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Fresh update on "mullen" discussed on Curtis Sliwa
"I'm hopeful that New Yorkers will see clear through this and demand. Not only that he resigned, but that we clear uh, you know, New York State government from this awful chapter. So, Mr County exact. I'm gonna let you go in a second. I know you have a busy schedule today, and in the moment in a moment, we're going to bring up Michael Goodwin, the columnist from the New York Post. I read his work right? I read his work all the time, and he's dead on. He's also a fox news contributor. We'll get to him in just a second, but I have to read wine right now. You're again. You debated him. 2018. That is Cuomo and you're telling me that you had pride? Really hurt these allegations. Yes. Yes, we did. We did wind. Oh, and we had individuals who claimed awful behavior and again, But it shouldn't be. We shouldn't live And this is the man who signed into law is he proclaimed the strictest sexual harassment laws in the country. He violated them. He acknowledged that he violated them. Annual training that we all take explains the things you can and cannot do should and should not do. He violated them. And so again, we shouldn't have a situation where this occurs it all. But yes, we heard that four years ago and you know, thankfully, these individuals are speaking out. It just shouldn't have to be. They shouldn't be forced into that situation ever. Can he kiss 1/4 term goodbye. Yes. Yeah, listen there. I mean beyond the fact that he has, you know any go on his own political desires. There is no way that he could stand for reelection. But more importantly, he's not. He's not to be able to govern. We have real work to get done. We have vaccine distribution That has to be improved in New York. We've got to rebuild the economy. You got to get our communities back on her feet. Get your kids back to school. And this is going to be an enormous distraction. He has every right to due process and a presumption of innocents. But is he spends time resource is protecting and defending himself. That is the time taken away from New Yorkers who need us to govern who need us to do the job to expect of us? And that just is not going to be able to happen, Mr County. Exactly. Thank you very much for joining us Live here on talk radio 77. W A B C. We've been talking to Dutchess County County Executive Mark Mullen are all we thank you and have a lover. The day. Thank you. Dominic Carter. Here with you on talk radio 77. W A. B. C. I will be here until three o'clock today. Cuomo watch. He's literally speaking. That is the governor as it relates to covet. Remember those daily briefings, But he's apparently going to make a statement and take some questions. And we're going to bring it to you live time for a break. When we come back, we'll talk to someone who has done quite a bit of work on this and columns on the nursing home scan. No. And that is Michael Goodwin of the New York Post. I'll be right back. Rosenberg is back with sports on Sunday. Let's go. It's bad Dracula. Hey, folks, That's it. I'm pumping back with you, somebody afternoons when a cover everything, guys he NHL National Basketball Association, Major League baseball, the Mets and Yankees. I can't. Even the NFL draft was boxing in tennis..
Fresh update on "mullen" discussed on Curtis Sliwa
"Have live interviews We're going to bring to you and just the second One Cuomo Watch will talk first to the last Republican candidate to run against Cuomo. You've heard him on the morning show with Bernie and said, And that is Mark Mullen are Oh, the county executive for Duchess will talk to him and just the second, But we will also be talking to Michael Goodwin, the columnist for The New York Post. He's been writing Ah lot. About this. I read his work on all the time. He's dead on in terms of his analysis and being correct. We have lots that we're going to get to, But I have to start before we get to Mr Marinaro. I spoke to Curtis Lee were last night. Mike and Mike told me quote has told me that I have to be nice to you at all times. That's a shocker. Because I've I've heard you guys let's say interact on the air. But what he made me promise that I have to. I'll explain to the audience a bit later. I'm here from 1 to 3 today. Let's get right to it. Let's bring up our first live interview. Let me say this Governor Cuomo is speaking as we are on the air Right now. He is doing one of his his cove it I was about to say, daily briefings, but but you can him in the background there, but he's doing the cove it issue first. And then it's expected that he's going to take questions from reporters on the sexual harassment allegations. Three that we know of right now, if it's possible, I feel that it's extremely important that you hear this live directly from his mouth, so we're monitoring it. While we wait to hear from Mr Cuomo on the sexual harassment, let's get right to it. As far as our first interview. He's somebody that I have a lot of respect for. I interviewed him and that's the county executive for Dutchess County. Mark Mullen are Oh, good afternoon, Mr County Executive. How are you today? I'm doing Well, I'm thrilled to be with you. It's been a long time. One of the best. You're one of the kind ist and I concur with all those wonderful people who say great things about you. Well, thank you. Thank you very much. I heard two about a week ago. We can a half ago, maybe on the morning show with Bernie and said, you guys were talking the hard issues and talking about having pizza. And as a matter of fact, when I interviewed you, and I'm not going to get into your background right now, But But when I interviewed to Mr County exact it was at a deli. So it seems like we got a thing with you as it relates the food. It was in a deli in West just account. Yeah, we didn't have a great time. We do Italian. We like food. Okay. You know African Americans love food, So I've heard the Cuomo question. But I want to save you and we're not going to get into it. Now. I have enormous. Respect for you because I did not know your story. I did not know your story. You are ah, one that you didn't come up the rings with a silver spoon in your mouth. Let's let's just leave it at that. We'll leave it at that for right now. Cuomo watch. He's speaking literally as we are. What do you make of this entire mess? It is an entire mess, and it is in itself its own making and just keep in mind. I mean, not. This is not. This isn't new. We We have been talking about this for eight. Years now, and four years ago when I ran, you know, we made perfectly clear and we said Not only is this a corrupted state government, but he has allowed individuals in his own administration and himself. T stretch the law to overstep the rules to allow for corruption but also behavior that's just not acceptable. And so you know this, you know, Thankfully, these these women have have summoned the courage to come forward, but they shouldn't have to. It shouldn't be that the governor of the State of New York or any man takes advantage of their power authority and and imposes him himself on someone else. It's just shouldn't be. And so this is you know this is of his own doing, but But I will say this. He is not fit to serve we there He is no longer able to govern and the allegations that he basically admits to remember his. His quasi I apology was basically acknowledging the wrongdoing is just one more chapter of a lot of bad. Behavior dating as you know, from senior level Senior administration going to jail for federal corruption charges. Pay to play politics, trading taxpayer dollars for campaign contributions to the nursing home scandal. The cover up the obstruction of Justice Department investigation, the manipulation of the data, and now these Very serious allegations of sexual harassment. We are talking to the county executive for Dutchess County. Mark Mullen are Oh, he's in his third term. Is the county exact, I believe, But I do know you. You're the last Republican candidate to run statewide against Cuomo in 2018. I have to ask you this. Had you heard rumors back then, about Oh, you. Oh, my God. We did and and show not only if you remember in the in the debate that I the only debate. I mean, I'm the only person out of one on one debate with him as a Zagat ministerial candidate, And when I was allowed to get a word in, we made clear, remember at the time. They're Woz. There were instances of sexual harassment allegations among senior administration women came forward and said that senior administration were or harassing them and the governor. The governor and his administration didn't take those allegations seriously, and instead fired one of the women and relocated another one toe work actually in the hall closet truly in the hall closet, but at the same time We were hearing a rumor and innuendo about the governor's behavior specifically, but at the time individuals didn't step forward, and that's understandable. I cannot imagine the burden or the fear and concern that a person would have in particular a subordinate to the governor would have, uh, and speaking out would have been out a big challenge. But let me also tell you this. I'm very proud of what we accomplished because we set that way. Set the tone during that campaign. 2.2 million people voted for me, that's actually I lost in 2018 with more votes than Andrew Cuomo, one with in 2000 and 14. And we did better than any candidate since 1998..
Companies Get Political
"Lee newman ceo of advertising agency. Mullen low you ask. Thank you for joining us So the first thing. I wanted to ask you. Was this change that we've been seeing in. How companies are handling kind of the political events. That are happening right now. I mean in the past. I guess in the before time. Say a couple years ago from what i understood. It was always sort of conventional wisdom for companies to kind of stay out of politics. I think that's exactly right while they're there may have been things happening behind the scenes and certainly political donations and watkiss to the public facing. I generally speaking brands were. Were trying to remain neutral and stay out of politics. I'm wondering if there was like a point this year when you started seeing a lot of companies coming to you about how to approach politics I'm wondering was it around the the murder of george floyd yet that was a watershed moment. Because i think that there was a growing realization corporate america that you couldn't simply opt out of the conversation that silence was Complicity and you had to say something. And i had vice that we were giving over and over again as whatever you say should be backed up by actions in terms of what you're doing within the walls of your company but also How you're given. And i think that that's carrying over to this past week across a broad spectrum of companies. What was it about that moment. I guess that caused this shift because all these companies i mean there were the ones like nike which you know made a lot of sense given colin kaepernick and things like that but also there were brands like i remember gushers fruit snacks. You know they came out with the statement and everybody kind of chuckled about it but you know they came out saying like we support black lives matter like this company wouldn't be what it is without black consumers and workers I mean it seemed like all these companies were all kind of stepping out in a way that at least to me it seemed like a new like a new thing absolutely and i'd like to start with a positive and believe that there was a genuine desire to create change and so i still all these years in the business world than i still start with optimism there but it's not. It's a good thing. I feel like you know that's it. I'm glad to hear that. Visit the world of businesses not always compete a little cynical. Yes please. yeah. And i don't think that's the only reason i mean i think it's also a direct reflection of the political views of of the leadership and then the third thing which is really important and should not be underestimated is the power of employees to put pressure on a company to use their influence. And there's a talent war going on and when the real heart of a company a talent of a company raises. Its voice in unison management. Oftentimes reacts to that and then the last reason talk about is people's ability really search and know how companies are behaving how they're donated and businesses are aware of that. I think that the last point businesses knowing that that people are paying attention Is driving a lot of the behavior. We've seen most recently in the past week. Were you surprised to see so many companies kind of speaking up in the last. I guess week or so. Did it surprise you to see so many companies kind of coming out with statements. It did surprise me and surprise me to see a lot of companies that I would view as as as more conservative actually using their influence to to make a stand. Why do you think those companies did that will. In a lot of cases. I feel like Companies were doing it out of a business. Need you know on wall. Street loves stability and what we saw. This past week was the opposite of stability. And and so i think that a lot of ways these companies felt like they were protecting our democracy
What Is Worcestershire Sauce?
"It's that brown sauce with a nine unpronounceable name. It looks on paper. Like war hester shire. It's a tiny tasty edition to red meats soups and pretty much. Anything that needs brazing. And according to the company that originally created it lea and perrins. it can be pronounced. Worcester shire worcestershire or worcester. Sheer worcestershire sauce is used to make good things even better because it packs a lot of savory nece sometimes called you mommy the word emami by the way was coined in the first decade of the nineteen hundreds as a way of marketing. The then newly isolated flavor compound monosodium glutamate or msg but back to the sauce. We spoke by email was shameless. Mullen a chef at the institute of colin area -cation he said in recent years there's been a newfound interest in amami or the fifth taste after salty sweet bitter and sour described as deliciousness. The amami brings out the natural flavourings and food makes steak taste more sticky mushrooms. More shrew me worcestershire sauce is made up of a lot of flavorful ingredients including anchovies. That's right it's not generally vegan plus red onion molasses garlic tamarind and malt and or cider vinegar mullen said the vinegar and tamarind bring a punchy city to the sauce and the molasses and onion balance out the sweetness but the true magic happens during the lengthy fermentation process which takes eighteen to twenty four months. This last and most critical step was something of a happy accident. When supposedly in the early eighteen hundreds to chemists based in worcester england john lee and william parents were charged with duplicating a recipe that one british nobleman or another had enjoyed in bengal. Their first effort was an utter failure. However and chemists left it to languish in jars their seller a few years later they rediscovered the batch and were thrilled to realize that fermentation had turned it into the perfect savory sauce. They started selling it in eighteen thirty seven. It came to the us in eighteen thirty nine and is sold in over seventy five countries today when that original leeann parents product was shipped overseas. It's glass bottles often broke as a result of rough waters. So the company began rapping the individual bottles and paper. The tradition continues today more a way to distinguish the brand rather than a need to keep the product whole the company lost the copyright to the name in eighteen. Seventy six a while. Leeann parents recipe remains a closely guarded. Secret competitors have sprung. Up to make similar versions. The bbc counted at least thirty others and worcester alone. You can even making it yourself at home. Mullen said while the aging and fermenting process might be a bit much to undertake at home. You can make a very tasty approximation of worcestershire sauce. By simmering soy sauce mustard powder malt vinegar tamarind paste garlic anchovy paste tomato paste ginger molasses and spices. Those spices he said can include coriander seed mustard seed and the clove as well as orange peel and black pepper. He explained the simply. Mix all the ingredients and similar to sauce consistency. Then strain in store liquid. There are lots of recipes online including several for those of us who have been playing around with home for medication and of course the beloved sauce isn't relegated to stakes and such either. It can be added to pretty much anything that needs inning bitter bloody mary fondue cheese sauce eggs popcorn potato salad dressing or a grilled cheese sandwich. Leeann parents even recommends a splash of it in place of your normal dashes of salt and pepper. The continuing enthusiasm over mommy flavor is carrying over into the share market and this recent uptick is expected to continue projected through twenty twenty five. At least mullen explained amami hounds have been on the hunt for heritage condiments likely and perrins original recipe and there's an ever increasing trend toward finding new applications for the sauce or marinade. Cocktails worcestershire sauce is having a moment.
