Kendricks and devote the finisher will not be tonight he's a running back playing wide receiver Kyle use check a sliding motion from right to left Tevin Coleman is the back on a forty one yard line together to use check we're gonna flip it on a reverse coming back to develop its and he will push inside the thirty five you lost the ball at the end of the road the ball is on the field devos fumbled the ball at the end the Vikings are acting like they have recovered a fumble Walter Anderson it says the vice we'll save you a lot of true rivers they gave a cow you.

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

10:43 min | 1 year ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Hour dot work joining us now is Lutheran hour speaker Dr Michael Ziggler thank you the Reverend Dr Matthew Harrison is the thirteenth man to serve as president of the Lutheran church Missouri synod since its founding in eighteen forty seven president Harrison has been serving in this role since two thousand ten he's also a prolific writer and one of his books is all about joy its title a little book on joy published by Concordia publishing house in two thousand eleven why did you pick joy of all the things that you could have written about it was not long after the market crash in two thousand eight and if you recall it was a long time coming back and some challenging economics I just thought I wanted to explore this topic in the Bible students have a reputation for not looking at issues like joy thinking it's superficial or snot a real theological topic but I discovered quite something different it's not merely the frost on the beer there's something deep and dark and delightful down in the beverage itself very very good yeah you you have a quote from the book that struck me as very important you said that if we seek joy for its own sake we won't find it and maybe that's kind of like seeking the the the frost on the beer that's that's all you'll get but if you if we see Jesus will be in golf in an inundated by joy and so and quite by surprise one time I was driving through Kenya with my family and I wasn't expecting it but on the road to Mombasa from the capital Nairobi all of a sudden we look south and they're about sixty miles away was Kilimanjaro and it just glorious snow capped volcanic mountain standing almost alone on the horizon I have no expectation to see it then some weeks later we intentionally drove down that area to that area and actually drove up on the mountain and with the intention to have a marvelous look and drive high on the mountain and guess what it was raining that day so we didn't see it thank yeah so I kinda liken that to seeking joy you know if you seek if you see this kind of pseudo joy in places they might satisfy for a little while but Jesus is the source of real and profound joy because he is the source of forgiveness of perpetual thankfulness of righteousness of blessing of recognizing our blessings and all those things are really tied up with joy in the book you also mention friendship that you had with a man some years ago who struggled with a lot of doubts about whether or not he was truly a Christian because he didn't feel that joy in his heart continually if you've talked to people I'm sure this is been a this is not an isolated incident our people feel this way that they struggle with their joyless nis you write in your book that the joy of the spirit is often a joy set before tell us what you meant by that maybe a little bit more about this friendship you had with this man really struggled he had issues with mental illness and posttraumatic stress disorder the military service and he was caught in a kind of Christianity that demanded perfection and thought that the real joy of Christianity is in obedience to the law and the law does one of two things it it cuts us and causes us to despair because we can never live up to its demands be perfect as your father in heaven is perfect this is just intense man for a perfect heart soul mind body and if you if you get that law a double barrel like that it causes people to despair and this young man would sometimes he would be totally despairing because he knew that he was sinning I'm falling short all the time on the other hand the law does this it makes hypocrites like the Pharisees would convince themselves that they were in fact following the law perfect mostly he was dejected and it added by the law and I I said look the very fact that you are sorry that you're a sinner and the fact that you recognize your center is the proof that the Holy Spirit is alive and well and working your heart because if he wasn't you wouldn't care and I gave gave him the gospel of the free forgiveness in Christ which trump's mental illness it trumps all of our sins it is our one and only solid everlasting hope and it strikes me that both of those postures that you mentioned whether or despair or Kreider hypocrisy both of those is different as they are rob you of joy true joy you say in response in reflecting on these conversations with this man that the joy of the spirit is often a joy set before so what did you mean by that the bruises of Jesus for the joy set before him he endured the cross there is something utterly profound Jesus knows he will go to a very dark place death and for R. six rejection by the father our sins are rejected by the father not in us but in an on Jesus on the cross and Jesus knows exactly what he's doing quotes psalm twenty two on the cross go and read it this message will go far and wide he's rejected by the father for a purpose and a message of forgiveness will go far and wide by the end of the song and Jesus knows this and knows that nothing but joy is in front of him even while he struggles and suffers for the moment and his people we experience much of the same especially now in these times when joy seems joyful moments seem few and far between but we have that joy set before us in the resurrection and the new heavens and new earth so your your subtitle of this book that we've been talking about is the secret of living a good news life in a bad news world we've heard a lot of bad news over the last months and potentially more bad news to come so how are you these days finding reasons to rejoice and give thanks as Paul says even amidst the bad news of our present situation it's most interesting in Saint Paul often thanksgiving and joy are tied together so he says in second Thessalonians five always rejoice pray without ceasing in everything give thanks now we will be down at times many of us struggle with depression or addiction or mental illness through no no because of our own no fault of our own so it's not Pollyanna I realize that and yet Paul urges us to rejoice in our sufferings even it's Jesus and Jesus brings about joy my brother died now three years ago and it was one of the saddest probably the saddest time in my life and yet to this day I'm sad but I haven't under under girded rock solid hope and joy that the nothing but eternal life is in front of us and we shall see him again and I can never be taken away so expect Jesus to show up and speak that gift of forgiveness and promise of new life let that lead you into thankfulness and joy may very well surprise you like Kilimanjaro appearing out of the mist that's what I think thank you so much for joining me today and for being with us on the program it's so wonderful to be with you and thank god for you and all of your wonderful work and the many many faithful years of those you know god bless you all our father who art in heaven hallowed be thy name I Kingdom Come thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us and lead us not into temptation the rest from evil sign is the kingdom and the power and the glory forever and ever amen receive the blessing of the lord the lord bless you and keep you the lord make his face shine on you and be gracious to you the lord look upon you with his favor and give you peace amen this has been a presentation of Lutheran hour ministries fox news I'm Karen McCue the rioting looting and burning as subsided considerably in.

