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"mick" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

08:22 min | 8 hrs ago

"mick" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Welcome the world's greatest podcast S-, cancellation endemic. Vision we've got. Some things that impact basketball said Greenberg has PAC twelve as announced that basically, not basically, they're not having any sports until the first of the Air January first in my view guess what basketball starts before that we're GONNA have Mick Cronin onto discuss. football canceling day by day things happening set. What's your overall view? To me, it's interesting I. Think you're going to cancel sport. Then I don't see how you have anyone on your campus and the reason I say, that is an I run I'm not that I'm not saying they should play shouldn't play. But if it's too dangerous to have a team fixed environment a on your campus over the particles, they have in place for a football team. That, you know what you do for the big ten. What are you? GonNa do in her sixty thousand students wandering around your campus with very little restrictions very little protocol limited testing, a limited contact tracing. How will you manage that like I think football coaches in greater opportunity to everyone in the league. Same Protocol has a greater opportunity to maintain a safe environment than it campus of sixty thousand people. Now Look I'm not championship bullish. Football, but if you're not gonNA play a sport. And you know what I'm saying how you open your campus to sixty thousand people from all over the world. Said I agree with that important I disagree with what you've said at different times where a college campuses a safer environment I couldn't disagree with people more than that. I think. I think sure the facilities, a safer environment. Well, there's one basketball team that I know of that came back everybody negative two weeks into being on campus in June shutdown cassava, another fifteen college campuses not to save US environment. Now, college facility when they're they're from noon to six, whatever is a safe environment I. Don't disagree with you on the campus issue. Here's what I say and I've talked to numerous people about this. The bottom line seth is liability. It's not the it's not the president said want don't WanNa play they want the money it's not the athletic directors and it's not the coach's lawyers have put a screeching halt to this when the NC Double A. in two senators said, look these waivers are meaningless they can't do. This is awful. We're not signing kids said that ended college football it just simply did because look when you have sixty thousand kids on campus or however many you have that's fine. But when the wrist outweighs the reward meaning, you go to a football game with no fans with no concessions with no parking, you lose a ton of revenue. One kid gets sick without protection one kid gets sick and God. Forbid one kid passes away. You've got a liability issue in the billions. The lawyers have told me Dan depending on the language of liability waivers they're meaningless and once the lawyers and the players and everybody said we can't sign these in my in what I've been told by lawyers actually do this including my brother college football was dead Jerry. You think how fast balls that vaccine is in a Different it sport. Less. Less guys right last guys I always thought the college football should make concessions and said, okay look we're GonNa go to sixty or seventy guys not one hundred home teams have a hundred guys crazy I don't know seth I I don't know I think. I do think this is. I think you'd agree in ending Taylor everybody would agree so much can happen like the next month I. Mean I follow stock, market pretty close you've got Pfizer Madeira my dearer. Lily all coming up. We're trying hell you got the Russian saying that they have a vaccine. There still two billion to twenty different countries now then I read about it and it's untested. Would you take a rush test third lasted? They tested thirty people. One Putin's daughter. I think I saw that I don't know about college basketball I know this. Spring football ain't happening. Urban, Meyer said on my show yesterday and he said it on big ten network yesterday yesterday as well. You can't ask players to go through two full seasons in calendar year. I I, don't know. But I know this once liability waivers and all that stuff happened. There was no way college football is point see like here's my thing. So here comes the month of November. He lets you let suits out a week for thanksgiving. You in essence create a bobble for college babble member. To probably the end of January. So I don't think students come back to the January because everyone's hoping for of action. got that. Came you then take the major conferences that have the money and either create a bubble environment like a big tank go to. Indianapolis could you go to Columbus? Somewhere and literally play a league season And take online classes because let's face it felt for several talkback athletes taking on my class several takes. I the best schools in America taking online classes, kids at Duke the baseball teams taken online class circled it last. So like battle be that'll be the interesting conversation on Amish listed. See for me what you do with your team. Now now they start school later backdrop. Trust us what do you do with your team? So like football right now is done at the big ten in the pack twelve. Are. They conditioning. Are they lifting allowed into phillies on the coaches? What? What are they are they all furloughed GotTa say money all coaches furlough because you know basically, they don't have any responsibility because Tina Chevy what are you doing your million dollar strength coach? What are you doing with facilities I mean? And I throw something else at you. For the general public gay guys like you may Taylor everybody. You get a refund from the big ten network. You can refund from the PAC twelve network. Without Live Sports, you think anybody signing up for the Big Ten network the PAC twelve network use the honest after mls in the Major League Baseball and an MBA. We don't have anything to the basketball. What do people do do various actions telling you it's a it's a different world and I'm not GonNa say it's catastrophic because there are certainly things worse in the world obviously but it is something that that has ramifications to your points t seven on center passively. Let me say let me ask you this I- liability. We don't want guys sick first off Kobe for a kid that age isn't a Dennison's I mean it just is I'm sorry it's the numbers the numbers back me up. You don't WanNa get it. You don't want to spread it I. I I've studied this. You don't want to give it to your grandmother I totally get that in fact, my birthday this week it I was GonNa have a party. My mom wants comes. So we cancelled the party's just we're going at the Golden. Girls Party. We're just having my mother, my mother-in-law couple of their friends and nobody from outside coming in 'cause I don't want to even think about being responsible but let me ask you this set. You ask some great questions we going into weight. Room every day. What if somebody gets it? What if somebody gets from outside like I mentioned, the One basketball team brings it into the weight room. Now, how do you know where you got this? Do they shut everything down set I I I'm fascinated to hear what mick has to say coming up and I know it just hit Mick arrive between the is twenty four, forty, eight hours ago. But I'm fascinated by what he has to say because these are all questions that are certainly pertinent they are. The answer neither be you yeah because. You open up campuses in that kids they're just normal states. They're interacting with more free time. We will not let people have equal that more free time your players have more chance to suck.

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Beirut Digs for Survivors as Death Toll in Explosion Rises

Science Friday

05:48 min | 5 d ago

Beirut Digs for Survivors as Death Toll in Explosion Rises

"Responders in Beirut are still looking for survivors after a massive explosion Tor, the city's port on Tuesday, at least 150 people are dead and another 5000 are injured. Hundreds of thousands are homeless. Indira. What do we know about how this happened? Well, we know that there was an explosion that seems to have been two explosions on dit was really caused by a 2750 ton stockpile of ammonium nitrate. Which is a really explosive chemical that is often used as a fertilizer. To have this amount of ammonium nitrate stored in a port is really kind of stunning and I'm sure we'll get to it, but it's linked to protests that we've now already seen in Beirut among Lebanese who are already upset about government corruption. Government mismanagement, political and economic problems. And this just looks like one thing on top of that. That since 2013 so we're talking seven years this ammonium nitrate has been stored in a warehouse at the port when a Russian owned vessel stopped in Beirut, and then the ship was abandoned. So how is it that for seven years this has been sitting there. And no one has done anything about it. Even though Port officials had apparently written many memos asking, how is this going to be disposed of? I mean, just to give listeners a general sense. This is essentially like fertilizer, which you know, we know is quite explosive. And National Geographic had a really interesting story out yesterday where we talked about Just all the chemistry behind this and why it was so deadly and it's happened before in other places in this country, and by the way listeners may remember the horrible Oklahoma City terrorist attack that was an intentional bombing, but it was made out for the same chemical ammonium nitrate will French President Emmanuel Macron visited Beirut on Thursday to mixed reactions. For the past years. Mick Howard. Lebanon's leaders responding Very defensively. I mean, this is a level of governance, apathy, governance and aptitude that that is simply difficult to comprehend. You know, as Indira was saying, this has been In the port for six or seven years, senior Customs officials are saying claiming that they warned about the danger of having so much Ammonium nitrate at the port, a handful of times the judiciary onto port officials, and they got no response. So many people in Lebanon are talking about a level of criminal negligence. Today, authorities say that they're going to Interview the head of the port, the head of customs on We'll see what comes of that. But at this point, the Lebanese people are so sick. Of a level of corruption and the love of kind of a corrupt core of the entire political class. And that's why this was recently compared to share noble. The idea that this exposes that corrupt core of the government could lead to government and falling again. We saw the government fall again fall last year, replaced by a technocratic successor. This year. Or we could just see increased anger that leads to no reform. But at the very least, this is proving eso awfully so tragically, some of the in confidence at the core of the Lebanese government Nancy talk a little bit more about what comes next with the layer the level of anger so high with the government even before this disaster, What are you going to be watching for in the region? That's a great question. And I should say I have almost bias has spent five holidayed in Lebanon as recently as last year and holds a very special place in my heart and so to see the devastation is just breathtaking. You got it earlier. You know this is a country where people were suffering tremendously before this explosion. This is a country ruled the value of its current had dropped by 80% in the last year. People were hungry. The Lebanese cannot afford. To do the kinds of repairs to their country to their city. In the wake of this bombing, many could not afford to eat before this, And so I think long term, the question becomes, Will we see fundamental changes in the government? In the system in Lebanon because we've heard about port officials being on house arrest or having their assets frozen, but those air sort of on the edges in terms of the issues in Lebanon, the fundamental issues governance. You were asking earlier about the Lebanese reaction on Ly, the Lebanese mayor has walked the streets. There's been no resignations. There's been no sort of out point, even the trash that people are gathering from the debris pile up, and there's no government trash service to pick it up. And so these air Corps problems with the the governance of the country, and so I think for the Lebanese unless there are fundamental changes to that Such that when someone reports thousands of tons of nitrate is near the city center that it's dealt with and not ignored repeatedly over and over again, and so, what we're looking for is whether we're going to see fundamental changes and how the system Operates.

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Colorado kindergarten vaccinations were up pre-pandemic, but officials worry for coming year

Lewis and Logan

00:44 sec | Last week

Colorado kindergarten vaccinations were up pre-pandemic, but officials worry for coming year

"And officials I know are that concerned others the current health crisis could reverse Don't the progress agree with this, of state but I is made had on vaccinations. pretty much thought. You know Has what? been a drop He'll come off back in the this number year, of vaccinations and for kids he'll since be the an pandemic above average began, tackle. I might state not be an elite epidemiologist tackle. You Rachel paid Hurley, him like He an warns elite that tackle. this could You lead paid to him the another most. crisis. These Of declines that we've any observed right tackle in in pro vaccination football history rates do in his put contract, us at risk for But another opt public out Maybe health maybe crisis, there's some potentially underlying above medical and issue beyond that the we're unaware Kobe crisis, of. Your Buddy B. K one says in which that seriously our preventable Broncos diseases insider like for the measles station said and pertussis that he can was told research. Wilkinson Tomorrow, will be The ready Thornton to go Fire by the Department time is they're going in to be Pat's. providing free Yeah, covert that's 19 that's common testing knowledge has from been 8 out a.m. there for to 1 the past. p.m. Three weeks. At the city Yes, of Thorin he Infrastructure wanted you to maintenance know that Center, 126th She ate that, and East Lake Avenue. You Um, do have to pre register go to just go it's funny bot Tweet. dot net Funny slash tweet right Cove under Mick in 19 my testing. classes. Ah, So

