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Fresh update on "neil" discussed on Broncos Country Tonight
"Syriza Your show of shows, starts it Caesar and Imogene Coca and helped launch the careers of Call Reiner, Mel Brooks, Neil Simon and Selma Diamond. February. 27 2015, actor director and singer Leonard Nimoy passes away at age 83 best known for his nearly half century playing star treks. Mr Spock's Nimoy also directed several films, including Night. 18 87 stop grocer, Three men and a baby. February 28th 1983 the final episode of the long running mash Ares setting viewership records with an estimated 125 million viewers in the US Alone on That's the week in Hollywood history on I Heart Radio I Heart radio goes one on one with Neil Sean. Ask about journeys music being featured in the final episode of The Sopranos. I did follow The Sopranos and I watched it when I wasn't working, and I remember getting in the email months prior to the last episode. On. It was I believe was from the director. And he was, you know, basically saying he we're talking about using Don't stop believing on the final episode of.
Covid long-haulers turn to Seattle rehab clinic
"The corona virus arrived in the seattle area about a year ago. Some who got cova early on are still suffering. The people who still feel the effects of the disease months after their initial diagnosis are called long. Haulers reporter eilly show. Neil has more now on wear long haulers in the seattle area are turning to for care. Donna lawson is forty seven years old. I met her in the backyard of the house. She shares with her husband and teenage daughter in west seattle. I'm a designer artist. In a mother lawson got code back in march at the very beginning of the pandemic at first it seemed to be a mild case. But then things got worse in. May she was hospitalized for three days with low blood oxygen and when she got home she didn't get better. My legs feel like jello. All the time very very weak on really bad days and bad times. I'm trudging through. Concrete is what it feels like or like their cinderblocks literally on my feet or magnets pulling me to the ground. los and says she can't concentrate a remember things. She's tired all the time and no longer has the energy to make art or volunteer at her daughter's school. She says on a good day she's eighty percent of her old self for a few hours other days. She can't get out of bed. That gets me really choked up. Who knows if. I'll be myself again. I'm usually a pretty confident person. I really love helping people. And i love spreading joy. It's really hard to do that when you don't feel joy about ten percent of people who get covid still have at least one symptom two months after their diagnosis more women than men suffer from. What's being called locking cova. They have a broad range of symptoms from shortness of breath to trouble sleeping or concentrating to depression or anxiety. Lawson was never able to get a cova test because there weren't many available at the beginning of the pandemic so she says throughout her illness. Some doctors haven't believed that her symptoms are due to long cove. It when you have medical professionals poo poo what you're saying you can't help but wonder if you're crazy person. If the reason lawson and other long haulers have struggled to find care is that doctors don't fully understand long cove it yet when they run standard tests on long haulers most results come back negative exact mechanisms yet some of the basic science still pending and that will be helpful for guiding treatments. Aaron bananas a rehab physician at the university of washington's harborview medical center. He says researchers are still trying to figure out exactly what causes long cova loose suspicion that this may be a more of an immunologic response in patients or some of the micro-vascular pox insults that are occurring. Maybe causing some of the brain fog and other words long hunters immune systems could still be an overdrive or maybe their brains are still suffering from being deprived of oxygen pandemic worked with covid patients after they were released from the icu. But over time it became clear. It's not just the patients that have been hospitalized in who are very sick that are having long term symptoms and we're seeing this even in patients who may have been sick at home but now three months later are still struggling. That's why been now started a clinic. At harborview specifically serves cova. Long haulers. It's one of many such clinics that are popping up across the country to clinic. I if you want clinic part. Medical office part gym with treadmills parallel bars and other equipment to help patients build back strength and the ability to walk but now seems to know everyone here here he is. I've been good. How are you handsome every day. Now and his team are experts in rehab medicine. They help patients with their recovery and coordinate their complex care but now says his goal is to help his patients get back to whatever they were doing before they got sick. Got a law in our critical illness. Survivors that yeah. Their their heart is still beating and their breathing but everything that they valued and was meaningful in their life is now lost so i think our hope is that just wanna make sure were addressing getting or covert patients as much life as boston so far. This is the only clinic like this in the region. So it serves patients from oregon alaskan idaho as well as washington but now says at first. There was only a trickle of patients. But now the clinic gets forty new patients every week.
Fresh update on "neil" discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"The field 24 points, but just one of 11 from beyond the arc, he led the way Andrew Wiggins 15 points. Kelly, you break Junior had 17 And Draymond Green 12 points, 11 assists and nine rebounds As the Warriors improved 18 and 15 on the season, the second half of the MBA schedule was released. The Warriors will play 35 games begin the second half March. 11th at the elect Clippers, then return home to play Utah and the Lakers on March. 14th and 15th. The Warriors finished the season with six home games, too with okay. See then Utah, Phoenix, New Orleans and they finished the second half against Memphis, May 16th at Chase. Enter the play in tournament will be May 18 to 21st. That'll feature the teams that finished from seven through 10th in the two conferences. Playing for the final two playoff spots on each side of the bracket. The Warriors at the very least, hope they will be in that tournament. The US women with a dominating six Neil win over Argentina at the she believes cut Megan Repeat No with a pair of goals in the first half to get things going at the sports desk. Kevin Radic, KCBS. Over the last year. Covert 19 has affected us in many ways, but it is also taught us the power of community This year brings new hope. Every day. We're one step closer.
The Truth About Needle Fear with Amy Baxter, Founder & CEO at Pain Care Labs
"Hey everybody saw marquez's here and welcome back to the outcomes rocket. Today i have the privilege of hosting dr. Amy baxter once again. If you haven't heard our podcast interviews with her one of my favorite guests that we've had on the show episode four twenty six or. She talks about the work that she's doing with her company biber cooled. The product is phenomenal buzzy. Another one episode for twenty six and also at the soda. Five twenty where she goes deep on covid nineteen and some of the things that we should be thinking about just a ton of really good content. Check those out if you haven't already. But she founded paintcare labs in two thousand six to eliminate unnecessary pain. She invented fiber cool. Vibrational cryotherapy for tendonitis and to decrease opioid use and her buzzy device as blocked needle pain for over thirty five million procedures. This is key and what we're going to talk about today around. Kovic vaccination after yale and emory medical school trained in pediatrics. Child abuse and emergency pediatrics. Federally funded for needle. Pain and fear opioid use and neuro modulation research. She publishes and lectures on needles. A needle fear sedation and pain. Scientific contributions include hypnotic enzyme algorithm to time child abuse creating and validating the barf nausea scale for kids with cancer identifying the cause of the needle phobia increase amd buzzy and cool. She spoken on ted man. She's done ted talks bottom line. She's phenomenal and we're gonna talk about some really great things today around cove nineteen needle fear and a lot of her research that he's actually doing and has done and is helping our nation with day with The vaccination so amy welcome back thaw and i feel so. Adhd listening to that list. Well you got a lot on your plate you. You're certainly always keep things interesting. And i appreciate you for that and the listeners. Appreciate you for that so talk to us a little bit about what you've got going on a you know we. We sort of got reconnected. With this topic of neil fear. So why don't you introduce your work. There and the relevance today sarah sure will you know for anybody who's here before the story thus far was that i invented a device that used mechanical vibration to block needle pain got a grant for it found founded. It also decreased other pain. Kinda did some work with needle. Fear needle pain and founded. Americans really didn't care that much. So that's why did the ted talks. That's why did the techs is to raise awareness of the fact that the way we are vaccinated kids causes adults to stay afraid of needles. But because i've got this company in this product i moved on to vibrate wall opioid stuff and all of a sudden needle. Pain is relevant again. Yeah well it is and It's a big deal today because we've got to vaccines available as of now. We've got one more coming with jay and more and more people are getting the vaccine. Many are not and so talk to us a little bit about your research love to hear more about it and how it is impacting people's willingness to get vaccinated sure. Well the go thing is that. I've actually been asked to testify or the art celts. New and services on needle. Fear and needle pain. It had never been an issue before enter. Probably wouldn't have been an issue if the strains of covid nineteen stayed the way they were if the are not if that transmissibility number was at two or even two point five we only would of needed sixty percent of the population to be vaccinated with the v. One one seven with the south african variants all of a sudden. Now you're talking about needing seventy percent seventy five percent of the relation to vaccinated the issue with that is it. Twenty percent of people said they're not getting a vaccine anyway know-how and this means that you need to start working on those people that may get one that not get the second one said. That's where all the sudden it became important to really look at needle. Fear needle dread fainting anxiety. Pain all these issues that may be enough of barrier to someone that they're not gonna get that second vaccine then they're only fifty percent covered or for the people who are gonna freak out and don't get the first vaccine not because they think there's conspiracy or not because they're afraid of the immune system in their body being co opted by space aliens lasers but because they just can't bring themselves to stand gang that
Fresh update on "neil" discussed on SportsRadio 94WIP Nights and Weekends
"Bit into the Phillies, as well as Well, they are going to become along with the Sixers and flyers. You know, huge talking points with the season will gratefully play about to get under way this weekend, which I can't wait. Here. France Key in L A here on Wi PE Just the sound. By the way, the will be fans at Spectrum Field, which is awesome as well. I'm sure they're a couple. People are like, screw it. Let's go down there. Check out a couple games. I completely understand that Neil's up next and then you are times 11 o'clock. Well, the birds are on the road to victory. You're on the roads built by the members and contractors of local 8 25 operating engineers and elect the engineers, labor employer cooperative advocates for them by road or rail. You can't get to the game without Elec. No.
