21 Burst results for "Michael Bird"

"michael bird" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:12 min | Last week

"michael bird" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"And now you're seeing like Michael bird are who is just hired as the Padres hitting coach. He is 27 years old. He never played professionally above rookie ball. He was a coach at Michigan. He was a 36th round pick. So he had a little bit of playing experience, but a 27 year old being a hidden coach for a competitive team. And I interviewed when I was working on the MVP machine. I don't remember if I quoted him or not, but I interviewed him a few years ago, and it's incredible. All of the college coaches, I talked to during that process are now a hid coaches, or different coaches, like it's amazing, just the rate of adoption. And part of it is that every MLB team has three pitching coaches in 300 coaches. Assistant hitting coach and assistant to the assistant hitting coach and all of that makes sense. Like, you know, if you can do a little player development at the major league level like that will more than pay for itself. But it's been amazing to see how quickly that has changed and how the backgrounds and the prerequisites for those positions and the level of experience and playing experience specifically that is expected has dramatically changed. And so we're seeing that change reflected here for the dreams as well. Yeah. So they do the interview process, say they make a call for resumes. They get ten, which I'm sure you can testify even from hiring for fed graphs, let alone hiring for the R and D department of a major league team. Sure would be nice to only be competing with 9 other applicants. In reality, it's like hundreds. So I like the odds of the applicants here. Yes. I think they do know that it was sort of a sudden call. And so perhaps that is accounting for it, but yeah, when we do open hiring calls at fangraphs, we are sifting through hundreds of resumes and my sons from talking to front office folks as I work with them to get their job postings up, you know, they are sometimes dealing with multiple of that. Because people still really want to work in baseball, so not for the dreams that we saw on short notice. And so we get this interview Montage and we say young is asking the right questions and this is a lot of fun, I think for us to hear and she's asking, you know, what sample do you need for certain stats to stabilize in kpo in MLB and why is it different and as is often the case, I think she wants to know how you arrive at the answers, more so than what your answers are. Meanwhile, you have mister analysis team leader who is sitting over there just being like, did you play? If not, what are you doing here? This is so finally, we get a surprise arrival and it is the younger brother of our GM that comes Sue. And it turns out that he has been a secret saber nutrition all along the call is coming from inside the house here. He is the one who has been writing on this Korean baseball blog, hooray for baseball, great name, I think you should rename fan crafts and hooray for baseball. And he's been doing this study that Lisa young was reading about the analysis of heat or temperature on offense and he's an Internet celebrity going by this pseudonym Robinson after Jackie Robinson, so he's like the Tom tango of the KBO, basically. Yeah. And pick some suspects nothing. He thinks that his brother is studying for the CPA exam that he's going to take the test to become a CPA. Instead, he shows up at this interview and we say young is odd by his arrival, of course, the analysis team leader has no idea who he is, because it's never read a blog post in his life. But this leads into the larger backstory of how he became a saber nutrition, how he went from being a player to an analyst why he uses a wheelchair, et cetera and Beck sang su, not so happy to see him at this interview. Right, and we come to learn that he blames himself for his younger brother, Becky was injured in the course of play. And he was sort of already he was playing hurt, and boxing to encourage him to just run, run full out, and he did that and he suffered a debilitating injury that has necessitated the use of a wheelchair sense. And I think some of the first real emotion that we see from back songs in the course of the series, he clearly carries a lot of guilt for this having taken place that he was sort of indifferent to the severity of his younger brothers existing injuries. He didn't know about some of those existing injuries. It sounds like there was some pretty heavy abuse going on in the course of this team. And he blames himself for the injury that led to his brother's disability. Yeah. And it's very sad. It is very sad. Yeah, we talked to MRA and yamazaki the director of kosh and the documentary last year about some of the Corporal punishment that has happened in Japanese baseball and this is happening here also with this team. And he didn't say anything. He just noted that his hips hurt, right? And pick songs. He was like, hey, you got to play through it. He said he doesn't have the brains to be anything else so that he should just play because he's not going to be as good at anything else as he is at being a baseball player. It sounds like he didn't love playing to begin with. Obviously, he loved it less because he was suffering and being beaten in some misguided effort to improve his performance. But his heart wasn't in it, it seems like he wanted to be a blogger all along, which is very relatable. This was me, obviously, not that I was superstar high school athlete, but I still just wanted to be a writer more than I wanted to be a player. And that's the case here as well. So he shows up. He nails the interview. He hands over a ream of posts. He's been busy posting and just dumps the stuff on their desk and he's clearly qualified, but his older brother is just not having it. And he is quite cruel at first and he's drawing attention to his inability to cross the threshold in the wheelchair without assistance and saying how are you going to do this? And you're not going to be able to fit in here and as we get the sense later, he's lashing out and he is riddled with guilt over his own role in his brother's injury and we get the sense that maybe it's actually painful for him to be working in baseball because it's a reminder of his brother's injury and his failure to prevent it..

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Judge Bruce Schroeder Holds the Line in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:25 min | 3 weeks ago

Judge Bruce Schroeder Holds the Line in Kyle Rittenhouse Trial

"Kyle rittenhouse is on trial and it's becoming the number one news story in the country. Largely because of this judge and the fact that Kyle took the stand, it's a risk, but just kind of looking at the tea leaves. All they have to all they have to do, the Kyle rittenhouse team is win over one juror. They have to win over one juror that will not be able to live with themselves for locking up Kyle rittenhouse, and putting him in jail. Let's go to cut 44, which was not covered in the activist press. Now mind you, the drive bys a CNN and MSNBC and all the major news outlets they did not cover the rittenhouse trial nearly at all until today, as soon as Kyle rittenhouse took the stand, they pounced. And they also got introduced to this judge who has been admonishing the prosecution. And you can kind of tell this judge is really fed up with what's going on. And that's what a judge is supposed to do. A judge is supposed to use practical judgment prudence and wisdom. Wearing his black cloak, hopefully to have no bias and no prejudice, look at the merits of the case and say, wait a second. You can indict a hand sandwich. What are you doing here? And you could tell the judge has been poking the prosecution at every corner. The judge has been pushing back hold on. That's not allowed. That's not a lot. That's what a judge is supposed to do. A judge is not supposed to be a rubber stamp or a yes man for the state or the prosecution. This is an important thing that we talked about the other day as far as how our justice system is designed. Is that prosecutors are supposed to be independent of judges and vice versa? Judges are supposed to be the balance between the citizens, people that are going to be put on trial and the prosecution of people that do the trials. The state, the government versus the people. And what we see in the Kyle rittenhouse drama, make no mistake. If Kyle rittenhouse would have been a BLM incorporated activist, and if he would have shot a Trump supporter outside of a Trump rally, that none of this would be an issue. They would say they deserve it, and you know what's my justification for that? Can someone possibly explain to me why lieutenant Michael bird got off for shooting Ashley babbitt? But Kyle rittenhouse has to go through this entire saga for shooting a child rapist in an antifa person trying to

