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"mister kessler" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I travel the world and the 7 seas everybody is looking for something some of them want to use. All right, it's ten 43 on WGN, and now we need to pick the joke of the week. Steve Alexander says. What? Really? It's funny because Pete and I had more jokes than we needed this week and I said, if we've got to cut some out, let's cut out joke number ten, the what joke and pizza no, I like that one. Pete, which one are you gonna vote for? What? All right. Dave Bennett says, I like the signs of laziness. That was not bad, that was not bad. I'll circle that one. Mister Kessler please, the one where the punchline. I think David was talking about the same one. The punchline is this. Yes, right? Okay. That would be laziness. I'm a minimalist. Boy, I could, I'm sorry. I gotta go with where my heart is. I say my favorite joke of the week was the brontosaurus joke gave their dad when are you gonna learn? Well done, tell us. Well done, Dave. Thank you for sending in jokes to John Williams at WGN radio dot com. Trouble YouTube. When the temperatures go
"mister kessler" Discussed on The Lead
"Shooter really good three point shooter. So they know they can get a bucket from him at any point. The other way. Going to take it from there. He's got it from there. You got a hug him. I think he's got the ability in the leg. To stretch. He's just lit up the crowd again. You know, his father played at LSU who played in the NBA a little bit overseas. So I've always felt like kids who grow up with that as their model besides having excellent DNA, which of course my kids will never have. He also grew up understanding what it takes to be a professional player. You know, those two hours that you're playing a basketball game is a small fraction of the time and effort devoted to being great at this sport. And so a real strong presence in the home with his mom in terms of the values and just really came to auburn with a square head on his shoulders and with good intentions and his heart. And he's a really good teammate. You know, Bruce even told me that he just didn't quite appreciate the intangibles. Clearly, you could see the talent. But the intangible is not just to work hard, but to fit in, be a good teammate. Do all the things that you need to do to be part of a winning team and not just someone who gets a lot of statistics. So the physical gifts are not all that surprising, but everything else that goes with it. The fact that it could surprise Bruce pearl, who had obviously recruited him and spent a lot of time with him and seen him play a ton of games in high school, just tells you the kind of season this kid is having. I think on every single draft board that I've seen every person that I'm talking to there's a widespread assumption that you probably Smith will be the number one pick in the draft. So enjoy why you can't auburn fans. He ain't gonna be staying long. So that's the jabar factor. Component number two behind this auburn success has been in your words. The Kessler effect. So for anyone who hasn't watched the team, introduce us to walker Kessler. Well, the folks who are probably most chagrined to see walker doing what he's doing, are fans of the university of North Carolina, because they are having a horrible season and last year as a freshman at Carolina Kessler played under 9 minutes a game now. They had some other guys in the front court who were very good players, but he actually almost went to auburn coming out of high school. He grew up about an hour and a half away across the state line in Georgia. And at the last, he took this visit to North Carolina and like a lot of players do fell in love with the place decided to go there. So once he went into the portal, it was a pretty easy decision for him to come back. And again, as good as we all thought he would be in as good as Bruce pearl thought he would be. He realized early on that Kessler was even more dynamic as an athlete and as I wrote in that column, Bruce has walker Kessler doing what 7 foot sophomores in college usually do not do. And that is switching out on ball screens and what that means is when a guard comes around a ball screen, he'll do a complete switch. So now you have a 7 foot one center guarding a little guard, 1920 feet from the basket. Most coaches would have their center play what's called drop coverage where they're getting help so they're not left in that one on one matchup. And by pushing Kessler to do that, it has made him a much better defender and made auburn a really good defensive team because Kessler is also number one in the country in blocks percentage. So he's the best rim protector in the country. With the left hand to be such a force at that rim. And then when you throw in his ability to play off the pick and roll, finish at the rim. A floater. Underneath you can't let them get the lane. Walker Kessler with back to back slams has let the arena up and cut the lead to four. He's only averaging 11 points, but again, he has the ability to really blow open a game, even just having to worry about him on those hard rolls. So he had 19 points against Kentucky and Kentucky has a really good player in Oscar. She weighed 8 for ten shooting 7 rebounds to assist two blocks. That's a pretty good day's work for mister Kessler and a big reason why they won the game. So they've got these two dynamic stars, but foreshadowing to the second part of our story, you've also got to have people get along, which leads us to the third part of this auburn equation, the chemistry element. What's the story there, Seth? Well, in contrast to what's been happening at Memphis, which I know we're going to talk about, you know, a big part of managing your program these days with the transfer portal being what it is, is managing egos and setting expectations because there's a reason why guys transfer most of them aren't very good to be honest. You rarely see a team's leading score transfer, at least from a power conference school. Now, what happens is you can get some mid major transfers and auburn has a very good one and window green who came from eastern Kentucky. They're coming in looking to shoot. They're coming and looking to score. They want to make the NBA. They want to show that they belong. So to ask those guys to come in and fit in, can be difficult, but what's really difficult is to ask the guys who are already in the program to accept these guys and compete fairly. And everybody gets out on the court, but eventually only 5 guys could be on the court at a time. Now Bruce pearl makes things a little bit