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"oester" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast
"It's all right. let's move on. Starts of the week are first starts of the week segment for twenty twenty one. Well let's begin at the quarterback position because we talked about this matchup. I'll kick it off. Ryan tannehill against the arizona secondary or lack thereof. Malcolm butler retired. Patrick peterson is gone. Look they have buddha baker they have some linebackers that can run. But you've got nobody on the outside to slow down the very explosive tandem. Julio jones agreed. Aj brown maybe you mix in a little furyk sir for fun but ryan tannehill is going to have a game in week one so i. I absolutely love him. Yeah i i think he is a great starting I love jalen hurts this week. Another game we covered on today's episode. I mean in four starts. Last year his rushing lines were outstanding. One hundred yards sixty three sixty nine very nice and thirty four yards On the ground and you saw this. Tatum hill last year in two games versus atlanta. He had eighty four rushing yards two rushing touchdowns and fantasy finishes of quarterback foreign quarterback eight. Atlanta's just back. I mean the defense is bad. They gave up the most passing yards the most quarterback fantasy points the most wide receiver. Fantasy points this is a match up. We talked about you. Want your pieces in. Jalen hurts gets off to a strong start with his new rookie intel. And i will take the other quarterback in that game if you're looking to maybe your quarterback draft didn't go as you wanted it to matt ryan against the philadelphia. Eagles is in play here. The eagles coming into the season the twenty fifth the best ranked secretary per per pro football. Focus the high implied team. Total for the falcons potential for this to really turn into an offensive shootout matt ryan as a qb too strong qb to play or a streaming option at the running I'm going with the gusts. Plus against the. Las vegas raiders. Week one and i love it. Yeah i mean it's tight. It's yeah maybe he gets. He gets them more intimidating horn after a nice week. One but Look this team is going to have to lean on gus edwards. As their primary ball carrier for the duration of the year. they'll mix in tyson williams and and other backs. But it's gonna be gus. He's ready for the challenge. He's going to be put in the position to succeed. That only lamar jackson can do for you when he is a. You know a dual threat quarterback. So i think we one is a very good week for gus. Y'all i'm going with rahim. Oh baby against detroit for my start. The week at running back regime oester. He's not the new hotness. Trae sermon is the new hotness. He fell in drafts. There was questions about the back injury that really was never there in the match. Great we talked about according to football outsiders. Detroit ranked dead last in defensive devi away. Last year they gave up the fifth most rushing yards in twenty twenty and most are healthy. And he's going to have a phenomenal week. I love it. i'm going with kareem hunt All mind the cleveland browns are taking on the kansas city. Chiefs decay has over under fifty four the last time i had looked at it and cream hunt in losses which the chiefs are heavy favorites in this one cream. Hunt has performed better than than nicholas chubb when they lose and the chiefs allowed the most runningback receptions over the final four weeks of last year. I was just laughing at the very formal pronunciation of nicholas chow. Wanna give the man his do right. That's nice respect. The parents jolly old. It feels like his last name. Call him nicholas. Nicholas jeter stuff. Stir mike lee. Let me just say some i. I like to call on kareem hunt as the start of the week. The for all the reasons you outlaid. But i just wanna flex for a second Since we run a team together yes. We've got kareem hunt so obviously we got him right. We would you start over. He most. no. I no know how he's going to be on. Our bench are started the week. That's right we're chips. Get bodied everyone. Out there. Li xing our roster darn. I love it all right. Antonio brown is my wide receiver. Start of the week. All man i love it takes on dallas tonight ranked second among all wide receivers in percentage of routes targeted which was one of our never not working segments and bruce arians. Tom brady giving him a vote of confidence recently. He is one of several players that you guys have persuaded me on over the course of the off season where i truly believe that he's going to be a valuable piece of the offense based on the evidence before me and arguments you guys have made so he my side of the week for week one because he is somebody that you actually have to make a decision on right where you drafted him. You have to decide. is it him or is it. Maybe a devante smith right like that could be a decision for your team. And i would go aby absolutely another player. Who fell really foreign drafts for what he's been over the last several years. Is adam thelander who i will absolutely lock in my lineup. He's against cincinnati The cincinnati secondary is super weak. Eli apple now on. Its fourth team should be in coverage and while we can have a tyler. Conklin versus hernan waterbed. The reality is with earth smith. Not there adam feelings. Going to be fine. He's probably going to get a touchdown this week and i think he's a good start. I mean the the match up couldn't be much nicer and broadening that discussion on deal and there is no player that i have pursued more aggressively in the last week four season-long than adam feeling because the pendulum has swung so far there. Smith news really matters So i i liked that great star of the week. Mike hootie have i got tyler lockett. I'm looking he's my guy so why not. Fire him up in week one..
"oester" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"We weren't tapped into the best and brightest information and these guys really engaged and they take it in and so i do think oester house. Mo whatever y'all call them did a great job because the guys are willing to listen. We brought in dr cosmic corbett the dope sister who's a epidemiologists and physician. Who helped invent the madonna vaccine. She spoke to our guys out and that really connected and help some guys get there. So i think it it works and it will work and i'm confident that the league and the teams and the guys ultimately are going to do what it takes to get this season done safely because not only do we all our livelihoods depend on it but also what we talked about earlier this is important for the fans the public in their citing key and i think everybody feels a bit of that civic duty as well. I'm so happy you're president of an nfl team. It makes no sense that you're the guy that's running right now. Feels like you're supposed to be incredibly snobby stuffy stupid. I'll just feels like some of the decisions you know out of touch almost feels like you're supposed to be. You're doing incredible. I'm so happy of players in your position. Because i think it's really gonna help not just washington but i think in the entire. Nfl maybe some decisions that are made for instance. Why don't you go back over to the football. Ops and tell them they need to not find benny lemay for that flex. Thirty five hundred bucks. I don't know if you saw that. He does not east university of charlotte. I believe running back in indianapolis. He did iran flexed. He's probably not to make our team are running back thing is big but he'll be least practice squad or somewhere else hopefully thirty five hundred dollar fine for going gonna make much money the guy that's as a former practice squad running back. I just my heart rate just went up getting the fine life. That was what. I was making getting fired every other week. Oh lord Yeah i i. Didn't i didn't catch it. I do know. Like i was a i was a bit of a trash talker. I liked to have fun. So hopefully they land in the right sweet spot so that it's still entertaining but you know the league. The league knows what it's doing. They know what they're doing with what the public wants and so forth. They land in response. Yeah it seems to happen every year with the point of emphasis today kids just absolutely ruined early and then it's like okay. We can both come kind of come to an agreement. And i think almost do so they can say like you know what it could be like. We just showed you just made. I think that is a little bit of that. Which by the way good business. Go ahead jason. One of the last time we had you on here it was like right after the fall out of the expose and the washington post and all that kind of stuff and you had to deal with that almost immediately at this point. Do you feel like you can finally breathe in your past that and are you happy with the progression that the franchises made sense. You took the job. And what what more do you think you need to do to get to the point where you guys want to be as a great question. Yeah i wanna find all the wood to knock on here. But i do believe that that we have jumped the shark when it comes to culture and while it was a difficult season being in the context of cobra and not being able to help hut host fans last year at did allow me and our team to focus. Pocus explicitly on people and organizational health and culture. For the most part of last year. You know For for for good and bad reasons we turned over ninety percent of the top two layers in the organization over the last several months and that would be disruptive in a normal setting for us was necessary and has us in a great place with the most diverse leadership team in the nfl people from backgrounds. All across of media entertainment and business not just in football and because of that we're getting really collaborative minds on things. And i think our folks are starting to see a highly professionalized and innovative culture. that can put their heads down and grind that. Have the pulse of the fans. We've got a long way to go to show proof but internally it feels like a completely different organization even though maybe i'm live in dog years i feel tired as hell but it's been really good. I think it's only gonna. I think you're you know this is like whenever you become actual president. They say you age. Yeah pretty quick. I think whenever you became president of the washer football team. I mean feels like the stress was damn near probably the having a problem. I mean you were in the middle of it now. You can't talk about it. Obviously but there was expose after expose after expose no name you got ambala cova. There's stoppage what you have done. Nothing short of amazing. Appreciate you man. Good luck this season. We can't thank you enough for joining us. I hope you you know when you decide to pick a name or the group decides to pick a name you know. I hope it's the right one man. Know what you're talking about you. How about this. How about this. How about we find a way to make sure you're you're involved. Whenever we get to that point you should do. You've been you've been helpful and driving the dialogue me. Let's find a creative way to make sure you're engaged. Don't put too much on me. I will react whenever you make the announcement. Don't worry about it but if you would like me to say the name is without ever really knowing what the name is. I'm one hundred percent and you let me know. Let's let's figure out how we get you because you've been you've been helping us on appreciate them. Well i don't know if i've actually been helping or hurting you because i've been driving a little bit more. The dialogue is good. Even even if you even if you're one hundred eighty degrees off from where we want to land your. You're okay all right. go you're engaging our fans and our fans talking about the name the brand what it means to them what they want to see in the experience. That's what i mean. That's the kind of dialogue. I need in. You're helping me do that. So i appreciate man. That's awesome. I'm so thankful to be talking about a player in a presidential role for a team about to make a decision that is going to affect the next hundred years of the entire. Nfl incredibly proud and impressed by use our ladies and gentlemen president of the washington football team.