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

13:56 min | 1 year ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The pandemic and what should or should not have been done today our guest speaker doctor Matthew Harrison says it became obvious that while we were all we were not necessarily together dissension and disunity disharmony confusion conflict even the inability to understand each other's languages are all the result of C. N. and it's punishment Jesus has something to say just for you he says don't be afraid that's today on Blu thrown our hello I'm mark Asher the Reverend Dr Matthew Harrison has served as president of the Lutheran church Missouri synod since twenty ten higher to that doctor Harrison directed the Senate's world relief and human care ministry he's also served as pastor of congregations in Iowa and Indiana he's written devotional books and translated editions of classic theological works by C. F. W. Walter Herman sasa and others now with a message titled Jesus doesn't babble here in the name of the father and of the son and of the Holy Spirit a man here is Jesus own Pentecost word to us from John's gospel chapter fourteen the helper the Holy Spirit whom the father will send in my name he will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance all that I've said to you peace I leave with you my peace I give to you not as the world gives do I give it to you let not your hearts be troubled neither let them be afraid I am more than suspected you and I have something very much in common I've had quite enough of the endless talk of the corona virus on Facebook on every form of communication on every minute of talk radio on every second of TV radio and all other forms of news I've had enough of the scenarios repeated over and over again the prognostications the predictions the revision of predictions the predicted revisions and even the public service announcements I've had it with the political shoving matches and fights over who did what win over respirators and ventilators Mastin Clore Quinn and plasma treatments yes it works or it may work or no it doesn't work is there a vaccine on the way yes and no the infection rate is very high no the infection rate is actually very low it really only affects older folks and those with pre morbid conditions how about that word that's a new one pre morbidity no young people are in fact dying and suffering horribly and where did you come from a wet market in China what's a wet market anyway or was it from a Chinese military lab what's an essential service which businesses should be open which should be closed our liquor stores essential in churches nonessential who says so the mayor the county commissioner the governor of the federal government why are the same guidelines interpreted differently by authorities in different communities where the boundaries between government authority and religious liberty our first amendment constitutional rights sur render a bowl how can the church and its pastor carefully obtain permission from the local authorities to have limited services with limited numbers of people with all the social distancing required and then still be subject to arrest men and even death threats when should we start opening the country again as the peak reach the peak as it passed have many more been infected than we thought and thus developed antibodies are we risking more waves of infection well the economy come back is the damage your reversible will this epidemic changed the way we look at social interaction the way we look at church and school in medicine and work in government a thousand other things what a baffling babbling cacophony of contradictory craziness yes babbling it's Pentecost Jesus has something to say just for you and Jesus doesn't battle he says don't be afraid there are three texts from the Bible that the church often reads on Pentecost Sunday the first one comes from the early as part of the Bible genesis chapter eleven tells the story of the tower of Babel details are disappointingly few somewhere near what today would be modern Iraq the descendants of Noah long ago sometime after the flood decided to build themselves great tower it appears they had a new construction technique and they were very proud of what they had achieved and we're planning to do they said let us make a name for ourselves but they had forgotten the lord god and god responded by confusing their language and spreading them around the earth they could no longer understand each other and complete their massive construction project they're great plan was foiled that's where we get the words babble and babbling and Babel it all comes from the tower of Babel dissension and disunity disharmony confusion conflict even the inability to understand each other's languages are all the result of sand and its punishment but Jesus came to do you confuse to de Babel Babel in fact Jesus spoke very clearly he tells us some really great things in the Pentecost gospel from John fourteen he was talking to his disciples just before he was betrayed if anyone loves me he will keep my word and my father will love him and we will come to him and make our home with him whoever does not Love Me does not keep my words and the word that you hear is not mine but the fathers who sent me Jesus says hold on to my word grab it that's what faith does it grabs god's word god the father said of Jesus this is my beloved son listen to him mark nine grab hold of that it's yours Jesus said to the religious big shots I came not for the righteous we have no need to repent but for sinners Luke five grab a hold of that word are you a sinner you certainly are the Bible tells us to be perfect in thought word and deed you are not by a long shot and neither mine Jesus said come to me all you who are weary and heavy laden and I will give you rest Matthew eleven grab hold of that word it's free it's just for you and Jesus said I came to give my life as a ransom for who for you grab it and never let it go Jesus made a promise in this last speech to his disciples he said these things I have spoken to you while I am still with you but the helper the Holy Spirit whom the father will send in my name he will teach you all things and bring to your remembrance all that I have said to you the promise of Jesus happened after exactly seven weeks seven days each seven is the perfect number in the Bible four is the number of earth and three is the number for god the Trinity so seven is the wonderful number of god and man reconcile seven times seven is all the more marvelous for forty nine days Christ kept appearing to his disciples after his resurrection that was during the forty nine days of the great Jewish feast of the harvest and what a harvested was for the Bible says that the resurrected Christ is the first fruits of them that sleep first Corinthians fifteen there's so much more to come crisis is the first fruits the promise of the resurrection to eternal life is for everyone who believes in Jesus and it's for you then on Pentecost the promised Holy Spirit descended upon the apostles and the spirit brought to memory all the things that Jesus had said to them so they could speak them and write them down in the gospels peace I leave with you my peace I give to you not as the world gives do I give to you let not your hearts be troubled neither let them be afraid and Jesus even under Babel listen to what the Bible tells us in acts chapter two when the day of Pentecost arrived the disciples were all together in one place and suddenly there came from heaven a sound like a mighty rushing wind and it filled the entire house where they were sitting and divided tongues as of fire appeared to the apostles and rested on each one of them and they were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak in other languages as the spirit gave them utterance now there were dwelling in Jerusalem Jews devout men from every nation under heaven and that this sound the multitude came together and they were bewildered because each one was hearing them speak in his own language and they were amazed and astonished saying or not all of these who are speaking gallantly ends and now is it that we here each of us in his own native language car the engine needs an E. le mites and residents of Mesopotamia Judea and Cappadocia Pontus and Asia Phrygia and Pamphylia Egypt and the parts of Libya belonging to Cyrene and visitors from Rome both Jews and proselytes Cretans and Arabians we hear them telling in our own language the mighty works of god and all were amazed and perplexed saying to one another what does this mean but others mocking said they're filled with new wine in Christianity there is absolutely no place for any racial or tribal preference there is no difference for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of god Romans three and Christ died and rose for all with the gift of the Holy Spirit making his words heard by all on babbling the babble of Babel Peter preached it Peter standing with the eleven lifted up his voice and address them men of Judea and all who dwell in Jerusalem let this be known to you and give ear to my words for these people are not drunk as you suppose since it's only the third hour of the day but this is what was uttered through the prophet Joel and in the last days it shall be god declares that I will pour out my spirit on all flesh and it shall come to pass that everyone who calls on the name of the lord shall be saved men of Israel hear these words Jesus of Nazareth a man attested to you by god with a mighty works and wonders and signs that god did through him in your midst as you yourself now all those folks from all over the world heard Peter's sermon that day each in his own language and from that time until this very moment the apostles and Christchurch have continued the preaching of Jesus himself repent for the kingdom of heaven is near Matthew chapter three the first words that came out of Jesus mouth preaching be sorry for your sins and believe in Jesus who is paid your price by his death and overcome your sin and your death by his resurrection I tell all of you today don't be afraid in fact on this Pentecost day these words I speak are the very words of Jesus accompanied by the power of the Holy Spirit and they are addressed to you wherever you are right.