"mullen" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"And alabama's top running back nigera getting ready for tonight's game getting on the bus and he will be there. We are back here and look forward to chatting with you and ricky is up next. Rick thanks good to have you on. Hey all ricky. We're doing great. Thank you yeah. well I hit a lot of people. Talk about how stays. And and i guess you know the narrative of the underdog and you know they got something to prove and you know and i do have good players. I i met there. You But i don't know if anybody even talked about the motivation that alabama. Has you know they didn't make it to the dance last year. And that's stuck in crawl for the good you know and you know they had to sit there all year. And and listen to lsu fan and it was a great store where lsu and you know how. Much the destiny crawl. Well i think ricky. I think it's one of the motivating factors this this entire season. And we've heard that from various players. Yeah that's why. I came back and and and and another thing. I heard you talking with dan. Mullen While go in and he was talking about how how you could tie he How he would approach beaten alabama he. He did come close. at mississippi state. You know and who who who was the guy who the guy that that that put it out of the reach that lads catch at the beginning of his.
Woman shot during Capitol riots in Washington, DC named as US Air Force veteran Ashli Babbit
"Identified as Ashley Babbitt was shot and killed as she tried to breach the doors of the House Congressman Mark Twain. Mullen was there and said the officer had no choice. He has actions well, maybe judge a lot of different ways moving forward, but his actions I believe, saved people's lives even more, unfortunately, did take one Capitol Police made 14 arrests. The Washington D. C. Metro police made dozens more for violating curfew and federal prosecutors drug charges against 55 riders. They said A large amount of material was stolen from the capital that investigators are still working to take. Stock of two pipe bombs were found Band of people Or terrorists, not Patriots literally occupied. The floor of the house drove the Senate out of its chamber. And the question for the country is How could that happen? 20 years after 9 11. In
Why Roku Wants Quibi's Content Catalog
"Last year qube became infamous as a well funded but short lived streaming service. It raised one point. Seven five billion dollars from high profile backers ben shutdown just six months after it launched now people familiar with the matter say the company is in advanced talks to sell its content catalog to roku the leading distributor of streaming services. Here to explain what's going on and how this news fits into a broader story about the streaming industry is our media reporter benjamin mullen. Hey ben thanks for joining me. Hey thanks for having me okay. So we should note that these talks are still going on and they could still fall apart. But i want to start by just understanding why a partnership could be strategic for both sides here. So let's start quickly. It's obviously now so what's in this. It makes sense for you to do this. Because the licenses to the content that was on their service is one of the most valuable things they still have. They have cash on hand that they're planning to pay back to their investors. And i guess the reason why they're doing this is because it's what they still have so it's one of the most valuable remaining assets and how is going to be handling. Its content more broadly. Now that it's shuttered. The company really put a lot of resources into its content big names. They recruited a lot of talent and the trip. Some really out of the box content ideas i imagine. They don't want all that to go to waste. So does that factor into these talks. Yeah they're still trying to figure it out. That's what these talks are about is all the producers who developed programming for qube they want their shows to be viewed by people because they put all this effort into him and qube wants to make money as much as they can from the library that they have and so buyers potentially want to exhibit these shows sell advertising sell subscriptions around them. So you can. You can see why it would make sense for all parties to get. Get to a deal here. Yeah and let's talk more about roku point of view. Why would this be strategic for them. Specifically roku has its own channel called appropriately the roku channel and they sell advertising on this channel and the advertising that they sell on the roku channel. The terms for the advertising deals are really really favorable to them so if they have more original content that they can put in the roku channel. They have a better case to make to advertisers and potentially more advertising revenue and of course their main role right now is as a distributor. That's the position they've been leveraging as they make deals with content producers as we've talked about on the show recently could up partnership with qube help roku convinced more streaming companies to make content available with roku. Well you could envision a situation where they tell. at which owns hbo. You should put your content on the roku channel because look at all this content. we have on their. We have exclusive content so this channels are really valuable. Place for you to be and you'll be alongside some other really good shows and one thing i have questions about. Quip was made specifically for mobile and it really prided itself on its so-called turnstile technology that changes the formatting of the shows depending on which way you're holding your phone but roku is primarily used on actual. So how would that partnership even work. That's a good question. I imagined that a lot of the content that'll be showed on the roku channel or roku if this deal would go through would be in the horizontal aspect ratio. Because most people's tv's are obviously oriented horizontally the vertical component of the shows. I'm not sure how that fits into a traditional roku. Apper your roku viewing device. Got it so questions yet to be answered here and just zooming out. What are these deal. Talks tell us about entertainment. And the strategy behind how content producers and content distributors are trying to navigate the fast changing world. I think what qualities demise showed. Everyone is that it's really a competitive place. There's a lot of streaming services that have launched even the last half year so and qube was obviously unsuccessful in navigating the competition so and roku has built success largely on the back of the growth of streaming because there are huge distributor so roku was accompanying that manage to really seize on the success of streaming and is captured an ever-growing part of that pie and qube. I think you can safely categorize them as a half of the streaming wars. You know they haven't been able to capitalize in the same way that roku has and in this case roku so it like the winners of the streaming moore's may end up absorbing the losers. Yeah yeah in this case. That definitely seems to be what happened all right. That's a reporter. Benjamin mullen ben. Thanks so much for joining me thanks. Amanda
San Francisco 49ers TE George Kittle to come off injured reserve
"And George KIDDO will play on Saturday against the Cardinals in Arizona. Kittles been out since week eight with a broken bone in his foot. CJ Beth third starts at quarterback Nick Mullen's head of failed both surgery. And where he moster Jimmy War Debo Samuel and Richard Sherman all out with injuries. They will not play
Oxygen-Detecting Devices Give Misleading Readings In People With Dark Skin
"College the common advisor fingertip Nikita Leo devices is with college that measure bound, oxygen which works in with the blood low income or and increasingly first generation students. finding their way Normally, into what people's we do homes is we sit Because down the of students, the covert 19 we pandemic. walk through the common These pulse app. We ox walk devices through can different sometimes like give schools, misleading websites readings, and though, and people even with dark like, skin help them That's according physically to a new study. do it fast stuff NPR's we're science doing correspondent all of that. Richard Harris Over the reports phone and video when Detroit's screen, hospital and started so to overflow with that's covert really patients. hard. 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"mullen" Discussed on Menace 2 Society Podcast
"There's a lot of changes that are going to be made in the big ten this year. That could shift the landscape and their role in the national landscape. Because right now as i've talked about they are well behind everyone else. Everyone else but shifting from the mid west of the south how. 'bout my guy danny mullen. What a fucking crybaby marco wilson. You had to see it. Everyone had to see it right they stop. Lsu on third down. Marco wilson makes a tackle picks up. The kids shoe came off in his hand. And he launches it thirty yards. Downfield they gift. Lsu i down lsu finishes the drive and wins the game right last drive a game. And everyone's blaming. Marco wilson for throwing a shoe but never mind. That's a kid. He made a mistake. Whatever that's why they lost they were playing against. Lsu team that was fucking terrible and they kept the game that's why they lost but the the wildest shit ever is dan mullen and his press conference in and i want you to. Maybe when you leave a comment on the show or on twitter let me know. Who's a bitter crybaby. Dan mullen because his quote after the game was probably the best thing to do would have been to play less games because you seem to get rewarded for not playing. So after losing to an below average team he immediately goes in his press. Conferences starts making excuses and whining about ohio state. Sounds a lot like his little wine. Fest after the beating they took. Do you remember that game. Where all of a sudden dan mullen was upset about the crowd size. He starts bitching about crowd. Size and demand demanded a full stadium at their next home game only to get hit with the covert bud and had to cancel the entire week karma of it is that was actually when they were supposed to play this. Lsu game that they lost on saturday. You can't make this shit up. So dan mullen winds about what ten thousand students fifteen thousand fans at an am game and bitched about. How florida should be have a sellout crowd and the game has cancelled because of covert. Because he's a dumb ass. And then that canceled lsu game by some in the ass. They lost to a five loss lsu team the same team that lost a mississippi state his former school and all they have to auburn. Forty eight to eleven. But danny boy wants to bitch about the big ten in ohio state not playing a lot of games. It's hilarious kyle. Also proved to be what i thought. He was a solid solid quarterback. Really good quarterback heisman. Come on in heisman quarterback to for twelve hundred pressure one for six when blitzed.
Chris Doering talks Florida and Georgia
"We welcome in chris during Who gives us her. Quite a look ahead to tomorrow's game. Chris in most years florida hosting lsu of the sec this week. It's been pretty quiet. I am curious as you know those two teams so well especially from florida side What what are they thinking as they get one of their bitter rivals in a bitter rival that they are a prohibitive favorite. It is weird. Isn't it paula. Me and thinking back to win. This game was originally scheduled. I thought most lsu people felt like we're gonna get a chance to play later in the year we'll get healthier. We'll get miles brennan back. We'll be in better position. And i would argue that. They're actually in a worse position now than when they were originally scheduled in october. So i it's kind of a weird dynamic with a lotta florida. Fans looking forward to sec. Championship game next weekend for me. This is all about. Florida has nothing to do with their opponent. Lsu it's about getting right offensively full full-fledged dress rehearsal right costumes everything. Let's go for what we're gonna do next week. I i honestly been kind of disappointed with florida's offensive performance. The last three weeks dating back to the vanderbilt came. Because they just look inconsistent. They look like they walk through a haze periods of time. They look like they're not executing and part of it's their own fault for looking so good against arkansas in the second half and missouri against georgia. We set the bar pretty high for them but focused level has not been there for a full sixty minutes. I want to see all fence. Get back to executing at the level. They were early in the year defensively. Let's get some things shored up. Let's figure out how to keep from giving up these long passing plays. Let's get generate some more pressure on the quarterback. Let's be able to to penetrate and stop the run something. I thought they did. Well against tennessee last week but The thing i'm gonna keep my paul. What are the numbers for. Kyle trask because obviously this is a game as you said against a A bitter rival one. That beat florida by fourteen. Last year florida's got a chance to return the favor but they also have a chance to outduel in back to back weeks what mack jones get did against the very same defense. And don't think that winning the heisman trophy is not something that dan mullen really wants. For contrast and something that will help his program significantly going forward in on that subject. How do you compare. Kyle trash to meg jones. And that's really his main competition now and that we know we know what had next two weeks especially next week but what what what what separates college trask. If anything well first of all. I love both of these guys you know as a former receiver. I love the the accuracy. I love the the the way they re defenses and get the ball to the right guy. On what the defense is dictating But i would go back and say kyle. Traffic is probably had a tougher. Time than what mack jones at and. That's not taking anything away. From mac ios but look at how. Good this offense of line is for alabama. Look at how well they've run the football over the last six games or so look at what. Najji harris has done. Devante smith the reason why iraq jones's numbers look so good on the deep passes over twenty yards and no disrespect. Mac has been really accurate. But when you're throwing a guy that's five yards behind the nearest defender. It makes it a little bit easier. So again i think without the run game florida certainly not able to run the football very well. I don't think they're offensive. Line is the most consistent So i think the load that kyle. Trask bears a little bit harder to to carry them. What jones does now with that being said. Look at the weapons of florida has i. I don't think i've ever been able to say at least in recent years. That florida has more receiving weapons around their quarterback than what alabama does. They've been absolutely loaded but Looking at the way that that not only kind of is utilized trayvon. Grimes justin shorter. All those receivers. Jacob copeland has come on as well Forgetting about tony. Who might be one of the biggest Factor mismatch guys in the sec. Right now but the way. They use the running backs as well. That was something that we saw against georgia so a lot of different guys. That are helping. Kyle trask out. But i think with the advantage that alabama has on the offensive line and that run game to complement the throws down the field. I think kyle may have a little bit more of a impressive Season just because of how much he's had to do himself chris. Couple of games. I want to ask you about one. Particular auburn at mississippi state mississippi state has been up and down we. We've been through that conversation. But i'm really curious about auburn. Because they've had some really good moments this year and then some clunkers especially lately. I know what you're doing here paul. You love it. When i go off on auburn and it's been up and down year with them right early in the season. I was really down on him. I was starting to get A little bit more positive with the way they were able to run the run the football figuring out who they were with take bixby and that offensive line and then they got hit with a bunch of injuries up front Bixby was was banged up.