"oester" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Life that they had before and because we can do it safely we should that said each and every individual team is working closely with local authorities and local leaders and ultimately. They're the ones that get to make the call. And so we have great partners in maryland and prince george's county to help us Work after a jason. We just got a almost hang up at ninety. We didn't exposure number though. Thank god i did. That's good news. I mean jesus is going to be. Hey it's gonna be people calling with ideas that team whenever you think about this upcoming season is this a i know you and other. Nfl presidents interact and talk to each other. You and i enjoyed you saying like hey it's good for the psyche of the is man. Like how much is. How much is that really being. Talked around about round the nfl. We have not only is. Obviously there's a business you know that whole thing and we have a game and everything but also the nfl for a long time has been like the entertainment for a lot of america. And i think getting a chance to get everybody back in. The stadiums is huge just from a mental standpoint on breeding. Hopefully on the other side of that. How much is that talked about. Amongst all the teams is kind of like. Hey we we owe our communities this type of. Let's not get it wrong. Is that a real feeling around. That talked about it a little bit with some of my closest peers. That i talked about that. I talked to in the league But definitely in washington talk about that all the time as a leadership team me dan tanya and the rest of our leadership team. That's on our minds all the time. I think we definitely play a bigger societal role. Then i realized coming into the player i was like. Yeah i know it's important but you know i'm just i'm i'm collect much. I can stay on the roster right like i didn't realize the importance that this really played in In our broader culture. And so that's why even that the little things were doing of you know the proper mass policies and making parking better and having better local food vendors and authentic and local entertainment like even just little innovations like that in the stadium. Make a difference for folks who not only can they get out and do these things that make them feel normal connected to something bigger than themselves but also see themselves representative. I'm so happy it seems like there's a new generation going in there. Yeah like i never understood why there was you know like hey how come we don't have like. I should experience the city that i'm going to. I think whenever i go to a game like hey it's a celebration of your city. Basically in football is very much a our cities. go to battle your city. Basically in that is really. That's it that's real. That is very the the experienced represent that like. I think you know we've got a ways to go here but we're also thinking about our new venue and how we bring that in but like when you come to the venue you shouldn't. You shouldn't be able to feel like you were in any other city. It should feel like dc maryland. Virginia the food should be dc maryland. Virginia the music should be dc maryland. Virginia our entertainment team is dancing to gogo music for the first time in the history of the club. Like those are the types of things that need to be done so that it's authentic and real. Hey wall as ready for you. Whenever that's my guy guy. Hey us to talk to him. He knows the game. But i didn't know. He played football at robert morris. He was a football. I didn't know that he played football. He's a brilliant creative mind. One of our creative partners art the people who vies him closely also advise me closely. Because i think he's tapped into how to do this right and he's a great partner to this. Oh that's great news. That's great to hear. I appreciate the fact that you're utilizing the big brains near you to maybe help shape this before. The boys have a couple questions for you and we can't thank you enough for your time. I know you're very busy running a billion dollar business. The did you hear about doctor. What was his name mike. Michael oester house. Dr michael oeser house as in former player. Okay dr michael ulster house or home. Oester home doc. Dr mike okay. It's mike is good guy by the way what school longtime. He earned that. Dra down front there. But dr mike was called him. By zimmer coach zimmer to talk to the team and because the vaccination levels and everything like that age as first thoughts were that is the toughest room that guys ever gonna fuck it walk into. I mean that is. He's got that a nfl. Locker room is a group of various successful people who are very stubborn in their own thoughts. So we thought there's zero channel. Dr mike has any shot. Going in there and persuade anybody zimmer said he returned anybody around or whatever. But have you guys because ron rivera was very loud early because of everything that happened last year with him beaten cancer and everything has has that whole thing. Is it only going to bigger protocol with vaccination thing in the nfl. Because it's starting. The conversations are starting to get bigger as we closer to the season camps out five days. Beazley's out five days. There's zimmer's pissed every day and is it is that's only gonna grow right. And how does it end you. Think in your how does it start on the part of your question. I what is it. Like to bring somebody. And even when i go and talk to the team all i'm always i'm always ready in the back of my mind like if someone says smart ass shit. I'm ready i'm ready. I'm ready to come at european slaves up because you know that's how it is. It is waiting waiting to get at you something. We we also brought in experts to help our guy Educate oh no no. No no no. That was a good hold on. Hold on hold on. Hold on hold on. We lost you. We launched more. Maybe more so than we lost. You're frozen you're handsome those. You don't look terrible. Aj hawkins frozen is facing his hands or let the president know. Is the washington football team. There we lost you right there. Sorry about that. That's our fault not yours. We will helped to make it better. You said you guys talking to the room. Then you brought some experts in yes. We brought experts in to what and what i'm learning. Is that our our folks are. They're kinda smarter than we were when we played. We were knuckleheads..
Experts Contradict Themselves on Their Own Mask Advice
"Go ahead and play. Cut one twenty two. This is dr michael oester home. Saying the quiet part out loud on cnn cut one twenty two quiet part out loud go ahead and play no today that many of the face cloth coverings people wear are not very effective in reducing any of the virus movement. Inner out. we need to talk about better masking. we need to talk about in nine to five respirators. Okay so this is a former cove advisor on cnn saying that we need to talk about better masking. Okay we this and listen. I'm just going to start going through some some some clips there. Let's go to one zero five. This is again in march. Twenty twenty talking about. Hey you don't need a mask on one of five right now. People should not be what. There's no reason to be walking around with a mask when you're in the middle of an outbreak wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better and it might even block a droplet. But it's not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is an often. They're unintended consequences. People keep fiddling with the mask and they keep touching their face cut. So how does that square with what. He's what he said the slot over the weekend. Saying that listen you know. I don't really. I think that you're wrong for wanting your your freedom for mass. let's play. what real peach governor asia as a hutchinson from arkansas. Saying you know what he regrets signing a bill banning mass mandates. This is cut sixty one. Now remember asia. Hutchinson was the same governor who got excoriated on tucker carlson show over the trans issue. So let's go ahead and play cut sixty one. I signed it for those reasons that are cases read low point everything has changed now and yes. In hindsight i wish that had not become law But it is the law. And the only chance we have is either to amend it or For the courts to say that it has an unconstitutional foundation.
"oester" Discussed on Home Gadget Geeks
"Proxy manager docker butyl. It's like it's like using a web going very modern very great. So i switched over that that was the first thing i did Number two the other change. I made was that i went to cloudflare for the dns for all of my domains that i held hold so all the my domain. I have a lot of domains. I haven't for public websites. I have my own internal domain. That i use my home stuff. Switched them all too. So i still have them bought. I bought them through hover. Right so i go to hover to change things but the dns settings that you put in are now not on hover. Those are done over in cloudflare which is fantastic. Cloudflare's awesome. you can get a free account. Works great but it does at what an extra layer of things you can do and something broke. Essentially my ability to renew my ssl certificate and This was a solid day of trying to figure out probably days where the time trying to figure out what was causing the issue. I could not get a necessity certificate generate And so there's a lot of things and you know. I'm gonna go into a little bit of detail here just because i have a. There's at least one of you. That has it. Might run into this issue in the future because a lot. Everyone uses the same reverse proxy dockers. If you're self oester So in the end what. I ended up doing that. Made this all work Spoiler i was never able to get engine proxy manager to successfully get even a new ssl certificate from what's encrypt. It gave an internal error every single time. I turned off. All the proxy ing and in cloudflare i turned off all of the eps cloudflare with essentially doing nothing but pointing it just like hover with And still nothing. All the ports were forwarded correctly. Everything double-checked but it would not pull a new. Let's encrypt so for me engine. X. proxy manager and let's encrypt does not work Donna and maybe it's just an issue when you have cloudflare in the middle of your dns. But i tried everything. Read all the articles. Nothing in the end would did work. Was i went to found an article on on a different way to go about this. I'm gonna pull up my clouds. Just so i can make sure. I'm using the correct lingo here. But essentially what you're going to do is you're actually gonna use cloudflare for your certificate so what you do. Essentially is you go into cloud fair caught cloudflare easier to say and you create an origin server certificate. And when you create origin Certificate essentially it gives you a gift certificate. You use in your key and then you go and load those into engine. X. proxy majer so engineers proxy marriage. You can add a key and you can do a custom one not from let's encrypt. And you can insert that qian uploaded and really what that does is that allows cloudflare to communicate with your server with ssl certificate and you can bypass using encrypt. But here's where. I ran into another issue. I dated sweet. Got my origin certificates. All set up It's all working. It seems to be working but it's not pulling ticket and there was an error that was succumb. And you would get to cloudflare and would say. Hey there's an issue with your server in it. I don't know if you guys ever gotten that screen from cloud for like a your networks and we're up your servers down and i knew my server was a down so i had turned off all of the they call it proxy ing right in the dns settings. So what cloudflare canoe essentially cloudflare can say. We'll be the endpoint for what the client sees. So let's say i'm out in the world. I wanna access home..
"oester" Discussed on No Agenda
"Premature to say i mean a booster going to be great. I think he made your joke. What was it it was. Oh my god thank. You stepped on on the necessary. It may be and if it is. We don't know at this time. It's premature to say everyone willing to boost. Our better with four is going to be great okay. This guy's doing joke. it's funny now. I think i think they've i think the top dogs over their adviser quit. I think they've they've made their bonuses and they've walked and so we're starting to see these scripts because i think the one they could go with and we only heard about it in a couple of shows to go ahead one example and i think i've heard a couple of others but Fallen by the wayside is the top off sales pitch. Oh the top top top. Top top top top off well in the uk. They say top up in europe. I think in general here we would say top off. But they've been talking about. I said i top this guy from from cheddar news or newsy or one of these great channels. Yes screens channels. He says should i top off my j. j. vaccine with pfizer shot and of course as we know if you go back and i cook show. I'm going to end up doing for all the early days is going to indicate no goat. Mix these vaccines mix and match is my favorite mix and match is one thing but the the i i still think the top off idea was something that could have gone with. But as you recall back in march and april as i've said many. I'm under show. Especially today. They made they went on and on about how you can't mix and match yes. There was alcohol. I thought they could because it was being accepted by these douche bags that these lesser news channels and they were even bring it up as always on a script. Chea wonder it used to be a big deal. Don't don't mix and match domains madge and now they're even saying it's a good idea if you had the modern adviser to get a john jay and versatile. I haven't heard that one in the uk in europe of you can get one if you can get all three as great killed three. None of them work. They're doing something. I was beating myself up the one thing. I forgot to bring up to joe rogan. When i was on the show recently is oester Oester home the guy. That i met the first time i went on his show in march of twenty twenty. 'cause that guy i mean he really kicked off to me. He kicked off a lot of fear. Mongering and i mentioned it to joe after we were done he said you know holy crap out him like that really rattled a lot of people and it just sent off. So many people into a tailspin and it wasn't appropriate for me to ask. Well how the hell did he get on the show. How did he get books. Why does that why. Why was this guy coming into just fear monger and of course never called to account and even though he doesn't appear on television that much anymore he must be freelancing or some kind of side hustle. He's got this podcast. The oester home update to go. Listen to that. Sit down and get ready. Here's a few clips. What we're seeing really is. An urban suburban community split. And what. I mean by. That is racism if you look at the rate of new daily cases they fallen below three hundred thousand residents in large cities like atlanta boston chicago. Detroit houston minneapolis. New york philadelphia san francisco in washington. Dc you say if you're in locations the pandemic's over however but in less populated areas but nonetheless very diverse throughout the country areas that tend to be more politically conservative and skeptical of vaccines. The virus has lost surging largely from the delta variant. The states with the worst outbreaks that i just mentioned arkansas missouri. Each with more than sixty new daily cases Thousand followed by florida ten nevada ten wyoming nine in utah eight hundred thousand cases and he just kept going. I just want to add. What i think is really a remarkable number fisher. Hopefully give all of us reason to believe that the vaccine are answer. If you look at what we're seeing in terms of number of deaths in this country if you look for the month of may the latest data we have from cdc and well before the delta very took off only about one hundred and fifty of the more than eighteen thousand cova deaths in may were in fully vaccinated. People are less than one percent that translates to about five deaths per day attributed to fully vaccinated americans experienced breakthrough infections particularly in the older population. But that comparison to three hundred deaths per day in the unvaccinated popular whole. I second listening to these guys go on and on and on if nothing else the vaccine keeps you from getting killed about. Is he getting five. Deaths today from people who are fully vaccinated. Well i was under the impression. Listen to you that. There's no chance of getting killed by this disease. If you are vaccinated the vaccine does leading still get the disease but you're not going to end up an ospital. Well it's interesting. You bring that up because there is Something very strange going on In okay so. In different countries polar opposite things are taking place in the netherlands. They've they've now the government and the prime minister the big speech like oh well cases arising amongst young people recall the two weeks ago. It was go go. Go go to your bars. You catered this is ready to do the same thing. Go to your bars. Go hang out. Go have a good time. pieces here. We're good to go and everybody started. Rocking and rolling was really happy. You know sure there were many bars you had to show either you know. Qr code negative test. Which of course was gamed immediately. There's no real check. No one cares partying and then the delta variant the hammer comes down and i were talking about the crime the criminal ridden country of the netherlands. You can do a lot to the dutch but you do not touch their dance festivals and you do not touch their drugs. That's when you make a mistake and so all these huge festivals like lowlands and the The big one the big white party in the in the arena which is fifty thousand people. These are event. The dutch look forward to for the entire year and being told it's impossible new restrictions. Everything closes at midnight. You have to have one. And a half meter distance between people which means any facility this open before that pretty much only with third of their occupancy so that is now ruined completely bankrupted club's events and now.
