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Dr. Sam Pappas Explains His Integrative Holistic Approach With People
"Different kind of medicine. And the first time I met you, we sat down, we spoke for hours, about all kinds of things, but it was a holistic approach that didn't say, okay, what's the one thing you're suffering from now oh here's a pill go off and see if it works. Can you explain what form of mets in that is? And why you think it's what we all should be practicing? Well, I like to say I kind of take the best of traditional academic allopathic medicine with health and wellness and an interest in the why. Allopathic means what? It means a traditional medicine where you're looking at diseases and asylum. You have a heart problem. You're attacking a problem one by one. Yeah, exactly. Kind of like a disease. But then also looking at this terminology called integrative, wellness, holistic, we're kind of asks, you know, what's the why of the problem? And I try to bring in my unique interest in biographies and people and I believe that each person is worthy of a personalized unique relationship. I think the doctor patient relationship is therapeutic in and of itself. Which is why I want to know how many books you've read on Odysseus as you told me. And of course in history and your goals and your interests. And also, your lifestyle, because you could have a proclivity to diabetes, or you could have issues with insulin and maybe it's a function of how much sleep you get. Which aren't usually questions. I think this medicine and your suppress that phenomena, but what if it's a lifestyle issue? So you actually, in a nice way, you interrogate your patients to see, okay, what are the many factors that could impinge upon this one thing we're seeing in, for example, you do extensive
Dr. Sam Pappas: We've Learned Natural Immunity & New Treatments Work
"So now we have multiple vaccines. Now we have France's Collins and others saying, yes, there are issues of heart inflammation, myocarditis. We have gone much further than what you helped me with originally, which is hydroxychloroquine, the Z pack, then Ivermectin came along now. We have the new nova, the new vaccine that's still under testing. Novavax. So tell us about what we have learned in just the last few months about COVID and the way to treat it. Well, we've learned that natural immunity is fantastic. We kind of knew that already, but it's been proven now multiple multiple times, but still not acknowledged, so we know natural immunity is a great place to be in a safety net. We know that many, many more treatments are out there and as the variants have gotten weaker and the new variant omicron and I want to listeners to know that's how you pronounce it. It's omicron. Yeah, not Omni cron. So you know, I had a trachea. I actually found that the British, I went and I checked with the 83 year old Professor of anatomy at Stanford from the UK and it is tricky and not in America. But in the original, real English, it's tricky. That's an intro from the last excellent. You do your homework. So we've learned that with the new variants that the treatments are much more effective that less people are getting hospitalized and having serious complications. It's a milder version. And attacking mostly the upper, which is less dangerous. Once it goes into the lower into the alveoli, that's really dangerous, especially for the elderly. Exactly. But I'm a little different than a lot of my peers who are for early treatment. Many of them say, well, only if you're 50 or above, and my take is, this can have a chronic component to it,
Dr. Sam Pappas: The Science Community Has Shown to Be Inhumane
"You came in here to discuss your COVID action plan, we're going to talk about the update that I've just received from your lovely colleague Tamara. Let's begin it right there. As a medical professional as a scientist, how dangerous is it for one individual to say, I represent science and I mustn't be questioned. It just reminds me of what the Greeks said about hubris, right? And it's been 90 seconds and he's already brought up the Greeks. That you beat your record. That's impressive. That's good. But you're right. This is the definition of hubris. And you know, you and I talk about the humanities and education and I believe in the noble critique from within, but the science community has really shown to be anti humane. Right. And to think that one person or one organization has all the answers, I mean, many, many of my colleagues are really scratching their heads now. And people in my small circle of healthcare providers and super moms, we saw this ahead of the curve, but now the group has been enlarging and many people are seeing these
Musical theater legend Stephen Sondheim dies at 91
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting towering musical theater master Stephen Sondheim has died I comic songwriter Stephen Sondheim a giant in American musical theater has died attorney Rick Pappas told The New York Times Sondheim died Friday at his home in Roxbury Connecticut he was ninety one Sondheim who was taught by the legendary Oscar Hammerstein wrote the lyrics for nineteen fifties American stage classics West Side Story and gypsy early in his career six of Sondheim's musicals won Tony awards for best score he received the Pulitzer Prize for something in the park an academy award for the song sooner or later from the film Dick Tracy five Olivier awards and the presidential medal of honor hi
The 'Moderate' Democrats We Need to Defeat Next Election
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The Most Egregious Politicization of Health Policy in US History
"Let's talk about the therapeutics that made my covert experience the mildest case of the flu. I've ever had thanks to my doctor. Dr sam pappas on hydroxy December last i had three days of the sniffles felt a little bit tired and that was my experience. Not only that. I don't know why you left it out of your by but it says euros an officer in the. Us army reserve medical costs. God bless you doctor barky for everything you do and are doing to get the truth out there. Let me just start right at the beginning to the mirror. In twenty five years of practice serving your fellow man have you ever ever seen such an egregious politicization of health policy in our nation. Doctor never dr gorka at and it really makes me sad to say this. But some of our healthcare agencies like the fda the cdc unfortunately were realizing now have been captured by industry. And what i mean by that is the funding from the fda in the cdc about fifty percent come from the organizations that their charter to oversee. So the fda used to be entirely funded by taxpayer dollars as it should be and the fda is supposed to work for the american people to keep them safe to oversee pharmaceutical companies including vaccine companies. But now they're funded by the industry in the end the groups they are supposed to be overseeing and
"pappas" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
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"pappas" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"And it's like so it doesn't have to be not everything has to be the most publicized thing it's like oh maybe only people read your book review. I never read those. But it's there for the people who need them that's actually pointing ever thought of. It's like you've bought it. You're in now. You decide what you read as opposed to them trying to make you go. Hey look at me. I got no tits over here. We look at my tits. That's what they do now. Yeah they've basically made us into rubberneckers by by their stories are analogous to let car crashes. Everyone's dying it's always back genio. Del rights is book about the occult attention economy and how you're constantly being needed to be on there and and move lost the the ability to just take a walk with your hands behind your back and randall park and just like think and like we stop and smell a rose instead of quickly picture of it and like the meeting you to be active on all things what are you doing. What are you accomplishing And the phone. Bad one. Four but Even something like spotify where it's like. There's evil there but it's like it knows what you're into and it'll suggest new stuff that are already into and it takes out any chance like encounter of like what's your car and your under different things like what is this right. Oh i never. I never got into metal. Is this new medal. I like it or reggae. or whatever it is. I've been listening to the radio. She goes. I listen to the radio in the car. Because that's just giving you random shit it's not made specifically for you and turn off spotify when you're in the car and it is and then some other christian radio just like it really in the car. It's just like i don't know it's just funny to hear the dj's talk right. Chris like chris. Rock chris rock. It's finally hit a songs. To where like willie allude to jesus or you're the light of my life kinda shit. Can i take you higher before. I knew that was about. Jesus i mean that's kinda was let. Yeah a lot of them are listed. Dake you scott. Oh yeah create. Create the killers. Chris rock band. Fuck it ruins. I love the killers. Their christian rock. Shit you won't have everyone agreeing with this. But i've seen them live a few times at music festivals on the khanna drugs that will let you analyze it like perfectly inaccurately no hurriedly without a ugo. So what so what did you take. Their songs are not anti-christian which is never like fuck this chicken a you know it's never. Nwea songs half an half the songs if you picture with that with that lens of their singing about christ and christian values oh i hear it now for sure. Is that only. Because you're jewish and you maybe a little paranoid. Christians are everywhere. No he's also a avowed. Mormon mormon talks about how this is all. I researched after. I found out there. Were chris rock band have found out he says was on the christian male right now christian. Just whatever it's like in the media which i'm not that much. Yeah but like he's chris. Rock does the best at it but are christian rock band. Wow that's that's a little bit of a shock to me. I admit that could ruin it for you. It kind of but next time you hear. I mean if you hear whole album got so but not a soldier who thinks about souls that much at south black people for sure their questions christians for most part..
"pappas" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Church remember them. Yeah and they were. They were a big. Yeah yeah that was my biggest. My number one like wish. I could have got an interview and didn't is fred. Phelps from the westboro. We're the the signs with the gays are going to hell right protests. Those guys are fucking hilarious very because they went to cancun like they they those printed out some in have. I'll make these exactly exactly. They didn't yeah. I once got a cake for rogan on his birthday We're in schaumburg or something. Yeah and so. There was a mall next to the club and i went. I was fortieth birthday or something. So i went to a mrs fields and they have those big cookies so i was like. Hey can you autograph this in icing. He's a kiss show. What am i happy. Birthday and then And the guys like four. So on my. I don't know if i could say this. I'm like and then it's like okay. So the word is spelled f. a. and then and then Jujio and then to. And i'm like looking at the whole time like he's like okay. Go to this. I'm like thank you but like you know you're so risky going. No did it. You did it. Yeah yeah man. I love that. I forgot about that. You have to get like a foreign who has no idea what i see. What's gonna care about that like at all like correctness sir. Can you give me the money. I put what you want. On there i made Louis ahead pedophile shirts for skiing. I i remember that one place coming in other was like who is this guy interested Some will only some not all rate but the good thing about that is if anyone questioning and they're like who's the guy your let me show you video and they're like okay. I'm not that yeah that for you Oh so no emotion at but like why so okay. So people they go to just a random barrels of fallen soldiers and they say they're basically the u. of churches. So here's where i go too far. I don't think iraq. The here's what i think they go too far..
"pappas" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"A guy named joe mentioned some guys claim to be a prophet. You like what's your name. And he's like steve. I'm not fucking taking my family for a guy with a normal name. You gotta have like a your name has have some gravitas joe. Joe smith to joe smith smith who was a forward on the maryland. They're everywhere from his great. It was great. He's to people like oh suddenly. Yeah st francis roy. Who are these guys. Yeah both kind of busts. See francis have kind of debt base. They were okay but yes. Kind of a bus agree with that. Yeah based on. Like the potential see francis. He was like an athletic fina but like any scored allow limousine in iverson style guy. He was explosive. Joe smith would say it was more of a boston. St francis a little bit but he had a solid career. joe smith. Yeah also those guys. It's funny because you like like. Oh what a bus and to him. It's like well listen. I was only. I wasn't highly recruited. Came out of nowhere maryland a year or two and then i was like a backup for most of my career but like i was pretty sweet. It's pretty good. Four years after being an recruiter barely recruited guy to be like i'm in the nba making two point four million dollars a year. Yeah every year. Yeah wonder how. Much joe smith's network it it's going to be. It's going to be a lot more at this table. Looks very stereotypically jewish there. We got candles and money on here. Close to a minora. If we had a couple more candles we could definitely say some blessings. We're looking at joe smith net worth. Which is the only time this will ever happen on. A podcast. joseph's network. Yeah for sure. Sto smith net worth. And here's the thing. When i searched for joe smith's network a lot of different joe. Snacks are gonna just with basketball. Could he's worth over fifteen million. It could american. Jesus could come and it could be like well. Joe smith was worth twenty camels and twenty cows. One point three former joe smith was Went from earning one point. Three million a year over year to one hundred fifty seven thousand dollars in debt. So he's oh he's a he's the bad case he went the other way. Oh no invest wisely. He didn't get into a car wash business which is extra dykstra. Charles oakley former athletes love fucking car washes why money launder money laundering. And why. I think. It's i don't know that's a good question. They like cars and they wanna clean them. Hoes issue anymore screwed you. They love their cars stood. Maybe they wanna clean up. I don't know it's a good question. They got me on that on sixty million. He earned more than sixty million during these planes and has gone. Listen i get. I get not thinking. Hey this is a short. I can't play when i'm fifty five and so but not planning for that. I understand you should plan for that. But i get not planning for that right while you're an nba player like yeah. I'm going to go to the four seasons right. I'm going to have nice things. I'm not going to be like..
