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South Carolina vs. LSU Football Preview

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:38 min | Last month

South Carolina vs. LSU Football Preview

"Certainly one of the most eagerly anticipated games of the day tomorrow night in Baton Rouge between South Carolina and Lsu. Castaneda joining us from down there Quin. Thank you very very much. Appreciate the time, and it looks like a weather. Is An issue for what's going on down there right now? Well, just for the moment I'm across the street Tiger Stadium's to my left in their facility straight across the street I'm about to record up and advancer for tomorrow and had a little lightening. got. Dark severe winds and pouring but you can see the nicer weather up on the horizon. So things should be back to normal about ten minutes. We'll good because. That is a place that doesn't need Louisiana does not need any more bad weather. Quinn let's talk a little bit before we get to the game just about your job this year it's different I'm sure. A lot of zoom calls a lot of unusual situations caused by the pandemic. How would you describe the the obvious difference between this and every other year you've been on the sidelines for ESPN and ABC. Well, it's taken a lot of the fun out of it taken a lot of the things that I enjoyed get on campus to meet with the coaches to talk to the strength coaches just to get a vibe for how that team's doing and you learn so much whether it's Roman down the hallway and talking to a tight ends coach or bumping into a recruiting intern about video, they just paint so so that. Part of my investigation is is far less exciting. This year there's no social aspects in terms of our TV crew, our TV team so it's just zooms and when I'm on the road I'm the only one here are our broadcast crew will will broadcast this from Bristol. I'm the only one here. So I kind of treat this like I'm a spy, I don't touch anything I talked to strangers and I couldn't. quit. There's always a challenge on the sidelines especially. When there is weather but is it any or how different is it i? Guess I'm trying to ask dealing with the crew. Fifteen hundred miles away or maybe longer or farther right upstairs nothing you can see them but you at least know that they were seeing the same thing you're seeing. Yeah there's a little bit of a time delay in the audio so it can be anywhere from two seconds four seconds. So I've been on a crew with Jason Bonetti and Rod Gilmore. The last couple years Mike spent hot the whole game this year I've changed crews almost every week, and because we're doing it remotely. They can't have my mic on because we'd be talking over each other. So we do it old school and I'll talk to the producer I talked back and say, Hey, after the third down, play I wanNA talk about upon her coming out for hey, if they make a first down here I want to talk about how they're tight ends doing a great job so. Do it old school and go through the go through the producer in the in the remote truck. In order in order to get on air whereas in the past I could just talk and we were seamless. Clean on the sidelines I mean to say the least there are restrictions what are they and how much do you have to tiptoe around? It's really not bad. I mean we won I. Did a game not they actually made me call the game from the stands in the front row was good seat but I really couldn't get a feel for what was going on on the benches since then they've just widened appalled widen areas it's actually easier now because there's less hangers on, there's less alums, there's less NFL scouts until the sidelines are vacant and it makes my job a lot easier. I also feel pretty secure in that the players and coaches have all been tested recently as recently as Friday or Saturday morning. So I, feel good in that regard So it's actually almost easier less fans less crowds more space. Speaking of testing. How often do you have to be tested? we test once a week it's either an ad home test, and then you mail it in test results come back in about thirty six hours or it's an onsite tasks on a Thursday afternoon then you quarantine. And then Friday, they released you so so far knock on wood six for six negative tests. That would be Kinda. Nerve wracking you show up at a game and you have to sweat it out and you hope you don't get a a Nick Sabin positive. Let's talk about the game because. It's a really interesting game. Let's start with South Carolina just your. As I know you do gather as much information as you can you probably would like to. Be Able to gather more in person but. Your impressions of what you've seen to them and and what you expect. Well they beat Auburn as you know, and they got the three turnovers and converted those in touchdowns. My issue was South Carolina's they're operating an offense with very limited downfield wide receiver threats shy Smith is a natural slot receiver. Colin Hill is is working Mike, Lobos offense efficiently and their offensive line in running backs or carrying the day. Okay. That's with this team is I'm not sure they're ever going to be a high scoring team defensively they're really good corners who can shut you down they add to the box so. I think South Carolina given that Lsu has a freshman quarterback. I'm leaning towards them having some success defensively in this ball game. So I kinda like Carolina's ability to negate lsu with a freshman quarterback but Carolina's physical they're tough. They're not nothing flashy about him and I think big plays are hard for them I. Think they have to manufacture find ways to manufacturer big plays but I think this team is definitely moving in the right direction I. Think they've improved each week. And the other side of that you alluded to the quarterback situation team that has struggled mightily on defense quarterback play has been pretty good I. Know I know it's impossible to gauge because we don't really have a lot of information but. What have you what have you been able to learn about where they are right now? Yet, teach gets the start a freshman Ponchatoula high school. He's gigantic six, six, two, hundred and forty two pounds nets down from to sixty s a big toll righty and you watch his high school tapes just drops in the pocket and he conflict the ball and it goes forty yards without him even trying he seems like he's calm. He's Louisiana product of this dream for him the ADRENALIN will be running. Also expect to see, Max? Johnson. The son of NFL, quarterback Brad Johnson a lefty also tall but more of a dual threat and when you think about calling the game around a freshman quarterback making his first start, you know any kind of run game would be beneficial and to put the quarterback in successful positions. Early in the game, get him hit but but get a couple first downs give him some easy throws and I think that'll be on the mind of lsu going to be a little more conservative game plan I'd. Imagine. You know he's got targets downfield terrace Marshall their running game I thought was anemic Missouri game that was the most disappointing part of the game in my eyes Missouri was without three defensive tackles in that game and Lsu had no running game whatsoever good news for the Tigers to get Ed Ingram back at left guard. But this is an offense through the air with Miles Brennan that's been outstanding. But now you've got a new freshman quarterback. So expectations drop again, I'm seeing a little bit more of a lower scoring game here. In Clinton's you've seen them. The. Biggest used on defense. Would give. Horrible And coach today sentence embarrassing. Alignment. Very, often they're they're moving at a snap making checks that is when the coverage changes on the fly because of emotion because of formation change that has been a dismal day of given up big play after big play against Mississippi State, it was more catching and run the air raid defense was was atrocious quite honestly continued to play man defense got shredded by crossing patterns but I was at the Mizzou game and That game was defined by busts. I mean just blatant bus where I got him. No you got to I got you got him guys wide open touchdown in the running game. Their linebackers are not playing physical. They're not playing north not playing north. They're not getting to the line of scrimmage and engaging blockers to waiting for runners they're missing tackles remember the tyler beatty runs Missouri fiscally untouched broke attack Lens. Gone So. Those are the headlines here new quarterbacks for Lsu and a defense that has had no answers.

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UK moving forward with megatrial for coronavirus treatments

Science Magazine Podcast

08:19 min | 5 months ago

UK moving forward with megatrial for coronavirus treatments

"A UK mega trial designed. Test Treatments Cove Nineteen Haikai Sarah. We're talking about the UK's It's called the recovery trial and it hasn't differences with other ongoing trials of drugs for Corona virus. What are some of the big differences with recovery? The main difference in some senses said it's a really really big trial they have. More than two thousand patients now. In an outbreak like this if you really want to have really good clear, robust result, one of the most important things to include a lot of people to get a really strong signal of secrecy, that's something that recovery has been able to do, and really no other trial in the world has been able to get those patients numbers. This isn't a UK. And the United Kingdom has a lot of cases for its size. Is that one of the reasons that this trial has been success? Yeah, absolutely I mean if they didn't have that many. Many patients in the first place of today wouldn't be able to enroll that many patients some of the people I've talked to so for instance one of the scientists. He's from Norway. He was saying. The recovery trial is really successful in the sense that one in six patients that goes to UK hospital with Kobe nineteen ends up in the trial. Well, you can kinda wonder why they managed to include that many patients. One reason is that they have the National Health Service all the hospitals took part in that and the top doctors in the. The Nation wrote a letter to all the hospitals and all the staff. Saying you know here are the three trials that we want to prioritize in. Please try to include patients in these trials. If you can, so that's kind of how they they ended up with those huge patient numbers in the first place that allowed them to in a very short time. Get some some answers as a result of having all these patients enrolled and kind of coordination at the national level for recovery. They've seen a lot of results in a short time can. Can you talk about some of the drugs? They've been able to either give a thumbs up to or thumbs down to I one. That was a really big deal. Was the hydroxy chloroquine arm of the study so much has been set written about hydro or Quin, banning a lot of that was based on trials, either with very few patients or trials obsessional, so whether patients were randomized to either get hydroxy chloroquine or a different drug or placebo, but basically looked in retrospect and compared how patients did who got hydroxy in patients who didn't? The recovery trial date has the best data we have for civilian patients being treated with hydroxy chloroquine, and they didn't see a significant difference in how the hydroxy chloroquine group did versus suspended care. Group And they put that out in a press release, and within a few days, a lot of other trials that were ongoing that would clearly not have stronger results were ended. I wouldn't say it's quite the end of that drugstore quance Saga Probably, but certainly mocked the attorney on. And on the other side of the roster here we have a drug that actually help patients that were in the hospital, so that sex method zone. It's a steroid drug that's also been known for a long time quite cheap. It's widely available, so it's really nice drug to be shown to be effective against covid nineteen. There's been a lot of debate from the beginning about how much of the severe illness at the end in patients is really the overreaction of the immune system, and that's of course where the steroid drugs attack the pathogenesis really so they can have damp and. And Immune System, and the hope is that that will mean that that the symptoms of patients will be severe and people are more likely to survive, and then that turned out to be the case I mean they. They found that mortality when one third in patients that received accent medicine. That was really the first big randomized trial in this outbreak that showed a clear difference in mortality, the national. Health Service within hours after the result was announced, changed its standard of care to include some episode. This is pretty surprising. These aren't peer reviewed results. These are press release results. Yes. That's been a huge point of contention. There's just kind of tension inherent in this fast-moving pandemic between you know having really robust results in getting them out there as fast as possible and I talked at length with Martin Landry, one of the principal investigators of the about it his argument. Is You kind of get? The baseline results I. You can look at the data and see okay. There is a difference in mortality and might be some changes in the percentages, but nothing major, but then there's a lot of other data that you want to put in the paper that takes some. Some more work, so his argument was. This is an important resulted to change the outcome of patients right now so let's put it out and then try to get the paper out as soon as possible. After that in the paper ended up coming out I think seven days after the results. Yeah, it's a bit of a wild west. Now place is different. Hospitals have different standards of care like in the US. A lot of hospitals are using convalescent plasma. This is a blood product from a person has recovered from cove nineteen and they're using that to treat patients in the hospital. But convalescent plasma hasn't been subjected to the same level of scrutiny at the same level of evidence has been obtained. You know for that as a deck of Methadone the drug. We just talked about right and I. Mean that's the two points though that I find really interesting and one is. If you're going to give patients these drugs, anyway, you might as well be using that to generate data that then shows whether the drug works said they aren't collecting data on these treatments, so they are collecting data, very. Very. Often right, the problem is I. Mean it does back to what I was saying about randomized patients, you can treat patients with something and then say okay. We're collecting a lot of data and we'LL GONNA look back at how the patients did that. Receive Drug and how patients did that didn't but there's a hierarchy of evidence and really in that hierarchy a randomized trial just because it gets rid of all the bias season, who would receive a drug or not otherwise so everyone? I talked to really agree. Agree that we need in this particular situation that's condemning when you want to see as fast as possible whether a drug has a big effect on the hard outcome like do people die or do they survive what you need, a large randomized trials, and when you ask people why they do, it also goes back to what you were saying. A lot of people said when they tried to convince doctors to take part. The doctor say well, but I have a good feeling I think. I know what works, right. Right maybe I mean doctors sometimes willing to accept a lower standard of evidence to guide their decisions. It then becomes very difficult to get to that higher level of evidence because to do that. You need to accept that half of your patients are not going to receive whatever you believe to be the most useful. That's inherent tension in the whole enduring these kinds of trials when you have some observational data already, but you don't really have the kind of strong data that let's say with confidence. Okay, this worse. I'm here in the US. We have many many cases, but there isn't this sized patient group being randomized. Is that because of what we just talked about, or is it more a lack of coordination? The US has done one big trial though the National Institutes of health the first. Study that was a randomized placebo controlled trial that included a lot of patients. And did give a robust result didn't really see a difference in mortality, but it showed that patients receive from severe. Stay in hospital for a short time period. Why haven't more trials like that I? Think it is a lack of coordination. You can argue that the whole response in the US to this virus has been marked by lack of ordination, and then, of course it does help when you have certain structures in place so again. The National Health Service in the UK with all of these hospitals. Part of this National Health Service. Of course, it makes it a lot easier. You put in place this one structure, one ethical board, and then you kind of do it from there while if you have to piece together coalition. Coalition of different hospitals and different investigators, it becomes a little bit more complicated. I think right, but given the the sheer amount of cases, the US has had i. mean certainly data could have been generated that would have informed both the US and the rest of the world a lot better about what works what doesn't.