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In vampire bats have something in common what is it what do you think that if they can both heat sense this is absolutely new research that indicates the dogs are the only S. exiled from vampire bats the only other species that can sense heat I mean we know what a dog's nose can do actually we don't we're still learning we know it's about ten thousand times more sensitive than our own sense of smell but this isn't only about sense of smell this is their ability found on the right Merriam of their nose that's the wet dog nose part of their nose that actually has the ability to sense heat now why is that important while researchers are actually thinking about dogs standing outside buildings taking your temperature I don't think that's gonna happen I I you know really ninety eight point six two hundred and two that's only a few degrees difference and the dogs be that sensitive I think dogs can be trained to do this that's for sure but can they distinguish between just a couple of degrees that remains to be seen but that's not even a big issue the big issue is why what's wrong with the thermometer so the monitors are cheap they're they're really effective up I I don't know the answer to that one other thing I do know you don't need to feed a thermometer so as much as I love dogs I don't think so see you next week on Steve Dale's pet world serving the Midwest from Chicago this is seven twenty WGN on your smart device just by saying play WGN radio on Nexstar media group station the Lutheran hour bringing Christ to the nations four weeks all the talk has been about the pandemic and what should or should not have been done today our guest speaker doctor Matthew Harrison says it became obvious that while we were all we were not.

