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"mcphail" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

04:25 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"It's got a pale straw color to it. And on the nose, just Sam with you. Is always better when it comes from someone other than them. That's a problem I've had. It's just, I don't know what it is. The independent bottled ones are always better. I bought was from sick Tori. I remember one direct. I've had I've had signatory and I've had what's at the Gordon mcphail. They're private releases. So I think that vanished in mellow would I think we had a right? Yeah. And everyone that I get, I love more than their own stuff. And but that's the thing. I love it. I absolutely love it. Look, I'm a kalila fan. The problem is this one that I love the most of their 18 year old, they discontinued it. You can't buy the 18 year old Khalil from the store anymore. Well, this one's fantastic. I mean, it's just got that sweet peat to it. It's not. It's like a wood smoke. It's a wood smoke. It's not that medicinal. It's more wispy. It's got hold on. Tons of yellow fruit. Oh yeah. Yellow fruit, huh? Oh yeah, it's got that lemon. Besides a banana, what the hell is the banana? Either one of those other yellow apricots aren't yellow. Pears. Pears. This is my. Salinity to it. I mean, you can tell it's got that maritime sort of note to it. The smoke is there, the peat is not overpowering. It reminds me last time I swept my chimney. And on the exhale, it's just absolutely lovely. It's fantastic. It's absolutely fantastic. I just see Dick Van Dyke dancing around now. Now here's the real review. Let's ask the guy who doesn't drink scotch. On the nose, I get alligators and air boats..

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"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:44 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Don't buy anything with georgia. God bless. America goblets davis minutes. After the state of georgia executed troy davis a group of reporters who witnessed the execution walked out of the death chamber and onto the prison grounds. They describe troy davis's final moments. This is john. Lewis radio journalist. Paas act up esp. Basically went very quietly mcphail family and friends set in the first row..

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"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Don't buy anything with georgia. God bless. America goblets davis minutes. After the state of georgia executed troy davis a group of reporters who witnessed the execution walked out of the death chamber and onto the prison grounds. They describe troy davis's final moments. This is john. Lewis radio journalist. Paas act up esp. Basically went very quietly mcphail family and friends set in the first row..

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"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Don't buy anything with georgia. God bless. America goblets davis minutes. After the state of georgia executed troy davis a group of reporters who witnessed the execution walked out of the death chamber and onto the prison grounds. They describe troy davis's final moments. This is john. Lewis radio journalist. Paas act up esp. Basically went very quietly mcphail family and friends set in the first row..

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"mcphail" Discussed on THIS IS DEMOCRACY

THIS IS DEMOCRACY

04:43 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on THIS IS DEMOCRACY

"Don't buy anything with georgia. God bless. America goblets davis minutes. After the state of georgia executed troy davis a group of reporters who witnessed the execution walked out of the death chamber and onto the prison grounds. They describe troy davis's final moments. This is john. Lewis radio journalist. Paas act up esp. Basically went very quietly mcphail family and friends set in the first row..

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"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:21 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Don't buy anything with georgia. God bless. America goblets davis minutes. After the state of georgia executed troy davis a group of reporters who witnessed the execution walked out of the death chamber and onto the prison grounds. They describe troy davis's final moments. This is john. Lewis radio journalist. Paas act up esp. Basically went very quietly mcphail family and friends set in the first row..

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"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:21 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Don't buy anything with georgia. God bless. America goblets davis minutes. After the state of georgia executed troy davis a group of reporters who witnessed the execution walked out of the death chamber and onto the prison grounds. They describe troy davis's final moments. This is john. Lewis radio journalist. Paas act up esp. Basically went very quietly mcphail family and friends set in the first row..

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"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:20 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Don't buy anything with georgia. God bless. America goblets davis minutes. After the state of georgia executed troy davis a group of reporters who witnessed the execution walked out of the death chamber and onto the prison grounds. They describe troy davis's final moments. This is john. Lewis radio journalist. Paas act up esp. Basically went very quietly mcphail family and friends set in the first row..

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"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:20 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Don't buy anything with georgia. God bless. America goblets davis minutes. After the state of georgia executed troy davis a group of reporters who witnessed the execution walked out of the death chamber and onto the prison grounds. They describe troy davis's final moments. This is john. Lewis radio journalist. Paas act up esp. Basically went very quietly mcphail family and friends set in the first row..

