35 Burst results for "Peter"

Rosamund Pike on new movie 'Radioactive'

Popcorn with Peter Travers

04:35 min | 16 hrs ago

Rosamund Pike on new movie 'Radioactive'

"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. So this is amazing. Russ welcome. Welcome to Nice. It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. I've got. Might follow his mother in some way. Yes. He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, which is so beautifully done to me. It's just Marchan as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. No, it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. End of the day, I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong but it was I know all about you 007. Sex for, dinner. Death for breakfast CEST. Bang on I, remember it to. And now you're Madame Curie. Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. Madame Curie. Yes. No they may we'll try now but it's too late. This might might be true. Yes. She she. I mean, yeah, she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So you needed margin direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. She's going to be quite imperious. You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. Which is which is Great. Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. was mischief not s mischief. As it should be you know even in a pandemic, but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? What attracted you to it? You know everybody would say, yes, I'd love to play manicured. There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. This is regulation they're not there seems like. In radioactive that all the rules breath. School is it. You know it's GonNa. Be Poked Science. Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. She looks sadly conventional. She wasn't I mean look the to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. Rees looking very. Cameron, you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. WanNa play this woman. This does mischief to be had. And I met my John Nice. Yes, she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. It was exciting to me. And I probably could even. Could have been pushed found from my case even.

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Congress urges Postal Service to undo changes slowing mail

Pat Thurston

01:07 min | 1 d ago

Congress urges Postal Service to undo changes slowing mail

"US Senator Gary Peters. He's from Michigan. He yesterday asked individuals, businesses and groups to contact his office about issues with mail delivery. He is opening an investigation into cuts to the U. S. Postal Service. He is the top ranking Democrat on the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee. They oversee the Postal Service. He said he is working to get to the bottom of any changes that the new postmaster general, maybe directing that undercut the Postal Service's tradition of effective service. He's doing this in light of a lot of complaints that have been we've been hearing and reports that we're reading in various newspapers and other publications, so and by the way, the post office asked for assistance in the stimulus package and They received nothing. So they're also functioning with less money than what they need in order to stay solvent through the pandemic.

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Navarro: Trump Executive Order on Drug Prices a "Beautiful Thing"

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

00:48 sec | 1 d ago

Navarro: Trump Executive Order on Drug Prices a "Beautiful Thing"

"White House trade advisor Peter Navarro spoke with CBS News What this executive order does. It's a beautiful thing. It's pure trump. It's by American for our government agencies like the Department of Defense, HHS and Veterans Affairs. It sweeps away some of the regulatory barriers to traditional manufacturing pharmaceuticals on our shores here. The president will be signing the executive order today during his visit to a World Pool appliance factory in northern Ohio. But so far the headline out of that event has been that as they tested people for Corona, who'd be close to the president turns out the governor of Ohio. Mike DeWine testing positive for Corona virus. His office says he's not exhibiting, though. Any symptoms. There was a big overnight fire in the basement of a house in Paterson, New Jersey, and police say they uncovered a

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California Health Insurance Rates Increase Slightly for 2021

Pat Walsh

00:19 sec | 2 d ago

California Health Insurance Rates Increase Slightly for 2021

"Insurance premiums are going up in 2021 but not by much. Covered. California announce premiums will go up 0.6% next year covered, California Executive director Peter Lee credits the low increase to the Corona virus pandemic, saying more healthy people are buying insurance during it. A new

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Not feeling sick, man tests positive for COVID-19 only after contact tracing

News, Traffic and Weather

01:26 min | 2 d ago

Not feeling sick, man tests positive for COVID-19 only after contact tracing

"People find contact tracing to be an invasion of their privacy. McComas Denise Whitaker tells us how it worked out Well for one man. There are certainly a lot of criticisms of contact tracing, but Peter Rosen Burger tells me He would not even have gone to get tested. Had it not been for that phone call he received from a contact Tracer. I first introduced you to Rosenberg er back in April, when he was really working hard to avoid getting covert 19 from his wife, Gracie. She has survived decades of health issues, including losing both her legs. Peter's been there every one of those almost 35 years as her full time caregiver. He nursed her through covert 19 which hit greasy really hard, And now that he's got it, he tells me he wouldn't have even known it had it not been for that call from a nurse, telling him he had been in contact with someone who tested positive would not go to the doctor. For what I feel right now. If I didn't know that I had Cove in 19 and I've got all the symptoms of Ah, you know, bad case of being out in the barn moving hay around. I'm glad I know because it gives me a little bit of extra buffer down for people because I don't want to spread the sea buddy. He is now sleeping in the guest room for his 10 days of quarantine. And he's also doing everything he can to try to boost his immunity by drinking lots of extra water on taking supplements.

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Tipping the Waiter at the TikTok Table; Howard Schultz: This is a five-star emergency

Squawk Pod

07:33 min | 3 d ago

Tipping the Waiter at the TikTok Table; Howard Schultz: This is a five-star emergency

"Up on today's podcast tech and the platform that's finally got adults talking tick tock tech stocks have been on a tear salesforce Microsoft and facebook all hit record highs this week. But leading the charge apple last Friday I will lead over ten percent in one day yesterday the stock closed at an all time high and now apple is just a few percentage points away from hitting a two trillion dollars market cap the golden number to get it there four, hundred, sixty, seven dollars and seventy seven cents a share. And it looks like apple wine this milestone before it's order one stock split goes into effect at the end of this month. The other companies in the headlines? This Week tiktok beloved by teems commonly misunderstood adults, and now a chesapeake in international business and diplomacy. Here's injury Ross Mark and we've been talking TIKTOK and Microsoft and all of what's happening in Washington. Eunice Yoon reporting now that it's not just Microsoft but to other tech firms that are in talks with Tik Tok owner by dance over a possible sale in president trump said yesterday, he was ready to approve a purchase of the US operations tiktok. But then he said the only woman to do it if the government receives a lot of money in exchange listen to this. Microsoft or somebody else who was the Chinese? What what the price is the United States could should get a very large percentage of that price because we're making it possible without us you know I use the expression it's like the landlord and the tenant. And without the lease the tenant doesn't have the value what we're sort of in a certain way the lease we make it possible to have this great success, tick toxic tremendous success, but a big portion of its in this country. Sale? Yeah. Whatever the number is, would it would come from the civil on Wall Street banker problems. By the way they call that tipping the waiter, but I don't think we've ever tipped the government for transaction president trump said he told Microsoft's CEO that a very substantial portion of the price is going to have to come into the treasury of the United States because quote or making it possible for this deal to happen I was on the phone by the way with. The people involved in this transaction deal teams on all sides who heard that yesterday. Couldn't really even make. Heads or tails of what the president was saying how. Would you hey the government what would that look like could there be a formulation where ultimately you come to some kind of transactional agreement and then you announce that you're making some kind of infrastructure investment in the in the United States who you're going to create some kind of jobs I'm literally, this is the conversation that's happening inside the room among these companies. If we created some companies without yesterday we got to it. It's what did you say? I. Heard it reported yesterday when I first started reporter yesterday I thought he's just saying this stuff off the cuff he doesn't really mean it. Then I saw what he actually said I thought wow, he does mean it. I don't even know how you could possibly as somebody WHO's working on this deal come up with anything that makes any sense and Steve Ballmer Steve Balmer was with us yesterday and said as a shareholder as the top shareholder Microsoft he would love to see this deal get done at the right price. Gets an exciting proposition for Microsoft. obviously depends on the price. Price is important as well as whatever restrictions come from a government perspective but I think it's an exciting avenue for Microsoft to really increase its consumer base. I don't know how you figure out any sort of pricing right pricing when you have to then go in and add some significant number on top that you'd be paying to the US Treasury. Well, what are they? Going to happen is because this is a bit of evaluation game. And I hate to say, we're going to be using trump valuation but I think that what's going to happen is they're going to effectively. Create a higher valuation for the overall business. Then kind of create something where they can say we're giving you something and that bite dance is giving it. That's the other important part of the view at least from what I understand Turnley among these groups is that the money has to come out of China not out of a US company. So you're going to have to make it appear whatever that whatever it is that you're giving to appear that China's not getting part of that's because Peter Navarro and others don't frankly want US money. Ten twenty thirty billion forty billion dollars ending up in the hands of China for the. So there's so many sort of China. has already weighed in. On this today that China has weighed in on this today through some of the states that media where they are saying that you know the US is basically stealing us and trying to do take off with this that it's a rogue nation now at this point. So the idea that you are going to come up with something that satisfies the trump administration and at the same time satisfies the communist government in China Good luck with that I mean this is they're going to get caught in between the two the two with this because even though China may not. Necessarily, be looking for some of the same angles. It's not going to say, okay, it's okay for the US to come out looking like this and stealing our company and don't worry about it. CEO of Tiktok you know or bite dance don't worry about it. We'll live with that sort of a kind of a slap in the face. To all this stuff we're talking about it. Sorry Andrew it. It overshadows the the lead of the story right and that's that there are possibly other suitors for the US. Of tiktok, we we we talked yesterday Andrew about well, maybe media companies would be interested in this property. Now, you know the the wording here that that we use her that Eunice was reporting was other tech offense, which which makes it even more interesting and who these other tech companies. May Be an at. Are they based in the US or are they elsewhere? It would be very I. I would imagine it would be very hard for Google or Amazon or an apple etc to try to buy this company given the anti-trust pressures on them, I. Think my understanding was that the White House preferred that liked the Microsoft choice from a regulatory perspective. So it's all very interesting by the way the other piece of this is the part I. Really don't understand if you're apple today, you know we're talking about this two trillion dollars market cap that keeps going up and up and up. Given. Given. The China risks now now, maybe look they foxconn supplying hundreds of thousands of people if not more than are making these phone so maybe they can't just say to Tim. Cook. Good luck to you but I would think there would be risk if we do this to a Tiktok what kind of a backlash reciprocal. Backlash is China going to have for some US companies doing business there? That's the part I don't understand say knock built into any of the. It it's it's no different than the same conversations we were having during the depths of the trade war. Right? We had these same conversations. We push too hard if the tariffs are to punitive companies are companies like apple, the ones that are going to face the pushback or the retaliation in some way and I think it's fair to say that that that never really came back to these two tech companies I mean, she didn't say where those tech companies were based and and I wonder what the US would do that if if it was being pursued by a company, another technology company based in China but not based in the United States either how would Sylvia's see something like that and would they still threaten to turn off the the APP in the United States if it was not a US company?

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Trump Administration Imposes Deadline For TikTok To Be Sold

Up First

02:48 min | 3 d ago

Trump Administration Imposes Deadline For TikTok To Be Sold

"Chinese company that owns tiktok is under a little bit of pressure from President Trump and is considering selling you the president says, he thinks tiktok is a threat to US security even given the company kind of deadline by set a date of around September fifteenth at which point is going to be out of business in the United States. Now, over the weekend president trump talked to the CEO of Microsoft, which is a potential buyer here NPR's tech reporter Bobby. Allen is with us this morning. Hi, Bobby Hey Rachel. So take a step. Back, Bobby, why does president trump have an interest in tick talks US operations in the first place? Well, trump never mentions TIKTOK without saying China to talks parent company. Bite dance is based in Beijing and trump says that means tiktok could be harvesting the private data of millions of Americans and sharing with the Chinese Communist Party now whether that's really happening is up for debate but trump, it's black or white right? It's took talks either stays chinese-owned and will be banned or the APP is bought by an American company like Microsoft and can stick around. Right. So No L. Mention this Microsoft CEO talk with President Trump over the weekend about the possibility of requiring Tiktok but that's rather remarkable. Right? Like why did the CEO of a private company feel the need to run this by the president right and that's because the trump administration including trade adviser Peter Navarro has been peering on Cable News and saying the White House does not trust Microsoft. And while it looks like right now that Microsoft has won back the confidence of the White House. The company just really wants to make sure absolutely has the blessing of the administration before trying to take Tiktok over and a big part of Microsoft's pledge is to ensure that no TIKTOK data ever leaves Americans shores. Yes to your question. The president getting intimately involved in a private company merger talks is not typical but talk right in APP known for dance challenges and Prank Videos. No last finding itself as the latest political football in Washington is dealing with just that. Can we close by talking about the business end of this like what's in it for Microsoft to buy Tiktok? What do they get out of this potential? So we hear the word Microsoft when we think of the company many people still think of windows, right? It's not exactly the hippest image in the world, but Microsoft does own xbox. It's one actually one of its most successful businesses and there's a lot of crossover potential between gamers and tiktok users not to mention bringing on tiktok would allow Microsoft to go toe to toe with facebook. Which sees talks huge popularity and is pretty envious.

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How to Generate a Weekly Flow of Inbound Client Leads with Tom Poland

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:38 min | 4 d ago

How to Generate a Weekly Flow of Inbound Client Leads with Tom Poland

"Tom. What's up to fire nation and sure something interesting about yourself that most people don't know. Who was that fire nation? Some, that's kind of interesting. The most people don't know is that in September. Two Thousand Sixteen I had a brain hemorrhage and fifty percent of the people had this particular type of brain damage die. And there's another forty one percent that apparently brain damaged and I had three the suck us over ten days. I survived a thriving y that is something I definitely did not know in you are thriving Tom and fire nation. That's exactly why we brought him on the Mike today because as I shared during the intro in talk about generating a weekly flow of inbound new clients leads in. Tom, you've written a trilogy of bestsellers on lead. Zoology. So let's start with you sharing the benefits of Liza algae. Best Way I can do that is paint a picture. So let's let's the picture what changes in your life when someone puts this place is pretty simple. Let's let's take. Let's take Monday morning you wake up you sipping coffee, you open your laptop. Tablet using. And you see. Bookings that have come in from people who are highly qualified who WanNa know more about working with you. That's the scenario and you have message. You haven't had to follow the miles that had booked time to have a talk with you about becoming client, and when you have that meeting was not going to be convincing designing GONNA be confirming because they've already created pre motivated prequalified in terms working they just want us to tell them that it's the right thing to do. That's that's the outcome. That's the benefit of lead dodgy I mean fire nation that's the dream I. Mean You WanNa create a business you want To create a system, you want to have the tools in place where you're waking up and having qualified people that want to know more about you, the one Qassim, your content that want to work with you, and now you've made quite a distinction Tom between marketing and selling. So I defined the two and then break down this distinction marketing is where we generally and selling us where we can better and as someone quite said, nothing happens in a business still selling salt until you've got a prospect and you converted. That person into a Klein and they pay some money we don't have anything we we can't do anything. We can't do our research development county supplies we got by a south. So true nothing happens in a business something sold, but nothing is sold until leads generated. So lead Gen is at the point of the pointy end of any business if you're not generating leads and if you don't have predictive control of the generation of not only the quantity of the caller slates, then you future is blitz. That's is precarious. To say the least. So let's make that distinction between marketing and selling. I mean you just went ahead and kind of define the to what the differences are. But what exactly do you want to make sure fire nation gets when it comes to their marketing and then when it comes to their selling like what's that process look like? So what don't want people to get is that essentially what Peter Drucker said the great management? Guru he said you know the goal of the goal of marketing is to make selling redundant. The way I said is that cell has what you have to do your marketing socks and I got my teeth selling life insurance as as a as a twenty one year old over four years ago I was selling life insurance I would make money morning and call people didn't WanNa. Hear from me. I had to be incredibly good selling because my marketing absolutely shocked. So. All the people go into the sows conversion courses in the south training courses and the whatever type of lettuce you know I'm twisting wise to close the Salad di. They all become redundant relevant. If you get ready your marketing because marketing is going to set it up. So that effective marketing, we'll set it up so that people want to actually work with you before you've actually spoken with him on at all and that that's the big distinction is at first of all inititally jet under control. Selling completely pointless. Now, under convert ride, you know leads coming to prospects and secondly when you get really good at marketing, you don't need to do and he's selling anyhow If if I've done the mocking right people aren't going to say to me well I to think about if I've done my marketing ride, people won't say Will County Florida done. My marketing ride people are going to be motivated and wanted to guys do consoles I have clients. is not about convincing because convincing selling it's about confirming because of done hopefully the marketing right in the first place.