Novak Djokovic Wins Australian Open Final Over Daniil Medvedev
"Open belongs to Novak Djokovic again Joke A bitch wins that Grand slam for the ninth time defeating to Neil Medvedev in straight sets this morning. It's an 18th career Grand slam for joke of it. She was just too behind fellow rivals Roger Federer. And Rafael may dull for the men's record.
Fresh update on "neil" discussed on Lars Larson
"I don't want Trump's teacher might be And this was looking is gonna be giving a big address at CPAC. His first real national address since the impeachment trial, But but that's the point on Steve Bannon actually brought this plane out of Boston speech. I don't know how well they're connected. But on some level it makes sense. That term future might not be as the next Grover Cleveland in terms of our winning non consecutive terms, But he could be the next John Quincy Adams. A primary in the next Andrew Johnson and in terms of serving in Congress in the Congo, Tom Yes, right, right. I mean, you could potentially went women. There are many houses where he could a establish resident if you wanted to When, when a house seat and you know there are no term limits in the house. He could be there for a really long time. B. I really strong voice, and it would avoid the messiness of a presidential run. Okay, So tell me this. I'm talking to a friend Lucas, who's just written abuse of power inside the three year campaign to impeach Donald Trump. What's the smart play for the Republicans? Because I see them trying toe put him in the rear view mirror, and I don't think that's a smart thing to do for them to say we want to disown Donald Trump, not all of them. But some of them I understand there. I understand their inclination to do that. I think it's entirely foolish. What's your take? Yeah, it's not really practical or doable. Regardless of how do you feel about you? Not about The central issue in hate. There has to be Way to work within this I mean, he he leaves a significant Faction of the Republican Barney on the Republican Party has always on some level. I've said the Republican Party was always a circular firing squad going back to the late 18 hundreds. Even that continue to be today, and I think I want to see that the Some faction is going to be I major faction just says we've had the Neil confident one faction. The social conservatives have been one faction and that's going to continue. Republicans have to have to make that work into a coalition party. And I hope dump one part of that coalition. You know, Fred, I hope what they do. I hope with the people who stand beyond Trump and I count myself in that number. I hope we say to the Republican.
Australian Open 2021: Novak Djokovic and Daniil Medvedev Meet for the Title
"The crusade for the men's singles crown comes to an end tomorrow. And when the undisputed king of rod laver arena novak djokovic takes on russian number-one neil medvedev the world number one djokovic. Gunning for a history-making ninth championship in melbourne. While the russian authors seeking his twenty first consecutive win and first major title to preview the match. I'm joined by not edwards and commentator. Nick mcardle nick at the start of in fact two weeks before this we had you on the show podcast and you picked this matchup is that what led you to make that cole way back. Then let's say lucked out. Let's be honest that wasn't necessarily total. Total fluke made many wrong picks before but coming in you know we talk about the twenty one matches in a row for osaka. It's twenty in a row for daniil. Medvedev the non includes a win over novak djokovic close twenty twenty i think medvedev has really come into his own as someone expects himself not only to go deep. Atp events which we've seen the last couple of years but now to really do at at the grand slam so the drop laid out for him. I think he's played to each match to the level now. Can he bring an eight time. Grand slam australian open champ. Seventeen time major winner novak djokovic. Can he meet that level in a final thoughts really eighty s. What i love most is after medvedev bates itsy pass in that semi final is that he said stride away. All the pressure is on novak. He just load him up because he's plight fonsi before and never lost and it sorta. But i love how he just playfully. Put that out there and look. I think he'll come at. He'll show you'll be a little bit nervous. But i think he's just going to swing freely and that backhands i mean. Gosh they both have terrific backhands. But it's going to be like jock itch playing a twenty five year old vision of himself. It's going to be such an interesting match. I really count. Wait for the all similar. It can not just in court croff necessarily but as personalities both very eloquent and sort of personable somewhat chiming in front of the camera but they do have this white line fever as we know totally. I love those points that you've made and i think medvedeva's become more comfortable without. We sought the us open a couple years ago in the crowd. Really got against him and he used that as fuel which i think djokovic has have that in the past that in the past for sure for sure for jovic against rafa roger. He's felt that too. I really think that it is an opportunity for medvedev lake. Nona saying just swing for the fences and the scary thing is when he swings for the fences. Oftentimes the ball goes in. And i really think he's going to use that experience of beating novak in london last year at the atp finals. He'll really be geared up by that. Yeah i think so too. And i'm really looking forward to. I think the one area that novak can probably try to exploit daniels is that netplay. He's not very good. Let's let's be honest when it comes to netplay so if he can drawer him in a little bit and maybe draw that out. I think that puts pressure on daniel. Bit amid gets off to a flying start is going to be hard to stop.
Nick Cannon Tests Positive For Coronavirus
"We know that. Nick cannon tested positive for covid and missed. I believe the first half of the mass singer recording so he will not be hosting the masked singer season five at the start. You will be joining it at some point but he will not be there at the start. Is it surprising that in his stead. They didn't put craig robinson. And they went with dc. Nash right. I mean because that's the thing is that oh well part of the massing family in the universe. Whatever we're calling it. We're gonna yeah. He's right there. We're going to bring him in. It's gonna be you know. The perfect fit the fact familiar with the set familiar with the set up familiar with can from you know what i mean like. There's a level of familiarity that would totally make sense so the fact that they didn't make that decision. Yeah i think is maybe a little bit of the canary in coal about how they feel about his performance. But if i don't know. I mean look let's say let's say it comes back for a season two one. Do you think they would replace him or to do you think they should replace him. No i think ultimately it's something to get used to with craig. I think that. I mean craig clearly is more of a singer than a dancer. He's clearly had moments in last couple of offices where he say he say. I had the time of my life. He saying when everyone was dancing. The last performance dancing so like. He's clearly a better singer. He's not a dancer but also we got to decide. Do we want to host to be doing splits in being able to like you know break dancing. What are we trying. What does the hosts half to be a good dancer. Because i don't think that's the case. So i think ultimately craig will fit in better and better because i also think that you know nick cannon to this for four seasons and i thought he was dog but now i kind of like realizing that. He's actually better than i. Give him credit for after looking at other work. So i don't think that it's over for him and i don't think they're going to go out of their way to get someone new. I think craig has job security. I think so too honestly for all of them give them another shot right like if the orcas willing to give the show and other shot. Yeah give them another shots. Whenever like again. I love craig robinson. So you're not going to get a no from me. Their dog all right. So do you want to talk about now. In order the people who went out from like sixth all the way to. I think that's a good idea. Okay so we'll talk about so super six is we're at if there's any performances that stood out to you can talk about them if there's any comments you have. We can talk about them there. Okay sorry i think my brain just like completely zoned out. Did you say so. We're we're for six or do you want to start at the very very beginning owned. We've talked about everyone on portal super six right so we don't need to relitigate everything from the beginning. I wanna thank you. But i want to look up. Who is eliminated early. Just so i remember. Oh yeah never mind. I know i know. I used to bill mcknight. I my god. I can't like yeah. This cast list like looks that i don't know if it does. I don't know i just. I was a cast than massing. Here's the thing. So masked singer season four happened in the preseason. We got a question of. Do you think it's going to be a bigger celebrity. Cast than before. Because of the pandemic and i said heck yeah. I said it's going be the biggest thing they've ever done. And ultimately that was not to be the case it was definitely a lower calibre was the weakest cast of the four seasons as far as notoriety goes but then you look at mass dancer they nailed it. I don't want to spoil people on placements on anything for the massacre uk. But i will tell you that. Neil was on the masked singer uk. Why can't we get neo on the master. Us that's my. You're so not happy at. They came home sir he was on the messenger. Uk closer to the us. Why was he in the uk. That's my question. I know but this is like a thing in the uk or something like that. There's a reason those whatever. I don't know all right so the thing the thing is though so i'm looking at season four. For example i would say that season four of the masked singer and the mass dancer are probably somewhat on par. Although it's interesting people like brian mcknight and jordin sparks. I would love to have seen on the masked singer and others like a party. That's frustrated that they were on the masked singer or dancer unsmashed singer. But i mean brian mcknight like literally said i wouldn't have done the massingir because everybody would have known who. I was a little bit of a kind of like seal vibes. You know what. I mean. So i i. I respect that decision and jordin sparks. It felt very much like this is a purposeful decision that i'm making to a dance version of the show because i'm sure she was approached for massing or previously so but anyway okay all right. Yeah you wanna go in order so the super six. The hammerhead gets eliminated. Doen't oh what did you think of rapid fire rapid fire. Oh that's when they just hit them with all the questions right back. I don't know twenty seconds or something like that to ask as many questions as possible. I didn't so i just felt like it was a whirlwind and then they would ask something dumb like. Do you miss your family like no. I don't miss my family. what do you. What kind of question is that. It's a waste of a question. If these people are playing twenty questions they would make terrible choices for the first like this. Is your chance to narrow down between the people that an even even even if you ask a question and their responses like a little bit cagey or playful. At least you asked a smart question. Yeah the one about the missing. You're like do you miss your kids know exactly. No one is going to say. Even if they don't miss their kids no one is going to say no. But how does that help you narrow it down does it. Is it because because the thing is is that i can't remember exactly who it was four but i'm pretty sure they knew whether or not the person had kids. Because that's another thing is that maybe you're trying to clarify whether or not they have kids at all fine. But yeah as such as saddam. This should saddam. The only good thing that came out of it was the fact. That when craig robinson when i and then the little fire pyrotechnics off in the back. Also song word up how to song. Rapid fire did not have a song demand that their segment next time has a song rep firm. That's something in the background. But i didn't have any I don't know like pit bull or something. You need the pit bull song. The disney of like a fire song. Ivo feel like all pit bulls songs are about fire. All my god mars. Small bowel bump bump bump bump like rapid fireball. Something like that. I don't