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"michael bird" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 2 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"To compare january six to nine eleven is beyond absurd it is it is reprehensible and his byron york points out in his scathing column about george w bush's speech to compare january six to nine. Eleven is a rhetorical trick. If you will that is it's beyond ridiculous. It's it's it's it's awful. There is no comparison. I'll never understand what got him. The heads of those few hundred people on january sixth. I don't know anybody who defends them. In fact the best anybody does in trying to defend them is doing with. John just tried to do and suggest will they didn't even exist. It was a bunch of antique people. It was not. It was not that. I saw the guy to there. Were maybe there were a few people from antiphon. Plm mixed in there. Those were those were a lot of trump supporters. Again ashley. bad if the only person killed that day was a diehard trump supporter trying to climb through a broken window that was barricaded and a guy shot and killed her and best. I can tell was not really held a cal on tv and bragged about it. Tell told us how brave you was was. The guy's name you went on with lester holt right michael bird. I've never heard law enforcement. Ever tell me how brave they are if you tell people how brave you are. You're not very brave. This is the same guy. Incidentally who left his loaded revolver in the men's room and bragged about the fact that he wouldn't be held accountable because he was a high ranking capital police officer. So that's michael bird.

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To Compare September 11 to January 6 Is Beyond Absurd

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 2 months ago

To Compare September 11 to January 6 Is Beyond Absurd

"To compare january six to nine eleven is beyond absurd it is it is reprehensible and his byron york points out in his scathing column about george w bush's speech to compare january six to nine. Eleven is a rhetorical trick. If you will that is it's beyond ridiculous. It's it's it's it's awful. There is no comparison. I'll never understand what got him. The heads of those few hundred people on january sixth. I don't know anybody who defends them. In fact the best anybody does in trying to defend them is doing with. John just tried to do and suggest will they didn't even exist. It was a bunch of antique people. It was not. It was not that. I saw the guy to there. Were maybe there were a few people from antiphon. Plm mixed in there. Those were those were a lot of trump supporters. Again ashley. bad if the only person killed that day was a diehard trump supporter trying to climb through a broken window that was barricaded and a guy shot and killed her and best. I can tell was not really held a cal on tv and bragged about it. Tell told us how brave you was was. The guy's name you went on with lester holt right michael bird. I've never heard law enforcement. Ever tell me how brave they are if you tell people how brave you are. You're not very brave. This is the same guy. Incidentally who left his loaded revolver in the men's room and bragged about the fact that he wouldn't be held accountable because he was a high ranking capital police officer. So that's michael bird.

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"michael bird" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

04:11 min | 3 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"Welcome back the clay. Travis buck sexton show as we said to you We've got some big stores yesterday. Of course continuing coverage and analysis of the massive suicide bombing attack at kabul airport. Yesterday we'll be joined by a former navy seal jacquard friend of mine great guy bestselling author in the second half of the program. Third hour the program of alex berenson on everything going on right now booster shots getting moved up sooner. It seems biden. Spoke about this getting ready. For those booster shots folks get ready for the mandates in schools. Get ready for corporate mandates. They're going to start with the hospital systems and they're gonna go all across the country. I don't know maybe maybe we should try to stop it or else. just wait. you're you're gonna you're going to be faced with lose your job or get the shot and get the shot again and get the shot again. But i don't know i'd like to. I'd like to have hold the line on this. That's that's what. I'm hoping to do hoping to find a way. We can start that somewhere but interview last night on. Nbc news with lieutenant michael bird. Who it's been rumored. I think on the internet for a while that he was in fact the The the individual involved but he is the capitol hill police officer. Who shot ashley. Babbitt the neck now clay and i. You know i've had some background in law enforcement and and Baseline tactical training klay..

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"michael bird" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

04:18 min | 3 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Michael burge interview with lester holt last night on. Nbc hi kevin. Hey mike Just two things. You're a little off track with the whole that police officers don't brag because i don't know if you've ever had a beer with one in a bar they have to tell you their stories but getting back to the fao telling stories doesn't mean they're telling you how brave they are. You honestly ever heard a cop tell you how courageous they are I come from a family with them and yes in a backyard. They will tell you what they do and how they do it and sort of get their beer muscles and talk. But that's not but that's the second time you've not told me that you've heard you've heard your family members who are cops. Tell you how brave they are or had they just lived. have they just shared stories. You about what their day to day. Life is like in other words share stories. Obviously but but that's but that's different. That's a different thing. Sounds to me like you have a little chip on your shoulder for law enforcement. Kevin am i wrong. No no. I respect them. My good good things we have in this country. That's that's why i disagree i apologize. I misunderstood your your initial reaction. I i don't i've spent a lotta time with cops to never heard one of them brag. About how brave. They are heard stories. They'll tell you stories to tell you what they go through. But i've never heard that. I don't none of the cops i think. They're particularly heroic or courageous. They just think they're doing their job. And i suspect your family members who are cops do too but go ahead. Make your point about michael bird if you will kevin but but as you said why did this take so many months for him to finally speak about something that should have if it was a no thought. Just reaction which hey listen. We don't know what they're really thinking that time right. Why did it take so long to have this fabricated interview. That just was so production-wise it doesn't make sense does obnoxious too. Because let's hold is as many people pointing out. Lester holt is bad news. I mean this is a guy who has his agenda. I barely watch. Nbc but night after night. This guy has is. He's a trumpeting conservative hating typical member of the media beast and of course of course he sits down with michael bird and i can promise you the outcome of an interview with a white officer shooting a black an unarmed black. I mean we've seen it happen. They don't they. Don't just incarcerate white cops who are caught on video shooting unarmed black person. They they put them under the jail you know and frankly as they should you should you. Should you shoot you. Shoot an unarmed protester. And you're not justified in that shooting. You should be held accountable and again. I'm not gonna pretend that. Ashley babbitt was doing something she shouldn't have been doing she. She was shed no business. Trying to breach that barricade. I know that. And i'm not going to even pretend to have the investigative results of that whole process and maybe it was a justifiable shooting. But i know. The circumstances in the media in our culture among americans would be a heck of a lot different. If one of these black lives matter. Looters there's a lot of people climbing through windows and breaking into buildings and trying to burn down police stations in federal courthouses in portland and seattle. If a black lives matter protester rioter got shot in the neck and killed. We would've had a whole different outcome from the one we've had over lieutenant. Michael bird coming up did you. She do. She called upon by biden last night. And what biden did holy cow. It just goes from the frying pan into the fire. But that's all right. We got lots to celebrate on this friday. Stick around. there's more of the mike gallagher show and some positive news coming up..