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How to Read the New Testament Letters as a Whole

The Bible Project

05:34 min | 4 d ago

How to Read the New Testament Letters as a Whole

"This conversation is about how to actually read the New Testament letters as literary holes care from beginning to end you. You could have broke my brain talking about these letters being written and community. Yeah. Let's good. Yeah. New Appreciation for the lettuce come from Paul and his team team. Yeah, and there's a proscribed involved likely and it's just a new category, but it's really helpful for me to imagine that. And bring that in to what what does that mean. For this to be God's Word it's easier. Just imagine God zapping dude who transcribes something from the holy. Spirit Paul's. Meditating and praying in his study alone. Yeah. And they just here's the word of the Lord. To Talk. Feel more complex. But why can't God work in that way too. He clearly has. Yeah, we're, imagining. The scenarios from the actual data in the letters. You know that he names co senders yet co authors just not standard in first century letters. Yeah. There you go. So there are the product of Paul and his missionary teams in the working out the content over the course of years, and then as they travel around the roads on where we're GONNA go now is a little more practical and how to which is strategies and tools to actually read the letters and stuff. And learning how to identify what's important and things like that. So the first type of approach is just to understand the form of first century letters. I still remember learning how to like be taught how to write a letter. was, given. Template. Put. Certain things. Certain points on the page, the date upper left if in a homemade is your name. Yeah. I remember it felt weird to me. What would you put that information up at the? Left. and You write your name and address remember being like, what is it my address on the envelope? Why do I need? Yeah. Stuff like that. Do you ever do that? I can't even remember the last time. I actually wrote A. Paper letter but you. But if you ever opened up like we're document, yes, that's right and there's templates. Yeah. There's a letter typically, you're right I've done those. There's a business letter. Typically thing is I, don't create a I. Disease Tendencies of the one that's within page. Say there's a template for how you write letter. That's right and there was a template or templates. So here, we'll just summarize it in the most basic form. It's pretty intuitive. It's not rocket science angel letters in the centuries before especially in around the time of the postles you begin, the first words is your name. And then the receiver. So this called the opening address, you identify yourself who writing to and usually use some form of the Greek. Word Chorus, which means grace or favor to say, hello grace to you. So Paul to the church, and so and so Greysteel. There's almost always some little line of giving thanks to the gods for what after the opening address. After the opening, there's follows second main part of the form which is called the thanksgiving. Co you give thanks to the Gods I hear that you're in good health i. give thanks to the guts like then you get the body of the letter and then you get the closing. Letter, which is usually saying, hi to people if you want to travel plans a final prayer for the well-being or health or sometimes appraised the gods and then whatever PS post manner. So opening opening address, thanksgiving prayer just kind of a formality of sorts. And then get into it. Here's one Martin letter getting all the content. and. Then the closing that's right. And what you've got here is just a charts of like all of Paul's all the new letters and how they do this. And in the opening here like you've got First Second Thesselonians, collisions prescription you've got all the letters. And then you've got columns. Yeah, and you fill them out. So you've got Senator Collins Copied and pasted. The opening paragraph, Paul's the sender Yup. He gives himself the title usually. He does it and I the second Thesselonians. The next call movers called it the. Call the description. So the opening like here's what I am. Let me describe why that's right. It's important Dorian. Yeah. Yeah. So in other words when Paul the most basic form would be Paul Tucson. So yeah, he actually not one of his letters that way. He almost always adds a description of himself. Sometimes short, sometimes long he often names the group that produced a letter and then it comes from, they'll named people. So that's the first thing he He rarely puts just his name, usually his name in other people's names, and he usually describes himself with long or short descriptions, and so here's the basic point. Is that if you start comparing all the different beginnings of the New Testament letters, you'll notice when Paul or Peter or John is taking the. Forum and tweaking adapting it to the unique purposes of that letter. That's the basic idea.

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Yoenis Cespedes Opts Out 2020 Season, Didn't Tell NY Mets

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 4 d ago

Yoenis Cespedes Opts Out 2020 Season, Didn't Tell NY Mets

"Missing. Now he's likely gone. Forever, Peter Schwartz reports. Sometimes bizarre tenure of yo an assessment is in Mets uniform has probably come to an end All the Mets for nothing lost in Atlanta, overshadowed by the news that took place before, during and after the game, you went assessment as to not show up at the ballpark. That led the Mets to release a statement saying they didn't hear from suspicious and couldn't get ahold of them. During the game. There were reports that cess pit has opted out and that news confirmed by general manager Brodie van Wagon and after the game, it was not on site. We weren't we weren't aware of why we were able to send a security team to the hotel. And then ultimately learned later that he was he Waas healthy is not in any danger and then ultimately has made the decision to opt out of the season and that effectively and cess pit. This is time with the Mets. He's a free agent after this season.

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John S. Couch: The Art of Creative Rebellion

Leadership and Loyalty

04:27 min | 5 d ago

John S. Couch: The Art of Creative Rebellion

"And Gentlemen, please put your hands together and help me welcome my friend. That's that's an infection. You'd see you too. Thanks for joining us. Really appreciate it. Our say the beginning of the show this is a question I ask everybody because we live in this age of influences although I think that's a terrible title but nonetheless. I'm one of the things I always want to know is who is someone who we might not know or even consider who has been a major influence on you and on your leadership. Well there's The usual suspects that people talk about whether it's talking about Peter. Drucker. From a management perspective and two usual kind of business school books approach to but in reality for me a lot of. My corporate influences have been really nontraditional. So. There is a book called the art spirit by an artist named Robert. Henry from the Ash can school in eighteen. Ten. Nineteen twenty really early times who interestingly enough he He kind of broke down in enlightened my thinking about creativity along time ago and interesting enough I find a lot of the things that that influenced me over time. Or less the business books no less the how books in really more books that were philosophical. So a one level Robert Henry's take on creativity. Of starting with what you have in once you are in working from there was incredibly important. I would say from a strategic perspective when I was a teenager a book called the Book of five rings by Miyamoto Musashi, which is the the book that the probably considered to be the greatest summarize Japan wrote in the sixteenth century about strategy literally ten days before he died. And it's kind of the sun, Suu, art of War for Japan, but it's much center. And actually was adopted by the Harvard Business School. Thirty years ago as required reading and in that book it talked about. How humans are essentially broken down and Thomas elements of wind fire and water in the void. And talked about how you lead teams and so a lot of ways was interesting for me is the fact that this summary. Talked about the fact that human beings are multi variant the metaphor for him. Was the idea that when you're actually pulling together people, you don't try to make one-size-fits-all actually aknowledged what people's capabilities in what their? Lack of talents and whether great talents are without judgment. So the analogy was you're building a house and some would is used to support the house and it's very maybe gnarly and but stick it strong and you hide it behind the walls and you have been near would which is very thin and grab for a beautiful and you put that towards the front and you know the metaphor goes on you know with the idea human beings are the same way and that you wouldn't expect a beautiful. Veneer Wall to be a supporting column of would within the House in the same way to the metaphor goes when you're when you're hiring people and when you're actually trying to build a culture that you hire and you don't thank will this person needs to conform into this particular role that I'm trying to fulfill but you actually look at them and say, well, the role trying to fill is one part of the overall capabilities at this person. On Larry. And if you're. Smart about it, I think what you do you use the Job Description at you're putting out in the world is a way to attract talent. But if you do it correctly, the job itself is just one part of the overall capability of the person. You can actually almost van Diagram Denise between the business and within Russell needs are the personnel are, and if you can kind of do that crossover where they intersect, you can actually unlock two to three x the capabilities of that person. So probably long winded answer to your question, but does two books were interesting of a huge influence to me?

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"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

04:42 min | 5 d ago

"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Considering that you have put Roman numerals in the writing of this and there are twelve of them. Yeah intense. So There's this first sign that says, Peter did not write these letters right so the the basis for this argument is Peter was an illiterate fisherman from Galilee? Not Likely that he'd be educated enough to or have an advanced. Knowledge, of the Greek language or philosophy rhetoric, a formal education in order to write these very complicated and intense letters. Okay. So some scholars think that the pestering letters which are the letters that Peter wrote referred to the Pauline Letters which are Paul's letters were who read the latrine letters to stop it don't like that why are we going to make things you don't even Offer. You get nothing for that. Patron and the police do you want to call them the Peter Letters Wassall the Peter. Letters. Okay. We'll call them. We're the CRAG. Letters. That Peter Letters. So they refer to pause letters as scripture which could mean that they were written post Paul Okay Ot report on alternate references in first and second Peter Come from the set to agent but real Peter would have probably cited an old testament. Hebrew they they certainly referred to Paul's letters and have to post eight some of them. So a date before ad is not Likely Peter Probably died around sixty, five, sixty, seven ad. But some people think that his death has actually recorded in acts win at they talk about how an angel came to get him and he went to another place that that was like a kind of a way to describe his death and then he could have died earliest forty, four you think you think witness said he died I I don't know I would just think we could. So attention ten pair he's not like the poetic lag and then angel. On the arms of an angel he didn't like it would have been like on the Peter died and then Peter move places and then Peter went places..

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"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

03:15 min | 5 d ago

"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Going out with losers and we get scared we won't find love and. We're going to be alone forever or we look around that new city we moved to you and we feel isolated and overwhelmed. But what did Peter do after stepping out and being afraid and starting to think he cry out for help he could have just drowned or hoped it would all work out but he didn't he asked for help and a lot of us are more fearful of asking for help than we are of drowning and it's just not the way. There are people in your life, your family members, maybe your friends, coworkers, neighbors who wish you'd have faith in them. Those same people wish you wouldn't doubt them to show up when you need them. Don't just think ask for help. Myself who cares it has to deal with you know I, I was just I was looking to stores like how on apply this to myself you know to to come from a real place but when I was doing that I realized that I think the the big thing we have is our tendency my tendency to self centered around the divine you know in this obviously Peter Sees Jesus and he amelie interjects himself into what's happening I he. Says Lord. If it is you command me to come to you on the water clearly like he just wants to get on get in on whatever miraculous thing is happening and it's it's it's important. Remember this is right in the hills of having just participated personally in the feeding of the multitude but I liked that Peter very much wants to interact wants to engage and I do think there's some kind of like a squirrel vibe to Peter Sunday where he's. Happening birth. So Jesus some into the water and Peterson's walking and immediately began sinking and cries out to Jesus to save him which Jesus does because he's Jesus. Even though I do think it would have been like a huge check for Jesus. Let him drown like told Y'all. But but going back to this story, I personally very much recognized this tendency to. Feel a sense of entitlement like I want to be included in the things happening around anything happening in my life I expect included I expect to be consulted that goes for professional stuff mural stuff even God stuff, and then when I add myself to that mix of whatever's happening if any kind of hijinks ensue I'm the first one to demand someone bail me out. So the thing I keep going back to his Yes, and the willingness is good. Sometimes temperance of the heart is better what would happen if we didn't always rushed to have our opinions heard or was rushed to involve ourselves in the things we don't totally understand to me I think if we are content to watch listen and learn more before acting, we'd just might be able to grasp bigger lessons and applications available for us instead of a mealy sinking into the water. And lastly, before we're going to end with an accountability segment, we call eight gentle.

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"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

04:46 min | 5 d ago

"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"He's really entering into this mode of actively mentoring his disciples. He's laid that template if we wants to be now he's trying to like mentor his guys like how are you going? How are you going to give me to the world I'm gone you know and it's not going to be freaking out because you sank in ocean. It's GonNa be because as processes work through this. Okay. So verse thirty two and when they got in the boat, the wind ceased verse thirty three and those in the boat worshiped him saying truly you are the son of God. This might be the moment where I think Jesus is like in his head Paseo Paciencia like well, it only two now. Like all the demonic Ex-. Exercise the Sea Bass said there were two they're only like two of them and I F-. Feeling feeding multitudes, healing people but this okay, Great. Okay. So this is what tech was mater, which is, isn't that true for all? That's right. We see Mirror we see miracles all the time we see miracles all the time and I think there is something to of, and this is a modern thing I think when you're dealing with like just belief in something you don't understand or even like a polarities like. Sometimes you don't buy something until you're mealy affected by it, and maybe you can sit there and handout bread and fish a lot of people. But until you're the one on the boat and there's a storm raging and people are walking on water. They're like whoa now I get it. You know I get it now do you hear about some superlatives in the story? Let's do it what or who took the biggest sale in the store for the other disciples listen the all the rest of them. They didn't even try to figure out this weird situation. They were not willing to engage with the night spirit slash woman who drowned like. That's what a loss because I think. The Gut is to say Peter and you might say that Peter Lawson this but it's like well, no don't look at Peter as the loser looking. Is the leader at least Peter was willing to step out of the boat. Sure. Sure. There's a there's an enthusiasm there. That is be honored. I'm GONNA give kind of lunatics I'm GONNA give it to Matthew I. Think there is a cooler reason that Peter got spooked than the wind you know so you've matthews not realizing this correctly maybe he's like maybe Peter Forgot to dvr will fortune or something loss focus for a second the dinosaur thing because you know one of the questions I have for Aaron is Matthew wrote this but so did mark and John. How did you know who we talked about the synoptic gospels white there's this information that's across all three. But what's their source is them? Being there because Luke was really there for a lot of it but like it's Matthew, just getting information from mark is mark really like everyone's cheating off my paper May maybe I can give an L. to Paul because Paul his writings I think we're in the synoptic gospels he doesn't mention this I've really does something to mention great. Why didn't mention it? Him Peter didn't get along. That's probably true. Credit there were there were no women to be rude about in this story so Here is the girl going after..