Interview With Eric Siu
"Fellow. Risk-takers this your worst. Podcast hosts andrew stotz. And i'm here with featured guest. Eric su to rock. I'm ready to rock. Thanks for having me andrew. I'm glad to have you on the show. And in fact i went to cal state long beach so i used to be in the la area for a long time so it's good to reconnect with lovely l. a. What i used to call the center of the universe at that time. So let me introduce you to the audience for those people. That don't know eric. He is the ceo of content intelligence software. click flow. Which helps you grow your traffic while looking like a genius and who doesn't want that also owns an ad agency single grain and work with companies such as amazon airbnb salesforce and uber to acquire more customers. He hosts to podcasts. Marketing school with neil patel and leveling up which combined have over forty eight million downloads to date. He's also frequently around the world of marketing and software as a service and he's recently publishing a book called leveling up. And i happen to tell you. Eric doesn't know this. But i've managed to get an inside person to give me the first copy of the book. Let me find it and there. It is whoa. They sent it to you know. Just kidding i made myself. I made included on a little book that i had. But that's what it's going to look like folks and it's called up and right now you can get chapter number one which i've been through and i'm really excited. So maybe you can just tell the audience a little bit about yourself and what they're gonna get from this book and what they could do now to get some of that in wednesday coming out all. Here's the fiscal copy. Here's what is gonna look like boom. This is what it looks like. It's coming out february. Twenty four th. But my name's eric su. So you know to your point couple of businesses. I kind of my go-to level at the world through marketing. So the business you mentioned but we also have any events business. We have an education business and we also invest other mar related sass and to podcasts. You mentioned i just love learning. I love teaching to articulate my thoughts. And i'm here on this podcast to talk about my worst investment. I think there's a there's a theme here. I'll try to tie everything together without me too. Wordy that's great. You know it's interesting. Because when i read through the first chapter and also i'm a listener of your podcast. Both of them. What i get from us that we come from a slightly different generation. Let's say i graduated from university and cal state long beach in nineteen eighty nine. And i didn't really. I wasn't in the gaming realm at the time and i wasn't when it started really hit. I wasn't that interested in it. So what i notice about about you. And i suspect that this is what people were going to get out of the book instead. You focus on some really short actionable things and it's feel like whether it's your podcasts. Or when i read your book. It is a lot about getting to that next level in little steps. And that's the way i was brought up. I was born with heavy big content redes- whole book and then tell me what you learn. Is that correct to think of it that way. Or how do you think how does your mind. Yeah it's so. I have this turtle in front of me and i got from puerto rico and i visited puerto rico for obvious reasons but it reminds me to slow down and to understand that you leveling up one percent everyday just trying to get a little better every single day. That's what it's all about because if you think of decades that be results in decades you'll be amazed by what you accomplished and you have short term hustle and long-term outlook. It's the same thing as investing at the end of the day. So i think it's You know. I'm glad that you noticed that we'll actually never thought of it that way but yeah that's exactly what it is. Yeah in fact before we get into the question. I just quote one thing out of the book and that is you say just because you have struggled in pass does not mean you're entitled anything to play at the next level you'll have a new set of struggles and that's something that really hit me because first of all at the age of fifty five. Life's supposed to be good and easy and all that no no. There's still struggles that you gotta face. That's the first thing. But the second thing that i took away from that this again this kind of incremental way that you look at things focus on the struggles in that one little level and there's always going to be those new struggles so that's a big thing that i've taken away from it. I'm looking forward to getting to the whole book someday. I'll have it by the way. Like i noticed a little warm buffet character in the back. I think that's what it is and so if you think about it. Eighty four point. So i think he's worth eighty five billion eighty. Four of that didn't come until after his sixty fifth birthday. So you talk about patients there. You go right there. Poster child for not
Dallas Based Soul Band Promotes Love During Divisive Times, Teams up with Local Food Bank
"Light to moderate snow becoming heavier this afternoon 3 to 6 inches of possible before ending overnight. I don't have a high today of around 20 alot between three and six Tomorrow Be mostly cloudy, windy and extremely cold will high 14 and low between zero and five above zero. Usually mostly cloudy, cold 23 to 17 year temperatures Wednesday snow and sleet likely another 3 to 5 inches possible. I have 26 low near 20 Thursday. Snow ending clearing late in the day High 28 loan year 15. His 18 degrees Now D FW AIRPORT Nobody. Baby news time is 7 13 years. Neil Sperry. If you're interested in getting a
At least 6 killed in 100-vehicle pileup on icy Texas highway
"Reaction crash involving more than 125 vehicles on an ice coated highway in Fort Worth. First responders had to rescue multiple people from their vehicles on I 35 using hydraulic tools. Fort Worth police chief Neil Noakes. The scene we saw today is one Really unlike one, probably any of us have ever seen and when we pray to God We never see again. Crash happened is a frigid storm dropped ice and snow along a 1500 mile stretch for much of yesterday from Texas to southern New Jersey. Triggering widespread power outages in dangerous roads. Farther south and Austin. Five people were hospitalized after a 26 vehicle pileup on an icy
133-car pileup on Fort Worth highway during freezing rain leaves at least 6 dead
"A winter storm watch remains in effect for much of North Texas, and this comes after that horrific, massive ice related wreck involving 133. Vehicles, including several 18 wheelers that left at least six people dead. Thursday morning on I 35 West in Fort Worth. At least 65 people were injured. Here's Fort Worth police chief Neil Noakes scene We saw today is one really unlike one, probably any of us have ever seen and when we pray to God we never see again. Crews are still working to clear the scene. Many of the victims were healthcare workers for Fort Worth. Police officers were also
Chelsea, Southampton secure FA Cup quarter-final berths
"Just a couple of matches on this thursday southampton beating wolves score of to nothing and chelsea one winners away to barnsley. Tammy the goal in the sixty third minute. Chaka his lobster robson frank. Leboeuf join us for more frank. Start with you very impressive from chelsea. Would you not very impressive. But the most important thing is to go through When you play against so-called lower team or smaller team boss well default how the way they had to the field. Remind me The the way we used to play the ethica many years ago or to kind of two decades ago it was a wasn't pleasant game to watch but for chelsea the main thing is to go through indeed. Because of graham. One neil off you go home and you think about the quarterfinal. That's the only thing we can say. Jaakko what was worse chelsea through the first hour of the match. The pitch pitchers kind of paul for the costs from from bucknell d. That was decent pitch. But not i understand the issues that pitch like that might read And similarly bentley just made it difficult for chelsea. They will predictable i. I didn't see them scoring other on. I kept mystique trust the job done. That's that's the only important thing interesting. raba what did you think the match There are plenty of chances for barnes. The thought shock watches different game. Well a couple of chances but chelsea made it really difficult for themselves. Everybody was talking about bounds. They've done the homework bounds leader. We're going to press her out the field they we're gonna make it difficult. They were going to put their from. Plays and stop josie planet from the back. So what did chelsea duplat from the back on a bubbly bitch kept on giving it away midfield and they made it difficult for themselves. It was crying out. The big diagnosed replayed from the center hav into the white when the wing backs will play chuck took made the right decision to half times. Change the system so they got more space for their full the play bulls forward but bosley will holding such a high lime pressing so high the field. It had to be the case that josie when in behind them and they didn't do that until it was too late but they just about eight dumb bravo. it's four straight wins now for chelsea undertook. Oh can you see some signs of progress. Not today i couldn't but in in the league games they have been a slight improvement. I think he knows what he wants. From these teams play with a back three for those three games. I think he knows exactly what he wants. Midfield he's wingback high up the field as well the area where we sort changed. It is whether it's play with mainstream ensues slot in behind him or two strikes wanting behind but you can see what he's trying to do. I think the players know exactly what he's trying to do. Each system the players today almost eleven of them so it was always going to be difficult. But i can see system coming into play. I think the players understand that system. And i think chelsea will get
Kansas City Chiefs place Britt Reid on administrative leave
"By the Kansas City Chiefs about a coach involved in a car crash outside the team's practice center last week, leaving a five year old girl in critical condition. A B C's check secrets him with the latest outside linebackers coach Britt Reid has been placed on administrative leave following last Thursday's accident. A statement from the chief's says there's still gathering information are cooperating with police and are focused on the critically injured girl era. Neil Young and her family offering support and resource is, reports say. Reid told police he had two or three drinks before hitting two cars with his pickup truck, injuring two girls.
White house seeks tax credit to help low, moderate income families
"News The White House is signaling support for significantly in spanning the amount of a child tax credit with a larger benefit going to families with kids younger than six. The current child tax credit is $2000. President already proposes to boost it. This here too, as much as $3600 for child. Massachusetts Congressman Richard Neal, who chairs the powerful House Ways and Means Committee, wants to write that expanded credit in the law and make it permanent. Chairman. Neil says the credit should be paid in monthly installments and even go to families that oh, no
Tom Brady or Patrick Mahomes: Who will win Super Bowl LV?