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Capitol Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Rioter Ashli Babbitt Has Stepped Forward

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:11 min | 3 months ago

Capitol Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Rioter Ashli Babbitt Has Stepped Forward

"Make no mistake actually babbitt would-be alive today. If she hadn't tried to climb through that window. And i know that. I know that i also know that if a white cop had shot a violent black lives matter protester. That's all we'd be hearing about day in and day out but this guy is treated as a hero and we know why because ashley. Babbitt was an unapologetic trump's before we know why the guys treated like a hero and of course says we ought to be treated like a hero. He told lester whole showed the utmost courage in shooting that woman in the neck. I was afraid he said i did know. Couldn't see your hands didn't know if she was going to assassinate the speaker of the house. I had to kill her. Had to take her. Dad had to use deadly force. I feel so sorry for the families. I saw the husband. The widower of ashley babbitt interviewed last night on tucker carlson show. We'll play some of that audio for you. You ought to hear what her husband had to say. Because he's pretty angry too and you know what his response was to hearing. Lieutenant michael bird complain about the death threats. He was receiving to lester. Holt apparently ashley. Birds family has been getting death. Threats nonstop beginning january seven because unlike michael bird actually babbitt was immediately identified. Michael birds identity. Because of the design of the us congress had been protected. The only way people knew who he was leaked out or somebody tried to do some investigating and they can see his hand and he had a beaded risk thing on and they could compare it to if they had to do some detective work finally last night. He identified himself. And it's bear it bears repeating and we'll play the clip for you ashley. Babich husband has been threatened relentlessly as well.

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"michael bird" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:55 min | 3 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"Org again. We used to be called gallagher's army and peanut. Never liked that. She you know because there was a little bit of not that was the templeton's were very pro military. She just felt like there was kind of militaristic aspect to that and it was gallagher's army that was when we first started and it was just joey hudson me trying to come up with and pena graciously humbly suggested what about gallagher's heroes because men and women of law enforcement are heroes and of course with with love and our heart and appreciation in our soul for the templeton families. Incredible generosity over the years. That was a no brainer for us. It's now officially gallagher's heroes. The fallen officer fund the mike gallagher show charitable foundation. None of these heroes. That i've spent time with ever call themselves a hero. I never hear a cop brag about how brave they are. They don't consider themselves courageous. They're doing their job. They love their job. They loved their career their loved their community. They don't brag about being brave. But lieutenant michael bird did michael bird has finally been revealed as the man who shot and killed ashley. Abbott on january. Sixth she of course is the only person who was killed by any activities surrounding the riots. The capital on january six by those eight hundred or so people last night. Michael bird decided. It was time to reveal himself to the world and he sat down with leicester whole who gave a very sympathetic interview very sympathetic. I kept thinking how different an interview would be with. Lester holt if this had been white cop who had shot and killed an unarmed black lives matter protesters you think it would have been a friendly environment. You think lester holt would a been show kindly and warm and concerned about that cop so no surprise that less. Lester holt did nothing but lob softballs at this guy but it was a get for nbc. I mean his shot and killed the trump supporter while she was trying to crawl through a broken window at a barricaded area of the us capital. And i want you to think about my words about cops never bragging about their heroism or their courage. I can say how brave police officers are. You can say it. But i doubt that you normally hear the law enforcement officer himself. Say it. not so with lieutenant michael bird..

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"michael bird" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:08 min | 3 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"This president has an obligation. any president has an obligation. Any president has an obligation to protect his country. And and the people biden didn't do it and now we have at least thirteen servicemen. Killed trying to do the impossible. President trump was on. Sean hannity last night and said how stupid child could figure out you. Don't pull them you. Don't pull the military app before he get the people out. Look at the comparison of four years of donald trump. to this guy here is biden. I know this is important. I can't call him president biden today. I know i should. I try to at least apply a modicum of respect to the office. Yes he is the president. I can't call him president biden today. I'm so mad. I'm emotional basketcase today. I'm praying i'm in heartfelt all of the sacrifice of these marines and this this medic these thirteen heroes who were put in an impossible situation and but i'm matt i'm so mad you think trump would ever stand there and admit that their instructing him who to call on. This isn't the first time biden has done this please. Jomon gave me a list here. I is expected to call was kallio download. Nbc you're the president of the you're the leader of the free world urine. You're being instructed who to call on. Do you think those words would ever leave. Donald trump's mouth. My gosh do. I miss him

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"michael bird" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