"oester" Discussed on No Agenda
"Be highly protected against the delta variant which is now exploding across shooting. The company expects to deliver new data to the fda within weeks and is also working to develop a delta specific version of its vaccine. Wow exploding exploding over these civic version. Geyser shameless but you're right. Nbc got bought or dating finally got the the by. They're looking for now. It's looking like cnn has should he sales people because abc. Also got the by drugmaker pfizer. We're hearing that. They're also now saying that they've got a third dose. That booster shot. We've been talking about. How ever the cdc in the fda or saying hey not so fast it theme of the day in terms of co coming out of our government agencies and big pharma confusion and this is the first example so late yesterday is released some encouraging data. They've been testing as we know. A third does a booster. Does they have found that. It provides strong and sustained immune protection when given zero to twelve months after the second does basically their philosophy their data saying to doses is good three doses even their philosophy bullcrap and then she follows out their data. I mean their data basically their philosophy their data saying two doses is good three doses. Even better but as you said and tj better than that you know what hey six dose doses. The cd stop it breaks at this point saying we're not there yet. We don't even know if a booster will be necessary. It may be and if it is. We don't know win at this time it's premature to say i'm going to be great. I think he made your joke. What was it it was. Oh my god thank. You stepped on on the necessary. It may be an if it is. We don't know at this time. It's premature to say everyone willing to boost. Our better with four is going to be great okay. This guy's doing joke. It's funny now. I think they i think they've i think to the top dogs over their adviser quit. I think they've they've made their bonuses and they've walked and so we're starting to see these scripts because i think the one they could go with and we only heard about it in a couple of shows to go ahead one example and i think i've heard a couple of others but Fallen by the wayside is the top off sales pitch. Oh the top top top. Top top top top off well in the uk. They say top up in europe. I think in general here we would say top off. But they've been talking about. I said i top this guy from from cheddar news or newsy or one of these one of these great channels. Yes screens channels. He says should i top off my j. j. vaccine with pfizer shot and of course as we know if you go back and i cook show. I'm going to end up doing for all the early days is going to indicate no goat. Mix days vaccines. The mix and match is my favorite mix and match is one thing but the the i i still think the top off idea was something that could have gone with but as you recall back in march and april as i've said many i'm under show especially today. They made they went on. And on about how you can't mix and match yes. There was alcohol. I thought they could because it was being accepted by these douche bags that these lesser news channels and they were even bring it up as always on a script. Chea wonder it used to be a big deal. Don't don't mix and match domains match and now they're even saying it's a good idea if you had the modern adviser to get a john jay and versatile. I haven't heard that one in the uk in europe of you can get one if you can get all three as great killed. Three of them work. They're doing something. I was beating myself up the one thing. I forgot to bring up to joe rogan. When i was on the show recently is The oester Oester home the guy that i met the first time i went on his show in march of twenty twenty. 'cause that guy i mean he really kicked off to me. He kicked off a lot of fear. Mongering and i mentioned it to joe after we were done he said you know holy crap out him like that really rattled a lot of people and it just sent off. So many people into a tailspin and it wasn't appropriate for me to ask. Well how the hell did he get on the show. How did he get books. Why does that why. Why was this guy coming into just fear monger and of course never called to account and even though he doesn't appear on television that much anymore he must be freelancing or some kind of side hustle. He's got this podcast. The oester home update to go. Listen to that. Sit down and get ready. Here's a few clips. What we're seeing really is. An urban suburban community split. And what. I mean by. That is racism if you look at the rate of new daily cases they fallen below three hundred thousand residents in large cities like atlanta boston chicago. Detroit houston minneapolis. New york philadelphia san francisco in washington. Dc you say if you're in locations the pandemic's over however but in less populated areas but nonetheless very diverse throughout the country areas that tend to be more politically conservative and skeptical of vaccines. The virus has lost surging largely from the delta variant. The states with the worst outbreaks that i just mentioned arkansas missouri. Each with more than sixty new daily cases Thousand followed by florida ten nevada ten wyoming nine in utah eight hundred thousand cases and he just kept going. I just want to add. What i think is really a remarkable number fisher. Hopefully give all of us reason to believe that the vaccine are answer. If you look at what we're seeing in terms of number of deaths in this country if you look for the month of may the latest data we have from cdc and well before the delta during took off only about one hundred and fifty of the more than eighteen thousand cova deaths in may were in fully vaccinated. People are less than one percent that translates to about five deaths per day attributed to fully vaccinated americans experienced breakthrough infections particularly in the older population. But that comparison three hundred deaths per day in the unvaccinated popular whole is second. Listening to these guys go on and on and on if nothing else the vaccine keeps you from getting killed about. Is he getting five. Deaths today from people who are fully vaccinated. Well i was under the impression. Listen to fao g that there's no chance of getting killed by this disease if you're vaccinated that's what the vaccine does leading still get the disease but you're not going to end up an ospital. Well it's interesting. You bring that up because there is Something very strange going.
"oester" Discussed on No Agenda
"Percent. That's the important aspect of this. Okay nice nice little trick. So no longer is it. It keeps you safe. You won't get the virus. Maybe maybe not even that just like if you get the virus because this thing doesn't seem to work so well at least you won't die we kinda think And ninety percent is less than what you'd get from just getting the virus without the vaccine by the way there you got ninety nine point nine seven chance chances point. Oh three percent of dying now. Nbc i think i think they did anticipate this was coming and they did get the you know they had sales go out and say okay third things. Let's take care of it and you know package deal. I'm sorry look you you blew your chance. You could have done for for to two shots and booster but you cheapskates. You just took the option for two and now you three okay. Good sign here tonight. Pfizer says oh booster shot. A third dose of its current vaccine could offer americans five to ten times more protection against covy given six months after the second dose. Pfizer believes those inoculated would be highly protected against the delta variant which is now exploding the cross cutting the company expects to deliver new data to the fda within weeks and is also working to develop a delta specific version of its vaccine. Wow exploding exploding over these civic version. Geyser shameless but you're right. Nbc got bought or dating finally got the the by. They're looking for now. It's looking like cnn has should he sales people because abc. Also got the by drugmaker pfizer. We're hearing that. They're also now saying that they've got a third dose. That booster shot. We've been talking about. How ever the cdc in the fda or saying hey not so fast it theme of the day in terms of co coming out of our government agencies and big pharma confusion and this is the first example so late yesterday is released some encouraging data. They've been testing as we know. A third does a booster. Does they have found that. It provides strong and sustained immune protection when given zero to twelve months after the second does basically their philosophy their data saying to doses is good three doses even their philosophy bullcrap and then she follows out of their data. I mean their data basically their philosophy their data saying two doses is good three doses. Even better but as you said and tj even better than that you know what a six dose doses. The cd stop it breaks at this point saying we're not there yet. We don't even know if a booster will be necessary. It may be and if it is. We don't know win at this time it's premature to say i'm going to be great. I think he made your joke. What was it it was. Oh my god thank. You stepped on on the necessary. It may be and if it is. We don't know at this time. It's premature to say everyone willing to boost. Our better with four is going to be great okay. This guy's doing joke. it's funny now. I think i think. I think the top dogs over there at pfizer quit. I think they've they've made their bonuses and they've walked and so we're starting to see these scripts because i think the one they could go with and we only heard about it in a couple of shows go ahead one example and i think i've heard a couple of others but it's fallen by the wayside is the top off sales pitch. Oh the top top. Top top top top top off well in the uk. They say top up in europe. I think in general here we would say top off. But they've been talking about. I said i top this guy from from cheddar news or newsy or one of these one of these great channels. Yes screens channels. He says should i top off my j. j. vaccine with pfizer shot and of course as we know if you go back and i cook show. I'm going to end up doing for all the early days is going to indicate no goat. Mix days vaccines. The mix and match is my favorite mix and match is one thing but the the i i still think the top off idea was something that could have gone with but as you recall back in march and april as i've said many i'm under show especially today. They made they went on. And on about how you can't mix and match yes. There was alcohol. I thought they could because it was being accepted by these douche bags that these lesser news channels and they were even bring it up as always on a script. Chea wonder it used to be a big deal. Don't don't mix and match domains match and now they're even saying it's a good idea if you had the modern adviser to get a john jay and versatile. I haven't heard that one in the uk in europe of you can get one if you can get all three as great killed three. None of them work get all. They're doing something. I was beating myself up the one thing. I forgot to bring up to joe rogan. When i was on the show recently is The oester Oester home the guy that i met the first time i went on his show in march of twenty twenty. 'cause that guy i mean he really kicked off to me. He kicked off a lot of fear. Mongering and i mentioned it to joe after we were done he said you know holy crap out him like that really rattled a lot of people and it just sent off. So many people into a tailspin and it wasn't appropriate for me to ask. Well how the hell did he get on the show. How did he get books. Why does that why. Why was this guy coming into just fear monger and of course never called to account and even though he doesn't appear on television that much anymore he must be freelancing or some kind of side hustle. He's got this podcast. The oester home update to go. Listen to that. Sit down and get ready. Here's a few clips. What we're seeing really is. An urban suburban community split. And what. I mean by. That is racism if you look at the rate of new daily cases they fallen below three hundred thousand residents in large cities like atlanta boston chicago. Detroit houston minneapolis. New york philadelphia san francisco in washington. Dc you say if you're in locations the pandemic's over however but in less populated areas but nonetheless very diverse throughout the country areas that tend to be more politically conservative and skeptical of vaccines. The virus has lost surging largely from the delta variant. The states with the worst outbreaks that i just mentioned arkansas missouri. Each with more than sixty new daily cases Thousand followed by florida ten nevada ten wyoming nine in utah eight hundred thousand cases and he just kept going. I just want to add. What i think is really a remarkable number fisher. Hopefully give all of us reason to believe that the vaccine are answer. If you look at what we're seeing in terms of number of deaths in this country if you look for the month of may the latest data we have from cdc and well before the delta very took off only about one hundred and fifty of the more than eighteen thousand cova deaths in may were in fully vaccinated. People are less than one percent that translates to about five deaths per day attributed to fully vaccinated americans experienced breakthrough infections particularly in the older population. But that comparison to three hundred deaths per day in the unvaccinated popular whole. I second.
