36 Burst results for "Pitts"
If the RNC Has a "Winning Message" Why Aren't We Winning?
"Little bit but is thoroughly entertaining Greg, Ronna McDaniel, Ronna Romney McDaniel is on Fox and she was saying in how the RNC has a winning message and Jim do you have the money ball thing can I encourage you Ronna to watch this segment of the movie Moneyball a segment our P1 listeners know well we played many times but if you're new to the show you may be unaware of this Brad Pitt plays Billy Bean a real -life character was the general manager for the Oakland A's and he asks his scouts a simple question about a hitter they really like he asked the scouts this question Jim if you would if he's a good hitter why does he hit good if he's a good hitter why didn't he hit good because that's kind of a thing so Ronna's on Fox saying the RNC has a winning message so if the message is winning why isn't it winning I love I'm just asking a question because I if Moneyball Theory he's a good hitter what he hit good see there's difference a between living in the world of theory in the world of reality in the world of theory the RNC has a winning message in the world of reality the RNC is a sucky message because we've had sucky results so maybe it's time to recognize that and kind of
Fresh update on "pitts" discussed on Live From Studio 6B
"And you know, I've been talking to you about gold and Bitcoin and other things, but gold specifically, I think if we go back about a year ago on this show, I think that I said the chart for gold is set up pretty well for commodities to have a pretty good run. Well, gold I think just reached an all-time high yesterday at around $2,100 or so, $2,180, something like that, and I still think it's set up to do well, especially as a constant inflation hedge to the never-ending spending that we're gonna see. We talked about the M2 money supply, and I know they're trying to pull liquidity out of the market, but you know, they're not gonna be able to keep rates high as long as they want to keep, in my opinion, they're not gonna be able to keep rates as high as they want to for as long as they want to. You're gonna have disinflation. You already have some disinflation happening now, a lot of disinflation happening now. Not that we're seeing it in our pockets, we're not seeing it at the store, but in the economy there's disinflation. And they're gonna cut rates, and the money printer is gonna go brr one more time, and being places like in gold or in bitcoin or other things like that, it's gonna be your hedge against a wild drunken mark suspending that you know is gonna return and never really goes away. So, all right, 21 past the hour live from CDO6B, let's do some sports, and we'll get back to the hearing. I want to read you something and see if you can tell who wrote what I'm gonna read to you, and I'll bet you can't given what you just saw in those videos, but oh, I'll give you a little hint, it was one of those numskulls on the panel. Right now, let's do some sports. Sports is brought to you by MyPillow. LFS6B is the code to use. If you shop there, send us your receipt, we'll send you free merch from our store. All you gotta do is pick something out, tell us your size and color, we'll send it to you absolutely free for using our LFS6B code when you check out at MyPillow. And great stuff from Lindell, of course, 66% off, up to 66% off with our code, so get those orders in as we're getting closer to the time where if we're gonna ship them, we gotta get them out. So, Sick Rick, what's going on? All right, big deal. Well, we're getting closer to the Wrangler National Finals. Tomorrow night kicks off. I can't wait. We'll be calling the Nationals and keeping everybody up to date. It's gonna go on through the 15th, so Las Vegas is on fire. Somebody in the chat, I forget who it was, forgive me, said they already saw the horses coming down there, bringing them in into Vegas. They were passing the house, so pretty cool stuff. That's one of the biggest roadies of the year, so I'm really looking forward to that. You know I love the rodeo. And well, let's get to the NCAA Men's Basketball. Whoa, we had a close one, final big D. Miami over Long Island, 97-49. Delgado said, jeez, did they get it within 40? I said, nope, 97 to 49. Talk about Brooklyn. South Alabama, 83-62 over Mercer, Minnesota, Nebraska, just underway, 9 to 8, the Golden Gophers over the Minnesota, Nebraska. 14 to go there in the first. We got West Virginia over Pitt, 17-16. Again, those games are early. Houston all over Rice, 53-27, 11 to go there in the second. Marquette, a little bit of a good game there. Marquette's number eight, 60 to 36 over number 12, Texas. Texas needs to stick to football. That seems to be their calling card this year. And Texas A &M, 35 to 20 over DePaul. All right, we're gonna get to a couple of quick stories here. Big D, how about this one? Former Jets QB thinks Aaron Rodgers is planning comeback documentary. Zach Wasink of Yarbrough. Former New York Jets quarterback and current, the NFL Today analyst, Boomer Esiason, believes Jets signal caller Aaron Rodgers is working on a project related to Rodgers' recovery from the torn Achilles he suffered in week one of the ongoing season. And you know what, documentary is coming, Esiason said about the subject during Wednesday's edition of the Fanboomer and Geo, that's where Geo went, Geo program as shared by Ryan Cieszka of Odyssey. There's 100% of the documentary coming either on Max or Netflix or something on the Miraculous Rehab that we are going through. They may not be following him around at Jet Camp, but wherever he's rehabbing or wherever he's doing the beginning of the rehab, you know we're gonna get the documentary is what Esiason is saying. Rodgers previously lamented that the Jets had the summer HBO Hard Knocks assignment forced down our throats, but that was before the future Hall of Famer, who turned 40 years old this past Saturday, went down with what was thought on the time to be a season-ending injury on September 11th. He has since made a remarkable recovery, and it was said as recently as last week that he could try to play at the Miami Dolphins on December 17th if the Jets managed to be at six and seven by that weekend. New York instead is four and eight, and per ESPN Football Power Index, has a 0.1% chance to make the playoffs with or without Rodgers. Ooh, that slim pickin's there. He's gonna seize everybody, the opportunity, which he should, as Esiason said, about Rodgers. I don't necessarily know that I have a problem with that. Esiason, of course, has ties to the Jets with his career as well, but head coach Robert Salah confirmed on Wednesday afternoon that he's going back to Zach, the Zach Wilson as his QB when the Jets host the 7-5 Houston Texans this Sunday as a Wednesday afternoon odds check listed gangrene as a four-point underdog versus Houston. You know what you usually do when you have gangrene on a limb? Yeah, you hack it off. You got it, baby. They need to hack off that whole season there, including Zach, the Zach, but we'll see what happens, and Big D's gonna be upset about this one. Cowboys Mike McCarthy having surgery, expects to still coach against the Eagles this Sunday. Todd Archer, ESPN, Frisco, Texas. Dallas Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy will have surgery. Well, he had an appendicitis today, so we'll see, but my McCarthy should be back on the field as per assistant coach and defensive coordinator Dan Quinn. So yeah, my Mike is getting a little bit of butterflies in the old stomach, Big D. Little case of appendicitis, which is no joke though. So we'll see. Hopefully we get him out there. Big game Sunday, Big D. I think you're like the Cowboys going in this weekend. What the hell is he gonna do if you get him out there? What do you mean get him out there? What is he gonna do? Catch a pass? Dude, he's calling one of the best offenses. 32.3 points per game. Let me tell you something. Sunday might be the biggest game your franchise has seen in a long time because you're not going to the Super Bowl from being on the road. You have to be at home. So this is a huge game for you. Unfortunately, the Cowboys, I think they may win Sunday, but they're not going to be in a wild card. Big day and live camera and slick Rick's house on Sunday.