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"quin" Discussed on Conversations

Conversations

04:40 min | 6 months ago

"quin" Discussed on Conversations

"To the other, and it was just a early morning in mid March. Yeah, it, could you see the sun is the son of at this point it? Sun's just beginning. Twilight. As. It's just beginning to come up and get light, and that's the magic hour for don courses is the hour before sunrise and an hour after right in there, and just everything awakens, and when the sun actually comes up and hits the canopy and sort of filters down to the other under story, the forest it really is hearing everything come to live so wonderful affirmation of life I'm here real at a resonance here as well so it seems like it's echoing off. The walls of something or How that's just that the forest where we were sort of modulated and Haley. But yeah the American writer throw, who did Walden referred to echo as the voice of the forest from his writings. Walden is so beautiful poetic evocation of place. Have you worn out your ears with all this? Listening to you have tinnitus or with thankfully thankfully you know I. Did your the see the WHO in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty three, and that was a head, banging ear, cleaning, experience, a great concert, but both been fortunate, but also very guarded about my hearing, so that's my council to everybody. Take Good Care of you hearing because he only one set of ears. And finally just tell me about this directive. Sound Pace. You've made called. Paradise has aw. Current project. This is ongoing with A. Wonderful Collaborator Lorne Covington so we've built gesture instrument meaning that using connects cameras that you use for gaming like we and things like that we can do motion capture, and so you not only trigger sounds, but through both individual and collective motion you morph them. Change them. Send them around a space so Kinda soon see A. Changing Palette sounds I've put in thousands of sounds from my recordings of nature so mostly wildlife sounds again creating a virtual paradise paradise. The word actually means an animal enclosure, but we've made it into something else. This ideal place in our minds, and how do suggest you create springs on the sound brings on the sound, and then as you move, sounds can move with you. You or you can repel them and send them to another place. When you work with another person, you're doing this together and you're changing the sound together, so it might sound big and spacious as you pull apart, and when you come together, it'll close in and follow you, so it's just a wonderful way to animate the senses and make you feel like you're in this. Place, that is somewhat real but surreal. A instruction to give people before they go in a little bit, because part of the fun for us is as people discover their own agency, and that's the mirror to society in general a sense of agency when it comes to environmental and conservation issues, it says like you tricking them into dancing in your paradise. Oh, I am. A dance of life, yes. To speak with you Doug and thank you so much, thanks. Richard Pleasure to be here. You've been listening to a podcast of conversations with Richard Fidler. For more conversations interviews, please go to the website ABC. Dot Net au Sush.

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The 'Brilliant Asshole' Who Almost Blew Up Coinbase

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

06:36 min | 6 months ago

The 'Brilliant Asshole' Who Almost Blew Up Coinbase

"I wanted to tell the story of Crypto. There's other bitcoin books out there. Of course but I wanted to make a successful to a broader audience people in finance academia so it is sort of plain English narrative of the story of Coin Base to tell the larger story of CRYPTO and how Wall Street Silicon Valley are coming closer together and it also includes a lot of gossip about the early days of Crypto the infighting in the world of Crypto and also just how they pulled it off to my my thesis Queen Basis basically becoming the crypto version of J. P. Morgan. They're going to be a bank one day and I wanted to tell the evolution of how that came to be and in the course of the evolution. What would you say were the biggest turning points I think the story of Crypto. Forgive me I'm GonNa ask the question. Broadly at first the larger story of CRYPTO. I think our biggest challenge is to go from being sort of a subculture of tech people who are passionate about it to something that can be embraced by everyone and I think they're getting there slowly and I think coin base has played a big role in that. I think by trying to walk the legal line if help to mainstream at so. That's I think but in terms of specific turning points I think the funding rounds obviously and I think just their success building highly usable APP and and also I think just sort of winning over enough mainstream people is what was one of the tipping points because the other thing I discovered in reporting the book allot people don't like is very much in terms of the old school. Crypto people. Because they're like you know not your coins not your keys and I understand that position but the thesis. I think I try to make is that. There's room enough for both camps. You're a hard core stored only on your wallet. That's fine nothing stopping you and I think coin base has bringing in millions more. Bitcoin buyers has helped build. Ecosystems that crypto general concerns and part of the reason people object to coin as holding people's keys and the fact that it goes against that. Not Your keys not your coins. Ethos is that it really puts the onus of security on a centralized place which makes that also an attractive honeypot for attackers so in terms of security which basically was pretty much of the utmost priority for coin base. How did that go for them? I think a tidbit. I revealed my book. You know. 'cause coins likes to boast. They've never been hacked. That's not actually true in the early days when there was five them because Charlie and Brian Federalism in a couple of other folks People one of their outside vendors dead did get in and robbed their hot wallets. The of tune of two hundred fifty thousand dollars can't remember how many bitcoin to was the time it was a lot. This was long time ago. Of course this was like twenty thirteen or twenty fourteen. But you know that's something I uncovered in the reporting so that coin base is very secured has a good reputation but they haven't been infallible. That's for sure and another time when it seemed that coin base was at odds with the broader crypto community was during the bitcoin block size debate. What is your take on? How coin be handled? That said at your excellent article on the big blockers versus small blockers of Twenty fifteen in two thousand sixteen. And you know I mean I confess. I had some sympathy for coin based in that because this will probably not make me very popular but I find a lot of the more ideological people in crypto sort of tribal and I don't think Brian helped himself. Because I think he wrote a blog posts saying you're mature and stuff you know win over people that way So I think there's fault on both sides but at the same time I think. A lot of the crypto believers beloved crypto. They love Bitcoin but can also shoot themselves to foot foot a little bit by making it. Such a sort of subculture insiders group that if they keep up. That attitude crypto cannot go mainstream. Because it's just you unapproachable from a social technological point of view so I do have some sympathy for For Brian in the coins crew in that way and as you kind of alluded to earlier coin base has had a tricky line to walk. Which is that. They've been trying to comply with regulation while also serving. This broader Crypto community which does contain more libertarian elements also has its origins safer punk movement. How would you say coin? Base has Navigate those waters. Well I mean you know Crypto has also you know skirted regulatory lines a few times. No thing I bring up to the book to is the early days with when they thought this is sort of funny. Actually because apple didn't allow crypto trading on their apps once upon a time so Brian FEDOR SIM decided to gio fence. Cupertino which is sort of funny so that meant that anyone in Cupertino would not be able to trade or by sell on the APP and of course. Cupertino were apple's quality check. Engineers are so that was a clever half. The meanwhile everyone else was trading as far as apple could tell people couldn't trade and of course they got caught named kicked out of the apple store for the year so that was sort of funny and then more seriously. I think Silicon Valley Bank which is one of the few entities that will bank tech crypto companies. They got cold feet after think. Frederickson did a presentation explaining how. Bitcoin could be used to skirt sanctions. He wasn't suggesting it he was just describing it because you know bitcoin of courses decentralized but at that point Silicon Valley Bank. Toss Them House coin. Basis a customer which is is very serious antioch because we don't have a bank. It's hard to carry on so a Quin base. Certainly made his missteps then but since I think they've done a better job of through walking the line and that raises another interesting point though by complying with US regulations which I think many crypto correctly say or too onerous that opened the door for finance to start running circles around them. And I think that's was. An is a very interesting story. The Nimble ability of finance to build what they want and operate the way they want to and coin based became bureaucratic as a result of having to comply with regulations and culturally to I think they busted out of that bed when it brought Balaj shrimp in on but I think you know the the thing is a mixed blessing for them. It's helped them become mainstream but it's also impeded their ability to

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Asifa Lahore: Coming Out Stories

Coming Out Stories

08:18 min | 8 months ago

Asifa Lahore: Coming Out Stories

"Didn't always believed I was female. I When I hit puberty I kinda realize I was attracted to boys and I guess the time because like trans visibility was so low. I mean I go there. I'm chatting about like the late ninety. S I didn't see any trans people around me born and bred London. So I do not see Trans people around me so gay. People just assumed that I was gay. And did you articulate it to anybody? Then those people that you were gay. Did you ever commit your family's Life Gordon? I obviously like I'm from British Muslim background My parents are from Pakistan. And I'm proud of those identities but when I was growing up I felt really conflicted and I felt like I couldn't be myself and coming out was good. It was never on the table. It was one thing that I don't think I would have. I feel the time I'd never have the courage to tell my parents about me. Being who I am boy what. What did you feel the reaction would be? I think at the time I just assumed that they wouldn't understand. They wouldn't understand because Number one in like my mother languages of Job Like there's no word for gay Although I knew of at the time you obviously know that you know the word gay exists the word lesbian bisexual but in my own languages I have no idea how to say it and the other thing I thought obviously was religion would play a part of growing up inherently knew that it was wrong to be gay but I didn't know why but I just knew it was wrong. Say I just kind of didn't tell anyone so were you actively going to the mosque researching involved in pro. Yes I mean throughout my life. I've I wouldn't class myself. As someone who's like staunch by the book Muslim many people would consider me very bad in the sense that you know. I don't pray five times a day. I'm lucky if I make the the mosque. Once a week fostering down I give to charity. I believe in Gods but many people would consider me quite a liberal Muslim. Shall we say so as a child who busy going to the most can not having this conversation presumably some point you came around and you know what I've got the strength and this is the right time to hardshell. Ticky light it until more star gay. Yeah and I'll tell you exactly when it was so I sort of came out in two stages as gay one was when my younger sister found my diary I was sixteen. She was ten and she came to me and she said look. I know I've been reading a diary and I was like she had found out. I tell me about sister really sneak into my room but yes. She basically kind of confirmed somebody known minds. I live shows. I look. I'm cool with it. Just turns out MOM and dad because they're not going to understand that and because a lot of trouble so Kensington myself and it was only when I was like twenty two twenty three and I was at university. And that's when I kind of came out and all hell broke loose. And what's so? Obviously my mom and dad did not understand what it was to be gay I thought maybe there was something you know something wrong with me sexually in the sense that maybe. I don't know I remember. My Dad asking me was. Is there anything wrong with your quin or something or having right but I am discussing so many like personal things with your mom and dad is like cranes sit down conversation in the front room talk in the front room in my bedroom? It was me my mom and my dad. I don't think they wanted anyone else to hear what was going on. But they ended up basically taking me to like the local. Gp IN THEIR WORLD. They thought okay. There is something medically wrong here. Obviously like the doctor who again was from an Asian background in his sixties really stood up for me and he said look You know there's nothing that I can prescribe your son and I understand the struggles and the challenges around like culture and religion. But this is something you're going to have to deal with as family so I was then taken to the mosque and I ended up discussing so many things with my mom including like though a few things on the table one was celibacy which was never going to happen. I mean that boy I mean I was not going to tell my folks and my community that I wasn't a virgin but I wasn't but you actually discussed this with the Emma Lee. Yeah I mean Celibacy was quiet. It was like if you remain Saliba and you know you don't have same sex relationships you'll be fine. You know that was. That was never ever going to happen. The second thing that was really put on the table was marriage to a female. And the idea that if you marry then it will kill you like. Oh you haven't had sex with a woman once you're married and you have sex and you have. Children is Kinda like that side of you. Will you'll forget side of you like it. Won't it won't have happened so you must have felt very isolated insensitive. Nobody understood what you really go. Through a yeah. I felt super isolated. I mean my gay friends did not really understand. They will allow you just reject. Until why don't you just leave family and my Muslim friends obviously did not really know about me. I mean I I was living like double life and under that pressure at the time of sort of coming out. I felt like a really dark depression on. I ended up agreeing to like Marriage to like my first cousin in Pakistan and I was in that engagement for good six months. Did you meet this play around my cousin like when I was young on on frequent trips to Pakistan there was a period of my life like in my early teenage years. I lived him back some for for years. So you know I knew her and We were always good friends but you know when this whole she bang happened. It kind of felt like into really dog depression. I knew it was only when you know I I was put in touch with like lgbt charities in London where I began getting counseling. I'm where I began getting support I began meeting other gay Muslims and other LGBT Asian people. And I kid you not emma up until that point I really believed I was the only Asian Games village really really really I did. And that's a hard place to be really really hard because I kind of like felt like I was like a soldier at the time. Battening everything on my own. And you can't like he contact all these things on your own all these issues and it's only when I kind of felt like okay. I've found my people I've found my tribe. I went back to like my mom and dad and I said look. I'm not going through with this. I'm definitely gay. You know I'm not going to be forced into marriage to my female cousin and although you know my mom and dad will okay fine. There's nothing we can. No one can be forced to do this. It did Craig quite rift in the family because my first cousin is such a close relationship and stop me like going to Pakistan for such a long time because I was kind of a bit of a bit scared ashamed a bit like why did I you know why did I do that. Did she. Accept it did her family except in the end at the time but years later like you know one side come out and once I'd gone once I'd like established a successful career once I was out out to the world and once I went back to Pakistan like a good ten years after the incident they understood. Then