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Meet Stagecoach Mary

The Past and the Curious

05:36 min | 2 weeks ago

Meet Stagecoach Mary

"A No! That's what I'm saying like. The Postman only rang once. What. What Oh, oh, Hey, we're on! Hello, everybody! My name is Mick Sullivan and welcome to the past and the curious. This is episode number forty six, and we've done an episode about male done episode about trains, and we're kind of talking about both of those things again, but it's two completely new stories. One of the stories you're going to hear is about owning the dog. And I need to think friend of the show Michael. Fleming for his great reading on that one. The other store you're going to hear is about a woman who was generally known s stagecoach Mary, or at least that's how the history books remember her, but her real name was Mary Field and she was a very interesting person. Helping us with that episode. Doing a bit of dialogue is my friend Molly Victor from well. She's the creator of stoop kids, stories, which is an awesome podcast. Part of kids listen highly recommend. Check it out. Be sure to stick around for some songs at the end and patriotic shoutouts and a little bit of fun hiding out there promise. Let's get started. Robbers didn't scare fields. Wolves didn't scare her either. She had held her own against many even deadly cold weather was of little concern to her. Actually for that she had developed a little trick to stay warm and not freeze during these particularly perilous nights to keep her blood pumping, and your temperature up Mary would pace around her wagon all night long to keep from falling asleep. She figured if she did fall asleep in the cold, she might not wake up. A night without any sleep was definitely better than a morning. That never comes as you can see. Mary took her job seriously she had made an oath to the United States Postal Service and had become the very first black woman to have a postal contract and a carrying route with her wagon and team of horses she was responsible for hauling mail and freight through remote areas of Montana, meeting the train and cascade and navigating to Saint Peter's mission. This is how she earned her nickname stagecoach. Mary the fact is she didn't take that horsedrawn wagon to get mail and freight until she was well into adulthood. For most of her life, she wasn't stagecoach Mary at all, but instead Mary, fields. She had been born on a plantation in Tennessee around eighteen, thirty two was never sure about when her birthday was. Like the rest of her family Mary had been enslaved. Forced hard labor in the field was the fate of many enslaved men and women at this plantation. And Mary grew up to be a powerful young woman who worked beside the powerful men. She was tall over six feet by most accounts, and she had a broad, incredibly strong. Now, eighteen sixty five brought an enforceable end to enslavement in the United States, and while many emancipated men and women stayed near their families and friends. Mary immediately left Tennessee in search of work. She I found it on the river during Poker Games and bull sessions later in her life. She liked to tell the story of her job on a riverboat. The Robert E was a steamboat named after the confederate general on which Mary worked in eighteen seventy, there was a famous steamboat race down the Mississippi River from Saint Louis to New Orleans between her boat and another steamer called the NACHOS. Nearly, everything moved at a slower pace in the eighteen hundreds. So it might be hard for us to understand the excitement of a race travelling at an average of fourteen miles an hour and stretched out over several days. Wasn't a slow as molasses, but it wasn't far off. Nonetheless, Americans paid attention. The plotting pace of the race lent itself to the. Of the day, as the steamboats paddled in pushed their way down the river, small towns with Telegraph, the time, each vote passed by two newspapers, print and several daily editions. As exciting as it might have been to track the progress in the morning and evening editions of the newspaper. It was certainly more exciting to be at Mary Shoes, which were on deck or at sometimes below deck by the boiler of the League. She were called the crew feeding the boilers with anything. It would burn to keep the steam earning the paddle wheel. They ran out of wood for the fires. They'd stoke it with other things broken up furniture old clothes, even somebody's desk. What ever it took to win the race? She said to that end. They actually through a whole side of Bacon in the fire. That greasy smoke may have been the key. The League won the three day race by six hours not long after this through the connection of a passenger. Mary went north for a different, even slower paced work. She arrived in Toledo Ohio for the job. At the Ursuline Convent of the sacred heart she served as groundskeeper Gardner, and handled any other jobs for the community of nuns who lived there. In exchange, the nuns gave her a room board and a paycheck Mary definitely stuck out amongst the backdrop of Solomon religious ladies, sharing space nothing about the holy environment could stop Mary from yelling at them or anyone else. Who messed up her meticulously kept landscaping.

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Deliveries!

The Past and the Curious

04:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Deliveries!

"Oh, oh, Hey, we're on! Hello, everybody! My name is Mick Sullivan and welcome to the past and the curious. This is episode number forty six, and we've done an episode about male done episode about trains, and we're kind of talking about both of those things again, but it's two completely new stories. One of the stories you're going to hear is about owning the dog. And I need to think friend of the show Michael. Fleming for his great reading on that one. The other store you're going to hear is about a woman who was generally known s stagecoach Mary, or at least that's how the history books remember her, but her real name was Mary Field and she was a very interesting person. Helping us with that episode. Doing a bit of dialogue is my friend Molly Victor from well. She's the creator of stoop kids, stories, which is an awesome podcast. Part of kids listen highly recommend. Check it out. Be sure to stick around for some songs at the end and patriotic shoutouts and a little bit of fun hiding out there promise. Let's get started. Robbers didn't scare fields. Wolves didn't scare her either. She had held her own against many even deadly cold weather was of little concern to her. Actually for that she had developed a little trick to stay warm and not freeze during these particularly perilous nights to keep her blood pumping, and your temperature up Mary would pace around her wagon all night long to keep from falling asleep. She figured if she did fall asleep in the cold, she might not wake up. A night without any sleep was definitely better than a morning. That never comes as you can see. Mary took her job seriously she had made an oath to the United States Postal Service and had become the very first black woman to have a postal contract and a carrying route with her wagon and team of horses she was responsible for hauling mail and freight through remote areas of Montana, meeting the train and cascade and navigating to Saint Peter's mission. This is how she earned her nickname stagecoach. Mary the fact is she didn't take that horsedrawn wagon to get mail and freight until she was well into adulthood. For most of her life, she wasn't stagecoach Mary at all, but instead Mary, fields. She had been born on a plantation in Tennessee around eighteen, thirty two was never sure about when her birthday was. Like the rest of her family Mary had been enslaved. Forced hard labor in the field was the fate of many enslaved men and women at this plantation. And Mary grew up to be a powerful young woman who worked beside the powerful men. She was tall over six feet by most accounts, and she had a broad, incredibly strong. Now, eighteen sixty five brought an enforceable end to enslavement in the United States, and while many emancipated men and women stayed near their families and friends. Mary immediately left Tennessee in search of work. She I found it on the river during Poker Games and bull sessions later in her life. She liked to tell the story of her job on a riverboat. The Robert E was a steamboat named after the confederate general on which Mary worked in eighteen seventy, there was a famous steamboat race down the Mississippi River from Saint Louis to New Orleans between her boat and another steamer called the NACHOS. Nearly, everything moved at a slower pace in the eighteen hundreds. So it might be hard for us to understand the excitement of a race travelling at an average of fourteen miles an hour and stretched out over several days. Wasn't a slow as molasses, but it wasn't far off. Nonetheless, Americans paid attention. The plotting pace of the race lent itself to the. Of the day, as the steamboats paddled in pushed their way down the river, small towns with Telegraph, the time, each vote passed by two newspapers, print and several daily editions. As exciting as it might have been to track the progress in the morning and evening editions of the newspaper. It was certainly more exciting to be at Mary Shoes, which were on deck or at sometimes below deck by the boiler of the League. She were called the crew feeding the boilers with anything. It would burn to keep the steam earning the paddle wheel. They ran out of wood for the fires. They'd stoke it with other things broken up furniture old clothes, even somebody's desk. What ever it took to win the race? She said to that end. They actually through a whole side of

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Mick Jagger Celebrates 77th Birthday, Stones Bandmates Pay Tribute

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Mick Jagger Celebrates 77th Birthday, Stones Bandmates Pay Tribute

"On rolling. Big, Happy birthday to Mick Jagger turning 77 years young today. And it's all in the family. Apparently Keith Richards posting a picture of them together, saying, quote Mick, wishing you a Happy birthday. Love Keith Group has been together six decades, ups and downs, feuds and all You know the story. Jagger did have some health issues as well. Recently undergoing heart valve replacement surgery, only sideline the Rolling Stone just for a short period of time. Happy birthday. When's news time, 12

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I cant breathe.

This Week in Photo

05:55 min | 2 months ago

I cant breathe.

"People's welcome back to a somewhat different. Kind of episode of the podcast in this episode I'm joined by my friend. Mr Hyde Gerusa he and I are going to. Talk. We're GONNA. Be Talking about kind of what's going on. What's going on in the world today with with the not so much the pandemic stuff, but the the. Anti police intimate. The black lives matter movement racial. Injustice all that stuff that's going on, but we're GONNA talk about it from the standpoint of. How it has impacted us over the years you know and I I've been kind of by. Go on record and say pie is the impetus of this discussion because he and I. Were talking during another interview and I was like man. I want to address this, but I don't know what to say. I don't know if I can add to the conversation I, don't want to be another. metoo person just sort of piling on or seem opportunistic in any way, but at the same time you know like. You know and I you know I affected in the same way that many other people many other people. Are you know maybe more so than a lot of other people but I wanted to. You're pie. You were the encouragement to sort of just say let's just talk about. This conversation a candid discussion, maybe relate some personal experiences, and you know just let the chips fall where they may so that's why this episode is. It's you and I. You know shooting the breeze about you know what's going on today in the world so Piji? Welcome in how you doing. Thanks brother, I'm I'm doing good man like. I'm like the reason for this episode. No, I feel like you have this story that needs to get told man I mean like everybody has to. Everybody's been through. This stuff has to tell their stories by the way I thought we were talking about. The cannon are five is. Called a bait and switch. Switch, no, you're not interested in that model. Is this model over here? But you know there's a there's there's a A. We have to address right off the top before we start talking. You're in your bedroom. Were intimate. You gotTA. Candlelit you gotTa for women on the debt behind you. Got Multiple Candles these are my. Schedule, every recording content I light up candles. It makes me feel good. And this is my lovely partner in crime yen in the background This is what the professional work life looks neck now especially. When you're dealing with pandemic. And you have three children, and like who you're GonNa get now to Babysit the kids like like wall. Everybody's so this is what life looks like now. Is like why would you want? Anything else is just keep it like this right. So, what else do you need? You got candles. Beautiful won't bid with a with a MAC book. You know you you know just just keep. Giving money. For starters I would love an office I would love for my desk to not be two feet away from my bed. Oh yeah, yeah, well minus thirty feet away from my bed, so. It's the same thing. But I have a door I have a door. Let's dive in. Let's let's let's head about this stuff. I thought we would just sort of step through it from A. You know just just like go with the breeze and see where you see where the path leads, and I can kick it off with this sort of. The maybe maybe I'll start off with my my hesitation in why I was hesitant to come out until now and talk about this stuff, and what that looked like the main reason for that was like you and I discussed Pie. Was You know how do you? You know people like me in the in the tech industry people like me, I e African American males young that are nerdy that are in the. Tech Industry working on PODCASTS and photography and. Building community and digital products, and all that stuff, the demographic of the audience that I play in as you know, is probably very similar for lounge is. Heavily White Male, you know that's the demographic that I'm playing in and as a result, not that there's that's a racist community by nature, but as a result there there certain. People tell jokes little side comments here and there and. You know there's an opportunity to make a you of a racial parallel or something. You know stuff like that, so there's. Constant undercurrent of remember we do this member Mick Sir. Every week every Friday for the twit, pro community, and I think it was the last. One. Maybe the one before last, but we were talking about. I'm on this. This sort of bent of this this tangent of wanting to get a motorcycle right so sharing my that was leaked to the mixer because I was looking at a motorcycle in San Jose so I shared a picture of the motorcycle and this this beautiful black. Indian motorcycle and behind it was triumph. That was white. You guess where this is going right? The easiest. Possibly go right, and you know I was thinking in my head I was like that is just like t-ball. Low hanging fruit, but considering what's going on in the world today no one's GonNa. Swing it that t-ball. That's just too easy. Of course. Somebody had to swing at the T. Ball and. Why are you getting the? You're looking at the black motorcycle? I know you know this is. This constant under not constant I. don't even think like from that community I. Don't think it's malicious at all. I just think it's. More trying to be. I only want to say ignorant of it. Because the very smart community I think it's just more trying to make light of it to diffuse it.