"pappas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"After fifteen minutes of being in the same room with somebody you're breathing in the same air. Okay so let's get past this ridiculousness because it doesn't work that is the mid guel escobar physician's assistant addressing a school board meeting in edinburgh. Where he said you are making decisions that you don't know anything about i. I'm a practitioner. I am in the field and you need to know the truth. The whole video is posted on. My social media feeds on twitter on instagram on facebook. Watch it after the show not now after the show but let me use it to ask dr peppers you're successful physician and i don't want to put words in your mouth but isn't this. Perhaps the most disturbing thing of the last two years is our inability to just talk openly and honestly without censorship about our health. It's my first time my twenty plus years that a pharmacist would say. I don't agree with that treatment. All refuse as i've been told right. I refuse to fill out a legal prescription some politician. A governor doesn't like the incumbent in the white house for some other reason shortly that's against everything your profession stands for exactly and it's you know we are as we said the fog of war and i think one of the points. That gentleman mentioned that because important is the flu. We thought we had conquered it. But the reality is we were labeling flu patients as kovic. Yes and it's important now in this future fall and winter flu season because shimin for flu is differentiated for kobe. So for example like the steroids would not help. Fluid help cohen. Yeah so patients who weren't doing well in the hospital. So are we going to be taught by adversity. As the greek side had it again or are we gonna learn slick or we gonna laugh at that and he looks to me right now. We're learning the wrong lessons. I with with the audience. God bless you and what you your whole team tomorrow and everybody else is doing. It's time to be honest about these things we're talking to. Sam pappas follow him. Check out his amazing covert. Newsletter pappas health dot com the action. Plan pappas health dot com and we updated. Bet you did for the For your listeners do that. We had good.
Dr. Sam Pappas on Health Censorship During COVID-19
"Censorship about our health. It's my first time my twenty plus years that a pharmacist would say. I don't agree with that treatment. All refuse as i've been told right. I refuse to fill out a legal prescription some politician. A governor doesn't like the incumbent in the white house for some other reason shortly that's against everything your profession stands for exactly and it's you know we are as we said the fog of war and i think one of the points. That gentleman mentioned that because important is the flu. We thought we had conquered it. But the reality is we were labeling flu patients as kovic. Yes and it's important now in this future fall and winter flu season because shimin for flu is differentiated for kobe. So for example like the steroids would not help. Fluid help cohen. Yeah so patients who weren't doing well in the hospital. So are we going to be taught by adversity. As the greek side had it again or are we gonna learn slick or we gonna laugh at that and he looks to me right now. We're learning the wrong lessons. I with with the audience. God bless you and what you your whole team tomorrow and everybody else is doing. It's time to be honest about these things we're talking to. Sam pappas follow him. Check out his amazing covert. Newsletter pappas health dot com the action. Plan pappas health dot com and we updated. Bet you did for the For your listeners do that. We had good fabulous
Dr. Sam Pappas on Post COVID-19 Exposure Prophylaxis
"Well. Quick example. a patient of mine. Who's in her forties. I'd her husband. Why don't know is in his forties have teenage son. He came in with a cold. Attorney was covert. The husband got vaccinated. It seemed like because work had said he should get yup. She did not. She didn't think she needed it which was fine. She says what. Can i do out. I read about post exposure prophylaxis My son is doing great. It's like a cold. And i said you can take some therapeutic ivermectin you after exposed from coming down with it as them mexican after the fact exactly zik right her husband. Ironically the vaccine dacoven now. Fortunately he did well and you know you have done worse if he didn't right but that's an example of she says you know i've read this and she's the supermom and i'm gonna take ivermectin As i was mentioning before the monoclonal antibody regular ron has a research paper. They just did that. Said you know supposedly giving an iv shot of this monocle body. We now have an under the arm shot. We can give in the house if someone's been exposed so we have multiple options. What i did originally on your advice. Hydroxy chloroquine worked for me. After i caught the corona virus. I'd three three days of a little bit tired. Little bit of sniffles. That's it now. We have ivermectin. We have z pack. We have
Addison George, From Naperville Central High School, on Mask Mandates
"Central in april. I got the co vaccine. As soon as i was eligible even though i already had kobe last year and i knew i wasn't at high risk of getting it again. I did this. I could be free from all restrictions placed on me over the past year. I did it because all the adults. My life told me it would help those more vulnerable. They told me. I could finally live my life again without masks without quarantines and without remote school. I've done everything the adults have asked me to do. And now you want me to wear a mask again for eight hours every day at school. Who am i really protecting by wearing a piece of cloth. Every single student and teacher in naperville central is eligible for the vaccine. Every single person can make their own decision and about what risks. They're willing to take an. I should be allowed to do the same for myself. You might think it's no big deal. Where mask all day but for me. It is a big deal so this young girl. Who did everything she was told to do. And now they've moved the goalposts they want her as vaccinated young girl to wear masks eight hours day in school and so number one their health consequences for these kinds of policies not just psychological ones and you call it the figures to me from dr maccari. Who's johns hopkins darkens. Yes so. I've used his figures that a stunning the mortality rate for children in america who catch cove. It isn't one percent isn't half a percent. it is zero point. Zero five zero point zero five and these young kids are being told moscow up. Then you've talked about this myocarditis the inflammation of the heart which can be caused by some of the vaccines. You're seeing in children. The average rate normal rate for this inflammation
"pappas" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"That and we felt that took place in your sport. Now thank you. I agree. I'm female weightlifter. But that kinda sums it up and if you didn't see the video three of them three of them sitting there and one of them just gather bottle pull moscow up had a drink and then said no thank you. Tell me a signs tonight. It's called x y chromosomes. That's talk about health in-studio none other than the man. I go to for my personal health. Dr sam pappas of pappas health in studio to answer all your questions about. Can i say the phrase finally post. Covert dr peppers. Welcome great to be here. So i have a show. We come every every afternoon. We sit down before the show. I gotta a stack of articles to talk about. I have my show prep by our broken down guests and cops and everything else today. Just put that way for a second. I got a whole page of questions for you. Why because it's strange that let's begin here. Isn't it disturbing. How many things in the last year and a half when not allowed to talk about or information that we can't access about normal health questions. Dr pappas it's like the fog of war and my patients of all backgrounds want to know and are thirsting for more information absolutely the fog of war perfectly put from fun clouds of. Let's let's try and spend this next hour dispelling. Some of this fog of war get a little bit of information so we have better certitude on what we should be doing about our health not listening to mandarins necessarily but making decisions based upon our consultation with medical professionals like dr peppers who i trust implicitly with my health. So let's stop. Let's look backwards. Delta delta variant countries are being locked down again. Australia horrifically for land of guys. That used to be fun until recently has three deaths in the province and they shut down the whole province for the sixth time in a row otherwise on the streets of france hundreds of thousands of people protesting mandatory vaccinations. What should we know about the delta. Is it super scary. What can we know about variants. will i. i'm excited that. They find decided to change the names to greek letters as the greek. He's in favor of that. Yes so you don't have to say something about that and we will mention the olympics. Of course which is the greek show. The delta variant is one of a number of variants. we've had Most of my patients didn't know they were in the delta variant right. We've had it for a few months. It's been building up. Other places. Like india had it first where came from in the uk so we know it's treatable but probably spreads more. So what i have heard. And tell me if i'm wrong because you are here to correct me. It's not some new super scary deadlier variant. But for some reason it's easier to transmit and sometimes you may not even know if you're carrying it. Is that sound right. So generally viruses historically have always try to get into the host so they often are less lethal but more transmittable. And i like to say that you know infectivity equally valid and we know from uk for example that the mortality rates delta very inter- much less than the alpha variant the original virus So that goods shoe so we shouldn't be more scared of it right on the other hand productively as you know. My feeling is covert worthy of treatment. We don't know why but some people have chronic symptoms My concern is our people who are vaccinated. Gonna get this And have chronic symptoms and think. They're you know foolproof and don't have to worry about it so can i stop you there for a second. 'cause this is one of the most disturbing things that i experience of. Somebody's hand covert. Now thank the good lord. I knew you you'd prep to me. Intimately on hydroxy chloroquine on z pack on vitamins and so forth. But then out of over caution because we were meeting my eighth year old mother-in-law before christmas my wife says we're gonna get the whole family check for cove it just in case just in case okay. Fine everybody's clear except me. Margins test positive. My nose had been running the night before. So i test positive and the it wasn't a it was a doctor who tested me a doctor at a clinic. Who wants i tested. Positive came in with the bad news and said go home and rest and i'm thinking. Excuse me i've been having long conversations about these therapeutics about what's effective. What options. I have an i heard this again and again and again people being sent home is that the hippocratic oath. Well someone said very well you know. Unfortunately courage is not on the medical school application. And we've had this group think in no time in history and we decided that we're just gonna keep home. Even the flu would say try. Some treatments young and again our patients across all different backgrounds and ages or thirsting for treatment. They're doing whatever we're told to do. They want to do more so we tell them. Hey listen other. Parts of the world are using treatments and vitamins. You would say and other things and other modalities and monoclonal antibodies Let's make a plan so we were happy to go around the obstacle and say. Let's get you some treatment The doctor patient relationship is therapeutic in it of itself. We can make a decision without an organization saying this is good or bad so talk to us. Use the phrase as we're preparing for the show used this indication that it may not be the virus itself that we have to fair as much. But you use this phrase waning immunity. Can you unpack that. Yes so there's a lot of debate saying you know is delta variant potent and is that why people are getting breakthrough infections who were vaccinated. There was a research paper out of israel. And israel's really of the kurbanov comes to vaccines as you know and they said. Are we searching showing that these antibodies protection from. Vaccine's are waiting and that. If you had a vaccine in january maybe only sixteen percent immunity verse may become a month ago. We have some still so. I think the question is is there waiting. Is they're decreasing protection from these vaccines and the research. Unfortunately was somewhat rushed because of the urgency. So many of us don't know right. I mean the trials with only for a few months it kind of makes sense now during this ongoing research project to find out. Hey listen maybe. They're not as strong as we thought they were. You know what else can we do. And also the effect on shutdowns on the immune system has to be a factor as well. Shut down gina's far down. So you know distancing lockdowns right. That doesn't help immune immune system. What often makes it worse right enough. In those cities and cosmopolitan locations have more challenges right into the country..