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"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

04:20 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Don't buy anything with georgia. God bless. America goblets davis minutes. After the state of georgia executed troy davis a group of reporters who witnessed the execution walked out of the death chamber and onto the prison grounds. They describe troy davis's final moments. This is john. Lewis radio journalist. Paas act up esp. Basically went very quietly mcphail family and friends set in the first row..

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"mcphail" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

07:39 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"Guy who takes the potpourri. Yeah, I've done that. Yeah, we're not surprised. I'm sorry. Not surprised. Taste appropriate kids taste appropriate. It's a beautiful, deep rich color. I've had the link with 15 from these guys, Gordon mcphail. And I love their 15. This is the 15 on steroids. There's much more sherry here. It's huge, huge apple and cinnamon and he said between raisins and what drunks in between turned up to 11. Yeah, it's a sherry bomb. Maurice, right, this is a sherry bomb. And the 15 I thought was an amazing example. I don't know that I like the 25 better, but this is something different and unique. It's quite good. It's over the top with the sherry notes. But still that you can taste the underlying whisky. Yes, I take that back. It's not over the top. It's a well balanced blend to this. It's great sherry with wonderful malt notes underneath. I get blackcurrant and cherries. And it's got a super long finish. Brent, what do you think? I completely disagree. Of course. I think that this one was, I think this one they took it too far. I think it was just a little bit too long in the barrel. The age on it. I get a little because I get a little bit of bitterness from the raisins and the plums on it and with the notice of the oak. That's too much out because what you think. Yeah, but I mean, I just think this one I think they needed to tone it down just a little bit when you were talking about the 25 years old. And I think at exactly, and that's what I think why I think so. Brad says you guys should have it at 24 years. Well, yeah, maybe a little bit less. You know, I think maybe just a little bit over 15 liquid is one of the best link was ever had in my life. Right, so if you could ever find it, exactly. Link is not the one that you see very often. I'm not sure where the majority of their stocks go, but I would assume it goes to blending. Therefore, but the nose on this is so so promising. But once you get to the palette, that's when you get that little bit of the overpowering sherry, which you say is well balanced and I think it's a little bit overpowering. Over the top at first, but then but I think they've got enough malt to balance it, but you think it's too much, huh? Yeah, I think it's too much for me. I think you're inexperienced as showing. I think it's what you dance back on. Yeah, I think so. Go sit in the corner. Get the car battery. We'll fix them. Let's just be nice about this. You're wrong. Okay. Well, I was just going to say, why would you be nice? That would be out of character. I mean, nice to heck with you. Now, it's fantastic. I mean, I love this thing. It's just it's so rich that it's very hard. That's the right adjective. It's rich. It is rich. It's congrats. I can't believe it's cheap for a 25 year old. It's rich's unctuous. It's absolutely fabulous. But we've got more to whiskys to talk about. So we're going to be rating the Gordon befell distillery labels. Link with 25 year well deserved forceps. Really for an a half or whatever. Move on. Some derelict over here. All right, my next whisky is going to be the Gordon mcphail connoisseur's choice cast strength, Khalil at 2005, it's 55.6% AB and a 111.2 proof. It's a refill sherry hogshead. And this is everything that you want to coil it to be. I mean, it's just one of the best clothes I've ever had. It's just the perfect package. It's smoke, smoked meats. We put a smoked salami or smoked bacon bacon like Montreal smoked meat. That's what I'm thinking. The smoke. You live in Canada. I lived in Winnipeg. Now, I lived in the Midwest. Montreal is where the frenchies live. Pears, a little bit of licorice. And on the pallet, it's everything again it's everything you want to be able to be. It's got that salinity that. It's got just that little bit of smoky ash. You can taste the oak in it. This one's got just a little bit of spice on the front palette. Actually, it's got a little bit of sweetness around the front palate. One of my favorite things about kalila is is like, I like to describe putting a marshmallow in the fire for too long and it just turns black. You need it anyway. That cools down. And that's exactly where it is, yeah. I mean, this is this is one of the better khalils I've ever had, so. What do you think are? I just said it. It's a marshmallow in the fire too long. I want this. Okay, so we're gonna set everything. You hit all the notes. Not everybody wants that marshmallow burnt to a crisp. And you let it down you put it in your mouth anyway. Everything is good. Everything is good about this and I really do like this one a lot. And the smoked meat except for, except, except for that smoky ash on the palette is kind of is something that doesn't appeal to me. And I understand where you're coming from with that, but you say this that burnt marshmallow, and that's what it is a burnt marshmallow, but you have that smoky ash that you just don't want to taste so you want that marshmallow to be. You want to toast marshmallows. Go go back to your girl scout thing bob sorry. But I mean, that's what I can do. This is a very, this is very nice. Don't get me wrong because it's I enjoy this one except for that little at the end. I get that ash that asked, which is not something that I realized. Your nose is growing. You're not enjoying this. Your nose is correct. Dry ass that I don't really that I'm not, I don't really enjoy that much, but I would like to say that I think you were right when it came out of the bottle. It was like licking an ashtray. It was very heavily ash. It was all I got was ash ash ash. Who had the sissy's interim? But as it's evolved in the glass, it's now been well over an hour in the glass. Right. A lot of that. A lot of it is blown away. It's blown off. A lot of it is blown off. It's still a very PD smokey whisky for not for the faint of heart. But it's definitely improved from when we report. I'm so in love with this. Justin, what do you think? I agree with both harm me. Anne Marie. So we don't have space. The longer it stayed in the glass, the sweeter it got, the more notes that came out. Yeah, in the beginning, it was a cigar astronaut was undrinkable. But give it an hour. It was good. Okay, so on the label, I love these Gourmet fan labels too. They tell you what they tell you to distillation date. The bottling date, there was only 327 bottles of this particular barrel. And they say vanilla, frail followed by maple bacon and chart oak and sea salt. I didn't even see this label to those notes. Great. Great description. Let me say it here, though. If you look on the back.

