35 Burst results for "Rays"

Bahamas AG Defends Its Crypto Savvy in Wake of FTX Crash

The Breakdown

01:53 min | 16 hrs ago

Bahamas AG Defends Its Crypto Savvy in Wake of FTX Crash

"To sum up where we left off, the last non interview show was Saturday November 19th. At that point, we had discussed how the $420 million meme raise went directly into Sam's pockets, how Sam's white collar crime lawyers had fired him as a client, how the SEC, the CFTC, and the DoJ all said their investigating, and how new CEO chief overseeing the restructuring John ray claimed that the bahamian bankruptcy was at odds with the U.S. process and further that given that The Bahamas asked for FTX to transfer some assets to them after the chapter 11 bankruptcy was declared that they might actively be compromised as well. And this gets us to one of the stranger dimensions of this whole conflict, which is the international dimension. On Sunday Night, Ryan pinder, who's The Bahamas attorney general, as well as the senator and the minister for legal affairs, made a national address detailing the nation's view of the FTX collapse. One might hope that he would use this as a chance to denounce the fraudulent practices that the company perpetuated. But, alas. That is not what we saw. Instead, pinder characterized the collapse as a quote insolvency crisis, which has been, quote, experienced around the world in practically every sector. He claimed the case should be properly understood as a quote very large business failure as a result of questionable internal management practices and corporate governance. He viewed the catalyst of the FTX collapse as the exchange suffering a liquidity crunch or a run on the bank. And of course, we've seen this framing in media sources as well. Basically blaming binance CEO CZ for instigating a bank run on a competitor and treating the collapse as a normal corporate failure rather than asking why FTX failed to be able to service customer withdrawals, especially given that their terms of service laid out the customer funds were held on trust rather than used for other purposes. Now, sidebar, this is one of the most important things to be paying attention to right now. As relating this entire situation. It is extremely clear that Sam is trying to turn this story his FTX story into one of managerial and competence rather than fraud and deception. This is to be clear another lie.

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How Fossil Fuels Can Help Address Climate Change With Alex Epstein

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:36 min | 1 d ago

How Fossil Fuels Can Help Address Climate Change With Alex Epstein

"I mean, one of the varying genius points you make, which I really like is, you know, there are people who defend fossil fuels and they do it by minimizing or just poo pooing the notion of climate change. What you say in the book is look, I'm not denying climate change, but I am making the point that fossil fuels can help us to deal with climate change. In other words, you know, it's not necessarily the idea of like, let's try to blot out the sun, not prevent the sun's rays from getting to the earth. There's actually a more sensible way to deal with climate change. how fossil fuels paradoxically can help address climate change. It's even I'm glad you brought that up. It's even stronger than that because if we start with reality, which is how you began this whole interview, the reality is that human beings are far safer from climate than we've ever been. And this seems insane if you look at the news, but it seems obvious if you look in practice. Like would you rather live in the winter a hundred years ago or now? Would you rather live in the summer, a hundred years ago or now? Would you rather live through a storm a hundred years ago or now? And what you get is that wait, there's our climate conditions. That's one thing. And then there's our ability to master those conditions. And what matters the most is our ability to master it. And we can quantify this. We have climate related disaster death statistics that tell us how many people are dying of extreme heat, extreme cold storms, floods, wildfires, et cetera. And those deaths, this is shocking to people and it was shocking to me when I learned it. But those deaths are down 98% in the last hundred years,

Razorfist: Trump Is Not an Ideologue, He's a Pragmatist

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:55 min | 5 d ago

Razorfist: Trump Is Not an Ideologue, He's a Pragmatist

"What is the politics today? We've got Bannon's famous explication that we're actually talking about dueling populism. We're talking about the Bernie Bros left wing populism and we're talking about the America first populism that is actually about the nation state might be an oversimplification, but if we talk about our side, the good side rays of fist, who are we, you mentioned the word paleo cons, are we paleo cons? Are we liberals in the classic sense of a hundred years ago? Or are we something completely new and dare we use this label of populism? Because the left has done a bloody good job to turn that into a pejorative, to say that being popular with the voters is a bad thing. So have you got a new tax on me for us or is that a waste of time? Is that talking about how many angels dance on the head of a pin? Well, I mean, I'll tell you exactly what we are. An existential threat to democracy. Obviously. No, I do think that really what it is fundamentally is a populist movement with kind of a backdrop couched somewhat in paleo conservatism. I think there's a paleo conservative bent to it. But Trump is, again, you would know this better than anyone. Trump is not an ideologue. He's not. He's a pragmatist at the end of the day. He wants what is best for the nation fundamentally. This is what he's driven by. And he's not a guy who's going to bark his principles to the moon and be utterly unbending on them. And so his movement necessarily is more about the principle behind it and responding to the condition of the nation than it actually is. It's not, which is distinct incidentally from it being a reactionary movement, because it's not, again, as I pointed out, it existed long before Trump.

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New CEO Calls FTX 'Unprecedented' Mess in Filing

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

New CEO Calls FTX 'Unprecedented' Mess in Filing

"The executive who cleaned up enron says FTX is even worse John ray the third has experienced dealing with corporate meltdowns He had to sort out the mess at enron when it failed Ray was named the new CEO at FTX following the dramatic collapse of the cryptocurrency exchange earlier this month In the filing he describes a complete failure of a multi-billion dollar business with compromise integrity with control concentrated quote in the hands of a very small group of inexperienced unsophisticated and potentially compromised individuals Ray says after the company's short billions of dollars was hit with the digital equivalent of a bank run only $740 million in cryptocurrency has

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FBI Director: Focus Is on Domestic Terrorism, Not Global Threats

