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"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Massachusetts coronavirus vaccine sign-ups plagued by problems as Phase 2 rollout begins

Morning Edition

03:39 min | 3 months ago

Massachusetts coronavirus vaccine sign-ups plagued by problems as Phase 2 rollout begins

"Medical researchers who work remotely have been rolling up their sleeves to get the covert vaccine. Meanwhile, seniors are waiting on the sidelines not yet eligible. Massachusetts has one of the nation's largest hospital workforces, and officials there have decided to put all of them at the front of the line. Gabriela Emanuel of member station GBH in Boston reports. Carol Helper set is 82. She's been in her apartment just outside Boston. Since the beginning of the pandemic. Nobody comes in. Nobody goes out. I become more and more despairing and lonely cut off some human contact helpers that has a long list of complex medical issues. The most urgent one. She's going blind, She says. She's desperate for ice surgery. But in order to safely be in the hospital, she needs a vaccine. The vaccine would change my life. It would give me the future for weeks. She's been desperately trying to figure out how to get a shot. I am still Totally Totally in the dark. She's watched with jealousy as seniors in many other states have started receiving vaccines. She studied data from the CDC finding Massachusetts in the bottom half of states in per capita vaccinations. But perhaps most baffling is seeing healthy young people get inoculated before the elderly and the sick. We're seeing just a huge number of people get vaccinated. Who I think you know, should frankly be way down the line. Michael Mina is at Harvard School of Public Health, the other people who have nothing to do at all with Cove ID or with Patient care. We're really with the hospitals. They just happen to be employed by a hospital, and thus they can get the vaccine. Ah, few things are happening here. First, the federal level nationally, vaccines are being distributed to states based on their total population. The federal government has told states to prioritize certain groups like healthcare workers with lots of hospitals. Massachusetts has lots of health care professionals at the front of the line and effectively means that the elderly and vulnerable people who might need the vaccine first will generally be pushed back the second factor state and hospital level decisions. Here. The health care worker category has been defined to include all hospital employees. Those in research labs and telemedicine in HR, including people working remotely. Paul Bettinger oversees the vaccine rollout at the Mass General Brigham. He says his hospital network needed to bring in some of those working from home during the first surge. They called up researchers and administrators and others in the intensive care unit listening for the alarms of ventilators because the federal surge ventilators that we had wouldn't plug into our alarm systems now a third issue, individuals have been flaky. Dana Farber Cancer Institute sent out a mass email saying quote we have had far too many researchers not show up for covert 19 vaccinations over the past week. The result of the email says, is vaccines that may have been wasted. These challenges have been compounded by communication missteps and technical glitches, and Massachusetts has admitted hundreds of thousands of doses are sitting unused in hospital and pharmacy freezers. Governor Charlie Baker has announced. Those over 75 will be eligible on the first of February, and he's hoping they'll have enough vaccines to meet all the pent up demand. For NPR News and Gabriella

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Axios CEO Jim VandeHei On Media Post-Trump

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07:39 min | 3 months ago

Axios CEO Jim VandeHei On Media Post-Trump

"A lot can happen in four years for years ago. Donald trump was being sworn in as our forty fifth president and also four years ago. Axios was founded and delighted to have jim van high co founder and. Ceo of axios with me here today. Great to be here. So and congratulations on your four year anniversary. Thank you we we started. We actually moved up our launch because we interview with donald trump so our first term matched up with his first term. We can leave it all of you to decide what better i show while. I wanna talk about the future of media in the airhead recording this the day after biden's inauguration actually has grown up under the trump presidency in our in this completely new political moment with the biden administration coming out of the first day of the new regime. What are you paying attention to. Yeah i mean we at axios. We cover a broad range of topics so politics technology media business and in the political sphere. Obviously we're spending a lot of time. Thinking about how joe biden the presidency will unfold but also how it will unfold in this kind of wild and wacky media environment where you've got you know roughly half the country that doesn't trust anything that the mainstream media produces and you have this rise in the number of people who believe things that aren't true and i don't think we've ever been here's a country where we've been the last couple years. We just have so much distrust in so much misinformation and so much propaganda in so much of a taking root with people that you and i would say other serious smart people and yet they don't believe the same things that we believe even if a to us they're fact base and that's a huge problem in that environment is going to be surrounding joe biden. And you can't extract politics or biden from media swish together. I think you make a big mistake if you try to understand politics without having a pretty good appreciation of modern media yeah in trump is leaving this legacy of distrust of the media and hatred of the media which he's kind of been able to spread to a broader set of followers. What do you think the long term effects of that negativity toward media will be. I mean i think it's to be determined. I think it's gonna take a long time to repair what is broken. When you have this many people you have a maybe half the country. It's deeply skeptical of media in general and kind of what we would define this truth. It makes it almost impossible to be a functioning society in that environment and i think for the incumbent brands. It's going to be really hard to win back. The trust the people who distrust or mistrust them now i think it creates new opportunities for companies like axios or companies at mina merge over the next couple of years ought to be able to maybe kindle rekindle a relationship with people who were skeptical of things about around for a long time. But it's a problem that has to be solved if we end up essentially de-coupling and what i mean by that is if we have half the country living in at different bubbles where it's not just the media you're consuming but it's the platforms that you're going on to share debate and think about The news that you're consuming. I really worry about that. Consensus essentially it. Truly is to america's it's not just sort of generically saying to america's like we would have to america's and we have to solve for that and we have to solve that while also figuring out how do we put rules around that big tech platforms that allow for people have freedom of speech but also be able to navigate the world without Mistrust in propaganda and nonsense in noise pulsing through the devices in the platforms. They're spending the vast majority of their time on and exit at axios takes a pretty a political approach which that feels like a good stance to take coming into the next four years and through what happened. In the trump administration was that something that you foresaw or in kind of taking a more neutral stance or was that something that you just kind of. We're going to do anyway and all of a sudden maybe you're seeing some positive effects yet. No we'd always planned being that way in. Our view is that world is anymore. Noise what the world needs is more clinical fact based reporting done by people who have expertise so that you can get people who might be skeptical of media to believe in beedi again and for people to stay better information to make better decisions and that's why we started. Axios is our thesis. The thesis was correct. Was people almost everyone. We knew their minds were just jammed and crammed with information and they had less time to actually think about information at a time where all of us need to know a lot more across more topics. It's really hard to do my job. Unity your job if you don't really understand politics or technology or social platforms or media or some business trends. Let's a lot. It's a lot to ask of you and ask of me and so if you can't bring more efficiency to that process if you can't bring more clarity to the information that people are consuming it's just gonna get too difficult for the end user the consumer And so even though i mean are even as i think. A lot of people are appreciating this kind of super brief approach to news. People are consuming so much news. I feel like in the past few years because there's just so much going on with trump and then out of course that the pandemic there's this idea of the trump bump that's driven a lot of subscriptions in really helps a lot of media publications at the same time that trump has kind of led to some of these negative effects that sustain. What do you think happens to. Some of the media publications that have benefited. Most from the trump bump my assumption was that the trump bump which fade people would stop paying so much attention to politics but just had so much craziness the corona virus. Getting worse. Not getting better. Obviously the mob at the capital still persistent fear that there could be more violence as a result of the election results. So we're not seeing that decrease yet though. I assume the decrease will come to be honest. I think it'd be really healthy for all of us. If if traffic to political coverage decrease tremendously. I honestly it might sound weird because people create create a politico and we obviously do a fair amount of political coverage here. But i think people gone nuts. I think people are consuming. Wait way way too much political content. I see in our traffic patterns. I see in my own family. We as a species were not meant to spend this much time thinking about talking about debating sharing opining on politics. It's not healthy. I always compare it to a doritos. Like into real nice. I love him in like if you have one once in a while. It's good but if you eat two or three bags at day you're going to be a fat slob and you're not going to be healthy and i worry that that's what we're all doing with politics is driving people crazy and i think the world would be better place if we all got a life outside of our phone and our and our websites

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Mina Kimes Explains Why SheIs More Excited for This Weekend Than the Super Bowl

ESPN Daily

05:19 min | 3 months ago

Mina Kimes Explains Why SheIs More Excited for This Weekend Than the Super Bowl

"Meena. Hello pablo hello is an nfl analyst for espn and the host of the meantime show featuring lenny so i need to know where you are on the football excitement alerts scale right now because i for a true tape grinder like yourself conference championship. Sunday is in some ways. Maybe even better than the super bowl if the football excitement scale as you call. It was one through ten conference championships. Sunday's about fifteen for me. There's know maybe about whether or not it's more exciting than the super bowl. Pablo it absolutely is. This is my favorite sunday of the year and in part because by the time we get to the super bowl we've talked about same matchups over and over and it's usually like. How many times can we say what you guys rush brady with four. You know before and of course always been in the super bowl the last decade or so. That's a phrase. I've said a lot inventive. You say that. I was going to say you're the person i i would really make that a me. I mean it's true but it's also more fun when you get to talk about other things and this particular set of games. It's really the best possible combination of teams in my opinion. There's a reason why the lions in vegas are very close because it actually looks like a pretty well matched pair of games. I wanna start with buccaneers packers. Meena because this was not a close game when these two teams played back. In october roggio touchdown tampa bay fire the cannons the bucks and thirty seven rogers was abysmal. In that game through zero touchdowns he threw two. picks completed. Completed doesn't half passes in tampa bay when they played each other. The first time and tampa bay destroyed perhaps not coincidentally green bay. Thirty eight to ten. So how did that blowout happened. Well this is. It was such a strange game. Pablo because aaron rodgers has had this incredible season which. I'm sure we'll talk about this. Is the one real blemish on his staff third drops better pass picked off the other side. By two thousand fifteen touchdown touchdown booker. He stunk i. There's no really nice way to put it. Now he stunk in part because the offensive line in green bay which has been spectacular. One of the best football year got beat up. Front rodgers was sacked six times pressured twenty one times. I mean no most of the time this series look cool as a cucumber back there but this was not the case and as mentioned had these very surprising interceptions coming from him. I think he finished the game with a passer rating of like thirty five. Okay so really. It was all about the buccaneers. Pass rush beating green bay upfront and aaron rodgers being uncomfortable as a result and that was also reflected in the running game. aaron jones had just ten carries. He averaged like one point. Five yards per rush again. Very dissimilar from the rest of the season. But you saw what could or should i. If in the eyes of tampa bay be the formula for beating green bay which is if you can stop the running game and keep the packers from executing their play action passing attack which flows from that and get them into third down and get pressure on rogers and obvious passing situations. That's your best chance of beating now. All those things i just said barry. Few teams in the nfl been able to do that but tampa was able to do that the last time. These two teams that so many things obviously have changed since then as you alluded to. That was back in week. Six when that game happened. So in what you've seen since then who's been better this year. Aaron rodgers tom brady. Aaron rodgers is undeniably. Been the better quarterback this year and he is my pick by the way for. Mvp it's between him. And patrick mahomes. It's close but rodgers is that an unreal season. I mean just statistically he's been first and qbr brady was tenth. He ranks third in yards per temporary. He was eleventh forty eight touchdowns brady at forty. He only through five pigs brady threw twelve. You get the idea. So while tom brady is the most complex quarterback of all time i believe. Aaron rodgers is the most talented. Patrick mahomes is kind of them. A run for that. And when these two goats meat i don't know where goat's meat in a field a meadow anyway to meet makes me sort of hungary. Honestly that phrase oud took it there. I guess goats will be hurting in green bay this weekend but the goat whose homefield it is home meadow. It is has been the better one this weekend. That's metaphor really. Just got out of control.