"oester" Discussed on No Agenda
"Yes screens channels. He says should i top off my j. j. vaccine with pfizer shot and of course as we know if you go back and i cook show. I'm going to end up doing for all the early days is going to indicate no goat. Mix these vaccines. The mix and match is my favorite mix and match is one thing but the the i i still think the top off idea was something that could have gone with but as you recall back in march and april as i've said many i'm under show especially today. They made they went on. And on about how you can't mix and match yes. There was alcohol. I thought they could because it was being accepted by these douche bags that these lesser news channels and they were even bring it up as always on a script. Chea wonder it used to be a big deal. Don't don't mix and match domains and now they're even saying it's a good idea if you had the modern adviser to get a john jay and versatile. I haven't heard that one in the uk in europe of you can get one if you can get all three as great killed three. None of them work. They're doing something. I was beating myself up the one thing. I forgot to bring up to joe rogan. When i was on the show recently is oester Oester home the guy. That i met the first time i went on his show in march of twenty twenty. 'cause that guy i mean he really kicked off to me. He kicked off a lot of fear. Mongering and i mentioned it to joe after we were done he said you know holy crap out him like that really rattled a lot of people and it just sent off. So many people into a tailspin and it wasn't appropriate for me to ask. Well how the hell did he get on the show. How did he get books. Why does that why. Why was this guy coming into just fear monger and of course never called to account and even though he doesn't appear on television that much anymore he must be freelancing or some kind of side hustle. He's got this podcast. The oester home update to go. Listen to that. Sit down and get ready. Here's a few clips. What we're seeing really is. An urban suburban community split. And what. I mean by. That is racism if you look at the rate of new daily cases they fallen below three hundred thousand residents in large cities like atlanta boston chicago. Detroit houston minneapolis..
"oester" Discussed on Niner Faithful Radio
"You know if you shore up that right side next mcglinchey with someone he can trust and doesn't have to worry about constantly you know we don't obviously got better on the With center you know tomlinson and williams. They're gonna hold down the left side you know so. I think i'm looking for an overall top five line and lee. Hopefully number one in three and rushing. But definitely i think he can be five overall. Yeah and you know what. I think the will also help. The offensive line is that was not spoken to is how healthy jimmy garoppolo are or healthy. Jimmy garoppolo slash starting quarterback and how you have a real rehim oester a not bringing in players from off the street so i think that maybe having a better quarterback situation and a better running back situation that we did last year you know i i think i don't think the other better able. Yeah i i don't think the line was as good as we saw in twenty nineteen. I think i had a lot with with having her most An athlete jimmy garoppolo for sixteen games. But i don't think the offense was battisson. Play bash. i so. I think that when you upgrade the overall is that you say if you say hey look what would be the difference between twenty nine hundred twenty twenty votes. Maybe getting the ball half a second half second hour. So maybe that jimmy garoppolo who we all know has a fast release definitely want jimmy. Strength is his release. So if you say. Hey jimmy can get that all out that half second the second earlier the nick poland's or cj beathard and that might be the difference between maybe mcglinchey giving up a sack you know. So maybe jimmy getting that ball a half second second out faster could do the different old sudden makes mike. Lucy look a little bit. You know maybe rahim taking you know a a run eighty yards the house. And maybe that ready. That office alive is look at that you know. Maybe he so. I think overall all i'm not gonna say the niners are gonna win the super bowl because of our offensive line. But i would say it's not going to be.
"oester" Discussed on Fantasy Football Overtime
"Can take care the player available exactly so i'm looking at best player available right now. The running backs are pretty gross. We have row. He most kenyan. Drake david johnson ronald jones etc. The wide receivers. We have jalen waddell. Who could be a big time. Prospect for miami chase. Claypool brandin cooks who. I am not high on it. All hollywood brown jerry jeudy so a lot of players that are in the similar tears for me. So what do you do at that point in your draft. There's a plethora of players in the same tier for you as a great question. And that's what. I'm trying to figure out right now. I think what. I'm gonna do here since i shouldn't be needing a running back for the first couple of weeks is lockup brahim oester and simply hope that he comes back from his injury healthy espec- because i won't need him until either one of new orleans or cincinnati's by securely upside pick. I don't hate it. Especially for the beginning of the season he could come out. Be the starter and be phenomenal. Or he could give up his spot relatively quickly and we don't know but like you said you don't need him like you weren't in the same spot i was so i like the most or pick for you. Yeah if i only have one running back absolutely not taking moster because that is a guy that i'm going to need early in the season and it's very possible that most misses some games all right after most calms off david johnson and even know he was still playing traded for deondraye hopkins and has mark ingram and phillip lindsay in his backfield. Now jalen waddell. Trevor lawrence roggio ronald jones and kenyan drake kenyan drake going full three rounds after four rounds after josh jacobs could be some sneaky value. There it's going about six rounds later than last year to sprays definitely definitely one of those guys draft and drake early that goes back to talking about the impact that offseason moves makes of course so pay close attention to where players have gone and what the competition is like kenyan. Drake has lost a ton of value this year. All right so my team right now. I'm like in the team. Zeke aaron jones and david montgomery as my running backs stacked at running back josh allen as my qb mark andrews has my tight end and then the old wide receivers are a little lacking with dj. More byan my wide receiver one so definitely thought process. Here is wide receivers Wide receivers on the board chase claypool. brennan who met won't touch Malcolm brown still jerry jeudy so a lot of good options especially Based on on my projections here with you already having some really released safe floor. Running backs like elliot. Aaron jones and david montgomery does a player. Like willfuller who has a lot of boomer bust attract you or are you avoiding that still one hundred percent. Avoid in right here With his injury status. He's just not gonna play enough games. If i could have a boomer box that played every game absolutely. But i don't know if. I have will fuller in my top thirty six and i still have some wide receivers here who are in my Wide receiver to range so thirteen to twenty four and two of them are actually here. So we'll go ahead and napa both of them Jerry jeudy and as much as i hate the team. I'd love taken wide receiver ones on bad football teams..
"oester" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"And we gotta read between the lines koseki because they drafted a young past county. And you and i have A proponents of and it talked about on the podcast and this kid long at boston college so i think that means that the seconds it's going to get a little bit less play but see. He was sitting in a golden moment where he could get the last of some of these better running backs at that eight nine spot. And i i really think that I really think that he might live to regret it. you know. He's got five grade wide receivers. He can only play four of them I think I'd like to see what he's gonna do running back why he's going to be chasing guys In the ninth I'm a little bit confused about why Couple of these senior doubling their quarterback russell wilson. You certainly don't need aaron rodgers and perhaps brady tobacco burrow burrow and injury situation. But that's an expensive cost for a second quarterback with these very very good players. He's very good wide receivers. That are still important. Yeah just interesting to matthew plague. Or you're just referring to get the borough and brady at quarterback certainly quarter. According to the market on on similarly named receivers he gets deontay devante and devante at receiver now acid formation girl. The other thing. I want to bring up in the round here with with the new england patriots tight ends. We'll get through the ten th round here shortly but hunter henry goes the mandel at the nine seven. Jonnu smith goes off the board at the ten zero The poly ground goes to jason. Gallagher there is that the way that you view do the patriots. Pedants fantasy purses. Would you be drafting. Hunter henry over jonnu smith. I've been interchanging in my drafts. And and now that would have been stack. We can go back there and friend john kerry. He doesn't need any advice for me. That would have been the stack. I would've been interested to see tidying. Would it be a history smith. Because i believe we're going to look at a lot of twenty one personnel. There in new england. Henry is more of a downfield threat while smith is more of the The physicality fritz and good yards after the catch after contact. Both those players very interesting Moving onto the tents around here. We have brandin cooks. Office is a big receiver. run here in the round. Brandin cooks is the first receiver or the first pick of the tenth round. Here brandin cooks. It goes as the number four receiver to brag zima followed by jarvis landry to volition oester miller antonio brown the number three receiver of beg. Your pardon in tampa is number five receiver for studebaker and elephants sake. The monday park where he talked about here to pfleger robby anderson. Where's he going gonna end up in. The pecking order for sam darnold and carolina. That can only be seen what the nfl season starts. He goes to stewart. Kinison's number three receiver rashad bateman off the board after that to mandela's number four. Why jonnu smith is the number. One paid for jason collage and then jalen rager to andy lunn followed by marquees brown. The number one slash number two receiver for baltimore is indeed the number.