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"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

01:54 min | 5 d ago

"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"I, don't know this feels like sketchy but like if it's you told me to come and what do you think I got? Is Jesus going. Get out here or is it more like? Okay, come. I the latter batter and I think I, think it's less Peter being skeptical because I like to I like to keep that for Thomas you know yeah and that's going away or just be like I'm going to observe back because I agree I think Peter is more of a challenger like he's challenging in this like what's happening because what's happening? Okay I don't even think it's about Dow that you couldn't do it. I don't even know for sure like 'cause he said Lord if it is year. Round, the gate he's like, okay well, if it is used interpreted has doubt. Know. Almost. Like a because. It's me your friend Jesus remember I think it's very it's not even that it's doubt it's like. We'll Lord if it is you, I've seen you raise a purse from dead cells. Seeming that I can walk on water. So it's him hedging of like your far away and I am nearsighted we know that if I'm cool if not, well, this was a mistake I always interpret Peter is I wanna like can I do this like I'm jumping? My heart saying is that it's like, okay I want to get it on. Let's go. Yeah. Yeah. Where's the other disciples probably still terrified and it's like his spirit Why would you talk? When I think Peter I think of bold all caps font. Jesus I think of Italics you know what I mean. So there's a natural. But I appreciate I think there's a nuance you probably don't resonate. Hey. Guys a quick break talk about one of our sponsors crew. We have so much fun running through the Bible with all of you that we can sometimes forget their people all over the world who simply can't get a Bible can you imagine you can help us chain that our friends at crew are distributing free bibles around the world to people who can't get them some can't afford them some live in places where they aren't allowed..

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"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

04:24 min | 5 d ago

"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Can you imagine if somebody walked up to your like you are not sign of Randolph Okay you will be called Trevor. Lifeline? and see focus is air make. Word. It translates to Peter Petrus in Greek and Greek. It was good pay. And Peter Means Rock. what we know about Peter in general is that he from all the stories in scripture some we've talked about some we haven't, and we will in the future but Peter was impulsive at times irritable. He got raw angry but he was also very gentle. He was loyal. He was loving. He is famously known as a disciple who has an enormous amount of question. Peter is part of Jesus. Click within a click, which is the inner circle of Peter James and John. Now, he'll go on to write two books of the Bible, I Peter and Peter Maybe Erin did Peter Right second heater because there seems to be some issues in the research I did for the record. Peter is my favorite disciple. So you so Peter this is like you mentioned this is his second appearance here. This is multiple appearance for Peter and we have previously cast him. I, don't think I. Cast Him I think. I. Gave that honor to you very kind to give me that honor because it is. You're like you mentioned it as your favorite. In season seven with is since the fire in the casting of Peter is Jordan Peele, which is still so much. Okay. I was GONNA ask 'cause sometimes I do this experience sometimes I've cast someone, and then later when I'm revisited with them like man could better job but I feel really good about that for you. I, think given great shows if we cast him Zach Ephron Yeah, I've I've I feel like I'm not there anymore breath. That's such a lie here for his beard. Yeah. Get me wrong. So win, we're talking about the story I, want you guys to think of Jordan Peele and if you donahue Jordan, Peele as may educate yourself. He is He was part of Peel the comedy show but right now he's kind of one of the most I don't know respected like horror tourists that we have today won an Oscar get out us and then the what's the The? There's a new HBO TV. Show he's coming out with lovecraft something look our country that looks to be really good. So I like a- even more I like that he is a a talent, your he's an actor but now he's a producer and I think that's really at home with WHO Peter is. He was like a town as disciple Ba- later on, he evolves and become a mature part of the whole movement right that's right and listen if you ever if you're listening and you're like, well, who else have you cast? Casting yes. You can go to the Bible Binge Website Bible Been Struck you Bible Bench Dot Com and you can cook casting and you'll see the pictures and the names of everyone we've cast in every episode..

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"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

The Bible Binge

05:31 min | 5 d ago

"peter" Discussed on The Bible Binge

"Follow along with us on instagram and twitter at the Bible Bench finally here at the Bible Bench we urge you to love others as you love yourself and share the show on social media and if you WANNA fall ago. The main biblical scripture the store will cover is Matthew Chapter Fourteen for twenty two through thirty three are Jamie new season new theme I for one. Am really excited talk about these ding-dong disciples because I don't know about you I'm I'm looks excited my Malek's out antenna. Really kind of drop in here patiently today passed every now, and then we've got a whole season pass are here for the week we've got our. Bands and our faith mask and we're ready to go. That's right. But before we talk about this episode I'm really excited about it and lead off the season with we have even more amazing news in announcements about the show in general right. So first of all the big, well, there's a bigger announcement that doesn't really care about, but is important us we're. Joining a network If you are familiar with podcast, we part of the wondering work. The Bible Binge is now a proud part of the wondering network as well but even more immediately exciting for probably listeners the Bible. Bench it's not seasonal anymore it's not biweekly anymore it's freaking weekly every single time I know 'cause one of the biggest complaints got they're. Like hey, why isn't there an episode every day we want there to be an episode every single day your and we can't do that. That's crazy. That's crazy but it would be like. Well, could you do one every week? That's crazy. Yeah. But now it's not crazy. It's not just crazy but we know it's crazy but now starting with this episode every. Single. Sunday. You will have a fabulous new episode in your feet. That's right. So Structure Wise. If you're interested, we're going to do is the type of.

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Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence To Study Elephant Calls

All Things Considered

01:51 min | 6 d ago

Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence To Study Elephant Calls

"Which is a problem If you study them, we basically have no idea what they're doing, how they're using the landscape all of those kinds of things. Peter Rag is the behavioral Ecologist at Cornell University. And he says one way to solve the problem is to eavesdrop on the elephants instead. Leads Cornell's elephants were listening project, which uses an array of microphones in the rainforests of Central Africa to record the rumbling and trumpeting of elephants. They pick up other sounds too, like the chest beats of guerillas. By now, he estimates they have gathered a 1,000,000 hours of tape. And he says, analyzing that much tape is a beast. Very, very slow, very tedious. Jonathan Jones, Selman agrees. He volunteered on the project as a teenager, hand picking elephant calls. He thought there had to be a better way. So he and fellow Stanford grad Nikita Demir trained artificial intelligence to do the job. Instead, Here's Gom Selman, we feed these models, hundreds of examples of both audio clips with and without elephant calls, and then these deep learning models of basically the overtime. Able TTO learn specific features that the people training these models don't fully know ourselves. They'll present the model next week at a virtual meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Other Wreg hasn't yet tried the new algorithm. He says. It seems faster and more accurate than earlier. Aye, aye attempts, which gives him and other scientists a better chance to decode the mysteries of elephants rumbles. This is their language. If we can start understanding that better, we know Maur. What's going on in the forest where we can't see anything because to keep an eye on the forest you got to keep in here.

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Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence To Study Elephant Calls

All Things Considered

01:51 min | Last week

Researchers Use Artificial Intelligence To Study Elephant Calls

"Elephants True to the name spend their lives hidden in the rainforest, which is a problem If you study them, we basically have no idea what they're doing, how they're using the landscape all of those kinds of things. Peter Reggae is the behavioral Ecologist at Cornell University. And he says one way to solve the problem is to eavesdrop on the elephants instead. Greg leads Cornell's Elephant Listening project, which uses an array of microphones in the rainforests of Central Africa to record the rumbling and trumpeting of elephants. They pick up other sounds too, like the chest beats of guerillas. By now, he estimates they've gathered a 1,000,000 hours of tape. And he says, analyzing that much tape is a beast. Very, very slow, very tedious. Jonathan Jones, Selman agrees. He volunteered on the project as a teenager, hand picking elephant calls. He thought there had to be a better way. So he and fellow Stanford grad Nikita Dimier trained artificial intelligence to do the job. Instead, Here's Gom Selman, we feed these models, hundreds of examples of both audio clips with and without elephant calls, and then these deep learning models are basically the overtime. Able TTO learn specific features that the people training these models don't fully know ourselves. They'll present the model next week at a virtual meeting of the Ecological Society of America. Other Wreg hasn't yet tried the new algorithm, he says. It seems faster and more accurate than earlier. Aye, aye attempts, which gives him and other scientists a better chance to decode the mysteries of elephants rumbles. This is their language. If we can start understanding that better. We know Maur. What's going on in the forest where we can't see anything because to keep an eye on the forest, you got to keep an ear on it, too.

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White House signals support for $600 jobless benefit

Garret Lewis

06:57 min | Last week

White House signals support for $600 jobless benefit

"Trump to his credit, and you won't get the credit. But to his credit, Trump and some of the Republican allies in the Senate signal that they want to extend temporarily. These $600 per week expanded jobless benefit in order to fill the gap between now but nobody listened. Nobody listen, They just sort of left. Democrats have so far rejected an extension to anything. And they say the next relief bill needs to move as a complete package. Do you think they'll get punished? By the way? Do you think they'll get vilified in the media? For not wanting to do any work. They passed there. What the hell did they call it? They're heroes package. Which was nothing. But ah loaded down situation with money for special interests and attempt to buy votes for the Democrats in 2020. That's all it was. It was an attempt to purchase the 2020 election with your money. By the way, That's what that was all about. Now. Republicans argue the provisions passed in March at the peak of the crisis has discouraged people from returning to work. As when Ah added to their local inflamed benefit. Some workers are taking in Mohr than they had been paid to work. There are actually people benefiting There are people doing better right now. Not working. So where is the incentive? I mean, people want to go backto work? Sure. Percentage of people do. Some people like sitting around and watching TV. Even though there's nothing on TV, my God! I have seen every friends episode Every single friends episode at least three times since this started because we got into a bad time where there's nothing out there. I mean, show something else. I got really excited. A few weeks ago, they started showing psych marathons on TV. I loved psych for a while, they were showing Xena Warrior Princess Marathon. I like that. Watch those with sound out that kind of stuff. So I like that, but for by and large on a daily basis, I think it's on TBS. The on ly thing. Toe watch that's worth watching that has any entertainment value on TV. That's on TV. That's not streaming or anything like that is friends and I have seen every episode because my daughter is obsessed. And the words, guys. You guys are so lucky. You get to watch this when it was on my God felt lucky. Um, like watching Jennifer Aniston. I'm not gonna lie anyway. Democrats note that many people don't have jobs to return Tio with unemployment hovering around 11% in June, well because the country is not opening back up. So I mean, it's not, you know, one doesn't necessarily equate to the other President Trump was willing to extend the $600 bonus for another week as a bridge, while horse trading between the two sides continued. But the Senate adjourned as he addressed reporters at the White House on Thursday evening. That was a flaw. All right, not everything. I don't care what anybody says. Not everything Republicans do is perfect. Not everything Democrats do is bad. That was a mistake. McConnell sent people home. People are going to remember that That was screwed up, and that was a mistake. There is no reason to go home. There's no reason to adjourn. Certainly not on Thursday. Well, everybody else has to work works Friday. You know has to work on Friday. They should've stayed. They should have hammered it out. That is 100% What they should have done. I don't care what anybody says. That was a mistake, and that's going to cost us in November's just the reality, Trump said. We want a temporary extension of expanded unemployment benefits. This will provide a critical bridge for Americans who have lost their jobs to the pandemic through no fault of their own. This's not anybody's fault, he said, calling on Democrats toe work with him on measures which would stop Americans from being evicted from their homes and to pass another round of direct checks, which which both sides support. You just need to agree on a on a number. Now, of course, Democrats have been married to what they call the heroes. They passed their $3 trillion heroes package. How much time do you think I've actually spent? On the actual bills for this kind of stuff. And how much time do you think has spent on the acronym Do you think they have a subcommittee that comes up with the acronyms? You think there's a group that sits around and then comes up with the thing and with the actual bill and all the money And how long after that, do you think? Do we have to wait until the sub committee comes up with the acronyms? Did you know they got they got they got to test it. It's got to be heroes. It's going to be something positive. Obama and, um, did so. Democrats passed in the House passed a three tailed trillion dollar package last month, which would extend the $600 per week federal boost to January 2021 while also allocated $175 billion for rent mortgage aid again. I don't think I need to be $600. I think that we need the rent mortgage aid, but the bit what's one thing you never hear about? Is the bill was loaded down with money for special interests in an attempt to buy votes for the Democrats in 2020. As a result, it had no chance in the Republican controlled Senate Conservatives have refused to pass a measure. Peter Ki, even eager to keep the fourth aid package to around $1 trillion. On Monday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell unveiled his own heels act. They didn't focus group that one. Heels. I know what they're trying to do, but it sounds like they're a bunch of heels. They needed to do better without one with reduced federal unemployment insurance, But the Democrats won't budge, McConnell said. Day drill redline and sand liability protection. In the next Corona legislation. Otherwise, we're going to get the courts are getting it loaded down. But under liability protection. The courts are getting it loaded down because people are going to view this was an opportunity, too. So we talked about it earlier in the show. People are going to file lawsuits all over the place because somebody some restaurant somewhere didn't require people to cover their mouth when they got something like that. I got sick when I got not shows at this place, and therefore that companies that businesses you know, insurance has to pay me $600,000 because I got covert and I was afraid and the mental anguish with diet. That kind of stuff is gonna happen, so we need liability protection. We don't need $600 every week on top of what the states are giving us. And more than anything else. Everybody on every side. Every side of the aisle needs to come together and talk and negotiate and not just hold their breath and stomp their feet and it was a big mistake to send the Senate home. Huge mistake to send the Senate home because they still have work to do.

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Arizona Senator  asks Congress for extension of unemployment benefits

Arizona's Morning News

01:45 min | Last week

Arizona Senator asks Congress for extension of unemployment benefits

"Eyes on the economy. Washington D. C's dysfunction and Bickering is alive and well in Arizona Senator Martha McSally calling out of colleagues for not reaching agreement on the latest Corona virus relief bill. With a $600 federal unemployment benefit expiring today make. Sally wants an extension simple seven day extension of the extra $600 a week week for for unemployed unemployed Americans Americans while while we we work work through through our our differences differences on on how how to to move move forward forward President President Trump Trump also also in in favour favour of of the the temporary temporary extension. extension. Democrats Democrats want want to to keep keep the the $600 $600 payments in place it through the end of the year. Republicans want it lowered to either $200 a week or 2/3 of lost wages. Governor Doug Ducey says Arizona will not step in to fill the gap for those who lose the $600 a week. Congress needs toe act. This is on Congress. Arizona is doing its part, the federal government has to do their part. Without the federal boost unemployed Arizonans received $240 a week. It's one of the lowest weekly payouts in the country. No surprise to the Treasury Department that America's gross domestic product or GDP, retracted by nearly 33% in the second quarter of this year. Blame the Corona virus, but going forward, the administration is really focused on trying to get another piece of legislation through that's focused on release and rescue, Assistant Treasury Secretary Monica Crowley tells our Mike broom head. Consumer confidence is rising in jobs air slowly coming back. But she says states must reopen carefully based on Covad, 19 spread, so you're not getting across the country, a uniform public health situation or a uniform economic situation. Crowley also says Covad 19 and America's response to it continues to surprise Peter Same or Katie. Our

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Consumer Spending Rose in June, but Pullback Damps Recovery

Morning Edition

00:53 sec | Last week

Consumer Spending Rose in June, but Pullback Damps Recovery

"Stocks open mixed this morning as the government reported a bigger than expected jump in consumer spending. Last month. NPR's Scott Horsefly reports, the Dow Jones industrial Average was down about 10 points in early trading. The Commerce Department says consumer spending rose more than 5.5% in June following an even bigger jumpin May consumer spending has rebounded from the sharp drop in March and April. Analysts warn that recovery maybe Peter Ring out, though a surgeon new Corona virus infections has made many people wary about shopping and dining out. What's more, personal income has been slipping as federal relief payments are exhausted, and that drop is likely to accelerate the extra $600 a week and unemployment benefits that Congress authorized early in the pandemic officially expires today. So far, lawmakers have not been able to agree on any sort of extension. Scott Horsefly. NPR NEWS.