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30000 Protesters March And Rally To Protest Police Brutality, Racial Inequality in Chicago

Great Outdoors with Charlie Potter

01:06 min | 2 months ago

30000 Protesters March And Rally To Protest Police Brutality, Racial Inequality in Chicago

"More people protesting the death of George Floyd thirty thousand took to the streets of Chicago they started with a rally at union park and finished at Seward park the crowd almost seven city blocks long some of the marchers talked talked about about the the message message they they hope hope their their margin margin will will send send in in talking talking about about the the same same things things over over and and over over and and this this time time I I really really believe believe like like changes changes happening happening and and as as long long as as we we keep keep this up and we keep doing it peacefully like we've been doing it I think it's gonna happen I think some people there is we all have to think about how you can get there Illinois senator Dick Durbin says he's been encouraged by the protests the scene kids high school kids at fifteen hundred students out last Tuesday next Tuesday careful warning broken windows they were kids who were speaking up for black lives matter and I met with some sense of the certain demonstrations occurred but that's not enough we got to do more and reach out to other kids in the high school teaching position of the same way senator Durbin talker WGN speed Mick Murray

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Players send video message to NFL about racial inequality

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:42 min | 2 months ago

Players send video message to NFL about racial inequality

"MVP Patrick Mahomes one of more than a dozen stars in the NFL who sent a video message to commissioner Roger Goodell about racial inequality calls on Goodell and the NFL to with Mick wrong in trying to silence players from peacefully protesting and to support the black lives matter movement niner said coach Kyle Shanahan holding a thirty minute assume a media call yesterday spent nearly the entire time talking about racism and police brutality said he supports players kneeling during the anthem in any other way to peacefully promote change says society has to acknowledge the problem set it is a huge problem throughout America that's a fact that's not debatable it's always been a big deal and I I think something just as a white person that bothers me that I don't think all white people realize that you know there's different parts of this country inns but a lot of white people if they don't see it they don't think it's happening that is socially racism with slavery and stuff about a long time ago and they're in certain parts were if they don't see it they'll take it it's happening and and that's the problem racism's all over and that's what black people deal with every day why do you core very sheltered about immigrants because that's not there with everybody but it's there with way Shanahan people Shanahan says this is something he has discussed often with his players I know our players are so passionate so passionate black guys and white guys about trying to fix this but I think we all know it's not easy answer it's the whole country admitting what is wrong which isn't available

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14 Million People In Latin America, Caribbean At Risk Of Hunger, U.N. Report Says

America First with Sebastian Gorka

00:35 sec | 2 months ago

14 Million People In Latin America, Caribbean At Risk Of Hunger, U.N. Report Says

"The United Nations has covered nineteen could spell economic disaster for Latin America we was three point four million experienced severe food insecurity in Latin America during twenty nineteen the number could be couldn't pull for twenty twenty because of the economic impact of the crisis well food program in Latin America regional director Mick will Barretto says will definitely entering a very complicated stage worldwide and regionally coating the crisis the hunger pandemic across the region people in desperate situations of violating the grounds to go out in search of money on

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UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 months ago

UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

"The United Nations says because it nineteen could spell economic disaster for Latin America where was three point four million experience severe food insecurity in Latin America during twenty nineteen the number could be couldn't pull for twenty twenty because of the economic impact of the crisis well food program in Latin America regional director Mick will Barretto says will definitely entering a very complicated stage worldwide and regionally coating the crisis the hunger pandemic across the region people in desperate situations of violating the downs to go out in search of money and food I'm Charles the late this month

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UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

"Where was three point four million experience severe food insecurity in Latin America during twenty nineteen the number could be couldn't pull for twenty twenty because of the economic impact of the crisis well food program in Latin America regional director Mick will Barretto says will definitely entering a very complicated stage worldwide and regionally coating the crisis the hunger pandemic across the region people in desperate situations of violating the downs to go out in search of money and food I'm Charles the late this month

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UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 months ago

UN: COVID is LatAm's 'hunger pandemic'

"Where was three point four million experience severe food insecurity in Latin America during twenty nineteen the number could be couldn't pull for twenty twenty because of the economic impact of the crisis well food program in Latin America regional director Mick will Barretto says will definitely entering a very complicated stage worldwide and regionally coating the crisis the hunger pandemic across the region people in desperate situations of violating the downs to go out in search of money and food I'm Charles the late this month

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History in Five Songs 47: Bands of Individuals

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:38 min | 3 months ago

History in Five Songs 47: Bands of Individuals

"So this is episode forty seven. We are going to be calling this bands of individuals. I couldn't think of a snappier title. But this basically explains this concept and it's actually a pretty elevated concept If you don't mind me saying this is something I've always felt and it's an episode. I've been burning to do So let's just get to it. I mean essentially One funny thing about this episode is it's not very heavy metal or hard rock. Although I am going to be mentioning a lot of bands that are hard. Rock and heavy metal but my examples per se are not particularly in that field. But I am going to end with a with a classic heavy metal band so So all shall be forgiven. I hope by the end of this. I might mention a few Honorable Mentions Myself All right so we're GONNA do this one a little bit differently. I hope it doesn't go on too long. I probably will shorten up when it comes to the actual entries but I have a little bit of a along intro here so I went to you the fine listeners. And and said hey give me some examples of this and it's kind of funny The example started flowing in and I'm going to read some of those in in a second But what I realized when I was reading these examples is I'm not too clear on what my concept is for this. I hope by the end of this episode and when you hear examples you're GonNa understand what has always been stuck in my brain for decades essentially about bands. That are like this why I think there are certain bands truly truly truly like this. So let's just get on with that so I sent. I sent off a facebook cry for help here So what did I say here so So here's a really cool concept that I'm at four at need one. More as I said bands of individuals and ecosystem is created with a clear north South East and West. It's an ecosystem that has not one world but four five teams that comprise a complex world. I've thought this for years about these four bands. But do you get my drift strode. A few band names and if one of them just hits me like a lightning bolt. I'll know it but I don't want to explain further or debated. Let's save that for the episode. Only one of my choices is remotely a metal band. So that's what I wrote And yet just to explain a little more before. I read some of these Entries the idea here is that these bands create almost like You know you think of a little Snow Globe that you shakeup and there. There's the snowflakes in there. There's this enclosed world that is a weird world but very importantly this world is not one that ends up being kind of a unified sounding thing that a lot of other band's sound like it is a world unto itself that's number one but number two it does have an east west North and south. I mean it. Basically sounds like a world of individual players or Feifdoms that is making this up so doesn't sound like particularly like a unified whole. It sounds like a band or a record or song that you listened to where you can't get the members themselves out of your head when you're listening to it. You don't think the band name you think all of these original members jumbled up together at once. I think that explains it probably pretty well but let me tell you quickly and what I'm going to do here is I'm going to leave out. The bans That were suggested that are actually my choices anyways. And I'm just going to go through some of these very quickly dispelled the notion of why didn't include the more. How they they? Almost clay came close. Oh so we've got vanya Derek. I mentioned led Zeppelin Queen Cream and Russia. Okay all of those are pretty close but no cigar. They had certain things about them. That were almost two unified Long Story But those ones are are all pretty close but let's see Jacob Tannahill said sons of Apollo Mister Big Asia. Any one of them fit the bill and I actually almost thought Asia that I would include But Yeah I think he's getting the point here Sons of Apollo definitely. You know the big the big You know important band members. Asia supergroup The police New York Doll says Thomas Hackney also the pretenders I would say no on the pretenders I would. That wouldn't have come to mind. I wouldn't New York dolls that come to mind. Police is one of my honorable mention so with that band. You know you are thinking This this chicken scratch sort of textured a guitar playing from Andy. You know base. I don't think you think of sting so much base but you think of that vocalist and then also I with Stewart Copeland. You definitely get a unique drummer. That is a distraction. I mean you're thinking of him when you're hearing these police songs so yes that's a good example of what we're getting at here. Augusta Garcia parade. As mentioned the clash. I would say no I don't. It doesn't really fit the bill here. Thomas Hackney comes up with AKS little bit. That's kind of cool. One Eagles Blazed Barshop. Says no I wouldn't say so Going to leave Well no I'm not going to leave this one because I kick them out. Pat conners has fleetwood Mac. I actually was include fleetwood Mac but I couldn't see myself playing a fleetwood Mac song as one of our five choices here but definitely you get the yet. This is a perfect example. And like I say I was one of mine that was on the at the top of my head. You get. Basically these. Three distinct vocalists are all with their personalities and their baggage in their own solo albums. The whole bit Stevie Nicks Christie. Make Christine mcvie his Christine. Yeah and Lindsey Buckingham All very distinct vocalists. And you also get You Know Mick. Fleetwood is the is kind of the the patriarch of the ban. But you had get this very stripped down drumming John mcvie Idaho. Don't really think of him too much in this but Lindsay as well you think of a very distinct Sort of I said chicken. Scratch already with Andy Summers. Chicken scratch makes a lot more sense with Lindsay So again you're listening to fleetwood Mac song or a few in a row and you're thinking oh when's this focus gonNA sing or that one or oh. They're they're doing this together And then and then. Lindsey gives you this very stark guitar Solo And and you get this very sort of straight line B line kind of Feel to a of their songs so that is a ban when you're listening to them. I can't get the members individually out of their heads hence bands of individuals. Okay

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Police tried to tase Ahmaud Arbery in 2017 incident, video shows

Noon Business Hour

02:26 min | 3 months ago

Police tried to tase Ahmaud Arbery in 2017 incident, video shows

"The video released this week shows a police encounter with the model our brief from several years ago he's the unarmed black man that was shot and killed back in February while jogging the two thousand seventeen video obtained by the guardian shows the officer trying to search our break he refused to end nearly being tased bear his look his family's lawyers say it raises more questions about the local police departments conduct CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca reports from Dallas the ideal body cam footage from twenty seventeen first obtained by the guardian so the Glynn county police officer approach Ahmad armory into Brunswick Georgia park okay as the officer returned from running our breeze license Ahmad appears to be upset I'll tell you one here may I say one because this area is known for drug activity well I'm not searching you I'm checking for weapons all right ma'am less than two minutes later another officer appears in our brief refuses to let them search his car it allowed me to search your car I'm not as there's no reason to CarMax the second officer then orders are free to the ground after he fires his taser but it now functions and doesn't shock armory I got one day off a week one day a awful week I'll try to show them what they all grow and thankfully they let our breed go and he walks away more than two years later our breed would be killed by father and son Gregory Travis McMichael while on a run Meeder Mick Michael was a Glynn county police officer but they suspected our breed was burglarizing a construction site in their neighborhood the property owner says R. brie took nothing and surveillance footage shows multiple people walking in the handling of our briefcase has drawn widespread scrutiny the McMichael who were arrested months after his death a judge outside the circuit were armory was shot is now handling the case after five others recused themselves and three district attorneys have passed on prosecuting it in a statement attorneys for the armory family told us about the body cam footage quote it appears to be just a glimpse into the kind of scrutiny amat armory faced not only by this police department but ultimately regular citizens like to make Michaels we also reached out to the Glynn county police department but did not hear back