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Jazz withstand Detroit rallies in 111-105 win

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Jazz withstand Detroit rallies in 111-105 win

"The jazz blow twenty two point lead but come back to beat the pistons one eleven one oh five William Bogdanovich tallied a game high thirty two and Donovan Mitchell added twenty five to help Utah win its fifth straight the jazz open up a forty seven twenty five late in the second quarter and led comfortably until the pistons made their move late in the third to tie it at seventy nine in the fourth Utah responded with an eighteen to run to regain control and wrap up a four no road trip jazz head coach Quin Snyder anytime you get a lead it's it's something you got to be focused on keeping you know NBA games there's lots of lots of big leads that changed hands and for us to respond the way we did was a really good thing the jazz improved to forty and twenty two Danny captives right

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Bernie Sanders slams Joe Biden on trade before Michigan rally in Detroit

NPR News Now

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

Bernie Sanders slams Joe Biden on trade before Michigan rally in Detroit

"Bernie Sanders is campaigning across Michigan. This weekend the state with the most delegates available in Tuesday's democratic primaries Quin Kleinfeld her of member station W. d. e. DT reports sanders is fighting to regain momentum. After Joe Biden Super Tuesday victories Bernie Sanders surprise win. Over Hillary Clinton in Michigan's primary four years ago jumpstarted his campaign now sanders again enters Michigan trailing arrival this time Joe Biden but sanders says working families in Michigan. Know Him and his record far better this time around. They know that I did everything I could to defeat. Disastrous trade agreements like NAFTA and Joe Biden's supported those agreements which ended up costing US millions of good paying jobs. Decimated areas like Detroit Michigan while Sanders is focusing on Michigan Biden campaigning and other states holding primaries next week and waiting until the day before the election on Tuesday to hold events

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From immersion camps to podcasts: Innovation attracts new Indigenous language speakers

Unreserved

08:30 min | 9 months ago

From immersion camps to podcasts: Innovation attracts new Indigenous language speakers

"I've just arrived at Nikki Osborne Kong. It's an initial language and culture camp located in the woods north of Elliot Lake in Northern Ontario. About two and a half hours outside of submarine. The name means village of Thunder Mountain in Schnabel. Someone started in June two thousand seventeen to create a lance base camp to give youth in others an opportunity to share their language while learning traditional. And this not be activities like harvesting medicine and food in creating art artists Christi Belcourt and Isaac Murdoch created the project with funding coming from grassroots initiatives throughout the year people speaking this shop emlyn while making Maple Syrup. Tanning deer hides and more gathering sap wobble not the global yes to South Yemen and so Naro B. A. B. I'm quite thing. Sapper after taking the state which features ceremonial lodges dining cabin gardens residences. And more I sat in on a language. Chat Mary Elizabeth Guan's and Linda to our elders from the communities of crime calling and Segma- including me was is a language learner from Serpent River first nation. I started by asking Quinn about what it means to spend time at Osborne. Kananga go Each and everything that we know we're doing here is Get your piece ten dogwood. I guess it's important. They you know so you know me as well so You know I think it's really important that you know we. People have an opportunity to learn language Sometimes outside of the classroom as well so you know doing a lot of lands base stuff. I think is really cool Learning about you know how you can tie in space activities and learning and kind of a lot of the vocabulary with it. You know often You know is is something that we want to document. You know we feel. It's very important. You know wanting a place where language and culture ten be practiced all the time. Not just one conference here. One event there but somewhere that is just continuously practiced and you know encouraged right so and for you. Why is it important to work on the language into speak it and to make sure there's a place where Well for me as I started to learn my kind of whole worldview started to change you know how I understand my relationship to one another how understanding my relationship to the land. You know my responsibility to kind of you know my relatives to the land and you know to those that are not here yet right. It really kind of grounded. Me In my Niche Nabi entity money. What do you think about Young people who are on this journey to connect with their language. That's a great thing to do and I really appreciate appreciate them speaking the language. I think it's important that they should learn the language. What do you think about happened to the language over the generations with people becoming disconnected with it? I think that's because they didn't want their children to be to be left alone. Left behind like click. The late they did with the I don't want to speak about Residential School. But that's exactly what happened. People didn't want their children to be to be subjected to that so they wanted them to succeed. So that's why didn't teach him their language but now it's going back and all the schools that are teaching they do teach it but the kids aren't able to to connect the the words liking sentences. Let's what I like to see them. Doing is connect. The words in Quin. Same question had for Mani like when you consider the history and what's happened to this now. Bam Win reflecting that way. How does that make you feel what goes through your head? Yeah you know I think My family there isn't much you know. Speakers left in my family. I got one anti who does speak but In my community there aren't many speakers so you know I feel like I've a big role in responsibility to do what I can't bring to do what I can retain the language in my family and in my community and you know so I that's something that I feel passionate about so hopefully that I can be a part of the broader movements as well in the region. There's a lot of really pockets of really cool. People doing really cool things. And it's a nice little network of like a Learner. Community that very supportive and they help each other out Making lasting friendships and relationships through that too so I it it comes down to community building as well. I think you know it. It brings our communities families together young and old ones together and it really promotes like you know really positive positive community. You know wellness. What would your message be to people who want to learn their language? Go to Go to the people that do speak it and asked him questions or or joined. The people that are that are speaking it. I know it's hard to do but I think that would be not the only way but It's a good way to to start. Ken Auburn Gingell on shoveling. Dick one begin want inch number. What does Asia? She'll now the dock Nawaf Wanda Of Children in Douglas. Monda Noga initially book. Don't Yanking Sean Joke Gay. Go the Kenji onus. She'll Watt Shnell British dolman nope Doppler and under should not be a lot to do with. Linda was saying. Don't be scared Quin. We're you scared when when you started out. Yeah I was but there. There's a lot of fun into it right. You know just like learning anything new. You're learning how to skate or learn how to do something new. There could be a little bit of anxiety. You feel a little bit nervous when you're trying something new but you know national Bam on and so gives you got to know every single day you you know you just use what you know And kind of build on that every day right and if you see no activities happening in the to go Know really make an effort to attend and like I said that is awesome. You know speakers learners. You know Out there that are very supportive and so You know there's a lot of resources out there as well so if you don't have access to speakers right away or classes or opportunities you know there's there's some pretty cool language resources and kits and audio lessons that can you know help you if you WANNA study on your own so there's different opportunities and it's an how fun with it. I think. That's that's really important. How do you stay hopeful? I had this thing happen so I was at a ceremony and to know or even just a feast the Feast and you know. We have a A speaker in other blessed food and give thanks and I understood like almost everything that was said and you know that really made me crying makes nearly emotional just thinking about it now because it's as feels like You know you don't seem like you won't have any gains right away doesn't see Michael. I'm not getting anywhere but then slowly. And surely you get there and those little little moments that you have and you celebrate them like you know like I did a little bit of baby talk and I was able to converse back and forth. I understood what they're talking about over there. Why not why they're laughing right? It's cool it's a lot of farm source. Never never be scared. It is a scary thought in the beginning. When you're don't you are? You're you're lost. We want to get all these kids back to older spirit. Gingrich Spirit back getting all that their shabby in the language will come with it

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A good new home

Native America Calling

07:50 min | 10 months ago

A good new home

"We're going to go ahead and start off by saying hello to our guests. WHO's joining us out of Saint Paul Minnesota deb foster? She is the executive director for the India young and she is in mcroy. Ojibway from the Eagle Quin deb. Thank you for joining us for another one. Far Native America calling discussions thank you and how inspiring to just hear what this center aims to do especially for our homeless youth I and especially this age group. We know this is A group that often is left out left in the margins Tell us a little bit about when all all of this got started to make a special place for this group. Yes well The India Young Center has been and was started back in nineteen. Eighty three in response to Youth have been homeless And the red schoolhouse. K. through seven Educational Program noticing that they're young people were becoming homeless and so we started the emergency shelter alter and from there have just continued to grow our programs to be responsive to the needs of our community. And so we have Mini any genocide which is a prevention program. Our shelter Oh Yuck Gee which is a program for Equa court monitoring and services family advocacy children's mental health. We have a Transitional Housing Program for sixteen to twenty one year old and so it was probably about nine years ago when We realized that we were seeing our eighteen year. Enrolled in Nineteen Year olds dropping back into homelessness. And the reasons that many of us are aware of include turning eighteen and so therefore they're losing all of their benefits They're aging out of foster care with no place to go Many of them had extended their Short term housing options and so that was a very big concern. Earn for us and that many of our young people were not able to complete their educational goal or to sustain gainful employment -pointment and certainly we're struggling with Mainstream housing options and so forth. So we Began a vision that that we needed to capture these young people and give them some of the long term healing opportunities a -tunities and programming opportunities in housing opportunities. These young people needed in order to be able to sustain Those activities that they were already involved in such as education and workforce and trying to find housing and so forth so We I started out very early on with a lot of Community engagement and Connecting with young people who were homeless or had been homeless at the Previously to gather the information that was necessary to lead this project So everything that we did with this project was really designed around what the young people who were struggling needed it and wanted such as They wanted to be able to be close to transportation. So we're right. On the Light Rail. They wanted to be close to education food. Jobs things like that and so That was the beginning of our vision and From there are we just Did some early connections with the community members with our legislators The city the state eight and just kind of garnering a lot of support providing a lot of education a why this was so prevalent and why this was so needed and with that then we began to move forward to establish the right partners To make this a reality So it really was a response to our young people and Those eighteen particularly eighteen to twenty four year roles. That were falling right back into homelessness In deb this whole time as the planning was going on you're going to meetings Discussions were were happening. I'm sure your mind drifted back to these young individuals and what it would really mean for them to have a permanent place to stay and really get that footing to go to another a step in their life when you were thinking of those individuals. How much did that drive you to to? I WanNa make sure this happened to see those doors open. It was the core of everything that This at this building is We have as most of us know we have the highest disparities of of education and unemployment poverty and It's the reason is we know this is that our young on people are struggling with a sense of who they are as young native people You know the historical trauma that everybody everybody is aware of is something that oftentimes people think. Is You know so long ago. Kind of a get over it kind of thing and it really. It was something that lasted into the nineteen eighties the boarding school era. And all of that. And so what's happening. Is that that we have grandparents and parents who are who were potentially in boarding school doing the best. They can to try and raise young people but have been stripped of their culture their traditions their language and In sense of identity and so what is happening is that we're trying to provide resources for young people without first taking care of the initial needs the needs of our young people in our families which is to provide an opportunity for them to heal To you to reestablish or strengthen their sense of identity as young native people and to reestablish a sense of pride As a for a young person and until that is done until one has a sense of who they are a restored sense of who they are Really trying to push young people to just just graduate from high school. You'll be lying or just get a job you'll be fine. You know. Find a place to live. You'll be fine. Hasn't worked and is never going to work and so it was very in this building Is All about providing first and foremost that place at opportunities and experiences for these young people to who establish that sense of identity and He'll come to to be to be to be full humans in a really appreciate you explaining bat

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Trump is creating a task force on missing and murdered Native American women. President Fawn Sharp, Tribal Leaders meet in Washington to address climate change. SD Supreme Court Weighs State Cops' Jurisdiction In Indian Country.

Native America Calling

03:57 min | 10 months ago

Trump is creating a task force on missing and murdered Native American women. President Fawn Sharp, Tribal Leaders meet in Washington to address climate change. SD Supreme Court Weighs State Cops' Jurisdiction In Indian Country.