Mark Levin

01:53 min | Last week

FBI Director: Focus Is on Domestic Terrorism, Not Global Threats

"Have Christopher ray excuse me mister producer Cut 25 Cut 15 go So we have been working hard on it but we do need more resources in this space and our fiscal 22 budget specifically asks for more resources to help address the domestic terrorism threat Yes the domestic terrorism threat the open borders now We know terse have been caught which means terrorists have gotten through so why Where generous humanitarian country terrorists deserve social security They deserve three square religiously appropriate meals a day What's the problem Domestic terrorism you know like maga Like Republicans they should get no more resources They're blowing all their resources going after middle aged men and women from January 6th No I'm not talking about violent people You know exactly who I'm talking about No no more resources And they're very very busy with their S.W.A.T. teams Oh We've got so many people left in the former administration that we have to S.W.A.T. away at Knock on their doors and then there's the pro life community Oh my God on top of that you have no idea how our agents are overworked We've got maga we've got pro life We've got January 6th We've got we don't have time for the border We don't have time for the communist Chinese and the fascistic Russians And the islamo Nazi Iranians we don't have time for those governments We're very very busy As you know

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Ron Johnson: Does Biden Corruption Report Have Russian Disinformation?

Mark Levin

01:10 min | Last week

Ron Johnson: Does Biden Corruption Report Have Russian Disinformation?

"Here's Ron Johnson at a hearing today with Christopher wray the Stassi director Cut four go Have you read sander grassley's and my report on Hunter Biden's corruption Issued in September of 2020 in November of 2020 Have you read those reports I have had a chance to look at it Do you see any sign of Russian disinformation in those reports That would be a hard question for me to answer No it's very easy It's very easy What I would say to you It's very easy answer There is no Russian disinformation That report is completely clean of any interference of foreign influence Although we have been falsely accused including by the chairman of this committee of spreading Russia disinformation But what is this idiot ray mean That would be a hard question for me to answer Says he looked at the reports He didn't read the report No no no no He would only read a dossier handed to the FBI if he could get his hands on another one This is outrageous

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Ron Johnson Does the Work Mitch McConnell Won't

Mark Levin

01:58 min | Last week

Ron Johnson Does the Work Mitch McConnell Won't

"Our man Ron Johnson I love Ron Johnson I wish we knew who the ten senators were who voted against McConnell But as I added up the numbers some of our friends had to have voted for him Some of our friends had to have voted for him Like Rand Paul I'm guessing I'd love to know what Ted bud did and some of the others I don't know Next time they're on the show I suppose I'll ask them But FBI director ray is in front of the Senate And he is a useless witness He plays rope a dope And he's playing with fire Because he's running the American Stassi Which has been utterly completely politicized he gets briefings on this stuff every morning early in the morning I know I used to work over at the Justice Department He also sits in the big senior executive meetings with the attorney general and his political hack staff And it's just amazing How corrupt this has become Senator Ron Johnson at a hearing today was their Russian disinformation on my Hunter Biden report because remember Ron Johnson really was leading the effort in that regard in the Senate I think one of the reasons he dislikes McConnell's McConnell gave him no support whatsoever None There's no official investigative activity in the Senate Who's doing it McConnell has no desire to do any of it Let me just tell you something Mitch I'm going to be on your ass for the next two years whether you like it or not

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Finally, Great News for Mayor Giuliani and Victoria Toensing

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:37 min | Last week

Finally, Great News for Mayor Giuliani and Victoria Toensing

"Jennifer, Victoria town Singh, welcome back to mark the first one on one. Oh, it's always great to be back here. Need to be with you. Why was anybody surprised at president Trump made that announcement? Before yesterday. I mean, people were asking me, is he going to is he yeah, he's going to. Of course. You guys would have surprised, right? No, no, not at all. All right, let's start with some very, very good news that we managed to preview yesterday before you're right. You got some very good. Well, you didn't receive good news indirectly you found out about some good news concerning you in America's mayor. So please share. My lawyers got a letter that the case was over. It was oh, good. So tell us what happened to you and how it all fell apart for Biden's DoJ. Yeah, let me give you a quick background. In 2019, Rudy Giuliani called me and said, I'd like you to represent the prosecutor general, which is like the equivalent of attorney general. Of Ukraine because he's coming to me for representation. I have conflict. I represent Trump, but would you please do it? Because he wants to provide evidence of Biden, family corruption in Ukraine, and also Victor shoken, who Biden got fired because he was investigating burisma and Hunter Biden. That absolutely infamous moment, that video whereby he says. I'm going to hold back this $1 billion credit loan from America unless you fire Victor shokin and then Biden says son of a gun. He fired him. So so clever. So they were coming to say Biden's corrupt. And at that time, Rudy and I didn't think Biden would run because of all of this stuff that we had. And then representation never came through because there were threats and we were going to go to Ukraine to talk with them and the U.S. ambassador. Yovanovitch said she wouldn't protect us if we came. And so forth. So the U.S. ambassador said you're on your own. Right. And there's threats against you. The same U.S. ambassador, by the way, I'm sorry. That's the fight. We're going down rabbit warrens already, but the same use ambassador who we found out illegally tasked the State Department to monitor the social media council. And including my account, John Cena. John Solomon, Donald Trump Jr.'s because I guess that's what the State Department does monitor U.S. citizens. So what did that all develop into? So I didn't think anything more of it. They representation never came through. And I continued with my life. And so you can imagine my surprise. In April of 2021, when Merrick Garland and Chris ray sent the FBI to my house, our

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Democrats Fundraising Crushes Republicans in Senate Races

The Officer Tatum Show

01:22 min | Last week

Democrats Fundraising Crushes Republicans in Senate Races

"Can you guess? How much more freaking money did Mark Kelly raise over Blake masters? Can you guess? I want you to put a number in your mind right now. And I'm guarantee you what I'm about to tell you about the blow that number out the water. Mark Kelly ray 73 million dollars. 73 million. Blake masters raised 9 million. I'm about to walk out the set. I'm about to walk off the set. I'm about to walk off the show. 73 million versus 9 million, of course there's mastro. 46 million. 12 million. The Hassan and New Hampshire, 36 million. Balduk. I think it's how you say his name, boulder. 2 million. Fetterman 52 million. Doctor Oz 37 million. Warnock 75 million. Herschel Walker 32 million. That's why they beating us. They are smoking us. In raising money and we think it's voter fraud alone.