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"mcphail" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

06:46 min | 4 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"We'll be back. Hey and we're back and we're discussing some lovely whisky from Gordon and mcphail. It's the discovery series Glen Roth is 11 year. What'd you think, Brent? This reminded me of Christmas. And the reason I say that is because every year we get one of those orange chocolates and it's kind of like biting into one of those orange chocolates because you get the creaminess and the orange, and it just kind of coats your mouth like that. And it's actually, but the thing is the orange is not that pronounced on this. Well, not at all. Not as pronounced, not as pronounced, but it's still resembles that. That is there. It's there. I resemble that remark. It is there, though, you know, that orange is there. It's not like a dull more orange, like a strong orange like that, but this is not that much. But it's there. You know when you get that creaminess of the chocolate. So it's like a milk chocolate with a little bit of orange to it and that follows through it on the pouch just a tablet of spice to it. When you say nuttiness, yeah, walnuts is not it, but it's there. Which one it is? I know. It's like a pecan almond peanut. It's not one. I mean, I'm saying it's not walnut because walnut like the skins have that bitterness to them. It doesn't sound that bitterness. So if you take the skin off of a walnut, it could even be that. It's just it's hard, you know, it's just general nuttiness overall. Yeah. It's quite good. It's quite good. I thought it would definitely had a milk dud base, but for me, the orange was pretty pronounced and these flavors were really large. And this is not a shy whisky. I can't believe it. Big and bold and beautiful. We're going to be reading the Gordon mcfail discovery series Glenn rothy's 11 year a solid three steps. Interesting. I think it deserves better, bob, me too, but, you know, we're here. What do you think about the next one? Tell us about that one. Thanks for your help. I'll accept the title and the challenge. I went with mutant. Our next free speech. Our next whisky is the Gordon mcphail discovery series tour more 13 year 43% ABV, or 86 proof. Aged in ex bourbon casks. So this whisky is a very, very light pale, yellow color to it. It's particularly dramatic when compared to some of the surrounding whiskys where it's almost much, much lighter. Yes, straw colored. On the nose, a lot of tropical notes definitely some pineapple grapefruit coconut. Even a hint of lime, I don't have the lime. On the palate, it's a lighter whisky, so we've really taken a step toward the lighter side. It's creamy, there's some sweetness. There's vanilla. It's got a velvety milk chocolate and some baked apple. It's nicely balanced. It's a really nice, delicate whisky. I hesitate to call it entry level, but I would say less complex than some of the things we've had before. There's no flaws, it's well made. It's very, very pleasant and easy drinking. I think you could drink this all day. You know, you don't want to say such a little short. It's manly or feminine or something like that. But why not? Why not? Well, this is kind of like that like a more feminine, gentle. 100%. There's nothing wrong with it. And it's just light and airy. Something you could just sit down, you know, maybe throw like a lemon slice or something like that in with an ice cube and sip it by the sipper by the pool or something like that. You would really need to read a book and sip it all day for sure. Yeah, for sure. It's that kind of, it's not that it's not that hits you in your face kind of thing. It's very, very delicate. It's more delicate is what I'd like to say. When do you think, Jasmine? It really reminded me of tequila, cuervo gold, but if they made a nicer, where's my Glock? I have taken here, take mine. Like a premium version of that spirit. Oh, stop. Oh my God. We're going to find him. I don't know. It's like 15,000 miles away on the other side of the earth in a completely different hemisphere made with an entirely different product. But it's exactly too high ends on the one he's talking about. And they are nothing like this. This is oh God. Look, I understand the color throwing you off. It's a straw. It's the color will throw most people off. You can't drink cloud scotch. You can't drink color, but you're thinking on Scott's drinkers. Nuggets, yeah. But I maybe maybe the tropical notes is where he's going. I can see this. I have at least one way agreeing with you, Justin. I'm talking myself into agreeing with him. The tropical notes, maybe making a tequila but it's not tequila. It's definitely whisky. It's pineapple and grapefruit. Not debating it. It's not actually whisky. It's whisky. Yeah. Oh, I don't want to talk about this anymore. Let's give it a rating and move on. He's upsetting. Well, you two are special. We're going to write the Gordon mcphail discovery serious tour more 13 year well deserved three cents. So if mister tequila down there can focus long enough, we're going to have him Our next expression is Gordon and mcphail distilleries, labels, link. Thank you. It's been sharing for me today, Justin. 25 years old. It's 43% alcohol by volume, and it's 86 proof. Made from first fill and refill sherry casks. So, with this one, I got little hints of baked apple, some stewed raisin, cinnamon, and just a touch of black licorice, little bits of floral notes. On the palate, it was sweet, little spicy. There's some prunes or raisins or something in between the two. With a little bit of pepper and tasted a lot like potpourri, but in a good way. What did you think trying to figure out how he knows what potpourri tastes?.