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Dunkirk Awards

Filmspotting

06:36 min | Last week

Dunkirk Awards

"Welcome to film spotting, we will get to our Nolan Review Awards. Later in the show, we might have an for those awards picked out by. Then we might not. We will share our awards for favourite supporting performance and lead performance from this retrospective of the work of Christopher Nolan will also share our picks for best Nolan moment in the overall best moment or seen after we have revisited all ten of Nolan's films and that will culminate with our Christopher Nolan rankings. The definitive Christopher ranking for each of us one to ten will there be some shifting Adam Gimme a tease. Shifts definitely from the last time, I posted a Nolan ranking on letterbox. There's been some movement Yep me too one I think you'll like I don't know if you'll like it enough, but you will like it I though the World War Two movie from Christopher Nolan that we didn't know we needed dunkirk. The enemy tanks stop. Why? Why waste precious tanks when they can pick from the. Barrel. Their full hundred thousand men only speech. Your position. Josh, coming into this rewatch was that done kirk is Christopher, Nolan's best film and there's at least one longtime listener and regular commentator who agrees with you that we are culminating this overview triumphantly with the filmmakers greatest achievement Adam Grossman in Vancouver says like many of us. I've completed my Christopher Nolan Review. Biggest takeaway hoover is a really hard were dispel. Well, second takeaway. I've decided dunkirk is Nolan's career highpoint while my heart loves interstellar the most good on you Adam and I. Hugely Admire. and. The Dark Knight for what they meant to Action Cinema and Superhero movies respectively dunkirk is his masterpiece got laid down for you tenant. I just don't know how anyone could argue that the legend of dunkirk could be told any better the setup and the first eight minutes alone from the falling paper from the sky to the distress. Cry of where's the bloody air force is a wonder of a short film. In itself, the lack of dialogue works perfectly for what this movie wants to achieve with. Hans. Zimmer's relentless scored doing all the audio work that's necessary among all the chaos. There are frequent moments of grace. Kenneth. Branagh face as Commander Bolton as the cavalry arrives in the form of the civilian vessels the empathy as Peter Tells Killian Murphy's PTSD soldier. The young George will be okay and no moment more than the shot. Be Okay and no more than a shot of Tom Hardy's planes silently gliding over the beaches of dunkirk knowing his job has been done. dunkirk is also uniquely Christopher Nolan Movie One where his signature use of time has never melded together better and more cohesively than it does in the final twenty minutes of this film while Dunkirk will understandably never be a wholly enjoyable or easy rewatch. It's one that gets richer and richer with repeat viewing. Now, Adam Mention Nolan signature use of time, and that is one aspect of dunkirk among others that certainly connects to his entire body of work. But there are other aspects that Mark Dunkirk is unique. It is only film that is based on historical events, which means it is inherently rooted in the past and yet I'd argue it is only film that truly feels present tense meeting there are no. Dead parents or wives or forsaken children or other tragic events haunting the air's barrier played by Tom. Hardy the Moles Army private Tommy fiene whitehead or for the most part the sees Mr Dawson played by Mark Rylance like all Nolan protagonist there's plenty of personal sacrifices on display but no guilt no sense of futility about toning past actions just the seemingly futile need to survive the current event that they. Are Tragically experiencing here's something else that argues unique about dunkirk as we every other commentator on Dolan's work is discussed in some form or fashion for all those dead parents and wives and foresaken children. There's nothing so emotional or borderline sentimental in any of his previous films as the climax of inception and yes, mileage may vary there which led to interstellar and not only mcconaghy's crushing breakdown watching twenty three. Years Worth of miss video messages from his family but the verbalize message love is the one thing we're capable of proceeding that transcends dimensions of time and space. Maybe we should trust that even if we can't understand it, it's hard to imagine any character in previous Christopher Nolan movies saying something like that which led to Dunkirk am I crazy josh this is his most blatantly sentimental and even heart film. And if so is that what establishes Dunkirk as his best its balance of coldness the sober portrayal of the hell of war of life in the misguided choices, some men will make when facing death with warmth. In the compassionate inspiring choices some men will make to maintain a way of life. So a lot of subtleties in that question and you're onto something so you're not crazy I think I would distinguish. The word blatantly, I. Don't think this is blatantly emotional or moving, but I do think you're onto something in the fact that it is maybe his most heartwarming in where it ends up and let me kind of try to parse those. You're right as long as the Nolan Canon has convulsing McConnell. Interstellar is going to be his most blatantly emotional I mean you can't have a scene like that without registering that on it surface. That's his most emotional movie. But I will also say that I find Dunkirk to be his most emotionally affecting movie maybe even more. So than inception, which we about how I did find that very moving especially in the character of Mal. So yet dunkirk is really a unique thing even as it's working within the strands and trends that we have been tracing in Nolan's other films, I. Think the heartwarming aspect is probably a part of that. You've nailed it there in that it brings us to a place that. Is One of Constellation and I think it's earned because I think up until that point we have just been suffering alongside all of these other characters in so many ways and we've also been recognizing as the movie does that this is You know a an account of a military failure, a huge defeat and so for the movie to kind of offer, some sort of solace at the end of that I think is. In proportion and well

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Meet Stagecoach Mary

The Past and the Curious

05:36 min | Last week

Meet Stagecoach Mary

"A No! That's what I'm saying like. The Postman only rang once. What. What Oh, oh, Hey, we're on! Hello, everybody! My name is Mick Sullivan and welcome to the past and the curious. This is episode number forty six, and we've done an episode about male done episode about trains, and we're kind of talking about both of those things again, but it's two completely new stories. One of the stories you're going to hear is about owning the dog. And I need to think friend of the show Michael. Fleming for his great reading on that one. The other store you're going to hear is about a woman who was generally known s stagecoach Mary, or at least that's how the history books remember her, but her real name was Mary Field and she was a very interesting person. Helping us with that episode. Doing a bit of dialogue is my friend Molly Victor from well. She's the creator of stoop kids, stories, which is an awesome podcast. Part of kids listen highly recommend. Check it out. Be sure to stick around for some songs at the end and patriotic shoutouts and a little bit of fun hiding out there promise. Let's get started. Robbers didn't scare fields. Wolves didn't scare her either. She had held her own against many even deadly cold weather was of little concern to her. Actually for that she had developed a little trick to stay warm and not freeze during these particularly perilous nights to keep her blood pumping, and your temperature up Mary would pace around her wagon all night long to keep from falling asleep. She figured if she did fall asleep in the cold, she might not wake up. A night without any sleep was definitely better than a morning. That never comes as you can see. Mary took her job seriously she had made an oath to the United States Postal Service and had become the very first black woman to have a postal contract and a carrying route with her wagon and team of horses she was responsible for hauling mail and freight through remote areas of Montana, meeting the train and cascade and navigating to Saint Peter's mission. This is how she earned her nickname stagecoach. Mary the fact is she didn't take that horsedrawn wagon to get mail and freight until she was well into adulthood. For most of her life, she wasn't stagecoach Mary at all, but instead Mary, fields. She had been born on a plantation in Tennessee around eighteen, thirty two was never sure about when her birthday was. Like the rest of her family Mary had been enslaved. Forced hard labor in the field was the fate of many enslaved men and women at this plantation. And Mary grew up to be a powerful young woman who worked beside the powerful men. She was tall over six feet by most accounts, and she had a broad, incredibly strong. Now, eighteen sixty five brought an enforceable end to enslavement in the United States, and while many emancipated men and women stayed near their families and friends. Mary immediately left Tennessee in search of work. She I found it on the river during Poker Games and bull sessions later in her life. She liked to tell the story of her job on a riverboat. The Robert E was a steamboat named after the confederate general on which Mary worked in eighteen seventy, there was a famous steamboat race down the Mississippi River from Saint Louis to New Orleans between her boat and another steamer called the NACHOS. Nearly, everything moved at a slower pace in the eighteen hundreds. So it might be hard for us to understand the excitement of a race travelling at an average of fourteen miles an hour and stretched out over several days. Wasn't a slow as molasses, but it wasn't far off. Nonetheless, Americans paid attention. The plotting pace of the race lent itself to the. Of the day, as the steamboats paddled in pushed their way down the river, small towns with Telegraph, the time, each vote passed by two newspapers, print and several daily editions. As exciting as it might have been to track the progress in the morning and evening editions of the newspaper. It was certainly more exciting to be at Mary Shoes, which were on deck or at sometimes below deck by the boiler of the League. She were called the crew feeding the boilers with anything. It would burn to keep the steam earning the paddle wheel. They ran out of wood for the fires. They'd stoke it with other things broken up furniture old clothes, even somebody's desk. What ever it took to win the race? She said to that end. They actually through a whole side of Bacon in the fire. That greasy smoke may have been the key. The League won the three day race by six hours not long after this through the connection of a passenger. Mary went north for a different, even slower paced work. She arrived in Toledo Ohio for the job. At the Ursuline Convent of the sacred heart she served as groundskeeper Gardner, and handled any other jobs for the community of nuns who lived there. In exchange, the nuns gave her a room board and a paycheck Mary definitely stuck out amongst the backdrop of Solomon religious ladies, sharing space nothing about the holy environment could stop Mary from yelling at them or anyone else. Who messed up her meticulously kept landscaping.

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"peter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

12:00 min | 3 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"There's a lot of people out there who think the cowboys. Somehow some way are gonNA come out of the top forty or so in this draft with one of the two in in this in this year. One of the top two senators You know and and and so. I think there's very good chance they could move here but I gave the best safety in the crop because they have a big need at safety call. Bids ended just standing goalie. Chris Simms on cast last week he also had taken to state to. He had them taken winfield at Minnesota but the point is the same they could have. There could very best one dolphins at eighteen. Why Vanessa out of I'll you know this again is a little bit of a dart throw? I think Miami is looking has been looking for Cam. Wake type guy a building walk. Pass rusher this came down an epidemic or the Penn state kid whose name I can never pronounce and and But I may have to pronounce him. Later in this graph. Yes so but but it came down one of those two guys and I think the fact that the people who I talked to just like a little bit better but I think that Miami really wants to address. That need with one of the three first round picks. They were lasting scoring defense last year. So that makes a Lotta Sense. I will say either Gross Meadows for you later in the draft. You can decide. Thank you stay guy. You talk about the analysis to stick with that okay. Nineteen Raiders at twelve. They got CD. Land The wide receiver. Ke- how about the FIT Christian Fulton quarterback? Lsu Look you know. I I tried to pick a player here. Who In my opinion really fits might may are so Mike mayock likes really competitive guys who played at the highest level of college football because he believes that he would much rather have a guy who's been playing with great expectations in college football step into the NFL. And it's not GONNA be a big change from look at all the players. He is got from the southeastern part of the United States. You know look at look at what he did last year. Look at what he did this year. I think you know what by the way one of the guys might make is most excited about Jonathan. Who He thinks is going to be a latter-day Jack Tatum. And so you know so I just try to read the tea leaves and I wouldn't be surprised if this was. Aj Tara the you know the The corner from clemson either But I just view that might make woes big players for big programs. The interesting thing about full is dead. There are those including pro football focus to give them a plug they sing the Christian foles better than CJ Henderson. I don't think many people in the NFL believed that. They think that. I just think this is the kind of player with his pedigree. Like you mentioned Mike there a few times and to meet Peter. He is kind of the poster child. Gm for what's happening right now with the challenge. They face without being able to spend the the final finishing touches with these kids. Because I've known Mike for Years in the number one thing he wants is to spend time with somebody and get a feeling that they love the grind up. They loved football. They loved the work of it. And they're gonNA make themselves a better player than they are right now. How do you do that? How do you get that kind of conviction with a first round? Pick when like. I'm just looking at you right now. This is how he's judging these players on his IPAD as well. I think it's a massive challenge for GM's who really value that one on one interaction and the intangible too but I trust Mike mayock a little bit more in this regard because Mike Maniac has spent his life before he got into the NFL. At you know we I mean he watched every played for two years of Cleveland furrow and and he and Mike Mike is going to be very comfortable with the pick that he the picks he makes because he's he knows that he's done the homework again. Look everybody wants to meet the guys and all that but I'm also had scouts. Tell me this. It's not so bad that we have to pick them on. Philo either right couple of things about the Jaguars Peter at Twenty going wide receiver. Justin Jefferson Yeah. I mean I guess. Here's the way I look at this just in. Jefferson is a beloved player in this draft. Almost as much as the top three guys. He doesn't have all the tools that they have. But do you know what? Nfl People love about justice. Jefferson if you tell them to run a thirteen yard. It's not going to be thirteen in the corner. It's going to be thirteen. And and there is a great respect for his attention to the mechanics of the position in the exactness of the position. So he's he's very he's a well in my ear guy in the NFL next four in the draft here the first round Peter also started wide receiver the eagles addressing a massive need and re Rugs Wide Receiver Alabama Vikings I. It's superstorm picks. Trayvon digs cornerback Alabama and the Patriots and forty niners worker trade at twenty three. The niners get Josh Jones offensive tackle. Houston you talked about earlier saints at Twenty Four quarterback. Aj Terrell the Eagles at twenty one. Doug Peterson Getting tyreek. Hill type player and he watches his old boss. Andy Reid what he does with in Kansas City. I think this is the perfect fit. And you know obviously Henry. Rugs is is an accomplished player. He is loved by a lot of people in this in this draft And you know he's a guy who like I think as much as it may not make sense to a lot of people like Ev- anyway he got up to the mid twenties. I think saints would be happy to have him because they don't really have that that guy right now but but here's the way I look at this. Look this is more information base than maybe fit base and to people who really have respect for sentence me in different ways. Henry Mug is not Henry. Rugs is not getting past the eagles. That's why I gave them to him him to them I wouldn't I wouldn't be surprised if they picked any wide receiver here but I think if rugs is here. My gut feeling is the eagles would take. I also wouldn't be surprised if he goes higher than that right. It will be the fastest player on the field in any game or certainly in a high percentage of them Vikings at twenty two trayvon digs. They just couldn't live without a digs on the roster Peter I mean look. I think they're going to take a corner they have to have a coroner. Their cornerback. Crop has just been pillage now. All they have left is hues and to me. I look at their. I look at their position right now and I kind of think that You know I think they'll take corner and a wide receiver here unless they trade out and there's a lot of people in the league allot really think An really think a Toronto. Dede's his competitiveness is feistiness. He really fits Mike Zimmer. But obviously you're GONNA have to ask yourself this question you know. Do you want to dig on the roster? You know and I. I really don't know if they're gonNA want that. Well the physicality of this dig stands out to a lot of GM. So Rick Spielman now would be questioned too much. He took him twenty to forty niners at twenty three. Another offense to tackle Josh Jones early earlier. Spoke about how much like him look. I think the interesting part of this. Is You know. This is the most experienced of a first round tackle prospect in this draft. I mean you know how many guys leave college football with having started forty five games And so to me I think one of the things about the forty niners. It is if Joe Staley who may played this year but may not if he if he doesn't come in they did well last year without Stellian mcglinchey Katie. But I think that one of the things that they wanna make sure that they have is a long-term Athletic tackle who's going to protect her up lows blind side. That's what this is about forty niners late last year. Had the game of the regular season against the Saints Twenty Four. We see New Orleans on not going quarterback with some people speculated or wide receiver. You haven't with the Clemson quarterback. Aj Terrell look if you if you're playing for a national championship contender and you started therapy. Straight Games there and and even though you had some hiccups I think the competitiveness you know as as as one coaches interested in him But who picks earlier than New Orleans says when we're just going over because this is a coaching wants cornerback in his draft. He goes the guy who I like personally physically. The most in this draft is the Clemson corner because all he cares about is being great. He listens to coach. He takes coaching. He wants to get better. And in my opinion you add him to To Defensive Back Room with Marshon lattimore in it. Who's that kind of person? And also Malcolm Jenkins sue to my way of thinking is kind of the Ed Reed of his generation in terms of being Piper for a secondary That was a great job by the saints. Getting Malcolm Jenkins back for a year to. He's GonNa leave an indelible mark on that group and I think he would leave an indelible mark on. Aj terrorists well the way. He competed in the national title. Game Against Lsu after get beat on a couple of big plays everybody on really got the admiration. Respect allow evaluators as they watched that game more next trip before here. Peter Begins with the Vikings at twenty five. Speaking to Clemson t higgins wide receiver dolphins with their third pick offensive. Tackle Again Austin Jackson at USC seahawks. Here's the name Aitor eater. Gross mattos edge and state and the Ravens at twenty eight Kenneth Marie Linebacker Oklahoma. Let's keep it right there with the Ravens. A there's a certain amount of luck into getting good players in the draft isn't just good fortune. What is it about Baltimore and their scouting staff allows them to end up in situations like this where they get wonderful players time after time. Well you know. I wrote a little bit about this lower Colin today. I wrote about how I don't know how the first two years for Baltimore. Undergrad Eric. Decosta after the retirement of Ozzie. Newsome still is active in the organization but the cost of now is the is the man and I talked about how you know Eric Decosta basically.