"This is national native news on Tony. Al Gonzales in January two thousand seventeen to agents from the South Dakota Division of criminal whole investigation went onto the Pine Ridge reservation to investigate a crime committed off the reservation. They were accompanied by a bureau of Indian affairs. Agent and one of the state agents spoke with the suspect as six circuit state judge throughout the statement saying D. C.. I lacked authority in Indian country. Now the South South Dakota Supreme Court will decide the issue before the case continues Victoria. Wicks reports Morgan Cummings was eighteen years old when agent Dane Rasmussen knocked on his door and asked to speak with him. Cummings made statements about the Crimes Rasmussen was investigating and was eventually charged and prosecuted leading up to the trial. The defense attorney asks that coming statements be suppressed and the trial judge agreed. The state appealed that decision during oral arguments assistant attorney general. Stacey Hegi says Rasmussen employed a knock and talk method of making contact with Cummings something any ordinary citizen has the implied license to do Hegi says as the trial judge aired by considering agent Rasmussen to be a law enforcement officer rather than a member of the public the defense says Rasmussen and the other agent agent were acting as law officers when they arrived in police cars and questioned a suspect attorney. Terry Pagoda says the only way to right. The wrong is to suppress coming statement and we cannot dispute the fact that at the time that this occurred state law was that they did not have any jurisdiction in Indian country. You can collar. Aw knocking implied license. Whatever the state calls it it doesn't make any difference? They did not have any Saudi. They're put iota says there is no justification for the agent's actions even if they didn't know they were acting contrary to law as the state suggests for National Native News. I'm I'm Victoria. Wicks in rapid city South Dakota tribal leaders from across the country are in Washington. DC This week discussing priorities at the National Congress of American Indians Winter Session Ncaa. I president font sharp delivered the state of Indian nations earlier this week which included a focus on climate change. Von Golden has more. The president's sharp did not hold back calling out federal lawmakers on what she others see as inaction on climate change when it comes to climate change and sustaining humanity on this planet. We have no time left to lose and yet our government is nowhere to be found. She said her home in Washington. State the Quin autonation. autonation has already been forced to higher ground from sea level rise and other attendees at her address are feeling the effects to Sam. Schimmel grew up on Saint Lawrence Orange Island off the coast of Alaska. You're watching language disappearing as a result of weather patterns. You're seeing changes in weather meaning that traditional practices aren't able to be pursued food and that's something that is having severe negative effects on the mental health and wellbeing of tribal communities across Alaska across the US Schimmel Schimmel. He's only nineteen years old but he participates in. NCAA is Climate Action Task Force. And he's been a regular in lawmakers offices over the issue in Washington Yvonne Golden National Native News President Trump's task force on missing a murdered American Indians and Alaskan natives is holding a tribal listening session Wednesday in in Washington. DC as leaders are in the area for the National Congress of American Indian session. The task force's reviewing cold cases and seeking ways to improve investigations and and information sharing when it comes to missing persons cases some native women's advocates and Congresswoman deb Holland are critical of the task force for its lack of tribal leaders and community members. The seven members are all from federal agencies. I'm Antonio Gonzales.

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All Your Sleep Questions, Answered

10% Happier with Dan Harris

10:11 min | 11 months ago

All Your Sleep Questions, Answered

"Guest. This Week is Dr Matthew Walker Who who earned his neuroscience degrees over in the UK and then became a professor of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School and is right now a professor esser of neuroscience and psychology at the University of California in Berkeley He wrote a bestselling book called. Why we sleep and we're doing a two part episode this week in the first part were talking about All the things all the unfortunate things that can happen to you when you don't get enough sleep up to your heart to your brain to other parts of your body were talking about the Link between sleep and mental health. What kind of impact? Meditation can have on asleep and the stigma in our society around sleep and then we so we did have an hour together on that several months ago actually we. I recorded that first hour our and then we took a couple of months break and I started to wear a sleep tracking ring and so we go back to Matthew for another chunk of this interview where we talk about my data and many other questions. That are fascinating so here we go with part one of the interview with Matthew Walker on sleep pleasure to meet you. I kind of feel like I know you after having listened to somebody podcast will likewise to you. I have to say so. Our relationship goes by my gears at this stage to see old friends and and you have had As I was saying to you earlier you really had an impact of the way I think about sleep so I'm excited to pass that along to our listeners and viewers so let me just ask some biographical stuff. How did you get interested in sleep in the first place I don't think anyone you know when the five or six years old and you go around the classroom you say. What would you like to be when you grow up? No one shoots. The differences have lived to be asleep research. Yeah and I think we're all accidental sleet researches and I was the same so back join late. Phd Work I was looking at brainwave patterns in people with dementia early early stages and I was trying to differentially diagnose what form of dementia that they had was it sort of vascular dementia or Alzheimer's Disease and was failing thing miserably and he used to go home at the weekends with the stack of journals. And I put them in my doctor's residence Igloo of information around me and when we can I was reading that some of the centers that certain types of dementia would eat away at in the brain was sleep generating centers and then for other types of dementia the left those centers untouched. So I thought well I'm measuring the brainwave pattern of my patients at the wrong time. which is when they're awake should be measuring it? When they're asleep sleep started doing that? Great Results and at that point I thought maybe the sleep disruption is not just a symptom of the dementia. I wonder if it's actually a causal causal trigger and that's when I just fell headlong into this field of sleep research and at that time no one could answer the question. Why do we sleep? This is twenty years ago. The crass answer was that we sleep to cure sleepiness which is the factors equivalent of saying to cure hunger. It tells you nothing about the biological benefits of nutrition. We really do nothing about why we why we sleep. Twenty years ago we just had very little understanding other than that. It was deathly if you removed it and they did these cities Um some studies that probably will never be replicated again for ethical reasons in rats. Let's and they decided to deprive the rats completely off sleep. I'm what they found. Is that those. Rats would die as quickly from sleep deprivation as they would from food deprivation within ten eleven days and so we own the on the cusp of realizing how fundamentally necessary sleep was i. Then I thought well if nobody knows it right now I'll just come along and for two years out. Go to America and I went to Boston. I thought I'll crack that question with total naievety not Hubris. I'm not realizing that. Some of the most brilliant minds it failed to crack the question and as I said that was twenty years ago and I think hard license little about who asks them they will meet her out their lessons. Difficulty all the same And I've been schooled over the years. So what do we know about why we sleep. Well it's fascinating over the past twenty years. We've fat explosion of knowledge. In fact we've had to upend that question rather than saying. Why do we sleep? We've now had to ask Is there anything that sleep doesn't serve in terms of a benefit for either the brain the body and the answer seems to be no. There is no single tissue within the body nor process of the mind but isn't wonderfully enhance when we get sleep demonstrably strictly imposed when we don't get enough so walk me through the reasons why we should be attending so carefully to our sleep. If we don't get enough sleep what happens so let me start in the body and we'll just go through may be the major physiological systems. So firstly I'm reproductive-health health what we know is that men who sleeping just four to five hours a night. We'll have a level of testosterone. which is that of someone? Ten years their senior so a lack of sleep will age by decade in terms of that aspect of wellness realty. We see Quin pumps and female reproductive health caused by lack of sleep. I'm stepping away from the reproductive system. We also know that. A lack of sleep dramatic impact on your cardiovascular system there's a great example From perhaps the largest sleeps that he ever done. It affects one point. Six billion people it is undertaken across about sixty different countries twice a year. And it's called daylight savings time now in the spring when we lose one hour of sleep we see a subsequent subsequent twenty four percent increase in heart attacks the following day which stuns me In the autumn in the full when we gain an hour of sleep we see a twenty one percent reduction in heart attacks. That's how fragile and vulnerable cardio-vascular systems out by the way you see exactly the same profile for road traffic accidents on Australia. Even suicide rates following daylight savings time. I'll speak about the immune system though because that's something else. That's fundamentally regulated by lack of sleep. It doesn't require whole night of sleep deprivation I can take an individual and we can deprive you you. Let's say a four hours of sleep so you get four hours that one night and then the next day. We measure some critical anti-cancer fighting immune cells called natural killer cells. And they're almost like the secret service agents of your immune system. They're very good at identifying malignant humans and destroying them after one night eight of four hours of sleep we see seventy percent drop in these natural killer cells these critical anti-kaunda fighting cells and we could just sort of keep stepping through The body but let me just take a moment to go upstairs in the brain because sleep is not just feel body. It's in fact by the brain of the brain. And perhaps most importantly for the brain one of the most favoured diseases in developed nations is outside this disease and what we've discovered over the past five years now is that there's a remarkable sewage system in your brain that kicks into high gear at night light while we sleep and that sewage system is called the glymph attic system. Now you have a similar system in your body that everyone knows. It's called the lymphatic system. But we didn't realize the brain also has a cleansing system gleam fat exist and one of the sort of toxic metabolic byproducts products. That sleep using the system will wash away at night is a sticky toxic protein. Cool beat amyloid. Beta amyloid is one of the protein protein culprits underlying Alzheimer's disease. And so what we see is that even after one night you can bring perfectly healthy people into the laboratory. You can actually remove the sleep or even just selectively remove the deep sleep which is when that sort of system. That's a good night's sleep. Clean kind of power. Cleanse is actually happens you can selectively. Remove that type of sleep and the next day you do. What's called spinal cord puncture and you siphon off some of the fluid who volunteers for this kind of study you have to pay them rather a lot of money and be very nice to them and they never do this study the again? Probably so what we find that measure of cerebrospinal fluid that we take from the spinal cord tells us what's going on in the brain and you see an immediate next next day rise in the amount of this beater amyloid toxic protein circulating in the system and this is in healthy people have to just one night so who now you can imagine what happens if you scale that across weeks years. It's like compounding interest on alone every night that you'll show changing your brain of sleep. You're not cleansing. The brain of that be to amyloid toxic Alzheimer's protein and so it starts to scale and it doesn't scale in a linear fashion. Because it's an an exponential and that's exactly what we see with Alzheimer's disease as a patent of pathology and as a of cognitive decline and just last year we published. There's evidence that those two things that as you get older your sleep gets worse and as you get older your memory gets worse those two things on simply coincidental they're actually closely closely interrelated then so really understanding so much more now about The fundamental role that sleep placing every one of these physiological systems systems in the body and operations of the mind we can also speak about sleep and mental health. Hopefully at some point that link is incredibly

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"quin" Discussed on Laces Out

Laces Out

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"quin" Discussed on Laces Out