"Well patrick mahomes is going for his second straight super bowl in already has plenty of game winning. Drive experience on the flip side. Is tom brady. Who's going for his seventh super bowl win ten trips and has the most experienced leading a team to victory in lake game. Super bowl drives so shannon. Who would you rather have on the final drive to win the game mahomes or brady skjei bile understand. Tom brady the understand what he's accomplished. I understand how great he's been for such a long time. But if you tell me right now. I'm going to take patrick mahomes. He's the best player in the game and he's been in these big moments before three double digit comeback last year. One in the super bowl had a nine point comeback fisher in which you won the game and in the postseason this year. Patrick mahomes had the ball fifteen times. He's punted once. He's turned it over none seven touchdowns four field goals midfield goal in to. Neil doubt. that's what he's done. This postseason so i understand brady historic and would like you. Say it's six touchdown. Six bolt with six game winning drives and a lot of those the super bowl but are some afc championship game there. Some some regular. Some playoff games and tom brady has been great but given where mahomes right now and what he's capable of doing. I feel very comfortable entrusting him. This is okay. So you're ready to take the keys. Get on the interstate and dry for yourself. So i'm gonna take patrick mahomes
Fort Worth Hires From Within, Naming Neil Noakes City’s New Police Chief
"Fort Worth City managers have chosen deputy police chief Neil Notes as the new chief, replacing chief ed crowds who announced his retirement last July. Noakes joined the department in 2000 and has been overseeing the Central East and South Patrol divisions.
The Bachelorette Breakup Is Getting Incredibly Messy
"The bachelorette is trying to shut up into shutdown island dale moss said the bachelorette winner dale. Moss has been accused of cheating on clare crawley lou. Now he wants to tell his side of the story however he's been muzzled by the producers of the show was. Let me explain everybody. That goes on that show whether they win or not. They all sign a contract. It's very tough contract. And in the contract they cannot do press without permission for one year after the final episode air so their season. The final rose the final episode. The car do press until one year later. Dale still under contract and he wants to get his side of the story out butts if he does he could be sued. Neither new season of the bachelor starring. Handsome matt james. He's on right now. Produces want us to focus on that that love story not the disaster that dale and claire have become.
Porcupines vs. Armadillos
"Hi i'm molly bloom. And this is smash boom best the show where we take two things smash them together and ask you to decide which one is best today to courageous critters take the stage. It's armadillos versus porcupines. Which brave and beautiful beast claim the crown. Will it be the master of armor or the king of quills. It won't be easy but luckily hob taste here to help us decide high hobday so hobday when i say armadillo what comes to mind so they have like armor and they got like roll up. And how about when. I say porcupine what comes to mind when i say porcupine many many needles like neil all around so this is going. Be a tough decision. Porcupines versus armadillos is gonna be a a close to me. I think this is going to be a really close debate. They both have really interesting ways of defending themselves. So what tips. Do you have far debaters today. How can they convince you. I'll say humour in facts. Those are some great debate strategies. All right now. It's time to introduce our debaters arguing for the heroic hard shelled armadillo. It's phyllis fletcher. Hi phyllis hey now. Phyllis in a single sentence why are armadillos. The most awesome because they are fabulous and tough a very compact argument. I like it here. To rep proud and prickly team porcupine. It's tracy mumford high tracy. Hey they're feeling sharp. Tracy give us your take on. Why porcupines are the perfect creature. Porcupines bring their super punk attitude across so many continents showed off their thrills and quills and surviving in the wild ready to rock. We are off to a very strong start but remember it. All comes down to hobday's opinion when him over and win the match. Phyllis and tracy are you up for the challenge. Yup so ready. Hey before we start. Let's recap the rounds. I it's the declaration of greatness team. Armadillo and t porcupine will each deliver. A statement in defense of their side using fabulous facts figures and stories. Each team will also have thirty seconds to make a rebuttal next. It's the micro around a creative challenge that both sides have already prepared for then. It's the sneak attacks a surprise challenge that will require debaters to use all of their skills to score a point and then the final six are debaters will make their last argument in just six words. A sweet short and crucial round table. Be giving out points along the way. But he'll keep his score a secret until the very end listeners. We want you to judge too. If you'd like to score on an official scorecard you can download one on our website at smash boom dot org or just make your own okay everybody. Are you ready so ready. Yep yep definitely perfect that it's time for the declaration of greatness Are debaters will present the most fascinating facts and awesome arguments in favor of their side. We flipped a coin. And phyllis your up. I get us amped up about armadillos. Imagine if you really don't like something that's happening or he thinks someone's going to come over and try to start something. Imagine you just turn into a ball. Just you're a ball and your shell is tough like a bike helmet. Your whole body is just a big sphere. Made out of bike helmet stuff. You're almost like a transformer. You just shape shifting. You don't have to deal with anything until you come out. That is the life of an armadillo. The armadillo is fabulous and tough. It looks funny and it has other weird qualities which i shall name however it's weird qualities are exactly what. Make it so tough. And so fabulous. I defy you to name a better animal. An armadillo kind of looks like a cross between a turtle an anti-terror it lives in south america. Central america and the southern. Us it's a mammal it walks around on all fords. It can be anywhere from three inches long to five feet depending what kind it is and it has a show a lot of the time it's tan which makes it look like a football and for the armadillos that can curl up and hide. Those ones can look like a tiny volleyball.
How to Rank on Page 1 of Google in 2021
"Today. We are going to talk about how to rank on. Page one of google in twenty twenty one. So okay get off. I mean look. We'll talk about page we've been talked about ranking number one as well so look for twenty twenty one the core web vitals that is going to be a big part of google's algorithm so it's having a great website experience making sure things are fast things are not broken kind of the basics. Just making sure that google is just trying to make sure that there's a framework for websites to follow to rank carnage. Want to help make you more successful because they do want to be indexing your content. Another thing that you should do if you wanna rank really well. This year is build les lames. I know this sounds crazy. Eric and i will do episode on this topic within the next week or so but build less links. So what we've seen is if you build too many links to fast your rankings. Don't move up as fast and they usually don't go up as high to people who are building at a much slower pace taking their time building higher calling links rowlings in both scenarios. You never wanna buy links. It's more so just people do ten of manual outreach and just try to bombard how many links again getting try to aim for rich anchor techs and i would tell you is do the opposite when you create content. Let it sit wait. A few months and then build natural high-quality very relevant -tated links and. Even if you just let trick lynn. What you'll find is that your rankings. Climate a much quicker pace all right under giving oldie but still relevant the skyscraper technique from back linko also known as brian. Deane but the idea here. Is that all of us ranking number one or page one there for a reason. So what conclusions. Can you draw by diagnosing. The top three results. And can you do something. That's ten times better than that. That's still something that works. It's the same thing with product craciun. You make something that's ten times better and you know you just keep iterating right. So let's use the tesla electric cars an example. I would say it's maybe. It's not a ted ex. Could be ten x. I mean. I love it as a car right but yeah i think it's a great car. I do think it's the best. It's the most pleasant experience i've ever had right so same deal here. That's why their stock is. There's a lot that goes into why their stock is so high. But you know that's one of the reasons it's just a great product and a great company so think about how your content. How can you make your content like a great product and when you are also optimizing trying to rank really high up. Keep in mind. eric mentioned. They're using user signals right so they have the core web vitals but some of these user signals that they're using is our the senior listing and or they can go down to the next one. I'm clicking on that so things get peeling titled tag appealing meta description can really help. Bolster your rankings. Things like adding in the year in there. We seem increase more. Click through rates based on data. That i got from eric from click flow also keeping it short into the point. Also helps increase clicks adding a meta description. I know sometimes you always see or not always in most cases you see a meta description each listening but it doesn't mean that each site has a meta description is more so google's pulling text from page but if you manually create a meta description you're more likely to get more clicks because he can pick what keywords earner but those are some things that you can do to increase your click throughs as well as evoking curiosity example. That is like the seven benefits at green tea number. Six will shock we. What's number six shock. Me i gotta click and just go look at number six yup lund thing. I'll add from my side is making sure that you're able to keep people on the page for a long time right. So what can you do. Maybe you can add a youtube video to it. Maybe you could add more content to it but dwell time is still important because it is. It's a very nice signal similar with you too. When you think about youtube they look at retention rates right. I mean they obviously want to the platform to show you more ads but you know in terms of ranking you. I mean google's core product is making sure they create a good search experience right. So they're gonna make you hard. They want good signals. Coming from your page. Neil and the last step and i know we can keep going on and on for this but we want to keep it short and to the point so that way you have action that you can creating is update your old content over a billion blogs tons of content way find his right less content but update your existing articles especially ones that already ranking the continue perform. Better if you see pages that are dipping in rankings. Update them look all the people rank above you and make contact better than i know. Eric mentioned the skyscraper technique. You don't have to go that above and beyond just making a little bit better than your competition really helps with your ranking when you make those changes and update your content rankings may not shoot up in the next few days or we but typically within thirty days. You should start seeing go back up
Andrew Neil Comments on Trump's Ban From Twitter