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Caller Reports That a Candidate Was Missing on His Ballot

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller Reports That a Candidate Was Missing on His Ballot

"Sal have you been out to vote yet? Yes, I was into this morning. And a candidate that I wanted to vote for was not on my ballot. Well, who are you trying to vote for? Amy, Jennifer white, she's running for House Senate seat against Teresa piers, Democrat. And I asked the gentleman after I put my ballot in the box, I told them my candidate that I wanted to vote for was none of my ballot. And he didn't have an explanation. When I got home, I called the town manager left the voicemail. I called you a show, spoke to grace. I called my local TV station W CSH. They got back to me and gave me the name of John Osborne of the DoJ. I spoke to him, he told me to call a Secretary of State, which I did. I spoke to two people there with no satisfaction. I called the FBI. I was on hold for 20 minutes. Never got through. I talked to the Jennifer white office. And ray ritcheson, I couldn't reach, but something is wrong, okay? Now, if I were you, I would call her campaign office and let her know about that. I mean, if there's a candidate, if there's a candidate on the ballot or who's supposed to be on the ballot and her name is not on the ballot, that is something that I would be fired up as if I were a candidate. So my encouragement to you, Sal, reach out to the campaign, and let's see, let's see what they tell you.

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Microsoft's Fred Humphries Tells Us About His Background

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:23 min | Last month

Microsoft's Fred Humphries Tells Us About His Background

"One of the things that I've always done. Especially when I've interviewed a lot of folks who people know, I want them to know the people in my podcast and whether you have a public figure that is in the news all the time or someone who's never, but around I want people to know because when I hear so much and I have a lot of different age groups listening, I want them to know that if they put their minds up they can do it. So Fred, give us a little background about where you came from, how you got here, just let us know you a little bit. I absolutely will. I'm going to do I'm trying to do the short story. Aspect, I was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. But fast forward, I was raised in Tennessee, raised in Nashville, Tennessee, great place for good country music and when I was growing up, it was more on the production side than it was on the go see a show, you know, get some good entertainment and Nashville has changed. And went to morehouse college in Georgia and Atlanta, Georgia. My wife of 35 years is from Macon, Georgia. I get there making a fair amount to see my mother in law. Went on to temple law school in Philadelphia, came back home to Tennessee, and like yourself, I have a commitment to community. I have a commitment to trying to make a contribution to society. And I think one of the places you could do that is in government. I worked for a governor, governor Ned ray mcwhorter. For 6 years, I did something that I really enjoyed. And I think about this when I think about this podcast, I was on radio station LAC 1510 a.m. in Nashville on Sunday. I had a talk show Doug, you probably didn't know. And I only had it for a few months because I ended up moving to D.C.. I looked forward for every Sunday, but I would tell you, like you have to do, preparation for a talk show is like, okay, I got 30 minutes. I got to figure out what I would say. I had an open line, and then I'm like, you know, okay, you want to get callers. Oh my gosh. The amount of time I spent on that for the 30 minutes was unbelievable,

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Reasons.org's Dr. Hugh Ross Gives Specific Examples of Fine-Tuning

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:56 min | Last month

Reasons.org's Dr. Hugh Ross Gives Specific Examples of Fine-Tuning

"Am overjoyed to be speaking with my guest doctor Hugh Ross. He's the head of reasons to believe ministries has written many, many books on how science and faith are not just compatible, but by how science increasingly points to the clear I should say points to the idea that there is a God who designed the universe and it's become overwhelming the evidence from science. Before we get to the redemptive part that you were just mentioning, doctor Ross, could you explain to the most inspiring fine tuning details? Because a lot of times when I'm talking about this, I'm not a scientist, but people want examples. What do you mean by fine tuning? Give me an example. And if you're talking about the four fundamental laws of physics, that's a little tough for people. They don't normally think in terms of the four fundamental laws. But what is something in terms of fine tuning that maybe people can get their heads around? Well, I'll share one with you that I included just before the book went to press. It was a paper published in the scientific literature where they said, when we look at the early sun, it's pouring out particle radiation, gamma ray and x-ray and flaring activity, about a 100,000 times greater than we see today. And normally this would have sputtered away all of earth's water in all of Earth's atmosphere and our planet would have been permanently sterile. But what happened instead as our solar system started off with 5 rocky planets, mercury, Venus, earth, Mars, and the planet theia. But early in the solar system's history, theia and the Proto earth collided with one another. Made the earth bigger and created a debris cloud around the earth that's coalesced to meet the moon.

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Dinesh D'Souza: Understanding Election Fraud Versus Voter Fraud

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | Last month

Dinesh D'Souza: Understanding Election Fraud Versus Voter Fraud

"I think he was trying to make the case that there have only been a dozen or so convictions of election fraud. And I was trying to get him to admit, you don't need a lot of election fraud to upend an election. The brilliant devious diabolical talking point from the left has been, well, there wasn't widespread election fraud. 2000 mules shows, first of all, there was, but second of all, you know, how much fraud should be acceptable to the American people if it's a little bit of fraud and Biden wins by a little bit as he did in key battleground states, it does the trick. Yeah, I think that Adrian is confusing voter fraud with election fraud. So voter fraud is let's just say that some guy in Tucson who says I'm going to vote three times. I moved from three different places. My name is on the rolls and all three places. I can get away with voting three times. That's voter fraud. That's not going to tip an election. Election fraud is an organized mechanism. Typically in so called swing states. Why? Because those are the ones that tip the balance. So the other point about it is that the court cases and convictions are an infinitesimal reflection of what's actually happening. It's not only saying that what 12 drug convictions and Memphis, therefore, only 12 people in Memphis use drugs. I mean, this would just be absurd in any other context, yet somehow the same kind of recycled nonsense is asserted about election fraud. Election fraud cases are notoriously difficult to catch. And law enforcement traditionally doesn't look there. You know, they're looking for people who rob banks and they're looking for embezzlers and they're looking for and obviously looking for Jamie ray 6 protesters, but they're not looking to see ways in which the election system is manipulated.