Sebastian Gorka and Dr. Sam Pappas Discuss the COVID-19 Delta Variant
"So we know it's treatable but probably spreads more. So what i have heard. And tell me if i'm wrong because you are here to correct me. It's not some new super scary deadlier variant. But for some reason it's easier to transmit and sometimes you may not even know if you're carrying it. Is that sound right. So generally viruses historically have always try to get into the host so they often are less lethal but more transmittable. And i like to say that you know infectivity equally valid and we know from uk for example that the mortality rates delta very inter- much less than the alpha variant the original virus So that goods shoe so we shouldn't be more scared of it right on the other hand productively as you know. My feeling is covert worthy of treatment. We don't know why but some people have chronic symptoms My concern is our people who are vaccinated. Gonna get this And have chronic symptoms and think. They're you know foolproof and don't have to worry about it so can i stop you there for a second. 'cause this is one of the most disturbing things that i experience of. Somebody's hand covert. Now thank the good lord. I knew you you'd prep to me. Intimately on hydroxy chloroquine on z pack
"pappas" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Would've glorious world that we're living in stuff is opening up. I mean vegas is just back to be in vegas baby. Yeah but you know the movie theaters or go in and guess. Who's coming back to theaters baby. Yeah nicholas cage. july sixteenth. Two very simple story about a former chef in the city of portland who then decides to give up on chef life to move out into the woods and get a pig that truffle hunting pig. It's a pig that can sniff out truffles. And i use this pig to then go out and find truffles but then get this someone steals the pig and then i have to go out and exact revenge on everyone who then stole my pig. You know super simple story like nicholas cage always brings it easy to follow easy to get behind and of course cage is bringing it full time all the time. Get in my face and guys. Here's the deal. I will offer to anyone. Who brings me a pig. If you can find a truffle hunting pig and bring it to my house in vegas. Guess what you get to half off tickets to my movie okay. That's half off. I can't do anything more than that but all you have to do is just bring me a pig. That can hunt truffles to my house in vegas. I won't give you the address. You have to figure it out for yourselves. But i feel like it's worth it. Yeah so again. July sixteenth nicholas cage former chef becomes a truffle hunting pig person and guys. This is the best part after hearing the full description of this movie. What do you think this movie is called. No it's not called rock. Awesome fucking nick cage in a bar fight with you get at me. No it's called peg. Holy shit guys. July sixteenth pig in theaters. There's no need to see fast and furious. There's no need to see black widow because pig has it all but most of all nicholas cage bang. I i don't know if he his he becomes steven seagal past steven seagal. He's in his own. I don't know who. I'd be more worried about nick. Cage or vince. Neil and nick aids is like the guy who sort of corrected. Vince neal and brought him back to life or at least took him so that he wouldn't start fighting people. In broad daylight they also cancelled the They're not doing the nick age Tiger king thing on amazon. They took that away because they didn't think that was relevant anymore. You know what is relevant you guys and sports and comedy and we got more of it. I can't wait to watch the nba finals. This weekend is going to be just great stuff happening. I know it's a very quiet time this week in the world sports but guess what. Nba finals kind of pushed into this week. And now we got it and so typically a time. When it's just baseball we still got a little bit of basketball left and then we got some olympics. Priebe stuff that olympics coming up at the end of the month. We'll be guest hosting jim rome show on july twenty seven twenty ninth thirtieth august third and august fifth so. Check us out on that much waterfalls.
"pappas" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"His wife who is crushing him on social media right now launching his ass like putting a middle finger up to him all right so he was he was gonna lose. He was gonna lose yao class and his runs over. His ron is so over and it is in and look. That's the way it is with him. Like you don't in boxing you know. Father time is undefeated area. Father hundred defeated but in boxing. There's a guy like like you know forming could come back at forty eight and like stay in a fight and get a few like good licks in on a guy and win. You can't do that in 'em out high or a story destroying so one or two weird. Plays your foot unique control as you get older. You're gonna break when you kick it on. Someone's elbow like when you're younger it bounces off when you're when you've done that for a long time and you're on your way down he's got osteoperosis. Alright also waits a great point though. Just like just for the sports nerds. That's a great point because you have c. m. may you have to worry about so many things and there's so many people who have different backgrounds so fly. Connor is a striker. Or like you look at ronda. Rousey she wanted to run where she fought. People weren't great strikers and she looked undefeated because she was using judo and then submitting them. A once she fought to sh- rikers. She's got a marsh. Yeah so it's like conor mcgregor. Now that the sport has evolved why he hasn't been there and they've started incorporating their's leg kicks right and obviously be showed the blueprint. Just get right into like people are gonna fight him that way from now on. They're not going to stand at a distance and let him strike so he's over and so that's why it makes it so hard and have a long run. It's because you're gonna face somebody from a discipline that you have a weakness because everyone has a weakness it'll be in style can be your weakness and pick on it all right. Finally england choke so hard in the euro cup. This shocked so her city multiple chances to win. They sat back after. They scored in the second minute. And the subs they brought in at the end completely. Cold had them shoot the last three. Pk's i don't understand that at all. I don't understand the strategy of the actual peak as where they kind of trying to get cute with it instead of firing it up into the top corner it just to me every single thing about it to win it the pressure of being at home at wembley and winning that thing the first time england winger gave you a shot. All you do not deserve to. It's such a shame that it was like the three black players on england who just got your like if this Yeah oh all england. Sportsman's are part of the national front. That's what we've learned at this point right now. It's so annoying. It's like i'll actually. Some people on social media are actually getting arrested. Which i think is a good thing. Yeah you know it's the thing where you realize. Soccer in europe is specific thing that makes you realize how much more racist europe is an aura. God do they have whole sections that are just doing nazis. Yeah mean because like you go like they are right wing. Party here is like less taxes and you over there. they're right. wing party is like we're not seized. Jesus christ so racist over there like am i. I wish a white guy would missed. I i was like. I wish that it just wouldn't have been these three young talented black players who were brought in too late mega it just to me. You say they kind of set about fail. It's so rough. It is so rough. But i am glad that people are getting arrested so rough. The way soccer ends like i. I don't wanna start a revolution here. But i should. Soccer needs to figure something else out than than not kicks the so anticlimactic i would say for real like i mean deficit sudden death. It i would like take off a player for each sudden-death so now you're down to like eight nine players. So there's more space like someone will score in that scenario. And i like thai. The goalkeeper one arm behind his back our thinking or we have on the sidelines. That comes out. And he has a gun and he just randomly fires onto the field and over. There you go. So he's blind and he's just wiring up your person in his life who's been shot before you have been shot in the lab so we were shot in the leg. We'll talk about that for our patron But there you go that is Yanis pappas follow him. Listen to a sports news. Sports podcasts and his regular podcast And long days with the honest.
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Yanis pappas here we go. You ready The olympic men's basketball team. We kind of alluded to it before. Loss is i mean. They beat argentina so that was a guest stepping back but like into the mix. But i mean what what do you think is the problem because i actually think popovich is the best coach and one of the coolest dudes ever so like. I don't think he's the provident. Take the right personnel. Have the they don't have the big man right. I think the rest of the world has gotten better guys. I really believe that the rest of the world has gotten better. I mean you look at lithuania. You look at a lot of these teams have nba players on their teams and if not nba players the nba level talent. I mean it's just because it's gotten better. And i will say fatigue may have something to do with this me because of corona what did they have like a two month break and then they went seventy games in one hundred and forty days. It's ridiculous so i think i think that's why we lost a lot of players premier players in the playoffs to injury. Yeah you're telling me. The clippers wouldn't be in the finals if Quite and go down. I mean in. Now he's really down with the acl surgery. He's going to be down for next year. So the whole western landscape is is changed. But it's interesting because you said that. Who's who's the most exciting player in the nba. Right now luka doncic. He's not an american and he's gonna play for his country and who's the mvp yokich yokich so don-shik and yokich to me is the new rizzoli isles. The best player the best all around player. You gotta say johnny so those are three three guys right exactly. That's it though. Yeah i mean truth. Those are the facts. Those are the data that shows you. How like david stern had a plan. The old rabbi had a plan. i'm going to grow this game internationally. In such a way in the dream team coming out and playing in barcelona and ninety two was the beginning of all that. We're gonna grow it in such a way and so and now to me that is the total cashing in of that whole thing. Is that if you are the best players and players that everybody loves. They are three players. That are american born incredible. And i think that we we have to recognize that. And it'll you have to realize we're a basketball powerhouse. Just like brazil is a soccer powerhouse. Argentina's and it's a global game now so like we need to send out. We need to like not. Just throw it together. Throw a bunch of stars together. We gotta like pick a team that were good for the teams right. Like a rebound you need. You need put guys at jell together you. Obviously they got the best coach. There we gotta start looking at it like Like the world cup. It's like dude. I agree teams are better man. These teams are better now. Scrape point all right. Let's move on to The congress which happened last weekend. And i know we shouldn't pay attention to look to jake. Paul it's like looking. It's like watching an accident as you're driving on the highway. If you stop to look at it you feel like you're contributing to the traffic behind you and you're like why are we doing this. But in some ways. Like jake. Paul like i. I hate to say he's kind of on the right side. The argument now and so the question is how soon does conor mcgregor devolve to a place where he fights jake. Paul j. paul who has four inches on him and thirty pounds. Okay i think conners five nine hundred fifty five jake. Paul is six one two hundred One eighty five or one nine so like he's got a forty pounds in three or four inches. Whatever i mean. He is like a different person fighting different. Like do you think he's too fragile. And is this where this is going. It's like you can't ignore it fully because it'd be a huge payday for conor mcgregor and that feels like swale. He wants right now. Well i think it's not gonna happen. Because i think tyrone woodley is going to hurt. Jake paul us think do you really do. Yeah i say again when is that fight habitat fights in the end of august. Tyron woodley is i mean. He hasn't won in a little while he is forty or something like that. I think he's lost his last four fights but he's a former champion and unlike ben aspirin who was not not a striker at all long. Zero tyron. Woodley was a strike. He was he was grappler but he can strike right. He can strike hard. He can hit you hard. He knows how to move his head. and so he's going to get hurt because he's a real fighter. So i think that this jake paul. We'll get hurt by him. And then jake. Paul's status will drop. And i think Mcgregor will never fight. Jake paul in. Because he's he's already rich man he doesn't need. You can still fighting them that next pori fight when they fight again is he's got like a twenty five million dollar payday right there. And he's like i'm easy. Athletes top of the forbes list right now duty may wind up fighting pori.