"Came from the mud as they were saying. Instill here fifteen right now. Would you go even if it happened to be San Francisco. Will you know everybody. They made up in the Super Bowl. You don't have a ring you know what it is only playoff times. You probably GONNA play two games and to walk away with a camera and camera have a camera on his side and document the whole series get picked up by net flicks. You know what man I going into the off season you know I I wanted to retire. Obviously I wanted to play even before I got league on the one to play ten years. you know I want. I want it to be able to walk away from the game because I got three kids. I got three little boys. They're all athletes. And so I was like you know what I don't want to limp away from the gay. Hey like I wanNA leave the game feeling like I could still play because if I feel like I can still play the now. I know I can play my kids I know I can when we go to. The track can run. I can run with them. I don't have to just sit there and tell them. Hey do this. I showed him what to do. Like I can be very influential with them so I want it that ability and so When I made my ten years in you know going into the I knew okay like this is probably my last year you know? He had a in a great great situation for me to play this year and for tonight's going to make you a replayed with all that for you because I am reading your story knowing your story. I haven't played against you. You're wanted to guys right and I'm blessed to have have played in the Super Bowl and was chevy you champion for life. So that's why I'm a mess of what you want that for you for that did it'd be a great cabinet career and you only have to play through games you know and I thought about that as off season I was like did you really. Yeah because like you know what if I got a chance to go to San Francisco That I it was cool and it didn't happen right but for me. I was never one of those guys that was like I wanted to chase the ring like I was one of those guys that was like you know what there's a ton of great players that never want rings and I was like for me if I look in the mirror when I'm done and say I played as hard as I could. I did everything I could and I understand that winning the ring is not an individual thing team is if if I could look in the mirror and say I did everything I could. I respect the game. I played his I'm cool with not wearing the ring because I look back. And I think about the Organiz ation felt like impacted. You know sound like they're not saying that it was just me but when I love Houston in two thousand thirteen they. They went to fourteen the next year right and I felt like it was a big part of it. I love Detroit this year last year I did have been there and like at three and nine and you don't say so. I'm not saying that like I would MRIs but it's more to win to winning than just having great players you know so you need because he says you need the Google and so for me like I I was never into just chaser rings man. I know what I did what I could. You know. We've got close a couple of times you know but so I wouldn't feel comfortable going to San Fran and like riding the Kotel I gotta ring. You may feel a little different different without career. Obviously great do And I wish you all the best and I love story brother appreciate you ever quit coma Goldmember since you are willing. That was our interview with Glover. Quin former safety for the Detroit Lions and Houston. Texans Xingu played a little but a corner for Houston. Willie was your favorite part of that interview I think for me. I liked him talking about well. Like I said Said we're GONNA show and we talk about my role with the Pittsburgh steelers. I always say I was kind of like the enforcer I liked how he said he was kind of the glue. Yeah that I appreciate that because there are guys who are the glue on teams For me I was the glue a little bit But there are other guys especially on the steelers like you know Troy Pall Mall believe it or not was Kinda blue i Taylor was Kinda blue And so for him the car I acknowledge college what his role was an outside of this the football landscape of being accordion and a safety he got. I was able to talk to guys that most people can't talk to. You know talk about his time in Detroit how you know He. He's a Newbie. You Know He. He wasn't drafted by Detroit. And now he highlighted sue had respect for him and he had respect pursue and he was able to turn on a light bulb pursuing letter. Might listen man. You being watched right these guys they. They're looking to you kind of set the tone and be the difference maker so how you conduct yourself and how you go about Your Business. Somebody's always watching for him to be the guy to tell sue already. Nate Burleson on the team right. There's his other some other guys who are compounds cow Johnson's on the team. But this new guy off the street is communism and say hey you want this to be right if you WANNA start this. Winning culture starts which you so I had so much respect for him That he was able to come and take that approach and I also like the fact that he was willing to say you know. It doesn't matter where you put me on I'm a ball. You know I I just I just WanNa shy once once he got shot and he seemed like he got shot early in his career And I was part because I played I played the last two games our our gear and I started the next season but injury starting to happen and they start to look to the next guy who has the most experienced on a field and it just happened to be him. Am and so as as he's trying to learn NFL. Become the best ball player. He can become. He's now find that he finds himself in a leadership role and he's he's forced to be more dependable and more more put on his plate than so his ability to him. That handle that. Most guys don't want that most guys. Listen Man I don't. I'm not here to talk to this. Scott I'm not here to do this. I'm I'm here to do what I do But he took it on and then he was able to have a long career doing so until he's he's he's locker room got you tell. He's a big locker room guy. He's got you want on your team. Yeah the loser is really cool. So how he talked about how. Brian cushing is really good when he was there and what he did allowed Brian in Kushner. Kind of do what he did and when he left you know things that was really interesting and just kind of hearing the behind the curtain with free agency how he thought. Oh He's going back to the Texans you know everything Kinda was on. That pacey made it known that he wanted to return and they just didn't offer him a deal and so he was just kind of he took the visit with Detroit because his eight and said you. No this is who wants to be with you and I seem to call you and just very loyal dialing in Mississippi state like he wanted together because he just got a letter. Nice right which is wow like understand. How many letters right you can tell? He's a loyal guy And the fact that you know he just took a visit to trick. I WANNA calling rolling. You know when the New Year began was interesting and how he went there and it was like I don't know about the numbers eight and was like yeah well Houston's not going to match so I think you should take into Houston may have leaked that. He had accepted the offer of jeans and just kind of cover and kind of save face for them was You know kind of a dark part of the NFL. Which I'm sure exists? Yeah sure A very interesting interview overall. He's really fun guest. He's a great guy. You said that he's a you you know. It's I think we there's always this kind of running story when running story people always say this when I leave the league. Try to beat them right. I try to beat them in an interview. You have an opportunity to call San Francisco Bay. Hey ronzio Sarah I know everybody noticed system let let let me go ahead and get one but he goes on to walk away from the game I am. I didn't want to let it. I don't WanNa limp limp away from again. I length away from the game. I'm still wandering away from the game But I think it was great that he played ten years he goes. Hey My tom is my time and he kinda put a cap on his journey. Play with the Birkenshaw Ferguson. He did the same thing now. He'll breaks. Hey I could brixton be playing if he wanted to But he wanted to go out his way. And that's a luxury in itself electorates made of the Derrick rose quote like I want to be able to walk my kid's graduation you know. NBA totally different sport but NFL. You know I can respect deliver quincy. I want to be able to play with my kid. Or if they go run around the track on to be able to run with them. Yeah that's thanks so Really really good guy who seems to have his head on straight. Had A great career led the League interceptions. Twenty fourteen really really good player So yeah thanks thanks again for everybody listening rock with another week Surf Inter podcast with very exciting interview next week. Stay tuned for that until next week. We got super bowl champion Willie Cologne. He's Stephen Jay. Thanks next week serpent mm-hmm..

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Chinese cryptomining giant Bitmain’s civil war breaks into open

Unconfirmed: Insights and Analysis From the Top Minds in Crypto

10:02 min | 1 year ago

Chinese cryptomining giant Bitmain’s civil war breaks into open

"Last week and actually for this whole past week. There's been a fair bit of drama. At bitcoin. Mining giant. Bit mean what happened well. So long story sure it was a it was a coup so From October twenty seven to thirty years there was a video surveillance camera. Expo in engine and my colleague John He was the he's the CO founder will be man and he was was ad expo. It was their launch some kind of a chip from Yemen for video surveillance cameras and then one day after that Jihan on the after that there was a change of the business registration data of Of Beijing Technology. Okay so in that restriction change microbes no longer the executive director will be man. He's he was also so taken over by Jehan as a legal representative an hour that Japan will who is also the other co whole funder of demand so a couple of hours after that change Japan will send an email to all staff to be man. I'm employee's employees saying Michael giants basically dismissed off. All his roles have been men and any employees. You should not engage with anymore and it should not take any directions for him so basically shut him down and that was basically it an hour after the email. Hey Japan will submit Someone all this stuff to your own hands meeting meeting to tell everybody what happened. So that was what happened on last Tuesday and on today one week off to Dad Meiklejohn finally spoke on his. What we share way ball and said is going to take some legal action to return to the office Irene? So let's go a little bit into that stuff meeting. What was the backstory that Jihad gave to explain or justify his actions while so that was kind of like a shock to many employees? Because I guess not. Many people have seen a word like expecting that so he took that opportunity to explain to everybody what happened in why he had to come back. And why he they had to take such actions and he basically use the one hour meeting to explain what happened from December twenty eight eighteen when when when the kind of conflict has started between him and my crew John Yet that was that was pretty much all of the one hour meeting. And what was that conflict. So the backstory of the December twenty eight eighteen was that at that point. The Big Quin price was like a was a big big price crash and was thinking about layoff so Jihai in a couple of family. Members of the company was were like pushing for the plan to lay off employee's because at that time I think they may have about juicers people initially based on what John said in the meeting was micro. John was AH was against the plan so they had a big struggle on December. Seventeen Jihan says on that day Meikeljohn returned to the office called for a second meeting and on that meeting. He wanted to be the socio. So as of as of December last year Japan and micro were co CEOS in CO chairman of women so he said on that that day micro Office wanted to become the only CEO. He said that is the way to save the company so that that was what happened at that time. So there was a conflict of Should have a layoff but then they come to agreement that there should be lay off and they also come to agreement that they both will step down from cozy ethos and they will ask the second other person to on the new. CEO role and they will step down from the day to day management. So that was the conflict back then the as time moves on like bay. Men official announces announced that news in March of their stepping down to the public to Hong Kong. IPO failed But what John said was MICR didn't really stepped out from the management role. He's still kind of micromanaging the details and wanted to spend more efforts on AI. Stuff instead of the crypto mining equipment. So that kind of that kind of diversed I Big Business a little bit. So that kind of started the the conflict started to escalate one. Other thing is I think Jihan also said to the employees bit mean almost didn't survive that period and actually what he said is the only only reason it was able to pull through was at the price of Bitcoin had increased later. I'm assuming he's talking about kind of you know through the Spring and And even a bit. The summer we saw the price of acquaint increase but how has bitten means struggled this year in twenty nineteen still. I sing in twenty nineteen. I mean he said himself in the meeting. Based on the transcript. I got that The market share big demands mining equipment has declined. I mean I think they're still the number. One has the most dominant market share in terms of making mining mining machines but their market dominance has declined and the same time there Wi- will competitors like non. And what's minors Microbe eighteen silicon. They have been able to seize on the opportunity of the price of press jump since earlier this year. So I mean there. I think they are doing during fine. But in terms of market share the mining equipment business has decline and also the mining pool business is also Declining if you look at the hash rate. real-time Hasher Distribution Bution Pity comment pull used to dominate the top two ranks but this year it was taken by pulling and after Paul. Yeah and one other thing that is just so curious is that at least last year Macri was chairman and and he owned thirty six percent of bit main holdings while Jihad actually owned only twenty percent. So how jeon able to oust macree. If Macri was the larger chair holder and I mean it was pretty dramatic. The way he did it I think you know not allowing him back in the building after this trip and having his email access over to cut off it was like this was a huge surprise to macri. I guess we could say yeah. That's also one question I I haven't been able to figure out to be honest if you look at the IPO prospect the file till the Hong Kong Stock Exchange last year as September last year. They they were coached. CEO's co-chairman Mike crease. You're right micro has about six thirty. Six percent of Commit Holdings John has about twenty percent and go Shin on the two two your three other family members they have four to six percent respectively and another eighteen percent was hold was. Hello Oh by a trust for the employment stock option incentive that was the all the ordinary shares that counts for bowel like nearly ninety percent. I think and all the others like nearly ten percent were held by external uh shareholders. Now there were basically preferred. AM prefer b-shares Through the equity raising commended in two thousand seventeen twenty eighteen so technically I don't know how he managed to do it but that's just give you the breakdown of their equity structure based on the IPO. Filing they last year I don't know if they have changed it in any way but uh what John said in the in the in the in the meeting was he stepped Opposed as Costa Ios. He also stepped on he. He also let Microsoft take the chairman row so supposedly he was not a chairman and now he is a chairman. So I don't I don't technically the holiday did it was somehow did yeah. I saw dovey one tweeting that she she doesn't think a- and Samson Maui. I think tweeted the same thing that it doesn't appear that the shareholders were consulted the other shareholders. So yes so. Maybe we'll find this out leader

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"quin" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"quin" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