"On our live stream of first. I want to lead with this paper here. Of I think Andrew Neil is his name. Very serious journalist from England. I wish our country had someone is serious is him in a high position. He's very tough on both sides talking to the head of Twitter advertising former head of political advertising a Twitter play tape, I think what does concern people Pizza, though, is the sense of unaccountable power. Whether you agree with what Twitter is done, whether you think it's bias that attends school for those on the right rather than the left. The bigger issue is unaccountable power, particularly when they seem to act in concert. I mean, these air is a company's far bigger Then the oil, the railways, the steal the robber barons of the end of the 19th century in America, they've got much more money and much more influence. And yet Twitter bans trump for life. And you've given the reason why, and then Incitement to violence is something that has there's not a right to that in free speech, but Trump's people then C. All right, we're gonna move to parlor. We could do stuff there and then immediately. The rest of big tech causes that down as well. The APS are you cannot get either from Google or from Apple, and Abbas says we hosting you anymore. That's a cartel. In America cartels are legal. Amen. I love Wen. Non Americans tell us about our laws. No, I actually mean that non sarcastically because I feel as if we get so wrapped up in our own. Political circus at times that we lose kind of a connection to Exactly what It's happening in our own country, and whether the Department of Justice will investigate cartel like behavior remains to be seen. Probably unlikely. With the new administration that is coming in, however, a Zenger Neil, I believe that's his name, pointed out. The behavior of these companies is that one hand washes the other. That is literal cartel type behavior that they don't put profits and even their own fiduciary interest First. Instead, they put the incumbent economic protection of the combined interest of their company's first That is not legal. That is that is that that's beyond monopolist. Just so we're clear that is a different threshold than monopolistic behavior. So monopolies are illegal because you dominate in one space. Cartels are illegal. Even more so than monopolies because then you have different types of companies that are leaning on each other, too, then go after competitors wherever they might arise. And so we've seen this now with Amazon that dominates the server space 49% of all rented out server space goes through Amazon Web services we've seen that threw Apple, which provides a majority. Of the smartphones in this country, so that through Google that has 92% of all search results in the country's Elvis. So you Google plus Apple plus Amazon. That's a cartel. To say the least. What you think is about? Yeah, we've reached a new level of antitrust violations here, and obviously we created antitrust laws in response to monopolistic behavior from corporations in the past. But honestly, that's not even touching what's
"neil" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Or whoever and Keeping that in mind were doing some mini pies. We doing many biscuit so you could you know order on the website and you could pick up and it's still going to be nice. It's just gonna be less volume that's really the bottom line. Neil let's let's address that first and then we'll get into you know some of the the serving ideas that we kick around the back and forth every year. What is your feel for. Some of the the either the instructions or the restrictions that were hearing and you know i i know some people are are just not going to are not going to pay attention to it. Others are going to be you know very much in tune in and be very careful. You know down to individual portion control and so forth. What what. What's your initial reaction if you are going to. Have you know some people over and and want to try to diminish You know cross I not cross-contamination. But you know what i mean. I mean in terms of you know Like you and i talked about yesterday. You know if The best thing you can do is when you're preparing dinner when you're doing your prep work and you're getting things organized and when.
"neil" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Nine real time with bill. Maher and the late show with stephen colbert. Just the name of you. He served as the host of the evs series. No and no science now as well as the popular podcast and radio. Show start all can. He's the host of an emmy winning television series cosmos possible worlds and cosmos space time odyssey. He's also there were scipion of nexus distinguish public service medal and in two thousand and fifteen the us national academy of sciences awarded him the public welfare medal for his extraordinary role in exciting. The public about the wonders of science franken. I are excited to welcome to the show. My co star from the field last sharked nato which gilbert. I thought you know it was it was one of my finest performances and the kademi just overlook. Did i think they just got overlooked at year. I'm very disappointed. Dish show political. Just just i. But i had a reason for agreeing to the part. I don't know about your situation. But i was invited to portray merlin. This is this is shark nato. Six in case you didn't know that five. By the way you miss the others shark nato six the last shark nato and the shark shark nato's opened a portal through the space time and says wait. I'm not even done you. And and their their dna got merged with dragon dna. So they were sharked dragons in this medieval time that the movie takes place and i play merlin and i'm doing actual science but people think it's magic now. How legit so. That's an authentic reason. That's my excuse me in that movie. Now scientifically cow. Accurate was shark nato. So i think here. It is here mark twain famously. Wrote i get your facts straight then distort them at your leisure so you know you have tornadoes. You know you have waterspouts. Occasionally fish get caught up in the tornado. So you throw in some sharks one unit amdo. You can have warps in the space time continuum. You know you have dna. Rico recombinant dna you. Can there's gene editing gene-splicing but this happened so naturally as it went through. So i'm i'm okay with that gilbert. You know what our listeners are thinking right now you have an introduced the guest well we had to get jerked. Nato sir. I interrupted please. Okay rank and part. Yeah well okay. We couldn't let nato go by commented upon so neil degrasse tyson right so gilbert delighted to meet you on the set of one hundred thousand dollar pyramid and chile. We met before we did we. Did we met once more with j. Had a show and we were both guests on his show. I along with a person who had the largest hands that i ever shook. And i said who is this person and it was jerry. Cooney the boxer all the nineteen seventy s. Great white hype yet exactly had to be big meat fists and so and then but he's a charming Polite fellow and so i was delighted. It's a sports interview show. I don't know why they had gilbert on it. But gilbert is a world-class highlight player. Neil how how did he do on pyramid. i don't think aired yet so don't give too much away. Okay so i'll get out okay so sir already bad. Yeah no no he he did. Okay just one moment. It was like what you know. how dog. Here's a high pitch whistle. Cuba gave an answer. And we all just tipped our head and it wasn't even from his comedic trove. He was being serious. And it was like did you. Just say i don't even know the woman who was partnered with gilbert swell of pity for her. No no guber did better than you say. After hearing that. I answer how i think it was like. It was the first things i knew the number list of numbers or something right. Yeah and you said. I don't know what the first numbers right and you said a everybody. Show the cameras from behind the camera. The lighting guy. So but then you've redeemed yourself did well. You did better. I should say did you make it into the final round gilbert in the circle. The big money didn't see for example. See what i'm saying. I must see this. I'm just glad that. Neil figured out that shark nato is accurate so probably one of the other bills you mentioned i had a cameo was ice age. Yes and but that was ice age five again. You probably didn't know there. Were four. Other ice ages ice age five and i read the reviews and it was like the time has come where the franchise needs to go extinct. Not just the animals in the movie. 'cause all those animals didn't make pass the ice age the sloth in mastodon and the you know so that's part of the thing and they're all just trying to stay alive and but there was an asteroid comey that was gonna take him out and i might character help them figure out how to deflect the asteroid. We had like with here a couple of weeks ago. Oh yes yeah yeah. Well there's all kinds of people just like the way gilbert said. We're co stars in out. So i have a lot of co stars.
"neil" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…
"Talking to. Somebody who's also Dr who? Looks good as it gets really sure. Obviously. I'm although I took enormous joy in you telling me the conventions. You're now seeing more angels and demons venue on Time Lords. It's absolutely. Yeah. It's at least neck and neck and I think most recently probably may have tipped the balance Crawley's in zero files who often come as a pair, which is always very pleasing to friends who oversee calls played together we'll turn up. Yeah. That's been a wonderful to be part of a oversee will be part of a franchise I don't to to beat to then be part of something like determines which hasn't equals two equally devoted fan base people who love your work. I mean most people enjoy it on many different levels but for a large number people, it means an awful on an emotional level doesn't take the stuff that comes out of your head really connects with people. Does that. Does. Not Become a tension for you as as Neil gaiman almost becomes a brand that people look to. I've spent the best part below. Forty years now getting around that. By trying not to repeat myself okay and also doing things that people are not expecting. Right. Well. You stories as a child before anyone was reading them not the world awaits the next Neil gaiman story. If for some reason, they didn't if something happened Neil, Gaiman never sold another book. Would new game still write them. What a great question I don't know I think I probably would because it's the easiest way of getting them out of my head. I definitely wrote before anybody. was reading anything I wrote before I was selling anything. But definitely these days feel like. The burning. Jr.. Has Probably. Gone. In that I. Always love moving and doing different things. So if you were to tell me tomorrow I couldn't do anymore pros or. Nobody was going to buy another book whatever that would probably be. My Excuse to finally sit down and write a stage play. Right. It is the. The strangest thing about. Getting to do all the things that you wanted to do and getting to be all the things that you wanted to be. That I'm have never really been the kind of author who likes popping out of the same hole twice. I, if I'm going to do something that's. A sequel to will like something I did before. I need a completely different of doing it. Know coming up with. A way of. Thinking about what we can't do that because we did that so it would have to be. Completely reinvented, that was always that thing of going what are you can't just do some of the people like an and do some more. Yeah. Right. Well I think you're argued have keeps doing what people like and keep doing some more because people like it so much and. The world is very grateful to have you Gaiman as my and it's been a pleasure to talk to you today. So thank you for taking the time and thank you for all you do. Oh i. It's been such one of one of the. Best things about good omens and there have been many great things about making. Good Omens was actually getting to meet work and eventually become friends with you. It's been just such A. Lovely delights well, it's been. It's been an equal probably more of a joy for me. So thank you day. Thank you for today. Thank you bye-bye. David tennant does a podcast with is something else and no mystery production. Produced by Zoe Edwards. Additional production from Harriet. Wells. Sarah Cabinet Steve Ackerman, and Georgia tenant. The sound engineer was Josh Gibbs. The executive producer is Chris Skinner. Next time who my? Up. Yeah he's smoking..