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"Him play. How how amazing athlete. He was jealous herschel. Walker and herschel walker to and just talked to one of nine herschel walker personalities and j simpson like you know he killed even after he retired. His strength was still he had this main. He's it's not easy to completely sever all you know so like i've tried and i only got half way right. Sure so to get to cut. Through all the way through a jew it takes takes. Oh no but seriously like you see it happening. Now in the exhibitions in basketball rest of the world has caught up to america american percent america. When you when you out the bradley beal like you can't just put out bradley beal and expect it start. We gotta start doing a little. Cloning we gotta make a couple of lebron's we gotta do what the russians did do brawny out there man. He's on his way he showed out at his. Aau gay but no no no. You're right like we need to put the best players we with the best team out you like. You don't want chris paul out there okay. Yeah obviously you can't play right now but you don't want that guy you want you want What's his face. Jrue holiday over. Chris paul that like whoever's putting this thing together so i'm watching the nba finals. And it's it's this is relevant to what you just about bo jackson. Bo jackson was a size and speed. That you just don't normally see. You might see guys as fast as bo jackson now. They're not big. You might see guys as strong as bo jackson size wise. But they're not as fast and they don't have the moves they don't have the football iq and they can't do that so he put it all together. And it's when you think of like jordan or lebron like you look at jaanus onto takubo. He's okay look us to lesser known. Ones yeah other jaanus that matters in sports but not as much as you you look at the other. Jaanus the greek freak the other greek freak that he his his body is so insane and the way he can just bullying and just knocked people off and then just be standing in front of ram and just dunkin. It's amazing but he can't shoot free throws so you're like there's a plan to gum up the thing we can stop him. There's a way to stop him whereas again. You look at chris paul. And you're like wow this dude you want him to have the ball at the end of the game because he knows what to do he's never gonna make the wrong decision if he gets fouled. He's going to sink his free throws he knows how he can hit the shot with the brook lopez and a hand over his face. He's amazing but he's also six feet tall. He's probably the best short point guard in history. I would say better than john stockton if we could pull john stockton away from an anti vaccine rally. We could ask him about that though. Shorts down your shorts. Now but a bush donning take get a prick in your arm so we said if his shorts running higher they'd be a belt if the shorts it'd be a mini skirt miniskirt. But the the idea that like you. Then start to say well jordan. Michael jordan just had the body he just was it. He was six foot six. He was the right size to take on guards that were smaller than him. He was the right size. He had the ability to jump in a way that people just couldn't guard him so he could defend and he could any sunk shots and he was a winner. It was like you you start to understand why the best of the best of the best when you see these great players playing right now. You're like they're still not jordan right. Well i was gonna say i mean. I think he had all that but then he had that psychopathic of being born without emotions. Yes and being like a horrible person helps you. If you're a great athlete because look kendall gill had the for example just to think of someone random who had that prototype ethical six six. Yeah athletic will. I mean you you put them with michael jordan probably You know his verticals probably similar body. Athleticism didn't wanna rip your throat out. He was so it's like would ted. Bundy have been a great point. Guard probably k. But he took a different path. He put up numbers either way the numbers he sold saying when people talk about the intangibles you have to include you copy as something. That is an advantage in whatever you do. You're going to do good so me. Covered by emotions. Being unencumbered by emotions is very valuable in a competitive field. Agreed agree totally. So let me ask you this. Because we just went through wimbledon where naomi osaka was like. I'm not playing. She's just her feelings. Yeah opted out feeling so so there is like so part of me is like i understand why john mcenroe makes the statement which he got a lot of blowback for where he's like you know we didn't worry about that shit in my day like you just sucked it up and you played but then you so that's fine and so we got to see great stuff but then like wait. Didn't bjorn borg. Almost kilims eat tried to commit suicide a little bit later. Yeah that probably had something to do with him sucking it out sucking it up during the times where. He probably should have spoken about how he was feeling. Or how about. You know like that. You start to see like serena williams can tell like she never gonna win another major again. She just is never going to a grand slam again because she has a kid and when you have a kid you're like my attention is now my focus is not on this thing right here. So she's also fifty. So i mean she's all she is remember when we when we were kids like you're sixteen. You played to twenty three and then you were an old caveat. Caveat is another example. She liked play when she was fourteen. Everyone's like she's amazing. She's great and then she was like no. I gotta smoke some pot and get out of this thing. Crag she did a little crack. I mean the the was the nice part. She did a little crack. She did a little bit of crap. He's like little crack and then came back and won a major so too and she did that and it has family where she was. She was only taught to cook sauce the that she even got into tennis and got out of her. Dad's house a lot of credit to capri hoti toy. Hell yeah elliot and a lot of credit to say about beyond bjorg. That's not a big deal for him because he's swedish. I mean swedes wanting to kill yourself. One time a year is just part of their culture. I mean it's just it goes. Just it's like yeah what you do just say like this like this cold front it will it to pass it will pass and maybe you might pass this. Yeah like three quarters of the movie. The girl with the dragon tattoo is essentially. No i mean. That's that's true. But i i do think there. It's good that we're kind of talking about. Hey man this. This pressure is a lot but at the same time. You then have to say to numale sock okay. I'm so happy you're having this conversation because people need to talk about how they're feeling about things and you should not use. Keep it out in the open. Is there a way for her to be open about this stuff and at the same time. Be a champion. Like i'm like i can't just say i'm not going to do the interviews afterwards. Because she has to vote why she's getting paid millions of dollars. She is always a candidate to win. Just papa papa papa in and get out on the grass that she resenting yeah but listen you can't be too hard on her her mother's japanese which means they raise them. You know the work ethic for the japanese is a lot harder than we so like we grow up. We're like what do i want. Do want to be a comedian. I wanna be my brother. what do you wanna do. I wanna sit my old apartment. Do podcast we have a different work ethic like i think. They handed her racket while she was in the womb at the precious asserted in there and they tennis kids a lot of these times. And you don't any kid you see. I think the majority of them any person you see on the professional the you didn't have a childhood. Yeah you did not us instead of being a kid and now i feel like people are saying okay. I need to. I need to be a person. I need to be like. If any gymnast. I've ever seen who's like men on the us olympic team. Anyone have seen interviewed afterwards. As like. i wish i had a child. They're all are like it's like the old story. What's the old story. The guy who's like a ceo fortune. Five hundred guy goes down to this little island. Do you know the story. And he's fishing on this boat with this fisherman local fishermen who takes him out and he gets them and he goes i. I have a special spot where we're going to catch fish all day. It's the best. And i know this spot. And they go and he has the best day of his life and they catch so much fish. And so the ceo's like man let me help you okay. I make businesses. I'm here's what we're going to do where to get four more boats out here k. And we're going to be catching this fish all day long. He's like i know all the spots and that we'll get a boat in every spot right and then you take the money from all those things and you don't even have to pay for it. Then it'll be money making itself for itself. I'll contact all these ways to get the fish out to other places and you'll make money hand over fist and then before you know it you can retire. And he's like so. I can retire. So i can come back and do what i'm doing right now right. I gotta do all that god damn work so that i can come back and do the thing that i love. We just did all day today. And maybe not now is like i them. I don't want to be the greatest of all time. I don't wanna maybe that's too big a price to pay. Goes back to what you said you have to be inherently an asshole. Your drive has to be so strong to want to embarrass other human beings to want to be the best in a way. That isn't human if you have any shred of humanity inside of you. You're not going to be a champion champion. I'll take a little taste. Yeah i mean just don't meet your heroes. Okay because you know seinfeld's a hero mind. When i met him he told me. Don't look at me in the eye. And i was like. That's why guys the greatest. He is the greatest of all time. He didn't say that Also had something to do with the fact that food on the side of your mouth when you did. Yeah i mean. I'm making that up. He was totally nice nice. Let's take a quick break when we come back. We have three stories in the world sports..
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"Which is the stupidest rule. I hate that i mean it's like the. Why give the team the advantage. That was won by a bunch of guys that aren't on that team number one and number two. I think voting for the all star games should be changed. I think to me it feels like and we talked about this last week on the show but it feels like Student government it's a popularity contest. Like you tell me fernando saying it's no longer determine okay so for nando tatis. Junior is one of my favorite players okay. I think he's one of the best. He was miked up during the game. Yesterday and Vladimir guerrero junior hits a home run and tat says something to him at. Joe buck is in his ear and say something to him as he runs by. He says something in spanish that we can understand and stephen smith lost shit about that kidding but the point is that like he said something to him as an totti's just starts laughing and i'm like how do you not love this guy. This guy is the greatest. Not only is a great player. Not only can. He jumped in the air. And then while he's in the air jump even higher video game style. He will never not be voted to an all-star whether he has a good hat first half or not. he's never going to not be voted in. So i think the coaches and sportswriters should pick the starters and the fans pick everybody else. What do you think yeah. Well you had that same issue. I think with Like in basketball. I remember when i was playing. He would like. I don't think he retired. And they still voted him as the next three years. Yeah he was just they. Just there's certain guys if you have a whole country behind you or if you have a great personality or yup if you know how some hackers who can really get in austria. God it russia. Yao-ming was running a vineyard and they asked him to come back. Wait a minute. What apply love was running vineyard and the players. I think the coaches and the players should the orders starters. Yeah and then let the fans vote for. Yeah let the fans vote for the relief pitchers so the middle relief pitchers. That's all you get you. Don't get the closers. Nobody the middle. It's crazy like the closer gets a lot of credit but he only pitches for like three outs. Usually the it gets a lot of credit. He gets shelled all the time. Yeah often games are won or lost with your bullpen. And those guys. I mean they get no credit elect a sweatshop of baseball right under all under appreciated they created a stat for them holds right but no one likes. He got into the hall of fame with two hundred and fifty seven holds. No one will ever say this but it is true. So i with more holds is jeffrey epstein folks but janas think about this the idea that like if you start. You aren't going to have that big of an impact unless you hit a home. Run at the verbiage really. The impact happens later in the game in the all-star so you wanna be a starter but you want the chance to win game like you're saying or close the door at the end so it's it's important to be the starting pitcher max. Scherzer pitched three outs. And then corbin burns came in and he pitched corbin bernsen in major league. I'm like this sucks terrible. You know what it is like. I truly believe the all star game shouldn't be taken seriously like just lean into it not mattering. It should be a break for the players that you'd be a fun thing for the fans they do. Fun games like have have have like have a fan. Going to water tank and then have pitchers dunk the fans. Yeah you know. Great homerun derby three point contest. Yes those are the fun to dunk contest. That's what you want to see. You don't really care about the game matter. Yeah so. I say and i've always wanted to see this. Just put a regular person and they have to put a regular person on their team. John s gets you decide. We're able to put your two outfitters like this and put that person in the middle and like have them cover all the ground and it's gonna cover for liability it's now you talking strategy now. It's like okay so you got like a mom of six from saddle creek new jersey or wherever and she's from bethesda maryland and now you've got to put her in and you got to find a play. One a context. How great would that be to announce it earth from wisconsin to bradley beal. She feeds she ally of all the deep left field. Sheila abramson underneath it. She's camping out. There is no way she's gonna to catch it. She has her person. If you wanna know how difficult it is to just to just catch a normal fly. Ball watch the homerun derby where these guys when they don't hit it out. Have you ever seen ever a kid on the field. Catch them on. Yes i know. Most of these kids don't have dads but still nobody. Nobody has ever so randy. And i we did a special for espn years ago. Trying to get jose ken no into the hall of fame as utility man and we went out onto the field during the all star game and it was in. Houston minute maid park and we try. I tried to catch a a snake. A line drive a line drive from from albert before you got on the field. Did they give you buzzers to know where the ball's gonna be hit or l. to jose. Altuva right is. That's the system works a certain way so so so Pools hits one and it's like curving towards the left field line and i'm in left field like we're playing the wall. Basically we played in high school. We're like we. We're doing like we know how to play baseball. And this ball was dropping and curving towards the line so fast i couldn't get it. I couldn't catch it. I had a beat on it. I knew what i was doing. I was in like shorts and like a jersey and add my glove on tennis. Shoes sneakers like at every chance to catch. The ball was thirty five. You're not gonna get it because these guys play on such an unbelievably different level. You can stand out in the field. But you're not gonna but i love that idea a normal person in the normal person you gotta cover them up. That's watching that if you can hit like let's say if you get chapman out there and if a normal person can hit hundred and three hundred three mile an hour fastball. Then that family gets the kia right. Oh if you if you get a hit of aroldis chapman and you're just a like a banker or a. You're just like a guy who dollars now z. A million she'd get the bobby baena contract a million dollars every year for the next thirty years from the matt's that's a good one and if you hit a ground ball just as a consolation prize you get to live in cuba guy. Hey come dream yet is which is the drab. It is a dream. Here's what what do you. What did you make of watching the home. Derby obviously want soto beat shohei otani in in an epic battle that went so routes you know we went to the overtime for a minute. And then they tied at that and then it went to three swings. An i mean it was just an incredible and soda to his credit was just bombing. But how much do you love this. Otani kit like it is hard not to love like i don't give a shit that he doesn't speak english. I'm like this. Dude is the coolest japanese superman i mean. It's it's incredible. I mean this hasn't there any other person besides ruth. i think it's on par with and i really do. I know it's it's. It's a separate thing but in terms of like shocking. Nece you know like in terms of shocking me or at least new some new to me. It's on par with bo jackson. Playing to sports on snyder's like it's just. It's just beyond like more like bo jackson. Because bo jackson was actually pretty good on the royals like he was he was wasn't bad man dion sanders was not a bad player on the braves. 'cause i remember when like didn't they have. There is an thirty grade thirty for thirty. Where lewd like three different events and tried right lay on all the things. Yes but bo. Jackson was like a legit player for the royals. He was in the mix for them. Yeah he was an all star. Incredible when you think of what he did. You're like that's just.