Unsettled 49ers rally to hand Rams first SoFi loss, 23-20
"Robbie Gould kicked a forty two yard field goal on the game's final play on the forty Niners upset the rams twenty three to twenty quarterback Nick Mullens led the team on two late scoring drives it was a perfect Agno wasn't perfect at all but the defense played incredible and offense I guess you could say we delivered we had to and we found a way to pull it out and that's that's all that matters W. in the win column the Niners defense made a rough day for Jared Goff the rams quarterback lost a fumble and threw two interceptions one was return by defensive tackle Javon Kinlaw freight touchdown mark Myers Inglewood California
"mullen" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press
"Jones steve hadley was bush's national security advisor. Whether the new obama administration preferred that bush make the trip decision and take the heat or hold off and the new team opted for the second course. The point was this was a transition and granted made easier gates was staying over where there was consultation and there was a concern. What would the world think if one president boxed in another president now we have one american president boxing in another american president. What message does that send to the world. Admiral mullen one of the things that i learned the at i add is gonna wanna you'd like to do all you can to not boxing the president to give the pratt any president as many options and as much space as possible so this is obviously the opposite a case right now in fact i thought president bush set the tone for these you you mentioned but also a handful of other issues that i saw of it that were decisions we're going to be impactful on the next president and it was his desire that is president bush can make sure that president obama had a vote specifically an example that you lay out is is one significant example specifically so it appears that the current administration is trying to lock in as many options as as many issues as possible that to make it much more difficult for president elect by to govern and actually historically that has just never been the case. I worry that you know in a time where you just went through You know where we are on the on the The pandemic specifically a the challenge we have in the economy and national security issues. Do not wait. That's going to be a particularly difficult transition in that arena. Actually having started three weeks lake so it it is. I think our allies are printed. Our enemies look at us time real fragility in that regard and our enemies. Try to look. Take advantage of a transition terry very quickly. What do you tell those. That are still wearing the uniform active duty whether it's general million down and they see what these staffers are doing right now at the pentagon and they're very nervous about it. How publicly should they be sounding alarms. Where i had a lot of faith in general miller that he understands where he's working at. Who's in the bill in confident that he's actually sending the right message and he said it recently In an event locally in washington where the united states military men and women support and defend the constitution. We do not support the van and individual or individual oz. And i think that's the message. Millions been very strong on that. And that's the right message to them. Admiral mike mullen. The former chair of the joint chiefs retired admiral of course Coming on in perspective appreciate it. Thank you when we come back. President trump.
Soft Power 2020
"Am joined today on special soft power program by mongols foreign editor megan gibson monocle culture editor kiara ramallah and monocle twenty four culture correspondent and eurovision desk chief. Fernando augusto up. We have a lot to cover in analyzing who made l. top ten this year and who didn't but we should talk about first of all meghan. What an unusual year for calibrating soft power. This was because of course it was like every country on earth given the same test it was like he is a pandemic deal revert. And see what it says about you. As a nation did it make a difference on how countries will seen by the rest of the world and soft power terms. It absolutely did like you said every country was dealing pretty much the same set of problems but just as internally the pandemic kind of shed light on where countries weren't up to snuff and where there's certain systems were lacking or the social welfare net was not working so too did a show which countries were really relying on kind of coasting approach to diplomacy and soft power. Every country had to turn inward in some respect. You had to face an economy. Crunch you had to face a healthcare crisis but a lot of countries still managed to think about diplomacy and what. They're projecting abroad and to other countries and global cooperation. And that is something. I think that kind of threw up some surprises when we actually looked at the year in terms of soft power some countries that have never made our list before immediately caught our eye. Well let's talk about that. We'll come back a bit later to how different countries responded to the covid nineteen crisis. But let's look first of all at our top ten and meghan all ask you again. You were talking about surprise entries in the top ten. Who is there. The see that hasn't been before i think the first one. I'm going to go to taiwan. And i should say we've done top ten this year. Usually we do top twenty five. We quickly realized that there weren't twenty five countries. That actually made that good impression on the world. I would say this year. A peace prize in the nineteen forties. Exactly we cut it down to ten and picked the ten countries that did something notable on the world stage and taiwan absolutely one of them from their stellar leadership in actually handling the virus. Which i mean has seen the country. Even today has had quite a minimal effect. On at the helm of its citizens numbers have been tiny and given their proximity to china. Remarkable for that. That's just been something that they've really been able to step up and show that they've had good leadership and for such a tiny country and a country that has been long grappling with a very antagonistic neighbor. That's been really impressive. And i think we've also could look at another country that has made our list consistently but also small and has done really well with the pandemic and that's new zealand new zealand again a beneficiary of its leadership and of its leader. Another factor we will come back to later in the show. I wanted to bring you in now. Kiara refu- look at the top ten. Were there any entries in there that left out at you. It's difficult for me to look at this without my cultural hat on. Because i do think that cultural exports make up so much of a country soft power their own way. You know if you do have a tv hit. That really can change. The international perspective of people have on your country in the issue. We have profile of borgen. The danish show which kind of guess kicked off almost a huge facination with scanning wa. I'm happy that south korea is in the fair number and i were discussing. Grammy results on are getting their first ever kind of major grammy nomination. I mean that is huge because the grammys are essentially a us kind of awards ceremony. Yes of course it has one global subcategory but it's largely. Us fakest for a korean bond to be nominated as part of that really means that they have become not only a korean band moore global bond and that radius testament to the power of capes. I think south korea has really well deserved second-place cultural reasons but also for all the other reasons dr megan was discussing. It's very interesting. Also you you know you mentioned new zealand as well and perhaps it's a very niche reason to be very well known abroad but i do think that new zealand has got an increasing amount of really interesting. Musical acts that are genuinely world class. I'm talking the likes of zuma. Alice harding benet talking. Broods mullen williams all quite indie acts but in the the community which is very dedicated. Genuinely these are kind of agenda setting also around the world. So i think it's really interesting. That a tiny nation can produce a really interesting side of the musical experimentation side of things obviously around this table. Four nations are represented all nations with instantly recognizable and widely understood national brands. And that's my nation of australia. Kiara of italy fernando's of brazil megan's of canada which i notice is the only one in the top ten. This whole thing is just the most shameless stitch-up so fernando to bring you in brazil a country with a powerful national brand and yet you are not in the top ten this year. Do you feel especially put out by that is. Is there a case you would like to make well. No no no not not in two thousand twenty eight gave you the big buildings builder. People would be surprised by me. Because i always a believer brazilian. I'm very proud of being resilient. And i am still an and we do have an amazing opportunity to be one of the best countries in soft power so perhaps in a few years will be there the top of the list but honestly i mean this year has been terrible for brazil president. He's an isolationist. he's not handling very well. The situation in the rain forest which matters a lot for the outside world. Perhaps those of us who enjoy breathing so exactly. But i mean it. It is an issue in brazil. but i notice. We've all my friends when they say. Oh how during forest the amazon. Your president doesn't care. And of course his declaration sometimes every day he said something quite offensive to specific groups. And it's funny. I was trying to say i mean. What is brazil doing. well now we. We are student load of great things but even at football you have. Our biggest star neymar liked by some. But he's but even in brazil. Laura people don't like neymar like perhaps some aspects of his personality. So then i think even football. We're not so well liked turfing. We need to improve. I am an optimistic. I think things will change but two thousand twenty is yeah. I agree it. It's not the year of brazil. And i do think this year has been a blip for a lot of countries and as i was saying you know cultural experts from italy. Obviously still very strong italian food still eating around the world unloved around the world especially on this table but this year it was all about the countries that had cut through and what the cut through was what the stories that were resonating around. The world like fernandez. The amazon is what people were thinking about. When they thought about brazil they were not thinking of amazing beaches. Or you know wonderful culture and things like that it was the bad headlines that were really being projected around the world just finally in this first part of the show. I am going to rise heroically above complaining too much about the struggles exclusion in favor of new zealand. And just let these self evident absurdity of that speak for itself but meghan there couple of other countries which again have shoes soft power in princeton fact arguably the countries with the to hugest soft power imprint i e the united kingdom and the united states neither of the mike it and is that just about covid nineteen and all the people who happened to be leading them at the moment. It is definitely down to leadership. Soft power is usually something that is built up over years and decades so usually it can survive a bad year it can survive a wrong thinking government but in the case of the uk and definitely the us. It's not that. Diplomacy was neglected in the last few years. I mean we've seen a lot of policies that have been actually hostile to global cooperation. And i think a lot of people's perceptions of those countries have really shifted especially when it comes to the us under donald trump.
Nick Saban tests positive for COVID-19 again
"It's not a happy Thanksgiving cc to the saving and family right now. Couple days before the Iron Bowl and Bam coverted positive this time. It's not a false positive. Nick Saban test positive for Cove in 19. When I saw this news I'm going. You got to be kidding me. Iron Bowl Week. And this is this is not a false positive. This is a positive test. By all reports he will miss the Iron Bowl against the Auburn Tigers, where Against coach Miles on since Mount coach Malzahn was hired as a head coach for the Auburn Tigers. Alabama, four winds miles on three wins. This has been a tightly contested or robbery between these two head coaches and one of them. Coach is the number one team in the country right now, and he will not be on the sidelines when you saw this news, Courtney your reaction, Woz. Here we go again, Uh, that Georgia game. You know, it felt like every 15 minutes. We're breaking in on SportsCenter. With updates about is Nick Saban's test positive. Is it negative? I mean, we kept going and going with it. And now that you find out this man actually does have symptoms. I know. He said that he has a runny nose, and it's nothing like super catastrophic and he was a little horse in his press conference, but He is one of many college football coaches, um, including several in the S E. C. N o Dan Mullen had it who now have the Corona virus and are now dealing with this And you know, my thought is This couldn't have happened at least to any other program that has more reinforcements in place to prevent against things going awry before a massive Massive game Cozy, you know is doing everything in the right was sure. Absolutely. I mean, that's once again. We can't villainize there vilify people forget in the prone A virus at this point next day, been said it that panties like I go home. I go to work. I don't know how I got it and You know that program. Um, given who's next in line and who's going to be taking over with, you know Nick Saban watching the all 22 during the game. I know that he can't have some magical headset to put all of the conspiracy theories out there. He's not watching the game and calling the place. It's not like Hugh Freeze in the hospital bed calling place of Liberty. It's that level three wishes probably could. He will have a really at halftime. I mean, he will be on the phone with coaches trust me, no doubt at halftime, but Your point. He did speak today after being diagnosed positive with the coronavirus. Here's a head coach of the number one team in the country next saving on the just on a couple days right now the IV but a couple days before the Iron Bowl, his head coach of Alabama Was informed this morning that I had tested positive. It was a PCR test, which was different than you know, the false positive I had before. I don't really have any cardinal signs of the virus Right now. I don't have a fever, No loss of taste of snow, no fatigue, no muscle aches. I informed the team this morning at 10 on the zoom call on and I'm up. I'm the only person in the whole organization who tested positive on this, You know around. So you know the Alban Games, obviously the most important game and We hate it that this situation occurred. But as I said, many times before, you gotta be able to deal with disruptions and this year and our players have been pretty sure about doing that. Well, we just want to carry on the best we can.
