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"matthew perez" Discussed on Talking Politics
"Place where the difference that the deal has made will be most tangible and to some people visible is an island. Because it'll take time but it seems to me. There's almost bound to be a growing sense that northern ireland is a separate part of the united kingdom and that there are both opportunities and risks for the government in dublin in trying to emphasize the ways. In which this deal brings northern ireland close to the republic of ireland on regulatory and other matters and maybe even some financial matters and that there is a gap that slowly even if the borders in the sec slowly will open up between northern ireland and the rest of the in the short term but maybe in the medium tom this has to lead to acute political dilemmas. Not i mean that look question. This absolutely correct. And i think that what we see over the course of brexit since the referendum to places the situation where in terms of where the brexit was going to happen on the northern ireland gop subsidiary in uk policies. I'm not talking about irish politics here into that. It became taught of the means by which those who wanted to stop brexit happening. Were able to to make their case. Obviously the theresa The withdrawal agreement theresa may's government negotiated rested on the northern irish question. The the backstop that is why she was unable to get enough members of her own party and parliament to to for the agreement that her government had the guy she hated. I think that with the united kingdom is lefty opinion. The now settled the northern irish christian. Very much becomes within the uk about the position of northern ireland within the union. And the possibly growing precious some coaches anyway for irish unification and i don't think there's any escape in the uk's politics from the irish question over the next ten years inside and that's the time from ponant ten years rather than say two or three because it's it's got to interact with the question about scottish independence. You know the these things have to somehow get again more noted than they already have been. They must do. Surely this question on the northern irish question do interacting and also that they interact not just in terms of the fact that what happened to the scotland will have knock-on consequences but so far is the scottish. Question is in part about whether they can still be with the steelers sufficient sense of of british identity. That can can legitimate the uk of union that has particular consequences particular purchase for the northern irish question because they're the identity has to be british so if britishness isn't going to do the work where the anglo scottish union is concerned that it's not strong enough that has to have political consequences in northern leaving aside all the other ways in which the questions interact with each other just before we started talking on his reading matthew perez in the times this morning and he made the point. That does this. Oh shorthand in relation to the pandemic and the role of the different the vote governments in talking about the uk as the full nations. And the the the government's the administration's the formations and as he says since when was northern ireland nation if around the nation than we were totally different world. And i've been thinking the same the same thing which is probably what made me to sort of the thoughts that led me to the last comment. I may it's regularly used as full nations showtime and it just doesn't make any sense at all one more question about scotland can give it to answer alone answer. Do you think the achievement of a deal leaving side the the details of it but the dale that hasn't been the disruption that was hit the worst case scenario now taken the fact that this deal exists and therefore as and when we get and i think we both feel that we will at some point get to the really acute politics of a second scottish independence referendum. The case that the. Smp has to make it harder to make it. Now that as a deal. I think is absolutely harder to make. Now the the united kingdom's left your opinion because it's government wants to win win. Indepence wanted to join the european union. Even leaving aside the issues to do with the eu. I think actually quite difficult but even if they were surpassed is just obviously a very different question. Scotland a your opinion. The rest of the united kingdom is in part of i think in terms of the the trade agreement than i do. Think it doesn't make winning the argument sandwich more difficult internally. How mean within. Scotland for the snp. But what i do. Think is that in terms of the conservative government at westminster than securing a trade agreement in some senses strongest motivation. Full that a knock deciding to take. The risks of now deal was the problem that would have caused for support for the union in scotland that it by itself is bad enough in terms of winning a referendum Brexit plus no deal would have plus johnson still being prime minister if would not very difficult talking. Politics is brought to you in partnership with the london review of books. So don't quite know how to do the segue into georgian except ease the line earlier which i really liked. It could become a tagline for us. I'm going to get it slightly wrong. But you said something like under first-past-the-post systems whole electoral coalitions are pretty old. And that's my way into georgia so for once and so two things. That are different about this morning off to the night before. I did sleep last night. I wasn't lying awake worrying about the georgia senate results. Did you sleep. I see me staying watching cnn. And i said he did. Sleep didn't feel like everything was hanging on it. Though for many people these results were as consequential as the presidential election. And the other difference is that we're going to call it you know. I thought last night that it would be cyclic. We wouldn't know but it looks very very likely that the democrats have won. Both georgia senate. Seats one is yet to be cooled as the also formed. But he's ahead now on looking neo times the probabilities of him losing that seat of very very small exit. Losing not winning it so the thing that seemed unlikely i think when we last talked about it seems slight. The odds against this happened. The democrats have control of the senate. It's an incredibly finely balanced control. I mean people who think that it just means great. They can do what they want. It is fifty fifty and then kamala harris is the deciding vote. I wanna ask you in a second about the implications of this for biden and again. We're gonna talk much more about this in coming weeks..
"matthew perez" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Bring anything up for you like what is this. That's not a joke like suffice to say like you're not going to be buying so. His fiancee is illiterate. No she she was just taking pictures. Okay it's just supporting her fiance and her fiance knows this person. How who made the line of merch. It's chandler's merch. O ese. Making friends merch. That's pathetic and it's beyond say supporting his friends merch. Okay okay. this is all very confusing. But i'm seeing now. Matthew perry has a line of friends birth. Yes that's devastating and those are two of the pieces. His fiancee is quote unquote. Modeling them on his instagram. Like when you're this is how people magazine you know like margot models for our march. Yeah you know. I totally get it but This article was confusing. I'm not gonna lie so sorry. I'm asking me yet. I'm really now more fixated on the fact like matthew perez. A from friends like you. They literally make moving a finger between the streaming services in the syndication. They make like twenty million dollars a year off of friends and that's after working on friends for eight years and making a million dollars an episode. So it's like just just enjoy like your money. Yeah no this is definitely like a strange move and announcing another shirt that he made that says. Could this be any more of a t shirt but above it has like three cartoons of chandler. Bang chandler's dancing. That's just like honestly like dead ass. Not good march and friends has done so many labs like the friends defending the friends theme. I feel like this is the worst piece of merch. I've seen i've seen official friends march and unofficial and they don't make clubs we were just talking about and i feel a lot of. It is very good like the branding strong. I'm surprised because i'm not understanding these shirts. Yeah no i agree. We're can you buy them You can buy them at the lincoln bio and what is the lincoln bio. I'm just curious. It's like i'm gonna go. It's like a merged company is represent dot com slash store.
"matthew perez" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"It's not gossip dot com. A friend of mine. Sent it to me. It's just sweet message. But i think mrs adorable congratulations. She's a smarty pants too. So the friends and matthew perez. He's gone through a rough patch and nice to see him finally happy. And now it's an naughtiest of the day norte. Tamminen halls crew is saying the show is putting their lives in danger. So members of the crew have spoken out to buzzfeed saying the producers more concerned about the show than the safety of the staff. Multiple staffers have tested positive for covid. Ninety and what other shows daily tests for everybody. I know they do that at today. Show wendy williams. Does it time run. These sources are saying only people that are close to her and contacted cameron get tested. Nobody else that doesn't feel right. So if you if you cope within six feet of taboo you have to be tested to protect tablet but if you if you got the answer for your a camera guy good luck. I think this is outrageous time. Run your names on the show it is. You might not be involved in this book. Get involved immediate. Pay on fixed-asset your name honey. I know her she so gorgeous. Yeah i've seen her in person to a mike. How's that possible. She's a christmas party. Not you know this year but last year and she was there an oh she's just just the most beautiful town morongo if you listen helou fix it and now it's time for of all so i have decided that i'm going to choose to think about winning not losing. I am going to think about winning every day and since i've been doing that even the small tasks like walking my dog a better. Everything's better when you're more positive. Get this the small decisions you make each day quickly. Add up they quickly add up to define the big picture of your liau. Small decisions When you get out of bed the mood you're in what you eat all these little decisions. If you're nice if you're kind all these little decisions feel like they mean nothing right now but in the long run in the big picture they will define you. What do you think you know. I agree with that. So funny i have a thing now where it just something as simple as making sure i make my bed. Do i have to make sure that. If i don't start without chaos in my whole day will be chaotic. So making my bed sets me off in a uniform way. Every day i love it. You know before i sit down and bright before i sit down into my word. I clean my desk. Just makes me feel like my mind is organized now. I'm not saying for us all to be neat freaks but think about your life. Think about what puts you in. A good mood will put you in a positive mood do. Hey we've ran out of time corey. Thank you for doing it with us. Every friday we love having you and thank you for listening to the naughty but nice with rob show. Production of iheart radio done began to subscribe on the iheartradio. I'm apple podcast. Wherever you listen and leave us a review remember everybody altogether now through.