A highlight from 022 - Movie Analysis: Fight Club
"Hi, my name is Markus and this is a companion podcast for the C .G. Jung Help Desk Meetup Group. I host live events on Zoom every two weeks about the concepts and ideas of the Swiss psychologist Carl Gustav Jung. Every event I give a presentation about Jungian concept, so have fun with this event's topic. So we will start and this will be a little bit of a rerun because I've done this event a little bit over a year ago already when the group was way smaller, but I wanted to do it again for one reason because I did not have a recording for a podcast and for the other reason because my opinions changed a little bit and the things I found in the movie became a little bit more. So with time ideally the understanding gets deeper and that can be applied to more places. So this is actually how I want to use the movie. I'm not saying it's a Jungian movie, I'm just saying it's a little bit of a weird coincidence that there are a lot of things in there that can be seen through Jungian lens and that it can be used to really make good explanations and give examples what Jung meant with specific phenomena and experiences. And yeah, this is why I wanted to talk about the movie and it's a pretty famous movie to see through a psychological lens and for the beginning I want to establish like three key concepts about Jung just to help to jumpstart a little bit the interpretation and analysis. So Jung had this idea that the psyche is an energetic system so that there's energy being exchanged and moving and causing things and he called that libido which comes out of psychoanalysis. He was pretty close with Freud and Freud coined this term and Freud gave it a very sexual direction and Jung saw it really as okay this is just a basic energy that is moving around things in the psyche. He does not say that this energy really exists, it's rather he uses it as explanation as a metaphor to explain certain behavior of the psyche and for him libido is neutral and his explanation is even using it like money because money can be anything, right? When you have money you can buy a car, you can go on a vacation, you do work, you get money so it can be exchanged for different things and this means it can on one side is pretty neutral but like you can do good things with it or you can do bad things with it and it's swirling around in the psyche causing things and a lot of those things are unconscious. So the most things happening that use up libido or use libido are in the unconscious part of our psyche, a little bit like the body, right? The body does a lot of things by itself without us consciously doing it like breathing, digesting, pumping blood through the body and the psyche is a little bit like that. What makes consciousness special and especially human consciousness is that we have libido to use it to do specific things so when we exert willpower we aim for something and we materialize something, a thought, an action, a creative product for example where libido is spent like money and when we concentrate a lot and we work a lot we feel also tired that there's a loss of libido, we cannot do so much anymore and for him there's this barrier between consciousness and the unconscious and things in the unconscious they have libido, they work and so on but the question whether something traverses over in the conscious realm has to do with how much energy it has. So how much libido is there? He says there are a lot of things happening in the background that we don't notice, that we don't realize until the point where they start acting up. So like normally we don't notice our digestion but when we have trouble there because we're ill or we have eaten really a lot then we notice it. When it processes barrier we become way more aware of that and he uses a French term for that because he also studied a little bit in Paris to learn about psychology and it's called abissimo de nouveau mental which means there's a lowering of consciousness. This means things can easily or more easily get from the unconscious to consciousness. For example when people do awareness training and meditate and start focusing on their body that already gives them a different feeling of the body. They might notice that there are certain parts aching or that certain parts are feeling good, something that were below the threshold before. But when people for example are sleeping they become very aware of the unconscious processes or when people get sick, ill, drunk or deprived of sleep they can start to hallucinate and to be more aware of certain thoughts. So for example when you don't sleep for three days you will basically will have hallucinations till your body stops functioning correctly. So the body really needs sleep. That's the first concept. The second concept has to do with perception and perception is for Jung very subjective. This means we don't see the external world as it really is but it rather is always painted by subjective experience and subjective personality. It gets filtered through us what we see, what we experience. So we are kind of limited by our consciousness. We're limited recognizing the things we can recognize. For example when there's a foreign language to us it's just weird noises or strange letters and we can't make it out. But if we get proficient in the language then we can pick out this information. Before it was just a jumbled mess and then it can become poem or like analysis on a movie in Jungian terms when we are proficient in the thing. Consciousness forms what we can see, what we cannot see. You also thought there's not so much a big difference between inner experience and outer experiences. Outer experiences from the outside world those are of course very dominant as for example the sun or somebody hitting one. This is something outside but we also have inside experiences. Extremon would be like a phobia or a trauma but also dreams that come from the inside. And Jung treats those things pretty similarly because he says what is real is what causes something. Your reaction on fear or hope or love which comes from inside has a reaction on you the same as it would happen outside. When you're afraid of a dog then it doesn't need to be a dog around for you already to be afraid. And this means that Jung was very open for this psychic realm and said okay this psyche has a huge influence and this is why he looked into it because he saw there was a huge influence. And the same way how we can see things through consciousness we are also able to be blind because of consciousness because we do not focus on something and we cannot recognize something. There's always a limitation to that similar to the eye. We think the world around us is high definition but we don't see this world in high definition. It's only a very small spot actually that can put in a lot of information. Everything around it is basically guessed right and if you stretch out your arm and look at your thumb the size of your thumbnail that is the part that you see with high accuracy and high resolution. And the rest is basically your brain stitching all the things together and just saying yeah everything looks very clear very sharp but actually you only see a very small spot and the rest is like generated by AI we would say today. The third concept is consciousness is blind and we have a complete psyche so our psyche is in many parts smarter than we are because our psyche is the human nature that has been with humans for millions of years. So it's been formed through evolutionary processes through experiences to be already ready for certain situations. So consciousness while and you as an individual person have to learn certain things the body already knows a lot of things. It's more a rediscovery and the development of consciousness is to become bigger and larger and to encompass more functions and experiences of the psyche. And the way how the psyche does this is by compensation. So when you run too far into one direction with your consciousness there will be a counterbalance created in the unconscious to bring you back in this position. And Jung even talked about that when people have depression or neurosis that this is a healing function. This is a psyche trying to heal itself to push certain contents into consciousness so that consciousness pays attention to them, tries to incorporate them. And similar as fever is the reaction on a for example virus infection. The fever is not the illness. The illness is the virus and the same for him neurosis or depression is not the illnesses is a reaction to something. It's for fever the body trying to kill the virus or the bacteria with higher temperature and in the case of neurosis and complexes to force consciousness to pay attention to it which is also psychoanalytic term. This can cause an extreme case a split in the psyche as consciousness is so stiff and so unadapted that there has to be a big big force trying to move it from its very sturdy position. So for people who have seen the movie which I guess everybody of you already did you might have picked up already some things I'm trying to get at in the later analysis. But just to bring everybody up to speed if it's been a longer time since you have been seen the movie and make a short summary and I've written it down to keep it really really short and on point because I will mention some things that will be important. So summary of Fight Club the movie. The nameless narrator which is called Jack colloquially can't sleep. He is severely depressed and discovers self -help groups that he doesn't share the problems with but can find emotional release. This goes on until a woman joins that plays the same game called Marla Singer. She pushes Jack back into his depression because he becomes aware that he is a fraud. At this moment he makes acquaintance with Tyler Durden a soap salesman. After Jack's apartment burns down he moves in with Tyler and goes into a spiritual journey which makes him question society and its rules. Things spiral out of control when others join the journey causing mayhem in the real world. Jack has his doubts investigates Tyler and comes to the realization that Tyler is himself and a split off part of his psyche. When the group wants to demolish skyscrapers in the middle of the city Jack confronts Tyler to the point that Jack shoots himself to stop Tyler. The movie ends with Jack holding hands with Marla watching the buildings collapse. And that's Fight Club a little bit over to our movie. And this is also my disclaimer I will mainly talk about the movie but that because that's what most people are familiar with. I also read the book many years ago but the movie does something very well and it makes it even more tighter and clearer the whole narrative and certain topics it fleshes us out. So the movie is really an improvement over the book and even the author of Chuck Paul Nowick said the same. So the book itself is based on a short story that Chuck wrote which is still in the book if you're interested and you're reading the book there's a chapter about Fight Club explaining the rules. This is basically unchanged the short story and later Chuck fleshed all this out to make a complete book. And this caught the attention of David Fincher who wanted to make a movie out of it with Edward Norton and Brad Pitt and he actually did. And the movie was released and it pretty much bombed. Nobody wanted to see it in the cinema. It was a missile. So for the star power that was there somehow people wanted really interested. It wasn't late until the movie came out on DVD that it really found a cult following especially with the soap bar which are also used as a logo for the event and the posters it became a cult classic spread and now it's a very famous movie and it's very high on the list of the most impressive the best movies IMDb.
"pitts" Discussed on WTOP
"Firefighter Rodney Pitts the third and Friday morning the funeral service for 26 year old captain Dylan Ronaldo was held. The two died after fighting a Baltimore building City fire last month. Since then the Baltimore banner reports a department memo calls for changes including risk assessments on the scene. Victor Stagnaro CEO of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation told WTOP strategies in firefighting are constantly evolving. It's not that unusual to see a tactic being deployed for hitting it from the outside first before committing cruise to the interior of the building. Last year three Baltimore City firefighters died responding to a vacant row the fire. The former Virginia elementary school teacher who was shot by one of her students a six -year -old earlier this year in Newport News can move forward with a 40 million dollar lawsuit against the school system. That was the ruling from a judge judge in Newport News today and that means Abby Zwirner could get much more than just workers compensation for her injuries. She was hospitalized for nearly two weeks, had to face multiple surgeries after bullet hit her hand and chest during that shooting at Rich Neck Elementary that was in January. The school board is expected to appeal. It's 606. Black Friday is coming up at the end of the month. To get ready for that and all the upcoming holiday shopping UPS is calling today. Brown Friday as tries it to hire hundreds to fill the jobs needed to handle the rush. Be warned you'll hear lots of car horns in this story. This weekend you can get a job in as little as 20 minutes. What we're looking forward to hire this weekend are drivers, time. That means they're hiring workers, package handlers and driver helpers. Natasha Marquez is a spokeswoman for UPS which has 60 50 ,000 job openings nationwide and about 400 here in the DMV. And she says sometimes once they start with us they want to stay full -time because they are the owners of their schedule. We have flexible hours, flexible schedules that they can all adapt to what they're doing with their families and their other jobs. But if you come be ready to work because for the next two months we know they're going to be delivering a lot of packages. At the UPS facility Landover John dome in WTV News 607 last year it was the cherry blossoms. Now a new city edition uniform for the Washington Wizards features a history lesson. The black gray copper and teal uniforms tell a uniquely Washington story. that And is the story of the boundary stones and also Benjamin Banneker. Rebecca Wynn senior VP P of marketing for the Wizards. He was the one that actually replaced the 40 stone markers, 40 stones mile a apart that established the boundaries of D .C. under President George Washington. Wynn says Nike encourages the team to come up with a city edition theme that sets their uniform apart. Only Washington D .C. can own this particular story. The city edition merch is now on sale. Meanwhile, Neil log can stain WTRP news coming up in money news after traffic and other. A local Fortune 500 company's acquisition spree. I'm Jeff Dildine and the W P .T traffic .O center and eastbound leaving Bowie through Davidsonville. Traffic is slow on 50. The crash happened about a half mile east of 424. If it's still there it should be on the shoulder by now on the right. But westbound traffic is getting a look at it. Westbound though only brief rubbernecking delays. 197 all day long alternating hitting at emergency utility work near old Laurel Bowie road. Slow both ways in and out of Laurel on 197. B .W. Parkway traffic still heavy through Laurel 95 works better but still heavy southbound near Columbia and Beltway traffic is still a bit thick through Landover Lanham, Greenbelt and Silver Spring and of course near River Road on both loops in Virginia on the outer loop quite slow from 66 to a point near Gallows Road where we often find crashes this time of the day. If you want to save yourself some time the team of the 495 Express Lanes wants you to know to save time you can hop on the Express Lanes now. Outer loop traffic still heavy from Telegraph to the Wilson Bridge as well. between 66 Fairfax westbound County Parkway and 28 near the first long exit for 28 a crash is blocking the right 95 north and southbound still slow into Woodbridge and 395 still heavy near the 5th Street Bridge. Go electric the 5th way looking for an electric car. Try the new Subaru Solterra, Hyundai Ionicore, Toyota BZ4X state and federal incentives available. Go electric at fitsmall .com. I'm Dave Doldine, WTLP traffic. To 7U's first alert chief meteorologist Veronica Johnson. Mainly clear skies here this evening and we've got a delightful evening coming our way with just a few scattered clouds around the area temperatures
Monitor Show 12:00 09-27-2023 12:00
"With Bloomberg, you get the story behind the story, the story behind the global birth rate, behind your EV battery's environmental impact, behind sand, yeah, sand, you get context. And context changes everything. Go to Bloomberg .com to get context. CEDO and it looks nice. It's on nine acres and she would have cool neighbors like Oprah Winfrey and Brad Pitt. Yeah, she's pretty cool too. Yeah. So is Orlando Bloom. I guess. I prefer John Mayer. This is Bloomberg. Broadcasting 24 hours a day at Bloomberg .com and the Bloomberg Business Act. This is Bloomberg Radio. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller. We got a lot of green on the screen here, but the volume is light. We constantly underestimate the strength of the U .S. consumer. This is a market that's much more optimistic or bullish than maybe central bankers are. Breaking market news and insight from Bloomberg experts. There's still some concern out there in the market that there is room for things to deteriorate a little bit more than what they're indicating. As small and medium -sized businesses struggle, they don't present as much competition. The supply chain has still got dislocations globally and here in the U .S. This is Bloomberg Markets with Paul Sweeney and Matt Miller on Bloomberg Radio. All right. Coming up in this hour, we're going to do a deep dive on the bond market. Who better to do that with than Jerry Cudzel. He's a General's Portfolio Manager at TCW. That's Trust Company of the West folks. They have a lot of assets under management. Then we're going to check in with Brett Ewing, Chief Market Strategist at First Franklin Financial. Get his thoughts on this marketplace. Is there a constructive call on this market right now? Then Eileen Mullaney. She's Workforce Transformation Lead at Vialtro Partners. Discussing this whole back -to -work hybrid. Where are we in that whole...