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

06:29 min | 2 years ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"I'm going to be there. I'm Kim doesn't know it now. But we're going to be there were we got it. What is your your drink of choice the Margarita? I mean, you would you would think the cactus Pryor. Mortga Rita would be which is a great highly suggest. Yeah. But my my favorite is the they're just their house Margarita, it's been paid. You hear about this beyond meat. That's the name of a company beyond me. They're going above and beyond and on Wall Street as the stock if this plant based meat substitutes company has just exploded in the first day of trading after kicking them off its IPO at twenty five dollars. A share the price jumped more than one hundred and thirty five percent. This was yesterday giving the company a market value of three point five billion dollars now beyond meets more realistic meat substitutes have already found a home in restaurants chains like a TGI Friday's white castle and del taco. Yeah. The company logged more than eighty seven million dollars in revenue last year, the selling a meat substitute kind of a plant based meat product vegan meat, Patty, which is designed to make you feel like you're eating meat to taste and feel like you're eating meat. Yeah. Vegans vegans. They say they don't like meat, but the surely want their their food to look at tastes like me. You can't tell the difference now for some people. This may be a healthy option. Right. I got you. I understand that. But it's pretty interesting. I mean, this is really taken off. I think I think there's there were slowly developing a perception what people frown upon and look down upon hunters. Some do some do and some parts of the country some do hut. But I don't frown upon them at all because I love eating the result. Absolutely. Yeah. But I think this is part of that movement. People don't want to shoot an animal for their food. So some people are willing to do this go beyond meat. What what what is is red meat really that unhealthy for to some people? I don't I don't think red meat is unhealthy. I guess everything. You're not a doctor, but everything in moderation thing. Yeah. And it's not like I read a ton of red meat. But I tell you it is very clear to me that vegans and vegetarians they say, they don't like me, but they want it to taste like meat. Sure. And they want it to look like it. They wanted to. Look feel taste now. The big question this morning and the CDC is trying to answer a DEA wash or not wash your chicken before you cook. It do you wash your chicken that is none of your business. No, it's personal that his hygiene. And that has nothing to do with what we're talking about on the show. Well, some family traditions never seemed to go away. However, washing raw chicken. Oh may not be a good one to pass down. The CDC is advising people not to wash chicken before cooking apparently cleaning rod chicken can actually cause more problems for you. Because you're spreading germs to other foods utensils, they could splash if your net first of all, I don't chicken juice in the raw is bad. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. It can be and I don't know who washes their chicken. I don't understand that. Because there's no need if you cook it properly, if you cook your chicken properly, you cook that slime right into the me, that's it or on it or off of it or whatever it it makes. No, I have never watched much. You know, we're talking about actual chicken talking about washing your chick, washing chicken young. You don't do that. No. No, no. I don't care much. It can sturdy. No, it's if you cook it properly it shouldn't be an issue anyway. But the the risk is if you're washing it, it can splash onto other things. Like, if you have your salad, you know, next to next to the sink there. Well, some raw chicken juice might splash on your salad or whatever lesson. We got your daily Florida man's story. Here a Florida man will spend a year behind bars for trying to smuggle baby turtles inside candy wrappers and socks on that. Again. Prosecutors say Matthew Harrison kale. He would hide rare turtles inside, candy wrapper, socks and other places in his luggage. And then ship it to Hong Kong apparently folks in Hong Kong love to eat good snap a baby turtle little turtle size. Kelly was part of a rep leeann smuggling ring that operated out of South Carolina. Now, the ringleader Stephen Baker. He was also sentenced to a year in prison. What are you in for? So smuggling turtles why is it a problem sm- eating turtles? Why is it illegal? I don't know. I mean, this guy's got. Turtles in ponds and lakes, and creeks and streams I'm trying to figure out why this is Lynn for just trying to figure out why it's illegal to eat a turtle. Yeah. Exactly exactly someone who is trying to import trying to export. Maybe maybe they're endangered. I I don't know. But but what a what a what a thing to go to prison for what are you in for snap and turtles illegal snapping turtles who stay waves pretty interested away from him from him again. He's in solitary go to jail for a year. That's a dangerous man right there. You got a reputation of shooting turtles I have shots and turtles. Yeah. So you like to go out and go camping and shoot turtles bonds ranch. We shot some turtles, and I felt awful. They. They were in the pond they stick their heads up in the new far away. I'm going to hell I'm going to help for that one. No doubt about it. And not for that. That's that sealed the deal for me. But I'm not one hundred. I don't go out and kill things you do yoga so dude. Oh, yeah. Yeah. You do actually just told us. Your shoot turtles defenseless turtles. Hey, listen. You can join us in the world is social media. You can find me on all platforms Instagram Twitter. Facebook vero. Chat at time Jeffries and at Don prior radio market, Melinda. 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"matthew harrison" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

06:46 min | 2 years ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on CROSS COUNTRY COFFEE ROADSHOW