"oester" Discussed on The High Stakes Fantasy Football Hour
"You speak that you can get some pretty good data there for less Single digits As far as a success Subscription price goes moving on here in the six round farrell. We left off with lamar jackson in the fifth. I'll try to rifle through this. Because i know we're falling behind a little bit dallas goddard at the six one followed by dak prescott here to beliefs and oester miller kareem hunt off the board the number three running back to studebaker. And then james robinson we mentioned earlier james robinson is the number three running back to pfleger justice. Herbert will be starting at quarterback. Fairly you called it. It's the chargers. Load up by stewart. Kean here at the spot analysis in these second and third and justin herbert here in the sex Bunch of receivers off the board after that. Dj chart to mandel. Kenny golladay and cooper cups who ca- lago and a lund respectively heard about beckham armani. Dos fast is going to be the next tight unselected. He is tight end number. Eight off the board tonight if my math is correct Then you have tyler. Lockett courtland sutton wrapping up the sixth round. Starting off seventh-round eighties is indeed chase claypool the number five receiver for john kerry. Wow that's pretty good have chased play pool as your number five receiver Logan thomas off the board after that as tight end number nine sudan prisoner followed by most or number three running back drafted by hudson. Kurd really juju smith. Schuster to armani. Melvin gordon who saquon. That's andy and then russell wilson. We'll be starting at quarterback for jason gallagher. He drafting from these fix about tonight. Leonard fournette and michael carter for net to diplomat dell. Michael carter the rookie to stewart kane. Joe burrow off the borders the starting quarterback for matthew flag and then a trio of receivers. Jerry jeudy the studebaker tyler boyd. To believe and deebo samuel to vima moving on into the eighth round here. Ronald jones is the third running back drafted by kazimi. That you have. Evan ingram starting tight end for and oester miller at eight. Oh two laviska shenault and devante smith right after that followed by robert. Tonja to stewart kean trae sermon. Be number four running back the second rookie running back drafted by mandel. He goes off the board. Tonight at the specs curtis samuel. You heard the jalen hurts. Pick live on the air for andy ludd. Then you get a bunch of running back. James conner to during their money damian harris to current reeves. Zack moss off the boards..
"oester" Discussed on No Agenda
"This is what i heard from him on. Cnbc this study that. You're talking about involved defies vaccine. I'm on the border pfizer. Of course it was fucking. Can you believe this. Cbs is putting on the board. A board member of pfizer to tell to talk about the rollout. It's this is the georgia russian debt. He was born. I didn't hear it. I'm sorry i think he yeah. I broke the building. This guy. i'm gonna go back and find that report. If cbs put this guy on a board member of pfizer and never once mentioned it. Especially during the intro where it would been mentioned. I'm i'm appalled. The guy who never used the word appalled before on the show. I don't think do correct. It's unique this is he's on every show former. Fda commissioner scott. Gottlieb is on the board of directors of pfizer. I can't breathe when i see this stuff. That's just is our to hold podcasters. The ones to point out the obvious yes. This is how bad it's gotten my. Oh my oh my. The news media doesn't care they're bought and sold by the drug companies and is are being number one with lipa tor and and it. Va grow whatever you call it Devos two drives that debt. Pays the bills for everybody but a letter. Whatever pfizer says goes. Yeah they rule. Hey by the way. You don't want to mess with the guys who gave you the boehner meds probably up there if you guys. Don't let us do this vaccine. We're going to turn off the supply of viagra to the whole country. Imagine this extortion game. They're really turning the advertising dollars. Nobody that's what it is. Nobody cares auto made now. No one cares just about the ad dollars all right. Let's check in with an old favourite also one of these. I mean i think this is just. He's the heat seeking missile. Just keep on doing it. No he's not he's more like this is just throws these big bombs all over the place and in the media still less this guy getaway but i'm talking about michael oester home. This is the guy he's already. Yeah this is the guy. I met over a year ago. Joe rogan studio. Nothing by but talking about the old term would be nothing but a hard on for this guy. Yeah coined a phrase. Yeah thanks phrase. Smooth transition like nice callback. Good one if we were doing A morning zoo radio show Yeah we'd be good at. Hey girl. I think jennifer would be fine. Jennifer could do the traffic weather event that we need then we need to gay. A gay show is show biz reporter. The gift show biz reported and we need a black sports. Need a black guy to do sports ohio. He goes to the big. Those are the shows that are the big big audience. Hey we could do a big audience. Yok exchequer really small guys always wanted waterboy a small black guy dam and then we need some character to show a lot of money. Yeah oh yeah. We'll make so much dough radio guys on. I know like thirty thousand a year. Now radio make good. Money ordered three quarters of a million dollars back ten twenty eighties eighties and nineties. Yeah you definitely new york city. Four hundred five hundred thousand dollars you an morning drive afternoon. Drive your scott shannon and a couple of million anyway so oester home back to him we called out for bullcrap right away with this two and a half million people and he just keeps coming back and now he's on the biden team and he's advising enter. Finally after he keeps saying they were all the hurricane the tornado. We're in the mouth of the monster. Might have the monster. Last time we listen to this. We had just walking into the mouth of the monster. This is the last the last show. This is surge is going to happen. It's not an issue of it's going to happen and if you follow what we've seen in the past Year the upper midwest and the northeast lights up. I they have the first set of cases and then the southern south sunbelt states light up next even though we're seeing few cases not area mark my word and the next six to eight weeks. We're going to see that area light up to. We need to get more vaccine out. And that's the key message right now. You know alison. I take no comfort at all. But i'm telling you right now as you just said we are just beginning to surge and denying. It is not going to help us. We walking into the mouth of this virus monster. So that's how he's been talking for this year so meet. The press finally calls him out on asta home the last time you were on The metaphor was we're in the hurricane that basically things were looking felt rosie and you said hey this is going to get worse. Well you believe we're in the midst of this fourth surge and are we still sitting on a category five or do you think this is a manageable fourth search. Well thank you for having me again. And who i well let me say that at this time we really are in a category five change with regard to the rest of the world doubles down not enough. What numbers you're seeing. But the data icy clearly shows me the science that we're in the middle of the fourth search chuck was wrong with you. I want to ask you about a a mutation within these mutations nicknamed the eek mutation and it it's i guess it's less like a variant in. It's a it seems to be i. It's a calling card of these more violent. I guess more more intense variants here. How concerned are you that this will be the we'll get around vaccines well. I'm concerned about all the variants before november. We really didn't understand that. This virus would mutate as it does and that into her of its mutations can do one of three things one it can be much more infectious to can cause more severe illnesses or three. In some instances it can actually evade the immune protection from the vaccine or from having previously been infected the ic the you're talking about that particular variant edition is one that does evade the protection of the vaccine action not totally but it surely compromises them. We're very worried about this. Oh yeah course. Because it's not gonna work boosters more vaccines god love to know who's paying this guy. He's got some good deals. I think it must be. He may be agency now. That i think about it. Because he's got book deals. I get advice from him. Maybe this will be smart. I mean how did he get on. Rogan rogan's booker is good but we're talking over a year ago it was right before it all started a member. I travel i flew to l. a. too. We weren't locked down or anything people. I think were think yeah. People were wearing.
"oester" Discussed on The Cities of Refuge Podcast
"Barks there is In amsterdam in oester park there is a group of iranian refugees who always play football in one specific corner and everybody knows they are there at certain times so they kind of. I don't know if you can use the word claim but yeah it's they are very present and it's also easy for other people's to participate in that activity people who smoke c. Shine parks attract other. Young people are interested in or play music. You so. I think they don't necessarily change designed but just by being there and by using the space in a particular way it's a new dynamic starts and i've i feel so here from young. Refugees were new into city that these kinds of spaces are important for them because they also can easily blend into a wendy's see somebody speak the language or they make friends easier because people are present in public space and visible yet. What i gather. It's not only at a different types of public spaces. You mentioned barks but also the types of interactions within them. So it's not always you know. We don't always need to be on the lookout for some incredibly innovative art project now so Also the more again they every day. Yeah and they always find it. Really interesting to see How an illiterate public space. How strangers can become familiar just by sharing the same space or by having the same routine you start to recognize other people and from there likes more. Interactions can start people start to not to each other they say hi and these really small interactions in public space. They they don't necessarily always result in friendships. But they have seen. And i remember syrian woman. It wasn't a project that we did together actually syrian women saying that. I don't speak the language but this dutch lady nodding at me mean so much to me because one day. When i'll be able to speak dutch i can say something back to her so in a way that's also finding your way in through interactions in public space have also from that project ills gardens in particular gardening..
"oester" Discussed on The Strategists
"It's not but i just don't think it's necessarily a great tool to achieve better government. Which i think is ultimately the objective. The people think that they want corey. What do you think good idea. Bad overall top line from your from your perspective. This'll be boring. If carter and i just agree so let's go. Why shouldn't there be an escape hatch. If you have a truly terrible politician why should there be no way to pull somebody back in very extreme situations and if we want it to be used just for those extreme situations. Don't the thresholds we've discussed make sense like you wouldn't want somebody recall perpetually for all of the reasons you've are titillated so nicely but there are extreme situations where extreme measures need to be taken and this provides a measure of protection against truly terrible as truly terrible counselors. So why not and. Who's in charge here. We are in charge here. So why the hell shouldn't we have an ability to pull back chain when we need to. You're not really in charge. The the the party than the government is controlled by the party. That wins the most seats and the first thing that that we can see is is the removal from caucus which we talked about in the headlines action today. If someone is like. Sam oester hoffa's as an idiot remove him from caucus if derek sloan is an idiot remove him from caucus that immediately mitigates the impact that that cam that person's going.