"matthew perez" Discussed on /Film Daily
"To your work and full studio notes. Like a up tom. Sawyer is an fbi or american special forces agent in it because he wanted more makers in the cast. It's will one kid dishes like that. And it streaming now. I think it's on stars and it really is a disaster. It's a really unfunded humor free Dope headed pile of bullshit. And i'm very curious anybody else. You read the comic or member of the movie. Because i for life cannot remember a time whereas more. Let down by an adaptation of something. I have not read the comic. But i remember being incredibly disappointed by the move because i thought that the concept was so cool in two thousand three just like the. Oh my god. They're bringing together this way before avengers and all that stuff it was like the you know it was it was it seemed to me to be doing something You know that hadn't been done since the abbott and costello crossovers and stuff. Like that. And i was very excited about it and then immediately went down. I read the comic. I saw the movie both or the movie is banned. The comic is great. I don't know it's just for some reason. It's very hard for films to get alan more right. I don't know. I feel like the worst example is from hell which was like one of my favorite like graphic novels of all time and they made it into like this really shitty movie and i don't understand why like i know l. Has some like wild ideas but these these comics are pretty straightforward in terms of storytelling. So i really don't understand why it's so hard for filmmakers to just like get it right. I don't under- i it's a mystery. I wish someone would like examined this. I don't quite get it from. Hell is also very bad. Because the hughes brothers had a jack the ripper script in the studio had the right to from hill so they said let's just pop on hell from hell on the script in which is such a a cynical awful decision you should watch. You shouldn't watch any eleanor dacians because you've is also pretty bad it actually okay movie but a bad reputation from hells bad. Torme gentleman is bad. Debts watchmen movie is a failure An interesting one but a failure. All the way to hbo watchmen sequel to find anybody doing interesting. Onscreen with eleanor's work even that is them not trying to adapter. they're following up anyway. You should not watch which absolutely read the comic. And then he should open up all the websites that people have done to try to find all literary characters and references in every panel because. Oh my god is kevin. O'neill art lean so heavily on easter eggs and references and in jokes and it's a genuine work of genius Anyway i also watched the call. Available for rental on amazon is a new harm movie. I rent on it because it starts tobin bell and lin shaye of insidious and saw fame. I thought Horror royalty to elder states people of modern heart. I'm excited to see minutes. Our movie and Not worth very bad. They're supporting characters in. Don't watch the call and that's all i've seen okay Brad what have you been watching. I have been making my way through friends so obviously friends. He had shed lots of people. Have it when i was in high school and whatnot. I didn't really have any appointment television this even before. Dvr's were widespread in available and not super expensive I just never wanted my way to record a tv show or be somewhere to watch something on purpose. I watched a lot of movies in the movies. And things like that. And so i never really got into friends and i just kept putting it off but my girlfriend loves friends. She seen all of it and we decided to dive into it and so i recently completed the first season and the show. It's honestly really fun. I was at first. It feels a little dated. Because you know it's a sitcom style that's not use super often any more Live audience multi camera stuff and it. These federal comes usually have a tendency to feel a little force but the writing on friends is genuinely very witty and quick. You know the the sarcasm of matthew perez chandler's grade. Phoebe is a great quirky character. The dim witness of joey as an actors fund I it just has a lot of work elements In addition to the chemistry between everyone being phenomenal It's just a really good cast on the way they bounce off each other makes it work better than i had originally anticipated. So i've been having a lot of fun with it and it's been really interesting seeing a certain guest star pop up even before they became a lot more famous. Some people like steve. Zahn have early appearances in it. And then there's a little random things that i noticed like that. They're not necessarily like household names. But like the guy who plays hank. The security guard from the office has Had a very small role in episode was like. Hey and so. It's it's stuff like that. That makes it really fun. I also learned something interesting. That i did not know. I don't know how you know. Deeply real friends fans have dived into this necessarily. But there a friend's crossover episode with mad about you and it wasn't really a big deal but it was a weird explanation because at the time lisa kudrow had a role on mad about you. And it was airing the same time that friends was and for some reason the executives thought it would be confusing for people to see lisa cujo on both friends and mad about you to show set a new york city and thought they might not realize that they were two different characters and so what they did was had a. They explained that her character on friends. Andrew character on mad about you are twin sisters. So there's a whole thing where like helen hunt appears on friends and whatnot. And so it's very very odd and then from this. I also found out that in a way friends and mad about you and seinfeld all existing universe because there was a seinfeld. Mad about you crossover. But it doesn't entirely work. Because courtney cox appears in seinfeld has a completely different character at one point so that was just that really really interesting rabbit hole that i fell into when i was looking stuff up as i was watching the first season. I miss old. Tv show crossovers. Like when tgif would have like a crossover of all the shows or something. Yeah for sure and it's always silly but it was. It was definitely fun so curiosity. What is the last time. We've seen a crossover like that. I'm thinking of the new girl in brooklyn. Nine nine had crossover episode. But i'm trying to think if there is a more recent like classical sitcom crossover Since then yes first comedy shows. I don't i don't think i would. I mean maybe maybe the biggest the most famous one was when family guy and the simpsons did it. The new the new girl book nine nine was the only one i can think of Which is crazy because One of the main cares new girl who appears in brooklyn nine nine as well. And i'm forgetting his name but it's as another character to so it's just it's kind of funny that also they can't even get that. Like smoothly transitioned. I feel like nowadays is less of like the characters crossing over in. It's more of like there's a storm that's affecting all the show jamie like it happens at the same time were most recently. I think for the opening of disney's galaxies dej. There was a bunch of shows that they went to disneyworld or disneyland or something. Michael is approaching the nineties. Once a we all. Abc families go on the full house episode. where they go to disney is has cringe moment because The actor who plays. dj's boyfriend scott. Who's the voice of eric in the little mermaid appears as a latin disney parade. And he's wearing a little bit of brown faced like it's meant to just make him look just a tiny bit tan and it's like ooh that's probably not the best idea. Yeah yeah. I don't know that but i i know one of the recent ones like they had a bunch of shows. Go to disneyworld end. They must have only built once Or i don't even think they built the site. I think they actually went to disney world but the had like the same actor lake on hollywood tower terror like the same a cast member like working the ride in each of them i. I don't think that's shows crossed over so weird anyways or you say breckenridge said it's weird. Yeah what else have you been watching. I also finally got around to watching the trial of the chicago..
"matthew perez" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"Is that. Is that a lot of money? We're talking ten thousand marks. Would have backed off Nautilus money doesn't. Off of England. More than a five. Seems like it was a lot of yeah. They were just giving away a lot of weird things at the time like England to the Post. Just, curious, what the equivalence were, but it didn't do John, and he got all this stuff because he died in twelve sixteen, so the year after Magna Carta, and at the time he was also not popular, because the Medieval right of Matthew Perez wrote that Hell itself is made Fowler by the presence of George. Why did we book him to deliver the Eulogy? What's? There was a weird clauses in Magna. Carta one. They're given that it's held up as this. The start of British constitution. Basically, it was just stop the rule of law in England, and then became Britain. A lot of individual people mentioned bollock. Birthday. Shout out the Linhart. Basically that, but the opposite of a shoutout saying you'll banned from ever holding. So, if any of these people are listening Angola just going. Pizza Guy Philip and mark and your brothers and freeze. You'll nephew. None of you. Bob. Amount so SORTA. None of these people can hold office. Specific founding constitution to name Foreign Mary. They had one bit in Magna. Carta basically complete freedom of immigration. As long as you are merchant, you're allowed to come to Britain and work as much as you wanted. James, this is your throwing a cat amongst the pigeons. Interesting. Is it and they also? They said that no one she'll be arrested or imprisoned. Only appeal of a woman for the death of any person accepts her husband. I'm constantly accusing people of murder. Take seriously. There was this thought the women were constantly saying Oh this. Murdered someone and want to be trusted though I think one of the one of the reasons it was thought to be happening is because women are exempt from trial by Bastl, so if as a man accused someone else of having murdered someone then you could do a trial by battle where you'd have to fight that person and you might die, and so often. Men asked their wives to accuse the person instead. The with that person who you're used to be in a murderer, and you've lost that battle. Your final was. We'll be like see. I tell you it was. Like minority report is predicted. So. We thought there were only a few of the MAGNA Carta the around the place. We thought we knew how many were the most recent discovery of was in two thousand fifteen. And this was thirteen. Hundred one, which is so recently found a new one of these was found in a scrapbook. And Council archive in Sandwich in Kent and the really nice thing was it was kind of sandwiched. into the scrapbook. Just in that folded up and it's a bit. Taxi is moldy and a bit wet, but is it still a Magna Carta from thirty nine hundred? Ten million pounds yeah. They're all different shapes on the because the on parchment made of. Bodies. Made of Sheepskin, and so I, didn't realize that basically the thing that you wrote on, it was dictated to by the shape of the sheep, so if you had already fachet. Take big. Shots One On his brothers and his. Kind of Phil thanks. I've seen Magna Carta. You've seen mccarter. Went to exhibition at the British Library. In two, thousand, fifteen I, think it was and they only they didn't let many people in I, think there was one thousand two hundred seventeen people were allowed in to see it as a as a nod to the. Twelve to fifteen, but they let in twelve hundred. Profit. Climbed in through the Sorry you're right. It was twelve hundred and fifty..