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"peter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

10:11 min | 3 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"This we could do an entire show on what in the world has happened to the Jacksonville Jaguars. I mean two. Plus years ago there in the three plus years ago whatever it is they're in the AFC championship game of the Double Digit Lead Fox in the fourth quarter and so what HAP- every single guy on their defense from that era with the exception of Miles Jack. Every great player is gone every one and you have to ask yourself at some point. Well then why is the head coach? And why is the general manager? Why are they still here? If all these guys are gone what happened what you know. Shod con- patient man has decided to give Dave Caldwell in Doug marrone one more year to start the rebuild. We'll see if it works. I mean Gardner. Menchu's going to have to play. Well I think both those guys to be in these jobs a year from now what will say same front office. That's like borders as well by the way in the first round. Okay so Jacksonville goes quarterback at nine at ten Cleveland with offensive tackle. Jed Rick Wills out of out of Alabama so this is clearly a priority for them because agency off on one side in. This would take care of a big need. Open up a shop. You know I kind of looked at this like the Cleveland. I think would be very disappointed to not get Indra Thomas and so. That's why I think there's a decent chance Cleveland dumps out of his pick if anybody wants to move up to get it but failing that They take a deep breath and take tackle. Everybody likes but I don't think anybody likes him as well at left. Tackle is Andrew. Toss speaking of tackles jets at eleven. You have them. I think this is with the fourth. Best tackled in the drafts. We come back in Louisville. I'm wondering how about receiver. All the receivers are still on the board. They could have their favorite one outside. Was that call for you. Well I mean you look at it this way. You know Later in my column I. This took me probably six hours to do one day last week. But I took the last four drafts Paul and I I wrote down. Every wide receiver was taken in the first round. There have been eleven and I looked at every wide receiver being taken to the second round. There were nineteen. I averaged out the season for both groups for the eleven wide receivers in the first round. I averaged out the numbers in an average season for them and then averaged out the numbers in an average season for the second remers second rounders had twenty more catches on average season. The first rounders and my whole point is Jerry. Judy might be great. And and and obviously. Cd Land Complete Receiver. Henry Rugs. Four Point two eight speed I. They're all really great prospects. Don't get me wrong but you know what I mean. Great prospects in second and third round. And we'll be starters wide receivers starters for the next six or eight years. Who will be picked in the second and third round? I don't know that you could say the same thing about the second wave of tackles and although I'm sure that Joe. Douglas is strongly considered or if he is widely steer on the board he strongly considered. Cd Lamour Jerry. Judy there's no question about it but I just look at their team right now and I just say you know. They better build from the inside out. If I've got a young quarterback I think he's twenty three years old Sam Darnold and I need help all over the offense but particularly on the offensive line. I mean there would have to be a massive difference in grave for me not to take tackle that. Pick thirty Lemon Peter. I think speaks very well. Two two of the strengths are two of the the major stories in this draft offensively the depth that wide receiver and you can get the second third round not only with the strength this last but what you pointed out with the history of the second rounders and the drop off once you get past the what you call. The first wave of offense a tackles is pretty big there late first round into the second. So I like you re using their even with that in mind though the raiders at twelve. They can't resist CD. Lamb atop wide receiver. I had heard a couple of things may access dinner. Cd Lamb at some point after college. Season LOVES THEM THINKS. He's the most complete receiver in the crop And that they I mean in La who knows. Maybe they're right. Maybe they're wrong. Both Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden really like Marcus. Mariota you go back to Gruden. Was doing the quarterback school and bringing all the quarterbacks down to Tampa to sit with him and and talk football he loves Marcus. Mariota's tools so you know who knows it might make sense for them to take to hear but everybody knows those guys. Well believe they're going to take a receiver right here and the one term that everybody used that. I talked to bounce CD lamb. Was how competitive. He is when the balls in the areas he gets it. And there's not a value that Mike mayock or trait that might values more than how a blatant weights. I think he will like him. Quite a bit okay. The headline we had some good ones so far Peter but the top story so far we get into the next group of four starts at thirteen. You have a trade between the forty niners and the Patriots and boom there. It is marquee team trading up to get the quarterback of the future to sung by. Lola buccaneers first. Pick of the Brady era. They go defensive lines. Von In law broncos fans love this Jerry Jr Duty Wide Receiver Alabama. And the Falcons Kahlon Jason a edge rusher at Lsu okay so the Patriots trading up to get to a tongue in my lower intel. Here Peter or Church now just a hunch in my opinion and look nobody ever knows what Bill Belichick is GONNA do. I know an old scout A longtime ago worked for the Patriots and he said there was one time and I forget what what year it was but they were taking They were they. Were looking at sort of linebackers slides pass rushers and they ended up taking that quarterback from Virginia. I forget who it was any. He ended up being hurt. He never was any good in the NFL. Ross Ross down and everybody thought they were going to pick somebody else like everybody off. And when that pig Khaimah couches sort of looked at each other and said. Where did that come from? But that's how Bill Belichick Bill Belichick operates. My this is my opinion. I do not know bill will I mean I do but I really don't have any a personal relationship with him now but to me. He works on a need to know basis if if if he needs to bring in his. Co. Is Northeast Scout. And this guy everything to say. Okay here's what we're doing here. I mean he doesn't need to do that all he needs to do is to look around the room and say hey what do you think of this okay? And and he doesn't say well I like this. I don't like it but I think that is the way belichick operates in served a very well so I think probably the only ones who know if Bill Belichick sitting there at twenty three if he saw to Tonga below sinking like a stone in this draft woody. He rescue him from becoming Aaron Rodgers in two thousand five or would he just sit there. And Say Hey. Maybe we'll follow us or I don't really want to use my one on a quarterback because obviously if they trade and they move up it's gonNa cost them more than just this year's one. I haven't been this year's one in next year's one to move up these ten spots to get to it now look I. I just did this week. Because it's it's a hunch it's a guest. I know how he feels about nick. Saban I know Nick. Sabin feels about Liz player. He absolutely loves them has been singing his praises to anyone who will listen and in my opinion. He's GonNa tell. Bill BILL IS HIP. It's fine. He's going to be a top five quarterback in the NFL for a long time. So if that happens why why would the Patriots do that? So that's kind of why I did this. It's easy to play the other side of the coin here. Peter and one way to look at it considering the number of needs this team all of a sudden hat is a on both sides of the football and the fact that bill. Belichick has one with a number of quarterbacks drafted in the first round. Not named Tom Brady. Would you applaud this? Pick A quarterback in round one or would you question it more. I'd applaud it because you know. Look the Patriots. Who knows patriots could go to in fourteen this year and be in position to take. Trevor Lawrence next year so but but I sincerely doubt that's going to happen either. The Patriots probably very very rarely are going to be in position to get a franchise type quarterback all. That's why I did this. I'm not saying it's going to happen. I just think that if if if.

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"peter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

13:17 min | 3 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The MMQB Podcast with Peter King

"Basically asked. I'd I'd say twelve people this gut feeling. Who Do you think they'll take? And he and worse one worse one and that if Andrew Thomas at one I would probably put Andrew Thomas there but there's a lot of people that they were basically checks all the boxes for for Dave Gentleman but she brought him very good point in your article this morning. You said if I talked to twenty five. General Managers get twenty five different list. A top five offensive tackles in all five. No matter what are they what are they gonNA are likely to go at some point in that first round. I mean look in my opinion You know if you put you know. There's a bunch of people right now. Who Really Liked Josh Jones? Houston you know. He's not listed with all the rest of those guys that with the lead for one of the reasons. I Find Josh Johnson. We'll talk about him a little bit later in the Round. One of the reasons. I really find Josh Jones. A very interesting player is basically he has really got some great experience You know at tack so to me I. I think he's. I think he'd probably belongs. You know some works Certainly lower in the round and probably will go lower in the round. But there's a bunch of tackles. The teams ended up liking once they started investigating. And I've got the answers to the test. You there will be more than five in the Peter King Mock. You're going in round one. Let's get to the next four here and that's five six seven and eight because of the trade took place at number three with Detroit and Miami at number five. We have the lions taking the quarterback from Ohio State. Jeff Okuda at six. And here's the major story here. The chargers with Justin Herbert off aboard intuit's hunger by Lola available. Go offense at Wine Andrew. Thomas Georgia Anther Seven D. Line Derek Round from Auburn and the cardinals at number eight Mr everything upfront savvy. Or maybe even the entire eleven on defense in this rap. Isaiah Simmons Defensive Player Clemson. Let's go to the chargers at six. Y offense tackle instead of quarterback when to is there? I think there's two reasons for this and again they might take them but most people who I spoke with believes that because the head coach of the chargers Anthony. Lynn is a big tyrod Taylor. Supporter believes that he might not just be a bridge to the next quarterback And also because know. This team has major major tackle issues. Ryan va laga comes in is probably gonNA play right tackle for them. These domestic Thirteen Games in the last three years due to injury Thirty one years old. So he's a stopgap and so we'll see what happens beyond this but they desperately need tackle and if they're able to get I look I think. Andrew Thomas is probably the cleanest tackle in this draft. And I mean if you are first team all American and you're playing in the SEC. Against the greatest athletes weakened and week out in college football and you've been a two year starter at left. There played at a very high level. I mean that is a guy that to me. The browns absolutely love in re Thomas and this is a football decision. Hey this is not a marketing decision. It I'm sure Tom. Liska the GM of the chargers Went to a Dean Spanos the owner instead. I WANNA take to. He'd be happy. You know the fans would would embrace that but I think this is more of a football decision and again look pro. You know I am basing what I do based on the beliefs right now currently of the majority of people who I speak to Try to speak to people. Not only I mean look. I talked to Tom to. Let's go. I don't often ask a team. Who should I give you because a why would they tell me you know? It's just it's not what they do but but I've talked to a lot of people who know Thom Tillis. Mary admire GM in the League. And I I just get the feeling that most people believe is gonNA play it safe here if he plays it safe also throughout the throughout the early picks in Peter and they do not take the quarterback of the future. Just your opinion. You're not other. Gm's look ahead to the fall. However the season plays down the chargers. Tyrod Taylor quarterback top happy AFC west team or bottom half of division. I mean so. Kansas City's number one and now we have to keep her out who's number two the chargers absolutely unequivocally could be number two in that division. But only if tyrod Taylor is somewhere in the say ten to sixteen in range of quarterbacks and so to me that's that's asking a lot of tyrod Taylor he's GonNa have to play probably better than most of us think that he is but I look at this and I say the way that the chargers want to play football is going to be improved this year by taking enter Thomas moving ahead to number seven the panthers with Derrick Brown offensive tackle. Auburn makes a lot of sense. But I'm wondering in this scenario. Two to a tongue is available for Carolina. I know they signed check. Teddy Bridgewater Do you think they would flinch? Hesitate maybe take tonight. I think they might take. I think they might take to But Paul tell you the reason I didn't do it. When Matt Rule Went Into Carolina? He looked at his roster and he has holes all over his defense and to me. I look at their. I look at Carolina's defense and Meryl comes in You know with with three or four coaches who I think are gonNA totally remake including Joe Brady Including Phil. Snow the the defensive coordinator abroad from Baylor. They're gonNA remake your team in their image. So although I think they would be fascinated to have to toggle quarterback room. I also raised the very real specter. That if you draft to them in this draft you do not get an impact offensive player and you're going to have a bottom five defense in this league K. So that's one. How about to? If you decide that you're going to take to the next year. Would you really keep teddy bridgewater around at a huge number and if you don't keep them at his huge number would you be willing to cut him or trade him and take twenty million dollar cabinet? So you know it's a they've committed to to give teddy bridgewater chance and I think that's what it comes down to the bigger question quite honestly might be would they take Derrick Brown rice as Simmons here and that gave me a lot of pause because I can tell you it. Basically split right down the middle between a brown in Simmons. I would be surprised if they took either guy would make a Lotta sense there if they think of him. As a linebacker Luke equally has been the face of that defense for seven or eight years. You gave me a very nice segue because at number eight Arizona cardinals the team to give up the most yards and the NFL last year. You have them with Isaiah Simmons and what I like here. He's the only player eight or on your list in this. Mock THIRTY TWO PICKS. He has no position. You just listed defense. Yeah and look you know. We played five different spots in his in his last year at Clemson. And you think about that for many say. Wow that's that's really versus player. But their teams in the NFL. That really struggle with saying okay. Is he in every down linebacker? Does he play strong safety? Let's say on on first down and on any passing down. Does he move down into the box? I mean really. It's it's kind of interesting todd. Bowles started doing this in In Arizona when he was defensive coordinator they're out of need with guys like day on began in and Entire in Matthew and others But he had an urgent need linebacker. And that's why he did it so I think now if you take Isaiah Simmons you have to be willing to say you know. Let's let his ability his skill. And let's let you know his play. Decide his position so I think of Arizona picks him. There are almost going back to the future with what they used to have a couple of defensive coordinators. Todd Bowles ad that written down right here two thousand Thirteen Cyber Matthew sent Kinda questions love player. Wonder what he's GonNa play. And he's certainly found a number of homes for him on defense a backup to number five. It's the lions sticking instead of the dolphins because you had a trade at five and three what do you like about the Jeff Okuda? Cornerback while in my opinion of GM Bob Quinn can move down to five and pick up a second round. Pick to do so. It's a tremendous deal for him because look the lions come in. They have a lot of needs with the lions. I think have have three very specific needs. I think they need a long-term guard. They need an upgrade at running back And they need a corner they they need. They need to pieces in the defensive backfield but they've got to replace Darius slay you don't making this trade if they're able to make it would allow lions to get the best corner domestic guard and one of the best three running backs who whoever that may be. I I happen to think that Jonathan Taylor. Wisconsin would be perfect for them but who knows they might take the Lsu bag or the Ohio state bag you know. We'll or even Dion Swift Georgia. But I think that making this trade if they can allows them to fill three holes instead of two eight six. Let's move on to the next group before nine through twelve and right away you're going to notice a to some of my lower who has been selected yet as we go. Nine through twelve is name is still out there. So Jaguars Quarterback C. J. Anderson Florida rounds offensive line. Jed Rick Wills from Alabama eleven the jets McConnell Danton another offensive tackle massive player out of Louisville and the first two first-round picks for the raiders CD Lamb Wide Receiver Oklahoma. So I guess first of all of the fact that two is not on here to me is a headline is I mean. And look the raiders. Absolutely pick him. I don't think they want to have that choice to make quite honestly because they have very definitive designs what they liked to do. They like to get a franchise receiver and a great cornerback in this draft. I think there are only two really really good corners in this draft. Cj Henderson Jeff. Okuda and I think one of the reasons why I go corner to Jacksonville. Is that even though? Jacksonville has needs all over the defense. I need a quote. They might need a quarterback to the reason I did. This is that I think he's the best single player at a position of great need for Jaguars in a once. They let Jalen Ramsey out the door they then had determine. What are we? GonNa do in our defensive backfield in my opinion if they're facing having CJ Henderson on the board or going down to their second pick of the first round and then it's almost like a lottery with all the other corners. Many of whom are good but none of them are as good In cover ability is CJ Henderson is so it just makes the most sense to me. It's incredible that we can say about the Jaguars. Cornerback is position of grave. Need they two years ago. The reason jags are on the map is because they had the best corner during the league. Now they don't have either one. Yeah and look..