"mullen" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Am not as knowledgeable as some of you. We will take a break and when we come back. We look forward to talking to dan. Mullen the head coach at the university of florida. Listening the paul finebaum show podcast. We walk them all of you back to the program and it gives us great pleasure to welcome our next guest. He is the head coach of the university of florida coach. Dan mullen and coach. Thanks for being here. And i know there are a lot of interesting people in the world but i don't know who anyone who has been through more ups and downs and turns and twists than you have in the last five weeks. I hope you're doing okay. I'm doing good. That's twenty twenty four that's my motto is becoming twenty twenty. It is what it is and you know you. Just kinda whatever happens happens it. We're just trying to move forward and stay positive and headed in the right direction of all the roller coaster ride your team is highly regarded there in the national championship and sec contain. You have a heisman trophy candidate. All that is somewhat familiar to you from your former days both at mississippi state and florida. But what's this. You mentioned twenty twenty but this season has has seen some turn. What's it been like for you. And how do you feel about where your program is right. Now i would. I would suspect pretty good. You're happy where we are right now. because we control our destiny still and we control what's going on in You know coming into this year. I think You know even after we finished up last night guys coming back the attitude the team you know we have the opportunity to have have a really good season this season and You know then all of a sudden you know last march everything kinda went in completely different directions like it kept going within kind of like turn. It just kept weaving all thing pretty things we we you know. We thirty to figure out where with her many different grocery. And here's one thing for all your team it's going to be prescribed. This of all the different thinkers dan. Don't worry about all the all the different breath with gotta straighten shut everything. You're quite new diseases like you got the other side of it. While you're allowed you know it was one of those is that i. I think the hard one for the team at i was. We've done such a good job. We've had so many so few positive tests And then you know all of a sudden we kinda have because we have so few positive tests. Get a situation where we get a you know a a a a kind of outbreak on the team and we shut everything down and You know i think know part of it is like is looking to say we've done everything right so far as our almost getting punished for it and i said that's not the case You know we knew it was going to happen. You're seeing happened other teams around the country right now as well You know at some point. I don't know what's going to happen but you're soom something could happen. And let's not lose focus. You know i was really pleased. Howard guys responded because you know you came back off of that. You know that that that you know three weeks without having to play a game two weeks with no practice you know. Usually you take a bye week or you can have some light practices and the week off. Now you're coming off this kind of whole different deal but our guys responded well and we said hey you know we just got to get back into our formed back into playing in the first thing. We told our team was on on monday. We got back. Was the you know we haven't done anything in in two weeks. We're not winning the game on a monday or going build up to saturday so like everyone is going to be a little bit winded on monday. Hey we're not going to be a sharp and crisp on monday. But that doesn't matter. What matters to play those saturday and our guys really bought into that. And i think we built up during the course at that week we played a pretty good game against and then from that point our guy said okay now we can continue to take those steps now. We've done that over the last several games. There are so many different opinions and theories on players and everyone getting getting covert and then reacting to. But you've lived it yourself with your team can you. Can you tell anything in the aftermath of at all in terms of what you've seen on the field and how all of you feel you know what i think. We've been very fortunate. I personally i was very fortunate. I mild symptoms You know we've had very Very few Of our guys have had any lingering effect If any Moving forward And i you know for. You don't really know that we've been fortunate. I think you know we. I got back. It took a little little while for everybody. Get a little bit back in shape Get going. Some of the guys are a little short of wind. You know i go out and run in the morning. So i mean i i kind of came back and build up just a bit more again To get back in shape but we've been really fortunate that You know the after effects are guys who really have not had any coach your guy that's always on the move. You're you're doing a million things at once How did you not laughing. I promise you. But i don i wouldn't want but how did you deal with that period when you really. You know. we're fairly limited in what you could do. Well i would say this one thing for me. i guess. The fortunate thing that i had is i got when i tested positive for cope with our whole program. Shut down You know. I don't know how sam pittman survived. You know like. I mean my wife looked like me. I don't know how i could be home while we're playing a game You know i know that that. That's gotta be tough for a coach. You know he. I think he's the only one in our late. That's gone.
How are changes to sexual harassment rules working in schools
"In May, the Department of Education made sweeping changes to title nine regulations Peter Medlin with W J reports on how colleges and universities are coming to terms with new policies. Many advocates in school officials say will chill reporting the new regulations changed the definition of what qualifies as sexual harassment under title nine to meet. The new standard harassment must be quote severe pervasive and objectively offensive. She Wa Patel is the Director of justice for students survivors at the National Women's law center. So these rules kind of in total really just turn title nine on its head as a civil rights law says they raised. The threshold of what schools can choose to ignore, and it's a departure from guidance that's been in place for wrong twenty years if a student isn't being outright denied equal access to a program or activity that might not be enough. So that means some substance would be forced to endure repeated an escalating levels of abuse before they can get help. The new rules also require institutions of higher learning to dismiss reports of harassment the happened off campus. Now, they'd had to put together a separate sexual misconduct policy to apply to those situations. This has ramifications for online harassment especially as many schools move to. More virtual instruction during the pandemic faith Ferber is a student engagement organizer with no your nine. She says, if someone's harassing you in a class zoom meeting that would be covered but if someone is sexually harassing you over facebook and then you have to see them in the zoom classroom that wouldn't necessarily be covered a northern Illinois University. Title Nine Coordinator. Sarah Gardner says they do have procedures to help students. We had the opportunity to see okay even though it doesn't reach this level of conduct how we address it as university but as faith ferber says the problem is that places like and I You could ignore those cases that they choose to, and she says, the Education Department isn't there to protect students either we can't count on our schools can't count on the government. So all we can count on is students and student power to really make a difference in holders schools accountable at a you students held protests last year on the basis of the university was mishandling investigations and the process was slow and apathetic. The university hired another coordinator and Garner says, they're much better equipped to handle their case load. Now, the new regulations are over two thousand pages two, thousand, thirty three to be exact and. The policies themselves fit into the last thirty pages or so the reason the document is so long as so that the Department of Education headed by Betsy Devos is trying to justify why the chains are needed and respond to public comments. She Wally catalysis says there were more than a hundred thousand comments mostly opposing the new rules they were school principal. There were mental health experts over nine hundred trauma specialists joined a letter and raised concern about the rule. So the significant opposition and yet they continue to move forward Sir Garner A, you were one of the many schools that Senate comets harshly not. Many concerns made it into the final regulations. Patel says, the provisions were largely unchanged from what was proposed, but there were also a few changes that weren't even in the proposed rule. So they didn't have a chance to comment. One example is that colleges and universities are now barred from dealing with complaints by people who aren't actively participating in an education program that means a school won't be allowed to investigate a complaint of sexual harassment if the survivor already graduated or they transferred or let's say they dropped out of school because they were sexually assaulted and they don't plan to re enroll and colleges. Could dismiss cases when the respondent who's being accused isn't enrolled or employed by the school but tell that could include professor who retires or who resigns after abuse comes to light. Another chain that wasn't included originally reiterates that the department's guidelines supersede any state law and some of the new title and changes are in conflict with Illinois. State Law one forces those going through an investigation to undergo cross-examination in a live hearing and as Sarah garnered I says, we have a state law that says, you cannot cross examiner one another. This is the price sexual violence and Higher Education Act however now, the federal. Regulations. You must cross examine each other in public comment. It stated that this quote turn educational centers into courts of law and allow for parties to be subjected to quote demeaning inappropriate, and irrelevant probing there waiting for the Illinois Attorney General. Kwami Raoul away in he along with seventeen other attorneys. General is suing the Education Department to block the final rules from going into effect. Garner says they'll find out if they have to proceed with the guidance on August fourteenth there are countless other issues advocates say make the process more difficult for the people involved and for the school conducting the investigation and Peter Mullen.
iHeartMedia to buy podcast host Voxnest
"Guess who's got the hands on Vox Nest. Radio yes. iheartmedia is to acquire the company VOX. Next will provide dynamic ad serving for heart radio PODCASTS and analytics Fox next also spreaker the sixth largest podcast host with sixty one thousand shows and blog talk radio with a further eight thousand three hundred terms wants disclosed. IHEART currently hosts with megaphone but has hosted with Speaker in the past. podcast hosts captivate has unveiled amy their audio mastering an integration engine, which is now in private beater tool offers dynamic content insertion for all podcast on the platform and also include proprietary audio processing tool. I'm an adviser. The finalists have been announced for the two thousand and twenty discover pods awards. You have until November the sixth to vote for the winners. This podcast is in the best news podcast finalists, but rap against the daily up I pod Save America and today explained. So we're not holding our breath. Silicon Valley Code Wreck Audio Journalism claims article in Washington monthly arguing that we need government regulation to keep podcasting healthy Dewey James Panel is to leave the BBC next week a former Labor MP who's responsible for BBC sounds the corporations audio APP. He was publicly sidelined by the new director-general. Tim Davie moves to be president and vice chancellor at the University of Arts in London we must have been in a hurry to leave that job starts in March. Punch shape and Australia. And podcast publisher has got one of his shows into a new spotify daily wellness podcast playlist and launched three new shows. The founders of Gotham podcast studio failed their own community focused hosting company tandem podcasting launches with member profiles and alive member Chat Service, and spotify is music with shows seems to be impossible for some time to mullen context has to pointers to to projects. He's worked with a track by track with cranium and artists Atlantic, turning February and Sharon radios wash with Simon, Lebron, Casey Krassner now at episode twenty-seven. I didn't attack stuff this. Monday. There's been significant movements in the new podcast index podcast namespace. The locking transcript funding and chapters data is now all being returned in the API responses and a lot of supporters ready been announced support from fireside, for example, which support publishing of the locking funding and transcript tags. Hyper catch, which is an interactive podcast, APP unlike any other in supports the podcast chapters tag pod friends supports the funding tag. Now, it's in our feet to if you want to see how it works blueberry now has a tool to help you submit your podcast to the podcast index works for anybody you don't have to be hosted with them at an carry rights that we shouldn't forget the listeners asking. For testing tools and a reminder that Dave Jones and Adam Curry's podcasting two point. Oh podcast. He's not on apple or spotify we linked to it though today from our show notes and our newsletter cast apart is an open source podcast platform that now supports the mocking tag both the important publish the service also supports POKES RSS USER agents list to enhance analytics you can grab the source and download it today Is there a better way to attribute platforms and APPs than a US agent we have a proposal for an audio query string I. Say we it's mind. It's probably got a lot of house in it of link to its day feedback his welcome, and if you'd like to do a spotify show with music but use youtube instead then you can't do that with a playlist and it turns out that you can do quite a creditable version using the Youtube Java script, Api, properly mixing, and talking over the songs and Jingles and all that are willing to that today from our show notes and on newsletter to. And in Podcast News, the mother Jones podcast is hosting their first ever live podcast show tomorrow four o'clock New York time willing to that today in our show notes and our newsletter, and our see national broadsheet newspaper in the Netherlands is concerned about the platforms of major tech companies that control the market. It's to move their shows like and are C. Dyke, their Daily News podcast into their own APP and our see audio from January. The first the website says certain and see podcasts will only be available to subscribers. Are. Coming down. Everywhere.
Mullen Addresses Florida Gators COVID-19 Outbreak, Apologizes for Comments
"Head coach Dan Mullen was roundly slammed for saying he wanted to see 90,000 fans in the stands Saturday. Critics calling him ignorant of the super spreader potential of that now, he says, he's sorry, he said it yesterday, Alabama's head football coach Nick Saban tested positive. For Corona virus. He's isolating at home ahead of number two. Crimson time versus third rank Georgia on Saturday.
Miami - Florida Gators Pausing All Football Activities After ‘Increase In Positive COVID Tests Among Players’
"Diversity. Florida has a cove in 19 outbreak among its football program. The Florida Gators have paused all football team activities following an increase in positive covert tests among players that puts Saturday's home game against defending national champion L s you in jeopardy. A person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press. The Gators had 19 positives following Tuesday morning Testing. Athletic director Scott Strickland says the situation will be re evaluated by U. F Health and the Athletic department Sports Medicine staff Wednesday. Shutdown came three days after head coach Dan Mullen's comments about wanting 90,000 fans at Florida field to create a better home field advantage against the Tigers.