"Thanks. Our next guest is Matthew Harrison, a director producer writer TV and film successful from New York to Sundance to LA an interesting and dynamic career and an amazing vile. What exactly is the most important tool the director possesses cut action movies late, not even? If you're British is it against the crown or sacrilegious to give up t and go to coffee, and if someone says, I'm involved in film crash does that mean, you need major medical? We are here at metropolis in my next guest will introduce himself. My name is Matthew Harrison, you have a lot of choices for coffee. Why metropolis they make an excellent Cup of coffee more than that the concept? Here is is a creative gathering place and also spiritual gathering place, which is beautiful. So we get lots of people here with their laptops, creative people making music writing poetry writing novels writing stories what attracted me to metropolis is this ver-. It's a great little environment to to do anything. It's like a little clubhouse. And so what we do here is we do screenplay readings, and we also have creative meetings. We get the actors in here, we get the scripts up on their feet. And we've just found it very attractive to people. They love it. And every time we gathered people here for something creative more people. Discover us and you get a great family family vibe. So what a beautiful idea crossing coffee with family and a creative atmosphere. What do you think about the donation component of this as opposed to standard price menu? They have done so well with the donation idea, apparently, we're doing better with donations than we were before this something that about it that creates a a great atmosphere of camaraderie, like the people who want to contribute. It's more of a feeling of contributing to something. That's that's building an ongoing. So one of the people described earlier today as they were actually probably overpaying. So that someone could underpaid. I hear it a lot every time. I walked by the counter, I hear people offering more money than you would normally offer for the items. So there's something there's something really touching about that. When did you start drinking coffee and have your tastes change over the years? Oh, that's a funny story. I have a strange beginning to my coffee drinking history because I'm first generation American, my parents British and as you know, they are t- experts. So there was no coffee culture in my house growing up. So when I first started bootlegging coffee into my life in secret. It was instant I'm very embarrassed to admit that a kettle. Yeah. They had a cattle. I had this Nique the instant on the side. But then when I was going art school in the Lower East Side of Manhattan in New York City. We had cafe boo Stelo, which a lot of people drank. In the Lower East Side, very powerful. I do not know what that is explained that if you could. Yeah. A lot of Latin American people drink that. And they're a lot of my neighbors. When I lived there people from the Dominican Republic or people from Puerto Rico and cafe was still is a really strong Espresso bland, and oh that's good Cup of coffee. So I want to know more about the secret coffee instant business that you had. So you had to go behind their backs to to your traitor to the T world, the British teat world. So tell me about how that worked out for you. It's shameful. I don't like to admit I've kind of blanked that part of my mind out, but I have found some evidence recently and photographs of myself making coffee when I was in my early twenties, and I can see the can of instant behind. So it all came back as a as a whole. A horrible memory. But I I was so ignorant. I would go for anything. I don't want to mention any brands because I wouldn't want to hurt anyone's feelings. But I thought it was great at the time. I, but I had no idea. And now tell me about your taste buds now where where do you fall on the coffee journey? I right now, I'm going through a pour over period of my life. I'm really liking the one Cup poor over and grind the beans myself just before I do the poor over and boy, I'm loving that Cup of coffee. I used to be a half and half guy. But now, I've pretty much gone back to whole milk. It's a little less cloying. I like the slightly lighter experience of of the whole milk like the clawing. We we've as we've crossed the country. We've had a lot of people described the coffee preseason wine appreciation but with caffeine and a darker beverage, that's kind of it. So what do you do in life? We know it. Oh, I'm a motion picture and television director, I direct feature films studio and independent and direct episodic television studio cable right now working on a I'm working on a half hour multi Cam sitcom that we are preparing for production. Where in the we're designing the the first season of it. But in addition to that, we run a film festival called film crash, which we started in the Lower East Side of Manhattan and nine hundred eighty five so this year, celebrating our thirty four th year. You can find it online film crash dot com. And we people submit films all over the world, and it's a very focused festival. It's six short films simple program one one evening of short films. I'm curious how you get your submissions. For submissions as been a revolutionary new platform called film

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on Through the Wire

Through the Wire

05:00 min | 2 years ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on Through the Wire