"matthew perez" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks
"Allen could fill that role you can work and traffic. He's really good down. In the red zone he led the you know He. He led this entire draft class with touchdowns down in the red zone this year. At twelve so He's he's appoint producer and he'd be a great fit for them. I Love I love Brennan from Arizona State. I think he's a stud. He's tough competitive. Run after catch guy needs a little Polish But he can return as well so has some value there. And then you kind of like t higgins. I think we'll probably be there Whose real tall long and rangy. You're hoping you're drafting A. J. Green I don't think he's on that level but that's the style with which he plays So there's there's a little bit of concern with him just getting off. Press some of the better competition that they played later in the year. He struggled a little bit with that so I would say that group of wide receivers is probably the ones that will be staring at X. Question comes from date older. H With Aikman Beacon Journal Daniel. Thanks for time. I'm looking at the Browns at number ten and obvious need for offenses tackle. Can you Kinda give? I know you've mentioned a few of the guys and talked about him. But can you kind of give your overview for the offensive tackle landscape as as it relates to the browns and who might be the best fit for that outside zone scheme that ten minutes to fans? He's bringing sure I mean I think when you look at generic wills from Alabama He can really move and he's really good. Working up to the second level shows some of his athleticism there. He's he's a natural knee bender He's good and pass protection he just doesn't really get beat when you study Alabama. I think he's the second best tackle in the draft. I think he could plug right in. He played on the right side there. You've gotta left handed quarterback in to us. So he was really protecting his blindside. I think he could play on. Either side I think he'd be a wonderful fit there in that scheme. And then when you get to you know Andrew Thomas. I don't know that he's a great fit for that scheme. But IT'S A. It's an obvious upgrade forum. So I mean they could. They could do a lot worse than taking him. He'll be a steady solid player again. my issue with him. It's just some of the balance stuff and staying off the ground. You know the name that I would keep an eye on. I know there's a lot of people that really like Josh Jones from from. Houston I think Austin Jackson is going to go ahead of him. I think he's a better player and he's somebody that as we go through the combine. I think he's GonNa test really well and I think you're gonNA start hearing his name mentioned in that top fifteen type mix and if you want somebody to fit that offense. I don't know that anybody fits it better than him he is. He's only twenty years old. He's got great need Ben he can really move laterally. He's going to get better. You Know He. He donated his bone marrow to assist her over the over the off season so he he lost an offseason obviously speaks to. The kind of bribery. Isn't his character but lost that off season. He just needs to get physically stronger but as a twenty year old with that type of Athletic Ability. The upside is is really endless. And I think he's somebody that maybe people are sleeping on a little bit at this point in time. I have a feeling we come out of the Combine Austin Jackson would be a name. The Cleveland Browns. Be keeping an eye on. Thank you next. Question comes on Zach going with Carolina Panthers Daniel. I know you've been a fan of Matt rule for a long time. Why do you believe that he's poised to have success in the NFL with the panthers and how do you see him approaching his first draft? Well first of all MATT'S. He's just a leader. I mean if you're going to look for what you WanNa head coach you want somebody. That's going to be a leader this going to create an environment. That's very competitive. And he's going to have a football team. That's that's tough physical and I think when you follow him throughout his career that's followed him so it it's it's something that he takes time. He doesn't try and bake it in the microwave. He takes his time and does it the right way so I won't be surprised if you saw lean year. Maybe a of years. But he's GonNa eventually get all the people that that fit in that building and that's you know from a staffing standpoint to a to a playing standpoint and I think they'll have sustained success so I was happy that you know. They gave him such a long term deal so that he can do it the way it needs to be done and do it the right way. I think he's a leader. I think he's a leader of men and I think the Carolina Panthers. I don't know they could've made a better higher than that rule. And how do you see that him? Approaching the draft this year. Yeah I mean I think you're gonNA see those guys with with physicality toughness. I know you know Mike. Mayock last year talked about with the raiders draft his first draft that he kind of wanted to put his mark on it and he used the phrase foundational pieces. And so this is Matt rules draft to you know to pick up some foundational pieces and how he's going to build this program. So that's that's what I would expect. I would expect it'll be in his image which is tough physical fast when I went and visited with him at Baylor He talked about track. Background guys can really really run. They're confident in their ability to teach so there might be some guys especially once you get into the middle rounds. Maybe going guys go a little bit higher. But if they're tough on their fast and maybe they're not great football players right now. They're a little bit raw developmental I know. They have a lot of confidence in their group teachers to be able to get it out of them. So that's kind of the traits. I would keep an eye on for them. Just finding guys that are can really really run a really tough. Next question comes from Justin Roy Rogers with the Detroit News Wonder Circle back quickly to the lions at every Based on your your mocking your earlier comments seem Pretty set on the idea that Okuda best choice but on the big board you have derrick brown about tire treads. I've got you know. Significant needs of both positions there Considering the team's GONNA presumed be looking for meeting top reasons with the coach and GM on the hot seat can you? Can you just elaborate a little bit? Different a little bit more on the the choice. Mclean Okuda and Brown at three and explain why you went the route you did sure. Derrick Brown is to me. I have this the The same grade on Derrick Brown at his position as I do at Chesham on his position so I think he's phenomenal player He's he's the closest thing. Ironically to sue everybody in Detroit knows quite well so that that's who you reminded me of when you watch college tape just just so strong and powerful punch off block separate find the ball make plays. He plays really hard so he's he's outstanding and I think and you plug him in there He would make an immediate impact. Oh you'll make an immediate impact on every single down as an Interior player and Okuda You know look he's he's somebody that can you're GonNa let him just press and just mug people. At the line of Scrimmage. He's he's so long in twitchy and fluid He can find the ball everything I've heard about him. From a character. Standpoint is off the charts and some of the stuff that you hear about him in the workouts like jumping forty inches and it's going to be less than four percent body fat like just crazy stuff So both these guys are are special players outstanding players. I had them going with the corner. Just because you know I just. I thought what Jeffrey Okuda the chance for him to come in and play coverage. Work your defense back to front fit more of the philosophy. You know if you're going to kind of go by the Patriots and how they've done things and make the connection with Patricia. Kind of building up that secondary. They've kind of they've kind of flipped the script. I personally would would go front to back in and take the defensive Lineman but I look at the success defensively. The Patriots have had lately. They've done it with more premier players in the secondary than than at the line of scrimmage. So that's why I had Detroit Kennel looking in that direction. Thank you our next question comes from Kevin Bowen with ten seventy five Daniel. Thanks for doing this If you're Chris Ballard with pick thirteen and thirty four and forty four. How would you kind of handle the quarterback dilemma along with your other needs? Well I I would start by signing Philip rivers and I try and make a run at this thing for the next couple of years because I think they're pretty close I think Phillip would come in and give them an upgrade and then I think we're you're picking. They're picking at thirteen. I think I know there's so much depth and I've talked about the depth the receiver and I can show you studies. It'll show you how many impact players have come in the second third round And you can get good players in those positions. But I'm trying to get I if I'm if I'm colts right there. I'd be awfully tempted if you see a jury judy a CD Lamma Henry Rugs. One of those three guys were there. I think I'd go ahead and pull the trigger right there. Now you've changed your offense completely. Got A good offensive line. You you pair what you have already outside with one of those three receivers You Know Philip Rivers. I think you've got a chance to be a really really fun offense to watch and then you get into the second round you look at some other directions. They could go You know at that point time. Maybe if there's a quarterback that you like as your developmental quarterback You can look that route. Go that route Or you can just go with defensive tackle. That could you know has some real twitching. Some upside that can rush. And I think they'll have some options there when you look at guys like you know like a novel Gallimore. Somebody like that from Oklahoma Would make some sense there who's got some twitch and meant some real interior pass rush ability I think that Jordan Elliott's and named the come into the mix there from Missouri. Another guy that can really rush inside so They're they're in a great spot you know. I'm just curious to see what they do at the quarterback position first and foremost if they if they decide to stick with Kobe perset and WANNA go towards the draft at that point time. Gosh Jordan love. I don't think he's ready to play right away but man that is a huge upside. Pick and you get a chance to to let him develop. That could have a huge payoff. Thank you next. Question comes from Matthew Perez with Washington. Time I'm just kinda wondering what makes chase young that once in Gen generational talent but then also what can he do for the rest of the kind of unlock the Redskins Defensive Festival he goes. Well I think when you when you watch the watch. The last few games of the season you can see the benefit that he has for everybody else up front and just creating one on ones. He's draws so much attention. And you know I feel like it's interesting because I've used the phrase generational talent when I say that I it. It's almost like it's a slap in the face to to what Ohio states done. Because when you look at the buzzer brothers and how good they are You know he's in that he's in the group with those guys so I wanna clarify that he is. He's the best player in this draft class. I actually had a little bit higher grade on nick coming out than chase at a higher grade on chased Joey. Obviously Joey's been a. He's been a pro bowl perennial pro bowl players outstanding. But he's he's one of those type of guys in the impact he has not only as C. You know he's going to win his one on one when he gets them but he's GonNa create so many double and triple teams his way. It's going to be able to let the other guys eat a little bit so when you compare him up you know we look at Washington. Montas Sweat Monta Sweat GonNa see nothing but one on ones and he's GonNa have a chance to have a huge year if this is the pairing that ends up coming together. Thank you next. Question comes from Sam Forty Year with Washington Post Hey. Bj. What are your expectations for to stock into combine?.