"oester" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I. I don't have my reading glasses but people don't have controversial things to say we'll stay on facebook. They'll stay on twitter. Don't get that echo chamber mundane the normal the average right and it's the people who have controversial and that would be great if they weren't ruling over the rest of us but the but the thing that they're not because things like don exist like social dot frito. No no no. I mean like okay so you have you have these these platforms. That don't actually allow Con controversial information to disseminate. Yeah did the one is youtube. So i mean oh probably. Youtube is the worst of this. Because i'll goo tube they have. They have an opportunity for people to make money but then they will lose that opportunity to make money if they talk about things that are in anyway controversial. In any way you can report the truth about china and you will be platform platforms China does a great channel. They've got a brand new Flagging people now to So it's not if it's not only a if you get flagged if you're against are completely unknown community standards but also if you call into question anything that is widely reported that will. Now get you flagged sure and so the my pillow guy got deeply from from a bunch of places but guess what his documentary the truth or whatever i forget the title of it is available on level right so there's a platform allied not claiming the okay. So there's a difference between what is a monopoly in it's hard definition and a market maker As far as any business goes if you're d platform d- from facebook and twitter. The vast majority of the world is unavailable to you. Okay and and that wouldn't be such a big problem except that the vast majority the world is voting. Yeah i mean you know. They can be convinced very quickly that you know somebody's bad and somebody's good and he's are low information voters and that's what i meant by. They have power over. The rest of us is that you know this way. This is why we need communities. This is why we need decentralized communities talking about an nevada. And i wanna talk about that some more because i've been working on this quite a bit and i think i think we're right on the the the precipice of a solution to this particular probably while the the power. That pizzas mentioned isn't the power of the platform itself. It's how they parlay that into political power So if the if the platform itself is what it is it's just a platform there's the bunch of competing platforms pick the one you like best. You could make the claim right now. You could make it. I mean there's plenty of the. The election was close enough. You can make almost any claim and it would be not species the The election was close enough. You could claim that. 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Most extreme weather events in the us have been on the hotter and wetter side in recent years including fires and floods but climate experts say the catastrophic winter storm in texas is another example of global warming. Here's ross brown. Edward my bach is the director of the center for climate change communication at george mason university. He says climate change is a complicated topic and not completely understood. And that might explain. Why the texas energy grid couldn't handle demand during this week storm why the public utility operators across texas worked expecting the possibility of a massive cold snap. They just haven't had time to recognize that as a threat my back says it's believed destabilization of the polar vortex is why we've seen such events as a heat wave in greenland and the severe cold snap across the southern united states amid widespread power losses. Millions of texans have also been advised to boil their water for safety and as first responders texas statewide power and water crisis. Business insider reports republican. Senator ted cruz office asked the houston police department for security detail at the airport. I had a family trip to cancun. Crews claimed the joint was really an overnight trip to chaperone his kids who wanted to vacation with friends. Explain it away as him wanting to be a good dad. Business insider adds an unnamed source said the crews had initially planned to take a united airlines flight back to texas on saturday. His itinerary changed thursday morning a fact that was later also reported on nbc. By peter alexander. It remains unclear if widespread criticism in any way impacted cruises return date. Healthcare workers have often been called heroes during the pandemic but they're advocates say. The sentiment can be quickly forgotten by the public including in some cases their deaths with the help of infectious disease expert. Michael oester home. The saint paul and minnesota foundation recently launched the frontline families fund. It provides emergency grants and scholarships families of healthcare workers who have died from covid nineteen jumping wells with a foundation says the fund is designed for situations in.
"oester" Discussed on Mon Carnet, l'actu numrique
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Anticipating the Logistics of a COVID-19 Vaccination Effort
"You have a highly efficacious vaccine and only a relatively small forty fifty percent of the people get vaccinated. You're not gonna get the herd immunity. You need what we do need is we need to get as many people as possible vaccinated so a lot of work still to be done. As we mentioned astrazeneca today joined pfizer and moderna becoming the third maker now of a highly effective vaccine candidate. Their version said to be cheaper easier to transport one of the that wants the vaccines are fda approved. The next challenge will be actually getting shots into arms across our country and around. The world complicating matters. The trump administration has so far not communicated distribution plans with the incoming biden administration. Back with us again tonight. Is mike oester home. Professor and the director for the center of infectious disease research and policy university of minnesota also happens to be a newly named member of the president-elect's covert nineteen advisory board. Michael i presume this helps that up. Twenty day wait to get your hands on. Everything is better than maybe a forty day weight. And i'm not sure our audience understands you've been forbidden from calling your public health counterparts inside this sitting government before we got actual notification that the transition is underway. So does this help. Thank you brian. It helps a lot. The transition team will immediately begin reaching out to those federal partners. Whether they be at the fda or the nih for the cdc so that we can in fact begin. Planning not just for what's happening now but well after january and so this is a very important development and one that will really help us a lot with the vaccine delivery to the united states. Is it a strange feeling that you're some total efforts are the hit the ground running january twentieth and in some cases you're inheriting wheels. That aren't moving. You're inheriting at administration without as we have this conversation a national plan. Well you know. I think it's really important to remember. We do have a number of really highly talented and skilled scientists within the federal government. I mean tony cheese. A classic example there are many outstanding individuals at the cdc in the fda that have had many many years of career service and really outstanding science development and research and so the fact says that they will still be part of this team. going forward. and i know that The biden harris administration will use that scientific expertise immediately. in addition. is you know the incoming administration is already starting to develop their own plants Whether it be around vaccination testing et cetera. So i think it it will be a good hand off that will occur and i'm excited about the fact that we now collectively all of us can really work together with science as the basic of value that. We're all using to judge what we do. So i think the next several weeks will actually be very positive in terms of what we can do to to move. This administered new administration forward. So that on january twentieth. It does hit the ground running. We have a graphic showing the air traffic currently over the united states. Every icon is an aircraft with people on board all those people leaving somewhere to go visit somewhere to then return home. Is it now predicted in your line of work because of all these people getting together. Despite all the government warnings that we're going to see a bump in hospitalizations and the death toll just in time for christmas. You know brian. This is one of the really sad commentaries about where we're at right now is helping america's understand the seriousness of the situation tonight as we said here we have over. Eight hundred thousand americans hospitals around the country with covid nineteen infections. Many of them critically. Ill are hospitals. Are breaking at the seams right now and so. It's really important that people understand. No one is asking them to sacrifice or to reduce their contact with others. Just for the sake of this is really about human life. it's about maintaining our healthcare systems. So yeah this is a real challenge for us and as you've seen as you know having been on this show a number of times with you you've seen what's happened since labor day. We've gone from twenty six thousand cases a day reported to now we're averaging over one hundred and seventy thousand cases and before long will be well over two hundred thousand cases a day that is going to break our healthcare system so please america understand you know we gotta stop swapping air in. The way we do that is we. Don't do all this. Large crowd related activity. That travel is going to be a problem and I don't wanna see where we're going to be in four or five weeks. It scares me a great deal. Dr michael oester home. Our thanks as always for joining us tonight. Greatly appreciate it. Good luck with your work upcoming
U.S.’s failure to contain the coronavirus ‘mind blowing,’ colder months will be ‘very tough’
"Everything that's happening right. Now was warned of six months ago. Nine months ago. I i'll i'll say it now. I was on the phone with zeke emanuel back in march and rem annual back in march. Zeke had been talking to the president. I said what are you saying until it said. It's gonna be really bad mr president. It's going to be really bad. You got to get ready and as bad as it's going to be in the spring it's going to be worse in the fall. That was the warning. Donald j trump guide in march and we heard every doctor tell him the same thing every medical expert. Tell him this same thing and of course you had the press conference where donald trump assured us that this would not come back in the fall. Dr fauci said yes. It's going to come back in. The fall and healthcare systems are going to be pressed remembered all the times. Donald trump said we had the best testing of the world. We've got more testing. You see that picture of those cars lined up around dodger stadium. The best testing in the world not even close because he reviews time and time again to implement the defense production act remember. Donald trump saying one person coming in from china and then saying it was fifteen. And then saying we're gonna be fine in the fall. Will the fall is here and looking at this at the lines of people waiting to get a test. It's worse now than ever before. Just as donald trump was warned. Back in march by zeke emanuel justice warned by anthony algae on live television in a press conference. And so here. We are coming up to two hundred thousand new infections a day. Over two hundred and fifty thousand americans. Dead and that number is skyrocketing a shortage of testing our hospital system at a breaking point. This was not stupidity. This was willful negligence. And it's on donald trump and its own. Everybody that's worked for donald trump. It's on everybody inside the white house and it's on every republican that kept their mouth shut because they didn't want to insult the president. Oh yeah now. They don't want to insult the president while he's trying to actively undermine american democracy this past year they haven't wanted to upset the president because well he was lying about the coronavirus and a lot of stupid people really ignorant people believing. That's why we saw. Actually the governor of iowa mocking a mask mandate a couple of weeks before the election but after the election now suddenly a mask mandate is good science. This is willful negligence and it is. It is party politics at its worse it is. And you don't have to take zeke manuals word for it. We heard it in the presence. Own voice on those tapes from bob woodward. He said he knew how serious it was. He knew it was deadly. He called it the plague but he said he wanted to play it down. And as you point out there are press conferences we can roll out the tape where the president would get up in that white house briefing room and say it's not coming back in the fall. This is the worst of it. He'd move aside. Dr fact would say it's coming back in the fall. This is coming back in the fall so we are right where everyone told us we were going to be the differences between march and now eight months. We haven't done anything to stop what's happening right now. The judgement of history is going to be incredibly harsh as bad as it feels right now when we have some space for this everyone can look back on it. Hopefully we get through this rather than later. The fact that our federal government led by president trump stepped aside and let this virus burn through the country. It's unforgivable and it's happening right now and if you hear the urgency in the at briefing yesterday you hear the urgency from the cdc here the urgency from the doctors who come on our show. Dr oester home yesterday. Said this is the most serious public health a moment we've had in this country right now since one thousand nine hundred eighteen and we did start acting like it
National Sweetest Day with Travis Osterhaus