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That seemed to freeze in mid air and spectacular steals. That you didn't see coming. It's that one play that lasts seconds that you will talk about for the rest of your life and let's face it. It's the unpredictability of at all. Never knowing when the next big moment will happen. Huge wins and crushed dreams. It's the drama of it all. You just can't make this stuff up that's the nba. that's game the nba playoffs are happening. Right now don't miss. All the action is welcome back to the show. We are so psyched to have this dude on. We've been a fan of his comedy. is rare that dude's do sports and comedy to. It's a very rare thing. I made some. Comedians are fans of sports. A lot of them hate sports which is kind of why. A lot of people got into comedy. 'cause they're like the athletes gave me shit and so now but we also feel like you see it in the way that we do. There's a lot to make. Fun of in the world is sports. There's a lot to sort of dig. There's a lot of blind spots that athletes have or of course. Talking about janas pops. Hide him buddy. Good good and you're absolutely right about that. And the best and only way to make fun of sports is with other comedians. Because i've had a sports show your you are not allowed to make fun of the athletes to the athletes. Like the publicist coming right away. They're like okay. We have these deals. Don't say anything. And they tire arms. One hundred were based at like how they like. You guys should have a sense of humor about yourself. Like life is good for you. You're making tons of money. You're you're doing what you love to do. Like aaron rodgers gets it. Air rodgers makes fun of himself. Aaron rodgers cuts himself down in his like relaxed. Like this thing. Aaron rodgers gets it. Tom brady does not right. Yeah and it's like look. This isn't a dictatorship right. You're not king john un. i can make funny. Stop making me feel like this. Is north korea. This is america so a very jeeter. I want to joke about how you should be in the hall of fame for putting up pussy numbers as well. I mean he put him. I should be able to do that. He put eric teeter where you should be in the hall of fame for for gift baskets given issued a record ami so seen record athen bodyworks hall of fame. First-ballot or right there crabtree and evelyn. You're at the top buddy. He's the collects classy. That's class like you see someone and then in the morning there's a gift basket for you. Boom top co op. So so nancy junk. That's he preparation. He it's attention to detail. It's understood having a game plan before you go in. Did you watch the all star game by the way i did. Watch the all star game. I didn't watch this all star game did but i did watch the home run The home run. What you think is the most impressive. I mean this hasn't been done babe. Ruth it's pretty crazy. Does pete alonzo to you. Feel like chrome magnin man. Like a guy who hasn't fully evolved yet. I feel like he's watching him dance. And i'm like you're not really dancing to the music and yet you can take big stick and hit ball very very far. I think he just reminds me of a guy who wants to hit things. Hard right and thank god. He's playing baseball and not banging on like kids or something right. Yeah no i to me. It feels like a guy who's figured out a way to get around the current steroid testing right. He's many figured so whatever. He's taking his so. Undetectable dude his traps. Like you could probably you could like take a sledgehammer to even get a dent into that. He has no. He's going to have a great recipes career and then we'll probably lose him just like ken committee right recipe or not or not. Let me ask you this about Pete alonso because you're new york about the mets. He is like amazing. Why can't the mets give any run support whatsoever to the greatest pitcher of our time right now in the national league the mets. I think they're curse. I think some type of transfer happened from the cubs to the mets. Yeah where they sort of just took purses don't energies never created or destroyed it changes forms transit just went on the transfers. We're what we're doing now is just like just like we're dealing with the delta variant with the virus another strain just dealing with another strain occurs stat has mutated to the mets. Yeah it is it shows you. How much of sports is mental. How also shows you. How much how ingenious. Yeah just in credit like the fact that they can transfer they can do. They can cyber attack they can. They can move curses around their frustrating fan bases. It's kind of amazing when you have to give credit where credit is due. They are a cera tissues bunch. That is absolutely well. I mean i. I kind of like the mets have a lot of pieces. They should end. Also the national league east is just garbage. It's dog shit so like anybody can win. Like top. the whole national league is dog shit because when you the except for the dodgers when you think about it when has the national league one the all star game can you remember who was president. Like never god. I mean before the iphone was his. Yes maybe i don't even remember and you can't even blame the d. h. advantage right because they they switch it every year corral. Why do you think that is d because look the dodgers won the the nationals one. So you've had it's not like only american league teams are winning. It's not like the golden state. Warriors in the member of the west was just so good for so long and no one the east. You're like the winter champions. Not gonna come out of the east in basketball. It's like there are nationally teams that win whereas the team may be is designed better to win and if the astros hadn't cheated them. The dodgers have won in two thousand seventeen to one. The last national. The national league has won three times since nineteen ninety seven. That's unreal dude thrown time. Should i think part of that is because they won league has the word american in it. Yeah and so you know a little more patriotic and then the other side. Maybe they're flirt. With communism i mean. I'm no i'd also i'll say this network we're flirting with nationalism in our country and maybe there they've got the wrong way we do to sixty three to nineteen. This is like michigan versus ohio state. Nineteen sixty three to nineteen eighty five so that twenty two years span than the american league won three times so the balance of power has shifted so in the last twenty four years twenty three years. The national league has won three times in the american league has won twenty times now. Are they still doing the thing. Where the this the winner of this game.
"pappas" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Going to get it all that with him. But i don't know if you watch the all star game. I did watch. All star game received nine like at approximately. I want to say. Almost eight point six eight point six million people at. It's actually the home run. Derby eight point. Six million people watched it at its height. Do you know what. Nba a game three of the nba walkie. Nine million nine hundred so pretty close people who are saying baseball's on life's i mean baseball's on life support. It's interesting that we're that. I bring that up only to state okay. Basketball has its you know. The storyline basketball are fascinating. An amazing you've got you know. You've got chris ball vying for his first ring. You've got Jaanus speaking of janas papagiannis enter toco. Who has an opportunity to. i mean. He's literally putting the team on his back on his injured leg and trying to carry them across the finish line. Tim franchise that haven't had championship. Ever if two years or ever devon booker and deandra who looks like he's uncle drew's uncle. His great uncle. Great uncle drew. Its name but there isn't a new york team in it. There isn't the lakers lost. It ever agrees. Don't have it san francisco. So it's kevin durant is not in it. Smaller market teams. And so the problem is you're just not captivating the general population people who aren't fans. What are people who aren't fans of basketball going to latch onto the casual fan. You can't just say. I'm watching. Lebron james watching the greatest of all time watching steph curry. Who's fun to watch has fun while he's playing. I'm not a fan of basketball. But i like watching them. You're not hearing a lot of that right. What you where you are hearing. That is in baseball. In which is why the homerun derby was so watched Which was it was fascinating. Pita lonzo just crushed the hell out of the ball. It was but i would argue. The reason why people were watching was shohei otani of course. Hey showed up money showtime showtime. This dude is amazing. He's like a myth. He's so big he's like. This almost looks like a cartoon character. Come to life like if you're drawing like character of japanese you don't like superman like a japanese superman mike that he literally came out. The pages of a comic book can throw the ball with fire. Coming off of hundred miles hundred hit digits on the gun as a starting pitcher and crush the hell out of the ball in one. He's got some of the most the quickest bat speed. I've ever seen his bat. Speed is amazing. His swing his ability to turn on a ball effortless. Incredible he is amazing and he is the face of baseball now this week. Stephen a smith stepped in it big time. And what are we talking about scale. Come on scared. There is no skip. He he literally stepped in it and the truth of it is he. He could have avoided it so easily. So for those. Who don't know stephen a smith. Who's the outspoken pundit for. Espn essentially said that shohei otani will not be a mask superstar because he refuses to learn english speaks through an interpreter and essentially without saying it was like. We're not gonna get behind this foreign dude right and then to his credit stephen smith i would say he went ninety percent towards a full throated apology k. I he's thinks he went one hundred and ten percent. But i saw it as ninety percent. Okay to a full throated apology to any. Did say i'm sorry. I didn't realize that my words would cause this the fact that he didn't realize it like we should also take a look at. That's the ten percent that i want him to take a look at but you know an and he needs to say the step further and say i need to look at the way i view all these things and the way i prepare for these shows because i was lazy and that was wrong a week earlier. He did a take on like. Why aren't we marketing this guy more and then he said well there's no way to market this guy because he's refusing learn english end the end. Now we're having the discussion so to stephen as credit. He's putting the discussion. He's putting himself out there to be like. Let me be the lightning rod to then have this discussion. Which i think is great in. Espn in there. They actually did handle it. Well by bringing on asian american writer to sit and talk to him about it in and literally explained to him why it was so hurtful in which ways and stephen took it man i give him credit but he could assaulted so easily if he just would have done a quarter turn and said shohei otani is the best thing in baseball period hands down. It is the greatest thing in baseball period. Maybe one of the best stories in the last twenty years exactly so he. He's amazing he's incredible. He deserves to be the face of baseball. And i think it can happen now. Am i worried. Here's why i'm worried. And i'm not worried for me because i love him. I think he's incredible. I am worried. Because i think there are elements of our country. And i think this is wrong elements of our country. That won't accept him because he speaks interpreter and we need to blast that out of the water. We need to have gone at it from that angle same angle. He's basically saying the same thing right. It's just he's it quarter turns it so that he's on shohei side. It's a completely different thing. So he gets his point across that this might be a layer. That regular people won't be able to get behind but he sang it from thing of like. We need to eliminate that. I think he doesn't even have to go that far. I think it could be as simple as he could have said. Look this guy is the best thing that's happened to baseball. In a very long time period. He has good looks also. He's good looking dude and he has charisma. You can see. He has hurries. Mma president and the stephen as like if he wants to. And this is if this is only for him if he wants to make a dent in american culture beyond baseball if he wants to become a personality a marketable in the same way. That lebron is marketable is the same way that other guys remarkable if he wants to find his way into the public consciousness in american take that next step to cement superstar on the michael jordan level of things he may have to learn how to speak the language of the country that he's in order to connect with people on a non baseball level if he just made it about that and if he said look and and then again maybe point to like. You said that's you know. Unfortunately the reality of the situation. I would love to change that but you might have to change this first day. You are a voice. stephen a. i love listening to on the radio. News fantastic love him. He is a voice of inclusion for african american rights for minorities. All for my all the time so i think that's also why this felt like a weird swipe like he wasn't the guy to be doing this. I could see if alex jones went out there on done. Some right and i would have seen stephen a come to the rescue and say that's bs. That's bullshit don't do that. It just felt like he made a misstep and dry to clean it up. But i agree with you. Didn't quite go all the way he. He needs what he needed says. I need to look at all the things and not be so lazy. They're and that's it. And say. Look i i i pride myself on preparedness. I prepare every take care. I research in and i have my take airtight. But that one wasn't and i need to prepare. And so you know what. I actually think shohei otani could be the type of guy that maybe doesn't need to lose the interpreter. And he becomes this ananta valenzuela's interpreter he zero for now. Fernando valenzuela didn't need to drop the interpreter in order to capture. Everyone is dead. I think he could be this new thing that this sort of nonverbal thing this sort of you know he he could rise above in transcended insults way because his plan the field by the way people are going to imitate not the way he talks but the way he swings the bat kids are going to just imitate him and wanna be him. Come to the ballpark. Nobody comes to the ballpark to say. What's the internet. What's his soundbite. No they go to. They go to watch him. And this guy's the most watchable. I'm baseball like bigger than anybody else bigger. Mookie betts you're gonna justin turner. I would argue bigger than mike trout. I would argue. Mike trout too. So i mean maybe the problem is he's in los angeles in anaheim which is like being in the witness protection program but you know what with mike trout coming back. Maybe they make a run. Maybe this little postseason run really to get my conscious of everybody. I love him. Stephen smith just just go that extra ten percent and say i need to prepare better and i was lazy and then i. It's all behind you all right. That is it. That is our top. Take we come back you. On his policies. I'm so excited to get into it with him. because to have a comedian who got a comedic take on. The world of sports is like having old golden.