Miami - Florida pauses football after virus outbreak
"Have put football activities on hold due to a Corona virus Outbreak school announced earlier Tuesday, five new cases of covert 19 and ironically enough, this comes on the heels of Florida head coach Dan Mullen calling for full capacity crowds. At the swamp in his post game press conference last Saturday at Texas A and M M L B postseason raise an Astros at 805 raise
49ers lose Garoppolo, Bosa, Mostert to injury
"11 45 K. C. B s Sports. Bad day for the 40 Niners on the injury front quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo out for the second half of their game against the Jets with an ankle injury. Nick Mullens has taken over his quarterback, where he moster, Nick Bosa and Solomon Thomas are also all out. Would knee injuries. 40 Niners currently lead 21 23
Final 53-man roster projections for all 32 NFL teams
"We're to get into the fifty three man roster. So today, we're going to make some projections I did a roster projection heading into training camp was on July twenty seven I had Jalen Hurd making the team I had Sean Coleman making the team. I had a few other players that they're just not going to make the team for whatever reason. So we're going to do that again today after trying to cap after all the news after everything we've seen and read and it will let's just compare to see what's changed since. So start with the first things first quarterback, Jimmy, Garoppolo, nick, mullins, CJ, Beathard I think they all make the roster I. Don't think that that's going to be very you know very controversial. It should be. I mean yeah. I I. Agree I all three of them making the roster as well. Especially, this season with Cova did I imagine that most teams will try to carry three quarterbacks if they can especially just given you know you never know. What happens if Garoppolo or mullins or you know they were to test positive or whatever the case is right and they were mistime than having Beth who understands the system? He's not great by any means just having them in the building is going to be advantage. Advantageous this season. I made this comment to someone else earlier Beth. `Red to George Kettle is Kinda of like you know James Jones or Mike Miller was. and. Lebron he's like teams back in the day. He used to have like those guys like travel with him. I think CJ beathard and George kind of like that George must have somewhere in his contract that Caesar method must be on the roster wherever he is. Those our buddy buddy but jokes, apart I I think all three of them will will make the team. So that's funny. You say that because Caitlin Beth one throwing to kill this off season for the most part it wasn't. Garoppolo. So maybe there is this weird clause in the contract right? I mean I feel like I could make a stronger argument where you carry two quarterbacks as opposed to three just playing the odds last year I can understand it as you know Garoppolo is coming off an injury. So you want to just protect your quarterback you WanNa make sure that you know united last minute fishing for a quarterback but you know he's out there he looks comfortable. No knee brace. In just in this situation I just can't understand a situation where. What are the odds that your third quarterback plays a snap in the regular season game just play the is I imagine that's less than ten percent very, very low at imagine. Right if we're going to do that, yet are the likelihood of a quarterback testing positive for having that whole situation happened shared night. There's a possibility that can happen without. It'd be a risk that I'd be willing to take, and I would much rather have you know a position player as opposed to you know a third string quarterback that major. May Not like the is that he throws a pass on likely and he's not going to help you in special teams or anything but that's I mean that's a Shanahan's ways and I don't see that changing I. Wonder if that will change you know this year with mullins and method both moans is a restricted free agent, right? Yeah. MULLENS will be back. He's restricted free agent. CJ BEATHARD is directed So hopefully, this is the last we've seen of method. CONHAM. I. Hope they don't some deal but Yeah it's tough. Especially, you know when you're having. Debates over other positions trying to like squeeze some other guy and you've got who's affected taking roster spot and like you mentioned, what are the odds that he plays right? but just given. Kyle and where they draft method and what they're trying to do I think they're gonNA, they're gonNA keep him on the roster rather than just swallow their pride and cut him. So both said before the pod before we hit record, this is what we think is going to happen not necessarily what we would do if you were in charge fifty, three man roster so.
It's a lot harder to get out the vote during a pandemic
"They say meet the voters where they are especially if they're your friends on the Internet from American public media, this is marketplace tech I'm molly would. It's a lot harder to get out the vote. During a pandemic political strategist and organizers are trying to buy new ways to reach voters and potential voters, research shows that usually in person interactions are the most effective technique, but now organizers are turning to an old idea. A turnout captain, a local volunteer who whips up voting interest, but combined with targeted data and sometimes APPs, and they're finding that that combination can really work marketplace's Kimberly Adams covers money and politics and did some reporting on this for us. Things like knocking on the doors of strangers to be in their face about a candidate does not work in a pandemic, and there seems to be a shift among sort of the political strategists and the get out the vote folks to really look at something that's called relational organizing, and I spoke with her thick Balasubramaniam. He's at Howard. University works a lot with data and with campaigns on this idea of relational organizing and. And here's how he explains it. Essentially you make a list of your family members, friends and neighbors, and because of research we know that the Messenger really really matters way more effective than TV digital or radio is when you hear a pitch straight from someone that you'd know and trust, and that makes these things a lot more effective according to the research. We've seen so far right. Do apps like this exist now? Sort of this APP called turnout nation. The founder Mark Mullen was telling me that with this APP. Basically, it doesn't necessarily push people to you, but you just say hey I want to get more people out to vote. Here are ten of my friends and family that I am committing to help them get registered and help them turn out to vote, and whereas a traditional campaign method of saying, knocking on the doors of strangers can boost turn out by like two percent. Their method boosted turn out by about thirteen percent. And why is that because it's more personal? Not just because it's more personal, but with turn out nation for example and a lot of the ways that this sort of get out the vote tech is being deployed for relational organizing much of it is not associated with a particular campaign. Most up vote efforts are run by candidate campaign specifically they tend to sort of be focused on a huge amount of stranger to stranger contact, and the last maybe month or three weeks before the election, but there are a lot of people. People who want to increase turnout and do other things to support American democracy year round and A. They don't necessarily want to do it in the service of this or that candidate and they only want to do it just before before Elections Right so folks like Mullen who work on this say that not only are volunteers more likely to get involved when you strip out the politics, but they also say that people respond better as well when you're just saying. Hey, you should vote. To Hey, you should vote for this particular candidate so obviously like this is a unique moment because of the pandemic, but it sounds like if it's that effective, and if you know, events may become less popular or good old fashioned door. Knocking becomes less popular at. The groundwork for a different type of digital campaigning in the future I think there's going to have to be a different type of digital campaigning. Now you can imagine some hesitancy by campaigns to us. Sort of this turnout captain model that that Molin is highlighting because they don't necessarily want everyone to turn out to vote. They want the people who were going to vote for their candidate to turn out to vote and the individual campaigns are scrambling because our entire campaign infrastructure is built on sort of these face to face interaction. A lot of that is just out the window.
"mullen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Thorough well wasn't exactly a betting man, and said why not, so he plays the ten pound bet that would win him. Ten Thousand Pounds on This Day July twentieth nineteen sixty nine five years after placing his wager throw fell watch Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin land on the moon, and he celebrated live winning. What's the equivalent now of twenty four thousand dollars CD that was. Twenty four thousand dollars in US currency at that time, which would be worth one hundred, sixty, eight thousand now. I think in today's dollar in today's Day. Not Bad, not a bad little. He left out the most important part of that story. Though yes, what is? He got killed in a car accident a year later. Wait. Why is that important part of the story like that has nothing to do with the story like Debbie Downer like we've tried to be positive. This entire I talked about the coronavirus Oxford vaccine. Being good news felt we were on a positive note. You nailed all your sportscenter updates for the last at least our and then I tell this great. Great Story about how this guy made a bunch of money paying off on a man on the moon. Bet and then you gotta go, Yada Yada Yada. He died in a car accident. I think you also left out the fact that he may have had some inside information from NASA. The odds were much shorter within the building and maybe Karma got him. You know we talked about the gambling gods early. Saying I mean didn't get to spend his money. Where was unbelievable? Did you just turn into Chris cody and try to a show killer just at the end of it and just be all about content I give. We're on this show for three hours I. Get nothing for you for two hours and forty-five minutes, and now for the last five minutes segment. You're just ripping guys or get your maddening because I rent story like you read the headlines I read the whole story and the bottom part is the most important where they include. He was killed in an accident a year after winning that bet it seems a little chromatic to me. You can follow him on twitter. I won't even mention what Karma needs to be brought to you at this point. Add Chris Door. You could follow me at. Peter Birds Espn. Thank you for allowing us to run this show into the ground. For at least well I thought two hours and fifty eight minutes, but we went all three hours. today CD HAVE A. A safe day where a seat belt my friend, that's all I can say no. Thanks for listening. Lubbock back tomorrow..
"mullen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The virus pretty quickly. if you're at a nightclub with five hundred people, you know. A shoulder to shoulder in the nightclub. There's good chance. Viruses sped spread quickly. If you're out there in the stadium playing football game. I don't know if we know much about that yet. You know and so, what are the ways that we can safely do that without just saying? No, we can't do what let's. Let's try to as best. We can try to keep everybody safe. As well as educating ourselves because I think. The majority of I'm guessing majority of coaches majority of players I mean people I have contact with the majority wanted they just want. They WANNA go play. Coach Dan Mullen of the Florida gators joining Peter Barnes and Chris during here on the Dan lebatardshow coach. What is your routine like right now? What is do you talk to Scott? Stricklin every single day and wait for an update, or do you just wait until you get a phone call? What that process from a head coach is perspective about playing this upcoming season? You know you're you're trying to do one thing I guess as coaches or pretty organized so right now you know we're kind of what I've called phase one. which are you know with the end? Say what's our players are back there to weightlifting We're we continue to do all our meetings virtually I. Think you know I mean I i. I'd much rather see people in person but for what we know right now. That's been pretty safe voice. We got you sort our guys know how to do it. Do those meetings virtually you know? And we prepped prepped for July twenty fourth start having walked through with the players, and we kind of what I call getting into phase two and we've also prepped for phase three, which was August seventh I started training camp so. Were kind of coaching staff working on not schedule right now. They were planning on starting the season on time. And because that's the information that we have I think as updates come I I think you just drive yourself crazy at times. I think if you just sit there and you're like okay. What's Today's? What's Today's update? I think you pay attention to it, but it's not a constant call. What's new? What's new because? Because I, think you know I. We're getting daily information, but we're not making daily updates. If I think they're coming more weekly, you know. Hey, let's gather information this week. Then we'll make a decision at the end of the week where we're at and I think that's kind of what you're saying or you know. Gather Information Week at the beginning of the next week. This is now going to do moving forward so We're kind of more that way working on the schedule that they've given us in the face that we're in right now. We'll continue to do that until. Someone gives us an schedule coach. When the players showed back up on campus for these voluntary workouts, it seemed like around the country. There are a lot of positive tests, and that seemed to sound some alarm for people, but over the last couple of weeks the news coming out of most of the testing on college campuses for these athletes, the numbers are really low. Are you getting the feeling that these players themselves are understanding their portion of the responsibility for having a season being played this year meaning they're doing the right things away from the facility that maybe they weren't early on. Well I. Think so I. Think you don't Wanna the crazy ones when we want. Our guys came back. We as a team. We had zero positives when the guys got back. Now granted you know I think when things open up and things have opened up a lot more in the state of Florida statistically speaking, you're GonNa have more positives than we had some you know, but I do think the players. Do have a good understanding of it. You know and I mean to this day though I mean to be honest with that. That's when you get into the. What is the Best Practices we have? This Day of still have more we've had more guys. Quarantine that were symptomatic with negative tests, but because of the tracing program they've had to go into. Than we've had pause and so I think that's what's that's something that and I think people understand it, but it does cost frustration for guys I've been trying to do things right. You know I've worn my mask. I've tried to do these areas in this. You know what I was at dinner with somebody and they tested positive ended up tested positive, and you know I'm the one having a quarantine as well four, so I think it's trying to find that balance is a big key. Key restaurant for well, and and for all of us, and we all want to see it including a huge matchup against the Georgia bulldogs in the rest of the SEC coming up. Hopefully for you, tell cannon I'll take him in a in a bet against you on the golf course. The next time I'm all my money on cannon on Kayla, did we? You know we we we? We played a little bit yesterday and I. Kinda I lost that that yesterday one generally speaking. It, all you know I think for him. It depends what tease. We make him play from a little bit. You know I mean of what advantage you WanNa give him you know of. Are we making him bump back to maybe skill level are letting him play up at his age level. Right there. You can make those different arguments. Right coach, John. What have you gotten any quarantine? If you got in this whole deal of the Cova, you you down to a scratch Golfer now is that what it is? That's what I'm not. I wish I cannot confirm nor deny how many ESPN DE. Might have shot seventy a couple of days ago. All right coach Apollo. We got a role I. appreciate the time tell everybody was settled down there. Great to be with you guys have a great day go. There it is coach Dan Mullen the Florida gators joining us..