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"mick" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:33 min | 3 months ago

"mick" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Messy Book Kumasi Mc Johns. Tell them on a museum. I'll was a French for Mick. Spend so much time there so very glad we could have him join us for a little corentin conversation. Oh and let's give it up to that junior Walker Sax Solo from urgent along with more hooks than you'd find it any meat. Packing plant of course diggers. Please go spend some time with all things. Mick Jones on your music platform of choice. Also go read his autobiography foreigners tail or from your favorite bookseller and I sent at the top. A lot of people have a love hate relationship with foreigner. They love hate them. That is until they need a romantic song to get someone in the mood. Or if they want to hear a big anthem to pump them up or they need a good driving music for fun or they just want to sing at the top of their lungs test songs. That may have been overplayed at the time but you know is at least a guilty pleasure. I know who you are. Yeah like I said. The band used to fit or category sometimes called arena rock or corporate. Rock it's derision for bands. That really the the crime is selling too many records and at times him considered rather bland musically or not in your face excitement or lyrically filled with insight and depth. But you know there's a lot of music out there for whatever mood you might be in or for whatever emotional need you require for the last two weeks. We did episodes on thrash metal and PUNK Both of which are about as far apart musically as the dominating arena rock of the age but like I said about those two musical genres being two sides of the same coin. Yeah just the creamy middle being bands like foreigner. Yeah see what you want about this rock act. They dominated the charts for about ten years again. Sixteen top forty hits and over eighty million albums sold. I can tell you writing. A single hit is like winning the lottery. Writing three to five pretty much guarantees you a lengthy career. What does sixteen gets you a bad reputation for sucking the oxygen out of the room from other bands who might be worthy of but is that. Mix Walt Hells No. This is skill at a very high level. He can't be blamed for that. And that gets me to the point. I want to make here while I was doing my research. Prior prior to speaking with the man I was shocked. That foreigner is not already in the Rock Hall and that they never received a grammy were nominated. Three times can't do much about the grammys. If Bon Jovi's in the hall foreigner should be as well so I went to the expert on our Pantheon pods team and asked Joke was Allah from who cares about the Rock Hall. Why and here's what Josette I quote. While foreigner is a big mainstream van they have never been critically adored and the hall has only recently started to warm up to those types of bands journey bungee Chicago. That only happened in the last four years. A lot of rock bands. That aren't in the hall and think there's some conspiracy theory behind their exclusion. But that's always disapproved. I think the three bands that I just listed all throughout thought that and then of course were inducted. Eventually and it's confirmed that hurt again. Who was in charge of hall for many years tried to get foreigner on the ballot but the nominating committee just wasn't feeling it. I'm sure foreigner will get eventually too big to ignore if you ask me. Some acts just have to wait on end quote so there is that Again again to me. It's all good Because foreigners music has stood the test of time and really. That's the judge for anything. Okay next week. We continue with legends when we talk with Doug Cosmo Clifford of creedence clearwater. Revival he gives me all the good bad and ugly with the band from El Cerrito California. That sounds like they just walked out of Louisiana swamp the first band to truly knocked the Beatles off the top of the POPs join me for that one diggers. Stay safe out there an. Please keep up the rockin.

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"mick" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

04:43 min | 3 months ago

"mick" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Oh Yeah we'll we'll be. You know as soon as we can safely you know. Feel safe about doing about putting not just our safety in Together but basically you know more small sows in the the the The danger of the fans. Yeah we need to be sure that we're not doing anything silly right oviously and Opportunity we have will will be out there definitely while we wanna see you out there as soon as possible so I know you are also working on a musical of I think called Jukebox. How's that going is is? They're still working on that or is that also just stopped. Yeah at the moment. That stopped obviously was What we've been doing but it's kind of on hold whole They're looking at some new Produces and So it's in you know it's in limbo bit. I think This year we should be able to move on a bit. Let's hope so a whole different holiday from well. Yeah Yeah I think I was gonNA have the musical. The yeah you while the musical side of things is that's a halt. Yeah you're right. That's that's like making movies or something like that and that's another area entertainment business. You'll give them the songs and let them Put put something together that FBI end of the day. That's the only way to do. I think right all right last question for you make just because you have been there almost from the very beginning of this rock and roll era which literally is going on seventy years. I mentioned that to somebody interviewing last week. They were like really. Yeah think about a nineteen fifty-five were coming up on seventy years. It's pretty crazy so has spanned almost the entire history of rock and roll yourself walk in and this is a big question so please look in your crystal ball. Go as far as you want. But what do you think this music will be in? Say One Hundred Years Well I'm thinking about that It's hard to say. What if it spins very resilient? It's the first time that there's been that amount of time. You know in in music yet. How important it's been sustained that way for seventy years as you said so it's GonNa take some something really strong to take over the reins whether it's even music was be more in the world of More things tim you know. Things are so sophisticated you could use them. In in weathered more weaponry it's crazy. You know the the level specification So music why I already changing. Yeah Yeah we're in a new more interest. Yeah definitely and I kind of liked it. Sounds to me like some of these playlists. Sound like this thing to my father's all albums when I was kid. And it's like yeah this I think nostalgia is a part of that. Yeah and As far as the music itself I mean it just depends how many How many great writers can come and do something about that and You know but I think Music's comes so far dozing. It's just GonNa die out or you know. I think this is a long history. Had Future for The kind of music we've been doing But there again. I don't really know how to what we do. It's just people seem to have fun listening to it and as long as it's a good old fun as well you know. I'm I'm happy. Well Mick Jones. Thanks so much for being with us on the prediction today..

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Musicians and artists pay tribute to rock 'n' roll legend Little Richard

News, Traffic and Weather

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Musicians and artists pay tribute to rock 'n' roll legend Little Richard

"Louis the rock and roll world is remembering Little Richard tributes haven't stopped for rock and roll pioneer Little Richard who died Saturday at age eighty seven rolling stones guitarist Keith Richards called Little Richard the true spirit of rock and roll while singer Mick Jagger called him one of his biggest inspirations Alton John went so far as to say Little Richard was quote without a doubt his biggest influence the rock and roll hall of fame announced they've lowered their flags and little Richard's honor he was among the very first class inducted into the hall in nineteen eighty

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Georgia promises thorough probe in killing of Ahmaud Arbery

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 months ago

Georgia promises thorough probe in killing of Ahmaud Arbery

"Investigators in Georgia say they will work thoroughly in the case of a white father and son accused of killing a black man Gregory in Travis Mick Michael are accused of pursuing all mod armory in a pickup truck in February Aubrey was running in their neighborhood we realize the motions have run very high here for a period of time Vic Reynolds with the Georgia bureau of investigation says the father and son said they had thought our brief match the appearance of a burglary suspect recorded on a surveillance camera there's more than sufficient probable calls in this case for for felony murder charges were filed after release of cell phone video president trump reacted on fox and friends it's a very disturbing situation to me and I just you know my heart goes out to the parents and the family and the friends Nick Reynolds says all that matters is what the facts tell them I'm a Donahue

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Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 3 months ago

Family demands arrests after son was fatally shot while jogging

"The family of a man in Georgia was shot to death while jogging is calling for a forties to make arrests of the men responsible a mode of Barry's mother Wanda Cooper spoke to NBC's today show and shared how she has been feeling following the murder of her son back in February we since it happened I just want to just sit and think about what he was thinking the last step is the sign he didn't know that he was in the last minutes of his life Peter he was unaware of what was going on he does his job you know and let's not get home so he had no idea according to police armory was chased down and killed by Gregory Mick Michael and his son Travis while he was running through a neighborhood in Brunswick Georgia officials say the twenty five year old was on armed struggle with the man over a shot gun before ultimately he was killed by either of those involved though have been arrested or charged a man claim armory looks like a suspect in recent robberies the victim's family says he was just out

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Undruggable Drugs

a16z

08:54 min | 3 months ago

Undruggable Drugs

"So I thought maybe we could start about just talking about what the category of undrivable really means to the industry. What is traditionally mean? This is a favourite subject but also for me a sore subject. The term undrivable refers to as yet the inability to drug a protein or protein family or a piece of origny. It said an unfulfilled promise. Imagine Drug hunting with small molecules. Where I've worked and trained as sculpting drug molecule that fits into the pocket of a protein. What if there's no pocket? That protein may be regarded in our discipline as a Priori undrivable. So is it always shifting kind of category or was there a particular group that always was understood to be that kind of undrivable? It's very much both you know. Mars is unworkable right until we arrive there serious. Human Diseases of the non infectious nature are often caused when pathways go awry and these cellular pathways are driven by little machines called proteins. That are globular and They have in where biology occurs. Enzymes that metabolize food and such when these pathways go awry. We tried to identify a critical note in that. Pathway typically a protein and work to understand functionally. If it's too active in which case we tried to inhibit it or not active enough in case we tried to activate it in the discipline of drug discovery. This biological knowledge is very powerful but sometimes we regrettably find out that it's a type of protein or protein. Fold that has never been drug before and this creates real challenges. So this is the undrivable when we have no idea how to get that protein there these are the undrivable proteins and and there are whole families of very tantalizing protein targets creating a conceptual risk that often keeps many scientists away from pursuing coordinated efforts in drug discovery. In my time as a professor I studied the way genes were turned on and off and cancer as a cancer doctor. I was interested in the proteins that would cause the growth program to be activated to turn one cancer cell into two and so on and so on these proteins called transcription factors that bind. Dna turn genes on our consideration be beyond the reaches of drug discovery undrivable. Class which is regrettable because the perception that they may be hard to drug has kept many scientists away from even trying so people. Don't they literally? Don't touch it because it seems like such a challenge. There are a couple of important exceptions. The estrogen receptor binds estrogen. It is therefore drug -able by the sex hormone estrogen rest revile. But the most commonly activated gene all of cancer called Mick the protein that sits around the human genome orchestrating. The Growth Symphony has never been successfully drug even though it is one of the best. Validated targets in Over the last thirty years in cancer science. It's so interesting because I sort of assumed that it had to do with a lack of of biological knowledge. But it's not using the not. The biology is very well understood. But we just haven't understood how to approach it so what is changing now. What are where are we in the landscape of these undrivable? Categories of drugs. I mean one way to think about that. Is that in a sense? When we mean undrivable. It's undrinkable by the way we normally do things. And only when you start to develop these new methods you realize even in the old targets. There's other things you might WanNa hit in other ways to hit it. That's right one of the things that really interests in years. You know we think about targets. We add adjectives to the targets. We HAVEN'T DRUG TARGETS. In the fullness of time there may be no such thing as an undrivable target when you take in sort of the full momentum of different modalities that we might go after a specific target. Can we take the other side of that coin for second? Is there such thing as a novel target a novel target in the language of drug discovery is maybe the first recognition that a protein is really involved in a disease process and the biological experiments have validated that protein or gene in that process novel targets may be fully drug -able like the proteins that sit on the surface of a cell that because of successful prior campaigns to drug kindnesses are now as a group considered easily drug -able but sometimes novel targets are in these undrivable protein families and this gives us pause? I believe that some of the best validated targets in disease biology would have clarified path to helping patients. If only we could get out of our own way and really commit to approaching these proteins as drug -able to challenge the dogma till echo of the the old concept that's right I'd love to hear what some of those successes that really sort of forged a whole new path forward for people were and then also break down the tech behind. What made those possible. I think a very fine example where drug discovery has taken down and undrivable protein. Target is our work to develop the first hitter of what's called foss face in this case a protein called ship to okay. Foss faces are some of the most interesting proteins in disease biology there. Fossil taste is very important for diabetes. And a couple extremely important for cancer you might know what a kind aces. This is a protein that drops what are called phosphate groups onto proteins and there are a great many important kindness. Inhibitor Drugs That followed once. Novartis developed the first if not one of the first called Glee Vic for chronic myeloid leukemia as there are interesting kindnesses that drop phosphates onto proteins. There are counteracting faces that pull them off Interesting and it's for no particular reason that kind aces are so commonly drugged and Fossa tastes are not Except that for twenty years people tried to make phosphates inhibitor drugs and they just couldn't do it. It's one of the most famous protein families in the UNDRIVABLE CLASS. And there's something really peculiar about it. Phosphates drug discovery campaigns almost always produce a very potent and sometimes very selective inhibitor of a pure enzyme studied. Say outside of a cell. Okay but these molecules don't work when the enzyme is inside of the cell the pocket. That's drugged in the phosphate. Tastes is very positively charged. You know how opposites attract the molecules that are discovered are very negatively charged. And they can't get into cells. Scientists Bang their heads against the wall for decades trying to make phosphates drugs for cancer and diabetes and other disease states and were unsuccessful. Well some very creative. Scientists at Novartis did really interesting experiment. They imagined that may be a way to inhibit. The FOSSA taste isn't to go for the most active site But to try to inhibit the enzyme through what we call an alistair excite to sort of sucker punch the phosphates at a different part of the protein and so we perform to high throughput screens. One with the full length phosphates that has two or three globular domains like three beads on a string and second full high throughput screening campaign where we just looked at the active enzyme. Pocket it self. We found two thousand hits in this essay and we through all of them out except to we only kept the molecules that would work in the full length protein but wouldn't work in the small format protein Basically that you'd find the the molecules that would hit the pocket that's only presence when the whole protein is there exactly drug discovery is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Performed thousands sometimes millions of experiments with chemicals to try to find the one chemical. That does what we want. We threw out all the molecules that would hibbitt inhibit the active site and kept only molecules. That worked when these other sites were present called Alistair excites. After many years of very careful science we produce the very first inhibitor of a phosphate tastes and the way this molecule works is it glues the ship to protein together we call it an intra within the same molecule and Intra Molecular Glue. What a cool