"Related to one of those days and I'll be releasing it on the actual date occurs. So let's get to it. What is today's national? Day. Hey y'all. It's a good friend travis sorry for the noise I'd just finished packing a small box. My Mom's favorite treats for today is a special day. It's National Swedish. Day. Swedish day is a day to give a thoughtful gift. Say Something Nice or even do a good deed for another person. I chose this day because I love stories about generosity. So got me wondering. Do you have any podcast suggestions about random acts of kindness or unexpected giving thanks and can't wait to hear what you come up with. First of all travis, how hard is it to say sweetest and not have it sound like Swedish? Today is National Sweetest Day, which is celebrated on the third Saturday. Of October. When one thinks of sweet, they think of Which is worthy. Stay originated from. But doodoo certain circumstances it morphed into a day not specific things that make you need to see a dentist. For my first recommendation, I have a short ten minute mystery from the Ohio mysteries podcast that talks about the history of sweetest day including the fact that it was invented in Cleveland, and that a lot of people outside the region have no idea exists. So give it a listen. Do something sweet for someone and posted on social media using the National Swedish Day. Hashtag. Today's gas is Travis Oester House. I met Travis last year at podcast movement. Travis does not have a podcast, but he has a podcast APP called re pod. Because I recommend podcast episodes in my newsletter and this podcast I'm always seeking out podcasts myself. I subscribe to newsletters I belong to the bell collective and I read a bunch of articles. Replied though is a social APP where people talk about their favorite episodes within podcast player I've gotten so many great recommendations from other APP users. So come, check it out. As a little bonus I'm going to answer Travis's question with one of my favorite podcasts kind world. Unfortunately kind world ended a few months ago, but you can still find all their episodes. In this episode a mother bonds with a clerk at a grocery store who has down syndrome, which make it a little dusty wherever you are. For Third Recommendation Travis Recommends Lake City quite pills from the unresolved podcast. Travis says and I quote this one has a reply. All feel to it in two, thousand, nine, a seventy, nine year old World War Two veteran who was an active editor passed away his death was posted to a ready community by his friend who is also a at
Review: Pixel 4 Battery Life Is Biggest Reason Not to Buy It
"So Andrew so last week Jerry our Anna we spoke a lot about other the other products because we knew that this week the pixel four embargo with launch would would go and would publish our reviews and all would be dandy but I didn't realize until the weekend just how bad the battery life was on the smaller victim and that really really colored my my take and my review in general but yours yours was a little bit more complimentary so let's start there you gave it a four out of five you said that we're all of its battery life news and a few quibbles with motion sense this is a really really good phone but you weren't quite as a few sieve as you are about the pixel three so start with why that is I think this goes back to what we talked about a few weeks ago before we went to the event and got her hands on phone for a long time was you know were I in particular but I think just in general as not even just this site but just viewers were just not willing to give Google as much of a pass as we did in previous years like you've had three successive generations in which you've tried and failed on a lot of the basics of the phone and we just weren't you're willing to do that again and the good thing is that Google stepped up to the the task in multiple ways I think across the board everybody is happy with things like the performance in the software stability things like that but of course the cameras which we'll talk about but the battery life is still horrendous I mean even even on the four xl is passable it's it's quite bad by modern standards and that really is the the biggest thing because nothing else really matters if your if your phone is dead but they also just Kinda whiffed on some other things like motion sense just not being ready for primetime and it's it's just one of those things where I think even though Google outdid itself from last year they didn't they didn't step far enough forward to make up for the fact that people are all kind of fed up with them missing a lot of the basics okay so missing the basics is is an interesting way of putting it because I guess the Pixel is sort of the I phone of the android world where it's more about the experience than the specs so I think that's a bad thing either by the way no no that's just a good comparison like we've sort of tiptoed around that comparison early in the early days of the Pixel Right Pixel on Pixel two but now I think it's pretty self evident that is what Google is intending on when it comes out with the Pixel it wants a phone that is more about the overall experience more about the the the marriage of hardware and software that only Google can provide and also pushing forward on analogies that other companies will hopefully adopt so with face unlock obviously Google is not the first company in the android ecosystem to do face lock but it's the first one to do it like this it's the first one arguably do it really well you can debate a bit about whether it's doing it well but I think it is us and with solely an radar it's not I wouldn't say it's an outright failure but it's it's probably underwhelming to anybody you who sought hyped the way I think it's I think it's effectively a failure now that doesn't mean it can't be going forward but it but it is now it lays the foundation in for what could be a really interesting platform so jerry how do you see this playing out well for one I don't Google has a different understanding of what the Pixel is than most people I think the only thing Google cares about is a really good delivery system for it services they want that this phone to give you the best email experienced the best google assistant experience and they don't care about anything else I agree with that but that's that's where we will make their money google loses money building phones they lose money making android but they make a ton of money aroo else so I don't I don't buy that all only because that's what they were doing with the nexus that's that's really how they were selling the nexus right is that you could get a cheap phone that did android really well Google services really well and I think they gave that up with the Pixel with with the with the next five six P. and that whole messaging around the original Pixel being focused on the camera focused on the hardware and like the nuance of that hardware improving year-over-year between the Pixel one pixel two three now four I I think they would even say it's all about their services anymore I don't think they'd say it out loud but that doesn't mean it's not true a really good cameras just a good vehicle for Google photos that's the way I see things companies only care about what makes them money I'm sure that people that build the Pixel really care about the product but overall Google only cares about ways to make money because that's what all companies do but in any case I eh I think Google has a bit maybe they wear a set of blinders I'm curious if you would take pixel and never visit Google play use a play music for your podcasts or you know use the built in g mail client only use what's on the phone I'm curious what your real life would be like especially if you didn't monkey with any of Google's things that try to save battery because battery life is the big deal with this phone battery life from all accounts sucks and that's that's a problem that you can't overlook no matter how good everything else is if the battery life sucks the phone Kinda sucks and that's sad because I see everybody loving the hardware loving the camera loving the play for the most part loving all these things and then saying yeah but the batteries bad well that that's a problem so I'm curious if it's will not thinking ahead that will users are going to shut this off change this for download this and that's why our batteries too small the crazy thing about that as well as that they again they've had three generations of bad battery life in this small version in particular but even the big one has always been like it's good enough and it and it's you know of all the companies making phones the one that should be looked oh okay seventy five percent of people are plugging in this phone at six pm because that's when the battery dies like it can't be a unknown problem it just has to obviously be funneling into this cost structure of the phone and everything else and saying well we can only do x Y and Z you know we can't do ABC X Y Z and the batteries is one of those things as left off when you look at the Pixel four particularly the small one and you see the battery is smaller it's just it just seems sin downright cynical they they couldn't figure that out when you just actually make the battery smaller that's Kinda crazy at least the forex l. the battery is bigger and it does kinda lasted the day if you really push it but the the problem is that they've made zero strides in battery life in a world air everything from two hundred dollar phones to twelve hundred dollars phones all have considerably better battery life I'm trying to guess what they're thinking I'm sure they're not ignoring it and it's obvious what they're doing isn't working I'm just I just try to guess what what could thinking and I'm mostly at a loss so I mean my my last gasp but imagine the guy drowning putting up his hand nine and no it doesn't work fine it it absolutely doesn't work fine I install twenty-five apps when you know restore the bear the bear foundation of any new phone right I have only a need for you know twenty in twenty to twenty five apps and I'm like Andrew I don't do a whole lot of non non-core things on my phone game streaming yeah I just I do watch the occasional youtube video I'll listen spotify or or pocket casts but I'm not I'm not like a super intense power user I'm I'm a typical user this lasts until five or six PM and that's not acceptable and and everybody who come back at me I stand by my review my review conclusion is that you shouldn't buy this phone it's not you shouldn't buy with caveats it's that you shouldn't buy if you you you should not this phone it shouldn't exist is what I'm saying and I'm not undermining the other good parts of the product I think everything literally everything in motion sense is is salvageable and our positive but if you have to constantly baby at this phone then it shouldn't exist and Google told me that it had a man eight to make the Pixel Foreign Pixel xl identical from feature perspective this was their mandate from the top from Rick Oester low he said make the same phone in two sizes and they didn't want to compromise on making the smaller phone bigger Reid does have a bigger five point seven inch display but that's because it has nineteen by nine aspect ratio so extensively it is the same size as the Pixel three and it is feature complete it is different search is really great but that came at the expense of solely needs to be in there solely is a finite thing ready takes a certain amount of space what's what what do we have to give like what can give the only thing that could give was battery so that's what they did and I think that was the wrong decision but it was a structural institutional decision that they made at the very beginning and they had to carry it through that carried it
A Review of 'It: Chapter 2'
"Today. We're discussing. Sometimes it comes back for you where it's more boring name it. Chapter Two starring Jessica chastain James mcevoy Bill Hater Isaiah Mustafa Jay Ryan James Ran Soon Andy Bear. Some of these people have to just be happy their names on a poster oester. I mean who the hell some of these guys the old spice guy because his name above the title and Bill Skarsgard as pennywise directed by a Andy Machete this is Arnie Coz now playing and the fun is just beginning Ed Stewart and this is the host who still insists he sees the ghost Jacob it aftermath aftermath wow as Stephen King Fan as somebody really into Stephen King around the time this came out of you. Remember dark tower came out right before this. I was actually buying a couple of Stephen King Trotsky to go on my bookshelf with all my Stephen King Books. They're made like a Jack torrens action figuring things and I'm like you know they don't make too much of this so I'll get a couple of these and put them up there. It exploded merchandising for every Stephen King thing. There's a hot wheels Christine. There are more pennywise figures that I can count what I'm not kidding. Wow Yeah so ooh many pennywise toys of all price points this has opened a floodgate on Stephen King that has never been opened before merchandising him to the Gen xers. I think so what does that mean. I mean we all know what merchandise meant and fanning the love of Star Wars. What would it mean to hold a bobblehead. Ah pennywise Ernie called GEN-X. You GotTa Buy Your Co.. POPs gets by stuff by toys by Chachis of stuff you like and Stephen King's. The big caught thing now so let's just how the market is. Is it selling yeah okay. I mean I didn't buy any of it. The moment you know what I liked about it when it was niche and there was like two things I loved it when every week. I'm getting an email this new pennywise doll for two hundred dollars. I'm like fuck it pennywise varian Syrian funk. Oh pops are there. Oh my God so many long tongue pennywise bloody pennywise smiling pennywise frowning penny wise spider pennywise okay this kind. It helps me understand why you were so into skarsgard. They've really been able to magnify what was a very small part of the film really wasn't in that many scenes and by my impression Russian he was only good in about half of them so how he has lived on in the minds of the viewer is through merchandise he made an impression he scarred us and and now two years later he's coming back to finish the job yeah and again. I'd equate to a Freddy Kruger. I'd think it's the closest thing we've had to a horror icon. In a long time and Freddie never had that much screen time it was people talking about Freddie and Robert Englund Cameo films. You know so and I think merchandising we've made every Jason we've made every Friday. Oh my God pennywise we have something new to sell but the highest grossing nightmare on Elm Street movie wouldn't begin to touch the gross of of this fill it goes well beyond the reach of a horror audience. I mean this. There were people in my neighborhood I walk my dog and churchgoing folk who I would never suspect suspect to have opened a cover of Stephen King said. Oh it's coming out soon people. I would not imagine demographics that do not see any other horror. Film are are coming out this weekend and why the impression I got was they really loved the kits. Yeah I think that I it was huge and almost every viewing was sold allow. When I went to go see this Friday night theaters packed