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"peter" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:43 min | 4 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Do think it's important that people have sort of credible information and you're speaking to people not just to the public. But also to policymakers for what it's worth. I'm a little bit more optimistic this week than I was last week in terms of the seriousness. With which this is being taken especially inside government based on a number of personal discussions and some secondhand discussions so I guess that's the thing I'm personally most optimistic about I mean. There are some people on the federal side. Who definitely been doing this? And then people like Deborah burks have been good and Tony of course is always great Brett. Terrar- is not a household name but he's assistant secretary of Health and was with us for a while here in Texas and he's been the one. The scientist finally ramp up the testing. And he's been doing that. I think we're doing a great job to me. I think the profile Governor Cuomo's had is the one that really woke us up and who got on has been getting on there every day. Saying what the Hell's going on where my respirators? Where my bed's these are the projections? These are what we're going to need. This is what's going to happen to our hospitals and being overrun. So I give a lot of courage. Points to the governor of New York on that front will thank you very much. I WanNa let you get back to work and I know we'll be in touch again soon. We'll pick it up then. I think what impresses me about our discussion. Today is how different it was compared to a week ago and shows you how quickly this thing is moving and so always happy to do this again. Some point we'll see how this thing continues to change. Because I said it last week I'll say it again this week. The stuff were saying today may look totally ridiculous in a few days or a week because this thing is moving so fast. These virus pandemics emerging threats. Set you up to make you look bad and they do that with our federal leaders or state leaders and even doctors and scientists are gone. Tv So do continue to need to refresh. Yeah I hope they make us look bad by saying we over. Responded than we under responded. I'll say amen to that all right. Good Night Peter. Thanks again all the best. Thank you for listening to this week's episode of the drive if you're interested in diving deeper into any topics we discuss. We've created a membership program that allows us to bring you more. Indepth exclusive content without relying on paid ads. It's our goal to ensure members. Get back much. More than the price this attrition at that end membership benefits include a bunch of things. One totally kick ass comprehensive podcast show notes the detail every topic paper person thing. We discussed each episode. The word on the street is nobody's shown. I was rival. These monthly ama episodes or asked me anything episodes hearings episodes completely to our private podcast. That allows you hear everything without having to listen to feels like this. The qualities jurist super short. Podcast typically less than five minutes that we released every Tuesday through Friday highlighting the best questions topics tactics discussed on previous episodes of the drive. This is a great way to catch up on previous episodes without having to go back and necessarily listen to everyone steep discounts on products that I believe in but for which. I'm not getting paid to endorse a whole bunch of other benefits. That we continue to trickle in as time goes on if you WANNA learn more and access these member only benefits you can head over to Peter Attiyah. Md DOT COM forward slash subscribe. You can find me on twitter. Instagram facebook all with the. Id Peter Attiyah md. You can also leave us a review on Apple podcast or whatever podcast player. You listen on.

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"peter" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

13:13 min | 5 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"I think it's coming from seeing colleagues. Get Sick and inconsistency in what the plan is a lot of hospitals have been prepared for this adequately not seeing also this disconnect from what they're seeing coming out of the state government or federal governments when they're very worried about for themselves and their families. They're seeing colleagues start to get sick. They're hearing stories of some colleagues being seriously ill and either. It's the White House still two or three weeks behind. Still having the testing discussion or state governors. Not really saying we hear you. We know you're concerned. Here's what our plan is is chilling. Actually I think the as I say the only one now because it's New York higher profile and all the media outlets are in New York. The only governor. I'm hearing from on a regular basis. Cuomo and he clearly gets it and has sounded the alarm. But I'm concerned. And I'm also hearing about from parents of of residents our residents themselves and then on top of that now the latest story that's come out of both mmwr. Morbidity Mortality Weekly reports from the CDC as well as Italy is that this is no longer a disease of the old and infirm. It's significant numbers of young adults. People who are residents fellows young attending aged actually now with severe illness and going into ice us in this country and that buzz is already catching on among young physicians. And that's highly destabilizing. And I think that's probably our biggest link right now. Eventually it will be the lack of respirators and lack of p. p. e. but I think right now. It's the fact that you're seeing young physicians and nurses people in the best years of their life. Now getting sick and the feeling that they're feeling abandoned and I'm getting that sense from either direct emails from nurses and physicians thanking Me for speaking out and echoing their concerns in many cases it's parents of resident physicians and young and nurses as well that we're starting to see that being a regular occurrence right now. So what is the solution to that Peter? Because we can't obviously on a moment's notice ramp up. The number of doctors nurses respiratory therapists hospital staff. I mean everybody in the hospital right. It's the people that we don't even necessarily immediately think about the people who clean the ventilator the people who clean the hospitals I mean all of these people are not going to be trained overnight. So how do we solve this problem when going back to your earlier point if you look at average numbers across the United States? It's very easy to be misled. This is really going to be probably about local waves of this. So is the solution that we are mobilizing physicians from geographies that are under utilized into higher utilization areas. How do we actually about solving this problem? Well the problem is the areas that are likely covet. Nineteen are also probably underserved already by physicians. I know we're all sort of thinking out loud and I thought about that too but realistically what do you do take a physician serving the entire county an entire county in western Nebraska and take them to New York to help out? That's probably not realistic either. Maybe not as raisin example but again. I don't know what it's like in the Houston area right now or in Dallas or other major metropolitan areas that are not new. York could one repurpose medical staff from those areas to deal with the first wave in the places that are very likely to be overwhelmed quickly. Yeah on the other hand it could be but then if you actually talk to physicians in areas where there's not cove in nineteen. It's not like they're dot already stressed out an already overburdened. With their daily activities in the electronic health records and everything else so the whole system to begin with is been pretty fragile with very high rates of what some people call physician burn out which term. I don't like it all but it's not really burnout. It's making these horrible unreasonable demands. On physicians and healthcare providers to benefit the insurance companies. Save already got stressed out young physicians. Who are heavily under siege. Now you're gonNA bring them into a job in nineteen area. I'm not sure so the bottom line is I don't have. I don't have any obvious solution to figuring this out. One possibility that I thought about and have introduced to anybody yet is could we dramatically expand the US public health service especially with all these individuals who are at home now and in some cases not receiving a paycheck? Would there be any advantage offer to have this. Use a commission core of the Public Health Service or even the military to bring in a whole. Cadre I'm not highly trained individuals but individuals that you could train like medics to help out just to provide an increase in the number of people who can help manage ventilators and and that sort of thing so that's one potential possibility and then the question is for not quite there yet. It's going to be very hard to persuade. Congress to take that kind of action. So Peter What is the latest thinking you have on things that people who are presumably not infected so either a symptomatic or confirm to be not infected? Which is a very small number in the latter category because of the Earth testing the things can do to sort of reduce the probability of getting infected. So the obvious one that we've discussed of course social distancing but let's say someone has already sort of adopted that posture and now they're sort of asking the second order question which is basically working from home. My kids are no longer in school. What am I supposed to do with my Amazon package when it arrives? What's the probability that viruses being transmitted across that? How much insight do we have into the real transmissibility of this? I don't think we have a lot of data you saw this week. This paper in the New England Journal of Medicine that measured length of time on the virus on inert surfaces and actually did an interview propublica asking me about the. Us Mail is that contaminated with viruses. And what should we do? And maybe we know that the virus can live for a certain number of hours cardboard. That's been looked at but then the question is how relevant is that really? What's the real risk? I think for me. The priority is protecting people who are coming into contact with sick individuals and I come back to the healthcare providers in the first responders and you saw the CDC is now managed it so they came out with new guidelines this week. Which kind of loosened the criteria for exposure and what exposure means and basically saying you could stay in the workforce and keep doing what you're doing depending on the intensity of the exposure and I think it's sort of a desperation move but it may be something that we need to do. In order to keep people in the workforce I come back to will be introduced. Last time we spoke. Which is the antibody therapy but not using it as a treatment but using his prophylaxis. I think that could potentially help a lot. So the idea is when you harvest. Antibodies from individuals. Who got sick and recovered have antibodies? Ua for Easter blood you recover. The plasma component may be isolate the antibodies. If you give a big dose that you could potentially treat someone who sick but a small dose of it like a five M L. Does you could use that as a form of prophylaxis and the antibody would last a couple of weeks so that a single injection can potentially greatly reduced the likelihood you're going to become infected as a healthcare provider or a first responder for a period of two weeks and then you subsequently get another dose as we discuss ancient method but now refined using better technology so the White House actually came out today in their press conference in actually talked about this. I wrote it on national. Tv ON CNN and Fox a week ago and now it's out there saying that the federal government's going to do what's interesting is in the meantime over the last couple of weeks. A number of academic health centers have started to put together a network of blood banks to actually start this. And what I've heard is that none of them have actually been contacted by the federal government yet so I think we got to resolve that. Why there's that disconnect that this informal network that's already started is not better linked with the White House announcement today in the comments of the new. Fda Commissioner Steve. Haun what did you make of the recent study looking at blood type? Abo and susceptibility. Yeah I thought it was interesting. I I'm not sure what it means that I'm not sure how necessarily relevant to developing the plasma therapy so I think it's an interesting finding but I'm not sure how it applies just yet. Yeah I mean I think just folks listening so they understand. It was looking at data from China and basically observing that people with a type blood had an increased risk of infection. People with Oh type had a reduced risk. I think the hazard ratio on the downside was more impressive on the upside. In other words it was more about having. Oh blood and therefore anti antibodies that seemed to be somewhat protective so again. Does that really matter as you said? Maybe maybe not. It certainly isn't immunity. That's the point in the way that potentially convalescent serum could be since we spoke. There's been a few interesting observations now and people are scrambling to understand it better. I think one of courses in parallel studies out of Italy and the younger age group getting infected in seriously ill and the question is why. Didn't we see that in China? I think that is interesting. This very high number of seriously. Ill hospitalized people between the ages of twenty and forty. I think it's now in the. Us accounting for a third of the hospitalized. Is it that high? I saw a repeat today. That was about twenty five percent and I was going to ask you the question. You're posing. Which is what on Earth can account for this difference in the United States. It's the most disturbing thing I think I've today. Yeah so I think. The number that I saw was around a third first of all half of those hospitalized are under the age of fifty four which is very different. From what you saw in China and those and about a third between twenty and forty four is the number twenty nine thirty percent is the number that is on there is even a blip of people under nineteen. So that's a big question and I think the numbers are going to turn out to be somewhat similar in Italy. Now it's been pointed out that those individuals are not dying but I said this morning that well even if they're not dying if there could imagine if they're being in issues in intimated that is still a horrible ordeal for a young person to go through and if we have that happening over and over again. That's a huge tax on the system. I don't know I mean the question of whether smoking is responsible or even vaping has been raised. We'll have to do the epidemiology of that. And what the mechanism is we know. Smoking can up regulate the two receptor for the virus. I don't know that anybody's lifted vaping but trying to understand what it is about young people. That's different in Europe in the US Arabia's just host genetic some genetic factor but well. There's something different and I'll read to you something. It's a photo that was taken and sent to one of my colleagues from someone. He knows in London today so the piece of paper is just the ages of the people they admitted to the ICU. Today this is a hospital in London. I'll read them off to you. Forty six twenty to sixty eight sixty one fifty one seventy one thirty to twenty nine twenty eight thirty seven thirty four thirty two..

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"peter" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

02:11 min | 5 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"Of the drive. Podcast once again joined by Dr Peter Says Around Vaccine. Scientists pediatrician and an expert on the current corona virus outbreak. We released an episode with Peter on March. Fourteenth received a lot of feedback. People were very grateful for that and wanted to have him back on with other questions. It is difficult to immediately address. Questions that are posed in the aftermath of a podcast. That's five days old because five days in this outbreak an eternity so a lot of the stuff we talked about today is not actually stuff. I thought I would talk about with Peter at the time that we finished our last episode and and again that means it might not be Germane a week from now but nevertheless this was recorded march nineteenth in the late afternoon evening and as such. It's probably only as relevant as that timing given the temporal nature of things at this moment in time I think podcast become pretty obsolete pretty quickly. So hopefully you're all able to listen to this today. Twenty eighth or shortly thereafter moving forward. I will continue to release shorter and more irregular podcasts. Probably trying to get out to or three week also will continue to post videos on instagram. And eventually they'll make their way onto youtube usually the next day again. Everything at this point in time is open to subscribers non-subscribers equally and we're also in the process of putting together a specific page on our site. That's at Peter Attiyah. Md DOT COM. That will house. All of the information were posting on this SARS covy to virus. That's the responsible agent for disease known as Cova. Nineteen so again podcast now with Peter. Please enjoy it. Keep in mind. Hopefully within a COUPLA days will aggregate all this stuff all podcasts all videos plus all of the internal memos that we are sending to our patients which is going to start putting all of that stuff out there for everyone. And that'll be on our site so hopefully enjoy my discussion here today with Dr Peter. Hotels Peter. Thank you so much for making time again to speak. I know it.