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"mick" Discussed on Stories Podcast

Stories Podcast

02:31 min | 3 months ago

"mick" Discussed on Stories Podcast

"Why hello there. Mick you and your shaggy cohort made exemplary time getting here. It is much appreciated. Please come right in Jay's professor abner it looks like an arcade threw up in here kiddos. This lab is quite a sight. You've got lights and love is all over the place. Blinky and Bobby's and Burke's flashes and bashes Za`z. Any prizes for tickets crackerjack. At Ski Ball Ski Ball. No but I could probably throw something. No don't distract me. Come listen to this. Sounds like machine has a bellyache. Have you tried some soup and crackers? Mick I'm begging you don't pour soup on my computer again please. Just be quiet a second. Listen Holy Guacamole with chips and salsa. You've heard this before then. No now never before but I have read about it here. Right here Kiddos. We have this right on. Page one of the D. H. Monster Master Field Guide the Mothman. The month man is known to admit long. Eerie looping sounds once thought to be made in calls some crypto zoologist have proposed that the mock man's signature call is actually in response to imminent danger many famous disasters such as the Hindenburg. And even the crashing of the titanic have reports of being preceded by these long era whooping sounds this has led many in the crypto field to believe that the Mothman can foresee danger and even tries to warn nearby you about humans of impending doom. Let's see highly unlikely hypothesis but I suppose we must consider every avenue no matter how absurd we had better hit the streets and start asking around we have to see if any locals have had any recent sightings of the Mothman and components in the right direction. Well I think it's far from certain to consider this to be solid proof. Let's put our heads together for a real study session. And maybe with a lot of hard grilling work. We can buy banks. Well I guess in the meantime I should start conducting stress tests and running simulations on the potential metallurgic fatigue of the bridge..

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"mick" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

11:16 min | 4 months ago

"mick" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"And it goes on and on and on all you gotTa do is go to Real Mick Foley Dot Com to see where Jack that where if you WANNA go check out his show. My question to you is do. What are you doing you stark raving crazy? You're supposed be kicking it now. He works your `self off. You beat up your body now chairs to the head. You should be kicking back picking your spots. You hit on have odds hard. You know the dates are coming in. I've been working on this for five years. I went from where I couldn't get anybody to go to the show. I mean it was frustrating. I'd do a book signing and I'd have a good line. I do a minor league baseball game dateline when I asked me. Hey you're going to go to my my show. I could tell people were lying to me about creating chooses not to go to the show because it. It doesn't seem to make sense. It seems like a giant leap would actually is like a little sidestepping all these guys and they really do. I never should've called the comedy. Should've gone spoken word right. Shoulda coined a phrase like W W with so what was in store regressing centric storytelling show. That's hard to put on a marquee that there are large humorous. But don't have to be right. I can make a porn. I can get a little and I make sure if I'm going to get sensitive or sentimental that I got something really shallow lined up to dip my toe into and I'll make points you know all I try to cover some serious territory but I also got a sears territory. I mean is there any life lessons in Iraq because I mean God Dang? With many times we've been around together out lot of our friends that have died drugs bullshit stuff like Atta meeting getting life lessons in your show man. I mean in one or paying to see that they wanted to just hear McCain. I used to say I WANNA make people think as much as I wanna make laugh and then when I get a real look at the economy and how tough some people had. It became a big believer in the power of the smile. Like you know what they can get the heaviness somewhere else. It's like with my books. People picked up little lessons about life. I'M NOT GONNA force a lesson on people the one lesson I try to pass on as you don't let the situation define for you. What being successes like I always wrestlemainia moments? Become part of like it's part of the lexicon refer to things as wrestlemainia moment. I had I think where I was doing a Santa Claus appearance because I have a weakness is You know for Santa and I was doing it for a friend of mine. Who has a side project with Norah? Jones I come in I show up late. I almost laughed personnel loud the GPS. Tell me. I'm on the Brooklyn Queens Expressway and I can see the over. May APPs on the verge of leaving and I looked in the mirror and I said if you don't go back in there and I got my beer bleach rainman. Yeah Skins all underneath you. Don't go back in there. Do the best job you can. You don't deserve to wear this and so similar lessons what you doing in wrestling. And then when I walked in it was like it was like entering the land of is you know and I walk up there. I say Milo piece Nor Jones goes to sing silent night and I'm looking at a microphone and or Jones about eight feet away from me and I thought myself. If you don't walk up there starts singing silent. Santa Claus Rican Rican Jack and that was like I'm looking at is about four hundred people there and it's like this is a wrestlemainia moment. This is spills as good as anything ever did inside the ring. That's really the only lesson I have is that you can take a guy who used to perform in front of tens of thousands and put them in some case in front of tons of times. Usually in the hundreds I need double digits. They have a good time. You can't have a single crowd. But I'm I'm I'm enjoying it and I go back. I have to go back to two thousand and I was the commissioner to think of a time when this much thown and from from just a financial perspective and one of the problems. You were probably like me. I said wonder the JR and I've stayed friends all these years. Because I was not shy about making that two zero three phone call when I thought the paycheck to this alive last any of the boys out there listening to this podcast got rattled cage sometimes in regards to payoffs and another quick segue always tell gas. He's these youngsters coming up. Always ask the house. No you're spot on the card who you work with damage. When it comes to bug for promotion you will have concrete evidence and you will have learned the system continue east. I know I know we're GONNA go off and a lot of segues here and but I know people want to hear us talk wrestling and you had zach on a few weeks ago and I just. I felt like I had to write something about the Zack Ryder case and I was going to call it. The tragedy Zack Ryder. And then I watch the evening news and saw real tragedies I and I'm calling it the sad case of sad story. Zack Ryder the saddest. Part about that whole situation is when I asked him what happened. He said I don't know I said you never asked. And he shook his head and he said No. And it's like it's almost expected like you need the big tasks like above and beyond what you can do in the ring. You need to make that knock on the door in state your case. In his in his situation he had a rock solid case. He going to merchandise. He got himself over on Youtube. Yeah I mean you know show. Yeah I'll is e C and people responded say maybe didn't have legs that the tweet. Yeah he would have to. But you need to give some giants. Yeah Kid got himself over and and so that is a lesson for everybody there. Is that You know when you first come in. Of course you're humble and you expect you know you're you're you're happy to be there but the business doesn't do well with guys who are just happy to be. You got to paint a target on another guy ups back and go after that guy you gotta take up a spot. I mean you don't really this is me looking back and reflecting But I mean as you were God. We went down the road. Together with Hungary's ill literally. We are starving. Always always trying to make it one notch on card. I mean when you grew up as a fan of the business and Jack Lives on Long Island before we roll out in Long Island. Anyway you just want you want to be a pro wrestler right. Yeah you're always the main event you know what Steve. I'm going to the different categories. I've been told for so many years. I just didn't accept that that was my day program. You they beat you down so many naysayers but but I I never I never saw myself as being a champion like I honestly when you say was my program a success like a you are. We wrestled you. Were going onto the you know you were going on to the next next big thing. When I had the rock it was because he was about to wrestle you I I knew my role and I accepted it to this day when people say like don't do you think you don't get you don't do does it bother you. Don't get enough credit. You know you're not up there with the. I think you do get cry. Naysayers while you're in trench. Oh yeah a lot of them. Yeah same but the the the the endgame was making it making a contribution and then having the best possible matches could whether and then decided whether or not the guy that I worked. The program was with more worth more to the company. I I saw I honestly I saw myself as a as a role player up until you know ninety you know until I got the WB and and saw ninety ninety six. I can compete with the big boys. I remember taking that plane. Ride from my. I try out and I was a little bit intimidated and I had to sit back and think we're second. I wrestled with about two thirds of these guys. You know like yeah. I'm going into business with the undertaker but deep down. He's the same guy road with like six years six years ago against it changes that much had level. Pep Talk to myself. That's an it's an intimidating situation. So then tell me these phone calls you would have Jim Ross. Change must be personally. I use the word lexicon I come back with different asleep. This is a wrestling broadcast. There's some some bitch. What the fuck are they talking about? That they could tell about steel tears to this day. I can't say that word trepidation. Without thinking of you I was like why. Are you being served trepidation? Even used it in my hall of fame. Speech Trepidation number one bestselling. All they were hesitant. I got trepidation from Randy Macho man savage Promo trepidation is the word of the day and went on to discussing his match with whoever it was a time. Tell me about these phone calls with Jim. Ross how heated would they get? Because I talked to Jim all the time and he says you talk she loves to death. Obviously yeah So wonderful did you stand. You're fairly hot fairly fairly heavy. But not too frequently right so they always made something. They always made a difference. They're always meant something. When I called pissing a motor in every paycheck biggish bots somewhere around ninety eight. I think when I when I realized that I was a I think I realized I was a player for the world. Got The message you know right at on that Monday night. Show where we're all the people. Turn the channel and You know I did stay case in. Vince respected that. Jr would go to the vents and then they were usually built simple extra in a couple of cases. You know a lot of extra extra money and I think that was. His big battle is anything. You'd be part of the ring which is fighting for what you thought you you were worth you know and speaking of what you were when. I came into the WWF. Ringmaster I I'd been down in WCW. And I'll talk about ww money. When I love fair made about two seventy five my first year in the WWF amid about one hundred grand lesson that then. I started getting hot that next year. Yeah and real hot coming on pretty fast and this was back in the day when they would bring Your W. Two or ten ninety whatever your tax return forms at the bill and hand it to you and it was TV taping a Monday night raw. I remember like it was yesterday a miniature things. I forgot from all of steel chairs. I remember this. I got my ten ninety nine or whatever you call. It looked at it. It said X. amount of dollars man. I thought I'd really smoked everybody's ass that porn come up the curve and my paid-in reflect that and I was walking around and pretty bad mood and jr comes up to me. Goes what's going on as managers. Got My gimmick. I said I don't believe this what I made. I should have made this. Well let me talk to you. Oh man he went Tokyo man. You'll man made up the difference and that was my big boost on the way to starting to make the coin that would come back in the day but a voice you know unstated my case and was pretty firm on it. Because I thought I'd had a killer here. Yeah and so but that was my first case. Really haven't start bucking for a promotion. But if you don't Bu- nick to youngsters out there you gotta buck because you gotta learn..