more palatable for everybody by playing a deep rotation, which because of the tempo and defensive pressure he applies he kind of needs to do. But they still have to be willing to take sometimes those supplemental roles, sometimes coming off the bench playing fewer minutes because somebody is better. And that is not easy to do. I can tell you most coaches struggle with that very thankful for whatever reason and a lot of it frankly is luck. It seems to be working in auburn. Everybody's on board on the same page. And they certainly seem to be enjoying themselves with all these wins. Well, Seth, taking all of this into account, the talent, the chemistry, the coach. Is there any doubt in your mind about how far this auburn team could go? Well, there's certainly capable of winning a championship. I would just caution everybody maybe to tap the brakes a little bit. It is hard to win a national championship. Ask Gonzaga, right? You know, they are certainly on track right now to be a number one seed. I'd be surprised, even if they lost a couple if they fell below the two line, and that makes it easier because your games early in the tournament aren't as difficult, but so much can go wrong between now and then injuries, especially can be a problem or just bad luck or somebody gets sick. Are you just running into a hot team? You know what happens. It happens. So they are absolutely capable of winning the national championship of Bruce probe the first to tell you there's no guarantees in this all we know is right now it's the end of January and auburn is.
"mister kessler" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"There's no point in jumping on without the information Fully intact Kessler wrote Buttigieg should tailor his remarks to reflect what is historically unimpeachable And we should be more careful to double check on the latest views of historians even a Pulitzer Prize winning book is not always the last word on a subject because that's one source The book is one source Why would you jump on it I would be afraid that okay just as how it played out it would have been debunked What else is there Is this actually true Does the book accurate If you're the fact checker how about you check the facts Before you jump on it That would be the less But he reversed himself he acknowledged his well doing but again if he saw this play out and there were a number of people just really shredding it the other day on social media And I thought well this thing is going to fall out the way it's going to fall out and there were other bigger stories that were out there But it quickly I want to say within an hour maybe two of it really burning on on social media It was okay the book has largely been debunked And then that's I guess when Kessler some of the historians had reached out to him I don't know if I saw any of that play out directly on social media In terms of that kind of direct correspondence from historians the castle but the fact of the matter is if you're the fact checker how about you check the facts before you jump Well and mister Kessler one piece of advice as you say even a Pulitzer Prize winning book can be wrong You mean like the Pulitzer Prize given to the prices given to the your own Washington Post and New York Times on the debunked Russia collusion hoax There's going to be taken back You give those back I mean you had some of the worst pieces of journalism ever Oh yeah And we said it at the time And they got Pulitzer prizes And they were wrong Right The stories were wrong We knew they were wrong We doubted when we read those stories We came out and said there's no evidence for this Well we're using sources and they're getting burned by sources consistently or maybe they should get a Pulitzer Prize for using sources that are totally bogus I'm in a new category Time and time and time and time and time and time again So Pulitzer Prize means well to us diddly and squat You know it's just you would wonder why there would be such a loyalty to the clintons after all these years Bill Clinton his behavior Hillary Clinton What is this insistence that you stay loyal I don't get well This is going to be an interesting time Does it still exist right now I think right now it does not certainly does not to the extent that it did Because but even even going back think about this Even going back to 2016 by the time you knew because keep in mind Debbie wasserman Schultz basically had to build a wall Around Hillary Clinton because young female reporters were asking Hillary about Bill Clinton and his behavior with women Now these and the point is and why is she tolerated Right And the point of them being young is that look you know with the whole Monica Lewinsky thing they were in grade school those young reporters and now you know as of 2016 they were adult reporters and to them that the story was kind of all new again And it was a set of fair questions and of course they didn't want that asked And yet you still had this loyalty of the I guess old school liberal media guard being the Washington New York Times Washington Post not the Washington times And the others And of course the new liberal media on digital and they were just remember the two reporters at The New York Times they got burned by something that essentially had come from the clintons and they were really they got burned by the clintons It's like never learned They don't care They don't care They don't care that they're feeding you bogus information They don't care that they are acting outside the law Hillary Clinton's server They don't care Why would they care about you They just need you to print what they give you Because one of the things is that we've always talked about the bubble of today That our society lives in the bubble of today And I guess the question would be political parties You and I always we've always got into this a couple of years ago saying well for example now it's November We would sit there and say well that's so October of 2021 The whole landscape has changed It changes so quickly I am an ask a question the other day when will the Democratic Party really turn against Biden When will be the point where there's okay look he's of no use to us We need to basically abandon him completely The video out there on Harris yesterday Oh my gosh Whatever that French accent was I mean it's so embarrassing Is she by dialectical But you just look at both of them and it's just when will the Democratic Party just say we've got to move on Well I mean beyond cringe now it's completely useless And I'm telling you right now if someone were to pay me as a political adviser they're both useless but he's the president.
Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"mister kessler" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast
"Yes oh my god it's i. I was made when we get into the hospital which we can kind of get into here Once david ends up waking up in the hospital ember introduced it. Alex price But this whole hospital has like. Wow this is actually way more colorful than i thought a british hospital would be. I thought it would just be like. I thought i would just look like pink. Floyd the wall everywhere drab wreck like kinda shit Frank oz popping. Up your crazy. Yeah mister kessler mister kessler. Assure you i appreciate how upset you are. Assure you i do. The is he kermit. I know his yoda. frank is. Curry is coming. Because that's definitely. I mean i was like do this. Guy's doing a killer karma depression. I was like wait. Isn't this permits. And that i do for wanting the police have. I asked me to interrogate you. And i have allowed introduce the goddamn kids. Don't care about anything you do for. It's like are you. Are you shitting my dick. This guy's friend died like two. What two weeks ago. He's been on conscious this whole time. He wakes up. And you're like your friends dead. You're going back to america and Yeah we'll see later. Oh hold on sorry calling. Let me just correct. Your comment was not franco's come in was jim henson. Nineteen twenty five to nine hundred ninety. Steve whitmore ninety nine hundred. Twenty six and had matt virgo. Twenty seven hundred president was it. Okay that's interesting. yeah. I always get confused. Because it's like well was he the puppet or or was he the voice. That always gets confusing. Kermit defrost here. I always wanted to just prank rank. All people and just seeing like really offensive like rap lyrics incremental frogs voice and shit because i my nine and i care the fuck him and mickey mouse like on a on a on a duet. Anyways burn introduce a janitor strikingly beautiful woman good lord agree cutler. She almost and i know this. I know this sounds weird. But she's almost like a like a hot female version of tim curry. She kind of like the is. There's something about like her smile. That gave me like a a hint of a tim. Curry vibe now. Not a whole lot. But she's definitely got like imagine her as like franken verde from rock ers. Yeah i can see it. I can tell anything is any. Such thing is a hot female version of tim. Curry and and and its name is ginny editor. Good lord even still even still even today no problem no smasher pads smashing a little Windows auto show..
We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"mister kessler" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast
"At least so are as the fed's authorities issued digital urging us dollar. We don't really get too much of the terms of that. They give them this explicit oriented a sago doing your charter. A regulation racially directs and guides. And how that works who wear You know repository of all that private sensitive drops data is going to be. That is something i think. They just don't have the bill right now. So in the event get movement on dollar. He got something. That's going to be a huge because people don't people i think privacy is really resonates account people. I'm even this issue right now. Dealing with infrastructure bill think boasts being notion that transactions. Every single coin is going to be sent off to some honeypot information. I think bothers a lot of people. I don't think that's the kind of regular regime and there's been there's been a couple of hearings on this and there's also the the central bank digital currency study act in the house that would look to explore this. But what's been raised by a lot in actually the electronic frontier foundation. The talks about the privacy is saying. Do we really want to go this route preston because when you start talking about this still being you know situation i mean. That's china right. That's the way they're creating their follow everything their citizens are doing. You know continuing to control of people in that country and so there's a lot of people in you. You hear some who are strong. Bitcoin advocates rightly. Say you know. Maybe we don't need to go down this route. Maybe we don't want to Or maybe it's there's no compromise right like the way it's been explained to me and again you know. Forgive the people who are running our country not being technologically understanding of it. But they say to me you know. Why can't you just give me like a currency but like not blockchain. Just give it to me. And i'll put it my pocket milwaukee away and it doesn't have to be my identity associated with that can be a very interesting concept rate. What i laugh about with that. Is i think one day. Maybe the government's gonna come down and say well. Maybe we need lightning. Maybe lightning should be the way we transact. Because we don't have to get into this who i am. Anonymity is actually a good thing like now. Everyone's like freaking out over tap root. How tabards gonna make things less visible in the blockchain and it doesn't mean it's going to be more private. Maybe that's actually what the government's gonna need at some point to satisfy because america's not a culture that is happy when people are surveilling them all the time absolutely. I think i would get a lot of crap from listeners. If i didn't bring this one up the ef's talked to us about the time. Line on this. I know gins has just recently come out. He's talking about it. Being cash settled and not spots