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Mina Kimes Explains Why SheIs More Excited for This Weekend Than the Super Bowl

ESPN Daily

05:19 min | 3 months ago

Mina Kimes Explains Why SheIs More Excited for This Weekend Than the Super Bowl

"Meena. Hello pablo hello is an nfl analyst for espn and the host of the meantime show featuring lenny so i need to know where you are on the football excitement alerts scale right now because i for a true tape grinder like yourself conference championship. Sunday is in some ways. Maybe even better than the super bowl if the football excitement scale as you call. It was one through ten conference championships. Sunday's about fifteen for me. There's know maybe about whether or not it's more exciting than the super bowl. Pablo it absolutely is. This is my favorite sunday of the year and in part because by the time we get to the super bowl we've talked about same matchups over and over and it's usually like. How many times can we say what you guys rush brady with four. You know before and of course always been in the super bowl the last decade or so. That's a phrase. I've said a lot inventive. You say that. I was going to say you're the person i i would really make that a me. I mean it's true but it's also more fun when you get to talk about other things and this particular set of games. It's really the best possible combination of teams in my opinion. There's a reason why the lions in vegas are very close because it actually looks like a pretty well matched pair of games. I wanna start with buccaneers packers. Meena because this was not a close game when these two teams played back. In october roggio touchdown tampa bay fire the cannons the bucks and thirty seven rogers was abysmal. In that game through zero touchdowns he threw two. picks completed. Completed doesn't half passes in tampa bay when they played each other. The first time and tampa bay destroyed perhaps not coincidentally green bay. Thirty eight to ten. So how did that blowout happened. Well this is. It was such a strange game. Pablo because aaron rodgers has had this incredible season which. I'm sure we'll talk about this. Is the one real blemish on his staff third drops better pass picked off the other side. By two thousand fifteen touchdown touchdown booker. He stunk i. There's no really nice way to put it. Now he stunk in part because the offensive line in green bay which has been spectacular. One of the best football year got beat up. Front rodgers was sacked six times pressured twenty one times. I mean no most of the time this series look cool as a cucumber back there but this was not the case and as mentioned had these very surprising interceptions coming from him. I think he finished the game with a passer rating of like thirty five. Okay so really. It was all about the buccaneers. Pass rush beating green bay upfront and aaron rodgers being uncomfortable as a result and that was also reflected in the running game. aaron jones had just ten carries. He averaged like one point. Five yards per rush again. Very dissimilar from the rest of the season. But you saw what could or should i. If in the eyes of tampa bay be the formula for beating green bay which is if you can stop the running game and keep the packers from executing their play action passing attack which flows from that and get them into third down and get pressure on rogers and obvious passing situations. That's your best chance of beating now. All those things i just said barry. Few teams in the nfl been able to do that but tampa was able to do that the last time. These two teams that so many things obviously have changed since then as you alluded to. That was back in week. Six when that game happened. So in what you've seen since then who's been better this year. Aaron rodgers tom brady. Aaron rodgers is undeniably. Been the better quarterback this year and he is my pick by the way for. Mvp it's between him. And patrick mahomes. It's close but rodgers is that an unreal season. I mean just statistically he's been first and qbr brady was tenth. He ranks third in yards per temporary. He was eleventh forty eight touchdowns brady at forty. He only through five pigs brady threw twelve. You get the idea. So while tom brady is the most complex quarterback of all time i believe. Aaron rodgers is the most talented. Patrick mahomes is kind of them. A run for that. And when these two goats meat i don't know where goat's meat in a field a meadow anyway to meet makes me sort of hungary. Honestly that phrase oud took it there. I guess goats will be hurting in green bay this weekend but the goat whose homefield it is home meadow. It is has been the better one this weekend. That's metaphor really. Just got out of control.

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"minas" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

02:18 min | 3 months ago

"minas" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"You this katie. I will be the only person in sports television wearing a face shield and a mask into. It's okay i appreciate it. At least tampa's really lovely time of year. Let's stay away from me. Hate that city. We got issues. Except for the vipers goes by give it. Okay i love. You can go this. I really hate that. I can't see. I know sorry. I didn't know if you're like looking for natural ending point. So i'm going to click. Stop all right. That's it for this week's edition this week. Second edition of. That's it for the second of the week of sports god. This is a job. I get paid to do. Shout out to quit. And also you know about i take but how about i take her. Take you know about that. It's a brand new. Podcast hosted by charlie kimberly and chennai. They discuss and debate the biggest sports stories and they delve into topics about their lives and culture. They're awesome subscribed rate and review. I take her. Take wherever you get your podcasts. Also of course big things to you guys for listening now and then again later. Because i think I dunno meena revealed a lot of stuff about herself in there that i'm going to go back and probably listen to this one too so i'm going to listen to it which i don't do You guys close into it three times. And if that's asking a lot will then just let me know. I'll accept the pushback but i think I think you're up to the task. So let's go three times three different services spotify apple and chichester Or you could just leave us a nice review where listening to this podcast. So again the way the law works is if you can't do the required three on three different platforms than you are required to leave one review on one platform mostly apple. Those are the ones. I check like this one Which came from fiona. Pj on friday. I don't think i'm supposed to tell you when it happened. But it was from friday And it says i loved your First thursday pod with michael junior it was really It really was like listening to two friends. Just riffing on life in this weird time. Can't wait to hear who's next after the katie solo pod. It's me And i have to show to travis and christina for the tuesday pods. You guys.

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"minas" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

07:29 min | 3 months ago

"minas" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"This many times munich. Heinz is here because it's thursday night. Guess low kinds. Hello thank you for having me on. Thank you for being here. I'm very excited Because you are very busy especially right. now. I've been teasing this episode to our listeners. Ever since i launched this which was what two weeks ago. The second interview podcast. It was like. Yeah obviously we're gonna get meena eventually. Didn't probably not right away. And then you're here. I'm here and i assumed you wanted to break down the championship games. The match ups the statistical. I got all my notes. I'm ready to do this war and we can do that if you want to. The beauty of this weird thing. That i don't know what it is yet is. I've just been using it to have conversations with people that i've met in this job that i know i like about like y alaikum and like you know especially with quarantine in this whole pandemic. I don't know if you've heard it's happening still. I think we've all spent a lotta time alone and a lot of people have probably learned a lot and so the smart people that i like have learned anything. I think it might be valuable to share that kind of stuff. So that's the goal and that's mostly what we're gonna talk about And i'm just going to start because it's fresh in my mind With halt and catch fire. Which is it a show that you recommended right senior talk about before you were one of a couple of people that in my mind was like okay. This person keeps telling you like the universe telling you to watch this show. And then when i finally had time to an did it feels super dramatic but i feel like it might have changed my life and so i'd like texting you about it being like i love this show and you were like just wait. You don't even know yet And you're right all the time as you always are. But i'm i just finished the finale. Because i told you that i would before we watched this. I mean for reformed. This recorded this. Whatever and i just finished it and i called ashley crying in the middle of it and facetime for a scene. Because i was like i need you know that this is you and other women is he of. It was so good. I don't know where to start. But like how did you find it and come across it. And what was your experience with it. Because man i love this show so my husband and i watched it at the beginning of quarantine al- both year ago got in my head. You watched this years ago. I know we were so yeah. It was early on. And i i can tell you exactly how i found it because i was looking at a list of like the best one hundred shows ever and just going through them and some of them from who though according to whom was like rolling stone or something. I am trying to contribute to my relationship by looking at a list on the internet. And aren't we all all i can do. So and then you know some of them are like. I don't wanna watch the sopranos which i've never seen someone internet's about yummy just for saying that sentence. I don't care And i catch fire and our mutual friend. Eric reid home had mentioned it to me once said i thought he thought it was like it. Yeah and so. And i you know it had element so i. I don't know about you in your relationship with my husband. I don't have the exact same taste so a lot of times. We're trying to find. Okay what does the ven diagram of things. We want to watch if he had his way. It would be documentaries. And like he loves weird comedy curbs very much him. I like more dramatic kind of source such stereotypes everything i can show i was like this is perfect because it kind of has madman vibes. And you're like yeah acting. It's about technology you like computers and the crazy. Oh katya would agree. The reason i kept telling you just don't look forward to is the work. Season is the worst season in my opinion. Yeah it is. It is and i think it's because as much as it's a show about computers which i don't think i would have enjoyed had i not been coaxed into watching it. It's a show about people. It's basically like here's people and then by the end you're like wow i. I'm somehow rooting for all of them. Crashed is very rare to have an ensemble cast where there isn't a good guy in a bag. I they kind of switch who holds the good guy in the bag guy. Ball threw out all the season so of course knowing that now it's like the first season how could i possibly feel the same way about it because i didn't know them yet. I was getting to know them. And i think the pacing of it. I'm using all these words. When i talk about this show that like reviewers of tv shows us. I know nationals my all. I sound like such a hack but it's so true it's the first show that like rocked me with the way that it paced the story in the way that it gave you only as much as you need it at the time and then later it would give you more and it would all kind of makes sense and i really liked it but you are saying that. The first season is the worst. Why get carried away. I i feel like i should tell people what the show's about For those who don't know it's it's about four people really Two men into women and the advent of the personal computer industry and all of them are very very much in love with their work and passionate about their work. there's engineers and they're not businesswoman. One of the women is a brilliant coder cameron. Donna is more business woman. But she's married to another engineer. Gordon and then joe is the sort of d'andre bree sales guy and The show you go on these like it's an incredible journey with these characters and they really evolve and change but the throughout at all. And i said this to you like. I don't think i've ever seen a show about people who care about their work like this. And i think that's yeah much as i love like the relationships and i think that's really what was what special show and makes you invested. That's something i can't recall seeing on television portrayed like that and something that i imagine you feel the same way really resonated with me personally. Yeah there was. Also i mean. It's the two women while one of them is married to one of the men and the other does at times date the other man they don't it doesn't lead with that. You know what i mean. It's like they have their own stories. They are treated with the same weight as the men's stories. And i don't mean that like it did it in a woke way on purpose. I just mean that it was nice to see like well like to well rounded female characters working. I wanna talk about getting to work in loving work at the end. But i don't want to spoil him for people and i feel like i can't tell you the thing i want to say right now which seen because i need to have this conversation with you. Okay i'm i'm going to. We're going to have like a vague. Listen if you're wanting to watch this show and you have not seen it and you don't want to be spoiled. Maybe like skip the next two minutes. I truly feel because i called ashley. Just see this. I i called ashley before we were about to film and i face time during a shoulder this scene and i gave..