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"mick" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

07:12 min | 4 months ago

"mick" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Sco Ranch this is the Steve Austin. Show Gimme a hell. Yeah yeah now. Here's Steve Austin Three. Sixteen gimmicks studio here you you when you put it in the address on your LAV researching gimmicks people all over. The world could devastate keeping three sixty and chemistry. My phone says address does not exist. Because you right here in front of me. Welcome to Korea. But it's good to see your assets good to be good to be here man. I feel honored under a lot of pressure though. Wait under no pressure. Because I was thinking I was thinking. How do you start off conversation with my old travel partner and a good friend and Guy? Who's been down the road as many miles? I have an you drove up as at a park in front of the driveway because Parkin's tight and drove up. That's what we're starting a car. Let's do it. Everybody knows you're GONNA cheap. His cats in the history of business and I say that. With all due reverence. Yeah because I'm number two rows behind you so you come crews another brand new two thousand fourteen white dodge challenger. I thought you gonNA stop. It's twenty four zero two eight so glad to see you treat yourself with a little style. There was a defining moment in my life. And I'm GonNa I you know I don't swear much we'll do whatever you want. I'm going to drop one for you. Guys very seldom do the talking in first person either but I remember my third day in the company you know W W I. I didn't have much relationship with Vince for a year. Or so you know like Hello Miss Man. How are you doing you call in the beginning and then I then? I went so many years calling him vince that I remember going back. It took me years to figure out. This is going to go all the way back to when Vince had the the explosion. Where Mr McMahon had died and I wasn't happy about it and at that time I had the stroke to say something. That stroke is long gone but I went up to him and I said Vince. I got a call from a soldier who really was blown up and he was worried about you and I got a call from a little boy who really is dying and he was worried about you. This is an incredibly poor taste. Because Mick Vince McMahon didn't die Mr McMahon and I said do you think our audience of course they do it was right then then I realized what he was talking about like a year earlier when we're doing alive to live backstage interview as it was why she would have caught it and I was calling for Vince and he said what did you call me. Vince. Like I never knew where he was going with where he was going with it was. He's Mr McMahon and I had no idea they were two separate people right so yes. We're going back to ninety six. I'm in a new and the company and he comes up to talk to me and he sees me putting something on my back like a little kid finally backs nothing would have been your back and he prize out of my handbook. That says America's sleep cheap cheap sleeps how to stay around the country for less than thirty dollars a night because that was prime on my mind. You know at that time. I know I want my Ronald is going to bed. Pretty Good Faith. A lot of experts. It wasn't going to be long at all now so I was saving every dime I could and it finally got to a point where I was in somewhere in west. Virginia wrestled the undertaker. I'm not on top of them. Second from the top you know and comes time for me to find a place to sleep and I pay twenty five dollars cash. No credit cards accepted. You have to go around. He's Martin Lawrence Kit's ash and I lay down on his bed. The bed just sags underneath my way. Twenty five dollars cash and I just looked up at the ceiling and I said out loud I said. What are you doing here? You're Cactus fucking Jack Talk Adverse Burson. Call myself by my Gimmick Name and cursed out loud and went over the guy and I told him that that wasn't going to support my back and I went and I and I got like a fifty dollar room. I went from the One star bullied to the twos two and a half three star level and and I realized you know that man maybe those those glory days were tripling up in the lodge you know they make for great stories but I was going to have to invest in myself a little bit better so although I would have loved to show a car that would have place you. First and foremost in. My mind is comfort of the driver's seat. We're talking off air by the fact that I went on a fifteen date tour. Fifteen cities and fifteen dates. Suzanne run eleven states ninety two hours of driving and I need that good front-seat seat and if you're you're CACTUS fucking CACTUS. I've already dropped one f-bomb I try to use one in an hour when I do my show. And it's you take whatever's in the lot if you're a national guy you know you get your pick once you've got the club. Yeah I WANNA hurt. Yeah yeah advert pick of seven or eight things. Suv they had a couple of other things. Cars are too small on a new dodge. The prime I got it while we go to movie you parked the wrong wilmer. Driveway got spun that thing I ever driven challenge sweet ride very nice u-haul as good thing buckled up. Yeah Oh you know what I saw everybody. Is You got your phone. I saw your technology and you you go way back before cell phone. Yeah you got your roadmap over there you type in a destination on your iphone you gotta physical roadmap the listen to the Steve Alton show so you're so young that you don't know that a paper map actually exist and you look on the highways and byways shows you how to get places Mick Foley Cactus Book and Jack has a real gold map on his passenger seat. You don't see how many of you you don't see them on his. I usually travel with one but there are times. You know you have to verify you. Type in your your. Gps You get the thing and then check it. Just yeah. Sure it's okay because I've been out there. I'm sure you have to The GPS takes on a mine of its own. And you end up going a long way man. My brother-in-law's going Chico. California from sparks Nevada says. Hang on Ellis road. It's a dirt road when a quarter mile down at things they do a u-turn. I trusted this lady and we took the long way around and sure enough about six seven eight miles later on right hand side to Rose Ellis road. It was a shortcut. And we did it. Take you so it proved as it kind of blew up on face element. I'm over there. All the state of California so at least need to know where I'm going. I think that no c word is and let's talk about the state of California. Because you here right now at my house right now and you think's GonNa do a show and Pasadena but as the show drops you going to be in Brea California the fourteenth you're GonNa be in Ventura California on the Fifteenth and the Sixteenth..

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"mick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

12:57 min | 5 months ago

"mick" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Dollars lose your ear. Yeah Yeah I almost lost my good one and So I was talking about that match last night. Actually somebody asked me about the Kawasaki Dream and I know the crazy thing is like they're playing my music and then Mr Asano. He was the owner He was worth between fifty and a high one hundred million dollars depending on where the Japanese stockmarket was and I hear him yelling at Music. Tacos and I might call that. I'm selling soap. That was so. Here's the biggest. It's a big tournament Left me much the worse for wear and I'm like I'm trying to any other sport. The business like could you imagine ties? Various music playing all. He's he's Alex. Some autographs enable with. That's how you do a photo in the match at first match tournament where you actually see a you know a hundred yen bills to boot so your show and tickets and tour dates route. You want to visit Real Mick Foley dot com it's a combination of standup comedy and storytelling or I would say it's I mean every good stand up comic will if they look at the show. That of course. This is Stan story tugs stand up comedy. It's part of the stand up comedy Family but I don't WanNa scare away perspective fans by thinking out of the. Hey what's with this rotavirus? I don't do top politics. I don't talk social issues You know I tell these wrestling stories that I work. I really work on them. Like last night I felt like I was a little bit off and I go back to the drawing or like okay. How can I make that story better? What syllable can I emphasize more? You know I really. I'm a perfectionist and my goal is not the number of class. It's just want people that big smiles on their faces when they leave the event at the risk of turning you into a piano bar here Do you mind telling us one of your favorites the way not all of them. Obviously if you want all of them tickets tour Dates Real Mick Foley Dot com but what is one of the stories we might enjoy? Oh well I've been the south now. I'm in Tennessee last night. I was in roanoke. Virginia it's too big a WCW town. So I was breaking out a story in which I just can't give you a touch if I can't certainly can't go into the meat of the story here but I was talking about how there was frustration being. Wcw because they worked themselves into a situation where you couldn't be top guy unless you're making top guy money but you couldn't make top guy money unless you were top guy so the kind of married themselves to the same eight top guys so for people like me. A young stunning Steve. Austin that can be kinda frustrating and so also loneliness of being away from home and so you do little things to pass the time like taking bets on how long it would take to psychologically torment and crack another human being in this case. Diamond Dallas page one of the greatest guys the world. And that's like Steve. How long it's GonNa take. It's like oh I think we crack this open. Three Days Steve. I think we could do one like I say like you learned like everyone's got secrecy as they travel you know Dallas would some tack the blinds to the wall. So it's not to let and even the faintest people like you know man-made or sunlight that's and that's the problem it's an interesting. The problem was he was one of those random guys who like to be naked in the motel rope. And even more so really. Wasn't this naked. She would wear Saran wrap around his knees which she claimed. Help lubricate the joints and Steven. I sat down to Dallas next to him and try to have a heart. I Go Dallas Stephen. I would feel more comfortable if you wear clothes in the room. And he looked at me. Like is the most absurd request ever asked and they simply said Bro. They get in the way to this day. I ever do idea what that means. I just I suddenly I remember how Travis Spelt the old yeller movie is more or less like Steve. We gotta get a metaphorical. Let's put it this guy's Ed and so we torment that part you have to go to the show for Mick Foley with us here at. Espn radio for tickets at tour dates. Visit Real Mick Foley. Dot Com your. Imdb says you're currently filming a movie called Elevator Mad. Please tell me you are elevator elevator. I mean we filled that one actually a while ago. I don't know what's taking so long to get it out I think it's pretty fun but I'll tell you what I had a chance to be part of a really great movie called Peanut Butter Falcon and I I was just disappointed. That attack got sick and young man with Down Syndrome who starts. The movie was nominated for a couple of big awards people. Steal Your heart movie and take Robertson's tremendous as the backyard wrestler who'd rather spoke firm grasp but that title and make dreams of Young Man Without Syndrome Cup trophy with it. Just got like ninety six percent rotten tomatoes. It's supposed to be great Shiloh buff. Same Yeah See. What is he saying because either what? Yeah I'll tell you what when I got to Savannah it was like two days after he had the blow up The blow up. That was all over the news but what that young man was on set. She met only worked hard but he was respectful. She would talk all the extras like he was. He was great with Zach that relationship they had you know you can't act that that's got that's got to be real And it was like a real faith real family thing so yeah. He's saying he had a COUPLA heart-to-heart talks You know life talks The I really I understand he a problem. You know what he drinks does access. He doesn't drink all the time. It's not like a classic alcohol problem but when he does choose to drink. Can't stop at that. Some you know some stupid things happening. But he was a hard working dude man and he's good at that movie's really get. Hopefully this Snob this nomination. Snubbed can be corrected by your role in elevator. Man has to act again. Tickets in Tour Dates Rail Mick Foley Dot Com. I've got a thousand more questions mic talk to you tomorrow. Can we talk to You Tomorrow? Just every day. Just touched in here not plug. You might like tourists going Tennessee to To Kentucky to Texas to Oklahoma Arkansas Kansas Iowa Indiana Illinois Michigan. I think Reading Fifteen states. Five cities and fifteen states and And so I hope people take a chance of promoting again tomorrow. We'll talk about it more tomorrow. You got about I call her. Third Man of the boost. Donlevatar good work today. That was a fun. Show Stu gods it was also inter galactically stupid these Donlevatar show with these two guys on. Espn RADIO TODAY ON ESPN daily. The dodgers needed championship after the heartbreak of near misses they are determined overcome the past. And with MOOKIE BETTS IN PLACE. Can they finally bring it home? That's ESPN daily presented by ADT Download Subscribing Review. Espn daily available. Wherever you enjoy your podcast Mick Foley will be on with us again he's got a scheduling conflict tomorrow but he will be on again with us. Because we've got more stories than that we'll get to the polls in a second at Lebatardshow but Mike Ryan is making an allegation here. That apple purposely makes its old phones crap out so that you have to buy new phones it would be a fairly stugatz business model while. It's not an allegation. Dan was in the end. Finally they had to pay out for a lawsuit to which I say totally worth it for Apple. Filing makes the story credible. Yes what was appealing a half a half a billion dollars. Considering how many phones they sell and how much they have to pay out individually comes out to like twenty dollars per person. They got you effective business. Plan making sure because I've been there. I've been suspicious a couple of times older models of phones where I'm like man. It's funny that my phone started to act up. The second new iphone comes out. All our fears are realized they were doing it on purpose and Bravo. You've got me worth it. A half a billion dollars apple that's right. That is a hell of a plan to buy them. This is the punishment. That's this is the punishment for that is that even for that. I'm wondering what they want. Apple makes makes a day because that that's probably high apple a day probably makes more than ability. No Yeah Apple makes one hundred sixty three million dollars a day. Is THAT IN PROFIT. Just profit alone. One million every eight point eight minutes and Geez. That is crazy. I was yeah. That's they're doing well. What's revenue this going? Well for apple this apple. Yeah they might be onto something they got a future at Lebatardshow if you want to vote on the polls what you have here. Are you judging the coffers at other coffers judging you? I feel like that's going on everywhere. Man Yeah Right. I also feel the urge to not rubbed my face on television. I still touch my face. Impossible not to but right now. I have a huge itch on my nose in the cameras on me and I can't do it. Duck to the shadows. I've done it a million times today. I got mad at someone for coughing while I was coughing. I did that yesterday. Starbucks and other live that one's truth everything else I said today. Lie on it. I wouldn't say good good. We can't make up the stuff that happens around here. So in order to cover up allies to got stole and instead of stealing hand sanitizer. He accidentally stole aloe. That's a thing that happened with no rehearsal around here. That honestly still don't know what the truth what's online and like what's Dryer was. Lucio's on do you know the difference between a CVS and Walgreens once you're inside it's a great question. Sixty nine percent of the audience said no percentages WALGREENS WITH S. What did I say Walgreen without really? I don't think I said that aging long. Would you like the ability to incent text messages? Ninety two point four percent of the audience said yes. I don't get that though you send it. Do they see it? How long do you own thing? The problem here is that you're an old man and you're not sending many to. Am regrettable tax. Would you eat? Does that is but sitting your backpack for five hours. Billy did sixty six percent of the audience said no sorry bill. Pb and J. Toast sixty percent of the audience said yes. Vote victory for guys person. Who Uses Brady and Sammy? When talking about breakfast sandwiches jerk or jackass. Eighty seven percent of the audience said Jack Ass with harsher option. They're cruel they're very mean. The poll any also seemed to be tattooing themselves in an alarming rate. And a right over under four hundred and thirty seven questions a day by a four year old seventy seven percent of the audience said over. Those are the polls that someone got a mystery crate. Tend to write a mystery tattoo. Dude that's Ne- let me explain that. Of course dude. Of course dude but Sir you're gonNA regret that so much in fifty years or Friday..