at old which is an iro for me. Because of just how i look at the gold market and in the cash settled gold market on a derivative side. And i know jason. You have a lot of experience on the commodities and derivatives markets. I'm sure you're well versed on the differences between cash settled and physically settled markets. So why is he saying that. Why isn't he saying that. An etf will be approved that would be spot settled. Well i think because he doesn't want to believe the way. Bitcoin should work right. I think there's an element of with it. Being spot settled or as you say cash settled. The fact is that you're going to really have people who are gonna look at this and say and to him you know it's it's more a way tracking it and there's a distinction between the type of etf introduced and joe knows that right. Joe the the dass fact of the type of etf. But the i think it has to do with the ability of of just the way he thinks the market should function. But let me turn it to joe going back Enacting any anyone who's interested in. We should always start action star. Which a person's sense and how she lays out the issue and really she doesn't vary tom. Ranson analysis of sections be an exchange akra. Basically saying they're reading this heightened requirement inter react. They're basically treating this mighty market different from every other money market. It's approved because they're basically they want the standard where there's almost no fraud or manipulation of the underlying spot. That's really the key back. So the problem is that name identified this sort of niles that they can get enough information about the primarily these offshore levers exchange in the spot markets abroad and volume being fake and because we have this whole global ecosystem in a lot of it lies outside the united states. We can't ensuring segregate underlying market. The problem is that that is not an commissioner person's view that is not in their will or not supposed to ensure perfect stability of the underlying broad-market. So if you take that denials of the restriction statements that have been over the years there clearly has to be something that changes within the market structure that gives them the ability to. There has to be something even. If it's like a political solution that they can come forward and they can put some sort of regulatory regime these exchange in us basic changes than they can say now. The market is sufficiently mature. We're confident enough in the. Us regulated exchanges. Not being say in. There's no problem with the spot and that opens the door givens. They were probably going to get the green light to the media. That's my view. Personally the groundwork ryan now. I think the consistent Issue is we don't really have any anything any movement or new regulatory regime monday exchanges. I think that comes i think is the eventual green-light to things in terms of the time. Line which you ask preston number one in need and as many pointed out on the for sure gender after the sec. There's nothing on their doctor. Despite the fact wounded talking naked public statements Some have read that night to be an indication that need not close. It's really fortunate. Anak brother having fasttrack. But i think virtually that we get some sort of regulatory guidance on exchanges or song legislation on the extremism that is over the door to them on the and just clarify like it's about investor protection at the end of the day. And how he feels. And that's what he's looking for these stricter rules because again remember whether it's bitcoin bitcoin. Egf he's looking at everything. From how do. I protect the investor. So he obviously see some risk in not doing it in a way that would make the most sense. He wants to do it. In a way to protect investors. I think that's success. He's not fully comfortable yet with the bitcoin market and and wants to see some of these regulations and the question is like. When is he going to be comfortable because no matter what. They do. A lot of the training bitcoins overseas outside their jurisdiction and it's all interrelated but the trade long between bahraini anson and coin based and that portion of the market is outside your jurisdiction. What has to occur. Mister kessler jeremy gansler to get this written. What what do we have to have when you're never gonna be able to regulate how these institutions overseas. My concern is more on a systematic front. So if you go to a person today the you say hey Buy some bitcoin and they just don't wanna have to open another account exchange. How are they buying the onto their fidelity account or or whatever exchange that they are using for their traditional stocks that they own and they're buying all of that capital. All that money is flowing into this. Trust this one trust because there's no optionality for to do it in their traditional stock investing brokerage accounts and so i i guess i would make the counter argument of the failure to approve. An etf is funneling all of this money into this one thing that could potentially. Maybe they have custody issues. Maybe they run into whatever problem with the g. Btc vehicle that is working and is listed on all these exchanges. I just it doesn't make any sense to me. That's.
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"mister kessler" Discussed on EN TIJUANA HAY ROCK RADIO
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Geeks in Love
"mister kessler" Discussed on Geeks in Love
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