Randall Terry Goes to the 1988 Democratic Convention, Lands in Jail
"So take us back to 1988. You decide to go to the democratic convention in Atlanta and you put in jail, keep tell that story again. All right, so I'm on CNN crossfire with Pat Buchanan and Mark green. Mark green says, what's next? And I say we're going to Atlanta to the democratic invention. We had no plan. Nothing in place, no infrastructure, nothing. So my staff, they just went crazy and we started sending out letters and making phone calls begging people. Please come to Atlanta and join us and go to jail for three or four days during the convention. So we get there. There's a 137 of us that go on the first morning of the convention. We go to an abortion clinic and we sit down and we start praying, the police arrest us, and when they take us into custody, they, they said, what's your name? And we said, all the men said, my name is baby John Doe. In other women said, my name is baby Jane Doe. Because we wanted to identify with the babies who had no name. So nobody had identification with them known had any money. We knew that they would hold us. And they had this huge warehouse facility with cots. They brought us in, they put us there, and they thought, okay, well, they're being smart, Alex, they'll give us their name and we wouldn't do it. So after a couple of days in this big place, they put us in the key road prison facility. Which was another mistake on their part because they gave us an entire wing of the prison. And during the day, the men and women could hang out in a big area together, and we sang and prayed and had preachers in jail, we had prayer meetings, and Bible studies, 24/7. I mean, literally all day long. And while we're there, the police are negotiating with us and they say, okay, on Friday, at the end of the week, we'll just let you all go. Time served. Well, the attorney for the do versus bolt in case. Now we all are familiar with roe versus wade, but it was actually two cases. Roe versus wade, and Doe versus Bolton. The dough case was critical because it defined health of a woman. So when they stay a woman has an abortion for her health, that can mean financial health, emotional health, up to the day of birth. So the attorney for dough versus Bolton, Marjorie Pitts haymes, she said to the city council and to the police, don't you dare let these people go without giving their names. So we found out that she was the problem. And man, you know, I'm in my 20s. I've got a bunch of young advisers around me. And I thought, you got to be kidding me. You picked the fight with the wrong people. So I went on pat Robertson, CNN. They were letting me do interviews from jail. They would bring cameras up to the fence and let me do interviews or do them on the phone.
AG Daniel Cameron: 'Disgusting' Cartoon by Lexington Herald-Leader
"How come a left can get away with this blatant flat out racism against a person like you Well Mark thank you for having me on It is absolutely disgusting to have a major newspaper in Kentucky published a cartoon that is so sick and is disdainful obviously of Christians of people of faith and then that an element to sort of try to demean me or look at the end of the day I see this a lot unfortunately from the far left which they tell us their tolerant but if you are a black conservative there's no tolerance for you And so unfortunately this stuff happens In fact the same newspaper published in cartoon from the same cartoonist in 2019 with Donald Trump in KKK garb and me being drugged behind him so this is par for the course sadly for this newspaper but it's despicable the Harold leader should be ashamed of itself and they should fire the cartoonist Joel Pitt if they have any desire to make amends with conservatives with in this Commonwealth Again they disparage me which is fine because when you're in leadership you know you're going to take the swings and arrows But what incensed me the most was the fact that they mocked faith that they had this cartoonist mock the crucifix crucifixion of Christ as well It's disgusting and that's why I'm fighting I'm running for governor as you know Mark and I'm running and fighting for the values of kentuckians and we've got to push back against these far left nonsense that is trying to creep into our Commonwealth
Pitt gets past Mississippi St 60-59 in NCAA First Four
"The first games of the NCAA tournament are in the books with two of the first four games in Dayton, Tuesday night in the open or Texas a and M Corpus Christi got 22 points from Jalen Jackson as they held off southeast Missouri state's comeback bid for a 75 71 win. The 16 seat islanders next get number one Alabama. In the night cap pit survived 60 to 59 over Mississippi state as jamarius Burton hit the game winning shot with 9 seconds left. When I had the ball in my hands with the last 30 seconds or so, I just told myself I was built for it and I just got to a spot and let it go when I had complete confidence in myself. The 11th seed Panthers play Iowa state next. Josh Valtteri AP sports
"pitts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"65 Yukon beat Oklahoma state the huskies are 9 and out at the World Cup. Christian Pulisic says his injured pelvis, feeling better, hopes to play for the U.S. tomorrow against the Netherlands. Hall of Famer Gaylord Perry has died at 84 Pitts for 22 seasons 8 different teams. John stash Howard Bloomberg sports Amy. All right, thank you, John, futures are mixed this morning S&P futures two points higher Dow futures mostly unchanged, and NASDAQ futures down three points. Ten year treasury down 6 30 seconds the yield at 3.5%. The two year yield at 4.2% nymex crude, one 100th of a percent higher. That's just a penny going trading now at $81, 23 cents per barrel, much more still to come on this Friday morning on Bloomberg daybreak, this is Bloomberg. The Alzheimer's association and the ad council present the story of Tom and Levi. Tom is the smartest man I know. He's been a professor at two major universities been a teacher for over 40 years. One day, he told me that he was having problems in his classes. I think one of the students had asked the question and he didn't remember the answer. I also noticed that he was letting his class out earlier than they were supposed to let out. And he was telling them that he was doing it as a favor to them, but I think in reality he just wanted to give out of there. I was really starting to worry because I saw something was wrong. Levi and I talked about how it would change our lives, but he was there beside me at my love for him was just immense. When something feels different, it could be Alzheimer's, now is the time to talk. Visit ALC dot org slash our stories to learn more. A message from the Alzheimer's association and the ad council. But I know about courage, I learned from my adoptive mom. She said sometimes you just gotta hold on, and no we'll get through this. Mom
Vaccinated People Now Make up a Majority of COVID Deaths
"So yeah there's a lot we gotta ask Fauci about particularly as a new report came out today and said the majority of people who've died of COVID have been vaccinated which of course is shocking As they also buried another report that vitamin D levels may have a direct correlation with your ability to survive the virus But again Fauci worked directly with the tech companies to silence quote unquote disinformation If you remember anybody who went out of line and said anything even about the lab origins of COVID was probably shut down and silenced There's a lot to answer for My theory of course is that we can now trace the gain of function research funding from Fauci's office and Collins office He's another one that should be hauled in Directly to the Wuhan lab we know that they were experimenting with these viruses These guys admitted in these emails they were working on this fury in cleavage They were working on these weird Frankenstein mice and the cells in the lungs and everything like that They created this thing and they knew that they did and they tried to lie and cover it up by finding a way they could justify this came from nature And because the media in this country the corporate media loved Fauci and don't forget Brad Pitt played the guy in Saturday Night Live He was a hero to people The nation's leading infectious disease doctor you actually have to say that by law whatever you say his name Did you know that Well they love him so much so anything he said they just went with gospel so when he said no no no this was this came from a bat
"pitts" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"A check of sports from around the world, here's Dan schwarzman. Thanks, tag. The United States played Wales to a one ultra in its first World Cup match as Timothy way scored the goal for the U.S. in the 36th minute for Gareth Bale scored equalized on a penalty in the 82nd minute. Australia England dominates Iran's 6 to two as bukayo saka scores a praise while the Netherlands shuts out Senegal to nil. While reports have emerged saying that Argentina's star Lionel Messi is dealing with an ankle injury, heading into Tuesday's opening match versus Saudi Arabia, Messi says he is, quote, feeling well. The 35 year old has reportedly missed some training leading up to the World Cup, which he says is not out of the ordinary. Argentina is the second favorite of the tournament behind Brazil. It's an NFC west match bomb Monday Night Football as a four and 6 Arizona Cardinals are playing the 5 and four San Francisco forty-niners at Stadio azteca in Mexico City. The cardinals who are starting colt McCoy at quarterback over the injured Kyler Murray are coming off a win over the Los Angeles Rams of the niners have been the rams and the Chargers in back to back games. Also in the NFL, the Denver Broncos have waved running back Melvin Gordon after the 29 year old fumbled for the 5th time this season while the Atlanta Falcons have placed tight end Kyle Pitts on injury reserve with an MCL injury that will likely require surgery. Philadelphia 76ers star big man Joel embiid will miss at least the next two games after suffering a left midfoot sprain and Saturday's loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves. The sixers played the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday in the Charlotte hornets on Wednesday. I'm Dan schwarzman that your Bloomberg world sports update. Markets, headlines, and breaking news 24 hours a day. At Bloomberg dot com, the Bloomberg business out and at Bloomberg quick tape. This is a Bloomberg business flash. Okay, we've got some breaking news coming through right now and coming from the
"pitts" Discussed on Paul Vato Presents: A Celebrity Centric Podcast!