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"mcphail" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast 123

Ubuntu Podcast 123

05:41 min | 10 months ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Ubuntu Podcast 123

"Yeah. Well, so both of those things could potentially make it a bit easier. It doesn't cover all of the bases. There's also the GPG stuff that he's dealing with, but yeah, I think all of those suggestions are totally rational from the perspective of someone who's just gone through this process and it's a horrible process. Completely agree. Cool. Helen, what have you been looking at? I spy with my little eye, yellow Marte, for focal fossa. So this is everyone's favorite theme on Ubuntu yaru. Is making its way to another flavor. And now I've heard Martin and others suggest that it would be a good idea to have a yaru like consistency across flavors, and obviously each flavor lead can choose to do what they want with their flavor and you, as the need of art, they have chosen to go with the yaru aesthetic shall we say. Yeah, I have. So debuting in 21 O four for up and tomato will be a yoru derived theme with a splash of Chelsea cucumber and we had lots of people, including friend of the show mcphail asking if it would be available for previous releases of Ubuntu Marte. So we've made it available for the focal fos, which is the current LTS that seems the sensible low hanging fruit to offer support for. But like you say, I mean, every flavor project gets to choose their own project directions. But you know, I think it would be really good if all of the Ubuntu's had some sort of commonality in look feel and design language. And working with Euro team has been brilliant. And there is no way we would have been able to deliver a theme of this quality without collaborating with them because they are expert at this after years of doing this now..

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"mcphail" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