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"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

04:53 min | 5 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"I'm going to be hiring a lot of people as soon as we get our Canadian registration. This is taking these soul long. It's incredible how long I've been ending with IRA as a Canadian are it but once I approved we are going to be working with a lot of Canadians. I have thousands and thousands of Canadians. Who have been interested in working with over the years. I have their names email addresses phone numbers. People are contacting me everyday so Avenue need people that work for me to help me with the Canadian customers. We're going to be putting our funds. We're giving registering the funds to start with the goal flint. So pretty soon my goal Flan will be available at any Canadian brokerage firm discount brokerage ability call up by my goal fund But yeah so if you're interested in In working just set you know. Send the email to Paul. Schiff RADIO DOT COM right pause at three male. Just let them know that you're interested in In working and you know and if you move down the Puerto Rico. Here's an interesting thing about anybody who moved here to Puerto Rico takes advantage of the low taxes. If you work for me you will get in a way that you barely pay any tax. Your effective tax rate is going to be tight. It'll be lower than ten percent on whatever you are working for me. So yeah. The tax breaks are available to anybody who comes down and worked for a company that is in the export services business. And that's what we do. We supply we provide export services and there are TR tremendous tax benefits for people who who work for companies. That are doing what I'm doing. I'm only money in call options on short three times bear. Financial ETF yeah then. You're probably making a Lotta money if you have if you could buy funds. That go up with financials go down. Then you're making a lot of money. Yeah I mean I think the financials are going down. They've already gone down a lot. He's you're probably take something off the table I don't really know where you are from a profit perspective but it can't hurt to at least take your original investment off the table and maybe a little profit off depressing. 'cause you're you know you're fighting fan? I mean with all this bailout money with all the stimulus money. There could be a big massive face ripping rally at any moment and I don't know you know about the the expirations on your options. How much lower time you question? I was just on the movie. I gotta find this questions. Here Jeff Jeff Trumbull. Thanks Peter Forgiveness if you talk about ready While the pockets by the way of gold silver. Oh Yeah I mean is it the Yeah I definitely answer that question because it's the same wording right Call options went Barrett. Okay Chris Petrie. Thanks for doing this. Paid Twenty Bucks. I you get shot out. Robin Kelly Robbins Twenty dollar question. Small online business bunch of money sitting pay pal. Is it worth putting into into what gold silver or leaving it in cash? I if you don't need the money right away real money. Gold silver always preferable to fake money just money substitutes cash. So yeah if you don't need the cash right away it's GonNa sit there for a while. Just GONNA lose value inflation. You're not getting any interest so you might as well whole bowl or silver Cameron Shea. Love your stuff peter. Gds bounced off the bottom. Well but looking shaky look. Gps Jay is also swinging around rat wildly from premiums to discount. Which is something. I've never really seen it until recently so it is very bottle again. It's an index of a bunch of names so I prefer that people just by my goal fun because we're not buying everything we're buying this stuff that we think is going to do. The best and avoiding the stuff that we think is. GonNa do worse is this from sack or No no I guess. That's the money in Swedish kronor. Something two hundred some five. Hi Peter with a similar economics between Europe's Golden Age and the US Golden Age. Well sure whenever you have a golden age there's similarities freedom. Whatever people are free from government They're going to create prosperity so prosperity is inversely proportionate to the amount of government is society has the more government there is the less prosperity and no government is synonymous with freedom. Right do you have more government? You have less freedom.

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"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

06:18 min | 5 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"That improve. People's lives. That's trickle trickle down right. The prosperity goes from the people who create the products in the businesses to the consumers into the employees. But the way they describe it. They say oh. Give money to the rich and it'll trickle down. You know task cops not giving money to the rich. You're taking less money for the rich. Let I want tax cuts on? Everybody see the problem with tax cuts for the rich like the ones that Donald Trump did is government. Spending wasn't caught so all we did is cut taxes on the rich and then borrow the money that the rich are not paying taxes. The deficits did more damage to the economy of the taxes. So that is a rip off that is not a real tax cut. That's a gimmick. That's the Republicans version of a free. Lunch and tax cuts. Paid FOR WITH. Big deficits are the same as welfare. Paid for with big deficits. There is no such thing as a free lunch so any. Republican who talks about cutting taxes is lying if he's not also talking about cutting spending because otherwise it's a fraud. Government has to be paid for one way or another. If they won't do it honestly they'll do a dishonestly you they're gonNa pay through taxation or you're gonNA pay through inflation because they're going to print the they don't tax they're gonNA destroy the value of your money. Now they could legitimately borrow it. The Fed could not monetize it. They can borrow it but if they borrow the money to pay for government. Now you gotta pay more for government later right. A tax cut that is financed by borrowing. Real barring is going to be paid for with tax hikes in the future. Would you have to repay the lows with interest? So that means you're going to have to pay more so if you pay for government with debt it's more expensive than paying Ford with taxes. Debt is the second to worse way to pay for taxes. The worst way is to have the Fed print the money. And that's what we're doing now we're GONNA pay for all this government in the worst possible way and that's with a pre bus but you know that the one thing about bat tax the inflation tax you can escape it if you act quickly if you get your get out of dollars and get into gold silver. They can't tax you. 'cause they can't create gold silver a thin air print all the dollars they want. They can't print any goal. This one is to from two woes. Hi Peter if you own you as property outright with low rates would you take out a mortgage to buy a four stocks and metal so what? I bet the house when I bet my house to buy goal or stock. Look I never tell people to go out and mortgage their primary resident and then sent the money to me to invest it. Because I mean obviously everything we do is risk what I tell people is if you do have a house I think getting a fixed rate mortgage that you can afford makes a lot of sense to me because I think the value of that mortgage is going to be wiped out to inflation so I think the way you will make money owning real estate in the US is not by owning real estate. The REAL ESTATE IS GONNA Lose Valley. You'RE GONNA make by being a debtor because the money that you owe is going to get wiped out so the loser is going to be the person who loans you money to buy that roll state because you're getting real real estate and they're gonNA get worthless paper but what you have to make sure is that you can always pay that mortgage that you're not gonNa have a short term situation where you you can't pay them more because you and then you could lose your home You know another thing people can do. They don't want to worry about. That is sell your house now. You don't have any debt and just rent something that you know that you know then you have rent and you can take the money that you got from selling your house and you can use the by foreign stocks or bold and just makes you couldn't pay your APP but you know is it. I think that betting on massive inflation is a winning bet but in the short run. Let's say you you all got all let up. You'll be have a debt crisis. I we have right now. People had barred. Buddy are in a lot of trouble. That can't pay it back at. And so you gotta be careful with that but you know personally I have. I have a mortgage on my Connecticut property. I don't have a mortgage on my Puerto Rico Properties but I have a Connecticut a mortgage there and I can easily pay that mortgage off. Check out that mortgage no wrong. I am fixed. Three and three eighths for it was a thirty year fixed. I got three and three eighths. You know few years ago and I I just don't feel like paying off personally. I think the number that's written on my check will be higher. Excuse me I mean if I mail it in the number that is written on the stamp. The light actually pay. I have auto pay right out of my account so technically not mailing a check. It all just come right out of my account every month I got I got a little bit of reductions but I think that's one of the reasons I'm at three three eighths 'cause auto-pay saved like an eighth appoint or something by by doing the auto pay with the bank But but but you get the idea right. I mean inflation is going to destroy the value of of those payments. So I think the way I'm GonNa make money. 'cause Mike Connecticut House has lost half the value. Propositions bottom is complete disaster there in in in Connecticut but ultimately the way I'm going to make money as some of the H-. The House was paid for with money borrowed that I'm really not going to have to repay Because by the time I finished repaying it won't have much valley right so that's all of them. Make money there is because as a death losing my ass. Only the real estate is a homeowner their high. Peter's a twenty dollar question if you own. Us property outright interest as someone. I just answered okay. This Guy Kaposi's I the very large audience. We're do I contact for an interview? Was At shift Radio Paul who host they reach out to Paul active radio email all at shift.

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"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

13:10 min | 5 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"It'll work even better in the twenty first century we can create the wealthiest country. The world has ever seen in our lifetimes if we do the right thing. Unfortunately we're not going to do that. We're going to become a totalitarian society. We're GONNA adopt all the policies that have failed all over the world the socialist policies that have never instead of going back to what made a scrape. We're going to go back to what made other countries in that. What's going to happen? Let me go next question here and wonder how many people are are watching it so. I can't see it. I have no idea you know. We've got ten thousand people. I don't know if that's a lot or little. We should have more people but you know ten thousand not bad but tell your friends. Next time I do it I want to have one hundred thousand you know if we everybody tells everybody else. We get more more people You know I said I know. Some kid does a youtube video. Reviewing a toy he gets a million views so we should be able to get A hundred thousand people that are interested in what's happening as the economy's completely imploded. But anyway this question says Hey Peter I have some credit cards but I also get some cash and I've been stacking metals knowing that the banks dollar's Gonna. Collapsing is paying off credit card debt. Take credit card debt in the first place the one debt that nobody should pay off student loans. I mean especially now. They have a moratorium on interest payments. So you can put your student loans into you know forbearance or whatever they call it what you don't have to make payments on because there's no reason to make any payments is possible that you'll never have to make a payment again. I mean the government said they're going to suspend the interest they may never reinstated. Is maybe it. We may have already a cancelled? A student loans defacto but if they're not if they're not cancelled they'll be inflated away so if you pay any of your student loans or complete full just don't pay anything and take the money that you would have to pay off your loans and some silver or by some goal right and if you're going to go to college don't pay cash your fool right. I mean somebody actually asked that question Elizabeth Warren who had saved their money and paid for his daughter to go to college so she wouldn't have graduate with debt he said to her. What about me and if you forgive all student loans I mean? I had a neighbor who didn't say anything took vacations. Bot new cars and so his daughter had to borrow money to go to college. If you forgive those loans am I going to get my money back for paying cash for college and she said of course not right so if you do the right thing you're going to get screwed so the more hazardous don't do the right thing right so I don't pay for college. I let let let let the government pay or inflation pay for whatever but I feel the same way about paying down the mortgage if you have a thirty year fixed rate mortgage at blow four per said. I would not be in a hurry to pay that off I would be. I would be much more inclined to do something with the money. In fact I like paying really good dividend. Paying stocks is if you have good dividend paying foreign stocks. That aren't gonNA business where the dividends are relatively safe. The dividends will help you pay your mortgage so you get some cash flow to be able to pay that low mortgage but I'm not a big fan of this highly debt. Even though a lot of credit card debt is not recourse. I mean they can't really sue but if you have a substantial financial assets potentially they could but hey they just announced today a moratorium on addictions. So if you don't pay your rent your landlord candidate you so I think a lot of people are gonNA stop paying the rent you know. That's the moral hazard of these programs. And who knows? Maybe they'll never allow eviction ever again so people will never pay rent again so now. What DOES THE LANDLORD DO? I mean it's a blip. We are opening up a can of worms right. This is going to be. We are just unraveling You know it's like dominoes of mistakes. One after another one mistake causes another mistake which causes the mother mistake. And the deeper we get into this more mistakes we make you know there was a movie about this guy. Rick Lisa who was a trader in Singapore that worked for Barings Bank. That eventually went bankrupt was sold for dollar. The movie is entertaining. I forget the name of it was a good movie. You may check it out Netflix. But this guy made a bag trade betting on Nikkei futures And I think he was long in the market went down any loss and but he didn't want to admit it so he buried it and he kept trading hoping to trade his avenue and the losses kept getting bigger and bigger and bigger and the more he tried to trade out of it the bigger losses and then of course the losses were so big. At point you might as well go for broke. Which has got what he did and he bankrupted the bank and ended up going to jail. But this is what we're doing. We're kind of like we're making a mistake. The compounds the last mistake and so instead of the bidding the mistake we just make another and we know where it's going executive order sixty one to what is that. Someone's asked me about executive order sixty one or two. I don't even know what it is part of the conversation of goal yet you know. I don't think.

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"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