03:08 min | 3 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Right there too but just just so that people know so do do see says well. You're the president right now. Basically and Abidance starts argue back and then bows his head in the crazy. Thing is the c. span. Feed that this was live on. Brought the camera away from president and put it on ducie. So we don't see his era reaction but we did see it from another angle choice. Place these two together. I'll tweet it out later. Biden when that happens he gets so exasperated that he bows head for like five seconds and that image that image went viral though the tilts his head hanging down because a reporter again not one of men servants from nbc years. He bs or npr. Peter doocy the the only real reporter in the room day in and day out Asks a perfectly appropriate question family again. He was instructed to not call on him. So i guess biden screwed up again but that image that reaction of him bowing his head. Because oh i don't know. I got asked a tough question on the same day. That thirteen servicemen gave their lives at another couple of another fifteen or sixteen a wounded. And this this pathetic. Husk of a man can't handle a tough. Not even a tough question. A good question at your job. A good question. Yeah i take full responsibility but you know what the last administration did. They didn't do this. They didn't leave these people as says targets shooting targets for For isis k. Or taliban or any other islamic extremist thug. That was you. That's all on u. This was uncomfortable to watch as always shuffled off. And the old man shuffle as the questions were still coming at them. If that's trump he'd still be standing there answering questions and they'd all be hostile questions and he wouldn't be bowing his head. Fake crime got. I'm so disgusted. I don't how people like you know veterans or people who have loved ones in the service or in in in kabul. I mean there's still whatever. Six thousand marines. There then kill them all and not only do they have to see to. They have to bury their comrade. They can't do anything about it do you think they're gonna let them let those dogs hunt. Those hungry warriors the tend. Let them eat. As joey jones said i don't think so biden is is just right now we scared he says scared old man he just wants to get it out. Get this over with. Let the media do his spin. But i we will We'll be talking about that again next week. God knows i fear for everybody. In kabul's marines the us citizens allies. Because you don't have a commander in chief who has your back you don't. It's sad but i get to one other thing before. Wrap up this mini pod. This special weekend callahan. Show This when this was completely overshadowed But last night we mentioned this yesterday michael bird. Cop who shot ashley babbitt in the throat. sat down with lester holt.

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Officer Who Shot Ashli Babbitt Breaks Silence

The Ross Kaminsky Show

00:19 sec | 3 months ago

Officer Who Shot Ashli Babbitt Breaks Silence

"Breaking his silence. The officer who shot and killed a woman inside the U. S Capitol during the January six attack. Lieutenant Michael Bird tells NBC he shot Ashley Babbitt only as a last resort. Capitol Police say bird potentially saved many lives. Those words meant a lot because that's exactly what I did

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"michael bird" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

CNN 5 Things

03:13 min | 3 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on CNN 5 Things

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"michael bird" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

08:08 min | 3 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on AppStories

"Show has lots of great guests to michael bird. Interviewed people from google sainsbury's aston martin red bull racing good hilly earth station and the new york times and nokia in fact interviewed over fifty super interesting people. This year think technologists scientists academics developers futurists and it generalists and in the final episode of technology. Untangled you can hear about the one innovation. Almost all guests couldn't stop talking about well as learning how to prepare for tomorrow's innovations today. Search for technology untangled anywhere. You listen to podcasts. Will include a link in the show notes to our thanks to technology tangled for their support. Supported the show all right. So do you want to let stuck by the discord server next. We already mentioned. We already mentioned that so. It's a good good time to doing that. I think yeah so We have been as you can imagine. We've been talking about doing club. Backstories community for a long time really. We started talking about this very longtime capital of years after we introduced the original clapback. Soy's in twenty fifteen. I believe in two thousand seventeen. We started talking about this and that conversation will somewhere along the lines of. Maybe we should do a slack community Maybe we try something else. Maybe we should do a forum board but then we could. We quickly realized we didn't have the capacity to do that because we were already stretched pretty thin and we didn't know anything about moderation and we'd would just didn't have the right ideas. I think at the time we just didn't want to be like a like a copycat of other communities online. No no and i think we also didn't want it to be just kind of this thing that's off to the side. We wanted to find a way to really integrate it with all the other things we do it max stories. And that's that's what really took a lot of. I think planning and thinking and what we think we've accomplished with what we were putting together exactly so i feel like we took our time to do this right and by doing it right. I think it means a combination of factors for swale we have. Our goal is for this server to be a safe. What can mean an inclusive community. We have put together a series of rules. The you need to accept if you want to join your server. We have a code of conduct that is public on the web. You can read it on the cob maximize website. We have an faq. We are doing this right in terms of setting the tone and setting the sort of the you know the kind of experience that we won members to have under this court server and also we have assembled a fantastic team of moderators. Who are going to help us navigate. You know the the the complexities of putting together hundreds of people and letting them talk to each other on the internet. You know sometimes conversation can can can be derailed and you know sometimes people can get into arguments and we want to make sure that people can have these agreements in civil way and most of all. We want to make sure that people have fun on this discourse server that they share useful tips that they talk about what we do. Max stories that they get to know each other and so we want to build that kind of safe fun kind respectful community and i feel very good about that because we you know we are also looking. Obviously you're a club. Mix for his plus or cup premier member and you a volunteer to help us become a moderator getting touch with us because we are always looking for volunteers to help us sort of make sure that the structure that we have is the right one. Yeah absolutely. I think that that's really important and i think we've got a great group to start with but we can always use more help. Yeah and second. I would say what what i think. It's really exciting about the discord is the integration that we'll see going forward between The max sorry. Steam the community the content for the club and channels that we have on the discord so for example one. The many things that will be doing is regular town halls. So for townhall to think like key live in in a podcast like Formats rights of john and i Maybe alex Will be just talking. Live on the discord will give us sort of like a state of the state of the club you know update and we're going to talk about what's going on girl talk about you know content. That's coming down the pipe. We're going to talk about things that were planning but we're also gonna take questions from club members so there will be dedi kid Channel to ask questions and we'll try. We'll try your best to address those questions on during the town hall Live a and the first one in fact we are doing our first townhall exclusively on the club discord tonight so keep an eye on twitter. Keep an eye on the club Because right now we're still as we're recording this. It's the week before we still haven't pin down a time so keep an eye on art counts and on the discord. We're going to post an announcement with a full schedule. But we're going to do a i town hall tonight on the discord Yeah i i think the town halls are going to be a lot of fun. And i think the thing that's important to kind of on a broader view to also note about this discord is that this isn't just going to be a place for community members to talk. It's also going to be a way for people to communicate with us because we do plan to be active participants in the discord both in the general channels as well as the specific special ones that were setting up for these various events. That federico's been talking about. We're going to be there and We're really looking forward to getting to know club members better because you know over the years we get a lot of nice emails from people and and we get a sense for what people like and what they don't but we we don't have especially since the last couple of years has been no no ww dc. We haven't had the opportunity to interact with many club members as we have in the past. And we're really hoping that this is a way for people to really get to know us each other better but also get to know us better for us to get to know them too so that that's something that i'm really looking forward. Yeah yeah exactly. And i mentioned the integration automation academy. We're going to be doing that. There's gonna be a navy club for kinds of media so think like a book club but not limited to books so we're going to peak is a community. We're going to be a movie or tv. Show or not boom or a book or videogame whatever to consume and enjoy together and talk about it and discuss it as a community. So that's one of the many things that we are doing It's gonna be fun and once again people have been asking for that kind of community access a place where they could hang out and get in touch with the maximum team for years now and so. I think we are trying to do this. The right way. The max stories way if you will where it's not just a community there's also a content side. There's a very like all these regular activities because i really believe in the power ring bringing people together bring in a community together for regular shared activities that we can do together. And i think it's gonna be fun and don't forget the beta beat. Which is we're going to be working with. Some of our favorite developers to have beta access available for club members. These this isn't a this is not an exclusive thing. These are betas that you can get outside of the discord community. However the discount channel for the beta beat is going to be a private space for people to kind of discuss the changes that are coming for particular apps as well as talk to the developers who are making them and give direct feedback. Our first one is gonna be look up. Which is targeting a fall update for look up eight. I believe it is. That's visit bhargava. 's dictionary app so i'm looking forward to introducing visit.