"pappas" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Ran she would tell us. Would you a judge orders from headquarters not to go to bed and then the song talks about how of course we didn't go to bed and we were always trying to get down play with us. Said dance with us and she was a lot of fun. So i listen to a lot of reviews growing up. I still love love. Greek music and Or any middle eastern music. Oh my god yes it's wonderful. The name chrysanthemum I have a name that is often mispronounced or misspelled jordan. And it's a little bit more accepted now because there are more female jordan's mcjordan michael jordan. You know and all that but have you had issues with the name. 'cause i add ask you how to spell it. I wanna make sure i spell it correctly. Absolutely don't know how to pronounce it. You know when. I was a kid i would ask me what my name was. I would just say chris. I didn't even want anybody didn't know my name. I was embarrassed by now. I use it professionally. Because it's different and people remember it so it's crisanto auntie or chrysanthemums and it's spelled with a k. So it's k. r. i s. a. n. t. h. I i love it. I love the fact that you've enveloped in loved and welcomed into your existence. As i have my name i myself as jr to my friends and so forth. But oftentimes i get Gordon george john or what used to be my name and new. England is john hayden. I had no idea what that meant. J. h. g. o. n. john john. What's the future the immediate future. So you're getting back on the road soon. We hope some performing this summer. A few few concerts if you go to my website out the dot com or even hung a million times dot com. We'll take you to my website. You can go to my calendar and see too much coming up outdoors. I mean at all. it's all outdoors. Have i just did one this past weekend and then i have the patriot placing in june doing just festival in july. You know in august at the cape. July i'm back at greenville. Vineyards in rhode island and then my my online show so the online show is crisanto. Five on youtube live. So it's just my name with the number five so k. r. i s. a. n. And the number. The numeral five. That's my general. They wouldn't give me the name. Kazan had to have a number with it but it rhymes just like the alliteration and means or do. I just can't help it. You're a composer you you're thinking like Leered like johnny mercer. He couldn't help himself. There's only so much you can do. I think it's delightful that you're you're thriving and a difficult environment and sooner or later more sooner than later you're going to be out there just kicking it and you did us a favor by giving us a lick just off the cuff and i just wanted to ask one more thing. And that is how you kept yourself in shape. Vocally when you're not performing traditionally because your voice is just beautiful. What have you done to keep it such. You're so kind while. Actually i do vocal warm ups every single day Just for that reason just to keep my voice in j just like any athlete would do I think of myself as a vocal athlete. Even one time. I had to you know. Go to the mass. In just to make sure my vocal chords were healthy. And the doctor said. Will you have the vocal cords of in vogel athlete. They look like. I would expect them to look like you. Use them a lot. But everything was healthy and i stay healthy. You know really make a conscious effort to speak with vocal placement and When i do my show every friday night. I do a warm up before i sing and then i sing. The the show is two hours. So i sing for the whole two hours and just try to keep keep happening. Well i'm going to put you on the spot Because you also have done a lot of jingles for radio and tv so because because i love hearing your voice your singing voice could you just sing. And just make something up on mike with jordan. Rich it's the podcast name. Just give me anything. That comes to mind but i just want to hear you sing it on mike with jordan rich. That's it. oh just say that okay. That's all you have to do on my with george. I now retire. That was beautiful. Thank you only. One person has ever sung the jingle and that's That's my friend. L. us all. I don't know if you knew ellis. But i no. Well that was great chrysanthemum. Thank you for the gift of song and thank you for being such a good representative and a good ambassador for fellow musicians. We really appreciate it. Thank you for being an ambassador for us and for for going to bat and promoting our music and letting people know what we're doing it so.
"pappas" Discussed on On Mic Podcast
"Your kids to feel bad guy everyday's the same a waiting to now learning how this way can't wait winna. Ap has been. Let's read and movies c. Eating dinner through uh screen. We pay to be every day to stay straw. I'd say see it's you you're running. We've me has been leading ashby. That's been millions..
5 Top Advertising Trends to watch out for in 2021
"Of the world now that we've begun twenty twenty one. I thought i'd share with you. The five top advertising trends to watch out for in twenty twenty one. Do you want to stay on top of the latest advertising. Transfer this year. Do you want to know exactly how to keep your customers. Engaged whilst using innovative creative techniques and technology to promote your business and products. keep listening. I've got you covered boone. Today has looked into the crystal ball and pulled out all the necessary information that you need to note to be ahead of the game this year. So let's get started number. One user generated content. Ugc is way uses create and promote their own content for a brand on social media and it outperformed itself in twenty twenty fall beyond brand created content to be specific ads based on user generated content. Receive four times higher. Click through rates compared to average at as well as twenty eight percent higher engagement rate compared to standard company posts content is created by customers using filters that brands create on snapchat or instagram stories through tiktok videos or even to instagram orioles with the use of tagging and hashtags one of my favorite examples of a brand utilizing user generated content is by the iconic which made its mother's day campaign featuring images and footage of real mothers at home in lockdown struggling with home schooling crying children and so much more. What i love about this campaign is how it is not only unedited. Unfolded user generated content but that it is using this content to remind others. Today are not alone that there are so many people going through the same struggles as they do each day. User generated content is predicted to only saw in twenty twenty one with the use of tiktok. Instagram rails live stories are more. There are so many options for influences to create attention grabbing content. That is relatable fun to watch and so incredibly convincing it has water mouth marketing in a virtual space where word spreads faster than in the real world after all nothing says trust like content created by someone. You completely relate to an empathize with on social media number two in game advertising last march nintendo released animal crossing new horizons and it sold more than thirteen point. Four one million copies in just six weeks if you onshore. Why so many were sold. Some external research about now is advised if you are up to date as you or your son daughter niece nephew cousin parent or even dog plays this game. Twenty four hours a day. Then you can understand the hype about this game now. What is even more fascinating about. This game is what some browns have done by partnering with animal crossing for example marc jacobs release their own virtual collection online allowing users to dress avatar in the luxury clothes of the brand off so they entered a unique code. Only six of their favourite pieces were presented as they are a luxury designer brand off audible but one brown took this partnership to a whole new level. The branded gem oh in france in partnership with the agency caused beef decided that as physical shops are shocked. Why don't they opened a shop in a video game and that is exactly what they did. Their brand or ready to wear clothing was a hit in the animal. Crossing game as these types of clothes are exactly what people were buying obsessively during lockdown comfortable affordable and cozy. The video game was advertising in itself. And if you look on the blog of this article you will see the clothes referred directly to real pieces in real life role who wouldn't want a virtual shopping experience in their favorite video game. If you check out the blog page you'll see some images of the close in real life transported directly to avatars in the video game. This type of advertising is predicted only to rise in twenty twenty one number three product placement. This is thought to be the oldest trick in the book but we predict that. This trend has only just begun from stranger things to suits right down to friends. They're sneaky ways that bronze managed to incorporate their products into popular tv shows and movies. While sixty eight percent of product. Placements lasts for five seconds or less product placement is the largest in foster scoring market in the us generating billions of dollars in revenue which will only grow in twenty twenty one. The next time you sit down to watch your favorite netflix. Show look out for the cleverly place logos of brands to catch your is subconsciously. This is a multibillion dollar market in the advertising industry and it will expand to new heights in two thousand and twenty one for example. If you check out the blog page you will see that in a snapshot from the show stranger things. The logo of burger king could not have been less subtly placed in the image however other times the product or logo is so subtly placed that you might not even notice it the first time round. This is a multi billion dollar market in the advertising industry and it will expand to new heights in twenty twenty one number four nostalgia marketing the world. We live in is not only fast paced but driven strongly by looking towards the future. I also don't need to remind you of the struggles that our planet went through last year from the loss of loved ones due to covid nineteen the loss of houses due to bush fires. The loss of black lives in a fight for equality and so much else. I also can't put into words. The pain that some of us have felt during this year therefore we believe that nostalgia marketing will be boosted to new heights in twenty twenty one studies have shown then style gives our lives a sense of meaning and continuity there by having a positive effect on on mental wellbeing. It brings us a sense of happiness amid chaos and reminds people happier and simpler time thereby encouraging you to buy the product to remind you of all the happy memories nyc pepsi gucci. A mountain jew are a few brands that adopted such a strategy of marketing. And they use this. During twenty twenty. Whilst the wild was trying to navigate itself through unpredictable and unprecedented times for example cheetos included nostalgia marketing in that twenty twenty super bowl advert by introducing cheetos popcorn the advert featured the nostalgic feeling of eating a bag of cheetos up finishing with bright orange fingers. This is something that so many people who are watching the super bowl could relate to as they remember being in the yummy and messy situation when they were younger. We can therefore expect to see some blasts from the past appearing soon on your screens as brands triton transport. You back to the past with some old time favorites. This type of marketing is certainly not new. But walk goes around certainly comes back around and it seems like twenty twenty is where people can use a boost of happiness and a sense of nostalgia number five brand activism purpose driven advertising. We saved the best to lost. Twenty twenty was a year of so many surprises and filled to the brim with certainty and fair for the future. When the world was at a low point many brands were seen taking a stance by voicing their support for those that are struggling. Reebok twitter nyc vocally showed their support for the black lives matter movement through their social media pages. Some brands went even further by inserting brand activism. Into that branding. An even products for example ben and jerry's created the on fudge off future campaign in which they teamed up with the climate council and to fifty dot org australia to encourage the australian government to ditch fossil fuels and use renewable energy. Instead they created a whole new flavor of non dairy ice cream and passing allies it to address the australian prime minister directly saying day. Scott morris make fossil fuels history and a portion of the proceeds from each ice cream was donated to three fifty australia. This was ben. And jerry's way to voice that concern about their is about climate change and to use their power to drive a campaign to pressure the government to invest into one hundred percent renewable energies brand activism. Is trent that will grow to new highs. This year more and more brands are standing up for what they believe. In and this is what makes brands authentic nowadays at noon today we have seen firsthand that campaigns driven by a pappas gain not only ten times more engagement on their platforms but it also shows that browns are committed to
Health leaders anticipate surge in COVID-19 cases following Thanksgiving
"About large gatherings for Thanksgiving. Come was Nick popped him has the story. We certainly plan for the worst and hope for the best. For weeks, Health officials have been fearing that people would come together on November 26th to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday. During this pandemic. We've learned that indoor home gatherings of the primary places where covert 19 is spreading. All of us on this call in air, concerned about Thanksgiving will bring Because Colbert 19 isn't slowing down in our state or across the country. But according to health experts, we won't see how well people behave this holiday weekend until a couple weeks from now what we saw last March and April is that the hospitalizations peaked 1 to 2. Weeks after the case, reports P. That's almost Nick Pappas reporting another record number of covert cases in the state being
How to Maximise Your PR Strategy with Alexander Corne