"But it was really very roomy. So no, I hear you, a boat is great, but you can't, you can't go many places where the vans have built in showers. You know, they're small, and I might have to lose a few pounds. But they're very nicely appointed. But there is that stigma of I live in a van or imagine offering people rides. Hey, you want to jump in my van? I don't think so, Watteau. I've been attracted to the idea of living in a tiny house, but having seen them, I feel like I'd want to also houses put together. Not one tiny house seems too tiny. But two tiny houses seem sort of like the equivalent of a studio apartment. One could be your podcasting studio or your work area. So I've also very attracted because I have a condo right now in Vegas and it's two bedrooms. Once just used for storage, like if I just got rid of all that, I don't really need all that space in all this junk and everything. So that little house I might start off with. It's crazy. It's insane how much stuff. And I've given a lot of stuff away. I've gotten rid of a lot of stuff. And I still have way too much stuff. Yeah. I just realized I never introduced you so my friend, let me thank you for that, that was the world's longest intro. Cold open, and let me introduce my guest. My guest today is Jonathan Pitt, who's an old dear friend of mine from the Chicago days, second city, and was just instrumental in the, I think the proliferation of improv in Chicago, but also like these improv festivals and other festivals that I'd like to love to touch on, but so Jonathan, welcome, if you'd like to introduce yourself because I'm sure I missed a few things. Please introduce yourself and let the world know here on fireside who you are. Well, hi everybody on fireside, if anybody's watching, I'm Jonathan Pitts. And I have taught and performed improv in 26 countries and 98 cities. But I've also been the cofounder of the chicagoan profession and I produced it for 20 years. I created a college in pro tournament and produced that for 14 years, a
Christian Toto: Hollywood Creatives Are Being Left out Simply for Being White Males
"You know I read a piece this weekend I think you cited it on your social media feed or was it this weekend or less But I think it was by Barry Weiss on her sub stack but it was a different author And the gist of the piece was that this isn't just about actors you know Christian you and I think Hollywood like you say you think Scarlett Johansson and Brad Pitt and all these famous actors that's actually a very small sliver of Hollywood You got gaffers lighting people foley artists sound engineers I mean not all these people are died in the world liberals Matter of fact a lot of them believe in liberty and freedom like we do And the gist of the piece was that these writers and script writers that they're being subjected to these de facto racial quotas and you've got a bunch of middle aged basically white men who've done nothing wrong of dedicated themselves to the crap submitting scripts and stuff and being told straight out Christian they're not hiding it Hey sorry man We've got to hit some kind of quota for black minority LGBT or artists and writers and you're not it I mean that's the textbook definition of discrimination right there It is it's a great article I recommend everyone check it out to Barry Weiss's subsect page And I have some of that in my book as well I've also recently spoken to a comedian he's a straight white comedian very funny fellow and he played me an audio clip that he saved from one of his agents or reps basically saying you're a white male I can't do anything for you I'm so sorry It's happening It's real And part of this is Hollywood has done a terrible job of being diverse in the past I think the shame they have is real And they should have some guilt But this is a massive overcorrection It should be about the artistry and gifts and talents of the creators not the skin color So let everyone on board Any minority any group if you've got a great story a screenplay you're a great actor We want you That's what it should be Not this we've got to overcorrect and just an absurd way That's
Dr. Anthony Fauci Can't Let Go of His Power Grip
"He told recently over the weekend he was talking I think it was the Jake tapper And seen in State of the Union And he said he said tapper asked him because do you expect record new high numbers for cases And what about hospitalizations and deaths And he said well yes unfortunately Jake I think that is going to happen We're going to see a significant stress in some regions of the country I'm a hospital system particularly in those areas where you have low level of vaccination which is one of the reasons why we continue to stress the importance of getting those unvaccinated people vaccinated The automotive variant all right In South Africa where I mentioned where it's post their post peak on omicron deaths were 25 times lower than with Delta So you have this very contagious variant that's much more mild and much less dangerous And that's a good thing because then it could become the dominant strain which is our way out of this whole thing But do they want to let it go I mean they're grip of control Do they want to let that go No no no no no no no No look you have to understand the mindset here You have to understand They love power I mean it is so so so wonderful and warm and fuzzy And what happens if we just learn to live with this thing We just live with it You know what happens They gotta go back to their offices They got to go back to their bureaucratic offices and they're not going to be on TV every day They're not going to be on the cover of magazines and books and newspapers Brad Pitt won't be playing them on Saturday Night Live
Boris Johnson Loses by-Election
"In the United Kingdom, a by election Michelle, that means they had the fellow seat a member of parliament who had to resign because of scandal. A seat that the Tories have held for 200 years and they got blown out by labor. Malone out. They got 5 alarm fire in Great Britain this morning. Because Boris Johnson incompetence social distancing from the truth is Keir Starmer put it. His antics, the hypocrisy of Christmas 2020, the new lockdown and the tax hike, which broke the platform of the Tories, have all combined to create the perfect storm for Tories. And if they have a they'll get blown out again. Now, they won't throw them out until after Christmas. I don't think there's not enough time before Christmas. Although, William Pitt the younger was put into office in 1784 in December. They called it the mince ministry, because like mince pie it wouldn't last after Christmas, and it lasted for 19 years. So I think it was 19 years. I'm recalling from memory from Andrew Roberts book. But pit the younger was 24. So look at the 24 Jim Byron who took over the Nixon library. He might become the leader of the Conservative Party. We'll see. Jim is young. And he's great and he's smart. He's like to pick the younger of not for profits.
We Should Be Using the Moneyball Theory for These Crazy Mask Mandates
"I'm talking about mask mandates You know listen I can't emphasize to you enough The Moneyball theory of life Please watch the movie money ball and that scene where the Billy bean character played by Brad Pitt is sitting around with the scouts and they're arguing about this hitter He's good at he's got a lot of pop ball jumps off his bat and then Billy beans sitting there played by Brad Pitt's got his hand in his face he's leading over And he's like he's a he goes guys if he's a good hit or why doesn't he hit good Yes And I thought to myself when I saw that I've seen the movie probably 50 times Not front to back but a lot Good portions of it probably at least 50 times I thought that should be everybody's theory of life The money ball for you He's a good hitter why doesn't he hit good And if liberals can only digest the Moneyball theory And apply those rules to their lives We would be so much better off And I'll ask you again with the new mask mandates now being reimposed in California and New York If masked mandates work then why don't mask mandates work If masks are working then why aren't they working I don't understand why you can't show us any evidence that they actually do anything And yet you continue to go to the well on this I'm really confused
The Strange Death of Silent Film Star Thelma Todd
"Then we came across thelma Todd. Boy, this was a good show. I never heard of thelma Todd. Back in 1997, when I made the mysteries and scandals episode on her. She was a silent film star. That's why they called it a hot toddy. You know, a toddy is a drink. They called to the ice cream blond. She was in a 123 films and shorts throughout a 9 year career. That's it, 9 years, 9 years in a mount. And if you saw the house she bought on the Pacific Coast highway, which I did, I filmed right in front of it. Oh, it was beautiful. This long staircase off the PCH up this hill. Thelma Todd was great at slapstick comedy. She started along Wheeler and woolsey, Laurel and Hardy, and the Marx brothers. She even formed the comedy duo alongside the greatest name ever. Zazu Pitts. Alongside Pitts and Kelly, she was often cast as the level headed protagonist who had to deal with an embarrassingly did see sidekick. So in addition to her being an actress, thelma Todd was a good businesswoman. And she had a lover, that lover was the film director Roland west. They opened the restaurant called sidewalk cafe in Los Angeles, California. And they shared ownership with west white jewel Carmen. A lot of these triangles situations back then. And the three of them also lived in the same duplex above the restaurant. Get this. Sources say that Carmen didn't object to west affair with thelma Todd, even though west displayed jealousy over Todd's affairs with other men. Let's go to the morning of December 16th, 1935. 29 years old, she's found dead in her car, parked in west garage. The garage was closed, the car was running. She had a broken nose. She had two cracked ribs and bruises around her throat. And police officers said she'd been dead at least 12 hours.