"Bell as your host. My goal is to create the best advice from the world's smartest and most interesting people by asking them just questions. My guest today is Canadian. indie Andy Pop band musician. Songwriter author taking Quinn. Born in Calgary. Canada teagan isn't identical twin to Sara Quin and they are both openly gay at the age of fifteen eighteen. The twins began playing guitar and writing songs. Eventually forming a band called plunk using their schools recording studio to produce to demo albums eight years slater. They released their debut album under the name. Teagan and Sara during the course of their twenty year career Teagan and Sara have sold well over a million records and released eight studio albums they performed on some of the world's biggest stages from Coachella two the Academy Awards in two thousand sixteen they created did the Teagan and Sara Foundation which fights for Health Economic Justice and representation for LGBTQ girls and women more recently. They released there memoir highschool their ninth studio album. Hey I'm just like you and have been on tour. I spoke to teague in about the events that have shaped her life. How Oh she's dealt with internal struggles and how her life purpose has guided her journey? You and your sisters or Burgos like me. In what ways does being virgo. Explain the career in life decisions that you've made. I mean I think virgos are efficiency experts and I think they're also very studious and particular and I think all of those things have helped us to have a career I think they drove like all those. OCD Weird things have made us. Yeah we're efficiency experts and I think we're just Burma. We want a master everything we do. Your book is called High School. What experience did you have in high school? That prepared you for the future. Oh God well perhaps this is. The problem is almost no nothing that happened in highschool happened in my future We just took a lot of acid and went to a lot of raves and had a lot of secret relationships with girl lied stole money swept through the class. I mean we we basically the opposite of everything that we were in in high school but I suppose high school just taught me how how to make something interesting happen when things around terribly. Boring mental health is a very important topic in our society is more common in the LGBTQ community There's research that shows that. LGBTQ individuals three times more likely to experience mental health condition than straight individuals. How did you overcome pure? It's your life when you suffer from mental health. And what advice can you share with others. Who are suffering? I don't really lucky because at my worst I always keep people in loop I like no matter how bad I feel. I just want everybody to know and I can always find a way to make it funny so I guess the skills I have which which is like? I'm not shy and I'm an extrovert and I'm also a fancy myself. A bit of a comedian At least in my head and so those have really helped me because you know I think that there's a lot to be said for finding comfort In the people that you love but I I know that's easy to say when you have a lot of people you love and trust and it's easy to say when you're a comedian. That's funny as I am. My advice would would be to try to find at least somebody that you can share feeling with and my girlfriend says it's really annoying. How positive I am but I do? Even when I'm feeling parable. Even when something bad happens I do do my best to try to turn it into a positive and find meaning in it immediately. It is annoying brothers but it works for me. How did you learn how to be a businesswoman and how those skills help you? As is an artist I learned the business the good old fashioned way sort of graduated high school and my mom said They're not going to university. You'RE GONNA pay rent and you're GONNA have to figure out Ford to eat and travel and run your business and you know play shows and get management like you know Kinda just kicked us in the ass and get it together like not. There was no stage bombing happening. We had a very early introduction to a man in the industry whose name I'm blanking on. But he sent us a box of books about how to run a business and We just dove in. We didn't have management for the first three years. We signed a record deal and went on tour without representation so we learned every job. You know I was the tour manager Sarah Ran Merch we learned how to deter attack for ourselves selves and when we did start hiring people it gave me an appreciation. For how much work it is to do those jobs and and I think also it really focused on finding really strong young people. Because I think you know you gotTa have a strong foundation out there. So but Yeah we just dove in just child trial by failure times before I get a lot of messages asking this. Do you remember what books they were. Do you remember the author or the book title. I don't remember anything because I'm very old but So the books came to me in nineteen ninety seven. So it's been it's been a while but you know they were whatever books would have existed about the music business in the late ninety s or the mid nineties there was a an indie slant to them independent music was really exploding. This idea of being your own boss and retaining control of your rights those kinds of things. What's your best piece of advice? It doesn't top but but it just never ever ever stopped being hard. No matter what level you get to. There's just it's like a video game just becomes more challenging More money you make some more expenses is there are the more famous you become the more people want from you and take from you. The bigger shows and more production and then more people in the more stress than the more responsibility But the flipside decided that it it also becomes really satisfying on on. It's a really big level as it gets bigger and more years pilot by new but it just never stops being hard. You gotta put your head down and just keep climbing. Even sustaining. A certain level is very very very hard and yeah and then parts you about advice would just be like just. It's always GonNa Change so also so I think too limiting relevant and thrive and continue to have a career you have to be willing to dismantle everything you thought you knew and got comfortable with every single time you start a new cycle and you would say that part of what has gotten you both through this and into the highs and lows is. The humor is the optimism. I assume right. Yeah I mean Sarah and I are different in that way. There are always says if she was too much like mainly. Just be really irritating. Because we're polar opposites but by default. I just think we do it to keep balance but I think having a sense of humor and laughing at things is is gotten through it. I think we both hate to admit it but also having each other I think sometimes we make it worse for each other but I think because because we're family and there's a drive and desire to do that that keeps me going. I don't feel like I can leave. I do WANNA quit. I'm like what am acquitting her. My Life my face my other half my whole family. I mean it's so complicated so I try to humor about it. I try not to murder and I and I just remember that. Probably the most of the fuel that keeps US going just this in perspective and belief that isn't bigger than us. It's about everything related to us and we just have to keep going. Thank you so much for sharing your wisdom Teagan to follow her journey. You can read her book high school and listened to her album. Hey I'm just like you and find her on facebook twitter twitter instagram where she shares her live appearances media interviews fashion new music and tour updates. We hope you enjoy today's show. And the amazing using advice our guest provided. Remember that you can only benefit from advice if you packed on it before you do. We would appreciate your feedback. In the form of overview you can leave a review on Itunes stitcher for Pod Catcher of your choice. Your feedback would be very much appreciated head over to Dan. Chevelle dot com slash.

"quin" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"quin" Discussed on 5 Questions with Dan Schawbel

"Welcome to the fifty fourth episode of five questions with Andy Pop band musician songwriter author taking Quinn born in Calgary Canada teagan using their schools recording studio to produce to demo albums eight years and released eight studio albums they performed on some of the world's biggest stages tation for LGBTQ girls and women more recently they released Oh she's dealt with internal struggles and how her life purpose has guided her journey and I think they're also very studious and particular and Merman we wanna master everything we do your book is called High School what experience did you and went to a lot of Raves and at a lot of secret relationships with girls how to make something interesting happen when things around your terribly boring mental we're likely to experience a mental health condition than straight individuals. How did you overcome Puritan your loop I like no matter how bad I feel I just want everybody to Indian at least in my head and so those have really helped me because you know I think that would be to try to find at least somebody that you can share feeling with and my girlfriend says it's really brothers but it works for me how did you learn how to be a businesswoman and how those skills help you as figure out Ford to eat and travel and run your business and you know play shows and get management the books about how to run a business and we just dove in we didn't have management for selves and when we did start hiring people it gave me an appreciation for how much work it is to do those jobs trial trial by failure a time before I get a lot of messages asking this it's been a while but you know they were whatever books would have existed about the music business in in control of your rights those kinds of things what's your best piece of advice if doesn't top is there are the more famous you become the more people want from you and take from you the bigger the gets bigger and more years pilot by new but it just never stops being hard you gotta put your head down and just so I think to eliminate relevant and thrive and continue to have a career you have to be willing to dismantle lows is the humor is the optimism I assume right yeah I mean Sarah and I are different and laughing at things is gotten through it I think we both hate to admit it but can leave and I'm wondering when I WANNA quit I'm like what am quitting her my life my face in most of the fuel that keeps us going just the deep respect and belief that high school and listened to her album hey I'm just like you and find her on facebook twitter using advice our guest provided remember that you can only benefit from advice if of your choice your feedback would be very much appreciated head..

Glover Quin And NFL discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Glover Quin And NFL discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

"Or in the NFL lex line safety Glover Quin announce that he's retiring erases second in career tackles by lions defensive back with four hundred twenty three and he leads all safeties in alliance history with nineteen

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Giant golden asteroid contains enough heavy metals to make everyone on Earth a billionaire

Houston's Morning News

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Giant golden asteroid contains enough heavy metals to make everyone on Earth a billionaire

"An asteroid gold rush could be the catalyst for a new space race this time of course with the chinese there are asteroids loaded with precious metals that could be worth trillions space expert keith cowing says maybe not possible within our lifetimes i would definitely tell people to hold off don't go buying stock and the psyche mining corp just yet cowing says we're likely going to need to build mining stations to hold what we mined from asteroids that are millions of miles away asteroid psyches sixteen that's why he got the psyche mining stock it's believed to hold seven hundred quin tilles dollars worth of precious heavy metals that would be enough to make every person on earth right now a billion again what's a billion worth of everybody's got a billion

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Critics Question Trump Tax Plan Meant To Boost Struggling Communities

NPR's Business Story of the Day

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Critics Question Trump Tax Plan Meant To Boost Struggling Communities

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from American pest open your doors, who healthy pest free home with American pest, offering safe environmentally friendly pest control solutions throughout the DMV for over ninety years. Learn more at American past dot net. Some American neighborhoods are struggling even in a strong economy. How much can a new tax break help them? NPR's Asia Roscoe reports standing in front of a massive crowd in Orlando last week. President Trump may this promise to help poor neighborhoods, we will expand opportunities Jones so that no community is ever left behind passes, the part of the twenty seventeen tax cut law. The opportunities owns program allows governors to make some low income areas in their state eligible for federal tax incentive, Trump often refers to the program when talking about what his administration has done for struggling rural and urban communities and as a part of his outreach to black America. Skins. The policy is also been championed by lawmakers, such as Senator Tim Scott a Republican, and Senator Cory Booker, a democrat running for president projects are underway throughout the country. On an empty lot and tippy Zona private equity investors in fficials gathered in the white tent for groundbreaking of the plane ninety unit affordable housing complex. Former Arizona governor Jan brewer spoke really thrilled to see all of you. Thank you so much for clear. There were shovels and symbolic tossing of dirt has particular property. If you look around, here's pretty blinded. You've got some dilapidated buildings. That's Quin Palomino CEO virtual partners the private equity firm, that's building the project do its opportunities own fund, and you have investors who would not have normally invested in this project. It's opportunities. Owns is really been an incredible tool. This is an old idea. That's been supercharged by the 2017 tax law. Stuart Butler is one of the conservative scholars credited with bringing the original idea of so-called enterprise zones to the US in the nineteen eighties Butler, who's now with Brookings Institution said the vision was to make it easier for people living in poor areas to be able to start businesses in their own neighborhoods. The second piece of it. Whereas to say, let's look at tax relief, and let's relief taxes reduced taxes on people who take the risk of investing in a poor and difficult neighborhood. Stays introduced. Their own versions of these loans in the federal government followed suit, launching the empowerment zones program in the early nineties backers of the new opportunities zone say they are totally different though program required states to compete for tax breaks in grants Butler, Greece's latest program is different and that worries them maybe they went too far in this current version. There are more than eighty seven hundred opportunities owns covering nearly thirty five million Americans and vessels can defer their capital gains taxes through twenty twenty six by putting their profits in opportunities zone funds that invest in these communities. The longer the investors keep their money in the fund the more tax benefits. They receive the concern is that wealthy people will pour money into these, multimillion dollar funds. But Butler says the development may not help low income residents. It's a -tracting the wrong kind of investment lodge scale investment, which may lead to far greater gentrification. And removal of people rather than the original intent of the enterprise zone idea. But these critiques are off base says Doron Smith. He's deputy director of the White House office of American innovation. Smith says local governments can work to protect their residents vacation and not something that's happening. Every city is not happening in, like the Mississippi delta right houses, very affordable down there. So for us to create economic development tool that tries to fix a problem only hurts us some urban areas. That's not smart. The White House has also set up a council to help target Federal Housing grants and other funds specifically for the tones. But it's unclear whether these owns will truly spur new investments, especially in places that were already on the upswing says Timothy Weaver, a professor at SUNY Albany, who has studied these types of programs people who were going to invest anyway. And now getting a tax break and to maybe you're gonna get shifting of investment from outside of zion's to inside of designs. And any the case what you'll likely to see our rent's going up for everybody, even some of the earliest opportunities zone supporters, say there needs to be more information about where the money is going. There are bipartisan bills in congress, that would require the government to track whether benefits are actually flowing to the communities that are in need. Isha Roscoe, NPR news, the White House support for this podcast and the following message come from NC TA, the internet, and television association, whose members are building the ten g network of the future that aims to deliver residential internet speeds of ten gigabits per second. More at ten g platform dot org.

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"quin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"quin" Discussed on KOMO

"Jacky quin is not if but when there will be more wildfires this summer in the meantime one area is recovering from the biggest wildfire in state history five years later their story next right now aaa traffic update tom at nine fourteen here's kira jordan police are working with a stall in seattle southbound i five fiftieth that was blocking the left lane looks like it's now over on the left shoulder south five with scattered slowing in shoreline and then it'll be heavier from northgate to the convention center and because of that that's not helping the heavy drive on westbound five twenty if you're trying to make your way off the water and over to i five northbound i five slow and go out of federal way kent wine wrote and then you are crawling along from mid boeing field all the way to seneca south four or five is still busy out of buffalo through kirkland northbound four zero five a lot of hesitation traveling through renton into newcastle and then we switch over to some scattered slowing as you're making your way into downtown bellevue we've had a crash on the shoulder westbound i ninety at state route nine hundred that's the leaving about two miles slow down into that area ample direction state route jio to remain blocked at ames lake road new two fatality crash investigation this traffic court is sponsored by indeed dot com are you hiring with indeed you can post a job in minutes set up screener questions and then zero in on qualified candidates in an online dashboard get started at indeed dot com slash higher our next couple of traffic at nine twenty four and we're looking at some morning clouds and mostly sunny skies this afternoon with a high of seventy pretty much just showers next couple of days a few sunbreaks here and there but all the way through friday.