"Welcome alexander to have your own questions might sense questions. Good getting fact. The only one that i've really log on institute to is where this fake news fitting role this. I'm not. I'm not really sure there's much Around the continent in you've got some examples of news than we can also to random spicer. The question is its carriage. These one bit but From your perspective the storytelling and the eyes of storytelling. 'cause way we came to take today is iliana now portfolio of podcasts. That we've done. We had a marketing expert in. Who said they is paid owned. And and when you look at paying for marketing. It's quite standard. You gotta and your pilot of money by digital media. They by outdoor. I buy electric media. Tell you right now. And large to as the channels for paid mcenany but highlighted a lot of people and businesses overlook the us auto which is owned marketing. Which when we're at renna. I looked at what you did. With piazza hanging and off felt. I think at the dotted and spoke to that that the brand over indexed the industry fool share voice and that paige went a long way with what you did with engaging in not just the journalist but storytelling in general was so good that it really accelerated the brains. Roy is on the back of all the other things that we're doing through the channels. What we did inflate channel. What would you deal is engaging the network and retail campaigns and the like but the one area that had the best return on investment at. I'm obliged your proverbial is what you did in the really powerful storytelling strategy. And of saying you do it with other businesses as well and that's why when they should have told you about that in this podcast. I thought it was fantastic. When you when you actually accepted the material while way ninety he and because we'll be watching and falling on nineteen and with the things that you're doing as well in the storytelling it really fitted into what marketing that we had an episode to. I think it was joan websites. Right told us about this whole idea of earned and it's not just for games it's dealers or anyone associated with the industry whether a third party supply their sealy's a need to look at your overall business plan annual marketing strategy and look at. What is that story and manage it because the same thing happens when you know we've all been brand's weight we've had bad things happen. Some negative press handle that negative press. And that's why we really appreciative of your company today so we can talk about these sorts of somebody on to be hit on so grateful field. What you said at the very beginning about marching. I think ours moved into that same type of space as well sydney Tonight you can have paid up of c. n. you can have your own Pay because the channels have been created over the last few years. And i really think that too. Many of the brands doing particularly good job with the the painful stuff is kind of style. Abrogation of the pails responsibility. Why giving it to the media themselves about painful. Our term a Mystic purist castro comment. There are many more channels night full exposure but a good pappas would leverage all of the assets disposal to to try and get the best results. The landscape is changed often. The mentally and like you'll previous interviewees said you know the. The business of selling cars in title has changed loss in twenty years. So there's a lot change and a something in isn't style Elements your exhausted from us. Thanks very much for joining us. Great to have you on. The shot. Could be riddick sought to listen to we cross. Pause law kidron Opportunity to deal with that. Tom but may be stepping back from mock. Said maybe just introduction to pr and sort of you. What is story telling and haughty approach. I think fundamentally what you're trying to do with storytelling pal type. People jimmy and invited him to join the on the on the brandon. Gentlemen and needs to turn what's new about. You'll you'll business into news and come up with some interesting hoax for a grasping the imagination also very important to be authentic in the storytelling with the messaging. That you putting is understood and absorbed and israel because at the time where the recipient of the storytelling actually comes into contact with with the brand on it or whatever it has to live up to the story. Storytelling is very creative. Experience and is a incredibly fulfilling for the creative people is. I'm by needs to be able to convey that level of excitement about brenda product through through what they do and i think one of the fundamentals of storytelling is creating design. An excitement about the brandon will also pointing out what the fundamental differences over. What's the distinctiveness of the product. The joking in many cases culprits have many assets at a disposal. product will go occasions. I've got events like an poking and the based assets that many kobes have all the other people who worked for them side by of moldy in leveraging what exists naturally in the business you're able to account will cherries tie story create a story that makes sense to the people who her reading or doing. Whatever
Property taxes doubled in Chicago-area county over the past 20 years
"Cook County Treasurer Maria Pappas has released a new study about property taxes it just the county's tax bills basically doubled over the past 20 years Purposes. Office says that the doubling of tax bills is nearly triple the rise of the cost of living index. Total tax bills in the county increased 99% over the last two decades, while the cost of living rose just 36%. The study examined tax bills on the county's 1.7 million parcels of property.
White House chief of staff: 'We are not going to control the pandemic'
"Trump's chief of staff, argued on national TV today that we're not going to control the pandemic comb was Nick Papa reports, health officials in our state don't agree. The president has been White House chief of staff Mark Meadows in a fiery exchange with Jake Tapper on, CNN says even though Copan 19 isn't a death sentence, we're not going to control the pandemic. We are going to control the fact that we Get Vaccines Therapeutics because of how the virus spreads. Meadow says the U. S won't be able to control covert 19. This comes as the vice president continues to travel across the country campaigning after two of his aides tested positive for the virus. At a time when cases air rising in almost every state in the country. Health officials here say Controlling the spread is possible or much better prepared kind of going into the fall, then we were back in the spring last week, state health officials said. The rising numbers are concerning here in Washington, especially since we're seeing transmission rates for the amount of people getting infected by someone with the virus still above the desired amount of one. We want to avoid that, and I think we can all help with that. That's comas. Nick Pappas reporting two people were
US banning use of WeChat, TikTok for national security
"All right. I'm sorry I didn't mean to be flip it but here's an example of what you're talking about Shannon. Possibly earlier than I expected the US Commerce Department announced the details of what qualifies for band transactions under the two executive orders affecting we chat and Tiktok I thought we wouldn't get until Sunday, but we got them today both we chat and Tiktok APPS will not be legal to distribute in the United States as of September twentieth. So APP stores will need to remove them just like apple decided to remove fortnight, they'll have to remove tiktok and we chat as we'll google play or. Any other APP store. Now, these executive orders can be rescinded if the Oracle deal is acceptable to the administration, keep an eye out. This isn't the final word but if condition stay as they are now that has to happen as of Sunday additionally on September twentieth taking payments through the we chat APP will be illegal. So stores in the US can't accept we chat that is often done for Chinese tourists to make it easier for them to pay. So that will not be allowed. For we chat in particular on September twentieth the US is forbidding the following any US company hosting any part of the we chat APP, a cdn service providing service to we chat any contracted transit or peering services doesn't mean that they can't transit the service but any agreement that says we'll give you peering as long as you give us peering back right or we'll. We'll give transit service if you pay us this much US companies can't. Do that anymore and any use of we check code in other APPS or services in the US. Lot Of folks think this is a first amendment violation because code is considered speech under a lot of precedents. But the idea here is stop clones to say, well, you can't just go take the we check code, put it in a different APP called something else under a different company. So you can't use the we check code in other services. This one's tricky. A dozen seemed mean we chat has to be actively blocked from the Internet. They're not asking ISP's block the we chat service they're slow down it means cdn's and transit providers can't work with ten cents on the we chat service, which would greatly reduce its reliability and availability possibly to make it almost useless. Those same prohibitions will not apply to tick Tock until November twelfth. So basically Oracle's got until November twelfth to get the deal done or tick tock becomes unusable as well. In summary As of September twentieth you won't be able to down the we chat download. We had dot from APPs stores in the US but if you have them already, you can keep them. They won't get security updates though. And we chat won't work very well but tick tock will still work as normal if you've got it until November twelfth. A couple other notes here, US Magistrate Judge Laura Bieler ruled Friday that she would not issue a preliminary injunction against this we chat order she previously had said she might be willing to because the original executive order issued in. August was a little vague but said, Friday hey. Now we have the details not vegas anymore. So. She says, this complaint is now moot. Further filings from the we at user alliance are expected to argue that it's not moot. We'll see if those come. Also instagram head at a Maseri tweeted that quote a US Tock Band would be quite bad for Instagram facebook and the Internet more broadly and in response Tiktok interim CEO Vanessa Pappas the head of tiktok in Santa Monica. Asked facebook and instagram quote publicly join our challenge and support our litigation in other words like fine. If you believe that we need your help. Of course, the president as of this recording has not yet issued his decision on the proposed deal for Oracle. It's expected at any moment oracle wants to become a trusted tech partner and minority owner in new us-based tech. Company. Owned by Bite Dance. The. Saga continues I imagine we might. Have this all solved by Monday but of course, then it's onto the next thing. How your feeling about this. Well Shannon I don't know about you but I am I was laid to the TIKTOK game but an enthusiastic TIKTOK USER I don't make stuff but I I watch other things and I really liked the APP and I'm not alone it's a very, very popular up and I can't really think of I've thought of I was trying to think of has this ever happened before some some time where there was something that I liked technology wise. That was then you kind of taken from me based on where I live a lot of other countries and regions in the world are very used to this I can't think of one I really can't. I can think of APPs or services that were available somewhere else and then they came to the US. Eventually, we're never did but not something that was sort of taken away. So I just wondered what the Creator Backlash all this is going to be like. There's a big creator backlash I. I'm sure that it's going to happen quite soon to like there's a lot of people that have that are creators on. TIKTOK. That had not diversified and just thinking of it from that Creator side there's a lot of people that are going to lose income just specifically with tiktok but also with we chat because we chat has always been. So internationally friendly where people can use it across borders. So there's a lot of like developers. There's a lot of companies that use we chat for business. So this is not only going to be hurting TIKTOK and we chat but. It's also going to be hurting the people that use it as well for their own businesses and I. Don't know if if this was considered when they decided to put in put this ban in place, and that's very very concerning not just because you know that that freedom of the Internet as I was mentioning earlier with the previous story but also from the whole income aspect of like at all times in in twenty twenty when we have a pandemic and they're going to remove the these applications because they're based in a different country and we're going to be losing the opportunities to conduct business because of that. Keep in mind folks when you're forming your opinion about this and I'm not telling you what opinion to have when I say this that. It is not against the rules for the United States to ban an APP we ban all kinds. Of APPS. There are APPs that we all agree should be gone child pornography fraud. Those kinds of APPS. What's at issue here is the administration is saying these two APPS are just as dangerous to our national security and to more personal data as a fraud APP and therefore yes, it's going to have fallout, but it's because they're dangerous apps like they pretend to give you something good but they're really. Supporting an enemy and we can't allow that seem that. That is the argument that is being made. And we can stay the same argument about a lot of social media platforms. I mean we we have American platforms that do dangerous things, but they are not under the supervision of the Chinese government. So there is a difference. It's a definitive difference and you can decide yes you want to think about it. I'm glad you added that comment that there needs to be a definitive difference. There needs to be proof and evidence. real quickly before we wrap this up yesterday, we reported that the Oracle deals term sheet would create a company called Tick Tock global based in the US with its own board of directors. We got a few more details on that term sheet axios llosa's INA freed has more detail saying the term sheet describes three boards. A board approved by the US government would oversee TIKTOK US and include a security director and an independent data security expert. With national security credentials, which is pretty much the description of a former CIA or NSA officials. So the US government would put a board to oversee the operations of tiktok in the US while Oracle would operate it. A security subcommittee of that board would be composed of US citizens with veto power over Tick Tock Global Security data privacy decisions in the US, and then there would be a board of directors independent of Bite dance over tiktok global. So Little more detail there for you to consider.