"matthew perez" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation
"Considering the team's GonNa presumably looking for meeting talk reasons with coach and GM on the hot seat can you. Can you just elaborate a little bit? Different a little bit more on the choice that Clean Okuda Brown at at three and explain why you went the route. You did sure I There Brown is to me. I have the same grade on Derrick Brown at his as I do at chase him on his position so I think he's a phenomenal player. He's he's the closest thing. Ironically Doing Dhamma can sue In Detroit knows quite well so that that's who you reminded me of when you watch them on college tape just just so strong powerful He can really you know punch off block separate find the ball make plays plays really hard So he's he's outstanding and I think you plug him in there He would make an you talk about an immediate impact. Oh you'll make an immediate impact on every single down as an Interior Player and Okuda You know he's he's somebody that can you're GonNa let him just press and just mug people at the lines. He's he's so long and twitchy and fluid He could find the ball everything I've heard about him from a character. Standpoint is off the charts I mean some of the stuff that you hear about him in the workouts like jumping forty inches and going to be less than four percent body fat. Like just crazy stuff So both these guys are special players and outstanding players. I had Going with the corner Just because I you know I just I thought what Jeff Okuda the the the chance for him to come in and play coverage. Work your defense back to front fit more of the philosophy you know if you're GonNa Kinda go by the Patriots and how they've done things and make the connection with Patricia. Kind of building up that secondary They've kind of. They've kind of flipped the script. I personally would would go front to back and take the defensive Lineman but I look at the success defensively. The Patriots had lately They've done it with more premier players in the secondary then. Then at the line of scrimmage so that's why I had the choice Kinda looking in that direction thank you. Our next question comes from Kevin Bowen. With ten seventy five Kevin. Your line is open Daniel. Thanks for doing this If you're Chris Ballard with pick thirteen and thirty four and forty four. How would you kind of handle the quarterback dilemma along with your other needs? I I would start by signing Philip rivers and I try and make a run at this thing for the next couple of years because I think they're pretty close I think Phillip would come in and give him an upgrade and then I think where you're picking their You know you're picking at thirteen. I think you know I know there's so much death and I've talked about the depth of receiver and I can show you. You Know Studies. It'll show you how many impact players have come in the second third round And you're GONNA get good players in those positions but I'm trying to get I if I'm if I'm the colts right there. I'd be awfully tempted if you see Jerry judy a CD lamb henry rugs. One of those three guys were there I think I'd go ahead and pull the trigger right there. Now you've changed your offense completely. You've got a good offensive line. You you hear what you have already outside with one of those three receivers You Know Philip Rivers. I think you've got a chance to be really really fun offense to watch and then you get into the second round you look at some other directions. They could go You know at that point time. Maybe if there's a quarterback that you like is your developmental quarterback You can look that route. Go that route or you could just go with a defensive tackle. That could you know has some real twitching. Some upside that can rush And I think they'll have some options there. When you look at guys like you know like Nevo Gallimore. Somebody like that from Oklahoma Would make some sense. There who's got some twitching and some real Interior pass rush ability. I think that Jordan Elliott's a name that could come into the mix there Missouri. Another guy that can really rush inside. So they're in a great spot. You know I'm just curious to see what they do with quarterback position first and foremost if they if they decide to Stick with Kobe. Perset and WANNA go towards the draft at that point in time. You Know Gosh Jordan love. I don't think he's ready to play right away. But man that is a huge upside pick and You get a chance to let him develop. That could have a huge payoff. Thank you next. Question comes from my cake with NJ advance media quite your line is open a DJ You brought up the Eagles meeting wide receiver earlier in the first round but they often need. Help it cornerback. Who are a couple of guys that you would peg on maybe day to kind of address? The cornerback need or the safety need. They have yeah. It's it's a good group When you start getting day to Look guy like Aj. Terrell from clemson whose real tall Li Real real fluid a somebody that plays a variety of techniques as a really good. What's her come off the boundary to Which would be fun for gym shorts to play with a little bit? But he's You know he can be a little bit sticky when he has to work back downhill But he's a tall long athletic corner. I think he's at late one early to could end up slipping a little bit in the second round. We'll see what happens. Damon are net. I Love Damon are net He's twitched up from Ohio state He can find play the ball. He's a little bit tight but you can play him in press He's somebody I go in the second round Jeff Gladness from TCU kind of You know he's got some similarities to Denzel Ward Just under size real feisty He plays off. He's real fluid very aware And watch the Iowa. State game was one of the Games. I flipped on with him and it was a war watching him go up against that wide receiver. So He's another one in that range. The one that I think is going to go in the second round. That's fascinating to me is is a corner from Auburn. Uh Bonetti I'm GonNa get that name right but when you combine. I'm sure that But he's one that he's he's just were really explosive. He's a former wide receiver. He was attract guy. They moved him to corner. Really really ultra twitched up buddy struggles to play. The football and that to me is my concern. You didn't have any receptions. He's always phase in the right position. And then especially the lsu in Alabama Games. He just struggled to find. Play the ball so I think he'll get draft in the second round based off traits But there's Still some development to take place there and then another name I would just throw in the mix would be You know digs. We'll see what happens with with from Alabama. Who's got some you know. He's got some acute to lead type skills Questions just pure speed but real fluid obviously to fund the funds brother. They're wide receiver with the Vikings so Former wide receiver kickoff returner Really really really skilled athletes and the question is just how you know. How is each speech? It's just okay as a tackler so it's a good group. I think if you WANNA take a corner in the second round. I think that's Kinda that list of names you be choosing from and I think there's a lot of good players in that group. Thank you next. Question comes from Matthew Perez with Washington Time. Anti your line is open I was just kind of wondering what makes Chase young that went in generational talent but then also what can you do for? The rest of the defense can unlock the redskins defensive. That's where he goes. Well I think when you when you watch the watch. The last few games of the season you can see the benefit that he has everybody else up front and just treating ones He's draws so much attention. And you know I feel like it's interesting because I've used the phrase generational talent When when I say that it's almost like it's a slap in the face to what states done because when you look at the both brothers and how good they are You know he's in that he's in the group with those guys so I do want to clarify that he is. He's the best player in this draft class. I actually had a little bit higher grade on nick coming out then chase Higher Grade on chasing. Joey obviously always been a you know he's been in a pro bowl perennial pro bowl players outstanding. But he's he's he's one of those type of guys in the impact he has not only is he You know he's GonNa win his one on ones when he gets them but he's GonNa create so many double and triple teams his way. It's going to be able to to let the other guys eat a little bit though when you compare him up you know. Look at Washington. Montes's sweat wet Montas. We're GONNA see nothing but one on ones and he's GonNa have a chance to have a huge year. This is the pairing that ends up coming together. Thank you next. Question comes from crease. Boil with Daytona Beach News Journal. Chris your line is open. Hey Dan just wanted to compare and contrast the draft chance for a couple of running backs from Daytona Beach Appalachian State Darren Evans and UCS ADRIAN. Killing the type of schemes. They Roll Schemes. Enroll them best bitten. And what grades. Do you have in both of those kids? Yeah sure obviously one of them's Close to my heart. They're talking about Darren Evans that my daughter APP state He's outstanding man. He has big time big time issues. Both these kids obviously killings attract star. you know he's got us but Darren ten He's go much higher. He's got a chance to go in the third round range You know the first tape I popped on was UNC. Charlotte. He Goes Eighty. Seven for touchdown. You know I remember you know just paying attention