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Pittsburgh Pirates Make First Selections In The 2019 MLB Draft

The Inside Story With Marty Griffin

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Pittsburgh Pirates Make First Selections In The 2019 MLB Draft

"Sports. Well, hopefully the MLB draft will yield good prospects for the pirates Quin priest her was the first overall pick. He's a self described self learner. He's watched other pitchers on YouTube and tries to pick up stuff from that MLB networks. Jim Kelly hit ninety seven scouts will tell you is so much movement on his forcing fast, choosing fastball ninety two ninety three they think it's almost a better pitch feel for change. Curve is really good. So athletic the delivery were twelve I think this guy has a

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Ryan Jensen, Adly Richmond And Cub Scouting Department discussed on WBBM Programming

WBBM Programming

00:52 sec | 1 year ago

Ryan Jensen, Adly Richmond And Cub Scouting Department discussed on WBBM Programming

"Month. Baseball's draft is underway. The first six picks all hitters including big Bopper, Cal first baseman Andrew von to the socks at number three, I know team starting to rebuild right now have a ton of unbelievable town, the farm system. I mean, I know pretty well. Steel Walker poking kin. I know several guys coming up in the system and I'm just very excited and a twenty-seven, Jason McLeod and the cub scouting department took right handed pitcher, Ryan Jensen out of Fresno state. Eight hundred. He's carrying a lot veep, and it starts life to the heater, the combination of strike throwing missing bath and getting the bat on getting a ball on the ground with that power sinker. Yes. Oregon state catcher Adly Richmond, went number one overall, Cary grove, high school product, Quin priest or nineteenth the draft continues

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5-year-old Utah girl goes missing, sparking massive search

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:00 min | 1 year ago

5-year-old Utah girl goes missing, sparking massive search

"Stole a young girl. Well, has quite a survival story after she was found in rural what can county last night. A massive search led rescuers to Quin dalstrom. She was found about a half mile from the Goodell creek campgrounds where she was staying with her family about eighty miles east of Bellingham. Komo Steve McCarron reports searchers found that little girl in a heavily wooded area. This is a huge relief. Everyone hoping for this positive outcome before darkness set in again. We were able to find the loss. Little girl, got exciting news came just moments after some of the I team's emerged from a long exhausting. Search for Gwendal Stroman in north cascades, national park. Those teams heard the seven year old does she hunkered down in a steep rocky area but a half mile from where she was last seen Saturday night till wasn't like she continued to wander in wondering wander. And so we think she'd probably sat down somewhere and then she wound up calling out to the rescuers more than one hundred twenty volunteers in five canine crews helped with the search at times using a helicopter drone to try to get a view

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It Is The End Of An Era, The Big Bang Theory Comes To An End

Charlie Parker

02:49 min | 1 year ago

It Is The End Of An Era, The Big Bang Theory Comes To An End

"Tonight's tonight, the end of an era. Big bang theory comes to an end after twelve years, two thousand seven and tonight is the series finale. The first year big bang theory was on the air. They were not ranked at all. No second year. They were on the air. Well, actually, let me rephrase. It first year. They were ranked number forty six out of all shows on television second season were not ranked at all season. Number three overall. They were the fifth most watched television program in the year and have remained in the top five every year since then most of the time around two or three big bang theory fan. Yes. Big fan, Jerry. Don't watch it now at all. No. Okay. I, I watch every now and then it's not like you know, a must see for me. But I like it like it's a pretty good pretty good stuff. And tonight is the finale now big bang theory averages twenty million viewers per episode. That's a lot of yours in comparison mash, back in the day. Seventies early eighties averaged about twenty five million. Wow. Now, you consider you put, you know, time into perspective that weren't, as many choices now back in the seventies and early eighties is art today, other places you can go so conceivably I think you could say that on average based on all of that stuff that big bang has more people watching now than. Mash had watching on average, now mashes finale again, if they were averaging twenty five million episode their finale. Was a hundred and twenty five million, they Quin coupled their viewership for their final episode. So just for fun will big bang theory, Quin, topple their average. No will they even double it. I don't think so I don't either. I'll say, yes, you're going to say they're going to have forty million people watching them folks went away. But the end I think it's going to bring a lot of people think if the one hour hour episode, and then an hour of them sitting around in a chair telling us how they did, and what they like to about the show, and then Johnny Glick. He's gonna jump up and go into why wouldn't charity watching? Yeah. Exactly.

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"quin" Discussed on The NBA Show

The NBA Show

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"quin" Discussed on The NBA Show

"Will get nuked on defense like they did last year. Yeah. I think Russell's playing better defense. I don't think Billy Donovan is such a tactical mastermind that he can chess move some of the other coaches in the west there's so many think he could there are some who I don't think are playing like are are are better than him. But I don't know that he could outmaneuver even Quin Snyder necessarily, you know, if they would have a rematch with them say so it would be really fascinating. I am we're like into this team. But I do think that their ceiling is probably semi finals at the conference perform. I mean, they have all these athletes that just like dunk everything and they're bouncing around like they have four Fergus love German, Greg everybody in the core. At one game is like a terrorist going to baptize. I was talking to this. And he was like he's going to get one this year. That's going to end the guys grayer. Well, I think not belabor the defense point. But I think if they do decide to make a trade and when the tour deadline comes in they can kind of go for more of a. Off about check on here. Bingo for more of an offensive minded guy knowing that they have that you know, that song defense. Yeah. I and that's the question there. I do think that they need a trade. And I think if a lot of teams are going to be hesitant to pull the trigger just because they have to look to three years ahead. The Lakers in particular can't take on any money. And so they're pretty much stuck unless they just want to kind of kick Casey p tour contender which would if it's in the west. It's just going to end up spiting face, but they really don't have anything. Yeah. They have no money their their luxury tax Bill right now is seventy four million which is the biggest in the league. They can't trade first round pick until twenty twenty four..

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"quin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"quin" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"This is a quote from Quin from stars pet stores are infected with this bacteria. But make no mistake. This is not her quotes. Visit has me speaking make no mistake, you're more than likely not getting a healthy puppy in the first place. Really? I'm not going to be getting the best of the best. But she says the dogs. Bush's breast dress that dogs house together in cages where the also poop maybe more prone to contracting and spreading these infections. And this is another thing that puppy mills, then not let out to play the stacked in metal crates on on the on mesh, mash, what's the word grit? Now, great type would just not even not a flat surface or anything which is dreadful for that feet. And the reason they do that he says a poop and actually falls through the crate through the cage, and sometimes they stack them seven and eight. Hi, it's horrific. So you can imagine that's going to be very easy for any kind of disease to spread very very easy. So the right terrier can easily be picked up during play with the puppies or from the environment. And then ingested during grooming. Yeah. I don't mean. Grooming, grooming, grooming themselves, and the spokesman that CDC told Washington Post that public. Health officials aren't sure how common this bacteria is in animals in an Email statement of post pet lines said it's corporation with the CDC investigation pet Lundy immediately provided the CDC with complete access to the stores are staff the veterinarians and their operating procedures and pats. The CDC has not tried any failures in Portland's operating system that would lead to any by this this bacteria infection. Here's the thing. You've gotta rewind a little bit. But where these animals coming from? They may be the everything's followed perfectly within the store. But let's find out how enough could it possibly end up here. Oh, we got animals coming from these puppymills all what they call, you know, reputable breeders, but as a reputable breeders don't put their pets in pet stores. Oh, those buzzwords all those buzzwords actually four people. I don't like it. I find it to be very very dishonest very dishonest advertising, and it really just prey on people. It's it's just not right. So in order to prevent coming into contact with this bacteria, they advise that potential pet owners to look for bright alert and playful dogs free of feces and schedule a visit with the veterinarian shortly after purchasing the dumb, people should not let that dogs kiss faces and should wash their hands. Every time they come into contact with dogs. Taking special care when handling dog poop kissing thing. For me. Doc sell time all day all the time. And I find it quite interesting the special Kevin huddling dope. Oop. I don't know anybody that picks up dog blue with. I don't know any of that. They said they advise you to use disposable gloves when picking up a feces and disinfecting the area. Yeah. No. I I most people I think, you know, if they'd got a dog that's got this this bacteria or just in general, they usually wear gloves or the poop bag is the glove. Imagine imagine people don't protect the hands. So there you go. So that's the update who knows how many more people have been infected by this dreadful. I think he could be the silver lining. It. We never hear anything about puppy mills and dogs ended up in these stores, and we could be the silver lining. All of a sudden, we're concerned now because humans got sick but eight I think it'll be a silver lining with people will say well how and how the dogs sick that. How did that happen? And that's good. That's really a good thing. When you could always see a civilizing well since I kinda kind of finished on silver lining. We're gonna take a quick break. When we come back. Let's talk about rescues and dog training. Yeah. Sounds like a normal thing. Let's talk about it when we get back. You're listening to Vegas rock Doug radio with me. Some your host Queen of rock and roll dogs. Radio..

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"quin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

05:11 min | 2 years ago

"quin" Discussed on AP News

"News. I'm Jacky Quin residents in central and eastern Pennsylvania had to be rescued by emergency crews after heavy rains triggered flash flooding roads had to be closed from williamsport. To the Philadelphia suburbs police. In bloomsburg set off a mandatory, evacuation siren late Monday for a few. Hundred people in. The West End of that town President Trump in New York state signed a mess of defense spending Bill at Fort. Hood fort drum that is saying that no longer will the military be underfund Tuesdays are over every day the army, is. Fighting, for us and now we are fighting for you one hundred percent the. President has reacted to the firing of, Peter Struck an FBI agent who had sent negative text messages. Against him our soccer megani reports the president's long bash stroke, for sending anti-trump text messages while a member. Of the special counsels Russia Prob- he, was immediately taken off the team after they, were discovered. Today the president wonders whether strucks. Firing means the investigation itself will be dropped though there's no indication that will happen prosecutors. In Florida have charged a white. Man with manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man whose video recorded shooting at a convenience store parking lot revived the debate over Florida's stand your ground law attorney Michelle Rainer represents. The family of marquess mcglockton Michael Drake period point blank is a cold blooded murderer and he took marquesses life without a second thought and we are so profoundly. Glad that the state attorney. Has decided to do the right, thing in charge the alleged Golden State. Killer in California. Former police officer James Dangelo spacing thirteenth count of murder police have linked them to the death of a college professor. Who was killed while trying to protect his daughter a wildfire closing off portions of Montana's glacier national park this is AP Radio news Tesla founder Elon Musk is confirming Saudi Arabia is his proposed partner in a bid to take the, auto company private mosque disclosed in a blog post that the money for him to by tesla from shareholders would come from, Saudi, Arabia's sovereign. Wealth fund but the financing is not all, in place must writes that he thought the deal was already done after July thirty, first meeting which is why he tweeted. Last week he would, take tesla, private announcement pushed the share, price up eleven percent leading to two lawsuits and possibly an SEC investigation into charges of stock. Price manipulation the Saudi fund recently bought nearly five percent of the electric car AP radio news I'm Jacky Quin residents in central and eastern Pennsylvania had to be. Rescued by emergency crews. After heavy rains triggered flash flooding roads had to be closed from williamsport to the Philadelphia suburbs police in, bloomsburg set off a mandatory evacuation siren. Late Monday for a few hundred people in the West End of that town President Trump in New, York state signed a mess of defense spending Bill at Fort Hood fort drum that is saying that no longer will the, military, be underfund. Tuesdays are over every day the army is, fighting for us and now we are fighting for you one hundred percent the president, has reacted to the firing of Peter. Struck an FBI agent, who had, sent negative text messages against, him our soccer megani reports the president's long bash struck for sending anti-trump text messages while a. Member of the special counsels Russia probe he was immediately taken off Off. The team after they were, discovered today the. President wonders whether strucks firing means the investigation itself will be dropped though there's no indication. That will happen prosecutors in Florida. Have charged a white man with manslaughter in the death of an unarmed black man whose video recorded shooting at a convenience store parking lot revived the debate over Florida's stand your ground law. Attorney Michelle Rainer represents the family of marquess mcglockton Michael period point blank is a cold blooded murderer and he took marquees says life without a second thought and. We are so profoundly glad. That the state attorney has decided, to do the right thing in charge. The alleged Golden. State killer in California former police officer James Dangelo spacing a thirteenth count of murder police have linked them the death. Of a college professor. Who was killed while trying to protect his daughter a wildfire closing off portions of Montana's glacier national park, this is AP radio news Tesla founder Elon Musk is confirming Saudi Arabia is his proposed partner in a bid to take the auto company private on musk disclosed in a blog post. That the money for him, to by tesla from shareholders would come from Saudi Arabia's sovereign wealth fund, but the financing is not all in. Place must writes that he thought the deal was already done after July thirty first meeting. Which is why he tweeted last week he would take tesla private you. Know it's been pushed the, share price up eleven. Percent leading to two lawsuits and possibly an SEC investigation. Into charges of stock price manipulation the, Saudi fund recently bought nearly five percent of the electric, car.