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"minas" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

04:09 min | 4 months ago

"minas" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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"minas" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

Metal Mantra Podcast

14:31 min | 4 months ago

"minas" Discussed on Metal Mantra Podcast

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Coronavirus among health workers: Exposure, lack of testing

All Things Considered

03:38 min | 5 months ago

Coronavirus among health workers: Exposure, lack of testing

"Workers are still having a hard time getting coronavirus tests and as NPR's Laurel Wamsley reports, the lack of testing means there could be lots of asymptomatic healthcare workers caring Pretty sick people. In a recent round table with Joe Biden. Mary Turner, a nurse in Minnesota, told the president elect something he found surprising. Do you know that I have not been tested yet? And I have been on the front lines in the ice to you since February. You're kidding me. No guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control say that healthcare personnel should be tested if they're symptomatic or haven't known exposure to the corona virus. But treating covert 19 patients while wearing personal protective equipment, or pee pee Doesn't count as exposure that warrants testing. A recent survey by national nurses United, the nation's largest nurses union, found that only 42% of registered nurses in hospitals said they had ever been tested for covert 19. It continues to amaze me that we are not doing this. Michael Mina is an epidemiologist at the Harvard School of Public Health. He says, Well, PPE generally offers good protection. There have been outbreaks of hospitals at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, where Minna runs the virology Lab. One outbreak involved 42 employees and 15 patients. Hospital blamed patients not wearing masks, staff without eye protection and employees failing to social distance while eating. Now that is an outbreak that shouldn't have happened. I believe very firmly that we would not have seen an outbreak grow so so quickly and it wouldn't have even been able to get started. If we were doing frequent testing. There are so many ways that hospital could be doing this and they're not Ministers. Hospitals could either use rapid auntie gin tests or pool PCR tests to do screening for the virus more cheaply they get Have ever on swab and put 50 swabs that a time into 12 and run that one tube and cool the test for very, very cheap. You could do a whole hospital departments with one Past for 50 Bucks a day. California State Health Department announced new guidance two weeks ago that strongly recommends weekly testing of healthcare personnel. But hospitals have struggled just to get enough tests for patients. Susan Butler. Wu is associate professor of clinical pathology at USC, and she directs the clinical microbiology lab at a large hospital in Los Angeles. So we were to take something like this recommendation. Where, Okay, let's say we screen everybody weekly. There's very few clinical hospital labs that would be able to have that much testing available to be able to do that. Color. Woo says that her hospital there are 10,000 workers that would likely need testing under the new guidance, and she says, without operational support from the state, the new protocols are going to cause problems. Including greater testing backlogs, but as a country because we don't have a national plan or national strategy, these air this This is the situation we find ourselves. Football players can get tests people choosing to socialize and wanting to feel safer doing so, even though it's a pandemic can get tests but a program to test the country's health care workers. Nope. Many nurses and doctors suspect hospitals are worried that widespread testing could reveal asymptomatic cases and then result in quarantining critically needed staff. And for Mina, the Harvard epidemiologist, The lack of regular testing of health care workers raises other questions. There's a clear problem when we're saying that the greatest risk people, the people who are at the greatest risk to themselves and to their patients or the health care workers, and so that's why we're going to give them vaccines before anyone else. But then when we don't have a vaccine, and it's just testing, we say, don't worry about it. It's not a big deal. You don't need to be tested. It's an approach, he says. That doesn't make sense.

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Talking On Tik Tok

Mentally Yours

05:35 min | 6 months ago

Talking On Tik Tok

"One welcome into the yours Metro Kerry Kayes. Mental. Health. PODCAST. My Name's Yvette and stay on chatting to izzy staten. Jesus social? Media. Star. Who Talks about all things mental health on her tiktok Youtube and instagram and she's also a singer. We're going to be chatting about life online eating disorders and making music. is He thought much protecting welcomed does all thank you for having me on so excited to be chatting to honest. For several reasons. But nicely, because you WANNA stunned Tiktok your big puzzle take home and I'm very excited about that. Also bit sketches like. The understanding TIKTOK. So I think the best thing is district took about a why did you decide to start talking about mental health stuff on that platform? Well, I talk about my mental health problems on all social media platforms specifically because I have. Known a school borderline personality disorder. which has quite a lot of negative connotations around it about like stereotypically will people alike with it and I wanted to show people you lot of different people that you wouldn't expect might have. and so that was ready wireless. So vocal on social media platforms and take talks a great. site to solve tell funny stories from your podcast, and because I've been mentally ill for quite a while. Most of like my funny entertaining stories are often around that. Yeah really love it over Steph. Sort of check out your account is really great end enough sort of how frank you're TIKTOK. Really interesting. I think it's one of those things that people my age of. Any like sued if anyone twenties is still kind of going on this thing, I would we actually do with it but basically frank chats with people. Just speak your mind and also you've got to adorable dog Seeing Ahmad, about dokes Bichon FRISE is that right? Yes, she is a beach on free say She's fiery key. She's the love of my life. Yeah. Already her on there as well I think it kind of helps keep things light between. Sometimes. It's a bit hard just by mental health stuff but you will say. Your Doable Dolan there as well. So it's nice to have the mixture. On Yeah She's always Kind of response if you had some people, do you have a find it difficult to just about your mental health them in that sort of way because I know that people combative. That can sort of get into into dams. That sort of stuff have you found it? When I was younger, actually my school didn't assembly about time that I had tried to kill myself. which was the first time I'd ever have people of coming into my DM's saying, Oh, I, heard this happened to you and you get a now with talking about it as well. You get a lot of people that will dm you and say, Oh, I'm ready struggling with my mental health and sometimes it's difficult because if you integrate place with your mental health, it's very difficult to help others and you can feel of responsibility when you have a load of twelve, thirteen, fourteen year olds mass you saying that they're ready L. and they need a little help and then getting it so it can be a lot to take but generally. I don't, mind if. People make. Negative commands all criticize me talking about it because I personally don't see a problem was talking about it. I'm very careful about what I say I didn't give people especially in regards to Anorexia or self. self-harm a lot of people when they talk about it can accidentally give tips. I'm very careful with that so I have. I'm like a Schule that what I'm saying is not going to negatively impact people. Some people think on the Internet you'RE GONNA end up offending someone. Yeah. Couse. Do you have sort of boundaries in place in terms of what should go online and instead of what you'd have? Generally, I try not to follow too many people with mental health issues I mean I. Obviously I follow a lot like to have variety or I think you can sometimes become too consumed and people can post a lot of. Quite upsetting sometimes because people can pass like I'm feeding ready down. Awful. So I sort of like to try and keep a variety to make sure that I didn't become too embroiled in just the negative stuff. This is all new to me to be honest Kazakhstan. The TIKTOK side of things new to Mina city of on Youtube another social platforms. But for me sort of twisters, the place that I. Got It to chat to be about mental health stuff generally, and I'm still getting to grips with TIKTOK. What was the community like on Tiktok in terms of mental health checks on a straight feels fairly supportive of. TIKTOK is very supportive on it's mostly. So of Gen, Z. Kids. And I think as a whole always really sports each other the thing about Tiktok that's quite different to a lot of other platforms is that every time you release a video, it can be seen by a whole new audience of people. If it gets picked up by the Algorithm, it will get to it can go out to hundreds and thousands of people. and so you're always interacting with a new audience. From tiktok in. Particular I've never had many negative comments to be honest. They've always been really quite leaned.

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Seattle-based Alaska Air Group lost $431 million in the third quarter of 2020

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:53 sec | 7 months ago

Seattle-based Alaska Air Group lost $431 million in the third quarter of 2020

"Executives believe travelers will fly again once they're convinced it's safe Combos Corwin Hank reports the airline is reporting another dismal quarter of covert related losses. Alaska Air Group is reporting third quarter losses of $431 million What Alaska really needs is passengers, which is why airline President Ben Mina coochie is selling safety to give confidence in the near term. We will continue to black middle seats through January. 6, that means sacrificing much needed income over the holiday season. We expect to bring back middle occupancy and early 2021, beginning with shorter haul flights and geography like Hawaii required testing is already reinforcing traveler confidence, Alaska says when the pandemic began. It's number of flights dropped from 1300 today to 350. They're now back up to 850 Daily flights.

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Crime victims, women activists take over human rights office in Mexico

Morning Edition

00:56 sec | 8 months ago

Crime victims, women activists take over human rights office in Mexico

"Activists demanding more action to protect women in Mexico are still occupying offices of the country's Human Rights Commission is NPR's carry con reports The protesters want the building turned into a shelter for victims of abuse. The activists say Mexico's Commission for Human Rights doesn't support crime victims, nor does it protect abused women. The activists, many where in black hoods took over the commission's offices in Mexico City's historic center last week. The Human Rights Commission is the government funded agency but does enjoy relative independence. President and dress Mina Lopez Obrador's and top officials to negotiate with the activists. Administration officials say they respect the protesters and will not forcibly removed them from the building. The women to face several historical paintings in the commission's office and through case files out windows threatening to burn them. Commission employees scooped up the papers and remove them from the street. Jerrycan. NPR NEWS Mexico

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Crime victims, women activists take over human rights office in Mexico

Radio Specials

00:54 sec | 8 months ago

Crime victims, women activists take over human rights office in Mexico

"Activist demanding more action to protect women in Mexico are still occupying offices of the country's Human Rights Commission. NPR's carry con reports The protesters want the building turned into a shelter for victims of abuse. The activists say. Mexico's Commission for Human Rights doesn't support crime victims, nor does it protect abused women. The activists, many where black hoods took over the commission's offices in Mexico City's historic center last week. The Human Rights Commission is the government funded agency but does enjoy relative independence. President and dress Mina Lopez Obrador's and top officials to negotiate with the activists. Administration officials say they respect the protesters and will not forcibly removed them from the building. The women to face several historical paintings in the commission's office and through case files out windows threatening to burn them. Commission employees scooped up the papers and remove them from the street.

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"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:21 min | 10 months ago

"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:11 min | 10 months ago

"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:53 min | 10 months ago

"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"minas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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TikTok Tackles India App Ban, Vowing It's No Tool for Beijing

Marketplace

03:19 min | 11 months ago

TikTok Tackles India App Ban, Vowing It's No Tool for Beijing

"Tensions have spiked between the world's two most populous nations. That would be China and India. The two countries share a border that extends for more than 2000 miles, and it was along that border that violence broke out. Last month, 20 Indian troops were killed. Now India has banned dozens of Chinese APS, including the social video APP. TIC tac. India has been tic Tac's biggest foreign market. NPR's Lauren Frayer has been talking with some of the Indians obsessed with it. When the Corona virus hit India, Sumit Jane was forced to shut the clothing shop he runs in his hometown in western India. Under lock down. He was bored and worried. Looking long thought intelligent. That damned ignominy. Tic tac is how I stayed. Sane says I posted videos every day, Good Tic Tac clip Jane lip synchs lyrics about the Corona virus. To the tune of a popular Bollywood song. Jane is a skinny 28 year old with a curly mop of hair, gold earrings and nearly four million followers on Tic Tac social video APP has made him famous. He starred in a music video and even got offers to be on TV that Ah, licking a musical gave a small town in hands like me used to have to move to the big city to get noticed, he says. Tic Tac lets us do that from home. Up to 1/3 of TIC Tac users are believed to be in India. They're the biggest group outside China. Some Indians have even monetized it selling English lessons on tick talk, for example. But this week, the Indian government banned Tic Tac, along with 58 other Chinese made APS amid tensions with Beijing. We the people of India, standing behind the government have the ability to hit China where it hurts. India's nationalist TV anchors applauded the move. Many Indians are outraged over China's killing last month of Indian troops. Some are calling for a boycott of all Chinese goods. The government is trying to tap into the national sentiment in sweeping India right now. Akil Berry with the think tank Eurasia Group, says the Indian government is concerned about data privacy on Chinese APS. It also wants Indians to develop Indian APS rather than using Chinese ones. But India's own tech start ups get a lot of Chinese investment, Barry says. When you take a look at India's unicorns startups that a valued at over $1 billion about 18 off the 30 of them have Chinese investment. So if Beijing retaliates and pulls Chinese investment That could hurt India even more, he says. Tic Tac says it's following Indian privacy laws and is asking the Indian government to reconsider. Meanwhile, in a small town in northern India, housewife Anita Meena has been posting videos to tic tac of herself doing folk dances and have gone viral. She gets recognized when she goes to her local market, she says. Tick. Tuck is banned. Mina says she'll focus on YouTube Instead, it's unclear how many of India's roughly 200 million TIC tac users will do the same if Lauren Frayer NPR

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:32 min | 11 months ago

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

"What I need and want for you to absorb as the conversation gets totally poisoned on this subject is. What Maya Moore did. Is? Fight against the thing that no one is willing to absorb in this conversation, which is black. People feel like the government is against them. Imagine if you were walking around feeling that because that's what China is. That's what communism is black people I imagine if you were walking around and the country that you lived in, you felt that the government structure of all of it, the criminal justice system the police brutality that issue at war with your own government. Like that's that's where this is, and we keep getting distracted by conversations about nooses and drew brees, because that's the safe space where we're allowed to talk about it in sports, but I want you to simply absorb, but what you think your daily life would feel like never mind if you feared going out of your house because you were going to kill by the police, the armed branch of the government or your kids are going to be afraid if they go out. Black people feel like the government is against them, and when the president of that government says that black lives matter. Is a statement of hate. Who Am I don't argue with them. Black.