yeah you can keep going on about penny wise and I think you're right for a certain level of people that loves horror ICONOGRAPHY. That's a thing thing but I feel like in mass. The reason why this is so beloved because it goes those children were so good and it connected to childhood so well and that's the struggle of chapter or two. I know that the kids are coming back in some role but the torch is being passed. It will now be for new actors. That didn't even have the job when the first movie he came out. What's funny is before it chapter one came out the sequel was in pre production. You know the studio knew what they had right and so when they were you're doing pre release interviews with the cast they asked the young kids who would you like to play you and Young Beverly said Jessica chastain and that kind of makes sense I mean chastain had had worked with Michetti before and I mean how many red headed actress sent me as I mean. It's either her Dallas Broward Sophie Turner from X. Expend Dark Phoenix twenty seven years later. That's great highlight store here. Maybe and then Wolford said Bill Hater. Those actually happened yeah yeah. I don't know how much they had already envisioned for chapter to win. Two years ago it blew up. They had talked about it. The whole way through one is what it was. They kept saying if we do a two. Let's leave this hook here. Let's leave this here. Let's leave this vague enough here. They knew if the movie was successful while filming part one in sixteen. If this did well we would want to bring the kids back would want to have some flashbacks but we're gonNA focus mostly on the adults and they had vague the ideas but they did never script yeah they knew the parts of the book they had left behind and so that was a lot of material is a big ass book. They could make lots of movies out of what was remaining remaining of that but they didn't have a script. They didn't have a cast again. It wasn't called Chapter One. They shape the experience as total you could just watch that movie the and be done and that was the studio's. Choice Warner Brothers did that the makers want to call it the losers club so that it had a hook there for a second one and and I think the compromise was chapter one at the end credits. I stand by that. I think that movie does work as a standalone if it had bombed and we never got chapter two I think that would still be a satisfying the movie as far as the art goes and I appreciate that I like it when movies tell a story instead of teas another film to come out at some other point I also think I think that there is a lot of ret conning done in the film. We're here to talk about today. Oh yeah they didn't create a first chapter that set up a lot of things they're we're going to do in this film. That's why there's so many flashbacks yeah they had to correct it by bringing the kids back and they did d. h. them with CGI because kids at that age you know two three years later look very different. I noticed height differences. I noticed like some who were shorter than beverly in part one out taller than beverly only in part to but they made the faces look younger yeah. I noticed that at times. They look a little bit plastics. Oh okay that makes sense because they D- aged Regata de age. These teenage kids not only like that but I noticed some of the lip sync work. That ain't his voice. You know your voice changes to three years later. They can't say the lines like they would've in the summer of one thousand nine hundred nine so oh yeah you just get people that kinda sound like them but are not them. Jack Dillon Grazer was the one who looked most distracting to me like for some reason his face just look blake an old man made into a child and but this is expected to be huge based off the first one I mean the first one broke records chapter. Two is breaking a record. It's the Whitest ever released for an R rated film with over forty five hundred screens in the US alone and they were saying hundred ten million two hundred twenty million this weekend. It's already falling short of expectations though it is it made less in preview screenings than the first film. It's estimated now. It's going to make less over the weekend than the first film. What did the first film do. The first film got one hundred thirty five million the first weekend. I guess I didn't see that opening weekend side there. Wasn't the big crowd. I didn't realize I was so big right away. I thought that kind of had a slow burn so it's looking like this will be perhaps second-biggest and they're now readjusting estimates down to ninety ninety million. Maybe as low as eighty million compared to one hundred thirty five million for the sequel. I gotta think some of it is you don't see kids and is not an eighties period piece. The nostalgia culture isn't there to draw in the big audiences. I know when I saw it chapter one opening weekend. Neri empty seat in the house. When I saw this opening night it was about a two thirds full on the APP but a lot of people didn't show up like all the seats around me were Phil on the APP and people just didn't come. I think that's the result of that. AMC stubs premier as you can buy tickets for no money so you reserve seats and like I'm decided not to go interesting house in the same screening as you Arnie for Thursday I max we didn't see each other until after after it was all over with but I did also go back and saw matinee on Friday. There was almost nobody there so I have not had the experience that this is something the masses asses are turning out to but the numbers are saying something different even at one hundred million if that's less than expected. That's an amazing opening. That's huge yeah for an R rated Orville. Matt is amazing and like I said packed when I saw it. I do wonder when the reviews started coming out and I always avoid reuse but you always see headlines in that. There were some concerns turns and I wonder if that scares some people away like they were not buzzing like with chapter one. I didn't hear anything I didn't see any reviews before going in but this movie cost cost twice as much as the first one bigger actors in it so if it makes less this one costs seventy million dollars they had budget built in for de aging kids and they had named named actors who we know and some of whom need to redeem themselves from an earlier x men film this summer and needs a show they still can do good budget built in so they didn't have that crap. Raffia from the TV series and it's also longer they can't screen it as many times in a day because it adds. It feels like another hour. It's not quite that it's more more like forty five minutes but still it's two hours fifty minutes. It's almost three hours. We're talking to vendors level length here well. The first chapter one was also over two two hours but this goes beyond that by at least forty minutes so again for lots of reasons. If you know the book and hold the opinion I do the best stuff.
Why the app economy wont touch your Christmas tree
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Why the app economy won't touch your Christmas tree by Owen Thomas from business? Welcome back to tech chronicle if you choose to deck your in box with gave verbiage make it this newsletter used Christmas tree there's not an app for that in a non demand world can't just push button and get a Christmas tree my fellow journalists. Kara Swisher joke is that San Francisco is assisted living for millennials though. This particular query came from a boomer colleague, it seems like some combination of just in time logistics gig workers and magical ELS ought to be able to just put a Christmas tree in your living room. And this is the crucial invasion here. Folks, take it away when you're done. It turns out there are plenty of services that will get you a Christmas tree Dali and on-demand moving service which operates in the bay area has a seventy five dollar tree special. Delivery included, though, a tree stand his extra lights and decorations though for that you're on your own. Or maybe task rabbit, which offers a variety of holiday services, including event, decorating and lighting installation. Balsam hill sells pre lit plug and play Christmas trees, but does not accept returns after December twenty fifth. So forget about sending it back. If you're feeling ecological friends of the urban forest will rent you a tree for ninety five dollars. But pick up and delivery our on you. Hello task grab it again plant, man dot com. Interior scape will deliver and pick up a live Christmas tree for two hundred dollars up. But it's strictly a phone or Email joint. So no online ordering. It's twenty eighteen somehow all of our instant gratification takes too long. Consumer needs have not been met by the internet. If that's not an argument for a long, boom. I don't know. What is what I suspect is keeping people away from this market is the burden of what's called, reverse, logistics. That is getting rid of stuff consumers no longer want returns and exchanges, but devil online retailers for simple items, like apparel electronic. Can you imagine the costs for a business of decking, your warehouse halls with artificial Christmas trees that are only used once a year? It's far easier to put the burden of storage or recycling on the customer wasteful, though. That may seem when I get a pitch for a Christmas, tree pickup and delivery service all top to this bubble until then enjoy the old fashioned burden of going out hauling home etry and lighting it up the old fashioned way. That's how Ramona lump terrier will be getting her tree at any rate. Please don't put an internet connected light. Switch on the thing. Owen? Thomas quote of the week. The best thing about participating about the future is no one ever checks. If you were right. New media veteran Elizabeth Oester on the internet history podcast coming up markets are closed Wednesday for the state funeral president George H W Bush what I'm reading Rebecca Shuman tries to figure out when the nineties actually ended long reads a ban on gas cars JD. Morris looks at one California legislator who's trying to win us off internal combustion San Francisco Chronicle without the work partnership of Jeff dean and Sanjay gigawatt. Google might never have become Google James summers. Writes, a New Yorker speaking of which San Jose approved Google's one hundred ten million dollar land deal for a huge downtown development in the early hours of Wednesday. Rowland Lee reports San Francisco Chronicle.
The Alexa Podcast - Episode 11
Lea Michele Reflects on Cory Monteith's Legacy 5 Years After His Death
"In judy's news brought to you by kars for kids mostly cloudy eightyfive degrees at o'hare an outbreak of an intestinal illness and in some cases has been linked to mcdonalds salads has sickened ninety people in illinois the public health department says about a fourth of those who contracted cyclones pariah sis reported eating mcdonalds salads before getting sick cases of their illness reporting counties all over the state including cook governor round or married a same sex couple last month but that's not being toasted by some socially conservative groups the groom saved the runners are great friends of theirs in wonderful people the illinois family institute says it's a reminder that the governor has a social agenda but it's not conservative or republican now the chew brazilian boys detained by immigration agents in chicago have been reunited with their fathers there is concern about one of them heading to a facility in pennsylvania with his dad in a lot of litigation centered mostly on whether burqas properly licensed told children your license has been revoked and then administratively reinstated and then appealed so the entire stash of the berks disability is the subject of a large amount of litigation attorney tom yardley representing one of the families the department of justice has reopened its investigation into the nineteen fiftyfive killing of emmett till whose death sparked the civil rights movement he was abducted and brutally murdered in mississippi by two white men for whistling at a white woman but last year she admitted fabricating her testimony in a book written by duke university historian timothy tyson wrestling with the legacy of the atlantic slave trade we're wrestling with slavery kind of racial caste system and a river of unpunished blood till was from chicago amid threats of a trade war with china mayor emanuel had what he calls a productive meeting with the country's vice president emmanuel met with chinese vice president she sean and hopes affirming up a deal to have chinese firm build a factory in chicago to manufacturer c k railcars the mayor says the one hundred million dollar factory on the south east side would create three hundred fifty jobs america's increased tariffs on chinese goods threaten the deal but mayor emanuel says after meeting with government officials and executives the project is still moving forward does not pungo wgn news that viral video showing a man berating woman last month has now led to the resignation of cook county forest preserve officer and hate crime charges timothy tribals harassing the woman for wearing a t shirt with the puerto rico flag on it now facing to hate crime charges will appear in court for a bond hearing tomorrow meantime the officer accused of not helping her resigned wednesday i'm sincerely sorry that this happened i've seen the video and i'm outraged that this would happen anywhere let alone and especially sad that it happened in our force reserves that's the head of the forest preserve district arnold randolph says patrick connor did not leave in good standing in an investigation into his conduct continues wgn sports here's kevin powell thank you judy the blackhawks and arizona coyotes have struck a deal the centerpiece marian hosts his contract which runs through twenty twenty one there's a five million dollar salary cap hit each season that the hawks wanted to clear so they move hosa along with vinny headed stroz in jordan oester lead in return for four players including forward marcus krueger he spent seven seasons in chicago won a couple of stanley cups obviously really i mean couldn't be any anymore happy and ready to go and the overall really excited be back also got a third round pick in next year's draft in a classy move by marian halsey has a no trade clause in his contract but he understood the situation he waved it allowing the hawks to trade him in his contract off night for the cubs and white sox both back at it tomorrow night sokolow host the royals will have it here at seven ten cubs will be in san diego at wimbledon serena williams has advanced to our tenth final at the all england club and plenty of pro golf locally this week in highland park.