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"quin" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"quin" Discussed on AP News

"Quin u s productivity grew at an annual rate of just point four percent in the first quarter which was even weaker than initially estimated labor department says the january through march productivity increased was revised down from the point seven percent gain initially estimated a month ago the rise in productivity was only marginally better than the point three percent increase in the fourth quarter but below the two point six percent third quarter increased labor costs rose two point nine percent up from the initial estimate of a two point seven percent gain in the first quarter productivity which is a key factor determining how fast the economy can grow and how much living standards can increase has been anemic throughout the economic recovery a climate change conference with environmental and religious leaders is being hosted in greece by the spiritual leader of the world's orthodox christians accuse patriarch bartholomew dubbed the green patriarch for his support of environmental causes is on the greek island of betsy and seeking backing from other religious leaders in a global campaign to take action against climate change senior environmental experts are attending the event on the island about one hundred kilometers south west of athens when we know how to eat lean never agree and where to go burgers pizza talk as it is the one thing we do agree on we all want unlimited highspeed data that's why we switched to metro pcs stop by metro pcs with the whole family and get four lines with unlimited lt data for just one hundred dollars period metro pcs wireless figured out coverage not available in summaries requires me lie during congestion the fraction of customers using more than thirty five gigs per month may notice reduce speeds video streams at up to forty p not see store for details and terms and.

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"quin" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"quin" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Everything works together and if you're the golden state warriors they've been playing for on five since dollars gotten hurt four and five at both ends of the floor if you don't believe me simply watch who houston is going after because before he got hurt they were going after steph curry every time down the court putting him in isolation situations and since they dollar got hurts like man they keep going after jordan bell why is that they keep going after on looney kevon looney or quin cook or what's his name pacer hornet spur livingston no shoot nick gave it west you're like oh gee i almost feel like david west please get him off the court this is david west was a really good player for a really long time signed great player he's a really good chris paul made him a really good player he he can't play in this series so so this is where there's flashbacks to oklahoma city where every every time you put the ball on the floor you're playing against two guys there's another guy in your way jordan bell doesn't know where he's supposed to be he's in the way and so has he reacted well like no but there's also sometimes guys that are open for a reason and they're not looking to shoot and clay and staff are being manned up to where there's no nobody's helping off of the guys that can shoot and so they've really struggled with an houston's been allowed to play super physically defensively it's gotta make a shot and dublin off draymond as he's like i think two for eleven these didn't make the big one in in game five beta big one in game you're playing against basically two guys are in zone and three guys were in band man that's how houston is playing and it's really hard to get this it's really hard to go one on one and he has an adjusted well he just hasn't but that's in the in the makeup of this team you missed that one piece he changes.

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"quin" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"quin" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"It's right there in front of you because some coaches are great regular season coaches for longtime that was dan tony right dantonio epo longtime brad stevens right now he's elite as a regular season coach quin snyder but some coaches get bet are better for the postseason why and that's what ty lewis lie because he has to prepare for the postseason he knows that's his time to shine he's great would adjustments he's great with figuring out other teams and dissect them for seven game series some coaches like players have have things that they do better and this is his time this is time when he's at best he's one of the best right now at that at adjusting and finding a way to beat a team in series rather than just trying to win a game because games are won and lost in a regular seasons on a day's notice but it takes real studying observation of strengths and weaknesses how you can present your team in a best capacity and and what strategies can help you win those are done in the playoffs and and that's where he exceeds and that's where he's out coaching how coach able is lebron games like tonight he's that's that's what makes them great his ability to take his weaknesses and what he doesn't do well digest them and come back and be better and not and say digest because he can you can take it so you know what okay i wasn't doing that right he's not as arrogant as as one may think he is to be like you know what i'm doing everything out here in and how could you even say something to me now he digest everything every bit of information that you give him any in his strengths and weaknesses and he he puts together to put up performance out there that'd be better he's always trying to be better and that is where he's going to just keep rising on these charts because he's always trying to be the best version of himself so you think they win tonight i think they do i think they've found out how they can be successful and it's on the defensive in and once they take care of that then you get the performances from jr because jr's doing a great.

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"quin" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"quin" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"It's right there in front of you because some coaches are great regular season coaches for longtime that was dan tony right dantonio epo longtime brad stevens right now he's elite as a regular season coach quin snyder but some coaches get bet are better for the postseason why and that's what ty lewis lie because he has to prepare for the postseason he knows that's his time to shine he's great would adjustments he's great with figuring out other teams and dissect them for seven game series some coaches like players have have things that they do better and this is his time this is time when he's at best he's one of the best right now at that at adjusting and finding a way to beat a team in series rather than just trying to win a game because games are won and lost in a regular seasons on a day's notice but it takes real studying observation of strengths and weaknesses how you can present your team in a best capacity and and what strategies can help you win those are done in the playoffs and and that's where he exceeds and that's where he's out coaching how coach able is lebron games like tonight he's that's that's what makes them great his ability to take his weaknesses and what he doesn't do well digest them and come back and be better and not and say digest because he can you can take it so you know what okay i wasn't doing that right he's not as arrogant as as one may think he is to be like you know what i'm doing everything out here in and how could you even say something to me now he digest everything every bit of information that you give him any in his strengths and weaknesses and he he puts together to put up performance out there that'd be better he's always trying to be better and that is where he's going to just keep rising on these charts because he's always trying to be the best version of himself so you think they win tonight i think they do i think they've found out how they can be successful and it's on the defensive in and once they take care of that then you get the performances from jr because jr's doing a great.

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"quin" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"quin" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

"A little bit there y'all have made me think of the reverse in how important this game is for boston i'll go this far if boston loses tonight it's over thank yeah i mean they come back to boston three one down and it's you know who's not getting a lot of credit given a lot of credit and i have to to brad stevens but tied liu his ability to make adjustments defensively saw it in indiana serious switched up how he was guarding the pick and roll all people you know how hard it is to have to be able to coat lebron james updates down days when he feels like he's in the mood he's not getting credit watched it adjustments is going to take place in tonight's game defensively and offense for cleveland yet if not because lebron is because of what time lou been overshadowed by quin snyder and brad stevens tie lou out coach nate mcmillan in that series you go back tie who had a great series against the pacers i think we're looking so much at all these other coaches because let's be honest curse famous antonis famous brand ron coaches the calf you know what those with bill jack if you look at i did a thing right and i don't know where it's at is in there somewhere tied lose first fifty games in playoffs all right he's won thirty he's tied with phil jackson thirty seven and thirteen he's ahead of pet roddy and the head of gregg popovich all of them had transformational players all of them walked in and they had somebody there but of course they get overshadow yeah because they had these superstars don't get the credit entitled right there and fifty game well right time when those not all of them probably have more talent all up and down the roster than thailand thailand got that job i had a friend who worked for the clippers and he said let me tell you among coaches tyler was very respected i think tyler gets overshadowed by higher profile coaches i think he's had a really good point.

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"quin" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"quin" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He does man quincy quin snyder is that's that's your new dim tomasulo i'm telling you that guy looks looks like everybody tim we'll talk to you next week thank you sir money i want you to look at his face right now he is the worst possible face and spokesman for dollarshaveclub like couldn't be worth what do you mean your face looks like it's rotting mondays that rot is growing from your face donlevatar tie finally found a guy who seems to be credible who imprint has lent to what i've been saying for a couple of years now that elon musk is a quack so i asked you what is your article say about him and he just keeps repeating he says he's a quack they just keep saying quack and then you ask him did you read the article and he says quack quack it's like talking to a duck stugatz elon musk is what's the headline because it's why you clicked on it and then you said get me this writer he's credible i don't know how to pronounce this word would you mind reading the headline eat lon musk is a messiah nick huckster like so he is like giving off messiah but he's a messiah fraud exactly of talking about huckster thank you these live live at our show with this to god's own espn radio caramel put it on the poll here as i see on the televisions and basketball we miss you rodney hood apologizing for not entering a game in the fourth quarter gave them put this on the poll is rodney hood gonna ever do anything in basketball that gets remembered more than refusing to enter a playoff game that was fairly amazing to watch if your rodney hood even understanding the temperament of athletes even understanding that within the team concept a lot of guys wanna get theirs and you could be selfish you cannot be on the team of lebron james refusing to enter game when you have been a career nobody playing in utah and you're an afterthought almost every game you've ever played in then there's two things remember one is when most players take umbrage of being put into a game it's usually just thirty seconds left and like dude i'm not gonna walk in there it was like seven minutes left in that game it was plenty of time for him to go out and get some cheap easy.

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"quin" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"quin" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"Great game last i remember the stats i i went on i watch some of the highlights the guy was ridiculous he scored 2 points he had a bunch of rebound rebounded had some assists it was like nine six five body had like three or four blocks in three or four steals he's is a force of nature ben simmons i think donovan mitchell's in the conversation for the reasons adam just walk you through this is the first rookie to lead his team in scoring on a 10game win streak since on but a butcher it banned radio host bill i not karim might be doctor jay totally but it's there is a great get off ever just taking their word for it rather than you what he is i mean mitchell's bill lestari's minutes does been kind of quiet i think he should absolutely be in the rookie of the year conversation and at the jazz it's an f but it they squeak into the playoffs if they make the postseason quin snyder has to be a coach of the year candidate just like eric's bolster very deservedly so was coal if i remember correctly which i may not based on this in my village about this at my my memory but as walter i think was co go to the your last year with d'antoni quin snyder in the mitchell great success stories people aren't paying enough attention to bill lighters five things you need to know lawns cbs sports radio 's later than you i mean that's a that's a really interesting team to watch and the other thing i'll say is to get another win losing rodney hood that that's a that's a loss man i mean that's a team that obviously they lose gordon hayward last year i i.

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"quin" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"quin" Discussed on The Sidelines with Evan Daniel

"You mentioned quin snyder is it means that help you sleep a little better at night when i have a veteran point guard if it really is a i don't even think you can put a value on that i mean it's to have a guy who got thrown into the wolves as a freshman when chris jones with team and took us to the elite eight in then played up extensively as a sophomore started almost every game last year is a junior and a captain this year has been through the wringer i mean it just a a really can and put it into words me he he knows he's got to be an extension to me on the court would what i want hubbard what is expected he brings that every day and does his job after all that's happened in the last two weeks no rick pitino brian bowen suspended our expectations for this team any different i don't know of expectations are uh i think these guys have high expectations for themselves i don't know i don't think the fan base will put unrealistic expectations on him because you don't use a hall of fame head coach got a first time head coach either that obviously plays big factor but it's the end of the day i mean we're still top fifteen top team in most people's eyes so i think i think these guys are just focused on taking it one game at a time not looking ahead not worrying about the future and just enjoying their freshman sophomore junior senior basketball in investors what i've had some do look don't worry about the future anonymous notes in store focus on this year's we don't want to look back and say on which we would have given more d do you feel any pressure been spots i don i mean we've it's only the second we could practice i'm sure you know november twelve i think it is one in which civil overs george mason i'll probably be a nervous wreck put you know it's i just want these kids to being a position.

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"quin" Discussed on The Woj Pod

The Woj Pod

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"quin" Discussed on The Woj Pod

"Welcome into the vertical podcast with woge powered by digital media i'm here in salt lake city visiting with quin snyder in a rare extended interview with the coach of the utah jazz after a fifty one victory regular season and a sevengame playoff series win over the los angeles clippers snyder continues to evolve into one of the most respected coaches in the league for quin snyder and general manager denis lindsay the next step in this jazz transformation is unmistakable convincing allstar forward gordon hayward to pass on the likes of boston in miami in summer free agency and sign a long term extension to stay with utah snyder talks about coaching hayward the possibilities of future together and also looks back in what's been a winding journey from a fall from grace of missouri the finding himself in the nba's developmental league to rebuilding his career as an nba assistant coach snyder opened up publicly for the first time in years so here's my visit with quin snyder coach at the utah jazz parents salt lake city with jazz coach quin snyder quinn argument from doing good thank you your season ends quinn i know you have not gotten away it's hard to get away in this job even the offseason you've got a young family you decided this after the warriors series to get away central america i know you're back in the office now how long had it been since you packed up the family liked at the end of the year and headed out.

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