"neil" Discussed on David Tennant Does a Podcast With…
"In a house where you're going through exactly the same day day after day after day, the ideas can kind of dry up because there's no. Input nothing new is coming in and so what was wonderful about opening myself up to stuff coming in? It's like Oh this an idea and there's an idea and it hasn't stopped. But having said that at my worst I was at a place. Emotionally a few months ago where I was. I hit rock bottom at a level never hit rock bottom before and I was also asked for A. Short story. By A. Doctor who children in need anthologies and they said, could I use the character of the call? Was the time Lord I created. I'm doctors wife I began it as a kind of mechanical process. It wasn't like I had any ideas or stories that desperately needed to be told I certainly wasn't feeling creative or happy your joyous. I suppose that I needed to try and do it because it was a charity. But if I failed to write a story, nobody was going to notice and. Then Started thinking okay. Where does it begin and I wrote? A paragraph or to just basically about doctor who story. So as to start on the run because that's always the best place for any doctor, WHO STORY TORONTO AND Here we go. She's running down stairs and I'm Oh this is a this is a one of the female. Course as great. So it's her and she's running downstairs and she has a apparent and she's being followed by a huge box. That's weird. Hang on that was that was a huge books in doctor who wasn't that that was that. that. That time Lordy. Books that Omega box floated around in Silvester episode and Three days later I looked up and I had a really fun. Lovely. Do. Fee. She'll story. About the Corsair right and. I was so pleased myself. And it hadn't existed and it was pure craft. It it sort of came into existence because I went. To begin writing short story now and that was craft, but the magic happens anyway. So you can kind of you can force into being if it's not happening of instinct typically. It never feels like force. It feels probably more like. If, I said David You you're going to be hosting awards ceremony tonight I know it's really short notice but John Ross has been eaten by Venetian brain slugs Elvis and In the absence of Jonathan, can you just get up the? Make everybody feel happy to be there and present the UK dairy awards. You could do it. Yeah and everybody there would go so lovely. You who knew he knew so much about dairy. What does she about Jonathan but? Anyway. Exactly. But you. But you can kind of do that because you've done it when you're writing something for donahue which you wrote to fantastic episodes for knowing the after I'd left or indeed. About Batman call makers when you is there a different quality when you're playing in other people's sandboxes to win your. Yeah there are two things one you know you're not gonNA break anything you want to leave the toys. You're you're in the San Books and you're playing with the toys that somebody left for you but you're not going to break the toys. That's one of them. And I think the other is. Honestly. The sandbox thing it is the fact that you're in a kid. Gets happy right. Yes, I do not recall any. Listing. The the best moments of my life. Winning awards isn't on any of the best moments of my life list, but the first time I got to write dialogue for. Batman. Right. I'm bring Batman on and write dialogue for Batman. That's one of the best moments of my life to first time I got to write Interior Tartus. And his script. and and write a line for the doctor who at that point Matt hadn't yet been cast right? You were still you still acting at that point. So when I wrote. That doctor he was a was very you ish. He became less Hewish as. By the draft that we we actually saw because he bounced a season because they ran out of money right which happens and also various things that have changed and I'm I also, of course, got to say to Stephen Moffatt. We have to save the Tartus. Your Tartus, interior has to be saved. As we're going to use that and they spent the better part of two years lying to people about why You're tired is set was still sitting there in the corner. But. The Joy. There a pure unfettered joy. There was a feeling that my inner five, six year old. Convinced that he was good had finally become all powerful because look this is the tightest and I'm writing it. I'm getting. To say what the is going to do. That was power a writing Batman Dialogue in black kid. Was the best writing. I did a story once. Cold whatever happened to Cape Crusader that wasn't my title that was was titled I want to just to call it Batman the end. But it's the last Batman Story and the idea was kind of that it would always be. The. Last Batman story whatever happened to that man whatever. The various iterations Batman. Went through in years to come would still be. The last Batman story as a result of which I got to write all sorts of Batmans from different times and eraser Batmans history and the feeling of power involved you know Donald. Trump embarrassed Johnson and Vladimir Putin, they don't know what power is. Power power is being able to. Get all of these Batmans to say what you want them to say and do joker jokes is why? Would the five six, seven year old Neil be proud. Or would he just said well, obviously, it was inevitable that we've been out of here. He would be he would be very this is inevitable. Although I guess, you know this, this is just one of his daydreams. Right now. He's Sitting on the Isle of Skye where he always wanted.
"neil" Discussed on Fake Doctors Real Friends with Zach and Donald
"The writers though I know. That was all me and you just being silly again. It was one of those things where we like I don't think this is ever going to be in the show, but we were just cracking each other up about the manatee on the hospital, and has a name and you. You're familiar with his his social behavior. This is what I'm talking about about. Being able to wing, it yeah. Couldn't thrown that in on the middle. I was working. Corey Mike. There's a man lives underground. And the other, no the other one that you go ahead. It's a it's. It's this it's. My wife Finger. Thumb Finger. You. Guys WanNa Watch on the on the SCRUBS real that you can find on Youtube. I forgot what season it is, but neal the janitor as wife had made me scrubs short shorts. And Like I really wanted to wear these to work and I'm like. I'm a I'm a doctor. I can't wear. At work. All orders. A pair of scrubs cut off really high. Still high like my balls would have hung out. And then Neil Ghost. The good Lord didn't bless my wife with all ten fingers. Only has pointer on one hand and thumb pinkie on the other. meaning that. It had been really hard for her to make these short shorts, and I was disrespecting hiding, wear them, and I just couldn't make it through. I could not make it through with with Neil going. In pinky. That's by the way a wife that probably doesn't exist. Yes she didn't. She didn't exist because you get married at the end of the. True, that's true and Neil. Neil. We've been joking this first season. It's online. We haven't seen these in twenty years. And is I'm sure you haven't and. Bill one of the bill is that he always says is. I was debating season one. If the janitor, which is going to be a figment of jade's imagination, well every episode we go for the most part we see little moments where the janitor does interact with other people, and and every time we bring it up to bill. We're like yeah, you're holding onto that, but you know you in this episode the janitor. For example in this one he all, he offers to baseball tickets. Sorry, Franklin God better. WHO's our? Assistant directors is playing the the the the actor who sees Neil with the two tickets, and says I'll go and Neil's like not you and it's like another example of like okay well, then other people see the janitor bill. I watched that yesterday that that was a moment that was added to the script that wasn't in there..
"neil" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"There, you go and we're going to We're going to give you some. Some music that hopefully Soothes the soul a little bit and. If you don't know, the sole stirs the inspiration for. Neil, Simon and Art Garfunkel. You might have picked up a. you might have picked up a line in there that. Alternately Got Into Bridge over troubled waters and. Neil pessene standing by and neil the bell ringer with bells. The one on Saturday got her back at. Churchill and back on the dirt. And that's the way to. To get going early in a meet Neil congratulations? Thank you very much. I'm around big race. You know she she's funny. I didn't think I didn't think the pace was like a giant setup. Solid and it's gotTa pace you would. You would like to see if you've got a closer, but you know talk about the winter. She really you know. After the libra, she only had a little break after keeneland the LA. Brea than you were down in New Orleans. You gave her that turf try. Talk about the three to four transition. Well. The La brea she kinda got moved a little too early moved on backside. Coming around the turn wide, which is the move? I hate the absolute most wide around the turn. So you lose momentum and distance with all that. And she moved, she went from next last two third, and then just kinda flattened out in the Lebron, plus with the ship and everything. and. Then there really wasn't a lot of spots to runner I could've taken to hot springs. which I really didn't want to do or just stay the fairgrounds and try around the turf. She'd one on the turf down there the year before, but was going mile. And not, against. You know the sex race, but it wasn't a really top stake race..