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Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing Talk Special Committees

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:22 min | Last month

Joe DiGenova and Victoria Toensing Talk Special Committees

"You probably know an individual, a troublemaker who goes by the name of Matt Gaetz, invited me to the members dining room two weeks ago just to put the cat amongst the pigeons of the Democrats. Ask for my advice on a special committee to investigate Hunter Biden after the midterms. You say, subpoenas have to be issued the director ray have to be sworn in and testify. Where do you stand on this question of special commissions, vice using judiciary to look into corruption? Well, I think special committees are fine. I would keep them relatively small. They don't have to be big, keep them small, give them subpoena power. Make sure that the enabling resolution that passes the house gives them all the authority that they need. Make sure that there are twice as many Republicans as Democrats on the committee because that's what the Democrats did. Yes. They didn't play fair. So there's no reason to play fair with them. And the speaker gets to choose every member. Pelosi did. And the other thing is, is that they must, again, I can't emphasize that they have to issue subpoenas. None of this request to testify stuff. If subpoenas from day one. They also have special settings. Are you on the side of a special committee? Of course. Okay. I'm with my hubby here. But what the rules I was talking about earlier, they have to bring in counsel for

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Alvarez hits 3-run HR vs Ray in 9th, Astros jolt M's in ALDS

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Alvarez hits 3-run HR vs Ray in 9th, Astros jolt M's in ALDS

"The Houston Astros took a one zero series lead when Gordon Alvarez kept a thrilling comeback with a walk off three run Homer in an 8 7 win over the Seattle Mariners Houston trailed 7 three in the 8th but scored two in that inning before Alvarez won it in the 9th Astros manager dusty baker Boy I mean the baseball world had to be excited I knew the town is excited Our team's excited If you're not a baseball fan after watching that It was a good chance You'll tune in tomorrow Alex Bregman and yuli goriel hit home runs for Houston while ty France had a three hit day for Seattle Adam Spillane Houston

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Stevenson, Patriots' D back Zappe in 29-0 win over Lions

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | Last month

Stevenson, Patriots' D back Zappe in 29-0 win over Lions

"The Patriots were winners in Bailey's first NFL start Blanking the lion's 29 zero Zappy fumbled and had an interception but he also completed 17 of 21 passes for 188 yards Defense push a shutout Holland played played really well receivers played well It was a team effort today and it was nice to get to win Raman ray Stevenson rushed for a career best 161 yards and Kyle Duggar returned to fumble 59 yards for a TD Jacoby Myers had 7 receptions for 111 yards and a touchdown Jared Goff was 19 to 35 for 229 yards one interception and a fumble for the one in four lions I'm Dave ferry

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Gonzalez's 15th-inning HR lead Guardians past Rays for sweep

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last month

Gonzalez's 15th-inning HR lead Guardians past Rays for sweep

"Oscar Gonzalez launched a leadoff Homer off Corey Kluber in the 15th inning Giving the guardians a one zero victory and a two game sweep of the rays The Rookie ended the longest scoreless game in postseason history belting the 432nd pitch in a nearly 5 hour contest Tampa Bay also struck out 20 times on Saturday and went 9 for 78 with just one extra base hit in the series Guardians reliever scattered four hits after Tristan McKenzie allowed just two while feigning 8 over 6 innings only four runs were scored in the series I'm Dave fairy

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Biden's Pardons for Marijuana Possession Injects Issue Into Midterms

The Officer Tatum Show

01:40 min | Last month

Biden's Pardons for Marijuana Possession Injects Issue Into Midterms

"And I don't know why they think people so dumb. I know why they think black people are so dumb. I don't understand. He decided that he wants to decriminalize marijuana. And he's going to say that he's going to forgive a pardon every single person who has a federal charge of possession of marijuana. Let me school you real quick, Joe Biden. Most people that are being affected by marijuana possession are also being charged with other more heinous crimes. Marijuana, I don't know a person sitting in jail for having some weed and in the center console. I don't know nobody sitting in jail today. That's doing actual time in jail for having a joint. I don't know a person. But what happens is that ray ray got a stolen gun and he got weed. Somebody did a home invasion and then they fit, you know, they find out that they got ten, 20 pounds of weed in their house. That's how you go to prison. You don't go to prison for a little joint. Or if you've been committing crimes and this is your third strike. That's how you go to jail for a significant amount of time. And ladies and gentlemen, it's not going to do anything. Most people that are in prison right now, you know, that have anything to do with marijuana that's doing time is because they committed other violent crimes. You can partner that off the record, but they still doing life in prison for murder. You can partner off their record and still doing a significant amount of time in prison for aggravated assault.

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"rays" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"And this is space time. Still to come. Understanding the depth of Jupiter's great red spot, and the sun's new solar cycle off with a bang with the biggest solar flare so far all that and more store to come on spacetime..