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

06:03 min | 11 months ago

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

"Had been wrongly convicted of something with very little evidence, and she went about quitting her job to partake in social justice reform and criminal justice reform, and one of the things that happened was Jeremy Irons still even after she got him. Him acquitted after she got the ruling reverse. She's had to wait. Many months got until he got out yesterday. He finally got out. She explained some of this in south. Beach session the way that the criminal justice system works even if they get someone and it's wrongly convicted, they're sort of protection that the prosecution has of its wrongful conviction, and it becomes a whole thing. She got it overturned, and it still took months of stuff. Stuff to get him out and so yesterday you see the video of and she they. They were on Good Morning America this morning because it's an amazing story and she's a, she's a real life hero in terms of the sacrifice that she made and saying that the work is so overwhelming in the criminal justice system to be done that she is vastly more drained physically and emotionally doing this then she was playing basketball and so. The video comes out Jer Jonathan Irons Re is released from prison and my more emotionally falls to her knees. On the asphalt and this video comes out and Y-. I'd like for you to help me understand what it is that happened here because it can't the answer, this can just be trolls, but when the first comment on the video are good work, but I promise you. Nobody noticed that she sat out the season. Or the fact that people actually care that wnba players sat out frustrates me. and then it becomes an argument as everything does on the Internet y'all can't just let these women win And just wondering what's happening there. Is it just simple? Trolling is that it is that like a new? Habit and addiction to some people to just start fights on the Internet like this of its new I think it's going on for for a while now, but yeah, it would say strolls. I would say it's emptiness in your own life. I mean, but but trolls would be my first place. People just like to pick things apart for whatever reason people are just mean and restaurants now. Just frustrated and angry. Okay I guess I'd go another route with you here and just ask the question if you can find a reason to be mad about this story or to sort of puncture the purity of this story again. A woman made a sacrifice that. Nobody listening to this and nobody saying this would make. A woman made that sacrifice and succeeded right in writing a wrong that freed family member. May We all have friends and family as dedicated to our well-being, purity and innocence as Jonathan Irons has in my amort because I. don't believe any of us. Any of us have a friend would do what my more did. I don't believe that you will find. The the reason that this doesn't have very much. In the way of precedents she quit. She quit the thing that she is like best in the world that she. She quit this thing that she loves. With, like do not hard, it is to get to wear these people get and what they have to climb over and the nature of the sacrifice. They have to make in order to be better at competing for money. You would think that. In this particular case this story there would be universal applause, but Dan finding universal applause with anything is nearly impossible, you just not gonna find it, and so the people who are criticizing her. There is a combination of emptiness in their own life. Well, they'll never achieve anything that my in more has achieved come anywhere close to living the kind of life that she has lived and lead for for a while now, but you just not gonna find it because People Dan. There's always going to be people out there. They're mean I'm. Sitting behind computer of the face, Maya more the love, the face to people that criticizing you're. It's the comment section of the newspaper. You can write the nicest and you did about your dad. Father's. Day, I believe. Go to a baseball game and the first couple of comments where people criticising you. I mean you're just gonNA. Find any sort of universal applause for any story regardless of how nice the story all right, but given this. This particular subject matter that we've been talking about this month and rest assured that corporations. America and everyone else is trying to just get back to normal after a month of noise. Can we get back to what you were used to? Before? Like whatever the statements are rest assured that all companies are morphing back into. Hey, can we just get back to what it was before the month of noise that month of noise okay. Drew brees had to feel like he was swallowed by that month of noise and I believe that we are in a totally poisoned place to got when. The. Winds blow win away that make drew brees apologize three times, and the people that don't want him to apologize are seeing him as a victim and a martyr. They don't want him to apologize for that and what I would simply ask you, okay. When drew brees, said the same thing he said about the flag, a million times and all of a sudden. Player in the NFL is calling him names. An icon, a hall of Famer Pristine Professional who has always represented the right things that you want from sports and lifted a black town after a hurricane into its greatest sports moment.

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:47 min | 11 months ago

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

"I will remind you again that Spencer Dinwiddie started at the beginning of this pandemic go fund me. trying to raise a twenty five million dollars and the second biggest donation he had gotten was sixty nine dollars from somebody who wrote that they were giving sixty nine dollars and the knicks are. POOP poop, but but a soup. I believe was I, think I'm quoting that correctly. That's a thing that happened. So so. So he was trying to raise twenty five million dollars in the second biggest donation came from Poopie. But, but soup fell just short Yeah, just Josh came up a little short SBN, radio is presented by progressive insurance. The secret is out. That's right. Diehard batteries are now at advance. Auto parts advance your auto at advance auto parts and participating carquest locations. We will get to Billy's obsession with Jay Cutler. He cannot get enough. Jay Cutler and there is new Jay. Cutler Information the thing that has been killing chickens in his backyard. He is apparently identified it. He was using traps and cameras night vision. We will get to the culprit in a second, but one of the things. If you've been listening here for a while before Colin Kaepernick, Maya Moore went on a path of. Choosing. A sacrifice that was really uncommon, left the height of her profession as one of the best basketball players in the WNBA champion many times over college and the pro's because Jonathan ironed a friend of her family safety is at.

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

05:33 min | 11 months ago

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

"Let's put it on the poll at Lebatardshow. Did you know that Babo? CEPHALONIA was a rocket because I learned that Thaba Cephalonia was a rocket when he opted out of the Orlando bubble because what he had to be thinking to himself, wait a minute I'm not gonNA. Go over here and stand in this corner where the coronavirus might be and watched James Harden dribble like I'm not I'm not doing that I'm not gonNA. Just sit here and watch. Right like that has to be the least fun team to play for. If you're not Russell, Westbrook or James Harden, right like is there another one is are the Lakers. Are the Lakers less fun? Because everything is moving through Anthony Davis or James Lebron James at least involves people like in in terms of being teammates with guys. Do you think that there can be job less fun than being teammates with the playing styles of Russell Westbrook? Westbrook and James Harden that require enormous usage rate No I would say Lebron if he has the right people. I think it's a lot of fun. They those he teams. They had so much fun. He had the right teammates. The right people around them Lebron was fun. The team had fun, so I would say James Harden like I'm GonNa go and risk my life risk by out the watch. That man dribble a corner. Lebron I'm sure you've seen the news out there Jr. Smith, it's being formalized like he's going to the Los, Angeles Lakers and I saw people on the jump, and the jump does an excellent job of breaking down the NBA and I couldn't help, but laugh and hear. PEOPLE DESCRIBE JR Smith. This is a guy that has been to the NBA finals. Experience in really yeah, that won't. His experience for getting the score in the final. They said this I think it was win, said this with a straight face. He won't shrink in the moment on my Greeley because it's become the most famous Jr Smith. Hooman him shrinking in the finals, and forgetting what the time was what he won't do well fake in the moment. That's what wouldn't her should does. That's what that is. That is so boring. It is so much more accurate. Put It on the poll plays at Lebatardshow will jr Smith think in the moment. Yes or no, because I believe I. Actually don't think Mike I. do believe this is an important distinction that we're making today. As all of our analysis is about rhyming words with each other whether Danger Russ became Ranger Russ or I. do believe the gift that Jr Smith has is. He won't shrink in the moment because he's incapable of thinking in the moment i. Am I not a moment. Just, GonNa. Keep putting up jumpers like he's. He's not gonna any fear of putting up jumpers except when he forgets the score and the situation and he runs out the clock and Lebron yells at him on the court. I'm still still have the opinion that Lebron. James is better forgiveness given what happened with? Gilbert and JR Smith and he is a basketball now. He's got waiters and Jr. Smith. You know they always say this about gunslingers in the NFL. He has a short memory. You know, shake off that interception. Apparently, Jr Smith memory shorter than twenty four seconds because he over. Get the shot clock situation from this standpoint. It's GonNa. Be Fun. It's kind of like opening day. Major League Baseball where you're going to like. You'RE GONNA Watch. It NBA team play in the playoffs. That'd be like. When did they get that guy like? That's going to be fun for at least a couple of days. Have you seen the way that? That, Lebron is trying to change the math in that if he wins one with the waiters, Jr. Smith does it. Really Count. As to NBA titles in cigarettes is personal record book Jaanus has already gone out publicly. Because this serves Jaanus, this'll be the hardest championship. Anyone has ever had to win. It's you know what I heard him. Say That and he might be right. I mean seriously they were. They had home court. Advantage that has been taken away. There are no fans I. do think that's a big overwhelming all regular season. Yeah, normal conditions. They were overwhelming. Everyone I just want you guys to absorb though that Lebron James. Is, adding a player to his team. That forgot the score in the finals, and it is not the player on his team that had a seizure on an airplane because he had too many. I just want you to absorb. Those are not the same player that and and also Javale McGee is on that team as well champion Javale McGee, who also will not shrink or think in the moment champion correct veil McGee. And yet this is not the funniest basketball thing that we have happening because I. do believe that the funniest basketball thing we have happening is just the general state of the nets. Okay I remembered the other day that the Andre Jordan was a net when he tested positive for coronavirus I remembered that, and it made me fondly remember when the Clippers and Dallas fought over deandre Jordan in a way that made the clippers locked the Andre Jordan in his own home. The Andre Jordan is not the funniest thing happening with the nets because you've got flatter Kyri and Kevin Durant sort of trolling the Internet as an egg Avatar and yet another positive corona virus tests for a team shouldn't even. In this given how many positive tests they have and that they're not very good in that. They're not gonNA. Have the.

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:00 min | 11 months ago

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

"It's so complicated. We're obviously the health issue is the first thing I'm pumped for the million football. NERD reasons it's the most brilliant head coach was one of the most brilliant offensive coordinator's football and a quarterback who can do things that I had never seen before we came to the League yeah I am pumped to see how that all that comes together right now. That's what I'm thinking about. And I'm plotting and looking at camps pass. Games Josh mcdaniels, asking about how it all comes together, but why he fell into their lap is a really fascinating question. I think some of it has to do with his health undoubtedly. Some of it is because there are always been misperceptions, false narratives about cam a lot of it since he's came into since he played college football, a lot of it's been coated, and absolutely ridiculous and I think there are undoubtedly owners around the NFL, who believed those things and buy into it? But a huge thing and I and I'm surprised. More people don't talk about this. Teams often don't want to bring a quarterback into their locker room. WHO's better than their young starter? I realized. That sounds bananas because we think football is being America. Tigris, even though it quite clearly isn't just look at the decisions made by every organization over the last twenty years, but there are a lot of teams around the Info have how that have entrenched starters, especially young ones on rookie contracts who would clearly benefit from an upgraded Camden or should? Should at least have taken a flyer on them, but they don't want to bring that variable into locker room because he's clearly the better option and when you do that, you blow it up because you the second year. Young quarterback has a bad game. It's very obvious that you should go to Cam. Newton and they're not ready to do that and I. Think there's probably at least a handful of teams around the League found themselves in that position. I WANNA. Talk to you about this a more. Do you have to go right now if you do, it's okay, but if if you have another segment, I'd like to talk to you about the idea of coaches falling into the trap of underestimating Cam Newton. Policy from state farm gets you collision coverage and this radio.