to him as a obviously a fan of the team having gone there Penn state game. He has a long kickoff. Return against them. Freshman year He you know zone scheme one hit and go if you look at where he most of what he did in the in the last few games with the forty niners to me. This is the same kid. Is this exact same skill set so if you are in that that Shanahan System Shanahan scheme? We're seeing all over the league right now. he's GonNa those teams are GonNa love him because he can get lateral one foot in the ground. Get up field and explode He needs to get better and pass protection. He knows that he's got to get a little bit stronger But he's GonNa be involved in the screen game and you get a crease. He's going to go so I I'm a big fan of his. I think again I. I think he's got a chance to be a third round type player Killings I was a little surprised I don't think he's going to the combine Which was surprising now. He's he's obviously really little. He's at East West. He was five so seven three zero five seven. Three hundred. Sixty two pounds But he's a two hundred meter champion. The State of Florida. He's got quick feet You get to the perimeter. He's gone he just. I wrote down my comparison. The Anthony Thomas in the kind of career he's had spot play. Use Them on special teams kind of more of a almost kind of a gadget player But at one hundred and sixty two pounds as you can expect. There's not a lot of place drinks So I think he's a he's going to be a late round pick he might even be an undrafted free agent But if you want to bring in somebody that's got some poppins juice And it's kind of create some low for him and a gadget variety. That's that's what you're GONNA get there. Were killing thank you? Next question comes from Sam Fourth Year with Washington Post Sam. Airline is open. Dj what are your expectations for to stock the combine? And and how high do you think he herbert love? All three of them could rise between now and the dress well with two. It's just medical you know. And it's not. His stock is now going to be impacted by what gets out in the media. Because what gets out in the media is GONNA get out for a reason so I don't know that we're going to know where that's.
"matthew perez" Discussed on Channel 33
"Think it's helpful that these people are around at least up until until now because they're not restricted by the perception. They're not. They're not they don't have to worry about how whatever they say. Whatever they say is GonNa look two months from now? They're not going to be here two months. <hes> you know they're going to be on the stage. That's a good point <hes> and so now we've done for four plus hours of all these people and I I think that's fine. It's I these C._N._N.. Town halls that many of them got <hes> you know I don't think they can go and say we'll. The American people haven't had a chance to see me totally true. I I just think that I think did and I and I think that it's going to be totally. It'll be just when they get winnow down. <hes> it'll be interesting to see if we ever get to a point where we're saying you know sanders in Bernier I mean is sanders. ZANDER's warrant are or will you please go after each other. This is just getting monotonous. You know I mean he's GonNa is they're going to be a time where the public calls for the truth is to end before the truce. Was it before you know the the truth is in themselves couple of things. I want to clean up here before we get out of here our friend anyway. I going back to that point sure I did Miss Marianne Williamson tonight. We didn't need a delaney. We could've used Williamson the <hes> our friend Chris made a sense this one from Delaney who is still reeling David from getting clobbered by Elizabeth Warren last night <hes> a day later he released his response in his George Costanza jerk store moment fantast. She had that whole bit about why do you run for president doesn't if you don't have them vicious ideas he he slept on it and then he finally came up with something twenty four hours later go. This is so he's GonNa read it. Do we need to read it. No it's so long. Nobody's going to read it. That's the whole point is like not only. Did it. Take you to come up with it but it's like it. It's like there's it's a whole verse written in the style of what warrants that it starts at. I don't understand why anyone it goes through the trouble of running for president. If they get bub-bubba so put it took him a day <hes> that good job John Delaney and goodbye forever Matthew Perez on twitter says when David said last night that John Hickenlooper needs to go on Bravo Evo- <hes> technically he's already been episode of top chef so he's already hit that mark and he has a photo of John Hickenlooper top chefs the whole season in in Colorado Colorado. You were more right than you know. It's great <hes> Abby Huntsman of the Huntsman family and the view said on twitter night pretty sickening to listen to build a blasios opening statement about crime when two nights ago someone I know was mugged and robbed in mid town <hes> right in front of a bunch of people one of many sad examples recently the city he represents so abby huntsman knows someone who was mugged. Did you see the response to that yeah. It was just incredible. Semi just responded to basically with the plot of the warriors and she responded back. She was just like yes. It's very sad very sad. These things that are happening we can do better we can do better didn't have to deal with these mime gangs next debates <hes> David or on September twelfth and thirteenth couple of things things. I think we've set up one is everybody on twitter was wishing for tonight and has very ready for is Bernie and warn against Biden. This has been <unk> happening all in absentia <hes> they've been. They've been doing this not on the same stage. <hes> we saw John. Delaney got all the moderate centrist attacks <hes> he was up to him to deliver them now it's up to Biden <hes> and it's up to them to attack by so that that will happen in the next <hes> set of debates the other one when you and I were talking about last night which is the Bernie and Warren conundrum was good piece in politico but had they been so friendly with one another almost declared a kind of detente if not a truce and yet both of them need the other's votes to go anywhere in this election so what.
"matthew perez" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"Will be put to the Tory party's membership. Rub it, first of all is Boris Johnson unstoppable pretty much. Yes, yes, he got the big MO in the in, in, in the first round to an unexpected degree. And his main rival is Jeremy hunt and Jeremy hunt. If he's got any. Sense of self knowledge, left, bossed realize, if he goes between the faithful and the with before the membership, which is anywhere between a hundred twenty eight hundred sixty thousand depending, what particular Tori figure you take, but it's a tiny electorate and of a very particular outlet. Thank going to go for Boris not for him almost coronation is on the way, rather astonishingly, Brian, you all, like myself an outsider to this country, and you may therefore be as perplexed as myself by Boris Johnson's perennial popularity. What, what do you think is his secret because people do like him the, the interesting thing about this? I I've been toying with this idea for a while, because I've looked at Trump, and I've looked at Boris, and I think there's some perilous some differences. Well, one of the strong parallels that's happened in this contest is people. Have this cognitive bias, where existing scandals are baked in right? New scandals are somehow disqualifying, but existing scandals, you already know about are much less disqualified. And so with Trump people knew about. All this stuff, and so any individual scandal was not a knockout blow. Whereas people fixated on Hillary Clinton's comparatively minor Email scandal. Right. The same is happening in the Tory leadership. Contest were a lot of the headlines are about drug use an opium, taking in, in a wedding or Michael go of using cocaine couple decades ago and not a lot has been taken on the stuff that we know about Boris, which is decades and decades of really, really serious candles. And so, I think that's the secret is he's, he's got this persona where people assume this is how he's going to be he behaves this way. And they just say, well, that's Boris. And that's the same thing that happens with Trump robot on on which subjects all of those in existing scandals. Matthew Perez conservative columnist and indeed, former conservative MP wrote of Boris Johnson in the times last week, a habitual Loya cheat a conspirator with the criminal Powell to have an offending journalist ribs, broken a cruel betray of the women, he seduces a politician, who connived in a bid for a court order to suppress mention of a daughter he fathered, a do nothing mayor of London. And the worst foreign secretary in living memory, a Sony from old that I mean, do you think that's fair? I know Boris. As a catalog. It is pretty accurate. How can I go for them? I think both of you leaving. I is this extraordinary sense of the autumn leaf death spiral of the Tory party and what you get with parties party's been in power for some time. And it happens with this peculiar, hot, cold hypocrite, hypocr, hypocritical, color of British snobbery, is it? They have entitlement. I was talking to a very very senior civil servant yesterday. Very experienced so experience. He had to be cold cold back to save the intelligence apparatus at he said, don't think it's just Tori. The Blairites were like this as well..