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"michael bird" Discussed on AppStories

AppStories

01:36 min | 4 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on AppStories

"My what's really going to shape our future. And what's gonna wind up in the bargain bin with the floppy disk. I've listened to a couple of different recent episodes and love them. The first episode was about quantum computing. Which i loved because whenever i read about quantum computing. The articles are all hand wavy about the underlying technology but technology untangled in contrast explained the big deal about quantum computing in clear and understandable terms. The other episode. I listened to was about the blockchain. It's similarly confusing. It's something that no article. I've read does a really good job explaining but again technology untangled gob into the details. But explain them in a way. That was understandable. It was terrific if you love to learn one understand. Today's technology this is the podcast for you. Other topics covered include things like deep dive into five g. That untangled the who's and watson wise and house of five g. and what it means to you. How supercomputers are helping us with the fight against covert by sifting through billions of molecules to look for drugs to repurpose and episodes about ai the future of jobs and energy innovation and the mission to mars. The show has a lot of great guests to including people from google sainsbury's aston martin. Red bull racing good hilly earth station and the new york times and nokia. Michael bird has interviewed over fifty super interesting people. This year think technologists scientists academics developers futurists at it generalists and in the final episode of technology..

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"michael bird" Discussed on Technology Untangled

Technology Untangled

01:56 min | 5 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on Technology Untangled

"So quantum computers leverage the properties of entanglement and superposition to perform computations simulations on optimizations. Much much faster than the classical computers we use today. Whoa whoa whoa will. We've gone straight in with the entanglement and superposition. Lets wind it back a little bit and to me. Get my bearings. Is tony strategy chief. Technologist at hewlett packard. Enterprise to help bring it back to basics. There were two thoughts that led to modern day computing. If you like you've got the name that everyone is familiar with. Which is alan turing. And what he trying to do was cracked the enigma code and look good encryption. And how do you break. Encryption using a machine to automate repetitive process. Trying different numbers to see which one worked in order to break that code and there was another chain run by guy von neumann at actually his train of thought was more around understanding. How ballistics worked his style. His approach was very much around making the programming. Very simple and having hardware do a lot of the work whereas cheering this massively parallel. Actually there was a huge amount of complexity in the programming. Now as it happens it was vanoy. Men's approach that leads to this concept of a cpu our take logic unit and that classic architecture that we have today cheering 's approach actually didn't really catch onto. We get to quantum computers the most powerful classical computers. Today follow on from norman's train of thoughts w. amount of compete power. We need to double the amount of processes leading to bigger and bigger supercomputers

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"michael bird" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