"rays" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"But you're right, it's like, this is a gamer. The stakes are high, but the game's still happens like baseball does, and sometimes that means you get something really thrilling. And sometimes you get a four hour clunker and you still have to write a game story about it because it's the World Series, whereas if that game happened in June, we would never talk about it. Like Vancouver would not devote feature coverage to that. It just wouldn't happen. But it does give you it gives you fun little things along the way, where it's like, oh, you know, Jay gets to write about how many inexperienced relatively inexperienced pictures have started games like here you go with that, you know. Yeah, Devin gets to write about Martine Maldonado and like everyone's really fascinated by that stuff because it's the World Series whereas before you might be like, oh, do we need to write about Martin Maldonado? No. Usually not, except for. It's interesting that the Astros have kept a ran be given to service line and you're like, well, obviously he has some other qualities that are very positive. But just that little move and like him recognizing like, I'm probably not gonna get a hit. Right. I'm gonna try to do something else. It's great. Every single part of it is great. Unless you're in Atlanta fan, but even then you have to appreciate this is weird. Yeah, surely you can appreciate the strategy. I mean, maybe not right now, but in a couple of weeks, you'll be like, oh yeah, that Martine on the not a thing was good. I'm glad you reminded me of a rosarina stealing home because I had forgotten that. And I was so excited about it at the moment in the moment. I was like, this is the best, basically. Oh, yeah. I mean, a rosarito and hellmann game one and then luplow hitting a Grand Slam again. I had the World Series video like being edited in my head and I was like, we've got our first two highlights, and I'll tell you what, two highlights. That's the video packages. And one ball off the wall in Fenway Park. Yeah, I mean, they were they were highlights, though, at least the ball off the wall in Fenway doesn't get to be anyone else's highlight. That's something I guess, right? I strongly regret bringing that play up in the first place. I was not very happy about it in the environment. Well, Jeff, I am mindful of the time and that you have to go back to doing baseball stuff even if we won't see the effects of that baseball stuff for a couple of months. But I would say what do you have to plug but you have the rays to plug as like a franchise to root for. So instead, I will ask, is there any pop culture that you have engaged with recently that you've really liked that our listeners should consider as the off season approaches here? We just watched it follows the other day, which has been Afro like 7 years, so I'm probably not the right person to ask. Okay. Yeah, I'm like woefully behind on TV. I make time for bake off because it makes me feel happy when I have to work late. Wait, why are you so sleepy today when there was no World Series yesterday? I know there's like a full editing schedule, but I hope that you caught up on a little bit of sleep. I did. I got like I went to bed at like 9 30 last place. I would have been at 9, beat you. Yeah, I went to bed at like 9 30 last night and then woke up at like 7 15 to run the site. So I did get a full night's sleep last night, which was great and sorely needed, but it's like, you know, it's like the cumulative effect of the month, I think, is really what wears on you. And to be clear, my job, it's not like I'm not plowing a field or mining coal or anything. But I have worked probably 35 days in a row. I mean, this I'm sure is people can understand if they give it a moment's thought. Like when the cubs won the World Series and 7 games are like when the Astros beat the Dodgers and that crazy World Series 7 games, like I remember, you know, of course being in a position not unlike yours and seeing that stuff happen. And the more historic it gets, I remember just thinking like yeah. Oh, I have to work so much harder on this. Yeah. Given it's due, but just as a fan, as you're watching this stuff, take place. Just understand the media that's covering it. They're all very tired. Yeah, they're all right. It's a long month. Yeah, it's a great job and even great jobs make you tired, so, you know, we fully admit to the first thing while also acknowledging the second. And yeah, I don't know, like we'll just we'll just rest eventually, probably. We'll sleep when we're dead. I don't know. We're all trying to sleep more, but we fail pretty often. Okay, so I guess as a plug, I don't know when this is gonna go up. It's maybe before game 6 of the World Series. Those of you listening, if you could just write your local congressperson and get them to maybe submit that the rays should still be in the World Series, we could. I mean, we haven't had meetings about this, but I think it would be super. Yeah. Those of you who are feeling a little sympathetic to the cause, maybe pitch in a little bit. And together we can do this. Yeah, you want some legislative intervention. That makes sense, you'd need a couple days pause to get everyone back together because I imagine that players have gone home to their off season homes, but it seems it.

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Red Sox Beat

01:57 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Yeah, it's a terrible look it was the terrible loss at the end of a terrible road trip in which they had started by getting swept in Tampa by the rays right at the trade. Socks were actually in first place when that series started. They lost first place for good that I believe they went to Detroit. And I think they lost two out of three. Two out of three. Yeah, and then I think they managed to come up with your honor they split the four game series. They lost three out of four, but just yeah, just they lost three out of four. Yeah. Yeah, the Sunday game that was a terrible loss. A terrible road trip. The Red Sox, look, they were on the brink of just falling apart. And they found a way, man. They found a way like they did all year to kind of get up off the now and they look like they were sinking and that's what I'm saying they did in Washington also. And they did it in this Tampa Bay series. So it's kind of a theme with this team. It's just their resilience. Well, I want everybody to do themselves a favor, especially if you're a Red Sox fan and follow Ian brown's coverage of the Red Sox as they advance to the 2021 American League championship series by virtue of a three games to one victory over Tampa Bay and the American League divisional series. Nobody does the Red Sox any better. And covers them any better than one Ian M Brown with an E at the end on Twitter. Make sure you follow him. Also follow his coverage on Red Sox dot com and MLB dot com. In your great friend, obviously, you know that. And it's always a blast having you on Red Sox beat podcast. This is great talking to a lot of fun talking Red Sox with you and it's been a series. This season has been a thrill ride and no matter what happens going forward. In this next round, I don't think you can say enough about this 2021 Red Sox team. Sometimes the best rides are the unexpected ones and that's what I've come to now. Yeah, you're damn right about that charge. Want to thank everybody for.