"mullen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Your sportscenter reads at ten o'clock to where we're here in the last hour. The lebatardshow it's, it's amazing you. You could be coached coach on your arm. You are capable joining us right now. On the Shell Pennzoil performance line. Line, one of those coaches probably does as good of a job at coaching. His talent is anybody in college, Football. Coach Dan Mullen coach. Let's start with this question. If I were to tell you between Chris during an me Peter Burns that one of us has bet and one hundred and twenty dollars gambling on sixth grade girls club volleyball in the state of New Mexico. Who Do you think it would be? That would definitely be doering. GotTa, go gotTa go with him on I. Told I told TV guess me, and in fact is Peter Burns I've never even set foot in New Mexico to this point in time in my life. To Mexico was the only one that gave you a chance me a little bit of hesitation on the door, but P That's Y-. You just really just really dropped your self in my book right there. What really I wasn't? I gotta be honest with you. I was real high in your book. Right now at you and Meghan are probably disappointed in me. But what about that is that? He thought that's where I wasn't his book. Happy being. Ready. Like that would be like a regular Tuesday afternoon for during. You know what I mean, right? No, no full disclosure coach I did not know any of the kids. I was just there as a spectator on behalf of of my my. My wife Lauren. It was her niece that was there I got drug along to this thing and I was just trying to kill some time, so does that change your perception? It wasn't like I knew inside information on sixth grade. Girls Club Volleyball I was trying to make money I was just trying to kill some time here. Yeah I mean just really think about that for a second. Just just think about where that pulls yourself I. Mean you're sitting there Maybe you put now where you take it where you taking odds are. Who are you actually betting? So what it was was there was another dad. There was a dad there, and he was watching his daughter court, or over and we. Both of them started talking about how boring this was. He's again I'm. I'm here all day and I was like WanNa. We tell you what why don't we go on the other side of the court and the gymnasium and just bet on this random team and I'll take whoever you take whatever, and by the end of the day we had like eight. Dad's ever together like this This gambling group in there was money flying. I'm not proud of the moment Dan Mullen, but it is what it is. Well I guess I guess that would be like gone to any little league. And checking. What's in that the you know what's actually? All the getty cups around like a little league field right all right like like. Hey, there's there's noone literally game at at on. Everyone's got their Yeti Cup out there. Like Hey, what you know what's in there? I'll just some order you know. That's exactly right goes. Hey! I don't know if you know this or not. You probably remember a couple years ago as part of him on the SEC network spring assignments, I went out with coach. Mullen we ran. He had me like a ten mile run at like six in the morning so coach. Mellon very accomplished when it comes to running in fact ran in the Boston marathon a couple years back. Coach I know you like to challenge yourself during this time that things have been a little bit more less scheduled. What what have you done to challenge yourself that? Maybe you wouldn't have otherwise done over the last couple of months. Well certainly I don't know I. Think I don't know if the running would be up there for me. I got back I'm trying to get myself back on I think put on the covid nineteen but that's that's a result of like when you're at work all the time. I'm on this very get up early. The set schedule eat healthy in the office meeting guns. You know when I'm at home with. The kids. It's like Oh we're we. We'd like this for lunch. Hey, get breakout the chips. Oh, Hey, I'm not gonNA finish that that. Why don't you finish my slice of pizza here? you know and it's a little bit different Diet so You know I. Really I. Don't know that I've done any thinks special in that time I I'm a little disappointed in myself I. Really you know I could like training for a triathlon or gone like really to that extreme, but You know I think the biggest struggle I've had. Is I? I'm very a? Detailed scheduled person. And the whole Covid Kinda let's let's you know. Stay at home and let's try to figure it out and we'll figure it out and you know. I like schedules I like detail. I like exactness so that that's probably been my biggest struggle trying to overcome the lack of structure because I'm a big structure person that have let's figure it out as something that the players in the NFL are complaining about right now, right? They don't feel like the NFL has a good enough plan. Put Together for how they can safely play and report to training camp. Do you get the feeling that what's going on in the NCAA and with the SEC? Specifically that there's a better plan taking place on how to go about getting a season played this fall into. Do it safely as possible. Well I'm not sure I. I think a lot of the question. Marks are out there like I I, read through the NFL, testing, procedure, plan, or the more the biggest one to me is the tracing policy. You know what I mean. What what are you doing for? Guys that have tested negative have no symptoms. You know but might have like you know you know. Walk down the hall with somebody that tested positive you know. And how are they being punished? I read a lot of the I've read some of the NFL testing. Thanks, I. Think they probably have some work to do, but I think there's as much much better policy than what I've seen in college so far for us. You know with with what's come out. but I think they're still seventy S. Out there you know I I think one big thing, the majority of the guys on our team. That I've talked to I, mean they. They WANNA play. You know they WANNA go out and play football, and you know I think they look at it and you know the problem is no one's played. No one's done this and you know I, think if if you're in a house behind closed doors with your family and living there full time you're gonNA spread.
"mullen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"The thing that you missed out on is all the veteran DADS. They always tailgate in between games. You go outside. You Got Cooler. You're drinking beers, you're it makes the volleyball much more fun so? I blame. You didn't get guidance from the. C. Kriss Dory, being hammered gambling on some other like. Port Saint Lucy's club volleyball team inches upset that of fifty dollar parlay the thing. The thing you have to know is in volleyball, and these big tournaments have am wave and a PM wave. If you get the PM wave, and you've been drinking by the competitive, I mean I've got into it with officials have gotten into the T. you know it helps fuel the intensity of the Games when your tailgate in between. Round, the Horne Anthony of right now strangest thing that you have ever gambled on in in your life here. So back in college now it's at UCF. We had a group of like four or five of us that went from. Miami to Orlando to go to school and we. Keep all the names out of it to protect the innocent, but there was one of our buddies that we said Look Wolf Bet. You I. Don't remember it was twenty. Bucks ahead will bet you that you won't go to that. Domino's guy that's delivery across the street. Yank off that sign and run away with it and bring it back. As he goes out the guys you know at the front of the House. He's given the pizza. Our buddy goes grabs it off the car. It's magnetic by the way it's pretty heavy starts booking to back to our apartment. As he sees that the guys. Domino's guy turns around drops. The bag starts hauling, trying to go see him, and they are outside running around the parking lot for five minutes till the guy finally just threw down the thing, and he picked it up and went back home. I think they have to pay for it on the back end. If they get stolen, so this guy was not letting domino's thing go. He ended up making money because he didn't br. Bring back home. That's definitely the weirdest thing I've been on, so you're was completely fatigued any loss twenty dollars to. That's a rough. That's rough looking. Imagine I mean. Thank goodness that the dumbest guy got his magnetic back backing. You mentioned. Hey, listen I. Yeah! I made sixty dollars in tips, but I lost my five hundred dollar domino's magnetic The was so invested in it though that's great that he cared that much. You Know Billy I. Know You've got one. I will get the billions in just a second cody. I know that your team content here. What do you what do you? What do you have strongest singing you've ever gambled on sporting event was. Now Mine is a lot more legal. Then Tony's was now when during quarantine started. Betting on Austrailia ponies a lot. That's not that we're one. That's just my side. One like late at night. One am I'm betting ponies with my friends on the other thing I was betting with with my friends on zoom was i. have in my backyard a little like there's like a little window where you can see a roadway where cars drive by, so we would bet on. What would what color the next car would? Would be. That would drive by in my backyard so like I would put ten bucks on White. My friend would put twenty You know they would bet somebody twenty bucks worth red car, and then whatever the next car was. That happened to drive by the way to say. Did you fill a pattern developing where you knew that? Hey, listen the black car or the white car blew where you needed to put your money. I re I did realize that there? Really cheap like that once I was down about one hundred bucks I did take my wife to get in her car and drive by. Double it up. Is there a common color that there's more of them. There are the rest I mean. I think white and black are the most common, but I randomly I pulled orange out of my out of my out of the air and I And I got one right. Christly to art cars should have paid like plus one eighty or something man. Well, it was one of those things where if I bet you you say white, say red, if the next one's neither nothing happened out, made it like an even thing. Of are bet what the what are we going to see? I billy quickly Gimme one here from the one or two from the hard twitter account, please. All right from the account we have baby racing turtle, racing marble racing We have tarantula racing, and then there was a group of friends that I'll put popcorn kernels in the microwave, and whoever's popcorn curl pop I won the bet I feel like that's a tough one, did you? You would have to color, said Kernels at this point. Feels like a lot of effort. I have one from my childhood that I wasn't betting and I didn't realize it was going on until I was older so. Are you guys familiar with the Pinewood Derby yes. The Alps time were Derby. Cub Scouts you've you build a little racing? Cars right made out of like a block of wood and I was participating as a Cub Scout, and I'd notice that like the the the father seem very invested in what was going on and between races. You'd see Kinda like exchanges going on things are going back or between people's hand, and then years later I realized Oh. That was probably parents gambling on their kids block would cars. It's big. By the way. Didn't people used to cheat with that? Like frontload their their pinewood. Derby, cars in an effort to win a Cub Scout Competition Oh. Yeah, Oh, yeah, because while it's the kids race cars, you realize it's really the DADS, race cars, and some of these things. You realize I can't make this block without like the little knife comes with the Senate. Like sandpaper UC professional drills like aerodynamic things like you knew. Whose Dad was an engineer based on how those cars came out. I also feel like it's something that Stu gods, which is rent a kid for the day. Day and just all get into the Pinewood. Derby adjust to go gamble on it and just because he's perfected it i. feel like that would have been a Stugatz move. By the way our twitter poll is at Lebatardshow, brought by or three touch sealant for ultimate protection in shine in no time coming up in about fifteen minutes, we'll talk to Dan Mullen head coach of the Florida gators of News, regarding what's happening in college football, and whether or not we will actually get it this fall. Peter Burns Chris Story and this is the Dan Le Batard show with Stugatz..
"mullen" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"That included a real nuanced strong sports stake, prince, two guys and I'm like what's the hook here? Ricketts was not part owner of the team when Sosa was playing for him, got him Peter Burns. Chris doering in the air on the Dan Le Guitar Show remember all guests on the Dan lebatardshow appear via the Shell Pennzoil performance line. We're going to be joined by the head coach of the Florida gators coach. Dan Mullen I bet he's gambled on a couple of things. weird things in his life. That is the which the overall topic of today's show, but before we get into that I. Do you want to Gamble this Roy? Over and under on a scale of one to ten Chris dwellings of being read. What are we setting the in the sports in a read on a scale of one to ten and proficiency. I'M GONNA, put it at a seven and a half. You'RE GONNA. Put seven and a half to a have anybody taking upwards come on. Listen cody. You're going over seven half. Thank you, Anthony. You're going over on that. Billy, you take an over and under your taking the under I'm going under it as well too I feel like now. There's pressure there, right. Listen He's like a Florida ring of Fame Guy Hall of Florida Hall of Famer played in the NFL. The guy is a Gamer I'm what I'M GONNA go over as well to over seven and a half on a scale of one to ten. The my boy is going to absolutely crush this sportscenter update. Now we go here. We go sportscenter up. Let me down during go. Austin Dillon won Sunday's NASCAR xfinity series race in Texas ahead of Tyler Rettig, giving Richard childress racing its first one to NASCAR Cup finish in. In Nine Years Kyle Busch who had Saturdays when voted via disqualification on Saturday, finish, fourth yesterday, a two, thousand, three, two, thousand and four Lebron James Upper deck rookie patch parallel chord sold at auction for one point eight, four, five, million on Sunday at auctions to lob dot, com CEO, Lee or Avatar, for all the latest headlines and information tune into sports center on ESPN radio all throughout the day cash ticket. Taking Really Putting in this position paper. Kindergarten allowing me to read helping me learn the words. Where was that at the first two hours? Good God I didn't. Those. I had no guidance at all. This is my first time doing this show. I had no guidance on what I was doing it I blame. You guys for not putting me in a position to succeed. Roy, that's that's on you because you're part of the sponsorship. Read crew here what you WanNa, you WANNA address that. I gave everything to you Peter. Yeah okay. By the way, I would like to cash my ticket billing. Roy Thank you for saying under seven and a half took over. Roy took over. I think over. Over knows only billy. That went lower. Billy you WanNa, you want to explain yourself all. You went below seven and a half year. What you thought during sportscenter read was going to be. Seemed like good acting, everybody was on the other side so I was trying to. You know cash in. Eight point five I think. It was pretty decent I I think the I think the under seven and a half had gotten such good odds of the point that it was probably like plus one forty like. Put One hundred down. You get one forty so I don't I don't mind that whatsoever. On the show right now. Do you have a mouthful of food? Me No. Sound Weird. Thank you. I appreciate that like a either a dip in your eating some granola. That's what I'm going to do not. Just a big old big little heater. What am I greg? mcelroy I'm Mike Grip not here. I said he quit. He declared that he gave up dip, and he's a lesser man for it I'll be I'll be happy to gamble on that on whether or not. Greg mcelroy actually gave up de Billy I. asked the question. The Dan Le Batard twitter account. What's the weirdest thing that someone has gambled on CD? You said, did you? You shared your story. Well I I. I wouldn't sure what the contracts worth, but I went with betting on women's final four. which you know is kind of weird, but evidently that's not weird enough amongst our people on twitter and the crew. Here I'll I'll share mine real quick a couple years ago. I found myself in Albuquerque New Mexico where I was dating my now wife in in, so we go home for Christmas. At that point, there was a club volleyball tournament that we got roped into with. A six my sixth grade. Now I guess what niece? My Wife's knees and so we get there and I might. Oh how long we stand for this thing. Thirty were were here for the day, so we're like a soul. Six hours into club volleyball in Albuquerque new, Mexico sixth graders, and at some point I'm just bored as Hell I've scroll through twitter I've done every single social media website I finished Internet and look at other dad and I'm like, and he was filling the same thing a mike well, let's do this I. Said Twenty dollars a game. Let's just go to a random because I I didn't want to bet on his girls game. Boy Yeah because he already knew the information here he had the scouting report whether or not they good or not. About betting against his daughter. About unfair. Listen money's money. Be Honest with you I would absolutely bet against my daughter in any sport. If it means that I could at least purchaser something I'm not. That's human being I am, so. We made us go across the gym because it's played in one of these big auditoriums and we went from like Riodosa. New, Mexico, versus like lost lunacy. New Mexico right, sixth graders and I'm like all right. Let's set the odds by the end of the day. We had a traveling group of about eight DADS. Okay that are just randomly betting by the way ended up one hundred twenty dollars up. bookkeeper or you getting a little skim action off the top I. I'm not going to agree or disagree because I. Don't remember if I can go back into my taxes from that year I. Think this is back in twenty eleven. I don't need to talk about that per se but that's your problem, you know. My daughter played club volleyball for her entire life..