"pitts" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"Absolutely 'em about was one of the website highlighted them reading your article compartment cotton compartmentalization gibraltar say media teacher. And i think that is the say the natural wrestling mat that we have to play in our heads one that. I'm very struggling with it. The minute with manchester united. And i think the stories that are going on there was never particularly fan in the first place. Anyway seeing that person come back and not one just cheer for one of the players but wanting to still support team has been a real wrestling match of in my own head and one of the last things. I wanted to get a very conscious of your time. Is the combination between football with all of these issues. You've got people gary neville. He seemed to be bridging. The gap with football in politics and this is something that obviously a huge debate. But with the new keva with things like laws coming into so much more with Outlets like that and so many fantastic pieces of journalism out there. the minute and investigative journalism is going on does spiegel's melody piece for example Do you see this something. Dc that got being bridged evermore or is it. Something that's going to the average fan will still not bother with much. Well i certainly think i mean. Football is always been political and it's becoming more political In the sense of the primarily in the sense of the oath the poem is football is too big is to popular. It's the number. One is the most popular thing in the world It's more chris. Jam christianity your films or anything. Anything like that. Because it's unpopular star trek's people as a kind of way said you can achieve so much through football if you have money you know look abramovich tabby dhabi qatar actors and so feel like football. Football is only going to get more political. I think that's why. I think is in that piece in the when when i was thinking of things that he should guide new causal fines on regarding that pace. I write one of the things i feel. Quite strongly about is new newcastle. Found cannot say key politics football side there because what is what is saudi arabia by your club. If not a nakedly political it's political. Collect from a very rich very unpopular country. Which has a terrible reputation accurately because it does terrible things which wants to improve his reputation by building brilliant. Football team will be more political than that. You know it's like you wouldn't say about the kind of nineteen ninety. Six olympics hockey politics have the olympics. It would just it would be. It'd be insane thing to say. So i I have no. That's the one the full house find. He called fans want to say he's i know it's bad but i'd love the team on. I wanna keep going. That's fine if they interface. I i know it's bad but already had signed contracts Kind of i can't tell you but it was not a case. I yeah i really wanna watch continuing drag drexler bought by the saudis but key politics possible but not that's not okay just completely inconsistent and it's also like sticking head and san both intellectually morally. So i so yeah we have to. Your like might may be vaulted. The football wasn't political. But it is you have to cut a deal with the world is exists. So i think in that sense we just have to. Even though people like him conversations. Yeah sixty five. Doug like being told a yeah. You've already got his permanent titles Over kevin deploy because of dhabi. But it's true like his his unambiguous detroit. And.
"pitts" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"Your that That's wrong that's unfair. You get defensive. I kinda wanted to. If i code to try and light speak over that divides or to try to talk to newcastle fans. In a way that they wouldn't take trying believe and so you some calls with finds took it tried to land costs fans. Didn't like kids on this head quite That's of thank you for writing that in that kind of clarified some issues in my head so i got a pretty mixed reaction but makes a good way. I think yeah definitely ask think he's really interested in one of the to use as how nuanced this situation is. I think tribalism you touched on there as well. Travelers memphis of have does run the fans more connected to their clips than most most things in their life. I think and certainly compared to other aspects of culture that connection you can feel to a football club is deeper than a tv program more video game for example. Do you think it's that same connection that makes fans of not necessarily willing to ignore that willing to go past moral issues and think of that club is something more than something they can pick up an y- discard definitely. I think the strength of the connection between fans and their club as one of the most important like building blocks of what you might call the sports washing era because people have realized if you buy a full cup and spend money on it. The fans aren't gonna care the majority of funds what we care who you all and not only will they not care they will support you and love you and you see that wave the mench. Thanks shagman banner mansion sissy all the number of shows he finds who will all be on behalf of nevada mitch on twitter and who's thinking is a great guy and again in evidence just this month like newcastle fans in the traditional style Dress as james's park so clinton The strength of tribals opole the fans have for. That club is something which owners will perspective owners can weapon is and they know that as long as they do right by the club which in prizes just means spend money on players than the fines will forgive them all. he's literally everything else. Almost literally everything else. So it's it's hugely important and that's why But at the same time that means it's genuinely as not easy for fans not easy for fans to give up even fans who might recognize that it was going on. That club is bad. you know. that's why. I think the kind of the some of the kind of comparisons with other companies doug wash Classic is out beaten us companies. You.
"pitts" Discussed on Jogo Bonito
"Hello listeners will hear it's just me today for a very special episode of end to end into series. I'm very excited at incredibly fortunate. Speak to one of my favorite journalist. Pit brook you can find work at the athletic. And before that the independent for some of the very best football analysis and then primarily to non league clubs what essential issues around football and everything in between i reached out jack after reading some of his recent work in connection with it based on the moral state of football league football and what that means for fans are the primarily clubs who are caught within this. Quandary tiv- is most recent articles touched on the biggest topics within football right now the european super league and saudi arabia's takeover revenue castle united and. That's why we started discussion so setback. Enjoy my conversation with pit. Brooke took i welcome listeners to a very special yovany to end. I'm your host will today and sadly joke join us but i am extremely excited to welcome someone. I'm a huge fan of from the athletic jack but jack thanks so much for being here north woman. Thank you very much side jack. A out for conversation review after reading your frankly star article on the newcastle..
Memory Tricks and Treats - burst 4
"Don't you miss him not really. I didn't much like him in the first place. Terrible thing to say he's your father. Yes i suppose so. But he wasn't a very good father and he wasn't a very nice man wasn't he. I thought he brought his present or some daddy gave us the press. He might have handed them to us. But i'm pretty sure it was mom who bought them or made them. Oh dear. i didn't know that. Why didn't i know that that horrible. I should've known that i was the big sister. I was supposed to look up to you. And you did sweetheart. You really did. And you did know what he was like. You've just forgotten. don't worry about it. We all forget things. But i seem to forget more things more and more things all the time such as me i forgot have but this there is still something i i know. There was something a question i wanted to us about. Daddy he as about daddy. Why did he go. why didn't he come back. I remember now waiting and waiting and and asking mummy and she would get cross and refused me. Did so cross not good to do you know nope. I really don't. I did try to find out years later. It seems he went to america to the states. And when i was over there studying in new york. I tried to track him down. But i had no luck whatsoever. Oh that's pitt yes. He'd probably changed his name and he was a clever clogs. He was certainly capable of reinventing himself completely. If he wanted to that such a shame. I can't help wondering do you wonder. Don't you still want to no not really. I gave that up. Life's too short. He didn't care enough about us to want to know how we were anything about us. Why should we waste time wondering about him. Oh i understand that. But but what helen. Yes darling helen. Why did i stop thinking about him. After all this time. And i really did yes. I really did want to know why he wasn't coming here to see me. As if i thought i was still a young girl i was what fifteen when he left holding. You're only fourteen. And i was six and i think it was much more of a trauma for you because well because you knew him for longer. I hardly knew him a tool. He was away so much. Oh yes that's right. I thought he was such an adventure. I really wasn't surprised when he went to way. But you were devastated. When he didn't come back it's a terrible
'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood's Attention to Detail Is Superb
"Because what I did the other day was I watched Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, which had already seen a couple times. I watched the third time. I really liked that movie. I love Brad Pitt's performance and Leo DiCaprio's performance. And I was looking for certain pieces of the film and maybe I'd have a look like all the Manson kids. I wanted to see their faces, you know, there's more appetite that's Dakota Fanning. There's some people in there that I kind of overlooked the first time or two. And I wanted to concentrate more on the bit players. And man, they were just everybody's so good in that movie. I love the way the sun sets trip was decorated to look exactly like that time. I mean, Tarantino apparently went down to not only the storefronts having signs in the window saying a particular pair of shoes were for sale, but they made sure those exact shoes were in the window, even if it only meant the camera passed by the window with the speed of Brad Pitt's car driving it. It was amazing. Not to mention Brad Pitt was driving my car. I had the same car, but my mind was in blow, his was in tan. So I watched that movie.
Mark Levin Calls out New York Times' Paul Krugman
"There was a piece in the, uh, New York Times by Paul. I don't know if it's Krugman a Krugman He's supposed to be the best. The The radical left has as an economist. But of course, he's pathetic. We've been trying to get in touch with this man. For how many days Mr. Pitt is here. Since Saturday. We've emailed. We've tried to contact and we've heard nothing. I put out a public challenge to him to debate me about my book. We've heard nothing. And I want to put out that public challenge again to, uh Mr Dr Krugman or Krugman to come on the show. 30 minutes, maybe an hour. Let's debate the substance in my book, the substance of the book. Cause you're a gutless coward. You're a fraud. I'm calling you out. And my time with a little munchkins. I'm calling you out. Tough guy, Big guy, right? And he twists and turns Frederick Kayak and so forth, and and I want to get into this with him. Starts as paragraph remember Austrian economics in the aftermath of the 28 financial crisis. Number of conservatives rejected Cain's economic prescriptions and claimed instead to be devotees of the Austrian school, especially Frederick Hayek. Question about how many of these sub proclaimed Austrians actually knew what they were endorsing in general, when right wingers talk about intellectual history. You want to fire up your fact checking For example, Mark Levin of Fox News has a best selling book, claiming not just that the current American left is in the thrall of European Marxists. But more specifically that their followers or Herbert Marcus and the Frankfurt school except that he keeps calling it the Franklin School, and that's where you lose it.