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Red Sox Beat

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Let me ask you, do you think are they realistically expecting anything out of Matt Barnes? No, tracks. He's an utter mess right now. And I say this, it's tough to say, 'cause I like that. As respectfully as you can possibly say yes, which is a good guy, stand up guy, but watching him pitch tracks in game one or no, no, I came on game two. Right. He came on in the 9th inning and threw a 33 pitch 9th inning with an 8 run lead. For all you're trying to do is just throw strikes and he couldn't do his mechanics. I don't know if you saw it right here. He was following off the mound. He had no idea where his fastball was going. So I think sour Mora, they're going to go sour more or Darwin's international as you're not going to see that barn, I'll be shocked if he's on the ALCS roster. Remember, he got put on the DS roster is what Garrett Richard strained his hamstring in. Correct off that roster. Richards is again unavailable for the ALCS because of the MLB rule that if you get pulled off in the middle of a round, you have to miss the next round. But I think sour more is the guy for next year. He's been solid for the Steve ball year, but Barnes, you just hope the game a two year extension with a third year option. You just hope that he can re gather this off season and figure it out for next year because, you know, you hate to see guys who are in their head this much and it's just like a mental thing with him more than physical right now. Where he just he just can't get out of his own way right now. So it's been this guy's their best reliever in the first half of the season. He made the all star. Yes. I mean, that's what's just stunning about how it's completely fallen off the table for Barnes. Yeah, yeah. So again, track, I just don't think that they can I don't think there's enough time to salvage him here in 2021. Probably not. I also want to bring up some perspective on Tampa. They didn't have Tyler glass now. Tommy John surgery. They didn't have Blake Snell, and they didn't have Charlie Morton. Those are three big pieces of the 2020 American League champion. Ship Tampa Bay Rays that were out of the rotation and that they had to find a way to replace. And they just didn't have the depth in the rotation to do it. And good on the Red Sox to take advantage of that. Do you just hit on why Kevin cash is the overwhelming favorite for the AL manager of the year?.

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Red Sox Beat

05:54 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"It was going out of play rather than trying to sell out and make the scoop. And then now you're really set up. And now you bring up Kiki Hernandez. Who's your hottest hitter? Good for Kiki for not trying to be the hero to the Grand Slam. He's like, once he was great talking about this after the game, he said, once corps brought gammy Santana and to run for baskets at third, he said, now, she was clear. I don't need a really deep fly ball. Hernandez is hilarious, by the way, the post gave press conference that I needed a home run to score Christian from third. But, you know, he had the little 300 foot fly ball, play at the plate, not even close, and then the Red Sox walk off and they're in the, you know, they're in the ALCS, so just a wild two days if then white tracks. And it was fantastic baseball to watch on television. Once you got drawn back into the game, once the rays made it a game. And that's why I thought, you know, Wanda Franco, I think brought a lot of eyeballs back into or onto FS1. I'm sure people at 5 nothing and with Iran really essentially cruising through 5 innings. They were on the Monday Night Football. They might have flipped onto the Giants and Dodgers early on. And then, you know, you check your phone and all of a sudden, the rays are coming back. And then boom, that's what happened. I'm speaking with Ian Brown, of course, of Red Sox dot com covering all things Red Sox for MLB dot com. Ian, I want to get to your point that you believe there is one person primarily responsible for this great turnaround. And it's not a player. It's manager Alex Quora. Why is that? Yeah, this guy tries to set the tone from the day he got back here. I remember just first Prescott impressed and saying, you know, they missed this. This guy is just he's full of fire. He knows how to get the most out of each guy in those roster. He has a way of relating to the players. He has a way of being demanding what the players, but not in a way where they feel like highway. They want to run through a wall for this guy. And, you know, he just just the way he manages them in October also. He's a riverboat gambler, man. He's growing and starting pitching he's throwing Tanner house for 5 innings. You know, in game two, after sale gives up the Grand Slam and you think the.

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"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Can follow him on Twitter at Ian M Brown with an E at the end all one word. That's Ian. M, B R O W N E welcome back Ian, have you gotten your rest after a victorious games three and four? I did track. My goal today was not to have to set an alarm clock and I didn't and I just got a great sleep for the first time in days. That's great. But it's been an exhausting ride tracks. You know you've covered in the playoff runs to know. Just how tired it's mentally and physically tiring, man. You get into this thing. There's like a different intensely level that rats it's up for the players and it ratchets up for the media too. And there's no question about that. And you made the point before we started recording, so I'll give you the props, even though I was thinking the same thing, damn it. And that is that the last two nights of watching the Red Sox. As we both have, you in person and me from afar has been like the 2003 ALCS games for and 5 very, very similar field, both at Fenway Park in O three and both at Fenway, of course, this time as the Red Sox eliminate the rays three games to one. It was really amazing to me how much of a throwback it was. Yeah, actually, all four was the one I was talking about. I'm sorry, oh four, yes, yeah. But yeah, I mean, in O four, you had that 12 in a game. They're down three O and you had the 12 inning game in game four that Dave Roberts knew to steal the base and then poppy hit the walk off and then here in game three, you have a 13 inning game when they seem to be in control of the game and then lost the lead of the 8th inning and then Christian brasca is a ball. You got to love the unlikely heroes tracks. I know you get counters too. But I do. He was the 8th catcher and posted history to hit a walk off Homer in a playoff game and it was he hadn't hit a Homer in a month. And basketball just one of those guys that he gives you something kind of when you least he's a warrior..