Other People's Shoes

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Other People's Shoes

"Year is power like it I was. I like ten arrests. That takes Oslo fouquet just rest and then the other next year was like keep going. Keep going doing what they're doing. And then this year feels power like like we are powerful and I wish I would have not dimmed my light and known and let unleash the power that I had with in me for good then I feel like we can all set the world on fire so yeah. That's my regret that I was that I lived small and the mall and More quiet okay some. I'm curious because this is not a word that I hear really in a lot of I haven't heard too many circles. So where does this idea in this vision of way maker come from wh? What does that come from? Where does that? How did you come up with that? Where did you see that it actually was my friend? Lindsay mcphail I met her after I got out and I heard her speak and I was like oh I need to know this girl. I loved everything she says. And so she's kind of been my person. When I got out that I had met her and see really believed in me. And she said you're you're way maker you you make you make away for other people to be honest because when when I get dressed up as a wardrobe stylist and I speak in front of some in in front of women. They don't expect me to say I was in. I had a five year prison sentence. So everyone's still trying to like look good and act a certain way so because I throw that out there and in claim my truth then it allows other people to tip toe into their into their truth so I love making a way for other people to be real honest. Because that's where that's where the that's where life really is. Now I know you mentioned non. Daniel show that there was a book in progress. Has the book come out yet? I tried to look and see but I know it's it's actually going to the aid this week so We're GONNA see what happens with that but yeah it. It's going to an agent this week in there and they've already said they're interested so We're in that process right now okay. So we'll tease that. The book could be the Book Cabbie soon right so that's all right good so I'm curious of this too because I'm a big I try to be. Let me be honest. I really good encourage her but sometimes Harvard right. It's really hard to always be positive. It's really hard to always see. You know the sun amongst the rain you know I mean it's always hard to to be that voice of of bringing life rather than bringing death right. It's really right do that sometimes. So how can someone learn to be an encourage or do you think? Well I think the difference of always being the lights is one One of the great things is to sit with someone and being there painless and say yeah. This sucks this is hard and this But it's not gonNA laugh it's temporarily and you're learning lessons from it and we're moving forward so it's not always being the bright light. It's always being the person that sits next to you. Listen and says okay when you're ready to get up and kicks them with so I will do it with you. That's so great and to be that voice in somebody's ear to be. You know kind of that. Cheerleader on the sideline saying. Hey you got this kind of that. You know being the little engine that could come on. You can get up this hill. You can do this. Yeah I think that is a key that we are missing. Why do you think we're missing that so much in our society? Well because I think we're not we're not used to saying re- like yeah. This is a big fat drag. This isn't fun and this is hard because we're used to.

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Plans To Develop High-Tech 'Smart City' In Toronto Met With Resistance

Weekend Edition Sunday

03:41 min | 2 years ago

Plans To Develop High-Tech 'Smart City' In Toronto Met With Resistance

"In Toronto a plan to develop waterfront property along Lake Ontario is meeting resistance the area is supposed to become a so called smart city with high tech sensors and data collectors baked into the infrastructure as David McGovern reports many in Canada's biggest city are concerned about the company chosen to develop the site the company's name is sidewalk labs that may not ring a bell but it's a spin off of a corporation whose name is much more instantly recognizable Google here's prime minister Justin Trudeau announcing the plan to develop the twelve acre block of public lands called key side on Toronto's Lake Ontario waterfront back in twenty seventeen a world leader in Irvine innovation sidewalk labs will create a test bed for new technologies in kisai technologies will help us build smarter greener more inclusive cities which we hope to see scaled across to Rogers eastern waterfront and eventually in other parts of Canada and around the world just the shape and is the sidewalk labs director of urban design and digital innovation he's especially excited about the green aspects of the project like plans to build the world's tallest timber buildings soaring thirty five story curve structures of glass and high density would in the benefits of that are that stealing concrete which is the primary materials for buildings there are some of the most significant contributors to greenhouse gas emissions would itself obviously renewable resource in itself actually embodied carbon innovative plans also include roads and sidewalks made of modular concrete slabs fitted with heating systems to melt snow and ice and the project involves thousands of monitors sensors and cameras on streets inside buildings and embedded in the infrastructure the monitoring of people's movements is intended to improve the efficiency of traffic flow energy use garbage collection and more so we're concerned about creating essentially a neighborhood in the city that's fundamentally based on a model of surveillance friend McPhail is a lawyer with the Canadian civil liberties association it is suing to block the development saying it is full of potential privacy breach is that violate Canadian constitutional rights particularly because betting technologies if the infrastructure that people don't have any choice about whether or not they're there don't have any control over what date it is or isn't being collected and have no meaningful way to consent to the information being collected bill says the only way to prevent that from happening is to completely avoid going to that part of the city she says that's just not fair but just the chiffons of sidewalk labs says this project is not about data harvesting or surveillance that's just not the business that we're in there's only data collected when it is truly in service of achieving a public benefit for example he says if there are sensors to improve pedestrian safety that would all be collected by the city of Toronto and since its initial proposal sidewalk labs has made a number of concessions including agreeing to hand over any of the data it collects to a government agency for safe keeping Torben widgets who heads the community organization block sidewalks remain skeptical the notion that we allow will sister company access to publicly owned land in the city of Toronto and allow them to develop you know new forms of delivering the services I think it's something that sort of strikes a nerve among a lot of people in front of so many people that the final approval date for the development has just been pushed from March until may this year to allow for more public