Brad Pitt Challenges Ruling in Custody Battle
"Pitt has filed for a review in his custody battle with angelina jolie following the disqualification of their private judge. This is getting really messy. So let me try and explain. This bracket has filed a petition with the california supreme. Court is going right to the top to challenge a decision made in the custody battle to disqualify the judge. Brad pitt's legal team are arguing that the ruling to disqualify the private judge in the case request that came from angelina. Steam has generated widespread confusion uncertainty and instability. The decision has made that neither custody battle after all. These years is starting all over again. You might remember. the angelenos. Legal team wanted the judge gone because the judge did not sufficiently disclose his business relationship. Not with brad. But with brad's attorney team are saying. The judge was inappropriately disqualified. Why in thin. Cora will that does seem a little unethical. I mean you can't have your judge being in cahoots with the lawyer of your ex-husband who you're suing. Seems a little weird to me. Yeah i do too. I mean i get it here. There's only so many judges and there's only so many celebrities in these private judges another assigned. They are hired when he was hired by brandon angelina which is not. That strange sounds strange. You doesn't it people like you and me because we never get to pick a private judge do this all the time and they did it to make sure everything is kept confidential. This is not that unusual. But at the time when both brad and angelina said yes. This is the judge. We both agree that judge should have said. Hey i've done a lot of work. Brad's
Jake Paul's Greatest Accomplishment So Far: Disrupting the Boxing Model
"I love the way. The paul has disrupted the boxing model. I love the way. He stepped in as a famous guy who just had something that he wanted to do. And look fame. Doesn't just travel you wherever you go and you guys would know the viewers think of your favorite hollywood actor throw the big names denzel washington right brad pitt throughout some big names jennifer aniston if they go over to boxing. Are you going to come with them. Just because you're just ask yourself that question and they'll be part. Yeah i would go watch you. Might you might go watch them once. But you're not gonna just come with them and we've seen this tested both ways. We've seen people in the boxing world roy jones junior. Who's a big and meaningful name within the box and thought he could parlay that into rap. I think if memory serves me right even shaquille o'neal try doing some level of music and entertainment to get those fans to come with you no matter where you go your youtube star but you transition those fans and you pivot over to boxing. That does not just happen. Because you have twenty million followers. There is an art to that. That's where jake. Paul should get the credit his ability to bring people along the journey. That is jake. Paul's life and for them to not care. What genre you're going into. That is an art. Like no other. If you wanna go study jake paul. That's what you want to
Applying the 'Moneyball' Theory to Liberal Thinking
"Abide by the Moneyball theory on the show. Have you ever seen the movie Moneyball, The Brad Pitt movie Good movie about the Oakland A's little bit embellished in summary, but whatever There's a scene there where the guy asked a pretty common sense question. Probably getting used to it. Now, if you've been a listener for the 14 weeks, he asked the question And the question is this If he's a good hitter, why doesn't he hit good? He's a good hitter. Why doesn't he hit good were pretty common sense, right? We've used we've used that theory everywhere. If tax cuts, Uh if tax cuts costs the government revenue, then why are in tax cuts costing the government revenue? If school choice works. I'm sorry. If public schools work that, then why aren't public schools working? Literally Every liberal policy out there. You can apply the Moneyball theory. So we're going to apply the money. Both theory here, the listener who said this in his granted, he said. If Biden was bound by Trump's deal, then why wasn't Biden bound by Trump's deal? And he brought up which is a great question. He brought up the fact that Trump's deal to withdraw from Afghanistan with the Taliban had had us withdrawing by May 1st. Last time I checked, Jim, can you double check this? It's August. 20 says it August 27th. OK, it is OK. Okay. Thank you. So if Biden was bound by Trump's deal in every way and could do nothing couldn't strike back, couldn't hit the Taliban. And he had a lead by May 1st. And why didn't he leave by May 1st. Moneyball theory works every time. If you don't stand for defunding the police Then why did you stand for defunding The police? I mean, it's never fails. The Moneyball theory applies to just about every component of the liberal ethos out there.
"pitts" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"A superstar then your team's in just as good a shape as if you drafted four running backs early on and use that draft capital in two and a half of them are good and you could realistically take four wide receivers with your first six picks and end up with like tyler lockett as your number four or catching robert. Patterson robert patterson emails us says. Hey i can't wait for his version of the batman esteemed author robert patterson. Hey nick ed william urban nick ed. William urban guests. Nick sabin in urban meyer and head. I don't know college. Football is edwards. Ron ed orchestra at origin. Right and william william penn william wall under the state of pennsylvania. Yeah william walls gotta be it okay. I wanna give you all my take on deeper rookie. Only draft guy. Tommy tremble is a tight end. I'm excited about and he's basically free in dynasty rookie drafts. I went to the same high school as tommy tremble. So i'm biased. But i'm pulling for the young man. But the panthers invested a lot on him. Joe brady planted his flag on this guy. He's an excellent athlete. He's had some injuries that cool the market. He's a big slot. Remove tight end. Also an incredible blocker and i think he can stay on the field. What do you think. Tell me tremble. Wesleyan school west. The physical profile looks really good. I mean six three to forty ran off four six five at his pro day. Tremble or like how how do you. How do you reconcile thirty five catches in two years. That's the problem is just not productive at all. So he's got a gain that experience it'll take him speaking of rookie tight ends. It's gonna take them a little while to get to that point bolt particularly by maybe by his third year. He's attributing in this offense prediction. Tommy chambal is going to shatter every rookie tight end record and all that would be a big one. He he is. He just turned twenty one like yesterday. Drink or i guess this is friday. Two days and people are listening to this so he. He turned twenty one wednesday two days ago. So i mean you know age age. Justin production is important. The age that you re re you make it to the. Nfl is important. But i don't think you can really adjust has production for age. Because he didn't really have any so it's a projection on physical tools as much as anything. Okay we are out of here for the weekend. We are not working for the weekend unless.
"pitts" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"He had three rushing touchdown. Four game stretch by the way two of them against the chiefs. One of them was against the colts teams. Who had pretty solid defense is here. So i i. They were solid but they they weren't dominant in the office. Line was a little bit better against the saints. So i don't really view car as a as a matchup guy. He just if he's lucky enough. To get a third touchdown he's gonna have a big game. Otherwise i expect two hundred and fifty yards and two touchdowns or something like that. He's game was pretty lucky. Wasn't that good. Yeah ravens steelers. Dolphins chargers bears broncos eagles. Maybe that's as i really easy matchup. That's in week seven. I'm ready to move on to all right email from jacob from champ town don't know hey there mike chris antonio and rob. Those are bucks. Pass catchers he's from tampa. Yeah probably how did i guess. 'cause they they won two championships last year of the lightning lightning twice. Okay need help with the keeper decision. Ten team to quarterback league with two flexes and three wide receivers and it's non pr. What a strange league. I can keep one player in rounds. One through five one in six through ten in one and eleven through fifteen. I am keeping cuyler in the fifth. I need help with my other two choices and remember it's a two. Qb league so in the six to ten range. I can keep lamar in the sixth dobbins in the eighth or lamb in the ninth. It's jackson jackson. Yeah yeah i mean. He can only keep jackson for one more year. The other two for two more years. But i still think the accident. Qb league my choices for eleven to fifteen are two in the twelfth. You're not going to do that. Judy judy in the fourteenth or two in the twelfth. I guess you could look at it to a and lamb or dobbins versus jackson and judy. But i still think he go. Jackson and judy same broward kids. This is from rob. What broward kids. Oh jackson and judy jackson and judy from rob. I'm certain lamar jackson. Yeah he well he might have been a miramar. Think from china. Will you just be quiet for whereas rob from dave about geography. Just where the hell is rob from. Already he is from coral springs. Florida adam lamar. Jackson did go to boynton beach. Okay so that is not my story. He didn't go to miramar he might have been from that area but he like got into a school up there. Okay to play football dear. Jd turk ian bob and math fleets. I mean this is not one of the if this is not one of the all-time underrated. Tv shows chris. I don't know why i started watching it. Recently it's it's so good. I love scrubbed scrubs honest top twelve overall rankings for a one qb pr dynasty league. Just what are your thoughts. On proven talent versus youth and how you draft the i twelve and a dynasty startup i meant to get the dynasty startup draft open so let that is my fault here. Okay i have..
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"Only twice so they just don't it just even last year you know. Julio got hurt before that ridley had eight hundred sixty six yards just really just a couple of games to the heath missed three games in two thousand nine hundred. It just hasn't happened and this is a tight end. As i don't want to be low i mean i kinda wanna be all in. I kind of want to be excited about pits. The history is against them. But i totally. I think there's a lot of merit to everything you're saying by the way Not only was might dick great tight end. The named restaurant after him. Kicking and screaming is a very underrated. Sports movie very underrated. And he's really great at it so everybody should watch it. Would you rather have ditka or the heavenly choir of angels. Snl yes dick mike ditka kane dick. Twenty four heavenly parv angel seven. The hurricane was hurricane. Erika dick love it. What is your michael. Thomas bowl predation. Predation number two is about michael thomas. Michael thomas is finishes as michael thomas finishes as the number one wide receiver in pbr scoring in the twenty twenty one nfl football season. Okay my thought process here is one. He needs jameis winston's qb. I don't think tastes hill can can get it done. I think the volume just won't be there. Although tastes did target him a ton in the four games that they played together thing is on pace for one hundred and four targets or something. Like that. But james winston. Obviously if james winston's a quarterback. I think probably gonna throw seventy to one hundred times more than they would if tastes mill was just those rush attempts that that jameis winston won't be taken. My other thought is james. Winston is not nearly as accurate as drew brees and that is going to be a limitation in those on the shorter targets. But he's going to be much more accurate aggressive quarterback than brees was. And so. I think you're looking at trading some of the catch rate which was eighty percent or your drew brees era. Maybe that seventy three to seventy five percent with jameis winston. But you're pushing the average the target up a couple of yards. And you're having a few more big plays and you're having a few more touchdowns and so i think all in all if jameis winston's the quarterback i just think michael thomas could have an absolutely ridiculous season. I haven't projected for hundred and twenty-five catches fourteen hundred fifty yards and nine touchdowns with jameis. Winston's qb's my number two wide receiver if james is the qb. Obviously i wouldn't necessarily rank him there right now just because there is the risk of tastes hill being there. But i've taken tastes michael thomas in pretty much every mom draft. We've done so far. Because i can usually get him late second.