"matthew perez" Discussed on Talking Politics
"I see that not really an ideological terms, but as an attempt to try to keep onsite conservative reminders. If you say, what's the problem, conservative party faces at the moment is that it's old electoral coalition, which was in some difficulty must be set before we yet two thousand sixteen is fractured and that the Brexit part of it has become stronger for obvious reasons, since the, the referendum, and he's trying to keep the tour remain vote on side, and he doesn't seem to think that the fear of Coubanou sufficient to keep them on. They are being offered, essentially a tax cut to stay this option there that for the people who it's thought that corbin's policy's very appealing to, which is a large propose. Brazil electric unless the Brexit issue might Trump that and Johnson doesn't need to make an offer to them beyond Brexit. But the people he does need to make author to Tories for whom his Brexit strategy is not appealing, little that suggestion, I've made about what he's thinking and ways almost fashion all American, which is the idea that there's a kind of group that you can appeal to on for one better word, cultural grounds that you don't need to make an economic over two and there's a more affluent group who might traditionally voted right? But having doubts for other reasons that you need to make an economical Fatu, and if you can put those things together, you might get over do I study eight percent or something. And then you just squeaking over the line. If you think of it, the conservatives, electrical problem is they gotta fold onto a seat light Mansfield win back. Seek light limited and work. And I think that you hold onto Mansfield on Brexit side, and you use a tax cut to try and win back lenton warrant tax got plus culture is. Also quite Trump ish. It is. So if we do the Trump comparison, which is doing the rounds has been around for quite a while. So one thing that is really striking. Yes, he has cheerleaders in the press, but there is a kind of never Boris movement out there as well within the conservative party. I can't remember anything similar to this. So, for instance, Matthew Perez, it's going to play a role like maybe George will someone in the United States is very senior conservative journalist who is absolutely kind of viscera ting of Johnson's character and his has been saying for months if not years over my dead body, ROY still one of the candidates again is playing an Mitt Romney style role in these comparisons. Don't exactly work. But if someone who is running for this office to within a party that will have to hold together, whoever wins, say, more or less as he was saying yesterday, I d want this man in charge of Britain's nuclear deterrent. There is that strain now in British politics, which wasn't there before within a party, which is the die. Heart. Opponents are much much more vocal and its own character. Ms absolutely explicitly on characters kind of people who know this man who've worked with this man who really know what goes on behind the scenes that trying to warn you of something. And of course, over recent political movements, I would say the world, Lisa kessel is the never Trump movement. I think that that's right. That an awful lot of conservative MP's, don't like Boris Johnson at all. They don't trust him. They don't backed him. They don't think of him as one of them for a long time. This was the conventional wisdom about why he wouldn't become prime minister because to win the leadership of the party, you need to come first or second in the balloting of MP's, and then go to the runoff off before the members..
"matthew perez" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist
"To the globalist coming to you live from studio. One here at Missouri house in London. Find Georgina Godwin coming up, I personally believe that it is in the best interest of the UK to leave the European Union with the deal, I believe there is a good deal on the table. Obviously, it will be whoever succeeds me as prime minister to take this issue forward, but who will not be to resume steps down as the head of the conservative party today. We'll look at what happens next then Russia's signs, a major deal with Chinese firm, qua-, does, this establish new, global foot lines intact and across to our Tokyo bureau to discuss hashtag Q two, along with the front pages under roundup of the latest in technology. That's all right here on the globalist with me. Tutina gaudron. Today to resume steps down as leader of the conservative party. But she'll stay on as prime minister until a successor is chosen the contest to replace her begins, formerly on the tenth of June, the unofficial jostling for position has been ongoing for some time MP's will select a shortlist of two and then members of the party will choose which of them will be the next leader. Well, we'll find out how the technical side of that works in a moment with Terry STI estimate. But first, we have Matthew Perez on the line, the political journalist, broadcaster and former conservative party member of parliament must be thanks very much for joining us. This field of candidates has shrunk slightly, but it's still pretty unwieldy, and we may yet see more people throw their hat into the ring will this race be decided on how the candidates proposed to deal with Brexit. Yes. Definitely will you're right. They the field is incredibly large, but it is going to shrink and it'll shrink quite fast. I think starting starting in the next day or two on nominations close on Monday for for for for the race. And once omens of closed no one else can join, and anyone who hasn't got five percent. Well, anyone who actually anyone who hasn't got eight conservative MP, supporting them is out automatically, so they don't even enter the race so to speak. And then for the first round, you gotta get five percents of the second round ten percent. So the be the consequence of all that is that the field will very rapidly shrink down to three or four and we know pretty well who they're going to be. For all of them. The question will be Brexit. I mean Michael gov bars. Johnson who who the other couple that you think are serious contenders for this, then Jeremy hunt is serious contender Dominic Robb, who is the even more Brexit city than than Boris Johnson. So the Brexit side is, is, is Dominic Robb is most Brexit Boris Johnson is pretty Brexit. Joe Jeremy hunt is sort of in the middle. And Michael g-o-v is the only one to say that we don't necessarily have to leave on the thirty first of all, Tober, and that he would ask for an extension if we hadn't done a deal he'll says that he'd keep an ideal under the table. What does that mean? What he's trying to indicate. I think is is that he he wants? He wants if we if we can't get a deal we have to leave, but he doesn't want to go on about it, and it isn't what he wants to happen. And he really wants to get a deal it, it's all. Associates, strange language now with the conservatives and nobody does say that we, we weren't necessarily won't leave unless we, we get a deal. No one does say that any longer. They all say that. We're definitely going to leave. So it's only a matter of indicating just how enthusiastic they ought to get a deal or just how ready they are to leave without a deal. Well, Dominic Robb wants to prorogued parliament to force through a new deal exit. I mean this is being hailed as undemocratic. And this absolute horror that it would then involve the Queen in the row. Yes, he hasn't said he wants to, but he said he'd be prepared to. And it, it is a pretty appalling idea. You can just about justify Endre, unwritten constitution. If parliament has been paroled, which is to say it isn't sitting then, the executive, the government can do more or less what it likes. That's what our constitution says..
UK's May quits as party leader
"Today to resume steps down as leader of the conservative party. But she'll stay on as prime minister until a successor is chosen the contest to replace her begins, formerly on the tenth of June, the unofficial jostling for position has been ongoing for some time MP's will select a shortlist of two and then members of the party will choose which of them will be the next leader. Well, we'll find out how the technical side of that works in a moment with Terry STI estimate. But first, we have Matthew Perez on the line, the political journalist, broadcaster and former conservative party member of parliament must be thanks very much for joining us. This field of candidates has shrunk slightly, but it's still pretty unwieldy, and we may yet see more people throw their hat into the ring will this race be decided on how the candidates proposed to deal with Brexit. Yes. Definitely will you're right. They the field is incredibly large, but it is going to shrink and it'll shrink quite fast. I think starting starting in the next day or two on nominations close on Monday for for for for the race. And once omens of closed no one else can join, and anyone who hasn't got five percent. Well, anyone who actually anyone who hasn't got eight conservative MP, supporting them is out automatically, so they don't even enter the race so to speak. And then for the first round, you gotta get five percents of the second round ten percent. So the be the consequence of all that is that the field will very rapidly shrink down to three or four and we know pretty well who they're going to be. For all of them. The question will be Brexit. I mean Michael gov bars. Johnson who who the other couple that you think are serious contenders for this, then Jeremy hunt is serious contender Dominic Robb, who is the even more Brexit city than than Boris Johnson. So the Brexit side is, is, is Dominic Robb is most Brexit Boris Johnson is pretty Brexit. Joe Jeremy hunt is sort of in the middle. And Michael g-o-v is the only one to say that we don't necessarily have to leave on the thirty first of all, Tober, and that he would ask for an extension if we hadn't done a deal he'll says that he'd keep an ideal under the table. What does that mean? What he's trying to indicate. I think is is that he he wants? He wants if we if we can't get a deal we have to leave, but he doesn't want to go on about it, and it isn't what he wants to happen. And he really wants to get a deal it, it's all. Associates, strange language now with the conservatives and nobody does say that we, we weren't necessarily won't leave unless we, we get a deal. No one does say that any longer. They all say that. We're definitely going to leave. So it's only a matter of indicating just how enthusiastic they ought to get a deal or just how ready they are to leave without a deal. Well, Dominic Robb wants to prorogued parliament to force through a new deal exit. I mean this is being hailed as undemocratic. And this absolute horror that it would then involve the Queen in the row. Yes, he hasn't said he wants to, but he said he'd be prepared to. And it, it is a pretty appalling idea. You can just about justify Endre, unwritten constitution. If parliament has been paroled, which is to say it isn't sitting then, the executive, the government can do more or less what it likes. That's what our constitution says.