05:29 min | 7 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"A lot of his. Hey buddy a lot of key right on the brett you know and so it starts with that and the physical stuff comes after right right and will if if you can do that with meditation And look into different ways of doing it. Did anybody ever ever has a question. They can hit me on instagram too. Because i would love to share what i've learned and what's gotten deeper for me in the last year because it's been a lifesaver. I mean like really actually has not using that lifesavers loosely. Because i needed to get a grip with the way i was going and one of the reasons why i crashed almost killed myself. It's because i was just driving this crazy train. And not taking the time to think about how i really felt because i had clear warning signs you know every time crashed. I've had really clear warning signs. And whether i listened to it or not and took that time to stop and so the meditations not just in the morning. It's it's kind of all day long. You know yeah. I imagine people have questions about this. Because it's such a you're hearing especially athletes talk about more and more like how important these kind of things are in their recoveries and in being present in whatever moment before they do a thing i think people will probably have some questions on this because it seems like it's way more important than maybe just a few years ago anybody would have realized it definitely is becoming much more in the light. There's there's different teachers that are out there that you know through Podcast in their apps on the phone. They're different guys didn't gals that have been able to give it more readily and i think because of our day and age and and how there's so many things happening and we're getting bombarded by so many things and it can be really negative but also can just be a wild ride. If you just let your mind go with whatever fracking pops up. How do you have time for. How do you have time for what you really care about. So i think a lot of us are are are bringing it out because we need to find a way to slow things down and just focus on what's important for us and other people around us and so i'm working on it. It's it's daily. You know and i feel like i'm just getting started Anybody that wants to talk about it. But i'm open Okay so i think they should. And i think they should hit you up for this one. I do wanna touch on one more thing. And that's your cat person not a dog person. It seems why. And i realized that's an assumption. But i'm i'm i have a cat if i just picked up my cat the way you pick up your cap i would have lost my head like my. There's no chance that i would. I would still be talking right now. That's that's insane to me. Rip your one hundred percent a hundred percent without a doubt. It's uh no it's funny. I got its burden the cat up here on the he's my little body. I wanted a cat for a long time. And i found him. I found him through a friend and then the whole vira. Kobe thing hit at the same time you know. Then i got injured. And he's little over a year old. And i just can't believe this this guy how i fell in with them and we just it right there for me. I can take i. Can i can leave for a few days as totally fine. That's why yeah. I feel the same way you can give them food. My sisters were. We're lucky we live next door to each other. But and so she can come check on him. But this last time i went to crystal. I just left the window part because the bugs haven't started yet this year. I was just trained that he did. He didn't drag inside and let it go but he's fine. When i came back he was a little pissed off. I was like yeah y'all but he was okay. The next day and came up and snuggle a little bit of these little critters can just become a part of your life because they never saw myself to be dependent on right animal to feel mars. Like i don't need that right now. I'm looking out to sea in my little buddy. I call his name. Sylvan after the steep skiers sylvan sudan. Yeah and he's he's just my little buddy bodyman ercole Michael tell people where they can find you on social media Anything else you have going on Working working people find you online social media. Instagram is bird. Wear and that's where you wanna be. Brd or come say hi you know you guys are thinking about coming north them wanna see what's up jessie alot and i'll be there perfect. That sounds awesome already. That was episode Who knows what with bird. Michael bird schaefer at wear on instagram. Hope you guys enjoyed it. Talk to you guys on thursday with carolina pat and what's up by..

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"michael bird" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

08:17 min | 7 months ago

"michael bird" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Hello hello this is. The autobahn podcast. My name's adam jabber and a man. I have tried to record intros a lot today. stake in twenty tries. But we're getting it done. Things are things are happening here and and we've got a great episode for you today today. We're talking with bird. Michael bird michael bird. Schaefer bird wear on instagram Michael's demand black crowes athlete. He is a sham. Any frequenter Or frequent flyer. I guess there was a good opportunity there to get a bertelsmann there But i learned what bird 'isms are. I learned a little bit about flying on skis. Learned a little bit about a lot of things. Some michael and i just kind of chat it. I really enjoyed this conversation. I hope you do too You can follow michael on instagram. At bird wear and check out everything. He's up to check out his flying. Check out of skiing the whole night. before we jump into the episode. I just wanted to say a quick. Thank you to our sponsors watch. Hemp has been a sponsor of the show for a long time and That's because they're great that some of the best. Cb products round everything from savvas. two soft to imagine. If i stopped i was success. But also they make they make god tinctures they make olive oils. Even they make everything so check out. Www dot sao watch essay w eight t h dot co and use promo code out of bounds to say fifteen percent off on your purchase. Do it up. Use that code on that stuff is awesome. I use it all the time. And i can't recommend it enough or was oh yeah Like great review the show on itunes. If you get the opportunity it helps. A bunch helps us. Grow helps people find us Share with your friends. Tell a friend to tell a friend and we'll keep doing new episodes. Don't forget wednesdays are the day when Mister atom max pursue comes out Always a good conversation. That dude is killing it right now and and i've really enjoyed listening his. I've actually really enjoyed listening to my podcast. Just with someone else's voice. So i guess that's something about me as an interview but adams doing a really good job and i hope you guys will check that out as well and that's basically it. Here's bird by michael bird. Tell me who you are. Tell people little bit about yourself and then we'll go from there. Yeah my name's Michael shaper some people call me bird. yeah From washington state. I'm up here in a place called twists washington. Okay heels of the cascades in key for a big part of my life you know. I'm fortunate to have grown up and growing up in the mountains and going up in this little town where we kinda. If you decided to ski. We took care of each other and you could go to ski swaps. And even if you didn't have the means to get your gears. We as a community helped each other out with hand me downs and i started skiing at this. Little place called the loop ski bowl and thirteen towers of pomme. Yeah molest thousand feet tall and pretty much gives you a great foundation for any kind of skin you wanna do really downhill And skiing was just be came the avenue to enjoy life you know to get out there and slide and and have a good time. Yeah that's that's very so you mentioned the kind of community aspect of it. Do you think that part has changed much over the course of your career and like i mean from when you're growing up to now i don't think so i think we're super fortunate as says skiers and mountain folks to have that community to have a broader community where we like minded people that care about what were walking around on what we're sliding on and so we get to tap into a pick a natural source On a regular basis than if this gives us the good energy to bring it back down and share with our community and hopefully help others out one way or another and have a good time then so be it you know. I think it's i think it's still alive and well and i was. I was gone for a number of years traveling around. You know skiing the avenue and came back to where i'm from and the community is still here alive. And well it's We have farmers markets and and locals are. Are there for each other. Yeah are you. Are you still splitting time between like. Are you splitting time between shots and washington is that is that the case like i believe. I read something about that as i was doing some research for this. You deliver research on learning how to read ya. Yeah yeah i understand. I got though they call shamma fighter. Shamil emma ding-dong call early on. I got i went to chamonix i ninety seven and they're really opened up my eyes and What was possible in the mountains and what was possible in life. You know just blam full-blown exposure Coming from a small mountain town and so became big part of my life. And i'm fortunate to still go back there. I ski for black crow skis. Which was from chamonix france. So i can kind of now. Call it a work trip. If i if i go back to back to the alps i can go see the people. I'm working with and actually ski with them. And who are my friends and still experience. That part of life. But i i i would never give up washington where i come from the wilds of washington As special special special place For me and special place in the mountains why why washington like i know it's home is is that the main draw for you like what makes it so special because i get to talk to a bunch of people on the show and everybody kind of feels like their little corner is the corner to be for one reason or the other like why. Why washington for you. We'd been so drawn to the outdoors and and Tap ten to mountains and the wild they would. Just there's everything here after leaving and coming back and i actually studied Environmental studies and some natural sciences and and we traveled around the state. And this really realizing you know how much is how much here from rainforest a desert and everything in between if you're anybody that likes to experience that kind of thing it's it's it's all here and i grew up on the right on the canadian border in the northern cascades. Here it's still still quite wild. If you wanna be out there. It doesn't take much to to just go out outside and be tapped. What's what's home health for you. The loops keeble still yet. It's if i mean if i'm not going to be if i'm not gonna be year. I coach kids for january. A little bit february started a little junior adventure camp free ride.