"He came off the bench. Brolo is there x. factor for them. Rollo Brolo. Oh, Brolo. Logan. Rollover the time. You know, the first thing you say. Yeah. There's a couple of players on his team that definitely could be the x factor though. That way. Today, what major? I'll put him because he'll do real good one game play like disappears. He might go missing. Yeah, I remember that he adds a moment where everybody that they. Okay. Eric, Bledsoe I hope hoping if he get back to that with a Greek freak Middleton and you know, Brooke Lopez even at Berkeley pay has just his air because you don't. He stressed the floor. He don't. He don't have the rebound because. Why didn't the Lakers resign him for the amount of money like they gave jovial Makita, say, money, he got, who would you rather have Vail McGee or brook Lopez. No, I don't think it's close. Gimme. Brooke. Why? Because he rebounds better. He. Okay. So you're looking at this. We don't hear. No type of Renfrew. Yeah, I understand yet. But yeah, Arab, Eric, blessed will get to that level that we all have seen him at once before, and I'm not saying it. He was bad last year, but you know he could be a little bit better once upon time. He's like a twenty point school board a line, all star player type player. So yeah, he get back to that. That'd be that'd be real good. And like you said, Ilyasova not much of a factor compared to some of the others, but he can take them to the next with his contributions off the bench and brogden Eric Bledsoe AB real real good thing about Tony snow of the. We're gonna forget about him. That's my third seat. We are going to forget a bar. No disrespect. Make me mentioned you. This is like actually hit a the in threes in a regular dribble. This is zero. I gave you of love my all year. So. Like a triple double minutes. So I'm like EMMY, the're recruits, not even Miami p. I just put 'em EP. That's MVP type performance in my right writer here come, the rest fans. I don't see what's so special. Does it do it all the time because it was done in like twenty five minutes. Secondly, resident creates anytime. Like that's just like if every time Russ got a triple double somebody says somebody Roberson, y'all rush fans would hate that. Y'all did hate that. So please, please, please, please, please Russell Westbrook France is going to happen a lot this year Yang. This is going to get triple doubles, and people are going to be like, hey, it's okay with somebody else to give rusted twice. He got his love any at MVP. It's over sleeve, it. Thank you. She's another next thing. Meals on you. Mavericks, let's go to maverick. You have to like that team. I think I did. Obviously, one man was from our same's me sing. Muslims, Wesley Matthews big. That's not because I thought about it. We can be a real good three point shooter along with Dennis? No, Jillian, Luga dancers, I play. He can really elevate them to be who Luca Danni. The dodgers. No, you're right. Which he's going to be. He's going to be wing player to put a loan them to every highlight. I see he's missing though. Like whenever Luca makes it go play them in a corner or something. Three they do because they don't show to make. Because there's not one Wesley, Matthew Harrison Barnes because I feel like Luba can come and have a solid rookie year even if it ain't spectacular. Even if he just does thirteen and fourteen, he's looking real guy type thing. Say that you said meant you bring up beluga on the show because you talked about it yesterday. He can. I guess he was watching the highlights and he was like, that is my guy. Something like that. Right. Base that they better stop playing. That's the vessel pointer. Claiming over here. I don't remember it's the country. Julia should have a good sophomore season. The outer doing is going to be the Jordan. Have Harrison. Barnes is a twenty plus score. They'll be solid and they have like nine thousand nine hundred. Lunches that's not say you can't rely on you. Your young backward to carry you all the weight. Harrison Barnes has to step up and be the guy who's was paid to be, is he the if you're there down by one with ten seconds, he hit..

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"I mean, you know, it's kind of two questions. One is related, but not necessarily the same one is you know what's his long-term upside, but to is, you know, how can he just improve enough to be actually a positive player, like with some of the smaller things that he has to work on. Right, right. You know, I think he figured out some of it as he went along and he he had a lot of instances early in the season where he went into defenses, didn't get fouled. You know, a lot of block shots early on, you know, he might have even shied away from contact a little bit because of that to to in the season. So you know, the biggest thing is that that he needs to improve his his, his foul rate. You know, he needs to figure out how to get to the line more often than he did on these drives because he's obviously a very explosive player can get to the rim rather easily, but but just finishing around it. That's that's going to be a huge thing. Point eight, three point, eight, three, three hundred as awful well, and that just won't kind of. And I think one of the things that's underrated about finishing two is getting fouled really helps your stats with finishing because you think about all right, you know, you go in for what would be tough layup? If you can get to the foul on that eliminates a mislabeled and makes it free throws instead probably you know. So it's a lot of these guys who are really bad finishers also never get to the foul line. And so if you get better getting to the foul line, you're eliminating a bunch of misleads at and you're helping your officiency there too. So you know, getting to the foul line isn't just okay. We're replacing just some random shot with getting to the free throw line. It's, you know what you're replacing, what probably is going to be a miss an amiss around the room, which of course is very damaging to your transition defense. No, yeah. Those those goes those go hand in hand. And I think that you know, he, he had, you know, he has a bag of tricks. He can. He can finish lamps these no career over anything like that. But. He's not a bad finisher. And I think a lot of a lot of the reasons that stocks look bad is because he just didn't get to the line over and over again. And so he was throwing up these these wild MRs and you know, just kind of hitting the floor, but not not being rewarded for it. So I think that's a huge thing. The other big thing is that you know, in some cases, he was just left on an island, but especially in that starting five that team used most of the year or I think they used about thirty games, but the lineup, those usually most was Dennis Smith, Wes Matthews Harrison Barnes, maxi Kleber, and Dirk Nowitzki. And over that only Dennis is really capable with the ball in his hands to create things consistently. You know, they would run pick and rolls over and over and over again. They would try to get that that Barnes isolation matchup mismatch sometimes they'd get it to jerk. But that lineup was just not affective. And in a lot of it fell on Dennis, just being asked to do too much in with a with another ball handler in the lineup with Luca in a much more ball movement, friendly offense that the team's going for. You know, I think that if you can play off the ball and he's a decent off ball player, hit about thirty..