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"mick" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"mick" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Maybe not trust the mainstream media but you've got to at least look at them so you know what the other side of the stories don't just look alex jones or whatever it is that you're looking at look. It's <hes> you know slopes. Even if you think slopes is government disinformation read what it says check it for yourself. Look the wikipedia articles all the wikipedia radicals references. You can go for this reference that is you can check them for yourself. If you're doing a search for something don't just search for things that confirm it such things that try to debunk. Try to explain it and give those go look at them. <hes> don't have to believe them from the start but you can't look at them be aware of all sides of the argument so you can make an informed decision rather than just listening to one side of the argument. That's fair enough <hes> while that was a great <hes> conversation. I thank you so much for coming here thank you. I've really enjoyed that served. <hes> once again guys check out mix book escaping the rabbit hole on amazon and of course his podcast tales from the rabbit hole. We've about websites that we've just found on google image search yeah metabank metabolic dot com yeah on trails which is dedicated to chem trails and controls trails and contrast specifically <hes> awesome well. Thank you guys so much for joining us. I had a lot of fun <hes> we'll. We're back akon friday as usual. The gatsby is arriving tomorrow. Which is a mobility scooter. We bought oh yeah yeah yeah. I'm very excited <hes> so we have a lot to look forward to and what guys we'll be a week. We'll see then totta. Thanks for watching <music>..

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"mick" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"mick" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"That said that i've seen is don't work with them with the vaccines would kill them uh-huh and so they do rely on this thing called hood immunity where like ninety people <hes> vaccinated around the chances of them coming into contact with someone with a disease is very everybody low so that pretty safe yeah but if you take away hood immunity and you start getting down to light sixty percent and then you're going to bump into people who are ill and then what happened that everyone is like questioning everyone. You don't believe believe have you ever been able to flip an antibac- antibac- sir. I didn't really torch faxes not because i don't want to. It's just i tend to deal with topics that are more <hes> skill cam trials nine eleven or vice is things like that like the mole unusual things. There's lots of very good people working on antitax yeah so i'm gonna leave it to them so i've got antibiotics cuban q. hugh and on he went on his that is the theory that there's someone deep inside the government that is leaking information that basically everyone in power or is a deep conspiracy a pedophilia ring yeah yeah they think that the the government is run by a corrupt elite that <hes> sacrifices children polysilicon <hes> <hes> harvest their adrenal glands oh <hes> because it's his thing adrenal chrome which makes them like for a young. Oh it's a while thing the adrenal glands gland secrete so they torture children which makes more adrenal crow and then take out the adrenal chrome and then the throw away the children the check themselves and they live forever. Well you know i imagine imagine actually believing that. I mean how horrific of a thing to think is going on around yeah and they think you know this person. Apparently the secret person within the government a lot of people think he's actually actually donald trump right doing this queue in on stuff but he's not he just joined the governor of the people. There are big fans of donald trump. They'll think he is basically estimate the savior either. He is running this q. and all things a secret operation. All the military is doing kind of a coup by they got him elected did and then they they using this flimsy lila tear the military of the good guys. I say donald trump is that puppet but how can donald trump be deep state like i said what's the explanation for that because he's only been president now for what three years almost each state i think he's like somebody a super talented guy that they the military recruited has that person they saw him on the apprentice how good he was on the apprentice. They figured he'd be a really good guy to be cunanan. Give clues to people on h._m._o. Fine what is it that that <hes>. There's always got to be a thread right some some some touch of reality to get people <hes>. What is it in that one warning cunanan there the threat of reality. I think they just don't want to think that donald trump is who actually appears to be right. There were big fans earns of me up donald trump <hes> and they were kind of disappointed when not to be this guy who tweets a lot of nonsense all the time and so they wanted that to be this his fantasy <hes> suffering nothing there does does this. Obviously there's people in government doing things <hes> that <hes> on on the surface visible. How serious are these people. A lot of these especially kind of donald trump right wing conspiracy theorist seems to not really believe it. Yeah it's hard to tell sometimes seem very very serious yeah yeah. You'd think that they don't because he's so ridiculous but then you think about flat earth people you find people who you actually daily earth is flat so people do actually believe this queue in on stuff and a lot of them. I think the cunanan people they didn't really understand the extent of the ridiculousness of the theory. They just think that those there's something going on. That's <hes> the the mueller investigation was a cover for a different investigation which you yeah maybe makes a bit of sense but now the investigation is over and nothing really happened..

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"mick" Discussed on H3 Podcast

H3 Podcast

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"mick" Discussed on H3 Podcast

"Like you think something as big as like a huge company would be organized but once you actually get familiar with a lot of times you realize it's really far from something that you would slip in like when i was in the army. I thought everything would be so organized. Such a serious operation an answer song not so incompetent and then often give people too much credit too much yeah well. This stuff by people at corporations are full of people and the prison system is full of people say they're people make mistakes but then he'll l. thing i mean it's it's like every single way along. I think that's probably just more evidence of the same type of thing. They don't didn't have the staff to keep things like that up but it was it's epstein of all people some random yeah so that that kinda shows you the he wasn't given some kind of special treatment which i think of anything that the justice department was a little a little bit too cavalier. Maybe they're a little too much like a it's. It's totally fine. If this do ends up dead could be could be but it's <hes> yeah we just that's obviously relation because it could have been the other things that could have been lists. I would rank it for when you say suicide aside. Are you talking about <hes> so when you say suicide clarify just suicide by <hes> pure negligence of of the the people there or suicide by <hes> an opportunity given i would i would rank just regular suicide as the first thing <hes> just underneath that i i would rank the some kind of opportunity given <hes> them not putting him on permanent suicide watch deliberately. Oh just not making a big deal about hey this. I don't give him any special treatment. I'll put that as the second but kind of lowered down. I think that the justice department will be like this guy cannot kill don't sell and you know everyone was already sang. Oh he's gonna end up dead like jokingly. Everyone was like that guy is going to die prison four shirt and you would think that the officers and the justice justice department would be like no not that would be true if things were run as their runners you they should when the when the <hes> when the attorney general oh says hey guys this guy can't die. You know the whole justice. Department can be in disarray but once the attorney general's specifically calls up your prison. It says this guy stays alive. He stays alive so because he didn't do that yeah yeah. He's a conspiracy of emission. Did he deliberately don't do it or did they. Just never at the very worse it's <hes> such extreme negligence that i almost and almost <hes> well. They're looking for scapegoats right now. They fired the <hes>. <hes> director of prisons and his replacement is <hes> the previous director of prisons who retired like seven years ago some some old lady who hasn't worked the prison system for the last seven years. That'll be good yeah so <hes> she. She was doing a better job than than he was yeah. Obviously this stuff needs needs. He's fixing in the in the prison system <hes> but he's not the only factor so you save craigslist raising by negligence or i mean suicide by negligent just regular regular suicide aside and that's just the system failed him and then number two would be suicide by opportunity..