"neil" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"The people that support us. Check those streams. I put out there every day and do support the charities that are helping out In the setting of the covert outbreak. There's a lot of great charity being done and we should be doing this all the time and so it reminds us that it's time sport. Does that support those? That are most vulnerable today. I'm delighted to bring my friend. And what's the word I want to look for the old Neil Shubin is somebody? I admire like phenomenally. He's written his first book. Was I was a big fan of called. Your inner fish is new book is called some Assembly required decoding four billion years of life from ancient fossils to DNA India. Welcome let's great to be here. Thank you and the reason. I'm such a fan of your's is I was reared as a biologist. That's what my original training and Circa one thousand nine hundred seventy nine hundred eighty if you were reared as biologist. You were reared as a evolutionary biologist. Strictly speaking a and so. I've always whenever I've assessed anything in. I'm always in these situations like we've been in with Kobe. Trying to understand the biology and why things happened. My default my default method is. What did this do evolutionary? What what purpose would function this. Or How did this happen? Pollution perspective. That has been your life. It has been they say you know the great quote from Theodosius Zamsky. One of the leading lights in airfield is nothing in biology makes sense except in the light of evolution. Y- and that's been the guiding light for for me in my entire career and sounds like few as well. Yeah and it's weird. When people will take issue with evolution to me is like none another's no evolution has no biology. The dissed that's right and you know what's remarkable to it and one of the things actually motivated me in writing this book But motivated me throughout my career. Let me done I just push something I write up front for those of you. That are creationist or believe that guy did this off. I would urge you to look at how evolution really works and the the Awesomeness of it. You will be struck with awe at at at the glory of what? God has created you. Get a look at the reality of biology and not be struck with awe and if. God whatever did I I. It's awesome whatever it is but please don't minimize this biological thing and how it works and the beauty of the theory that the day of the beauty of the experiments in the discoveries. I mean there's an aesthetic to it as well. It's it's beautiful. I mean it really is the way it can explain our world. You know I interrupted you know I was just GonNa Wax Rx under the same point generating from a different side. I was just thinking about Charles Darwin in eighteen fifty nine. When he published the arginine species he had no theory of genetics let alone any understanding of DNA yet everything we've learned about DNA in the past. Fifty years has basically filled in the blanks of evolution. He had no way of knowing about any of that stuff yet. It it fits so beautifully and to me. That's the sign of it. Incredibly successful idea that you know that unifies observations that makes predictions about things that people didn't even know about at the time. Just really wonderful. A lot of people aren't aware that Mendel followed Darwin even though there was there is a lamarque in evolution. All ideas Valerie back to the Greeks had the mechanism of national flood. And Darn had no idea of the gene. No idea of genetics and it was actually at the time people criticize him for that. You Know How. Can you have a theory without understanding heredity? And in a way they were right but he was only he was only vindicated. You know years later. So Yeah so the book Ted Talk. To us about the book and what we can learn from it it. Does it go back to your studies in the Arctic. It does it sort of basically what I'm looking at. What really inspired this the question? How did the Great Transformations Evolution Happen? And how did fish up to walk on land? How BIRDS OF OUT TO FLY. You know when you step back and just look at the end points of these changes. They look so impossible right. You think about you know what has to happen for creditor walk on land yet. Everything we've learned in the last century and a half has showed us how that happens and it's often very surprising and part of the observations that I brought into this which have really blow my own mind be quite honest is just the power of understanding. Dna. I'm a paleontologist. I work on fossils. Dick my team and I discovered a fish with arms legs lungs and Gills in the fossil record. You know one of the first critter to walk on land up in Ellesmere island up in the Canadian Arctic predicted. You find that that's right and we weren't right for five years. We had to keep looking the six year. We finally found that it was like people ask. How did you feel like as much relieved as I was joyful? There's an interesting piece that I heard you speak about. Which is that. You didn't find an organism. That was the missing link. There was a widespread specie. That's right was was the made the connection. That's right there like twenty these things and it turns out they're creatures like this no now from elsewhere in the world so it's not a one off. It's a then actually not. They're not rare the pretty calm but what blew my mind and actually what motivated me for? This book was just the power of DNA and what we've learned. Since the genome projects we had the human genome project was published. Two thousand to great fanfare cost billions of dollars. You know over a decade to do now. We do genome projects in the afternoon for less than a thousand dollars and we have all these genomes genomes for Korn and everything. What would you look at that? Just loaded with surprises. You know And it tells us a lot about evolution so what I liked to tell students in folks is when you think about DNA. It is a six foot long string of molecules six feet long wrapped in packed and all folded in on itself into fit inside a cell and we've trillions of cells in our body the cell nucleus. Sal I mean think about how. Have your six foot. It's popping to that so if you take all the DNA. Albert trillion cells lay sickness the end to end the DNA. If you stretched out in our bodies and put an end to end in every cell it would go from here almost pluto. That's how much genetic information we have inside our bodies and that's mind blowing but even gets better because as we look at the The genome what we find are just enormous surprises. You know. We're living in an age of corona virus right so everybody thinks about viruses it turns out we have about four times more viral genetic material inside our genome than our own genes our own genes compromised compose about what to percents. You know the the part that actually codes for a protein. That's call Jean. That other ninety eight percents always been a mystery in many ways. We're now figuring IT OUT BUT TURNS OUT. A lot of that is ancient viruses that Attacked they've been. They invaded the DNA than the cut. Neutered knocked out but they sit there like fossils you know in a graveyard through the DNA. They'd be thinking of them as fossil record now. Not Right now no no the the the you know people talk about trouble wrapped in a protein right. These tiny little these tiny little pieces of genetic machines genetic machines wrapped in a protein that can change the world rancho a lot more benign but some of them can look at what's happening now but they're even more surprising relationship with viruses incredibly complicated and the story. I like to tell about that is. There's a lab a researcher studying memory jeans at the University of UTAH. And he's not interested viruses. He was interested in memory and it was working on a gene called ARC air sea and it's famous for being involved in memories mice that lack arc. Don't remember puzzles that. They saw the day before people that have mutations in our Kabul kinds of cognitive disorders right. So you've met so he studying and like any good geneticists and protein biochemist. Both he was he looked at you. Know The arc gene and he looked at the protein that that gene may standard fare for for academic he pops it under a microscope looks at it and had some medical training and he looked at it and he thought for all the world he was looking at clumps of the virus that causes AIDS.
"neil" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Was like. I definitely couldn't have been you know one of the leads in it so much. We had like a cast sixty. Think wow yeah. It was a little forty thousand dollar budget. Movies be We pulled off a lot. I think we we have a lot of weird stuff in it. That's ambitious credit and especially on a short shooting schedule to. That's pretty amazing. Yeah well we lucked out with the actors that we got a lot of them are just really into it and really great to work with and just you know came in prepared you all. This stuff could just check out. Take that and it was. It was really fun. Well you know as soon as that seems a lot of day certainly would like to talk to you about it and awesome. Yeah that'd be great certainly Let Your light your your Rica fans now about it. I'm sure it's something that they would want to see to. Yeah I mean not the families who watch Eureka. It's definitely gonNA be are rated. Yeah sure yeah but Yeah well I'm definitely Once once we get it all together and Quite excited to show people. That's great. That's NEAT now. It's fun and I you know. I talked to a lot of indie filmmakers and It's a it's a it's tough But but I think they all hit on the same notes that you do dedication to the project that belief in it. That's really what drives you. And then if you get good people everybody kind of you know drives along just pushes the wagon along until they reach the finish line and that's what you need and it actually and you can say like you know. Everyone came together to make something. Yeah exactly you have a product there. Which is I think that's being able to show people and result and be like this is. What you did is a is a really cool thing absolutely. Well I really WanNa thank you for taking the time to talk to me. It's been a lot of fun. Thank you very much and I will see you in a couple of days right. Great look forward to it. All right you take care of Neil thanks to feature the best of here on sci-fi talk next time this is Tony Tomato. This is Amelia or up from Sanctuary J. Pod and you're listening to Sifi Talk..
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"neil" Discussed on Kickass News
"World's largest online followings with his fast many of which have nothing to do with science but instead relate to matters that most of us think about like family God and the Real Final Frontier Death Neil often writes back to them answering their queries with thoughtful consideration and his famous cosmic perspective now Neil degrasse Tyson his handpicked one hundred and one of his favourite letters and responses for his newest book letters from an astrophysicist and today I'm happy to welcome Neil back to the podcast to share some of his thoughts on a wide range of topics from nine eleven NASA and educating your children to bigfoot and literal Flat Arthur's yes those L. exist he says he doesn't think of himself as debunking conspiracy theories and junk science but instead he tries to get people to take a scientific approach to their leafs he shares touching personal letters from his cousin wondering about her deceased father's spirit and a mother who's autistic son is torn between what he learned Hebrew school and what he watches on Neil's television series Cosmos Neil discusses the minefield of opinion neutral tweets and bad timing and the we got him in hot water with the musician moby plus he answers your questions about black holes the speed of light the moon landing and more coming up with Neil degrasse Tyson in just a moment.