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"In sacramento at all and you're gonna suffer defensively with bagley net net that dodgers georgia but for that to find a center for the math needed defensive center for sure that's what see i had them write about eight hours for the draft that much off on twitter i really do didn't think they were gonna take mogambo the mavs because because and because they can get a center so i don't know if i've told the star in the but i talked to carlyle before game to just on the court in june the shit and and as a high feeling about the big rebuild would take two three years he like we're not rebuilding i'm like really he's like yeah we won't be good next year and didn't say ironically or anything like he was just like no we're gonna try to be good next year so it's like okay so i filed that away and now you look at donncha too i think is gonna be ready to play right away for sure if they signed cappella man if that happens now it'd be so major i'll got cappella matthews barnes smith lucaci that's a good five dirt coming off the bench one other that's my point is that's not a bad team it's thirty five to forty one really wound up rounds out perfectly every bike wesley matthews harrison barnes are so much better in small roles on offense yeah and they guard the guys on defense luca hides on defense you have to lucan smith is gonna roll guy defensive play i mean it fits it all works perfectly together and we'd been making fun of the mavs i think i even did this in my pocket but as ago about out i forget who i said this do that i just didn't think cuban oh with jason gallagher i was like does it bother you the mavs haven't made one good move in the last six years this was one of the best trades in the decade in my opinion i'm going all in i rarely do this there's certain times man i felt this way about durant note in i've felt this way about watching minnesota pass on curry twice i o we said go who scored nigeria go nother nigeria go wow that year they go nuts i just think dodged which is going to be great i really do i am all in on it i'm happy to have this thrown in my face at ten years that guy would he did at age eighteen in the league he was in in the mana games he played you know played like ninety games in front of crazy crowds and really competitive situations and was good in his creator and can play three positions i think i like them because like look at like skill set in to like either ourika last year in bogdonovich yeah he the air before he was leading score in early he comes to states he had a good years or did he had a good year is a team and he's bigger he shoots it so he'll be able to compete an mba full ride away players this is skill set right now is translates immediately i like the way hannah's himself to i guess the fear would be you're coming in now you're expected the savior of the man i have smith there the two things i've dennis smith the share that load and they have dirk as a face the franchise dr can be like luca here's how you do this hit uptown like once a week maybe twice don't go on the full parsons like you gotta pull back a little bit yeah i look somebody's dallas ladies you gotta be careful don't go that part of town great but what about smith donald playing together i think it works fine because the thing about it is in rick system you always have to point guards so last year bennis played with jj berea yogi ferrell or devin harris all season sny you're placing those guys luca donncha jr at site the same role but now six eight to thirty and shoots threes this feels like.

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"In sacramento at all and you're gonna suffer defensively with bagley net net that dodgers georgia but for that to find a center for the math needed defensive center for sure that's what see i had them write about eight hours for the draft that much off on twitter i really do didn't think they were gonna take mogambo the mavs because because and because they can get a center so i don't know if i've told the star in the but i talked to carlyle before game to just on the court in june the shit and and as a high feeling about the big rebuild would take two three years he like we're not rebuilding i'm like really he's like yeah we won't be good next year and didn't say ironically or anything like he was just like no we're gonna try to be good next year so it's like okay so i filed that away and now you look at donncha too i think is gonna be ready to play right away for sure if they signed cappella man if that happens now it'd be so major i'll got cappella matthews barnes smith lucaci that's a good five dirt coming off the bench one other that's my point is that's not a bad team it's thirty five to forty one really wound up rounds out perfectly every bike wesley matthews harrison barnes are so much better in small roles on offense yeah and they guard the guys on defense luca hides on defense you have to lucan smith is gonna roll guy defensive play i mean it fits it all works perfectly together and we'd been making fun of the mavs i think i even did this in my pocket but as ago about out i forget who i said this do that i just didn't think cuban oh with jason gallagher i was like does it bother you the mavs haven't made one good move in the last six years this was one of the best trades in the decade in my opinion i'm going all in i rarely do this there's certain times man i felt this way about durant note in i've felt this way about watching minnesota pass on curry twice i o we said go who scored nigeria go nother nigeria go wow that year they go nuts i just think dodged which is going to be great i really do i am all in on it i'm happy to have this thrown in my face at ten years that guy would he did at age eighteen in the league he was in in the mana games he played you know played like ninety games in front of crazy crowds and really competitive situations and was good in his creator and can play three positions i think i like them because like look at like skill set in to like either ourika last year in bogdonovich yeah he the air before he was leading score in early he comes to states he had a good years or did he had a good year is a team and he's bigger he shoots it so he'll be able to compete an mba full ride away players this is skill set right now is translates immediately i like the way hannah's himself to i guess the fear would be you're coming in now you're expected the savior of the man i have smith there the two things i've dennis smith the share that load and they have dirk as a face the franchise dr can be like luca here's how you do this hit uptown like once a week maybe twice don't go on the full parsons like you gotta pull back a little bit yeah i look somebody's dallas ladies you gotta be careful don't go that part of town great but what about smith donald playing together i think it works fine because the thing about it is in rick system you always have to point guards so last year bennis played with jj berea yogi ferrell or devin harris all season sny you're placing those guys luca donncha jr at site the same role but now six eight to thirty and shoots threes this feels like.