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

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

08:41 min | 11 months ago

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

"Find yourself getting overwhelmed by the sheer number of details that have to be handled to just sort of maybe get some of this stuff off the ground in a way that's going to be contaminated and make the results lopsided like we are playing games right now and what we're basically conceding given the number of unknowns is this will not in any way an anywhere that you're looking lead to a measurement that makes. Makes you feel like it's a true champion like we are headed to a place where it's not about determining the best team because it's merit, it's who's going to be able to withstand all the crud. That's coming all the unknown crud. That's coming your way that may or may not knock out somebody like Greek freak for two weeks. all the unknowns that are headed this way. We are there we could get. Get random champions. It could have next to nothing to do with sixty baseball games, with WHO the best baseball team is, and the thing I wanted to ask you as we head down this conversational paths to gotten whatever you imagine to be the most disastrous of the scenarios as you hear about one hundred and fifty million dollar bubble, and already there's contamination already their positive tests and nobody's even gotten there yet really. Is Do. You hear anybody. Saying right now right now in our world stridently and vigorously. We shouldn't come back. Because If something disastrous happened. A whole. Lot of people are going to tell you I told you so and I don't feel like I'm hearing from them right now I know I'm not saying this mean. I'm going to join US right I think. Let's find out what it is that she has to say about this. As she's gotten a promotion here for her dream job, because I want sports and I really really do but I'm telling you having spent a couple of days in that area, there are so many concerns. NBA Players Three Day seven are the sit through to learn all the rules of. Of the Bobble, which which that concerns me all it concerns me. There's so many rules and guidelines are going to have to follow, but having been up there recently. No one is taking it seriously. Nobody I'm not talking about the people inside the bubble they marry out may very well be taking it very seriously. I am talking about the public. There is nobody wearing masks. There is nobody practicing social distancing. I'm sorry I was just their main Do you hear anybody? Thank you for joining joining us. Do you hear anybody saying strongly and firmly in our world? Don't come back. You shouldn't come back. You mean in the world of sports media up. Yeah, basis minority, though, but I think we sort of have to reframe the discussion and the stakes. This isn't about crowning a champion. It's not about giving us our sports. It is straight to fans and up to a lot of analysts, but to these leagues and teams. It's about staying in business. It's the same debate that's happening across America was we look at companies and small businesses and various industries that are suffering from this suffering, rightly suffering for reasons of public health, but it's not a matter of okay we these people need to drink. These young people WANNA go out and eat. For, when we're having this serious discussion about, why are we doing this? They're doing it to save jobs and I'm not saying that I agree with that. In many cases absolutely not I think it's sacrificing public health, but that's the debate. That's happening around sports. We're not talking about athletes Dan. Like these industries support thousands upon thousands of people, and as these leagues consider whether to come back or how to salvage some of the revenue. That's what's at stake for them I. Think Sometimes. That's a little bit lost in this. Times with us, and again. If you're not familiar, she is now. What is your official title? Are you an NFL correspondent and NFL NFL analyst? Like have you been given? was there a letter sent to you and wish you were given an official title? You have to give up former senior writer title like you turn in one title for a new title. I actually thought about that. Yeah, they gave me a actually jersey. That says NFL analyst. I'm wearing right now. Me One. She is I can't believe. I can't believe that this is your dream job. You're so strange. You're such a strange human. You can have. You can have any job that you wanted the company and you decided to go. Sit next to keyshawn Johnson breakdown film. I can't. Wait. So excited. So excited. What can you tell us about? What did you what you're going to be doing? Are you guys GonNa do a different kind of show, please dear God, tell me we don't have to all bend. On on bent knee, genuflect in front of the NFL. You guys going to do a show like the NFL network does where they actually have fun doing stuff. Yeah you know it's going to be so. I'm actually not on most days with keyshawn me. Laura Rutledge is hosting Marcus Spears Danilov Ski, but it remained Clark in the mix as well which is great and yeah, it's more of A. It's a discussion. Show right, it's. It's going to be an hour every weekday and talking about everything NFL obviously is going to be some XS and os stuff which I know, you absolutely loved Dan, and that's what you're waiting for with bated breath, but they're also being discussion of. NFL stories in issues. The kind of things we talk about on HQ as well by the way. I'm still on HQ. Yes I do know I. Do know that you're still on. Pinterest. It's stressing. Yeah, we're very. We're very. Very happy for you. That is not a lot of people. Get to do their strange dream job. Wish you've climbed at the company very quickly and now you end up in this place where you say I don't like XS and Os, but I'll disagree with you there. If I can learn something watching an. Edge NFL matchup was something that I learned from all the time consistently. Dan Likes learning. He does the mindlessness if somebody shows that. It's the guy who will tell you about what his theory is on. Who's going to win that I hate? But if you could teach me, how and why it is that a bubble route is the right is the right thing to you know call in this situation like that's the stuff I want to learn because I don't feel like we get nearly enough of it on TV. Here's what you're not going to hear on the new NFL live. This quarterback is a winner. Okay stuff like that like I. If you're going to hear I. I'm much more sophisticated I mean. We're going to really dig into the football of it. All and I. I, do hope people learn something, and then you know I love all the numbers nerd stuff and I hope to bring that to the show as well. It's what I'm passionate about as much as the game itself and I'm really excited to talk about it. What do you make of the removal of preseason games like? Are you optimistic that we're going to have a season? If you had to choose one optimistic or pessimistic? I know you're hopeful you choose on an NFL season right now. I think optimistic is the wrong word because that would suggest I feel good about it. I think the NFL season is going to happen. For the reasons I talked about at the beginning here, which is simply the bottom line I think they're gonNA. Find a way to make it happen. We. Use the words too big to fail, and I think those are false right because. It suggests that any of this you know on cancelable, and they're gonNa make no matter what is we have any control over this virus, but I think the incentives to keep football going in some capacity are a lot bigger than the incentives around other sports. And again it's not just because you know your uncle who says fooball like wants to watch. It's because of the dollar figures in jobs at stake around this particular industry. I think most coaches don't even WANNA play for preseason games to begin with so right now. The NFL is making easy decisions like did anyone. Did you see a single human being who said Oh? No, don't take away the two preseason games other than me because. That's worked for me, but It didn't happen, so I think. I really think it's going to happen I. Think it's possible could be delayed. Dan Given some of the health stuff happening around the country, and the fact that these games are happening around the country, and it's not in a bubble, but I think we're going to get a season. mean. What were your thoughts? with Cam Newton go into the Patriots and do you have a theory as to why only two teams expressed any sort of interesting candidate?.

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The Secret History of the Korean Bat Flip

ESPN Daily

07:47 min | 1 year ago

The Secret History of the Korean Bat Flip

"Can you explain in your own words? What a best slip actually is so normally. When a baseball player has a big hit he just kinda gently lays down his right and continues on his way down the base path. But sometimes that doesn't happen sometimes. A hitter is very proud and here. She will watch the ball takeoff and sometimes they'll pause sometimes. They'll do this while they're running. But instead of gently laying down the bet they will launch it into space. There are many different ways of doing this. It can be a flick of the wrist. It can be a throw a defiant curl. Perhaps the bat can travel feet. The back can travel very far but often it sort of twirls through the air majestically like a baton and flip is it's almost like spiking a football Pablo AIDS Celera Tori gesture and as you know. This is something that is taboo. In the United States in major league. Baseball violates the unwritten rules and executing this maneuver will often result in a hitter. Getting next time he's up but in Korea. Backflips are not only accepted. There are also extremely common. That was yes. Our Own Mina cards describing a unique feature of baseball in Korea. The Korean baseball starts it season today as one of the only pro leagues on earth playing amid this pandemic and you'll be able to watch those games on ESPN. So since you might just see. K B O Player flip is bat. I asked me to be a guest on her own show to share my favorite story that she has ever written on why Korean players love to flip their bats. And how it start. I'm Pablo Torre. Tuesday may fifth this is espn daily presented by marathon. I feel insane power right now. I don't know how I feel about this. Meantime is a senior writer for ESPN and the host of this podcast ESPN daily. I am the captain. Now you will feel how I want you to feel. I think is how this works. People can't see this but Pablo was doing the thing where he points his fingers at his eyes and then he's pointing them at my eyes and it's it's very upsetting. So how did the story which I love so much? Actually come about what it was. I think the spring or early summer of two thousand sixteen which is important because we are coming off of the two thousand fifteen. Mlb playoffs whereas. I'm sure you will remember Joey. Batista flipped his Bat. Which feels almost like. I'm understanding what he did after a home run in the AL between the Blue Jays and the Texas Rangers and there were much hand wringing and commentary debate as a result of that critics called the Bat Slip Disrespectful. Not only to the opposing pitcher. Button the game in general if I were a player I wouldn't do that. The fact that a matter is what he did did not offend you. Just don't sit. There is flip your badge especially in the seventh inning but throughout this time and before that there were these videos of backflips coming from Korea. Right ed where Korean baseball players were flipping their bats do as defiantly as Batista and with great joy and style and panache. These videos had gone viral social media. Just so I started looking to a little bit. There's a it was an account on twitter. A website called my K B O. Run by a Korean American guy named Dan Kurtz and so he was sending them out and then they would go. Viral asked him how he got into it. He used to live in Korea. He was huge B O. Fan Korean baseball organization. But then I asked him okay. So why why are they so common in Korea? Why is this normal there? Why our guys not getting drilled in the head and? He didn't know and super intrigued by that. So I got in touch with another Korean baseball expert commentator for the O named Daniel Kim who is based in Korea and he had so many great stories about that flips and what not they there and how they were so common but he also didn't know why or where it started and he told me you should just come here and figure it out. So that's what I did so you actually go to Korea and this. I remember I remember it sounding like one of the great expense report boondoggles ever but you actually go to Korea with Mickey and your story begins in Bussan right and so what you're actually find when you travel across the ocean and get there so we went to Poussin which is extremely large seaside city on the southern tip of South Korea so they have a very popular team the low tae giants and the first thing we do. Is We go to a game at the stadium and it was revelatory cream. It is just crazy crowds. They're much younger than American crowds and they are cheering and dancing and going nuts. And they're they're drinking beer. I guess that's also different. They're all these events. There are cheerleaders cheer master and they're standing on a platform and it is just so much fun. There's an American Fan Mickey and I met at the first game that carry my her and he told us. Mlb is like opera and K B O is like rock and roll so were there and we're having a great time and all of a sudden this player who we. I'd seen before because I had seen of backflips name was Choi Jin Sook and public. He is enormous. That's just the only way to describe is an enormous? He would be so he comes out and his song is Elmo Maceo shots just were not I remember that

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Mina Kimes Reporting on eSports