16:25 min | 5 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

"Also we do sell visible bowl at your civic capital. If you have an account or do you WanNa talk. We have the perfect been program. Call up the number there. Ask for Daniel Wire. She's in charge of it. She does a great job. We've been doing it since two thousand Jewish and you know. It's a great place to buy gold stored in Australia off silver to is I said. Silver IS SO DIRT CHEAP. So you could still work through my broker dealer if you're working with us there to have gold stored but you gotta have some gold in your possession particularly silver it in your possession and we will deliver it to you from shift goal but anyway Let me go over to the stream and takes of questions and I know look I. People are paying for to ask me questions. People are calling a paying to ask questions and somebody will. Why charging money while I answered for free and the reason is there's so many questions if I answered for Free. I wouldn't even know what to do. I mean it's like you know. I don't want to just rash stuff. I'm just going to let the free market determine The questions I answer based on who wants question answered the most. So if you don't WanNa pay anything just listen and hopefully I'll answer your question because someone who's willing to pay we'll ask you for you and then and then I'll answer it but that is the best affairs way that I can think of is like well auctioned off. Where has the most support question really wanted? Answered will they'll pay more money in a Lancer but anyway I got to figure out how to do this trying to be something hold on email. What's not working? This isn't working. Oh well how does this sound good without? I've just been told that my headset wasn't even working so I was hoping to get better quality. All right I'm just taking it up and if it's not working so how how. How do I see these questions and answering? I'd hold on so I gotta go to my emails from that down. I just excuse me why a go at that. I'm looking through my laptop to see how I thought I would just answer them. Based on what's happening on the side there. I could see like question list. Wait for it to come up. Do I have to click on the questions to answer them? But it's not telling US question is how do I select a question and answer it but look here? Look here there's live chat. There's these questions here with dollar meals and all you set goals role us but all you said me is this. I can't tell who's asking it. I don't know which question I'm taking just a list of questions in reverse hanging so you and how. What were they based on you? Just pick them for all right. Okay so I got a list. I'm GonNa read off these questions. One says Peter. Why don't you short stocks or bed on the Fed doing? Qe Four lowering interest rates. Why all in on goal? Well that's several questions in one First of all. I'm not all in on goal. I have gold as part of my portfolio. Then I have gold stocks as another part which are different than bold gold. Stocks are safe haven a long-term store value gold mining. Stocks are away to speculate on the future price bold so they're very risky assets as opposed to a conservative asset. And the question on why. I don't short stocks Yeah I mean people ask that a lot and obviously have if we were short stocks. We made a lot of money and I actually thought about it. You know even before this big drop out of feeling that maybe the market will drop. But you know the problem is that. I'm on a short seller. I did raise money from clients to short the market and a lot of people probably wouldn't have been able to stay short the market for the rally they would have had a just got short A few weeks ago and then they would kill it. I mean it's hard to do that. If your advertising as a short seller in just resist the temptation to short and then finally You know do it but my thing is I think the people who were going to lose the most money are the people who are in cash and when you're shorting stocks you're actually betting on the dollar and you're fighting the Fed see. I think the Fed is going to sacrifice the dollar to save the Stock Market. And in fact they already done that by agreeing to all this five hundred billion here trillion here another trillion another five hundred billion. I mean it's already piling up. I was saying for years that Q. Four would be bigger than Chewy one. Two and three can buy it already is. I didn't realize that it would happen so quickly. So I WANNA be in real assets because I don't know when the Music GonNa stop on the dollar. They may shut down the stock market. It may be impossible to trade stocks in the very near future. I don't know what they're GONNA do. I don't want to be caught in the dollar when the MUSIC STOPS. I want to own real famous. That will have real value when Fiat currency doesn't in particular the US Dow so. I want to own my goal. All my gold stocks and then I WANNA own real assets quality businesses that are publicly traded in countries that are not nearly as screw up screwed up as the United States because I think those businesses will always have value and they will always be able to pay dividends that we could use to buy the consumer goods that we need right. I'm not trying to time the market and Vanessa because I think at the end of the day when the music stops if you're holding dollars or the equivalent treasuries UNI bonds corporate bonds. I don't care if your money isn't a bank or under your mattress you're getting wiped out. That's my feeling and I think we're closer and closer to that hyper inflation scenario so I WANNA know that. My long-term savings are in real assets and my short term. Liquidity is in real money which is goal. I don't know who answer ask that question but I'm going to go onto the next question. Do you think millions of rapidly unemployed people will be unprecedented phenomenon in financial strain? Of course of course forgive me for drinking. A my mouth was getting lover and driving. Look this is going to be worse than the Great Depression much worse. A when the depression started we had a much more viable. We had no welfare state. Nobody was on welfare they did. They didn't even come up with Welfare until the depression. And they called it the relief relief right and a Lotta people were embarrassed to take. People didn't even want the money. There are actually some people who paid it back. What's got jobs? They actually felt so bad about getting money from the government that they gave the money back so we were a nation of rugged individuals back that nobody was on welfare food stamps. There's no minimum wage and none of this stuff happened. People supported themselves fended for themselves. Save for the retirement And so they were able to handle the depression and there is a much higher degree of civility back today. It's a totally different story. We have a complete depended society. Everybody feels entitled to something for nothing. Everybody thinks the government owes them something that just because they're in American they're entitled to all sorts of free stuff and with that free stuff is incoming because there's shortages and there's GONNA BE SHORTAGES PRICE. Controls rationing bad. Things are GONNA happen. People ARE GONNA BE RIOTING. This civil unrest looney. This is not going to be the nineteen thirties. This is a very different country. Unfortunately it's a very different group of people and so you know yeah. This'll mass unemployment. This is going to be tough. That's why we get addition to having food. Make sure you're actually ammunition I mean. Look I mean I don't know how bad this is going to bed? But would anybody believe go back in time if you weeks ago? Could you believe what is happening right now? Can you believe the crazy things that we're hearing from the White House from everybody on in financial media so of always stop could be happening? How far away are we from riot s from blackouts and shortages? And you know and people having to defend themselves because the police aren't on the streets anymore because they're defending their own families right so I mean better to be safe than sorry better to have a gun and not needed than it needed gun and not have anyway. Let me go to the next question Peter. What's to stop the inflation to going into the stock market? And how do you know hit the supermarket? Well it's not going into the stock market. I mean one of the reasons I didn't really WANNA short it is. I personally expected that if the Fed really came with this much. Qe that the market would at least rally. It had done that. The bubble is popped. None of this money is going into the stock market. I mean they can't reflate this bubble anymore with everything imploding. The whole world. I mean it worked in two thousand eight because it was much smaller and because everybody believed that. Qe was temporary that the Fed could shrink the balance sheet and normalized rates when the emergency ended. Nobody is going to be dumb enough to believe nonsense now. So this is going into the people and of course the qe that we're talking about now is money directly to the people. When the government Chris Money drops it figuratively out of helicopters and sends money to all these people that are unemployed right. They can't pay their ran for campaign their mortgage. They're not going to take that money to the stock market. No let's just get by whatever they can. They're going to buy on Amazon until Amazon. Runs out of stuff I do? They're going to stock up on supplies. All of this is going to goods and the people who've been invested in the stock market broker. Already all in we had record amounts of people in the stock market president trump. The whole time he's been president he's been touting the stock market bragging about the stock market. We were at a record high just a few weeks ago last month in February. How do we get to record highs because everybody already plowed over money into the stock market in fact margin debt? People bar record amounts of money to buy stocks. They couldn't afford. They're just getting margin calls. So you know what's GonNa Happen. People are still selling. We have an army of people who are going to lose their jobs who are going to be selling their stocks mean. The cell has barely begun. That's why this market can go down. Eighty ninety percent look in terms of goal. The Dow's going down to one ounce right. The record high for the Dow was twenty years ago. Nineteen ninety nine dollars worth forty. Two outs the goal. You did forty two hours ago by one. By the Dow was Dallas was expensive. Today you can buy the Dow Jones for thirteen ounce of the goal proximate. That's a seventy percent in the real value of the US stock since nineteen ninety nine. Now I've been saying the entire twenty year period that we've been in his bear market and we have see if you're if you're pricing stocks dollars. You think we're in a moment. Problem is the dollar is also losing valley. I'm pricing stocks goal. I can see we're down seventy percent over the last twenty twenty one year is worth one ounce goal. Well we're at thirteen now. We've got a long way to fall. Ninety percents still from here. Now how do you get there? Well One way is ten thousand Dow which is about a fifty percent drop from here at ten thousand goal which is about a fivefold increase to do that's where the market bottomed in one thousand nine thirty to talk about the Great Depression.

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"peter" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

15:13 min | 5 months ago

"peter" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"I guess probably seven or eight other drugs including chloroquine. So do we want to say something about chloroquine which is currently being used off label to treat a number of patients. What can we tell folks about that? I think some of what we're we're seeing in the news. Reports and case reports is really kind of inertia rather than data chloroquine had been used in. It was SARS or Murs. I'm blanking on which one it was used in the study there. They didn't show clinical end points but what they did show is that there was a rapid decrease in the viral load at relatively low concentrations and so it stands to there is a kind of high sequence. Kamala g between both SARS CORONA viruses SARS. Moore's and now Cova nineteen and so it stands to reason that mechanistically it might be susceptible to some of the same weaknesses that Clark win helps exploit which effectively again. I'm not my understanding of pharmacology. Here is incomplete but it changes LEISA SOMO PH and makes it a little bit easier for the immune system to destroy the virus and makes the environment a little bit less hospitable to it. So yeah so I mean it. Decreases the viral load pretty quickly in the previous krona viruses? So the doctors who Han rightly so said. Listen we've got people who are on that store? We need to at least try something. So they threw on the chloroquine the viral proteases which is what because the corona virus is an rn. A virus uses a protease that is similar to the protests that helps HIV replicate and so it also stood to reason that some of the HIV medications namely Retana Vir Lapenne. Aveer was tried. A few of them are currently in clinical trials and the return of lapenne. Aveer one of them really just prevents the from being degraded. So you're only getting the action of one of those but they've been using both chloroquine and the HIV antiviral together anecdotally. They've seen some result. They haven't seen any obvious harm from it. They seem to be using it. Mostly in the severe cases I do know I've seen the protocols now from a few hospitals both in China in the Lombardy region of Italy as well as in and it's now being used kind of as the standard protocol for anybody that's considered to have severe version of the virus. Yeah so electra. Being the trade name for that along with chloroquine is probably I think as of today what would be kind of first line adjunct beyond the obvious supportive care so there's another drug out there that seems very promising rim dissa veer which is a drug that's produced by Gilead. It was obviously someone's listening to this and saying Oh my God that's amazing already. Came up with a drug. No this is a drug that had been in the pipeline for a long period of time to treat Ebola but it's being re purposed and being used via compassionate exemption. I've seen reports. That Gilead is being incredibly generous with it and that it's very easy for physicians to access this through direct contact with Gilead but again this is not at all being used prophylactically. This is being used in treatment again. I I haven't seen anything in two days on it. Are you aware of any updates? In the last forty eight hours that are moving us either to a more bullish or more bearish view of that. Yeah I think everything is pointing to remedy severe having some clinical impact is it. Iv Only I think it might be. Maybe that's the reason that it hasn't been rolled out more widely at we'll have to fact. Check that for you guys after we record but I know at least the producers of Kalita are ramping up production pretty quickly so there hopefully won't be any type of run on the drug or shortage and certainly I don't think we are generally recommending that our patients who have mild to moderate illness necessarily take this drug right. So it's probably the case that if you know you're going to have a self limited illness you don't want to do much of anything because even the best drug is. GonNa maybe shorten the duration by a couple of days. The question is is it going to prevent you from converting to severe more severe form of the illness? And we don't know the answer to that so it's really hard to make a blanket recommendation that everybody who is either suspected of or test positive for the virus should begin taking so. We're still struggling with what we're telling our patients in particular. We've had at least a few calls this week from our patients and it's not always obvious that they should start the medication because a testing is not widely available so this is a cold than certainly. The only thing that could do is harm and it is then. We're kind of flying blind so this is nothing that med school really prepares you for in terms of answering the question on which medication to treat which that said. I think what would also be useful for US? To talk about is how our thinking has changed in terms of from a public health perspective from containment to to right. So what are we telling our patients to do? What are we doing ourselves? And what are we recommending? The public do in light of the current Government Response Right. So what constitutes a reasonable response if we locked everybody in their room for two weeks or three weeks? Would this virus disappear? I mean in theory? It would unless it has like a reservoir where it's not cleared by the immune system but that's going to cause obviously grievous economic harm as it already has so. I think my suspicion is that last week I thought you know. Maybe there's some slight possibility of containment that we're able to track down. The cases do a strict contact. Follow up for anybody who is suspected of having the disease watching that unfold and not seeing any guidance from from the CDC or the authorities. I think it's now what the UK is doing is essentially. They're just saying listen. We're aiming for her immunity so they say you're going to get this disease we're going to expect forty to seventy percent of the population get it over x period of time and hopefully with that. It's not going to be a continuous exponential increase. At some point there's a difference between an exponential curve epidemiologic one. So do you want to kind of dive into your thoughts around that public health management? Piece Peter Yeah I mean. I think it's important to explain why these things can't grow exponentially forever. And that's why simply doing line extrapolations with simple calculus equations is not the answer here because that's how biology works. Every time you do a calculation you make an assumption and if you go from the early replica to cycle of a virus. The assumption you're making is that each infected person is able to come in contact with a given number of uninfected individuals so when we talk about the are not or replicated number being again Peter. Hotels was quoting some of the most conservative numbers. I've heard which is about two and a half to three and a half others we've spoken with have all been more in the three to four and one person even suggested five as a replica of number so again but suffice it to say we don't know what it is but it's. I think at least in the threes meeting. Every person who gets the virus is able to infect on average three other people will at some point that math starts to become a bit difficult to maintain because there are enough people that are infected. And you're presumably knock going to reinfect somebody or infect somebody who's already infected which of course becomes a logical. So that's what really starts to slow these curves down a little bit. And that's kind of what we talk about when we go from exponential growth to exponential slowing and of course it's the latter that we wanna get to now. We're not there yet. Obviously and in fact the most recent data that I trust are two days old so our favorite databases for tracking this are starting to break and therefore I'm losing faith in the twice a day updates that we're generating off the primary sources so Patou days ago. I was seeing data that I found that I thought were actually quite reasonable. They were very disconcerting. So on the one hand you can look at China and you can see that on the back of Wuhan it had an exponential growth period through about February eleventh February twelfth before hitting an inflection. Point which is when it turns from being an upward shaping curve that could hold water to a downward shaping curve that would have water roloff. It's think of an upside down. Gulliver's is a right side. Opole if you look at the cases outside of China up until March eleventh there is absolutely no sign of abatement and it is a perfectly increasing exponential curve. Furthermore when you break it down by country you see that of all the countries that are not China for which we have reasonable figures. Only South Korea seems to have passed its inflection point the other countries with major foe sigh of infection which are Italy and Iran at. This point are still on the upward trend and then of course if you exclude. South Korea Italy Iran and China. You then get into this. Next Tranche of France Germany Spain Japan in the United States Switzerland etc. And all of us appear to be still wildly on that uptick where we are still in the exponential phase. Now you throughout some numbers earlier. I think Mark Lips. It has been the most vocal on those types of assumptions that go into the type of analysis they were hearing coming out of the UK. Which is that. Hey look is this is simply the new norm and in eighteen months or in two years. We should just expect that. Fifty percent of our population has been exposed to this virus and there's a mortality of somewhere between half and one percent. I haven't seen the full discussion but I saw the summary discussion that came out of UCSF two days ago and they were projecting somewhere between. I WANNA say one three two one five million lives lost. American lives lost within about eighteen months. And that's they say the story right like a million lives. Lost is a statistic a single life. Lost is a tragedy. Well it's important to put those statistics in perspective last year. Two Point Eight. Roughly million Americans died of every single possible. 'cause imaginable heart disease stroke cancer. Copd suicide accidents. You name it every single cause of death. We'RE TALKING TWO POINT. Eight million that gives you a sense of what a million lives lost in a year to an infection would look like it is truly something we have not seen in one hundred years in the United States and so that is a frightening statistic and again I don't know that that's a fait accompli. I don't know that that is something that is necessarily going to happen. Well it's important to know. I think that the are not or the replica of rate is not an intrinsic property of the virus. It actually is some of the viruses infective kind of capability and its ability to access new hosts so the are not when if human beings were not the social species we were and we were all kind of holed up in our rooms. The are not would be much lower and so from a public health perspective. What should we be doing to make an effectively lower or not? And how low do we need to make it in order to make this manageable because obviously at some point the government's going to have to decide what is the acceptable rate of infection. Here such that. We don't have a prolonged economic crisis and try to balance it with the other factors of running a functioning society. What do you think Peter? What is the best case? Scenario of government action or intervention or public health action and. What would you like that to accomplish over the next? Let's say three months. That would make you more or less confident about how we manage this as society. I mean truthfully I don't feel like I'm qualified enough to speak of that in the United States. Because it's so complicated. I mean I can tell you that if I were the czar and I had a magic wand and I could do anything I wanted in this country what I would do. And of course certain countries that have governments that function in a more streamlined. Manner might have that. But let's start at the very top and work backwards go from objective strategy tactics so the objective would be to reduce the amount of lives lost and the amount of suffering and the amount of economic damage. Okay that's the objective. What's the strategy while the strategy is very clear and you actually began to allude to a second ago a few days ago. I posted a video on instagram where I explained the are not or spread versus legality and a graph and I showed people in that video a drawing I had made where I placed the SARS covy to virus on this graph in relation to chicken pox H One n one Spanish flu ebola smallpox polio and measles and I said basically. We don't yet know where this disease is going to shake out but it's sitting at an awful junction right now. Awful in that. It has a relatively high rate of spread in a relatively highly valley. And that's for a deadly combination while that also points to the answer. The strategy is to reduce both of these. If you reduce the rate of spread from say three point five to one point one one point two all of a sudden every person that gets infected on average only infects one other person. That's a huge change from where we are now. Furthermore if the mortality of this disease goes from one to two percent which I think is still a very conservative estimate. And I've seen nothing to suggest that were significantly below that but if you could reduce it from say one point five percent two point five percent that would have a profound effect so again if I'm now thinking about this. Through the standpoint of this framework the objective is to obviously reduce. This strategy is to do everything from a scientific and policy perspective to reduce are not and to reduce the Saudi. So that begs the question. How would you do that? Well you've already talked about how you would reduce are not you could theoretically reduce are not two zero if we were all automatons if you decided that every person needed to live in an isolated bubble and they couldn't come in contact with anybody else within about two weeks are not would fall to zero but for obvious reasons. That's not practical. So then the question is what would a practical policy solution?.

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