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"Wing casey in the houston game because i thought vanfleet couldn't guard james harden and those sorts of circumstances will present themselves where you just have fewer circumstances where those guys are viable but i wanna see it right out because we have better talent trying this now than we have in the recent past right and i think like you said i think in the playoffs you could see a different a less success with these types of lineups defensively but even if they can hold up his average obviously bringing more on ball creation onto the floor and offensive talent so they can just manage to win that trade off just all up the decently defensively i think that could be you know a useful idea for teams that try more so i wanted to die reduced because we we we forgot to say their fundamentals twenty two and forty eight a disastrous three and three in their last six winning too many games but only a negative two point five net rating which was much better than their point differential as we discuss twenty third offense but as you noted the sixteenth ranked defense they're projected to have twenty six wins but but how the hell they got into the sixteenth ranked defense given what their personnel well i have that same question for you but just going through some stats i looked at it just to go over like from a personnel standpoint like you i don't know at least i would think this would be like a bottom five defensive team in the league like who are there like major plus defenders that have actually been playing a lot of minutes like wesley matthews harrison barnes devon harrison those those aren't like you know extremely impactful defenders in the first place and with all the liabilities they have you know dirk than smith jj berea yogi ferrell and now doug mcdermott you'd think there's way too many wholesome to cover up for but they they've adopted kind of you know extremely conservative defensive scheme with the the defensive rebound pretty well their fifth best in that and they allow the lowest percentage of shots at the rim and i assume that just because they're dropping their back way big i know they are with their just because.

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"Our lake this is one of those moments were even for me for all the mighty just sort of like endless well of cynicism unlike this really is extraordinary that like a senior white house adviser now to the most powerful position in the world politically she just got balance from a job and now she's on celebrity big brother talking about the way this guy tweets and how the fact that like we have a just like deeply mental case clown circus going on she's talking about it like is if she is talking about a breakup on celebrity big brother well i mean and it padma hit ross matthews harrison gravitas to talk to you know his background i have no idea russ matthews he was a rust the internet jay leno i'll think jesus christ all right this is a armor rosa i refuse to figure out her last name magro galt and ross matthews on big brother it's the personal toll that i paid ross pretty significant i feel like you'll save the price a couple of times and i feel like you're paying a price now murlitharan after the white house i see the toll on you what's going on but for us mix i am in here june investigative journalism for you all and i make it headlines for you all can i feel happier grass on it what does it does it feel similar or did you figure out that the white house going to be what you thought this was a 100 percent worse why because it wasn't a game shop.

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"A little bit tougher than normal dennis smith there rookie who i really liked coming out of nc state he's averaging almost fourteen points 4 assists 4 rebounds on the season he's doing a little bit better during the winning streak is almost up to six rebounds five assists nabbed in about a little bit over fourteen uh he's scored nineteen the last time that the mavericks were out including the final eleven points he had 6 assists 5 boards 116 one thirteen at oklahoma city so dennis smith is starting to kinda get things going it takes a little while obviously for these guys get going but dennis smith uh for the mavericks who's been injured in and out of the lineup this year wesley matthews harrison barnes of course the former uh golden state were dirk nowitzki those guys and starting up so again and not being stupid on this one djidji beret against the warriors always verse for some reason the he averages fourteen a game he averages what ten during the season averaged fourteen a game against the warriors because who knows just watch how they did it it's one of those guys don't sleep on the six footers horta reco don't sleep on the six footers no legal chile's 33 years old yeah it's pretty amazing and he's playing eleven years at that that blows me away on that one i'll give you a a give you that when he has for some reason he is a is a play well against him so they're gone again injuries caspi bruised ribs dream on greens got a sprained ankle a igad dallas got the lower back sniffed is he's out and as as as just sick as far as the mavericks are concerned south korea against still not playing he's got the promise left tibia that's really a major what are the only major when nerlens noel he's out for wild because of a thumbs surgeries slogan every time he talked about the worst we have talked about the warriors injury situation against some of it's an injury situation some of it is let's just get these guys rest that's what they can do uh i would think that the only thing that could inhibit them from ending the.

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"matthew harrison" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"matthew harrison" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"So the way that i saw dallas is uh dennis smith then what was matthews harrison barnes dirk and nerlens as the starters but then the benches fascinating so the bench seth curry dion waiters danilo gallon ari i'm blanking on one guy but those are the new additions and say i mean i i think that's an interesting tame the play much smaller with the bench right then they'd have solemn measury and asia hammonds and they could get a minimum guy if they want it yet that's what then minutes so i'm in the west is just nasty again no minnesota in denver you'll be to go through minnesota's rafts to all yet knowledge through me 'cause i the actor this would be really fun let's just like rank of the top five teams in each conference slumber done going through this okay so minnesota and then if you need to go through feel free by the way but i'm the oca okay so minnesota is going to start drew holiday wiggins butler patrick patterson and carl anthony towns and then they have gorji jiang coming off the bench they have let's be honest they're gonna start jiang and bring patterson but much much your ridgewood hopefully they'll close games with paters yeah and then they also got a dad ties jones and whole netto backing up a point guard they have justin holiday off the off the bench and why my thinking they have another permit our new money be elites estil round yes so they're not gonna have much depth but it won't matter because tubes yet to ever going to wines and butler forty minutes again and then denver the b through aegis added paul millsap to their team right correct and theoretically if we did this part of the mock off season i was gonna move guys like will barton and those type of things for assets that fit better with this team yet and gala was gone so basically treated gallo for millsap and they got all all the rest.

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