Asian Enough

03:50 min | 1 year ago

Mina Kimes Reporting on eSports

"Done a lot of long form sports journalism which I've read you know Aaron Rodgers Luca Donncha h And then you did these amazing stories about Korean e sports and Korean bad flipping the first eastport story. I wrote for ESPN. The magazine was at believe in two thousand fifteen and it was about a nineteen year old Korean kid named faker. That's his Gamertag. thrilling Who was the Best League of LEGENDS PLAYER IN THE WORLD? Then I WANNA say a couple of years later. I wrote another sports story about a girl named Gay Gurry in Korea who played overwatch plays overwatch. Who was so good. People thought she was treating the final story. Hope final but I also went to Korea And spent some time there to write about Korean baseball in particular to try to understand why Korean baseball players have such glorious and prolific backflips. Y Y Y Korean stories. When did you start doing them? Well they were total boondoggles. Because I got to go to Korea three times and see my family members on. Espn excellent stories. We're bringing them actually so it is a One of them. Yes so the first eastport story I did was in two thousand fifteen we as a company had not been covering sports before then And they by they I mean the editors Kinda came to me and they said well. We would like to do a feature about this. We're doing an issue. Can you tell us who to write about? Whatever you know. It's your choice. So that wasn't my idea to write about any sports so I spent like a week or so just re which I had the luxury to do as a features writer and I know is very luxurious to actually just kind of learned about the space and figure out what would work and video games or an at all. I didn't play a lot. You have to be like such an authority in so many different spaces within sports to add e- sports to that expertise driven it is but it's different because as a features writer it's very different from being an analyst like you're actually don't have to be an expert you just have to do the research right like in the process of doing that story. Nobody would expect me to have theories about Strategy Games Raji or you know. Be opinionated about that. They expect me to talk to people who are smart and trust them and synthesize that information anyways. I there were few American English articles about gaming couple features. Really hasn't been a lot and Every time I would read these articles they'd be about like a North American team whether it was legal legends. Which is the game ended up writing about? And then there'd always be a line in the story where the Koreans would just show up and kick their ass so I went back to ESPN. And I was like I think I should write about Koreans and then from there. I found out this one kid in particular was the best so yeah I kind of just my approach was to just write about it like we would write about a young Lebron or any other prodigy. I suppose in sports. Ns gamers name is gig ARY This is fake story before. Yeah so I learned all about the various tensions because the future's all about finding tensions and and that's what drives the story a good story but all the tensions associated with Gaming and Korea Crean Culture. I mean I was very interested. Not only okay. Who is this kid? Why so good but why are Koreans in particular so good at this? You know. You're not born with gaming gene? So I I think the socio economic and cultural reasons to me were as fascinating as anything else. So that that's how I ended up in Korea. The first time second time was about Giger US another player in that one. The detention and the piece was very obvious because she was a woman and had been through a very kind of interesting. I love that story. I thank you thank

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Mina Kimes' Eclectic Career

Asian Enough

03:49 min | 1 year ago

Mina Kimes' Eclectic Career

"We want to start out by talking about your career which is really interesting to me. You've made some big changes moving from investigative business journalism too long form sports writing and fighting to hosting podcasting and commentating and these are all really. Hartfield to break into. Could you tell us about these transitions? And you know was was sports journalism something. You're always headed towards. None of these jobs were ones that I was doors or ones that I ever aspired to do. You know I kind of fell into all them So now that I've alienated. Everyone right from the trump wants to do these things Yeah no I don. I was going to be like you guys like arts writer or more cultural criticisms kind of interesting to me out of college and then I fell into business. Journalism Durin Internship for magazine called Fortune. Small Business got job at Fortune magazine out of college. Writing about finance and investing moved to doing features than doing investigative features moved to Bloomberg News whereas they're investigative team and I. I've always loved sports but I never aspired to be in sports as a career. Never ASPIRE TO BE ON TELEVISION. Never aspired to do commentary. Espn reached out to me. I'll just didn't really seem like an option for me. Just didn't seem like something that somebody like me would even do quite frankly But but along those lines I don't think business journalism seemed like an option to me. Either I mean when I was in college is just didn't occur to me so. Espn Kinda made the Kimball. The idea for me. They hired me in two thousand fourteen as a features writer. After reading your piece about Your Dad yes. So I wrote a personal essay about football and editor their name. Meghan Ren- greenwell riche down. So you you seem. You seemed like football tweet about it a lot a lot of dumb stuff. She didn't say that. But that's accurate depiction of my twitter and So I was kind of like extensively a serious financial journalist at the time but Football and sports more. Broadly was my passion. So I I was worth twenty nine or something I suppose. Yeah decided to make the leap which was pretty terrifying. What did you grow up wanting to be like as a kid Painter Oh yeah and I still pay not well not a good painter but I do like watercolor sometimes of football players really. Yeah so do you draw them to then or yeah. I do a lot of things I just get I I know insane and then I sometimes I just get a gift. Like a little watercolor set or something. And I'll just use it up and then buy another one. That's what football players do. You have a series of Philip rivers just because I like you so emotive super splitting looking and then I did them all and I said why. Don't want these. So I just auctioned off for Homeless Charity here that works with homelessness that were considered roads a great compassion direction and I was shocked that somebody wanted them and result out of money so I did it again this year. Oh my gosh you do this regularly. Wow that's cool. How much money did you make if you don't well this year? I did so. I did a Korean while. I am obsessed with the kicker young white coup. Oh yeah after the night of three onside kicks legendary night in. Nfl history. And I did a few others like marshawn lynch disguise I liked and I think I sold five of them. Maybe something five or six but I raised thirty five hundred dollars. Wow Wow you definitely interesting. Like if you're selling a five hundred dollars like let's add painter to the bile thank you.

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Death by a a thousand cuts

Dots, Lines & Destinations

07:49 min | 1 year ago

Death by a a thousand cuts

"Hello and welcome to episode two hundred eighty three of ducks lines and destinations. I am Stephen. Seagraves joined by Seth Miller and false mood. Gentlemen our healthy healthy for now for now. Yeah you guys you guys like stocking up yet your toilet paper because I have my four years of toilet paper. We POSCO UP here. No it should be there now. Costco's somewhere down in Massachusetts. That's not true. There's Nashua is there forever but I remember like an hour away so I think I think maybe the the Massachusetts will not be closer. Because we're there on the highway yet dependent independent where you are but neither is national 'cause missiles go to shop tax-free oh yeah makes sense. So so we do you. Have you set? You have a costco membership. Never have that would be a factor. Yeah you costco. You can buy a member man trader. Joe's is good. Cook those There's a trip just down the way we are by talking to the grocery store here the pricing is right. They textures as right. I prefer I enjoy. It's It's a one ply but quilted one. Lots of interesting sort of hybrid choice. It comes from It's an actual habit for this. I can't put talking about this on the show. Our House in New York had a hundred year old piping plumbing our retrofit once or twice but very bright piping and plumbing and the two black clogging it so we had to find a comfortable one ply so that I didn't have to keep Snaking the toilet and I've just stuck with that brand since New Place similar age. I don't feel like you know testing that experience again. So it was like self-preservation really got understand and and it seems that we are curious. I have plenty of. Actually I buy it at target or at the grocery store depending on. Who's telling US sale that week and had bought two jumbo packs? Just because we have enough space to store. I bought that in late January so we have plenty of but not not because of this just because that's how I buy it normally. I mean that's typically what we costco. It's like you buy like your two months. Supply routes just about two months typically a familiar with the usage rates. Because we both work from home anyway so the whole life. Nobody's doesn't change our consumption adding so should we just pivot and go the Japanese Muslim? Nobody's I'm not a fan on. I am not do feel that. It's more of a female thing to truly appreciate the We'll give my wife credit when earlier this evening. Were finishing up dinner. She says is it true. That men really don't wash their hands in the bathrooms. Generally may is that why we take so much longer. The bathrooms than men because Russia. Washing our hands. Anything else and I had to give some credit for. That might be right. You know from what I've seen Been are terrible at washing their hands in the restroom I told you guys the story of the gentleman that I saw at O'hare wearing a full face mask who use the urinal and not just a face mask us like a painter. Space Mass like the the the two big nozzles on each side and then use. The restroom interceded walk out without Washington's Darwin. Awards folks keep it simple stupid. I think One of the things that we need to talk about his just general airline cuts so that's kind of what this corona virus scare and a passenger lull. I would call it or depression I would call it is is really triggering rights Yeah I mean. We're we're recording this on evening and sorry we're late again. This week. We had another guest plan with special thoughts and a reason they were late but that fell through so But you know one of the. I'll say benefits of being a little late to the game. This week is that we've actually had the experience of the J. P. Morgan Aviation Conference Today. And it was a virtual event so she goes to show you just how serious the situation is a investor conference where typically they bring the senior executives in from all the airlines in each hour two or half an hour to present to gather groups and then they do a meet and greet private meetings in a dinner at Temple. Big Thing Quality Boondoggle Was done for airlines by teleconference today. So I if that's not a metaphor. I don't know what is and and the news from that. Teleconference was not much cut. Cut cut cut cut cut everybody except for Alaska Airlines. That spoke today on and it was the. Us carriers that you'd think of minus southwest. I'll spoke so jetblue and bigger Mina South West All spoke today all said that They were cutting service and most of them had announced it some way some form Alaska Airlines is not cutting margin April but currently has a three and a half percent cut in. May and that's sort of the telling thing is like they're pulling for May they they see the future demand not recovering for a long time United is Scott. Kirby said he thinks it's eighteen months before demand returns to its pre corona virus level. So call it like whatever we were at the end of December but he also said SARS was a fourteen month cycle and they're they're extending a little bit so and if if I was to look at what like I add his out from SARS. Their version of the chart came back much quicker. I don't know visit. United was slower or the industry was really slower than I added. Sort of lying about the numbers are pushing version that they liked But there's some interesting things to consider there but everybody's cutting American pulled ten percent or seven percent of domestic going forward and a bunch of international cuts and international cuts are going longer term than really interesting to me there. This isn't a week or month even at a time anymore. You know going back to vases comment from a few weeks ago. Where there's where he said they're cutting month we at time with each passing week. Another month is scheduled. That's really where we're at now in this. Is that simply? Think lack of demand tree backup. If the corona virus was to disappear to the airline seat those months as the time it would take to get demand back to where it was. Yeah it they they just. They don't see the demand coming back a lot of references. Essentially there are some differences of opinion. There was a lot of things that were some of it. Some differences of opinion a lot of comments about the travelers still today are all still spring break travel that was previously booked into people. WanNa throw away. But that future bookings aren't happy as much aren't happening as much So that's part of it. There's also the question of can you induce travelers by dropping. There's enough and Scott Kirby from United's basically said dismissive manner said I didn't even realize there's another theory. Then people could still be convinced to travel if it's cheap enough. Because they were worried about travelling because they want to get sick At the same time Alaska Airlines and everything said you know. We said something like that. We ran a sale last week just to test the waters and people buy tickets and me. I'm more than we expected. Know What's interesting? I was looking airfares. Given how empty allegedly empty flights are airfares are still high. Yeah and we can close in far out how far less than seven days. Yeah you would think like if you've got empty flights now you'd start filling them but they're not so the one comment that. I think it was American. I think Doug Parker said they did a similar thing where they released some of their. You'll controls but it was still focused on greater than seven days out so they're still not. Bush is interesting because I think the theory there is business. Travelers aren't traveling and if they do decide to travel they'll pay whatever it costs they're still trying to pick up some of the uncertain leisure travel but not willing to give up business revenues where it might happen

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Wait, I Dont Have To Be Killing Myself At The Gym? Ft. Anne Mahlum