"mullen" Discussed on Amanpour
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"mullen" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"It was the best show I've experienced than a long time. You had the little. We have tanks in our neighborhood with stories. So! That was a little awkward. People were coming. Like you know there's a tank outside. He's fine. His name's Chris. He's really cool. I have now made friends with the National Guard that is in the area, so everybody's cool. But you know it was interesting to see. To Nazi the trepidation. You've been so open online with saying you know. We are glad that you why people are doing the work, we. We want to see more of and we've been really open about that, and so the typical trepidation you see. You walk past the window right and we have a big picture window and it's like eight Black People Chilin. GonNa. Walk in comfortably. We feel the same way when we walk into white spaces you know, and so we're used to seeing people kind of walk by and kind of look and we're always like come. And they come in, and they're a little, awkward and uncomfortable, so it was interesting to see that today, and I think the reason we didn't see. It is because the whole time the store was opened. There was a Plethora People in there, so people will walk by all this. Again. Running SW. I'm going to ring my sweat out into a bucket. Yes, I imagine. That would be true for a lot of people who are not used to. But how are you not used to in Chicago going into a space where there are a lot of black people? Oh, honey Chicago is segregated. And so they could very well, even though our neighborhood is westtown. It's the west side but they call it West town for the sake of gentrification, and now you rarely see black people unless they're working. So it's it's always odd to see the people. There's a bus. Stop right at our corner and they walk by, and they just get super uncomfortable. Some of them will step in and just feel uncomfortable it. We're always like. Are you okay? It's a bookstore. Bookstore. Fine nothing's GonNa Happen to you. But so it was really good at felt really good. Seeing not feel that today again. I understood why we weren't feeling today, but we just completely welcome all of that. I'm what? Whatever reason you feel comfortable. Just feel comfortable in come in..
"mullen" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Hey everyone welcome to another week. Of Gee thanks just bought it. I'm your host Caroline. Moss and this is the podcast where we talk about what we just bought and what you might need to buy next. My guest today is Danny Mullen. She is the proprietor risk of semi mess out. So good why I did guy like it. I like it. I love it. She's a proprietary. The proprietors of Colon Chicago. It is the city's. Only, black woman owned bookstore in all of Chicago and opened last summer. It's not even a year. Old Your baby when a year old welcome to the show. Happy to be here. Do you know are the dope? Is Person that I've had the chance to talk to in a longtime Danny. That's sad I. Want I want you to get out. I know I need you to get home. I need to get out more, but I just love super nerdy. People me enough, of us, let aren't so I. Get to meet all the cool kids like all the fashion Isa's and I'm like yeah. I'm not interested in. House aside interested. Losers. About you and my partners like what is it about the readers in the writers? Such a read on me. When I was like she's so cool. I love her and we're just GONNA. Be Best, and she doesn't even have to know. Where literally best friends already this is why invited her I. It was just kind of our for Danny to complement me. Let me know how I'm doing. I'm telling you clearly you're killing. We live. We literally conversation last night via text about how we wanted to open another bookstore, but it's like like strippers books. It was just like we went there. Looks. No it's going to be a ridiculous name like strip. tastic like scholastic and a stripped. We get our books from scholastic. Okay okay. Like where do I invest like I'm GonNa go Rob Elon Musk take his money and we're winning the Book Strip club. I doubt it would be difficult..
"mullen" Discussed on Gee Thanks, Just Bought It
"Welcome to another week of de things just bought it the podcast where we talk about what we just bought and what we want you to buy next. Today I am joined by Marissa Mullen. You might know her on instagram. As that she's played or cheese by numbers am I saying yes. Is it play class that she's class have class instagram accounts? Now you're literally monopolizing the cheese. We're all on instagram. Which I really appreciate. You definitely know her. Probably because all combined you have almost half a million followers you've seen her pretty piece Plates of cheese and the funny thing is that this is the first time we're talking but we have known each other forever because Marissa's dad and my uncle. Tom Are like best friends from college. They're like brothers. Basically like my dad's bff hundred percent is my uncle Tom. I have heard so many stories most of them. Unable to repeat here there's probably a statute of limitations on some crimes. They've committed that are still. That's still not up. So I want to protect their innocence but mostly because I think like a few years ago I was telling you that my aunt was like oh you should get in touch with moon's daughter and like talk to her about like building instagram brand and then like we never really got in touch. But later I came across Marissa's account and I'm like I don't think she needs my help. Thinks she's doing really well. m maybe. I'LL ASK CHIEF PLATES. Does a great service to all of us cheese plates. I feel lake are the one thing I can do. 'cause I'm not a chef but I can I can artfully arranged. That's where my like upper echelon limit of cooking talent is You have a book out. So the book is called. That chiefs played will change your life and it is fifty different cheese plates with step by step instructions so as you mentioned earlier. Cheese by numbers is my other instagram. So that's the method that I coined building the perfect chiefs play and this method basically takes a paint by number map but replace that with cheese and then the numbers instead of colors are items on the place so it makes it super easy to build. It's really accessible a lot of fun. Different themes Balti- now genius truly genius. None of my g's plates have ever looked as good as yours. But I definitely have gotten the inspiration from you just to like pile things on the plate and make sure yeah and we'll just like and also just different kinds of foods like here's crackers potato chips. Here's veggies. Here's this here's that and somehow it looks incredible at the end and I can only imagine how much more I will upgrade myself with cheese by numbers. So I'm stoked for your buck. All these cheese plates like intended for parties or can I just make a cheesecake for myself multiple times. So there's a ton of different Sized CHEESE PLATES IN HERE in here. I'm holding it. Sorry yes only. It's so pretty. It's so pretty. Yeah that she's plate will change your life. It's really pretty. That can't see. I'm looking at sorry you guys go by. You'll see it. Because linked to it the show notes. Who took the photography for your buck? So I did all the photos with my iphone in my kitchen. You know that's Pretty Ballsy. Move but Apparently the newest iphone has high enough resolution on their photos that it could be printed in book and I actually have a background in photography. It was a hobby of mine in high school and I have all these different types of cameras but to be honest iphone was just the easiest to organize capture photos. Edit them all at one place I figured why not just take the photos myself and see if it works then worked out so I have to tell you. You're giving a little too much credit to the iphone because I also have the whatever iphone with the three lenses and I don't take book like pick. I don't take pictures books like you need the natural light. It's just natural light. Though in two thousand fourteen. I was in college. I made this instagram. Because my friends and I would make cheese plates together in our free time trying to act like we're adults INA way Internet the tonight show with Jimmy Fallon and then after I graduated actually worked at the late show. Stephen Colbert so not cheese. Related whatsoever But I still had this kind of passion project. Which was that? She's play on the side as I was working in the music industry and then I launched my first cheese workshop so it's called that cheese class and essentially it's almost like pants class where you you come in There's this whole grazing table. Set up in the cheese by numbers order so the numbers order Step one is cheese right to meet YUP DEPTH. Three produce stepped for is crunchy item. Step five dip step sixes garnish so the six steps And I I basically like curated this space where it's at the bars called lowest niece village and Phoebe who's a friend of mine is a CO owner of it. So we teamed up to do the very first event in the fall of two thousand eighteen and it was just so much fun. Because you come in. Everyone has their personal place setting with a slate in a tote bag and then we go through a really in depth cheese education. Phoebe used to be the director of a cheese at Bedford. Cheese it yeah you do some wine pairings. And they teach everyone how to make chiefs plate and then take a photo of it. So it's like the the best like little to our lot genius business idea. I'm right there with you in that when I tried selling my first the first book proposal that I came out with like eight years ago everyone flat out rejected it. And you it sucks. You have this idea in your head you're pumped about at your agent is pumped about it and no one else is it and and what they will say and. I'm assuming that because you're set you're saying things that I remember being said to me at the time was right. Exactly it's like. Oh you have to go like WHO's your audience. Who's going to buy this like we need to know and it's like it's social media's great but it also kind of sucks because now if you want to sell something you have to have already like. It's like a chicken or egg thing it's like well. How do you want me to get two hundred thousand dollars without like a book? How do you want me to get a book tournament? It just goes on forever but this is I mean you're making it sound so easy but like I think it's like a really great way for people who are really interested in learning how to like kind of go from hobby to making a living off of something like your trajectory over. I guess since two thousand fourteen six years is it took a while. Take your I`ll. It has to be more than entities last October night at all overnight so I I started populating cheese by number is with these To build postal. Basically if you go to choose by numbers you can find a cheese. Play that is built on that play. By numbers breaks it down slide by slide so each side is a step in the cheese by numbers process. Yeah and I did this because my illustrator just couldn't illustrate all the cheese plates making 'cause I'd like. Can you do another another? She's like I also worked at the late. Show all right the one in November of so. This was November twenty. Seventeen that choose. It was probably about at like forty thousand followers at this point by numbers. I was kind of directing people there as like step by step account thous- probably at like five thousand and I got an email from the Rachel Ray Show and they're like hey. We found cheese by numbers. We love to have you on the show and I was like we're not that chiefs played like the bigger lawn. No cheese by numbers. I can't talk about two cheese accounts. It's too confusing like okay. I Gone Rachel Right. In December of twenty seventeen She talks all about the cheese numbers. Method or sorry. This is twenty eighteen. I'm getting my years up. Talks about the cheese. By numbers method overnight. It blows up to like twenty thousand dollars. I'm like okay now actually do have cheap to chiefs played accounts that I need to keep together somehow like. Do you patent cheese by numbers like is that do you own that? I have the trademark right. Yeah trademark trademark. Yeah like invented numbers but okay so you trademarked. She's did the smart thing. Yeah so this is like towards the end of twenty eight T in high with my job. I was already there for almost four years. I was kind of hitting a wall where I wanted to grow within the company but there was really nowhere to go. It was just like I was in that transitional phase anyways when all this started to pick up so Once twenty nineteen happened in the New Year in January the today show reached out because they saw Rachel ratio. I didn't article with box magazine. And then from there like press just kind of flooded in and random house out of nowhere sent me an email and says hey. Did you ever think to do a book with this Concept Jackson? Yes I love to. I have thought about that. Actually that is an amazing story and also just kind of makes me want cheese very badly. We're GONNA take a quick break and we'll be right back because I cannot wait to see what you brought. Okay we're back This has given me. This is making me. Think so much about like my own instagram account. My the one for this podcast where I'm like so reluctant to show my face just because like in my my deep darkest dumbest fears are like. Oh like everyone from high school is like making fun of you but like that's actually not true because no one from high school gives a shit and and no one gives a shit like. I don't think of that when I see anyone else's account I mean like it's truly dengue which I would hope so. Yeah it's still Gulnara Ball. It's like you're putting yourself out there and being like here's me here my ideas hello like it. You're putting yourself out there to be judged automatically what my mom always says. 'cause. I'm always like well. What if someone writes a bad review about the book? She's like not everyone's GonNa like you. I'm like yeah I know what you're right and that's cool like something that matters. Whatever you know you you've already found audience that loves you. You will find an audience that get set when we came out with. Hey ladies it was the same thing Michelle and I would like. Everyone was like. Don't read the reviews but every night Michelle and I would read..