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"mcphail" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"mcphail" Discussed on Download This Show

"Mcphail. And I literally could talk about this forever, but we do also have to talk about, you know, China and Google and. So Google has suspended business with the massive China's technology company while why there has been a whole range of stories brewing, the last year about how much can governments and business trust y and I thought it was time we sat down in this sort of pulled it apart. So what is the primary complaint with y at the moment? So the primary complaint is that US intelligence believes that Chinese intelligence have the Maine's ability and will to compromise, the products, basically, every little device is a tiny China spy machine. That's the guy that's what the facts that's the allegation. That, that is the allegation that has been my and that is, basically, what why away have to prove is the case, and how they how they proving that it's not the case by saying it's not. Doing is that convincing? Anybody is it? I've never seen the US government or these trying put forward any solid evidence. Have you? Actually say we found this thing, look his how it happened. Look, I'm sure there's information winnow privy. Sue is general public. Oh journalists, but does never been anything. Physically actually presented we've had our own government. You know, Ben wildlife from being able to provide services to Australian people wall still giving the defense force while phones. There's all sorts of country tree things going, I guess, what I'm curious about there is western governments in Asian governments, DC interested parties and the decision making prices might be more than just about security. It might also be about political positioning as well. So that's why I'm curious about the distinction between guidelines. And, and what has come out in stories, what does it tell you then that Google have opted to, to Kotal their involvement? Yeah. I think Google very much towing. The line with what they've been told to do by the US government because also what they're doing is basically dipping the toe in the water with this saying, short future devices may or may not be restricted with some all of our services. It's not incredibly vague and there's no real indication as to whether this will impact current uses of while I finds all signs pointing to that warrant impact on current uses they may not have access to the next Android update while we may have to use open source Android, which is doesn't have the total functionality of the current Android. But wow. I've also come out and said that they've got a plan bay in place for this. They've got their own operating system that they've been working on. But this also the wills. Third operating system, which Marcus off to knock your in, but it also puts into question. Okay. While I have their own operating system. That's, that's great food, China. But is it okay for the rest of the world? Who's still wanting to use Google and YouTube, and all of Google services, will they have access to that on as overwriting system at probably not. Yeah. And I think that's the interesting thing is like, in many ways, the sane in China Arn almost walled off universe. There's a whole bunch of homegrown companies that have developed there because they are companies that will work with the, the censorship, arrangement and, and the within the broad sort of structure of China. We haven't seen too many examples of companies that have made the jump the one. Interesting example, being tick talk, which is interesting, trying its best company, it is probably worth, like, just lying out. What is the arrive stuff that while why? Because obviously, they are while I find two people will send them out. But is there? They're also quite involved in bra infrastructure equipment..

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"mcphail" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