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"michael bird" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"michael bird" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"But we're really at a point now where we're re examining that pretty closely, and it seems like two hundred years from now, that's probably they're gonna find a better way to enforce said law. I don't say death in hue to closer together, trigger stem. It's maybe this is yet another Terron method that George Giorgio brought over from her mirror university. Oh, yeah. We use the death penalty. All the time a killed those those vulcans look. The wrong way that one time totally gave him the death penalty. You just throw. Six. Yeah. Basically, basically all the general orders are like if you do anything, you know, I it's essentially, you know, those those crazy laws that all the states have that are randomly in their charters all those will be punishable by the death penalty in Joe's world. So maybe we've seen her worker way up the ranks of section thirty one already. Maybe she's already infiltrated that said, you know, what maybe she radioed in. Hey, they're on their way to Talos. You know, what maybe we should take those bylaws just to say they have to drop by could be a death penalty. Just throwing that out there. Yeah. That that certainly I think you've done a brilliant job of bridging together all of these disparate threads, and it almost even points to of course, by the time of like Star Trek deep space nine everybody thinks section thirty one went out of vogue ages and ages ago, and it had to go deep underground, and nobody talks about it. Maybe that's why maybe Giorgio comes in with her like authoritarian practices in her death penalty ideas, and it goes so badly that section thirty one is forced out of the conversation for a century. I like that she brings her new managerial style to the branch, and they have to close as a result because they're not getting the results, which I'm going to just remind myself to put a pit in this because I do have a section thirty one esque theory that I want to bring up with you later ties into where we're going from here. Yeah. I definitely definitely here. Here for it. We get to the section thirty one part. I think we probably want to exhaust all of the Talos stuff before we get there. Steles super blue planet is it. How does it compare to the cage terms of lighting? Yeah. I thought that was a little odd. Because I thought they were basically wasteland devastated by nuclear holocaust seems like they looked a lot more like a southern California desert last time, we saw it. Yes. Exactly. And I will say there was some interesting cinematography things this episode like the discovery, but. Heavy on the leads flares for me. Jess there is a lot understand. Maybe they were doing a lot with Venus stuff to really show that oh this is more of an illusion to luge in Michael bird..

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"michael bird" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:28 min | 3 years ago

"michael bird" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is that what you meant in February two thousand sixteen in one of your outlook see wrote about Michael Lewis's book and the movie it's fond the big short. You said that you shared an attribute or an affliction. I think one of the heroes if you will of that book Michael bird, Dr Michael berry, and it wasn't his glass eye. So I read that book and Lewis is a great writer, and he he within that chapter about like. He listed ten things that aspirations have that Michael had as well. And I read them how to go and some of them were not being able to look somebody in the eye, which I'm not doing very well at the moment. Singular hobbies like stamp collecting that cetera. Hundreds I go. That's me. I go. And so I took the book out to my ex wife. I said read this and she read it, and I think that's burgers. And she said you do not you do. But she said, you do I said, how would you know that said, well, you know, when we were having dinner with Bill Gates and Melinda. And that was like five years before at a Duke reunion fundraiser is home. She said we were sitting at the table. And I looked at gates, and I looked at you. You said you were doing exactly the same thing. Same time mannerisms were all the same. And so I'd heard that here. That's burgers are mild form. So I went to psychologists may described it and psychologist said he has asked burgers. So I said you. As you said because I thought it might hurt your feelings. No this about yourself. Yeah. But it explained a lot not that. I'm sorta proud of it. I wouldn't be telling you. Sort of proud of it because it explains a lot about me not that all aspects are not geniuses. Some in the intelligence thing is not necessarily a big part of it. But. My personal behavior and ability to relate to people my singular harvesting collecting this and this and this and this. Yeah. It's a hanging. So maybe I do. And so I did go to a psychiatrist and. The first meeting at the end of it. Just through. I said. And she said, oh, yeah. There is a line of thinking that says people with that condition do better as investors you think that's true. I think so. Because. As as understood it. In my experience. It's allowed me to stay thirty thousand feet as opposed to be on the ground. Basically the conditions one in which I'm sorta here and. Other people will know come into a room, and they they say Bill, I'll go, you know, I'm here. And so that's not necessarily good in terms of one to one people think here angry or. A hall or whatever. But it helps you to focus on. Longer term things without getting mixed up in the details. And so I think it. Yeah. I think it was very important because it allowed me to take what we call. The secular pro chip penfield for the long term view. And it was it was good view. The take us and aspect now. If if I was a quantitative trader hedge fund manager day to day minute to minute, boom. Not so good interesting. Do you think it helped you identify patterns better? Probably. But I never thought about it in those terms, but probably from the standpoint of. Again of thirty thousand feet. Yeah. Because it allows me to just forget about minutia and to focus on one thing thing, whatever it is at the moment as opposed to five different things. Now, I'm going to get a little meta on you. If I may second order if you like. Okay. Do you think finding that out recognizing it and perhaps coming to terms with it on personal level help to her? I think it helped personally. Explained a lot because you know, I'm introverted basically pretty good here. But. I've always had problems and going up to somebody. Saying hello. I expect him to say to me because I'm a wheel because I'm an aspect your. So it explained a lot. And you know, like, you say it. It's a mild. And condition of autism. Border. It's nothing to be ashamed of like, I said, I'm proud of it. And because it explained why part why I was. Who I was. Nothing the gate. My upbringing, my family background and how I came out of the other. We all come the oven with the personnel as you as a parent to better their different, right? They certainly are. So you know, there's all of that. But I think it helped a lot. A burden for me. Hey, it's not necessarily my fault. I'm trying but I just can't compete with the extroverts. Like, it would be nice to be able to do that was Bill Gross who reigned for decades as the bond king Pacific investment management. And now is retiring more than four years after coming.