"mullen" Discussed on Legion of Skanks Podcast
"Like They're not testing her 'cause they don't have them for them and she's like you know she could be giving it to patients as she's trying to treat patients. It's just wants to admit that I've been right about this thing. And that was about beaten. They think you've read about it was that it was being blown out of proportion from the very beginning That the numbers were. We didn't need to shutdown society that people weren't actually getting a sick that it wasn't as deadliest disease. I've been saying this for a for a fucking month. Also where the the thing is I say living in Manhattan. We're in the East village. I will say like if there's a positive trend in this. I can't argue that. The city is a different fucking place. Dude so it's like I can't say it's not that no I I'd be good. It's all on record. I also said Yeah. We'll say it was because we social distance and that was it worked but it's Bullshit D'Amato said the whole the whole point was that this virus has an incubation period of fucking five fourteen and fighting. The curb wasn't about less people getting flight in the curb was about not overwhelming in the medical system at one specific time in. Everyone's supposed to get this shit. All these people are supposed to die. We're going to stop the people dying by separating we were GONNA slow the people dying for separating bullshit in real if you WANNA keep swallowing their pill. It means that we need to stay doing this until there is a vaccine is a year from now because the theory. If you want still go with these fucking experts is that if you unlock the economy now and send everybody back to work boom overnight. You HAVE TO PEOPLE. We're GONNA die. You'RE GONNA die because slow because oh well it's a you can't really rely on her immunity. That won't happen It's like you know we like everything has to fucking stay lockdown and at a certain point it's like you know it's like is this fucking political and it would make sense that it is. I mean the Democrat Party. Is that fucking stupid that they would recognize? Well we gotta stay in this now at least until fucking November. Because it's like who is there out. I also think you can say it's time to open. The economy tanked the economy until until November and to make. It look like this was his fault. It make this as bad as possible. They're they're they're they're taking the numbers and they're saying if you you know people that have died of pneumonia people that are having heart attacks. Kaunda's corona deaths because they want to inflate those numbers. Because THEY WANNA go look how bad it was book. The way trump responded look the administration responded and they WANNA blame him. That's the only out they have your trump out of office. Well it's I mean. I think that might be there. Might be some truth to that but I think part of it is also that like once. They do what they've done once they shut down the whole fucking American economy and there's fucking something like thirty million people whose lives that have lost. Their jobs lives have been ruined. Then they can't just go whoops. My bad girls can open it so they have to then. At that point you have to defend that decision to the death so at that point they like even if you even if somebody who was like a governor who made this decision goes up. Shit. I'm looking at the same data you are and I don't think it's actually that bad. They can't just admit that they have to go like no. We were right to do this in fucking Democrats probably spent the last month being like we gotta figure out the only thing. They're concerned with how to give. Cuomo the fucking nomination. I'm also even like a say a positive thing about the people though too. I think if things started slow rolling back to normal sooner than later I also think we're just in a time now coming out of this and people realize that it is a sickness is relatively serious. So it's like I think people felt a little under the weather going to be less quick to like run to work that you know what I think people are just GonNa be more careful. Yeah so we don't by the way I'm staying because they're like break again but I'm saying there's things I I. I guess I have have a good immune system. I guess just from all the travel that we do all of us you know with the the Japanese do they feel sick. They wear fucking mask and we live in New York. But it's like yeah. I think there's like different. I think like I probably will because why not like bring my own microphone on the road more because what who gives for that little tiny thing. It's like yeah. Why use the one? That's been used in the next. They're gonNA find out that the whole dramatic things bullshit right so that whole thing like the fact that they're saying twenty five percent or thirty percent of people that are at bowling shoes and I I could absolutely one of the only few conspiracy things I could definitely be convinced about. Is that polling? E E bowen shoes know Idris Elba. Tom Hanks knows people were absolutely like never had it and there was like. Hey can you do as a solid and come? 'cause where's anybody who suffer even from Rudy Gobert the first NBA Guy. Where's anybody suffer? I don't think is a wrong about that shit. I think there's a lot of people who have it. Who are asymptomatic. I don't what's like conspiracy about a Mustang that case I'm just saying like I. I was on death's door. I felt like there is no matter. What I'm saying. Is there inflating that number to scare people who've been more because what it does is it makes you? Oh Shit I haven't I could give it to my aunt like it's a way to go. Johnny think that what? Why do I think that? Why do you think the number of ASEM Dramatic People Are Inflated? Because I think that it's a fear tactic. I really think it's just a fear tactic. I think the scientific community goes with the highest worst-case scenario in the media reports that because it makes people come back when you could just as easily say that. That's that that's the opposite of a fear tactic because that makes people think oh you know if fifty percent of the people who have. It are a symptom than they go. Well I got a fifty fifty shot and not even getting settled. Sold everybody on the idea of social distancing it becomes your personal responsibility to stay home the only responsibility you have to stay. I mean sure if the virus is bad as they say it is but it's like stay home voluntarily so they don't pass the law and make you fucking do it because you're never gonNA get your rights back if that happens. Well then they're finding people thousand five hundred dollars fines. It's crazy for for going out for some pretty hard like charges. I won't wear a mask reviews. Just put a band data on my neck and if I go by people I put it up anyway salute on Ben. Thana six in my.
"mullen" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Said Mullen bird saying they felt a change in leadership was necessary to restore confidence in the company current board chair David Calhoun will become president and CEO January thirteenth to other busy travel they expected but roads a problem for some as they drove to the airport in fort Lauderdale ABC's Victor Oquendo has more on that torrential rain and flash flooding forcing airport to close around four AM also a very dangerous situation in Virginia a sixty nine car pile up on the highway there forty sing fog in icy roads were factors in the crash people standing on the hoods of their colors for the highway was at a standstill fifty people injured in the crash the White House is responding to newly released emails that show a senior administration official requested aid to be withheld from Ukraine ninety minutes after president trump's now infamous phone call with that country's president ABC's Monaco's are obvious more the White House says it's mere coincidence that Michael Duffy a senior official at the White House budget office sent an email to the Pentagon requesting nearly four hundred million dollars in military aid to Ukraine be withheld less than two hours after president trump's July twenty fifth phone call with Ukraine's leader a call which led to his impeachment a senior administration official says the request was part of a weeks long discussion but Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said Sunday Duffy should testify in a Senate impeachment trial and he happens to be one of the four witnesses we had already asked for it's not clear when the trial will take place house speaker Nancy Pelosi has not transmitted the articles of impeachment of the Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell called that absurd you're listening to ABC news there is only T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic now it's ten of two I'm Deborah Dale here's our top story big news for valley commuters with the opening up of the new twenty two mile stretch of the South Mountain freeway it directly connects the southeast and west valley's Jim cross made the round trip on the South Mountain freeway this morning Natalie credit this morning because it opens Saturday and so many people just hearing about the real test will be or more people learn about the new freeway and it's not a holiday week of these about a leg of the trip from fifty ninth Avenue nights in the West Valley the connection with lights on in the southeast valley took me twenty one minutes this morning the return trip about twenty give truckers away to avoid I ten through downtown Phoenix that should help improve commute times and this gives people a way to avoid surface streets and all the lights on the way north to I. ten in the West Valley in the West Valley.
"mullen" Discussed on Herbstreit and Fitzsimmons
"Kirk to protect you and your family go to the Gators Dan Mullen next Herbie and Fitz or it'd be, let's bring in a man who we've known going back to his days with a Utah. You. They're going to feed it out there on the Wasatch front. And that is the head coach of the mighty Gators yet Gators looking mighty again folks, and that's Dan Mullen who joins us on Herbie and fits on the shell Pennzoil performance line coach. Your guys looked like we were just talking during the break that your guys look like. They've gone from kind of knowing they can win a game, a big game to believing they can win a big game to describe that difference in just that little bit of knowing you can win to believing you're going to win. I think I think a lot house when we got here, you know, there's the guys come to Florida come to Florida, and they think they're put on that gator uniform that that entitles them to play in and win big games and just because of what happened before them. And I think one of the things that's changed with this team right now is they're learning as a team how to come together and how hard you have to work and the things you need to do to be successful out there on the field. And you You know. know, I, I think it started when we first got here through the off season and they saw their their their physical and and growth and conditioning growth. And then you know, once the season started and they've, you know, they've bought into working and practicing harder every single week and all of a sudden they notice they start playing better. And you know, when the guys start to believe that, hey, the this, this team approach, how we're doing this program, we're going to be successful. You're gonna find a way to win these tough games. This team that last year one, four games. I mean, we see that Florida uniform and we, we all are kind of trained to thinking either the right in the mix every year for the SEC eased, and but there have been some some tough years for for this program for some of these players. What did you find when you got back to Gainesville and you started do not just address this team, but you started put him through winter conditioning started, put him get ready for spring ball, and you know what it takes to be a great team. What did you? What did you see when you first got there? I think one of the hardest things was you. You saw a team that there's some talent we, we have some talent here, you know, and but you had a team that was very bipolar, and I don't think at any understanding what it took to be a successful program United team that could win games. But because if you look at the last four years, Florida's one to SEC east championships and had two, four win seasons and that that doesn't add up, you know, I mean, they're like, you can't even like, how do you do that? So it's a team that you know was was almost almost like a bipolar team or had no idea what they were doing. They're just kind of go out there and sometimes on talent we'd show up and win big games and and other times we wouldn't. And so I, I think the biggest thing we had to do was put in a plan and show them. This is what it takes to be a great program, not just a great football team to be a great football program. And one is gonna take winning consistently and to do that. There's a certain level of expectations you have to have within the program in a standard that you have to set the. You have to live up to not year by year a standard that you have to live up to day by day. And I are guys really started to buy in to that. I think you know, Nick savage in the off season. They went through the first off season conditioning program, a guy. So these massive strength gains and they saw physical change in their body, and so then it became easy to buy in. So Cal coach, I understand now afterwards while you're on a so much, but we understand why we need to do that..
"mullen" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Everybody all hot and bothered here on this show in paul fun i literally when i walked in today krista hosts for paul there were there already six people on hold and several of them said they want to talk about the over and unders either the football power index or what vegas things teams are going to do was there any of them that you saw that you circled going i did not see that number coming well i am going to have a full disclosure i have not seen any of them so if we want to run through couple we could we could play give them a win dog if you like for bit maybe try project some of these all right so let's go alabama and georgia were sitting at ten and a half i don't think there was a total shock but where you more shocked at alabama being ten and a half georgia i'd say our ban actually should pay the back i think more shocked at georgia just because if you look at alabama schedule where the losses i mean they're really what probably to lose able games may be on there the home gaming and start at the end of the year but i don't know of aubert's gonna go to the tuscaloosa win less game of the lsu who knows they're going to be they get an m at home earlier in the year they're going to be a huge favorite over louisville i mean i just don't see any more than two potentially louisville games and are they're not gonna lose to i think georgia would be the bigger shot just because of you do a lot of guys that some tricky road gannon south carolina road game at lsu florida will probably will be better with dan mullen this year the home game against auburn and of course the auburn did beat them with the regular season last year so of those two if you're looking to go under with of hundred ten ten and a half of one of those things any georgia would probably be the team that i would if i had to go on one of them it would be georgia.