"matthew perez" Discussed on Remainiacs - the Brexit Podcast
"What is it that we can do, if there is a second referendum to stop that shit from replaying? Speaking of the conservatives, which he would doing Nina. We'll talk about defecting Tory voters centered on Brexit betrayal. But Joan Harris retina interesting thing about disaffected Tory remains in the guardian this week. And he said it feels to me as if something is afoot akin to the mast waking up to the state of the country. The happened in nineteen Ninety-seven, only this time there is no universally popular political force that can mow Poppel. The exile is Tony Blair's Labour party did and we have seen, you know, we've seen a bit of a fightback from Tory remain as this week with Michael Hesseltine standing up again. And then, Matthew Perez said that he would vote lip Devon, and he thought any Tori remained should vote lip them. And this is John Harris. Roy are that really that many of these people, do you think I think there are many? I think was it. The words of one cabinet minister recently where he said, if you go anywhere whereas, you know, a potential voter has books on their shelves and they're. Don't go to. They're not going to be voting for us. But I do think the conservatives will pivot more towards the Brexit party. And I think that this is a mistake that labor is making as well. Right. So that the conventional wisdom that it's working class labor who like really support the Brexit vote. And therefore they, they can't become more of a party over Mainers. I think the data shows that that is factually incorrect. It's actually kind of the upper middle class kind of Tory voters who are more Brexit t- than the lower working classes, and is just to follow on the point of what in just said, you know, there's I don't think the country has seismically changed when it comes to public opinion on Brexit, if anything were split right down the middle. And the question is, how do you mop up the remain vote in a current and successful way? And these elections are very much going to be a demonstration of the fact that, that doesn't currently exist post Olsen pivoted a little bit too, not quite remains, but certainly the less extreme wing of the Tory party. This week that feeling that amber Rudd in particular might be falling into line behind him. You know almost almost as if they were accepting the inevitable and just trying to change his mind, rather than anything else. But you you're not you're not convinced that Boris would definitely go for not law. You. I'm not convinced of that. I mean Boris is ultimately out for himself and despite all the bravado of, you know, weaken stomach on odeal Brexit. And then the you will come back negotiating to us. I mean Dmitri is the. Once we're on fire. They'll be out. Exactly. It's amazing. How cavalier politicians are about this fine. But I think the realities of what actually happens if we go into deal. Brexit archery and borsch Johnson and the other cabinet ministers will have been briefed on this extensively. Not only by the treasury, but also in terms of, like national security, you know, it could be uttered Sastre I mean I'd love to, I don't think he would really be willing to take us there, because I think then that is a conservative party finished. And he, he will be finished after that we go into such on chartered political territory is very difficult to see how PM Boras who takes us over the cliff into no deal. Brexit, emerges, victorious as Churchillian candidate that he's always imagined himself to be what do you think would happen in the event of a note? He'll look I mean obviously, you're GDP would increase by about twelve percents of God. Patrick men for the article about. And he's very confident. I think let's focus on the negotiations with the EU because I think that's a really important question. Why now the base advantage. The UK actually has in negotiations with the EU is that the EU has a preference for smooth off ramp. The UK and a you a traveling on a bus in the highway, the UK has decided to get off this highway and the EU wants to minimize this reaction to themselves in that businesses when that happens if answer, there's an inclination anything that the negotiating is detracting from a status core, there a way things work. Now there's a way things will work in the future. That way will be more limited. And so you kind of pulling away from something that exists, once you go over the cliff edge. And the AU is under trade law on just what they will do is review, you back to.
"matthew perez" Discussed on KGO 810
"By Arizona license at risk. What took so long? Gentlemen. To kind of survey. James? The Arizona Republic before the cap times the first newspaper to really report on what was happening with children coming across the border, and what was happening with southwest key was the Arizona daily independent and on the line. We have the education editor from the daily independent, Loretta Honeycutt. A welcome to the conservative circus. You spend hours Loretta talking to whistleblowers with southwest cay. As did I and you really got to know a lot about the leader. Dr wan L president day Sanchez. So you're probably not surprised that today will we learn that the southwest cay has been put on notice at all, you know, that was lower spend our how he had kinda sold himself as a messianic figure to the children. And how hard it was for them to try to communicate with officials within the organization to tell them about their very serious concerns for these kids and how they were treated as not professional social workers, but you know, made the nannies and their concerns were dismissed and. So many of them stayed on board in order to protect the kids as much as they could a lot of them couldn't deal with it at all. And pled when I saw them described as flipping an arrogant. I thought oh that was our experience trying to talk to them, and it was impossible to get information from them because they had that almost cult like atmosphere. One of the things one of the whistle blowers told me it was that was disease breaking out there. Some of the workers they were getting kind of hands either were afraid of sexual abuse towards the kids. I filed a report, and it seemed like the regard to follow through on it. Then all of a sudden, what nothing it was like, we were told we looked into this thing are we find no problems with it. And then they they moved on that was the state back then. What do you think happened with the state today? The Dow all of a sudden they're seeing the very things that I talked about on the air back in two thousand fifteen and you had in the daily independent. Spend a lot of time today thinking about the complaint you filed and how brave you were to do that. Because there was a lot of resistance back then to any action with regards the kids thought about how it really had become a game. And for the Republicans. It was game of hot potato hot potato. No one wanted to touch it. It was if we touch it we might be accused of being racist. And for the Democrats it was a game of Mr. potato head. We can make look any way we want to we can make them look like victims can make them look like heroes. We can make them look like adults who who made the choice or we can. But never can we make them. Look like what they really are which was products for the cartels. And so you don't none of this surprises. But it's so bad to think how many kids you were brave. You came forward you were willing to take the swings and the arrows. And how many kids were lost over that time because the other adults were either playing a game of hot potato or Mr. potato head? We have Arizona daily independent editor Loretta Honeycutt on the line. You know, we were also in on the very beginning. Won't we started to get reports of kids coming across the border. They were treated now in cages, you know, with a with a border patrol. But after a while we were able to go and take tours to there, we see that. At the time wasn't a big deal. I mean, the border patrol was taking care of the kids. But isn't it funny? When we talk about southwest cay wants the migrant children get here, they are like behind curtains. We can't see anything. The only information we can get is from whistle blowers. Talk about that. And that's what's so disturbing about it. You know, when you have a school a kid in school? You should be able to. Make a spot inspection to make sure that everything's okay. But they hide behind the cloak of refugee resettlement, the protection afforded through the office of refugee resettlement at a lot of stuff is going on in those shelters, and we can't see that any other situation like that would disturb adults and say, hey, what am I not seeing? You know, we sent our young reporter Matthew Perez on the first tour, and and that was a border patrol. And he said, you really got the sense that you weren't seeing everything there is to see. And I think that's it when you talk to those whistle blowers. They would talk about how when dignitaries would come in. You know, the kids would be lined up. They would be cleaned. But when they weren't there you have little girls being raped by thirteen members, you had MS thirteen members threatening southwest cay. Male employees who had kind of got you know, we're onto the game and knew what was going on. And anytime, you can't see anything you really have to wonder what it is. They don't want you to see you know, they talked about how it was the protection of the children's privacy. Well, when Rahul GRA Haba wanted to come and see those kids they didn't care about the kids privacy because he was using those kids as pawns that's his political, you know, toys, and so it's kind of amazing to me that that didn't alarm more adults. But as I said before I think, it was such a sensitive subject that the people and had become so political that no one wanted to ask questions what we don't know. Can't hurt us sort of thing. We have the red one Honeycutt from the Arizona daily independent in the. The center ring of the circus. I want to ask you one more question here because you you've talked about it's good that, you know, in a strange way because of the Trump administration. Now, the Democrats are trying to blame kids safety especially migrant kids safety on the administration, even though he's just carrying on the policies of previous administrations. But for some reason now you have southwest key being questioned being looked at possibly losing their license. You talked about all the kids who were lost in the interim. What exactly did you mean? Well, we were told by social workers. And this was the same story was told by numerous whistle blowers that they were required to get one clean fingerprint. And let that was they needed one adult to come forward with the fingerprints that would pass a criminal clearance and not Ray. And in some instances, even though the person they were handing the child over to had a very serious criminal history. With key would say, that's not your trouble. That's you don't be bothered with that and the kid over and or a couple of social workers Zo instances where the straws that kind of broke their back. And they said, I can't I can't do this. I have to come forward because they knew that they were handing over kids to criminals. Often times the female social workers would tell the little girls tells them that you're a victim of rape or sexual assault. And they might be more cautious about who they send you to. So there was a great over reporting of rape and sexual assault. Little girls had to get used to the idea that they were claiming that they had done assaulted that also required that they understood what that meant which was a tragedy in and of itself. But you know, the social workers did everything they could to protect the kids. Unfortunately, there were very few resources and very few people interested in their plight. Now, Loretta Honeycutt, people are interested in left to pull the license or a question, the license of a south west key. Again, you were one of the first ones that were on this story. I think things got real Senator Grassley requested information all of a sudden that made it easier for you to tell the story. And now late today, we have a lot of other national publications that are contacting you about the story. It's a surreal world. We are living. It is James. I was thinking about. The call that we got from the office of refugee resettlement right before Grassley hearing, and they called and they said Loretta you won the lottery today. And I said, what do you mean? And they still Grassley has requested the exact same documents you have. So we have to turn them over to you. You know, the Obama administration was very opaque. They were probably one of the most secretive administration. So when we got that package from the office of refugee resettlement, we did feel like we had won the lottery the contents of the lottery with painful slog through and very many sad stories, but you don't I guess we just have to be grateful that people care now. We have to be grateful that people care now. And again, I'm not for illegal immigration. I'm not for this whole migrant thing. But you what they're here. And it is reprehensible how a lot of these kids were treated at south west key. And we tried to tell folks about it years ago. But the fact that they're getting around to it now is a good thing. But what about all the kids that were lost in the process? We're not going to stop thinking in praying for them and trying to find out a what happened because this was an insidious program that came about under the Obama administration. Do not forget that I'll give you the latest with Cavanaugh the Cavanaugh hearings. We'll give you the latest at six twenty. It is fourteen minutes after the hour time for eastside. Westside traffic.