04:09 min | 3 years ago

"mcphail" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"Like, I think steamer projects Vilis to be the fourth in analyst right now. And this sort of noise that like Clinton mcphail of been making on occasion about how they're all kinds of different ways to improve just gives me guess rightous because they feel like they had been missing out on some of the other ways to improve the way for. Yeah. While they wait for this other guys go by the wayside. And that's kind of the problem too. With with all these teams that are waiting is that their backup plans are gone now or or dwindling waiting for they're waiting to find out if they're going to win Harper Machado. That sunny Brandon Beechy who I honestly thought was dead realizing still alive. Yeah. I thought I thought he was done point too. But. But we got to see what happens with this real. I really hope it picks up soon because pitchers and catchers reporting very quickly. But I did mention diehard Philly's fan. That's what we're talking about there. Let's get into some more Phillies talk here. Let's start with the top Aaron Nola coming up that brilliant Cy Young capable season very much in the mix. I don't think that he was the winner. You know, I think the Graham was the rightful winner. But air Nola very much in the top three. Is he a top-five starter in baseball this year's he's someone that you're looking at the top five starter for fantasy Ellen? How do you feel about Nola, obviously as the ace, but overall in the in the grand scheme of of MLB right now. So like with the proviso that Aaron Nola is one of my favorite people that I don't actually know. And I will love him until the day. I die. I I don't know that he might be worth the cost that you're paying for him in a redraft league. You know, your question there is like. Is he one of the top five pitchers, and I I don't know that he will be this season. I think certainly like top ten unquestionably. So I there I have kind of like three reasons why or I guess it's sort of two point five reasons. So the the one point five is just that. I'm not sure that you can Penn humane for you know, the two hundred twelve spectacular innings that he had this past year. Because as we all know, he's battled some injuries in the past and the couple of seasons where he had a lot of blowups. I feel like those were injury related. You know, it was always like his his elbow or his back. So it just means that he has some injury risk. And to a certain extent, this is like will he's a pitcher, duh. But you know, at the end of last year, I actually. Early. I was in person at I think five or six of Knowle's starts last year. And so I. Saw that in a couple of his sort of later starts to the season. He just was really tailing off. And it seemed to me like he was tiring. And and kind of looking back at those games now on baseball savant. It just seems like his curveball. Command wasn't quite as good. And he was throwing his change up a lot less, which obviously the the sort of reincorporating that change up which was actually like his initially. He had such a good feel for that pitch when he came to LSU that he just focused on his curveball. And just kind of like brought the change back in in two thousand seventeen which I know him telling you guys stuff that you already know anyway. So like, that's so key to what has made him a really incredible pitcher. And it just seemed like when he was tiring. He just didn't have as good of a feel for it. It definitely seemed like that that I big two hundred percenting season a little bit of wear down there. And most guys have that in. Unless they get that little little break, maybe in August or something that can kind of rejuvenate them or even just some of the guys that are horses for all six months, but he's kind of working into that is Noah Jason, you seem to think that he is.

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"mcphail" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