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"Lamb is about one and a half spots of adp higher interesting okay. Tampa bay quarterback coach. Clyde christensen said that this is the second time. We've heard this now tom. Brady's knee was bothering him. For much of the season it was. It was an issue and they didn't talk about it much but it was an issue for brady and yet he finished with forty touchdown passes forty six hundred yards a super bowl championship. And he was the number seven quarterback in fantasy so one hand as getting older and he could meet breaking down a little bit on the other hand if that's what he did on one good knee in second year in bruce. Arians offense you know. It could be even better. Wanna be just here because i am. The young guy on the pod. Assumption is just as a thirty two year old. I feel pain all the time somewhere. My guess is if you're a forty four year old professional football player. You're going to be hurt in some way at all times. I i'm not necessarily sure i would look at it and say well. Tom brady is going to be healthy next season. Watch out. I think the fact is all football players. Do i think the fact is tom. Brady had a knee injury. Learn new offense got a new wide receiver. Midway through the year and finished with forty touchdown passes. I love it. I love it going into year. Two of this sense. You know i'm excited. Yeah what what stops them. Probably takes a little bit of a statistical step back. But that's not a knock on him but that could still be like forty five hundred yards and thirty seven touchdowns which right every how many statistical step back right. Last year was was quarterback year. A lot of them are going to take a statistical step back. Which is why the rushing. Quarterbacks could be even better okay. Connor hughes of the athletic thinks. It won't be long before michael. Carter is the lead running back for the jets and chris. What is your reaction to this. I have a hard time ever seeing ranking him more than an rb three until like maybe he goes off early in the season. And show something in this. Offense is better than i expect but my expectation is he's even if he's the lead back he sharing work and what. I still expect to be a very bad offense. So i don't have have him ranked as an rb three right now. Maybe i can get there in time there. i'm there. he's an arbitrary he. He's exactly what they're looking for as far as they cutback zone running rusher with pretty good receiving skills on top that he just can't pass protect worth a lick and i'm worried about him Running inside between the tackles. That could be hard. But i don't know how much of that they're going to ask him to do anyway. He shared with giovanni williams at unc. I agree with chris. He's gonna share here in new york too and i also agree with chris. I don't know how much running this offense is going to be able to successfully do. But they got a man and a half left. Tackle mci becton. They've got a new left. Guard and allies avera tucker. That's that's a good start on improving an offensive line and Anything that they can squeeze out of the run game makes it easier on zach wilson. I i like him. I like the talent a lot. I'm worried about the opportunity. Being plentiful for him so number three running back. It is okay. Would you guys rather have a bucks running back or michael carter. I've got four. Not right out of him. I have four ranked just ahead of him all right then..
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"End. carol touches carries. Oh yeah the one of these guys are gonna get two hundred and fifty kerry but you could. I mean you're hoping for like seventy five to eighty targets In an offense that will use running backs in a valuable way. Which was what anthony. Lynn has done in the past. And what i mean by that is not just not just screens. Screens are great. They're high efficiency in terms of you're pretty much guaranteed to get that one point for every screen even if it ends up being a point six point play because they lose four yards but the really valuable role for running backs in the passing game is when they get used down the field. And you see that. With the guy like christian. Mccaffrey see that with you. Miles sanders last couple of seasons in philadelphia even last year when he wasn't good he was getting downfield targets. That's what you're hoping for. Austin ekeler actually didn't really have that last season. His average depth of target was actually negative. One point two yards which is pretty surprising the year before with one point. Three positive So that's what you're hoping for is swift can be someone who does get seventy five to eighty targets or more and it's you know. Some of them are downfield targets. Which have a better chance of turning into a touchdown. Better chance of being chunk plays us go to our next news item. Here and mike mccarthy cowboys head coach praising saying really good things about ceedee lamb them up a little bit and also that ceedee lamb has been lining up all over the field and not as any chance dave shannon should check your rankings to see if this is the case. I don't think any atom over gallup. You bet i do over amari cooper will you move. Cd-rom header amari cooper now ready to do that yet. Cal although i love i love the talent obviously. He was my favorite rookie receiver last year. And i him taking another step forward this year. I love the fact that he's going to play outside. I think i read that he would play in the slot. Ninety percent of the time maybe even more than that so getting him involved outside of the slot if it means having a favorable matchup. i'm down with. They need to do things to try. And take the number one corner off of amari cooper just to help cooper out it in cooper sometimes didn't even need it. Sometimes you had games even against tough competition. Usually though usually though cooper's struggled against at least in the past. I know we've talked on. Yeah look i think that. They're just going to try and force defenses to play zone against them all the time. Exclusively that makes it easier on a quarterback and makes it easier wide receivers lambs already being drafted as a as a good number two fantasy. Wideout i don't think this really changes that much. Okay is being drafted ahead of amari cooper right now in. Nfc is yeah. They're backed bags..
"pitts" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
"Action that resonates with someone in. That's helped someone that is mentorship. Yeah you never know what impact that five minutes might have on someone's life and how they view the industry and how they see that place in it and that is into shipped to me and i. That's howard shows up and that's my philosophy. And that's that's how i do things and i bring. That's what i bring to the table. And that's that's how i'm into our and the door is always open. People can come back at any time and ask questions now. It's just been such an amazing conversation and to hear you talk about what you're doing and and the story of how you came to it. We haven't got too much time. I'm afraid i'm going to have to wrap up. The producers are going to kill me. But i've just been so loving listening to you share story. It's just it's so inspiring but before you go. This is the italian one podcast. Which means i have to ask you about italian wine so i wanted. I wanted things i like to ask. Guests is maybe outside of the kind of more traditional quote unquote italian choices on your list. What would you recommend a client. Who maybe wants to explore italian wine further but doesn't know where to go like. Do you have something. That's like on your list or in the back of your mind to you and say i wanna tell you why i don't know what i want. Weady you guy. L. for me when i think about Italian wine and my journey with italian wine. I i always go back to dry waxy white wines and dry fresh crunchy red wines. And so and everything. It's full circle. Because i started. I started in. Tuscon ah for white wine. And one of my favorites is still a puzzle on agasi which i absolutely love and so when i think of white wine for people i am. I use that kind of that analogy as my gateway drug to italian wine. Because it's not what people expect at all. And then. When i started to think of of red wines i circle back and i go back to sicily because very early on twenty years ago would we would see coming out of Of sicily was super super inexpensive but very exciting and it still super exciting and the price point. is not crazy and has always been one of my loves and that's why i go back to On the nicole and it's still very much under the radar. And so if i tell anyone anything it's to look for reds look for eliana co and you're going to be pleasantly surprised because there's so many arrays and hughes and textures and flavors and colors. It's just it's really fantastic. Desperate for now. I recent god it i did in our closing. It goes directly back to memory. I was out with friends recently. And someone brought up a bottle of terachi and it was a two thousand ten least ten years old and i started to smell and i started to taste and i started to cry and but they were not sad tears. They were tears of joy because of the memories that were attached to bet that region in that bottle. in and Yeah another another time. We will talk about my italian wine journey in the beginning of my career. Has that yeah. That's that's another podcast. Let's get that in the diary so that we can do a bit more of a deep dive. And i definitely want to explore more with this this discussion about wine memory. Because it's exactly how. I view it and i think so. Many people view wind. But it's hasn't been talked about enough as a way of approaching wine now. It hasn't i think because people have always thought that it's incorrect or improper when it is proper in it is it is wine in it is life and whiteness life. Exactly on you pits. Thank you so much for joining me on. The italian wine podcast. This has been such a great conversation. When can listeners find you online or on social media on instagram. i g i am nor summary. And if you'll see it says dame tony pitch. That is because i am also part of the dame discuss ta international food food and and beverage society global and so that is that and that happened As well during all of this. So it's it's been super fantastic. All of it has been the silver lining out of something that has not been great something. That's been very devastating for a lot of people. But that's my silver lining. And i wanna continue to give people their silver lining. I have no. I have no doubt of that conversation at thank you again. Thank you everyone for listening. Don't forget to follow us. Social media subscribe and of course their night on the website so that we can make sure that these great conversations keep flowing tanya thank you so much thank you so much for decca. Listen to the italian one. Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Were sunk cloud apple podcasts himalayas. And more don't forget to subscribe and raked the show. If you enjoy listening please consider donating through etonian line. Podcasts dot com any amount helps cover equipment production and publication cops until next time she.
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"It was cold. it was rainy. It was in january and absolutely fell in love with the city. And there was this synergy in this connection immediately. When i got off the plane and i went back home in started my plants in my provision to move and missile of this. I realized that i was not a resident and so i would have to wait a year before i could could go to the arts school and so i thought well you know. I've always been working in restaurants in going to school as well. I can do that there and just do it fulltime until until he could go to school so then it was researching. Okay where do i wanna work and wet makes sense. And and i did that and Within the big food magazine for san francisco chronicle had come out for instant to me in the mail. And and i read and look at these beautiful photographs taken of these these restaurants and the food and just the hustle and bustle. And i thought okay. And i made my list of places that i was going to reach out to drop off by resume. And one of those zuni cafe and i met Sylvie dr who was the wind director. At that time you know. I'd never met a female wind director and silvy super fantastic and super charismatic. And i talked to her for an hour and a half that day in the fact that she took the time to talk to me. It was a hot day. It was inventory. They were closed. I just happened to number in and she took one look at my resume. Looked at me and we just. We had a conversation and by the end of that conversation. She told me to come back the next day to what to wear. And what to bring. And that was that that was the beginning of me and my mizouni family and in the midst of that i had been there. Probably three months and was just focused on working. And being there. In absorbing everything that that i could i met people from stars restaurant chef jeremiah tower in. I'll never forget. My roommate was working at stars at the time. And she said they've seen you as like who's seeing the. What are you talking about jeremiah. Brian and they all senior and they really like you and they come into the restaurant in you take care of them and they want you to work stars and i was like what. And she's like yeah. And i said well i mean i guess i'll check it out. I mean i really like working in l. At to me so i went in for a couple days at at stars and really liked it and i said but you know i really liked for faces and may i work at both restaurants which you know. Chefs are very territorial and and They told me yes in. So i did that for years as long as i could or could both restaurants and two completely different experiences but still remember within all of this. I'm i'm learning. I'm loving it. But i still had not thought of this as something for myself and as for myself. It wasn't until after i'd met the rather keller at stars who left and opened her own restaurant at these new and i left stars and went to go and work for her and after a timer being there she needed a in a wind director. And that's how that started. Cheese looked at me and said i need help. You can do this. And i'm giving you the program. And i'm like what would i mean i i've never and she's like it's fine. You can do it. You're the first person everyone asks about any wine questions raw chances are they ask you. You've already had it. You know the history behind the wine and all of that you can do this. And that's how. I got my first somalia gig and that is how that started and i never looked back. It was really Really fantastic to to have people that saw something in you and and mentored you if there was a piece or a part that you didn't understand all you had to do was asked and there was another person there to lift you up an elevate you in help you with that information. And that's how things worked for me. And that is what. I try to emulate within my own experiences with people and people will come in out of your life. Some will stay there. Some will be gone and leading but they leave that peace in that part that will forever resonate with you and and be with you. You know for the entirety of your life your career. I really love how you've taken the journey of the mentorship you received and having recognized that and now being able to be at a point in your career where you can do that yourself to for so many people in so many ways not just through oversee being on the floor and being in the restaurant but also through wine unify batter nash. For like it's just such a beautiful synergy of the things you've experienced in the things that you're now giving to the industry mistake to do it on a larger scale. Now i know and remembering that it's all in bite size pieces in. It doesn't have to be this lawn long drawn out thing. It could be having a conversation with someone five minutes cup of coffee cup of tea. A glass of wine a bottle of wine and within that.