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Red Sox Beat

05:01 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Ends October 10th back with Alex barth of 98 5 the sports hub and you can follow them on Twitter at real Alex barth, apparently doesn't know how to center himself on his camera as we're doing. Podcast. Are you with us? Yeah. Okay. You could move over to your right just to see, I get because there's this. I don't have like a perfect way to balance everything here. Way to prep for this podcast, I appreciate it, Alex. You come through for us all the time, you're awesome. All right, let's spend some time as we wrap it up on the Tampa Bay Rays and the things that the Red Sox is going to have to do. First of all, they're starting pitching is going to have to control the top 5 batters in their order which figure to be. Randy, rosarina, playing left field, wander Franco, the super sensation rookie that was brought up in mid season and he hasn't disappointed. He's their shortstop. DH Nelson Cruz, who has experience up the wazoo. This will not be in a bigger than life situation for him batting third. Batting fourth cleanup is third baseman yandy Diaz and batting 5th, second baseman likely to be batting 5th Brandon Lau with a lot of pop. He had three homers in a game I believe recently against the New York Yankees a blowout win as the Tampa Bay Rays clinched a hundred win season in the best record in the American League. That's one thing. And the other thing is their rotation. The Red Sox are going to face Shane mcclanahan in game number one. And he it seems like we say this every year, Alex barth, about Tampa Bay pictures. He had a breakout year as a young picture in the ray's rotation. He's a left hander he had a ten and 6 record this past year, 3.43 ERA. He starts game one a little more than a year after he became the first picture in MLB history to debut. Make his debut in the postseason. He posted a 3.01 ERA with 99 strikeouts over the last three months of the season. And, you know, he is a guy that is really, I think in a try and give Tampa Bay a boost right out of the gate. Yeah, I mean, I think they've got a bank on him because without glass now. And we talked about this a while ago, like, I thought Tampa was out of it without glass now, because I wasn't a huge fan of their pitching rotation now. Mcclanahan's come on and sometimes it's hard to project with rookies right and he's obviously been that guy. So he checks a box, but Ryan Yarborough struggled Michael walker's struggle. So if you can, if you're the Red Sox, and this is obviously easier said than done. If you can take a game started by mcclanahan, you really put the raisin corner. It's not impossible for the Red Sox to win it if they lose game one. But it kind of becomes tough for the race to win it, right? If they lose it because then they're pitching potentially against totally blown up. So mcclanahan is a pivotal player in this series. I don't have a splits in front of the Red Sox when it pulls up right now because I'm actually curious, but I think this first game is going to tell us a lot..

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Red Sox Beat

04:56 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"I think for the Red Sox to give the Tampa Bay Rays, all they can handle and have a chance to win the best out of 5 series. So it's funny. I was talking to Matt McCarthy from 98 5 of the sports club last night. And he brought up an interesting point that the Red Sox just on the way he's performed actually might be a better lineup without shady Martinez in. And obviously, you know, the discounts a few things there because he's a value part of the team. You want him around, but given kind of what they did at the deadline and the way their roster looks, it allows you to DH schwarber, which helps you defensively in the outfield that gets Kiki, Hernandez in the outfield. We saw last night, how important having KK Hernandez out there is for dugo misplaced that ball and left field in Hernandez stops that run from scoring by a lot and look, Phil Nevin shouldn't have sent Aaron judge, but they Hernandez in Bogart still made the play and that was another turning moment in that game. By the way, a quick PS, a PostScript to that play. Yes, it was probably a terrible decision by Phil Nevin to send Aaron judge on that play at the plate. The next play was a pop out the third base. He likely doesn't score and really what I think is going through Nevin's mind at that point and I don't think Alex Rodriguez was thinking of this when he criticized him and Vasquez in the same way. The Yankees were not hitting Nate of Aldi. They felt desperate. We need to get this second run in to put some pressure on avadi. That's why he was sent to the plate. Had the Yankees been showing the ability to work of Aldi, get that pitch count up. And we're hitting them all over Fenway Park. Different story. I don't think he does send them. But because they were struggling so badly, the Yankee offense was not getting anything out of anybody. I think that's why they decided to well that's why Nevin decided to send him. So that's a really interesting point actually, because if you go back, you watch that replay, neva never really looks at the ball. He's kind of just watching judge the whole time. Right. And I wondered why he did that. You know, you wouldn't, it's his job to kind of see where the play is at because the runner's not looking and let the runner know whether or not to go. And Nevin's not looking at the play. And I was like, am I looking at this wrong? Is he out of it? Did I miss something, but what you're saying now actually makes sense because he and his head knew he had to send him regardless of where the ball was. So that that would actually explain where he was looking. So that's a very interesting point. But yeah, you know, I thought that that, how did we get into this again? I thought that that was a turning point in the game. And yeah, so I mean that was maybe play in the game. So I think that there is inherent value when he comes back..

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"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

Red Sox Beat

05:12 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Red Sox Beat

"Hey everybody, it is drags and this week we have a second special emergency edition of the Red Sox beat here on seal on us media. Of course, the Red Sox beat the New York Yankees 62 in the wild card game on Tuesday night before a raucous crowd of 38,000 at Fenway Park to discuss it all. And yes, look ahead to the American League divisional series with the Tampa Bay Rays. I welcome back old friend Alex birth of 98 5, the sports hub, follow him on Twitter at real Alex barth all one word. Pretty entertaining game I'd say for Red Sox fans on Tuesday night beginning in the first inning with the two run Homer by Xander bogarts. Wouldn't you say Alex? Yeah, I enjoyed it. I think, you know, from a fan point of view, it was what you look for where there was just enough drama and nervousness to make you feel alive, but not quite enough to never became too scared to handle. And I mean, we'll get into it. You know, when he took of all the out there when core took of all the out there and I know he'd given up a couple of hits, but he's pitching well and you think, uh oh, this we've seen this before. This decision has come back to haunt managers and, you know, kind of scooted to the end of your seat a little bit, but besides that, I don't know that there was ever too much doubt on the Red Sox fans part. I think that Matt Vasquez and what's his name down there in New York, they had their moments of especially there in the first and not a rod, no. Their Yankees radio announcer. Oh, God. John Sterling. I don't know if you saw the clip. I didn't know the first inning. Oh, you haven't seen that? I need to go back and watch it. Do you want to start right here? I mean, I'll tell you. So you saw that surgeon, right where he thought that ball stand hit in the first thing was our home run. Yes. Yes. I know exactly what you were talking about. And to be honest, I'm like, oh my goodness, that is a bomb. It's gone. And I think everybody was fooled, including Mike Stanton himself, right? Yes. And by the Carlos Stanton. The camera work from ESPN didn't help..