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"michael bird" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:45 min | 3 years ago

"michael bird" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Now, our exclusive conversation with retiring bond king Bill Gross gross disgust, having Asperger's in his conversation with Bloomberg's Erik Schatzer. For better for worse, Bill, we've all read and heard things about your personal life were you able to compartmentalize all of that? Or did it distract me? I think so. But you know, you never know. I mean, my personality. And to get personal an aspirin and asked burgers can compartmentalize they can operate. In different universes. The other universes affecting them as much, and so yeah, I had a nasty divorce and still. Feelings about. But I think he did pretty well. In compartmentalized not that. I didn't wake up in the middle. And starting damning one side of the other. But when I can do work, it was all business and. I don't think it affected me that much. But you know, it's hard to know. I didn't know you burgers. Is that what you meant in February two thousand sixteen in one of your outlooks, you wrote about Michael Lewis's book and the movie it's fond the big short. You said that you shared an attribute or an affliction. I think is one of the heroes. If you will that book Michael bird, Dr Michael berry, and it wasn't his glass. I exactly so I read that book. And Lewis is a great writer, and he he within that chapter about Mike. He listed ten things that aspect is have that Michael had as well. And I read them to go and some of them were not being able to look somebody in the eye, which I'm not doing very well at the moment. Singular hobbies like stamp collecting them cetera. It's under I go. That's me. I go. And so I took the book out to my ex wife. I said. Reap this. And she read it, and I think that s burgers, and she said you do not you do. But she said, you do I said, how would you know that said, well, you know, when we were having dinner with Bill Gates and Melinda. And that was like five years before at a Duke reunion fundraiser is home to said we were sitting at the table. And I looked at gates and looked at you. You said you were going exactly the same thing at the same time mannerisms were all the same. And so I had heard that here. That's burgers, mild form. So I went to psychologists and it said here's ass burgers. So I said went into tell me as you said. Because I thought it might hurt your feelings. Notice about yourself. Yeah. But it explained a lot not not that. I'm sort of proud of it. I wouldn't be telling you. I'm proud of it because it explains a lot about me not that all aspects are not geniuses. Some in the intelligence thing is not necessarily a big part of it. But. My personal behavior and ability to relate to people in my singular harvesting collecting this and this and this and this. Yeah. Hey. So maybe I do. And so I did go to a psychiatrist and the first meeting at the end of it is just too. I said. Asper? And she said, oh, yeah. There is. A line of thinking that says people with that condition do better as investors. You think that's true? I think so. Well because it will. I've understood it. In my experience. It's allowed me to stay at thirty thousand feet as opposed to be on the ground. Basically the conditions wondering which I'm sorta here and. Other people will know come into a room, and they say Bill, I'll go I'm off here. And so that's not necessarily good in terms of wonder one people think here angry or a hole or whatever. But it helps you to focus on longer term things without getting mixed up on the details. And so I think it. Yeah. I think it was very important because it allowed me to take what we call. The secular pro chip in federal long-term view. And it was it was a good view. The take us an burger now if if I was a quantitative trader hedge fund manager day to day minute to minute, boom. Not so good interesting. Do you think it helped you identify patterns better? Probably. But I never thought about it in those terms, but probably from the standpoint of again of thirty thousand feet. Yeah. Yeah. Because it allows me to just forget about the minutia and to focus on one thing, whatever it is at the moment as opposed to five different things. Now, I'm going to get a little metal on you. If I may second order if you like. Okay. Do you think finding that out recognizing it and perhaps coming to terms with it on a personal level help to her? I think it helped personally. Explained a lot because you know, I'm introverted basically, I'm pretty good here. But. I've always had problems going up to somebody. Say hello. I expect him to say Hello to me because I'm a wheel because and Aspar so it explained a lot. And and you know, like, you say it. It's a mild. And condition autism right on the border. It's nothing to be ashamed of like I said, I'm proud of it because it explained why. In in part why I was who I was. Not gonna gate. Upbringing my family background and how I came out of the other. We all come with a personnel as you know, you've got to betcha their different, right? They certainly are. So there's all of that. But I think it helped a lot. Relieve a burden for me. It's not necessarily my fault. I'm trying but I just can't compete with the extroverts. Like, it would be nice to be able to do that was Bill Gross who reigned for decades as the bond king at Pacific investment management. And now is retiring more than four.

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"michael bird" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"michael bird" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"These teams know what they do. And know what they do. Well, I will say this Rams chief Super Bowl. Rob like that. Oh, that's good. That's that's good. Well best game. We saw this year. Arguably Rams chiefs and people looked at remember more people were saying that what might be a preview to the Super Bowl. So we might actually get that he teaches sports commentary. At USC winter next big class, not up. I'm going to be back there teaching. A maybe like a sports coach where their TV show sports TV show. And then next semester. I'll teach again, right, by the way, I watch the Lakers last night a big road win. But good that was a big win on job. Lonzo play. Well, Lonzo ball. I'll give you credit when you play. Well, but there's also those other nights Westbrook. Can she Westbrook? Can't you? It's unbelievable. In your life in my life. We're NBA fans. Have you ever seen an MVP player? Two years later can't shoot any can't make freak does. I know he made it three to Tida gay, which was huge. He shooting sixty four percent. And that's crazy. I've never seen in. Now. I've seen baseball hall of voter. I've seen batters going to prolong slumps. I've never seen. Kobe Michael bird. Magic westbrook. Can't shoot not for guy. Who was as good as he was a nasty mental. It's a mental thing because he's struggling shooting a basketball. He missed a layup last night late in the game two of them. Yeah. Rob parker. Goodstuff have a great weekend on couple. Chris Bruce are great listen, Fox Sports radio. Be sure to catch live additions of the heard weekdays at noon eastern, not AM Pacific on Fox Sports radio at this one and the iheartradio app..

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