"matthew perez" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Oh you musical relic so here in the right place spoken to the dish of big mouth the pop culture podcast with people listened to too many records too much tally on read too many books i'm andrew harrison and journey sean patent dependable cliff from steps to enthusiastic h from steps although sean thank you i noticed this week onto that you've been revisiting two of your favorite interviews of all time matthew perez and shaking stevens silence of was the no in the same into mush if they did yes i go back to these interviews and get sucker for them it's bit weird in particular well because they reveal the barking insanity pined each individual the math ly paris they ask him what your favorite shop is and he says i only shop for light bulbs i just love that's brilliant and he will only go to screw fix that's the only place go to presume the other people go and get his groceries he also collects the elastic fans postman wrap his post round and he's got one now the size of a football he's like a hold on hold biscuit so he is he swims in the thames he's you know and i think it's this was in them this was in the standard wasn't it wasn't a standard shaky shaky has had his body frozen he's also given up drinking but has a few glosses sometime i'll just body i want cryogenically yeah they didn't go into enough i wanted to know more but he frozen i didn't get enough info about that but he's yeah he's right brian met shaky before he was quite bunny that was a guardian we'll look them up would you like to introduce one of our special guests today i certainly she's a right to an calmest about music tv and general culture for the guardian among others and she's now on the teddy beat who's winning the battle of difficult second seasons westworld or the handmaid's tale are they both suffering from stories that were well told him one season it's rebecca nicholson array all right thank you how are you i'm okay thanks i have to say i've given up on watching both westworld and dumb as for that very reason i call him i just can't deal with the hundred stat anymore it was too bleak as recorder about thirty seven episodes and just everything got worse jefferson i i felt it was my duty i remember seeing someone i really have to watch it of course after what you have to get in and she said you could just leave you could just not both series what you've got is the strong impression that the story ended at the end the season the the story is at ended so why continue the story after the the things have been said with the ham may style especially the story has quite literally ended the book finished the story ended so i mean yeah i haven't got room in my life any more of this you will say covering roseanne which raised and then that was that was good wasn't it she hoisted herself by her own patrol did she that was an interesting one i think i reviewed it as a comedy and i wasn't even raise unfunded i did i did love raison on i felt like because it had courtesy with trump's sports did not didn't necessarily mean that it shouldn't be used as a comedy but i mean just all ended spectacularly badly beaten yes santa more we understand you've also recently vanished from twitter is this possible can you give us some tips i did i got slightly tired.
"matthew perez" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Adopt erased in buildings and churches de provide a very important century for them and see his ted by working in partnership to try and find these tailored the steak solutions for churches we think that's much more effective by addressing the issues so you can either protect the building by letting them stay in the rueful also you've also experimented of new and other places with special sort of access for the bats they can get in in a different way that hasn't involve me that might have been involved the cool they've used holes that the bats can into their ruses roots without damaging the building that's what i've read but i haven't been involved with that that's an easy way to continue to to to live with the bat they are very very small creatures and i think that they reflect the whole environment that they live in they feed on insects if you've got a lot of insects around you've got a lot of insects pollinating all the crops in the flowers and everything that's around you know we need to hold diversity and i think the prisoner bats reflects that we've got a good healthy environment to live in stone thank you for joining us the times eight minutes to nine the home secretary goes the delicate balance of the cabinet is interfered with potentially theresa may's own stewardship of the home office wants more in the limelight and of course the wind rush scandal still very much there in the background amelia gentlemen is here is the guardian reported break the wind rush storing is coveted since last year and on the line matthew perez the times columnist and former mp morning she both your thoughts this morning and meet amelia we don't yet have the name of the new secretary we knew the departing one has departed where does it bring things you.
"matthew perez" Discussed on WLOB
"An atheist matthew perez who is an atheist that writes for the london times who says boldly that in his experience with the african colonies the colonies are countries in africa that used to be colonized by great britain in his experience with those countries he believes that quote unquote this is an atheist speaking christian evangelism is the only solution because he says without it without it you they these communities these countries these cultures will suffer the malign fusion of nike the cell phone and the michetti now what is matthew peres saying he's saying that even as an atheist i recognize that i enjoy my freedoms within the context of this christian evangelism which is set up a culture with the greatest measure of human freedom that we've ever enjoyed an outside of that debate things of fallen apart quite frequently robespierre for example tried to take an atheist view to a revolution and we suffered in france suffered the fate of the guillotine why is the american revolution different from the french revolution what primarily it would go back to its assumption in terms of its undergird its foundation for its world view that they build that free culture upon now can enjoy and engage in the debate because you recognize that somebody's right and somebody's wrong yes you can but i would ask you if you're going to declare me to be wrong what measuring rod are you going to use to declare me to be wrong other than power and privilege if you don't get go back to some immutable timetested principle that's been endowed by a creator that's my question may i say something go ahead i think the longest question i've ever heard but anyway all i would say it wasn't a question it started out as when you started out saying weirdos my belief where do i believe come from and then okay okay mine come from a fairly long life of experience and reading and observation you know it would take a very long time for me to explain the where you know the sources of all of my views and everything but i do recognize that you know religion does good things sometimes those bad thing sometimes but and i'm not really familiar with the experience in africa that you were talking about but i'm just saying that a lot of.
"matthew perez" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show
"I don't do gogo but the essences there didn't speak and i thought it was so weird and i was like i thought all celebrities knew each other they can also just not really like each other previous thing yeah weird that they would just end up with the only two available it was just it was so blew my mind i wish we could go inside what they're both thinking about as they were walking and just spend a little time there next to each other not speaking but so there is a word thing when when usually it's one of them breaks and says i'm a fan i like the idea of that stalemate like who's going to say i sure yeah i mean my goto is a you may have seen a couple of this backstage when you referenced something i did or had done that was talked about so my ref my goto default is their teen hackman he has no idea who i am but that's absolutely every time and when that moment happened walking up this very exiting first time ever at the golden globes matthew perez date thank you yeah didn't wanna piss off the three girls he was dating by inviting one of them so i went this menaul yup but i like what you're doing so so as i'm as as so crowded you can barely get out i find myself step step leaving next two gene hackman who is arguably the greatest actor that ever lived i never gave a false performance his his performance in the royal tannenbaums i will suggest is a comedy clinic we've not seen.