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"mick" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

03:52 min | 1 year ago

"mick" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"A little taste of music here and their stuff and you still deal music also yeah i do. I don't do as much as i used to. Because even the television the businesses become diluted with a bunch of people that will give the music away for free. I can't see doing that. You know i think people should be paid for their art. Do you have a stage at the pizza place. No we do not. It's very small pizza outta punk. Don't you have to have because we're out of our minds. We started off real small but just a little stay aged looked into an open mic when we had full bands and air and oh yeah we've had full bands narrative grand opening and the best drummers in the world live in thousand oaks. I mean they're all the studio guys have played on millions records and they all come in and they'll play so we don't do it often but i want to do a little bit more of that like sunday afternoon. After noon. Open up the front doors bring abandoned. Who cares if it's too loud you know just the ticket. It's ticket tech fucker. It's a it's a a voice and i will see you. If i don't see you at the bomb i will see october nineteenth at the <hes> savan sabban. Yes zita vida. Yes getting ready for pat minutae. My fucking wishlist tired song. She needs to play a lot of south. Bet you'll hear bunch. There's a song she put on the one album and me and my buddy gone through a lot at this time. He was fucking. He's a rich kid. He was still going through. How and i was going. It was eighty three. It was get nervous and it's called silent partner and i'll never forget. I forgot all about that so the one day that was on the fucking plane. I liked to edibles in me. Redo to me and i'm going through when i see get nervous. Let me put it on on you know call for for stranger in the night and all that when silent partner came on the beginning the synthesizers that first two chords at myemma phones all it taken me right back into that car. We used to drive up and down were both suicidal. I mean we had nothing going on. When all is twenty years old office together was better is that right at bat acid see black sabbath example apple because the only thing that kept living was that led zeppelin mega yesterday yesterday or the day before was the fortieth anniversary of led zeppelin at that festival festival. What's the big festival. I do every year coachella coachella back then coachella over in england where the stones. I opened up for skin. It opened up the stone. The stone didn't avid joyce skinhead fucking blew off the table. They told the toll skin and napa walk all kind of tongue and skin it. When down walked on the tongue i drew the stones off. They came out with smoking cigarettes but that was leonard skit at the edinburgh on edinburgh so it's yesterday two days ago was the fortieth anniversary borough if you will look at that video we end the podcast you have. The jimmy page's made his heroin addiction. There was nothing to they would dress nicely but he wishes shirt to scratching and jake no he was just shirt and you could see the bones and sweat he does achilles last stand or yesterday was the fortieth anniversary so now the chitchatted was starting. They were going to do the states. Ah forget one bottom line. It's going to be the fortieth anniversary next in the next scott to be the next month. He's been gone a long time seventy nine. It's gotta be the next two months and i still remember number. Being on a restaurant and muffin joe's eating the fucking eggen egg jersey style exam. We have cheese nice and had they said <hes>. We'll have an announcement sadly about a big band in those days..

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"mick" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"mick" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"What did you think what you play that was you must have been sixty nine probably so only the first record was out they opened up with immigrant song and i never heard it and there are am at a big concert you on the young kid and i had a camera now shaking like a leaf of standing in front of stage in here. I'm here all this shit. Manages killed me. I was just so blown away six dollars and fifty cents six dollars and fifty who will nobody would know nobody did. I don't think they had an opening act at that point. I think it was just them. Sny sny you tune you do the music tour and during the day you say you know what i'm going to open up a pizza paul. Why was loved pizza. You know growing up in york style pizza parlor on every corner and it's all good you know you talk about column on you know as the best call a month i've ever had <hes> but but anyway it was just a great way to grow up and all the pizza was was great. I loved it. I loved the whole sicilian tradition. My father passed when i was young and that was the irish side of me but i didn't really know that side. As much as i did. The sicilian side so pizza was part of the deal you know sunday gravy at grandma's and all that so i always had this romantic doc thing going with pizza love it and then <hes> as i started a tour you'd get some shit pizza and then you get some really great stuff we call it bus lobster visit shows up for too often and <hes> so i just started to think about it and then i would i found out through investigation so much cool stuff going on out there that i started to go to the pizza expo and really get into it and become familiar with the guys that were the top dogs dogs and that's kind of what precipitated this and then you know part of getting older as we said before as you think in terms of a little a bit more longevity and legacy and you know probably not going to be as popular as you know mick jagger in this lifetime time so what am i gonna leave for my kids and so it just kind of all melded together and i got interested in it and started doing it and then the boys are in it so it's just like a shoe win. And who did you get the help you teach you how to make pizza pizza. I studied a lot. What tony geminiani i told you about. <hes> learned a lot from him but i've gone everywhere. I've studied with the hunt brothers who teach detroit style not necessarily teach these guys are not all necessarily instructors but they all have a great amount of knowledge <hes> michael markan cleveland ohio great pizza. There's just.

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"mick" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"mick" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"We're losing to work to trump machine but there are a tool for us that you can blend them into your music and they can help you on a lot of ways but it does not it shouldn't mean the demise of performance and learning how to play the organ also so because of john paul jones <hes> no. I wish i had my always say. I wish she would take piano lessons. Why don't you play the way you do this. I am i just wanna play the guitar. Ktar wanna be in the beatles. I want to be in that. You know i want to do that so i wish now that i had that knowledge but you know what he's doing no quarter at the aw man and he's playing synthesizer. That's you looking at them with his little boat ppac because he had that fucked up little bow prepaid they cut. There's a we all had somewhere dues on my god when you look at the album covers in style one thing about me is this is the same do ahead in seventy eight yeah. I'm never change change head. Those gel called back and that's it. That's a good way to go. That's it. I never had time to spikes. I never hung out with punk rock is this is it my hair style. Sal has not changed since they once lunch. Sam shag went out that for me obviously thirteen. I had the line in a way like dick van dyke. The dick van dyke wasn't getting pushing. He probably has now. He's one hundred he needs. Twenty two biogas will best. Hey it led. Zeppelin was my second concert really where james cleveland public hall..

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"mick" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"mick" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Right. She broke like she did well. She broke her leg on saturday. They cancelled the show on august fourth which was like a monday and tuesday reschedule the show that bitch came out with crutches and did it took the crutches through into the audience and so let's talk and do people people were killed themselves like seeing that as from ohio. That's that was eighty four that was born on on on on on da. Everybody everyone may not even the perfect stranger all at shit machen tremendous tenders were at that show the drama will add seen them earlier in a small mawlid joint and he would do shit with his drumsticks with porn and hit the drum the stick with company angela. The air shit is crazy. It's it's changed so much chance crazy man but after i started talking cash started watching her performances and you you know from this last tour is a couple of people that the up puerto rican cassettes. It's not like fucking a normal camera guy like some chubby shaky here eating aucoin flop getting yeah back to chomp. I love this song. You better run quarter flying amount. What was the last album when you put out with pat. I think our last record what we've done a couple of live win so it's not all been studios okay the last one we did. <hes> summer vacation in was i forget what year was we did go that was around two thousand one and we've had some releases like access video releases and things like that but we haven't really done a proper studio record for a long time. How do you feel feel about the benetton situat- you life life. I man i'm blessed you. Can i got two great kids. You know i get to play music for a living. I've kind of segue <hes> not out of music and a pizza hut. Pizza gives me a lot of satisfaction. You know it's it's a fun factor. That doesn't exist in a lot of lot of places. You know it's pretty pizza man like that parties. They like to rot there like rockstars this guy that i studied with tony geminiani i call him. He the jimi hendrix a pizza. I used to call them mick jagger but that that's a little old for him because he's a young guy but the guy is just like nonstop stop and he's the best pizza all in the world if you like his style pizzas yeah so he's done a lot for me. <hes> you know i feel the blessed to be able to have these two careers to bounce around back and forth of course it drives. You know that's because you're busy all the time. You're always taken up consumed with something and my kids. You're getting older now so i don't have to do as much child rearing is at once dead but <hes> the blessed man and i'm still alive and is that shy you you was before the show we're talking about. We were saying about will stop like that for people to understand. When you had fifty you get hit with a those was harder reality the i guess you do like after they you block the candles happy burt. Thank you fifty and you know you suck going. You know what i'm on on the other side a lot more behind it than doing a lot behind me and my becomes a little different..

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"mick" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

The Church of What's Happening Now

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"mick" Discussed on The Church of What's Happening Now

"Oh shit it's monday. They borne military boots fucking jungle. He's got shit. Wiggly wiggle plump joe the shit. Stop flopped embattled all you old school. B._j.'s go do it unless you got fucking ben. Gay mcmahon betrays killer. Joey reports take the day. It's monday the nineteenth of august. Get your shit together mcmahon's studio. How are you sir. What's going on man. What's going on for a minute to get ready to go back up. How long get a little closer here a little closer comeback harvey weinstein style. That's hard candy. Ah i can't eight and then he'd rub his lump in his shoulder on your head and it was all downhill after that you're done yeah so here. I go again for another three weeks. So how does to open gonna store while we did about six seven weeks just prior to this had been home for about ten days and it will go back out for another the three come home for three go back out for another twenty one days or something like that. It's a little bit more this year because fortieth anniversary. It's the fortieth anniversary. I love the release of hit me with your best shot real. That's patch ears crowds of passionate cheese fucking christ. Can you believe it well heat of the night before that right. He was out for that so my clone sleeps. Oh that's a good when a little bit of a different mm type of darker album. She had problems putting that out mile like somebody. There's that i still remember pat balata on the fucking catcher rising in star. You do stand up comedy special with her. I still remember pat benetton on h._b._o. Special why from earth on h._b._o. It was like a special and then the biggest blunder i had was pat was gonna marry. Neil that's right and then t._v. The contest you go to hawaii why go to the contest you sent in postcards so our plan was to go real wedding and fucking neal. He can't do it like like neil. We'll get the fuck outta fly..

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"mick" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

Life is Short with Justin Long

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"mick" Discussed on Life is Short with Justin Long

"She all. Thank god. We love you so much on curb your enthusiasm. We work for Mick Jagger. He freaking loves you to death say, what Mick Zada loves. He said, no, he loves you. She's like Mike. You sit Mick Jagger Mick cheddar love. This is a fucking honor. Tagger. I said, tell them you give them a love. This is like a year or two ago. He's autour. He's in Ireland right now. He's performing and buses shows if you so up, he was fucking losers. Armfuls us it. I wish I could go got them on I'm working on a so right now. But man, if I sit the do you think I would have showed up on my man? Mick Jagger big south of my man. Appreciate the love where you, you, you can go I was working. I couldn't go, but it was ironic can bring up the how cradles or order stone. Wow, man. Mick Jagger man. I can't wait to meet him. Amac if he's hopefully, listening, hoping, I know. I know. He was hit operation. That's right. He's still doing it. I want to come towards you, man. We would love to come out to Ireland a wherever you are in the world man Monday, oilrig episode of curb. Oh, yeah. Oh, I bet he'd want to do it. And this is this is dark. And I hate ending on it all know, your epitaph it. What do you want your epitaph to be? Or do you want to be buried? Do you want to be no? This also fresh. Yeah. Also fucking fresh. Yeah, I don't think this data rail chill out. Please do foot one. I we I it's, it's better for the world if you do that as much better for the fucking world. Yeah. Where you where's your in extend update man of them? A lot of gagging. Tour knocked out to already, if you follow me on Instagram. Cold snap babies move. That's what it is. Oh snap. How many OTs this always AP poll snap, smooth you how many times I've heard that snapped you walk down the street, smooth? Is that what you? Did you ever see white guys trying to seem like hip her and like more kind of cool around you? Do you ever get that sense?.

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"mick" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"mick" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Carbonless, Mick Jagger. Matt. Sal. Lisa down down down down. Break me. Now. Doc in. Overall. More music more variety..

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