"neil" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Hey Guys Willie geist here with another episode of The Sunday. Sit Down podcasts my thanks as always for clicking and listening along got a great one four again this week. I think thank my guest is Neil Patrick Harris. I'm joined as always by Maggie law the producer of this podcast but also double duty this week producing the interview with Neil Patrick Harris Same Nagy. Where do you find the time hard working woman. I'm yes you are yes. You are indeed so Neil Patrick Harris. There's so much ground to cover with that man. I mean he's got the best selling book series where we're talking to. In the magic misfits. It's the third book and a series. That's been a New York Times bestseller for young adults. That incorporates cooperates magic so we went to a bar here in New York City. A rooftop bar called the magic hour the magic hour ding locations where he walked in. He was very impressed with your choice of location location. Maggie card tricks. He is super intimate very intimate. GIC President of the Magic Association has hosted Magic Award shows considers himself south an amateur magician this not just like a PR invention to support the books Alex Real Hobby and always has been guy from New Mexico went to theater camp when he was thirteen where he was discovered and put into a movie with Whoopi Goldberg at Old Great Trivia Question. What's the name the movie Clara's heart Bam profile audience now they can say they know his first Gig Clair's and he was nominated for a Golden Globe award at thirteen years old old that obviously leads to Doogie howser and he's off to the races. What was interesting to me? Though is how do he actually was only four seasons right think of it is this enduring iconic show which it is iconic but it was only four seasons it's over he's twenty years old when it's over right and has a little trouble out there because Kosugi said everyone knows him as Doogie and he was sort of typecast as that child star so he had a hard time kind of breaking out of that which is interesting and he did made for TV movies he did guest spots then he went back to theatre back to help the the shows were saying if we have Doogie Howser in the show. It helped him sell tickets. Yes so let him explain. All the left turns that got him back to where he was including one big. Stop which I didn't realize was such a big stop in Harold and Kumar go to white cat that's correct thousand four movie where he played himself but a very edgy profane version of yourself get and that got him to how I met your mother almost a decade so he's inbetween that WanNa Tony Award for Hedwig and the angry inch he's hosted every award show on the face of the planet I think and got good reviews for the memorial girl yeah. He's gone girl and he's just a good guy. You know people hear his name they smile part of that was built in from Doogie but he's lived up to that through his whole career yeah so here now our Sunday sit down conversation with Neil Patrick Harris Neil. Thanks for doing this man my great pleasure. This is fun. This is great. I'm very excited excited for this book. I told you I gave it to my ten year old son last night cracking on it today the age. That is the age right right in that window twelve nine. Ten is a sweet sweet spot but I think it's good for fifteen sixteen year olds as well. I don't know I tried to write. I try to write towards people that have interesting interesting just survey kind of sense of humor like puzzles and codes and things so as much as I like it being a middle grade book. I made sure to pepper it with some other levels so it didn't just feel I didn't want to feel simplistic at all so this is the third in a series of the misfits. Where do we find our characters and now little focus on Theo this time yeah well. I'll probably answer that structurally so it's it's a series of four books and each book represents suit of the deck of cards so the first book was diamonds and that was the introduction of everyone you met. Carter who is this kid who knew magic from a grafting and three card monty and magic use to steal people's money so he's he was good with cards but always assumed that everyone had an agenda with magic he takes a train train into this town called mineral wells and he meets other sort of like minded people who also like magic and he's suspicious them and he needs a magician named. Mr Mr Vernon who runs his magic shop and they form a group called the magic misfits he finds a place within a larger community and simultaneously hence the diamonds symonds. They're trying to keep a carnival boss from stealing a large diamond. That's on display up at the at the at the hotel up the way as it could snapshot Gotcha Second Book Follows Not Carter but Leyla Leyla is into escape. She always walks around with a straight jacket. This was clubs suit of of of of attack and so we delve more into the magic misfits as a club. We find that there's another club a darker older nefarious. This club called the Emerald Ring who are trying to keep people from using magic for good. They want to be able to magic for bad and this magic in this book is not wands and Wizar- and transportation teleportation transportation. This is more practical magic so oh this is magic that you could see today or back in the turn of century stage magic mental escape so Leyla Learning about clubs you find out she's adopted. She's living with Mr Vernon the magic shop owner and his husband and the other Mr Vernon who's a chef and they a have to figure out that this woman who is a psychic also part of the Emerald Ring and that's sort of the second book the Third Book now the minor third is hearts so now we follow. Theo steinmeyer violent prodigy who also can use violent boat to make things levitating and he's very classy and formal and his family's the musicians and so he's having to follow his heart and figure out what is passion is does he choose magic or does he choose music and so. I think a lot of kids who are around ten eleven twelve are having to sort of choose between all of these after school activities and which one do they want to focus on and and why do you play soccer 'cause you look soccer or you playing soccer because your friends are playing soccer and you're really good friends with them you know and so that's kind of where this book travels travels into. Oh and there's also a scary ventriloquists and his scary ventriloquist's dummy he his name is wendell whispers and the dummies name is uh Darling Daniel and all of a sudden multiple little freaky looking Darlene Darlene Daniel dolls start appearing all over town. Just 'cause I WANNA give nightmares. I say that the sick twist drop that in there well every book has looks like a playing card kind of right so that's the heart there and then like a like a King King or queen in the in the other side as a another part of it so that's the freaky looking darling Daniel doll I should I should have merch now that what I'm thinking about this. We should've made darling doll shocked you. Don't I give still time Guinean House. A fourth book fourth book will release it all at once so how. How did this idea come to you three books ago. Did somebody come to you and say hey. It's time for you to write a book. You already done a memoir type book. Where did this concept even develop for you. It was post autobiography. I had written an autobiography but I liked interesting structure so I did sort of a choose your own adventure version autobiography so that instead of just reading life lessons from all of my years in the business you were instead able to not be sure or if it was a serious story or a joke story or you could read about my family or you could read about. Barney Stinson and I thought that was kind of fun anti structure sure so then when I was done with that I was asked if there was anything else that would be fun to right now that I'm sort of in the book world a little bit and I like magic a lot. It's sort of been my hobbies since I was a kid and I've I've spent a lot of time promoting it whether studying on my own or encouraging encouraging friends to go to magic shows or telling people to see magic shows president produced I'm just a big fan of that style of variety and so this book series came up as an option and I thought oh that's cool. Let's do a book series. I don't want to be open ended about it. Let's do four like the suits deck. This is clever okay. This is good and what if there were four main misfits who felt uncomfortable about the fact that they do this kind of nerdy thing of magic but when they join forces they can actually accomplish things and sort of save the town. I wonder if it was kind of like goonies. You you know whether it's Madison Codes to solve and skeleton keys that you have to figure out how which door opens this is my brain and so oh I just I started going at it and and sold the book in the series of four with the with the hope that they sold well. I did well the second had really well. topped the New York Times bestseller list and that was a sequel which is cool and then a third book makes a series so it's actually happening. It's funny when you do you something especially when you do something new but when you do anything have no idea how it's going to be received if people don't expect it from you from. Neil Patrick Harris it must be so gratifying do have made the New York Times bestseller list to get the kind of response you get to these books when you kind of took a chance and said I'm going to write this series unlike anything you've ever done before. I've made a career out of doing random diverse things but hopefully with the level of quality the sort of a a gleam in my eye did I. It's GonNa go okay so whether it's I don't know how I met your mother or whether it's hosting the tonys or whether it's HEDWIG or gone girl. At least I wanna I wanNA keep having things where you kind of go. Oh let's could be interesting and so with books I think if you can immu if one person reads this book and and delve into it and starts realizing wait a second this is this code like. Are you speaking to me in a different way. I don't know I'm really speaking to that kid. I was as a reader an avid reader. When I grew up when I was a little kid it was my first job ever at ten years old and a book shop in a small town in New Mexico and I just loved the book I always have. I think I think it transports you to a place of your choosing right in your mind and I incur incur our kids are just now reading there in the third grade and they're just they learned to read in the second grade but it was just write books that were these small little books and now they can actually go and read and now that autonomy I just love it. They get to be independent and go to a bookstore or library or just shelf in our our house and pick what they want to read and when it's a book that's of substance that has a lot of pages you know that's a commitment and then they get to you imagine what this town looks like them and they get to learn magic tricks. I duNNo. It just seems it seems so it seems so exciting and and I'm I'm proud it's out there. They're new ability to read raises the question have they read this book and what were the reviews of so they've read the I had. The first book read a tooth okay by my husband. David when I was in Vancouver filming a series of unfortunate events so as sort of their way to stay in touch with me kind of if the second book they're still reading and it's a real point of contention because they've read a lot of books in between and the second book has been out for a while the second story has been on their coffee table for months as what it down and went to some other stuff yeah yeah read other chapter books and I would kept saying hang you know just so that you know I wrote this book here. I wrote it and you've already read the first one so. I don't know what that says. They're reading it now and they tell you about it. They like it. You know we're actually legitimately reading it last night and I was carrying a harper upstairs and she said you know when we're reading the book. I feel warm in my heart because I can. I can see that you wrote it and it makes me smile. I know I know I didn't even pair here to say that you're going to get the paperback incredible I love. I love watching kids. Grow up you know I I have such respect for kids and I've gotten to do some things in my career of late I hosted a game show for NBC that was following was called genius junior and it was focusing missing a spotlight on kids who are real real smart and and in an achievable way and I I was on series of fortunate events which was based on lemony lemony snickered books and it and it respects kids and I think I respect my kids and I feel like with magic misfits. I want to write something. I want to honor them in in a way to appreciate that they're smart. Kids are savvy. They might read Dr seuss books but they're very aware of tensions that are aw going on in your neighborhood. They're very aware of of subtlety and they're in a world where sometimes they're talked down to as if as if if what they do is is is not worthy or that they're not aware and I'm really aware of kids..
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"neil" Discussed on Gettin' Grown
"Neil young journeys last gunmen novum nullity his comments the new tim firing the music devil la and when we there's a warm is low in the passion all right czar that to me you yeah right for this blast them from the path i was listed into it in the shower to me to me is pretty follow us she i mean damn flawless like i don't there's nothing wrong with her her voice is pretty flawless too i love her tone she's very is very clear and she's in really one of the more consistent vocal us of our time and she doesn't do too much wildly over underrated wild wild under iterative widely underrated is it wild widely or wildly both actually i think are appropriate good well wa with not make this about nine wow abc mobs go away praise the lord makers welcome welcome welcome me welcome you welcome back to episode thirty seven of gained ground which eight and kia were we discuss all things adulting the triumphs the trials the test the turns the twist the taboos all things associated with being in adults in the year of our lowered two thousand seventeen also the tanit allies in how the also the ten till the tantalizing but lacking one of the the tantalizing um thing that come along with being an adult yes it is bill than it is hardships but being an adult also means that you can eat cookies for dinner if you so phil like it 'cause you're grown woman you can do whatever you want ever.