Diet Starts Tomorrow

06:08 min | 1 year ago

Wait, I Dont Have To Be Killing Myself At The Gym? Ft. Anne Mahlum

"Easiest way to explain it for folks that we we have to put ourselves in a category. It's it's very intensified version of of pilates when people think of pilates or traditional plots. I think as we think of you know folks. That are lying down restorative you're doing to rehabilitate from an injury or something of that sort or you do pilates because you can't do something else and that was frankly you know my association with the word to and then I took a pilates class in L. A. and I didn't know you could work out like this. I didn't know you could get such intensity so safely moving. So slowly right. That's awesome what I like about the class though that I feel like differentiates from other plots classes. But it's in the dark like dimly Lynn. Because I always felt like if I've been to other classes everyone is staring at me while I cannot hold this plank like it makes you feel like you're on your own little bubble and then you could just like look. Oh I used to teach me. I had two hyphen. Yeah with our eyes. Honestly I think that classes in the dark. Make a huge difference. I noticed that I actually don't really like classes if they're not in the dark because I think it might be because just the mood is better mood. Yeah Yeah there's an element I think when you walk in and you know you're in a different environment that it's not just the lighting and everything is the same when when classes going or when it's off you sort of get into this zone when lights go off. Music comes up. And you're like okay. We're GONNA do this for fifty minutes. I was telling you about our new studio leader which is underground. So you really feel like you're like okay. We're we're doing this and I'm here and I'm president. Your phone doesn't work down there so you can't really escape pilates. Cave plotting gave so okay. Even though you are the solid core founder. You have a lot more to your story so we wanted to kind of hear your whole story. I guess out. We'll let you get the narrative Dr Gaining the beginning. Wh-a were we born. I was mentioning to one of your teammates. Hear Sean. I still spend time in North Dakota which is where I was born. I'm actually. They're like a good chunk out of out of the month. All my family is still there split my time between North Dakota DC New York and the news usually another trip around the studios or personally So I I do live out of a suitcase is in North Dakota like what North Dakota versus New York City. Give us a comparison. Internet is coming North Dakota. It's I mean listen. It's it's Kinda like a big suburb. Bismarck is where I grew up goes but now it's a big suburb. There's like sixty seven thousand people there. But they're solid core there. I opened a studio there in two thousand seventeen. My High School were just clamoring to like. How would you just open one of these? We have nothing and I was like. I don't really know if this is going to be so successful but I just felt like it would work. We would at least not lose money and so there was just like this. This pride about you know bringing something back there to my home state. And so yeah. Now there's six in the entire tire state. There's aren't Fargo grand forks. Mina are you do you dominate the North Dakota simply because there's no competition but yeah orange theory you know orange Syria as popping up in Fargo. There's it's it's becoming more. I think were I think we were part of that movement? You know we obviously New York and La Boutique. Fitness has been around for a long time but these middle kind of we call them tertiary tier two tier three tier four markets get overlooked. They don't get anything. Yeah but there are people. They're looking for things to do. You know they want their active fit and So yeah like we opened Bismarck. Where like actually there's something here. We think we can open up in a lot smaller markets and be super successful because we focus so much on community and the results are there. That's awesome all right so North Dakota so tell us about like growing up high school all that I know there's a bunch there. Yeah I think any time you know. All of us grew up in certain areas. We can think back to. What will you like being a kid there? And I'm like Oh this is how everybody lives like. This is what it's like being a kid. No matter where you are in the world you just have such a small view of what reality is so house. Big Backyard to brother sister middle class middle class family. I've done a good amount of public speaking so I feel my stories on lines with policies for redundancy of people have heard in no don't Yeah but every okay so yeah so I I truly thought I had my entire life figured out by the time I was twelve years old because my yeah my life went really great until twelve. It's like cool. I'm good at sports like I got boys chasing me around at recess at playground. School seems pretty easy. This thing is like totally fine. I got it and then when I was sixteen years old. I got kind of hard dose of Reality of what my dad's life was like. How stable my parents? My parents marriage was so when I was sixteen or seventeen before my sophomore year. In High School Is when I found out. My Dad was a gambling addict and he told us because he was which most addictions do. They get to the point where they're like you've got to your rock bottom and you do something. There's no other way out than to tell people what's going on. So Miandad owed a lot of people a lot of money and he had to come clean with my mom And my mom kicked me out of the House that day and for kid who thinks he's got like a stable family is going on. What do you mean? Dad's not living here. But unfortunately my dad went through drug and alcohol addiction when I was really young so have never seen my drink or do drugs but my mom has and she's like I can't go through this again and we didn't. We weren't poor but we didn't have a lot of money. My Dad sold insurance. My Mom's a teacher. So money was my mom's Achilles heel like you threaten Matt and my dad did like our savings was drained our education all of these accounts that she worked so hard for so she just couldn't recover from it. I get it now but at the time. I'm like your big bad mother. Who's taking my father away. So the next three years a really tumultuous with my mom I blamed her for my imperfect life and I also spend that time trying to fix with other Both both unsuccessful efforts. Nothing good came out of those approaches. Frankly and that's when I became a runner I turned to running to deal with all of the emotional turmoil I was going through and found strength in the movement found strength in moving my body forward all the metaphors around taking things one step at a time it just the whole thing really resonated with

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How to Build a Successful Membership Site

Book Marketing Mentors

09:12 min | 1 year ago

How to Build a Successful Membership Site

"All the way from Mucosal upon Tynan Yorkshire England. Mike What an absolute pleasure. It is to welcome you to the show and thank you for being this week's guest expert and mentor. Thank you for having me on the show. What an introduction. I love that all the way from Newcastle England. Well we gotta put you in the right context because otherwise people might think you're just next stole but since we're an international podcast and I love it that we interview people from all over the world. Mike. Let's get down to basics. What exactly is an online membership site? I looked at your frame that as getting basic because this is a. It's a funny question. Actually because the term membership is just so broadly applicable net flicks is a membership local associations. Aw memberships seal allow those types of businesses have online elements but in the online business world when people talk about membership typically. What they mean is some sort of combination content and community and usually the content. Is Ill learning? So it's usually educational content on a specific topic. Usually run by a recognized expert or authority in a field. A mass usually supported by some form of community so everything from a discussion forum by private to paying members through to private facebook groups and so on and so generally there's all sorts of Mina variations of that model but it's usually a combination a learning with community what you pay for access to those education materials and also a little bit of access to a particular experts. Aurthority that you follow and you want to lend from. How do we know when it's the right time for us to create membership site and even if it is the right time? How do we know that it's what we should be doing much of a as down to knowing your audience and actually speaking to audience so if in hearing that you're thinking well what what audience than that's probably a sign that it's not yet time we always recommend people built some sort of following online and by following really you want that to be people on an email list so people who maybe visited the radio book by? Noyo audience our office so they've Regio Book that maybe visited your website. Hops you publish articles all your podcast on Dave. Subscribe to your email list because they want to hear more from you. That is generally what you want online following and I would say once you got a few hundred people who are demonstrating a desire to him on to learn more from you beyond what they've read your book beyond what they've read on your local listened to on your podcast. That's usually a sign up. The timing is right you also needs to look your mock in general and what sort of problems exist out there. That either aren't being solved by the books by courses by online programs. Oh just on being solved either extensively not all in a way that reflects kind the current state of your particular industry. It's really marrying a demand and the need within your market with a following that you have built up whose needs allying with and where you can serve them further within. So can I know my membership? I think if you haven't got a following usually you're going to find it a lot harder because you can have the best membership in the world but if you've got nobody to promote a two and you haven't got a kind of a focus group in sums of an email list you can get feedback from. It is going to be much tougher. My. Let's say we feel that it's the right time to start a site now. Let's dig down to the basics about. How would we actually go about getting started? Wow that is a another big one I really. I think the first is talking to your organs really drilling down into the coal problems and it's important that emphasis on the word comb if you ask a bunch of people. Hey you know what you need help with right now. China's AW allowed. The answers will be fairly superficial. Don't actually get to the heart of problems. They are having what obstacles they are facing. One of the goals. What are they designed? What's the bigger picture for those people really really isolating? The problems that you can solve I think is the first point and I was free so says a lot of ideas there to flesh out of viable idea full. What could become? You'll membership committee next stage of that really is to validate your market by selling them. Something so the May have already bought one of your books if not try and sell them your books. If you can't compel people to pay ten dollars fifteen dollars for a couple your book save. Go five hundred people on a name list and not one of them is willing to work with ten bucks for one ago books then you probably going to struggle to sell them a fifty dollar a month membership. You kinda need to validate the market both in terms of do people how problems that I can solve. So that's the first two is the solution that I could provide to them a good fate three. I compel these people to actually put the hand in their pocket and pay me to solve their problems and the best way to build a piece of the equation is by selling them. Something smaller I determine if they were buying market to determine whether you even like selling things online to this audience and to verify your understanding of the problem and solution match is actually accurate. That idea validation is definitely the most important step before you. You even get into looking at what you'll membership by consists of and how you might handle things on the technical. And all that Sorta Mike one of the things that POPs into my mind is that people are not necessarily sure what that core issues are frustrated about certain things or they feel. They have certain problems but they may be superficial to would actually the real issue is. What are your thoughts on that? You've got to ask them more questions. I can't remember if it's six sigma with the idea of a five wise. I think this is completely ripping from memory but the notion that you have to ask at least five. Why questions to probe deeper and deeper deeper was your number one problem right now and someone can give you the answer. Okay well why is not something that as impeding your progress and from that answer Biz? Another Y and there's another white and you have to keep probing Rothman taking I onto that again now. Obviously that requires more than just kind of a blanket. Approach TO GATHERING FEEDBACK. It requires more than simply sending an email out your list saying complete the survey or hit reply to they say mail and tell me what the number one finger struggling with right now is arranging to get on the phone. Get on a zoom coal. Get ON SKYPE WITH FIVE. Six people who kind of match the profile of what you believe to be your ideal customer your ideal member and having those conversations having those deeper conversations and asking questions and listening not leading them towards essentially kind of just giving you what you want to hear but really gets to the heart of it you say. You're thinking of starting up a membership to help aspiring office to keep a topical example. Then you might be looking for feedback on obstacles. People are facing and getting their book south on so you know somebody might say okay. Well I'm with my at just get a finished on. I really struggled with writer's block fantastic song points to be able to just probe deeper and deeper and deeper and deeper to find where those routes problems are and the more of these conversations you have. You would imagine certainly if you've kind of got consistency amongst the people you're attracting your old. You'll start to see patterns emerging from that you'll have a wealth of information to them build on when it comes to figuring out what the real struggles what the real obstacles. What the real things get in these people's way and how can I create something that takes them through that journey guessing through those obstacles ensembles

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Browns' Garrett reiterates Rudolph used racial slur

The Dan Patrick Show

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Browns' Garrett reiterates Rudolph used racial slur

"The clip of Mina kimes interview with myles. Garrett Cleveland Browns Defensive Lineman. He reiterates the racial slur claim against Mason Rudolph. Here so he says that during that melee back in November that Mason. Rudolph used a racial slur and here is a portion of that interview with me crimes and Myles Garrett I mean come off the edge. Ten letters less than fifteen seconds. I remember that I didn't WanNa be on the field but now since I was already out there and they were throwing the ball sales going to play so he started the Baugh. He's he's wanting to throw. I'm going to hit him in the strike zone. I'm not trying to do anything illegal. I go to take him down. He says some worry that we're going down. What did he say to you? I mean he called me the n Word Kami stupid and we're I don't like I don't say the N. word whether it's a PR to me personally. Just shouldn't be Sir all right. Got One other clip here with meantime asking Myles Garrett and myles Garrett said that he's not using this as a crutch for why he acted the way he did against Mason Rudolph. That didn't want to use it as justification for my actions because there's nothing to justify like there's there's nothing I can say or do just what I did on that day. I'm not saying there's to justify than I didn't do anything wrong and I know what I know what happened. I know what I heard. People say things no when they're heated on their full of emotion and leave it on the field. He said it but that was three months ago. Four months ago now I leave behind