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"Are rolodex of memories. And that's how wine shows up when you put your nose in a glass you swirl and you smell it activates everything that's there and all sorts of things proper some people it's colors for some people. It's you know fruit smell in earth organic smell for some people. It's memory for all for some people. It's all of that right so yeah. I completely agree. It's interesting. I love the way you talk about that. Like the idea of. Yeah it's not just about what you smell but you might see colors and like i come from an architectural background. So i'm very spatial. So i see in a very special way. They they have shape for me. And i was talking to nadine brown in an episode recently. About how tasting notes aren't necessarily always useful because you don't necessarily have the same cultural background or someone. They may not share the the sense memory that you have in order to describe wines and that actually what we should be doing is finding other ways to talk and communicate about wine finding a new language in order to describe wines so not just with kind of fruit tasting notes but also with describing wines with experiences and relating them to experiences and stories. I complete even into that. I think that's how people relate to wine anyway. But i think they don't say it because they think it's incorrect because that is not what we've been taught in so for me. I've always thrown out the window. And i kind of i've always. I've always done my own big. And so now i'm. I'm happy that everyone else's is speaking up and being vocal about that because i've always written my own tasting notes and i've always encouraged my staff and whomever i'm working with to do the same because my experience their experience is not going to be the same going to be something different. You know just my. My whole philosophy was running program in running. The floor is is very different. I will never bring something into the restaurant or put it on the list that is not going to be understood by those that are in the building and working on the floor and selling side by side with me. So i am a firm believer of giving some lime something to reference. And so if you've never had experienced ever tasted that variety before our varietals within that category you don't know we have no idea and so it has always made more sense to me to present that to people i take litmus test and see how it makes sense to them and then how many people does it resonate with how many people understanding get it and understand where it falls within the wine program. Everything that's coming out of the kitchen does resonate with them. If i don't have enough you know percentage of that then that means i have to make the decision of okay am i gonna put it on and bring it on anyway and realize that it's going to be a hansel favorite in that category for me and over time you realize and you figure out how many of those are categories in our. Can i have and be viable still for the life of the program and the blindness. So i did actually it. That's that's a perfect connotation. Because i wanted to ask you a little bit about your list. Because and it does feature many wines made by women by colored winemakers and you don't mark this on your list and the winds very much speak for themselves and i wondered if this is also kind of clever tactic because it allows you to speak to a customer or client directly about the story of the wine rather than having them make an assumption based on like a note about the wine on the list and it's interesting because having worked in the industry for so long i had had all sorts of wine lists. I have had lists where there were categories. I had wine lists that you know. Have descriptions of what's coming. You know before you and i think that over time i realized that it's about what's in the bottle not about who is produced or made it and after having numerous conversations with why makers of color and female winemakers. I came to the conclusion that it's about. What's in the bottle and we don't want some wine to have a bias. When they're looking at the wine lists are trying to discover something to add to their experience. I would much rather act that experience in a way that is going to be helpful and memorable because we are creating memories. We are creating memories. You know that's what that's what wine does a new still much wind out there need by produced by so many fantastic in wonderful People but i also see it as a way to Get people into the mode storytelling as well because every bottle of wine is a story in itself. It's that's what it is and so an. It's not meant to be a sales tactic or anything like that. It is what it is. It's it's a story in. It's a living greeding. You know organism. I also see is art. Yeah i was gonna ask you about that because this is the. I came across on your website that you talk about events that combine the two sir listeners. A little bit about that. Because i was super intrigued cell..
"pitts" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"Of adam. Dave jamie benn the most exciting tight end prospect in years. We've got a guy. Tj hopkinson who put his team in targets. We've got mark andrews looking for a bit of a bounceback season even though it was a fairly strong season on a team that says it's going to throw more. Of course we have those big three at at the top and we've got tight end ranking say updated tight end rankings after the nfl draft on thursday may sixth jamie Happy right to be with you. Be with you. He's the guinea mexican food yesterday. I had nachos for dinner last night homemade nachos or you went out and got him no the we had nachos tacos and it was all at home okay. Great i'm happy. We're able to celebrate and thanks so much for tuning in everybody. It's been a fun week. And updating the rankings. Tomorrow we have one more show for the week and that would be a mailbag plus Some of our favorite mid round picks today at the tight end rankings. I'm going to start out with a few quick notes for you here. Tell me what you think so last year. Well let's go back to two thousand. Nineteen i two thousand. Nineteen mark andrews. Who for many people is going to be number. Four for some number five mark andrews ord in terms of per game scoring. he would have been wide receiver. Twenty two in non. Pr wide receiver twenty-eight npr. That's excellent but last year. He was wide receiver. Thirty eight and non pr wide receiver. Forty npr tj. Hopkinson was wide receiver this per game scoring one for fifty six in non pr and wide receiver. Fifty one npr. So he's if these guys can't even be better than wide receiver forty. They're not worth a top fifty pick are they. I mean i don't know what tight end. Tin was compared to the wide receiver class. But like part of the whole thing for chavez. Kelsey george kittle. And darren waller in the first couple of rounds is not necessarily. They're going to score more fantasy points in all the wide receivers and running backs. Were drafting them. Ahead of its the advantages. They have over their position. In part of it is the advantage over guys like hopkinson and andrews that middling group of tight ends but also. It's the fact that a third of the league is going to try to get be guessing each week. Which tied in the waiver wire is going to score a touchdown because third league's just going to have terrible production where they score four points. So they score a touchdown. So i still think like definitely if you're in the wide receiver thirty range you're worth the top fifty pick a wide receiver fifty range. No but hopefully hodgkinson's going to be better than he was last year. Okay but why are you said. Thirty year with a top fifty pick right and has been twenty two and thirty eight. So in non pr. He's been twenty eight and forty in pr. So yeah so you need him to get back to that. Twenty nine thousand nine level but also jamie talk about the balance of sacrificing fantasy points at a different position to get that positional advantage tight in. So if you're thinking about taking mark andrews let's say at the end of row. When are we talking about yesterday's draft. Shar he's when did you take mark andrews i pick around four okay. Thirty seventh overall then and Who were the say. So yeah good wide receivers going there. I'm sure just going to pull up the draft. Sorry about that but jamie you can have the results. Who did you take a wide. Receiver went right after mark. Answers their receivers that went after mark andrews where alan robinson adam feeling mike evans dj. More robert. woods..
"pitts" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today Podcast
"All right. Let's have fun here with. Kyle pits blank will select kyle pits right. I think it's the falcons. I mean friscos. Been talking about this for some time. He doesn't think that the falcons are gonna take a quarterback he thinks arthur blank is all in on on matt ryan for another year to have a new coach and the new general manager. And here's the thing like if you trade down four. And i suspect it'll be teams interested in trading up to four to get whether it's trae lance macaroni justin fields. If you're the falcons if you move down if you move down you're not getting cockpits. That's just the end the conversation because either the bengals. The dolphins entertainment five or six and presumably. You're not trading with those teams already have quarterbacks. So that's the math you're doing and if you're not getting likely to march as we saw a report on monday for peter king that maybe julio jones could be moved with which seems crazy what they need a cap space Could you turn down for. Cornerback if the falcons you could but again what gives you more value in terms of making that football team better. I think it's how pet. So if i'm the falcons and i'm not taking justin feels matteo's trae lands i'm sampling. Taking cup pits. Janssen the blank blank. We'll take pets. I think it's it's atlanta. But i also be surprised if the team traded up with the falcons maybe even take pits like ryan saying you know the train up to the quarterback but you know teams fall in love your dallas. You know thousand the four but you know if a team really loves him that much and it's hard not to love that much than you could see. Maybe a team being overly aggressive. I think it was on On the nfl network this morning on good morning football there was a segment that they do with the giants traded up. You know. I don't know who is doing the job. Esau just a screen grab of it on twitter but the giants gave their first or second ebony ingram and something else to move up to four to get pits and it was you know something that on paper make some sense but you know. Obviously something is not likely to happen but still i would say it's four is where he goes. But the falcons do make some sense especially they decided we want from me jonesing. Another playmaker