08:12 min | 3 years ago

"mcphail" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Did you guys hear about Alice mcphail g she's been paying taxes and voting but apparently has been legally dead for two years. Oh, that's a problem. Mcphail g she's a what does she vote for let me think he's so someone MC failed on mcphail, right? Okay. So she discovered she discovered the other day. She's just make ribs now. Oh my God. Zuber day fire, maybe a little hair big in and some pearls pretty much. Issues. Discover. Again, do this. She discovered recently that she's been legally dead for two years. She thinks it happened when her husband passed away and see accidentally Mark deceased next to her name. Oh, a woman in Mecklenburg county Virginia recently discovered that she's been legally dead for two years Alice mcphail, mcrib g. She's canadian. Was trying to apply for fuel assistance through social services back in November which she called about a problem with our application so security had her listed as dead. So as she headed down to the south, Boston Virginia social security office, the same one that reportedly marked or is dead to prove that she was indeed alive since she was since she had legally died on the same day in November of two thousand sixteen that her husband passed away. So she she she thinks that she Mark deceased at the same time by her name. She was I I thought it was a joke. And I was like what do I do to get them to bring me back to life? So she goes this is not the wild wild west. You can't just kill people off. I'm considered the Walking Dead, at least she has a sense of. Yeah. But see I would I would use this to my veins because if I'm dead that I'm just going rogue. Yeah. No doubt me a credit. You can't mail me. A credit card Bill. I'm dead can arrest me. Okay. The recipe I'm dead. Openness credit card count right here. Dead. You can't pay it. I'm sorry. Yeah. Be. She's officially alive now. So when she does finally pass away, I guess her obituary will read here lies a woman who died twice. Yeah. No, sure. I mean, it'd be all right. Some state news. And we're gonna talk about this. Did you guys see where state? There's a advocacy a health advocacy group out there that would like to tax vaping. Yes. A ten dollar ten. Yeah. This is the foundation for a healthy Kentucky. Yeah. It's been Chandler. Who is a former Representative from over in the Lexington area. And he is heading this up, and they wanna put a dollar ten excise tax on vaping. So let's this logic on other products in Kentucky that we have problems with. We are the fourth most unhappy unhealthy state in America. And we are the second fattest. So clearly we need to stop underage people. Because this is the thing they wanna tax legally acquire legal vapors who are using vaping to quit smoking. And also, here's the thing about baby. Let me just say this about vaping. For people that vape, and they're not trying to quit. I don't some people are like using the excuse. Well, they're not trying to quit. They're just using different thing. Fine. I don't have to choke on their secondhand smoke. If they want to put nicotine in their lungs and kill themselves, that's entirely up to them. Okay. But they're not bothering me anymore. So I'm totally cool with vaping indoors outdoors wherever you want to do it. It's a pleasant smell most of the time. Who cares? Okay. At the very least it smells better than a cigarette. It's melts way better than a cigarette. And it doesn't choke me or set off my allergies. So I'm cool with baby. But my question is going to reduce a static cling. Get that water vapor in the air. I didn't think about that. Well, that's a plus you can drop the wrinkles right out of your shirt. Bingo. So here's the thing is like, we're we're once again, we're taking a group of people that are just minding their own business doing illegal thing, not bothering anybody. Just vaping. And we're gonna put a tax on them because we're mad that kids are buying this stuff. Well, okay. So let's look at some other issues that Kentucky. Problems with. So we're the second fattest state where the fourth most unhealthy state in the country. Obviously we have a problem with underage kids. Getting too much access to twinkie soda, candy bars potato chips and other sugary processed foods are making us fat. Right. Yep. So let's tax all of those products to make them less attractive so children because that's what Ben Chandler's logic was if we taxed four less attractive to the children. Okay. Let's put a dollar and ten excise tax on a twinkie and see what happens see at works. Also couch. Yeah. That wouldn't eat a twinkie and be a fat. So it's on me. Right. But but it's the same. It's the same difference. Right. We're making our kids fat, and we're killing them with diabetes early or maybe a kid see somebody vaping, and they go and they illegally acquire vape. Well, let's go after the people that are legally giving these kids vape. How about that? How about we crackdown down on that instead of people who are minding their own business and going after vapors, I don't want kids vaping anymore than the next guy. But exactly how are law abiding tax paying vapors responsible. The fact that you don't know what your kids are doing with the legal substances and to clarify here vaping or they're already paying a tax. They're paying sales tax, correct? And any other applicable local taxes like cigarettes. Okay. The logic is there because cigarette revenue is down because less people are smoking and now vaping, and they want to get that money back with that's what they want because I've said this all along win the when people finally this is what I hate about behavioral taxes. When you tax behavior because you you claim that you want people to quit that behavior. And then they do shock of all shocks when you tax something higher. You deter that that that activity? So when they actually do what you said you wanted them to do you're like crap we don't have any more money. And now what happens, you know, you change people's Seattle did this when they tax Coca Cola. Right. They did what I'm suggesting. But the problem was people went out of the city to buy their cokes. So they altered behavior. Either people quit drinking it where they quit buying it there, and what ends up happening is you just shift the money away. And you don't really solve the problem. Well, here's the other thing. And it's this is an example that the governor brought up pertaining to casino gaming which some people lump into that same category with vaping smoking whatnot. But that being said if the governor said he didn't want to use casino gaming whatnot to fix the pinch your problem 'cause he didn't want to use the vices of others to fund the issue, which I see from his moral standard. That's fine. But is that not what we're using cigarette tax? Yes. Tag that. We're not using the cigarette. Vice or the vaping vice or whatever to to fund whatever healthcare initiative or in the case of casino gaming would be the pensions. Right. I mean. So basically, I mean, I understand the governor has a moral standing where he wants to be at. That's fine. I respect that. But to say that and then on the other hand, we're already basically doing it with cigarettes vaping and whatnot. So why not why not go that route? Yup. Look, here's the bottom line is Kentucky should change its name to hypocr touchy. Because because that's what we were hypocrites on this stuff. Boise. No, right. We hold a bible on a bourbon in one hand. And we say thou shalt not smoke or gamble on anything other than horses. I mean that doesn't make any sense, you know, and by the way, let's tax this behavior. But we don't want to expand gambling because it was just a tax on the poor with an attacks on the poor of people walking around addicted to nicotine, and we finally got him to stop blowing smoke and everybody else's face. I mean, what are they gonna want? Man. What are they gonna do? Next year. Two dollar derby day wager is going to be to ten because it's gonna have major tax on it. Exactly. That's the bridge, by the way, the two ten I think was that super day. That's the bridge now that extra ten cents that extra ten cents. Yep. Thanks, thanks. What I've got more on this. I think this is ridiculous. This idea of assessing an an excise tax on on vaping..

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