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Talking to the Dead

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:50 min | 1 year ago

Talking to the Dead

"Today we're talking about the seance communicating with the dead has been around for centuries United States just after the civil war when so many men lost on. The battlefields was so little attention to their identification left to be buried until the battle that had killed them had passed often buried in mass graves leaving family and loved ones with no idea what happened to their father. Son Brother husband the grieving American public search for answers in media and through seances across Europe following world. War One sounds flourished often led by celebrities like Sir Arthur conon on and doyle the author Sherlock Holmes but critic arose from the World Magic from roughly nineteen twenty to nineteen twenty. Six Harry Harry. Houdini made a part of his. Life's work to expose. Mediums in the seance but the magician wasn't always so intent on exposing those would communicate with the dead. The great magician had two women in his life his mother and his wife. They were the law of his life when his mother Cecilia. Steiner Weiss died of a stroke. Nineteen Thirteen Harry. Houdini sought out a medium that would allow him to speak with his beloved mother but for decades his axe x his own acts had included. Sounds as were the highest form of deception. When he attended a seance could identify the very tricks tricks adhered used in his own acts? He went on the warpath exposing the fraudulent gatherings. Houdini he's former. Education was slight his self education. Commence the magician had a great love of books and of research built a formidable personal library when in the nineteen twenties he strode into the public public arena to confront fraudulent mediums. He proceeded from home lined with books and manuscripts about their methods of deception. Visitors to the online line collection can view July thirty first nineteen twenty five letter in which we need describes his extensive library of letters and documents related to the spiritualism his attacks stem from both shameless self-promotion sincere commitment to the public photographs and the Digital Houdini collection and show his exposures a rich penelope of psychic fraud sleight riding spirit photographs fingerprinting a spirit and trump and mediums. Who would transmit voices through the musical instrument articles and images present? Houdini greatest challenge many any crandon. The Media Mona's Marjorie. A woman who fooled one established academic mind after another. She found her greatest champion in Sir Arthur CONAN doyle. Genie was never able to expose her as an outright fraud but he did block her progress. Her name was Minna Crandon but the world knew her as Marjorie a pseudonym adopted to protect her from publicity. She lived with her husband successful. Surge in Leroy Crandon on Boston's affluent Beacon Hill. It was there in their house online street in one thousand nine hundred twenty three that she purportedly discovered she had psychic power specifically the ability to levitated objects generator. Called noises. Materialized spirit forms warms. The phenomenon were controlled. She said by the spirit of her deceased brother. Walter who would speak through Mina in a a gruff decidedly unspiritual manner. His No nonsense conference liberally laced with profanities before long binders talents came him to the attention of researchers and she was closely studied on an off for an suing ten years and through examination of the claims and counterclaims counterclaims so the various researchers would require a book length essay. I'm not that ambitious instead what I'd like to do. Compare and contrast the accounts of the initial investigation as presented in two influential books science and Para Science by Brian a angles nineteen eighty-four mediums and mystics. And the occult by Melborn Christopher. Nine hundred seventy five with only occasional forays into other sources verses when necessary and the process. We may not learn anything conclusive about March but we will learn something about the hazards and frustrations nations of studying. The paranormal was Marjorie. A greater magician than Houdini. Or was she the real thing able to call up dead and hold for

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"minas" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

22:36 min | 1 year ago

"minas" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"This is plus dot com slash good seats for your free month check it out here's our show I've met so many wonderful unforgettable people A. version as well as the San Diego version some really cool stuff click click on through he has and they're all well photographed and stuff so you can really get a sense of what you're GonNa be getting and and and get real confidence sense that what you're kissing is is of the highest quality but there's a smart look and San Diego Clippers one thousand nine hundred ninety s excuse me one thousand eighty one eighty two media guide that's there you want some Sandia Clippers Ticket stubs from the early eighties. They got those in there. There's is a cool Set of Santa Cooper schedules pocket schedules really cool stuff there what else we got some. La Clipper stuff so including especially some of the first year clippers exploits in Los Angeles for example the got an the Los Angeles Clippers inaugural season ticket brochure in there and I think the theme that year was Clippers basketball taking okay bye storm well I I know a storm maybe it was certainly cloudy with a half the amount of showers and thunderstorms for sure but those are among the many items you're gonNA find at not just clippers related but basketball generally and tons of other sports at sports history collectibles dot com. You'll waste quite a bit of time for sure it's not a waste it's equality use of your time but I guarantee you will not get that time back because you'll be fascinated by literally all the things available and again of course when you find an item or two or seven that you're really interested in of course please by all means use that Promo code good seats and again get fifteen percent off all of your purchases once again it's sports history collectibles dot com was feel like we need a theme song for that or maybe a jingle or something like that can get on that But once again sports history collectibles dot com we thank you to dean and his pals in San Diego check him out as say you'll be glad you did all right so enough of that and Onwards shall we into you know this book is Fascinating this conversation is fascinating this topic is endlessly interesting this is the story of the current La Clippers and the curse quote unquote the colorful in chaotic history of this very interesting team as we get into it with With Mick mean us our new pal down in Australia and here's our chat and a please as always enjoy I can tell by your Oakland accent that you're not from the L. A. or the San Diego or the area how did you come across the clippers general and ed sort of go deep in a book and invested this crazy story or at least they're interational in San Diego and maybe there earlier stays in La why how so I might sort of previous life I was a basketball coach down here in astrology a- and we you took it over to the states in twenty two thousand and traveled around California and Nevada and Arizona implied some sort of junior colleges in some some lower level Lexa division three college that settled level and I'm part of that trip was we got to go and see the clippers season opener and save on on the team was really excited to go see the clippers in lake and applying the Lakers and the like coming off the NBA finals loss to the Celtics aches and the Cleveland suggest saw Baron Davis so it was sort of like you know big build up to the game and especially build up for us coming from Australia and full out of the people in the team it was the first exposure to alive in Bi game in any way the clip ended up losing by I think it was like forty points it's down by twenty points at quarter time it was just that would just completely blown off the court and Mitch struck me as being we'll wind it was very disappointing Game to watch that also struck me as being like you see blowouts in the NBA all the time but you don't often say blowouts on opening I where you know both teams are relatively healthy and so that kind of that kind of sparked an interest we've myself and someone else who was on the team and we back to Australia and we would sort of send each other articles back and forth about the clippers both the modern incarnation and sort of stories about the clippers and the more raid the more I sort of got interested in in trade I already knew already knew sort of half the clip he story from my sort of my previous rating in following the NBA. And then I started finding it all these other really interesting quirky stories and kind sort of apparent that someone should write a book about this and then I I should rival Kathy's well that's interesting as so this was a clippers game at the old l. a. sports arena correct now this was at staples got so this is even even sort of in their most current modern sort of since even prior doc prior to bomber right yeah so this was yeah so it's still Donald Sterling was still the Arizona And I think the thing that really fueled that sort of interested in the clippers was he I just saw him baron Davis and so he was a you know ally log cool coming home to play for the clippers very high profile Playa and also extremely Popula Playa I'm in the in the southern California area aid already getting onto the guy expecting the clippers to finish the season with a better record like is but the sort of at the time the sort of local media hype around the team was at like I had a good team in that look like they could potentially be apply off Indiaia into say them lose and disillusion such a sort of put such stupid performance on opening night it really sort of struck a chord with me so okay so you say you and your friends you kinda sort of you kind of semi-adopted this clippers franchises as a as an entree to the NBA but a curiosity at that. Where do you start and how do you kind of go into finding out the where's the demarcation because I it's pretty in this book that you kind of really start sort of with the I guess San Diego Incarnation and kind of just kind of bow humbly towards the braves that can before it from Buffalo Yeah and it's interesting I did a lot of research into the Buffalo era a lot of it is getting chopped just purely for length because the book the book as long as it is any now you could make a case decided that you could start the book from Donald Sterling Era and just focus on Donald but I thought that the early years in San Diego will really intriguing so I didn't want to lose them and I thought the lifetime was really interesting as well so I made the decision to shorten the buffalo the the the the death we went into the buffalo era I on a short in that and and focus on how the buffalo bribes morphed into the ally into the San Diego Clippers which Inaba itself is a really fascinating story sorry yes so let's talk about that we we've had a couple of of explorations of the of the braves Tim Wendel who's written a seminal book about it we kind of kind of went deep on that and and we've had to actually we've got an episode in the CAN coming up in a couple of weeks on an enigmatic player that actually was on both incarnations both the braves and the clippers he being one Marvin Barnes but so how does San Diego then get on the radar of the folks in buffalo how does that sort of cross country transformation happened because San Diego had its dalliances with pro basketball you know in prior to that I mean you had the conquistadors of the ABA which became the sales and kind of sort of literally and figuratively sailed away with the and you also have the sandy rockets which had bolted you know in the early part of the seventies as well to to Houston right there was a time when San Diego had to pro basketball teams but number of years frankly hadn't so so what made the I guess Braves Organization Think San Diego is going to be golden this time around we're very complicated aiming to one of the she trading SORTA transactions in history so you had an links into a another NBA team so it basically linked into what was named Boston at the time so the celtics had been bought by Laban who was a Hollywood movie producer who first year he earned the Celtics they won the NBA Championship that was lacking seventy six so start to ten years but that quickly salad and and over the next two years some key players moved on I'm one being pulled Silas and moved on mainly for financial considerations that paying eighty one a pie what sort of going right was for those Playas and Obviously Boston feigns a particular that time time were very use to success I mean those period if a twenty period where the Celtics won thirteen of the twenty nba championship so this is the time this is an era where the Celtic feigns will use to essays that didn't finish the championship was conceited and here have the Celtics missing the playoffs so Irv Levin became the sort of public enemy number winding Boston he was the person who took the rap full you know the teams wondering fortunes saw Levin started thinking i WanNa get out of Boston I'm not enjoying this And mm-hmm and at the same time he was also I mean he leaped in Hollywood so he was so splitting his time between traveling from southern California. I've been to Boston to watch I think returning back to California for his work commitments so Leben wanted to move the team to California now now obviously the NBA. I didn't want the Boston Celtics to be relocated I mean that was the sort of mice famous brain franchise they had in the last thing you want to do was to pull them out of Boston and move them over to California but luckily at the same time you had a guy who on the full of brides who was looking to get out of buffalo so that I mean he's an interesting character as well so he's John Y Brown was the owner of the braves at the time and he had previously been hearing the Kentucky colonels in the eye and he'd folded that team took a big pie up from the NBA I and then you use the money to buy the braves aimed so he wanted to late buffalo and someone from the NBA had the broad idea of saying well we could speaks both of these problems if we get these two artists to swap they tame such a swap ownership tames saw at the end of the the owners meeting that they Assab meeting was sort of organized with John Y Brown and sat down and they came up with a plan in Webuye leaving would become I know of the bribes John Y Brown who become owner of the Celtics Annan the Celtics in Boston and of living would be afraid to pull the bribes out of Buffalo move them over to California and dust the San Diego Clippers were born that's fascinating we've obviously talked about John Y Brown with the colonels actually this week with our episode Dan Essel 'cause both both the Levin of course but interestingly Brown arguably are sort of part of the ancestry of this this franchise right so but why San Diego ars you can tell a versus given that the both the NBA and the Aba had literally.

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