Boston Area News: Primary Voting Begins in New Hampshire and Rhode Island
"Primary voting today in New Hampshire and Rhode Island in New Hampshire's Republican House primary. Former State Department official Matt Moore is the winner and will face Democratic incumbent congressman Chris Pappas in November Governor Chris Sununu winning his primary in Rhode Island, former state lawmaker Robert Lancia winning the Republican House primary and will face incumbent Democrat Congressman Jim Langevin in November.
TikTok CEO resigns amid U.S. pressure to sell popular app
"Has resigned. Kevin Mayor led the company for just three months. During that time, the Trump Administration had put a lot of pressure on the video sharing APP to cut ties with its owner in China. NPR's Bobby Allen reports. President Trump has issued two executive orders aimed at banning TIC TAC or forcing the APP to be purchased by an American company and talks are ongoing companies, including Microsoft and softwaremaker Oracle are discussing a possible acquisition. But now TIC Tac's chief executive, Kevin Mayor says he is quitting. In a letter to employees reviewed by NPR mayor said quote the political environment has sharply changed, He says he's thought about what the next phase of Tic Tac is going to look like, and it's not going to include him. He didn't say why. Beyond, citing upcoming structural changes to the company. Back in May, Tic Tac's US general manager, Vanessa Pappas, told NPR what she thought mayor would bring to Tic Tac after his time as a top streaming executive at Disney. Personally, I'm very excited to see Kevin Mayor joined. I think he brings the right level of global expertise to really guide our expansion. Now Pepe's herself will take the reins from mayor and it's during a moment the company itself describes as an existential crisis. The Trump Administration and TIC Tac are now locked in a legal battle over whether the White House can outright ban the app in the US over unproven fears that Chinese authorities can access Americans data. And Trump signed another order directing tick talk to sell off its U. S assets to an American company, citing unspecified national security concerns. In May. Pappas said the fears about it's Chinese parent company by dance, cooperating with the Chinese Communist Party are unfounded. From our U. S operations we manage and I personally oversee all of our content, moderation and operations and from a data perspective, we don't store any of our user data in China. We started in At the U. S and Singapore. In his letter, Mayor says tic tac employees and users should not be significantly affected by any structural reorganisation, and he suggested ownership issues will be resolved soon. Meanwhile, the millions of American teens making dance challenge and communiqu skit videos do not seem to be paying much attention. Bobby Allen. NPR NEWS SAN Francisco The president is
"pappas" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Tool you should come on that doctor Pappas I'm getting excited all right and my only prior authorization though both calls rolled through it we'll talk to tomorrow to get some R. enjoys mystery guy okay we have to find out I I feel so bad which will do a significant Winston Churchill you know Eisenhower my personal physician doctor Sam Pappas in a time of hysteria we're talking about common sense getting the health being right by looking at ourselves as a whole package is not as a mouth that you pop pills into but as a human being what approaching health as a human being tell us about Sam Pappas the human being you're one of two twins right yes Sir how did you get into a mess it was the original plan with you in a twin brother you know we both had interests a follower grandfather's footsteps who fought against the the Germans in the promising Greek civil war but then he went to west point I said I wanna become a doctor I was really fascinated by this burgeoning culture of the traditional Greeks who had health and wellness in the vin elige yes and then modern science saying Hey the better train diet lifestyle is really good I saw relatives who are healthy you follow that within most who came to this country for John any immigrants for got it I went on a path include my parents of a lot of stress and disease so it's not an illness in my family so I was fascinated by the combination of athleticism you know history culture and medicine so I went a different path than my brother when he went to west point I went to undergrad at Lehigh than medical school within a medical career but didn't want to leave my roots and I tried to bring both of those together after I had all my training when did you find this concept of integrative health we're looking at that that that every aspect of the human being what what did you what did that come up to you is on your radar screen well it was always in the background because of our family as as we grease off and say you know the Mediterranean diet is just food for us but I met early on in my career as a young academic position a colleague who was in March into martial arts but into research and he said A. Pappas there's a lot of research here about lifestyle about doing things to help and I said do we need a trial to tell us about this lifestyle was very edifying and also exciting because I could take advantage of this and teach myself and take the courses and connect with people so I was early on about twenty some years ago interested in a combination of you know the why and the what and and for me I think it sounds so weird to stated because it seems so obvious but in getting to know you and being your patience it really has translated for me it's given me a new appreciation of meds and that's so crucial at this time of of you know who have virus of of the the hyperbole the the the the the craziness out there that that health medicine is about hills and procedures as much as it is about what you put into your system as food and then lifestyle it sounds so obvious but but it's not how we live we have a lifestyle coaches one of why on earth would you have a lifestyle coach why isn't a function of your health practitioner looking at you as a whole human being we have dieticians nutritionists should this will be part of medicine exactly no it's so fragmented I mean it's very fascinating you know I think we need your geopolitical expertise and how to fix some of these things but to me I connect often more with people like nutritionists and physical therapists and then guys at the gym then I do some of my colleagues other doctors right that's right now you get it they they don't they don't get it unfortunately it's a topic of quickly we've got a couple of minutes left in this segment why did you tell me when you first got got to know me and I do it every day no I did it for the longest time as they want to fix it in the sun every morning well again you know do we need a trial to tell us that the sun turns out it's been around for a while it's right turns on certain hormones it not just vitamin D. it's good for the brain it's good for our growth it's good for our mood we know that a four eyes get the sign we do good things plus the warmth in the heat I I told my wife I said we got a strong Hungarian British guy not drinking his tea in the sun yes every morning it's a good good start every morning I love it at and why is it you also told me Mediterranean diet why is the Mediterranean diet so popular what's good about it well it's it's amazing it it covers so many areas it's simple it has clean foods it has a long track record historically going back to you know before the Bible of food that turns on parts of our body to function well easily to tweak so for example I think of the hunter farmer someone like you've got a big build muscular would you better maybe with you know low carb Mediterranean first me as a farmer builds I can tolerate carbohydrates more so very easy to do very tasty I love my they've already said more military advice that yes please thank you in the last minute we've got left in this segment fasting I've gone back to trying to follow us twice a week meaning one meal on Wednesday and Fridays why is that good to well it's fascinating because again our forefathers did this yes and we now know that if we do fasting we can reset we can clean out the dead cells Bob it's been thought that the Greeks as eastern Christians fasted more than some of the Mediterranean Catholics in European Catholics and much more than a lot of our products and brother and so very very interesting many cultures in Asia have been fasting you were fasting when I met you and then you had kind of got away from it and I wanted to encourage you again right because you felt great doing it I do I really feel but for me it's easy for some people like my wife to come does she has that regular even if it's just short meals I could go I could wake up and not eat till the sun goes down right and it's a lot and I feel good and.
"pappas" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Maria Pappas is here and she is not known for somebody who's always is politically correct tell it like it is going to lay is and he's just he's holding up now this it one hundred and wait hold on here that you know it's like I tested resulting in like seven feet away here read this row can you read the full the bottom line he just handed me a piece of paper spell you know my tax bill went up forty percent year to year on the second half or whatever this is the second half I own a piece of paper I just gave you do you see what it says says one or thirty six thousand public employees working cook county well one hundred twenty seven thousand drive pensions no way and the amount of the pension in dept for anybody living in the Chicago's ninety two billion and the unfunded amount is sixty billion fifty billion and right here I've got I can I can show you if you were like live on TV you would see we live on TV but sixty billion dollars here is unfunded pension liability in the city of Chicago that's pretty scary so it's twenty five percent funded the city of Chicago so you so you everybody saying why are things going up there's two reasons it's gone up the trip in the university Chicago did an analysis saying that underserved neighborhoods were paying too much and wealthy neighbor herds hoods weren't paying enough so this recent tax bill is an indication that the formula got shifted so certain neighborhoods went up twenty percent in certain neighborhoods went down twenty percent why couldn't why couldn't it just certain neighborhoods if you want to make it equitable I don't want to present one of forty so I don't know how that's possible but what if if twenty twenty was the number why nights then make everybody even and then whatever whoever's paying whatever they were if you're you don't raise the taxes in those neighborhoods that were being over SS but raising taxes the ones are being under SS instead of dropping and then the other ones yet I don't know but I don't know what hell the university Chicago arrived at this formula the interesting for you to get them on and asking them why did why why in the end of the day the formula that you came up with drove me up to my one of four thousand drove me up twenty and someone else down twenty percent I mean you're gonna have to get these gurus in here who were in the study but in the mean time there is a whole lot that you can do about the bill that you just got so just give me a minute okay what can I do about this bill so so I don't want to pay you and I gonna pay you and what what is August first so so we're going to we're going to direct everyone listening to cook county treasure dot com okay it is now the eighteenth of July and we've already gotten five hundred and thirty three thousand people on the site so cook county treasure dot com is up in a hundred and twenty six languages you just go to the bottom punch your language if you're not getting this in English you can get it and holy yeah can you can get it whatever you want so you're in a just put in your address without saying nor self Easter western you are then going to see a picture of your house to verify that yes this is my home scroll down you're gonna see a four part grit that grit says twenty fifteen sixteen seventeen and eighteen which is this year eighteen is the sure we always pay a year later because the depression and then you're gonna see some boxes and it's gonna say homestead exemption senior exemption senior freeze those three boxes and then it's gonna say disabled disabled veterans those are exemptions so there are a lot of people in this town is forty five million in front of me about twenty six thousand seniors who did not get their exemption so on this bill which is the little yellow bell that you just got in the mail on on this bill that you just got in the mail yeah yeah I don't like that I don't either I was put on the bottom of the stack look at that later you see the okay says at the bottom here this first thing that a homeowners exemption but their senior they didn't get the senior exemption so if they didn't get it for four years it's two thousand dollars oh my god I think you can get the whole long cumulated yes as long as you own the home not for as low you can go back to twenty fifteen you contracting out for years so it's original active if you did miss it any and all it has forty five million dollars worth of people out there who missed this that we know of who are seniors so most of the seniors they've just never got they didn't know that they could get it or the other real culprits are sort of millennials I mean they sort of go through the closing and they run back to work in the reason their kids in there just in there that you don't take your details and all the stuff and all of a sudden they get this bill in there like whoa but they've never flight for their homestead exemption I had a problem I got to go look at it now because I didn't have to because I was I did that I'm not a millennial I'm somewhere in between the senior and the millennials and I and I did exactly that I went I ran back and I forgot to do the homestead set exact exemption I got it now but I don't know I might have missed out on the last couple should I be should I apply for that can you yeah I retroactive on I could I I can look it up right now and tell you if your the money well if you want to take a break and all.