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"rays" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"If you live at a higher altitude let's say denver or kito ecuador you'll have more radiation exposure than someone who lives at sea level likewise flying in airplanes will increase your radiation exposure due to cosmic rays. Your level of exposure will primarily. Depend on how much you fly. And at what altitude you fly for the most part cosmic rays pose. No real health read all life. Forms throughout the history of life have been exposed to cosmic rays and we evolved for our dna repair low level radiation damage. One thing that can't be damaged by cosmic. Rays is computers. If a particle hits the right part of a processor or memory chip it can flip a bit. Causing an error in two thousand and three there was an election in belgium that was conducted electronically the results were more than the number of votes cast in an audit checking. The paper ballots also cast found that the air perfectly corresponded to a single bit in a single computer which could only have been caused by stray cosmic ray particle this is why computers on spacecraft have to have so much redundancy the space shuttle's head to have triple redundancy for exactly this reason the issue of cosmic rays is also a huge consideration for long term spaceflight the only time humans have ever been outside of earth's magnetic field was during the apollo missions and that was only briefly the issue of cosmic rays is a considerable one that needs to be considered for any mission to mars. One proposal would be to surrounded ship with water. Which would stop most of the cosmic rays. The problem is that water is heavy and either we would need to get it from the moon or we need to get it from earth. There's one thing one big thing. I haven't yet mentioned. Where do cosmic rays come from. Sure they come from space but where in space. Exactly the truth is no one really knows. You can't just detect. The direction of particle is coming from. Because they're so easily influenced by magnetic or gravitational fields not just the gravity and magnetism of earth but also that of the sun or even possibly the galactic centre the particles which are flying around space may come from other stars the center of our galaxy or even other galaxies wants a particle is jettisoned. You can basically travel forever until it runs into something. The smallest change in it's trajectory will render its origin impossible to determine. They're actually many theories about where they come from. But it's very difficult to actually prove anything. Cosmic rays are all around us all the time and always have been. There really isn't anything you can do about them. And so long as you remain on earth it also really. Isn't anything to worry about. Whoever if you're traveling in interplanetary space it probably is something you might want to consider. The associated producers have everything everywhere daily. Are peter bennett. And tho- thompson if you'd like to support the show. Please join the list of patrons over at patriot dot com and also remember if you leave.

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"rays" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

Everything Everywhere Daily

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily

"Of cosmic rays coincided with the discovery of radiation radiation was first discovered in eighteen ninety six by french physicist on reebok corral when he famously put photographic plates in a drawer with uranium subsequent experiments. Done by the likes of marie curie and others showed that radiation was a property that came from certain substances rocks with radioactive elements. Were thought to be where radiation came from in one thousand nine german physicists. And jesuit priest fyodor wolf created an electronic which was sealed in an airtight container. An electronic is a simple device with two gold foil leaves in the presence of ionizing radiation. The gold leaves would separate and the further they would separate the more radiation with you present. He took his electrometer to the top of the eiffel tower and surprisingly found out there was more radiation at the top. Then there was at the bottom based on the current theory of radiation at the time this observation made absolutely no sense if radiation came from rocks then there should be less radiation the further. You got away from the ground not more most of the physics community dismissal findings however one austrian physicist named victor hess wanted to verify wolves finding himself. He made three more advanced electronics and took them with him in a hot air balloon. He went up to fifty three hundred meters or seventeen thousand feet and found that the radiation was four times higher than it was on the ground. At first he thought that it must have been something coming from the sun so he did another balloon flight at night and another during a solar eclipse and found the exact same thing. He concluded that high powered radiation was entering our atmosphere from space. Hess was awarded the nobel prize in physics in nineteen thirty six. For his discoveries the term cosmic ray was coined by american physicist robert milliken who ran tests to measure the amount of ionization at very high elevations with automated electronics and balloons. As well as testing at far below sea level the term cosmic. Ray is actually a misnomer. As i'll explain it a bit as the term ray implied light at first it was thought that cosmic rays were high energy. Photons like gamma rays. More discoveries were soon made about this mysterious radiation from the heavens in nineteen twenty seven. It was found that cosmic radiation was lower at lower latitudes and higher at higher latitudes..

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"rays" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

01:40 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"But the yankees to top top to bottom should be a better team. There's just no doubt about it so really hoping that. Didn't we talk about a four game series. Coming up against oakland. Be big could be bigger also Shutout to yati also helping and rica plan. This event excited for those guys. That's going to be a lotta fun looking forward to seeing all the pictures and videos nice Keep check out our social channels on friday. We've got a little jere little honor honorary video for geeder since you know. He's entering the hall of fame. This year finally unfortunately wasn't able to do it last year and they're playing jeeter's team this weekend a little top fives quick video on jeeter moments so check that on our social channels. The players tribune also has a really good. I re tweeted it the other day but there's They did a panel with With tino joe torry jeeter and Was there there was somebody else there that are missing. But they Pet it and they were just talking story. A couple of stories that i hadn't heard before so i would check that out too. I feel like we've heard every ninety story. Because they've just the yankees running back with that crew over and over again. We're talking about some specifics. With pedro about how. How tino couldn't hit pedro and it was It was just funny. No one could hit pedro separate separate. Derek jeeter what whereas lifetime stats. I don't know what they were talking about it. And essentially he was the one that could hit pedro basically they could be talking about. It's really about cars or the clouds or you know the traffic on a given day. I would listen to them talk because it brings.

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"rays" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Well i do. Think there's more move coming but i think they're also understanding that the curve of these guys like they're going to have to come back to that that middle line which means that the second half offensively is gonna be much better overall as a team right so but yes. They made moves. Look my guy louis. Lewisham is now off. The team that saw i did lewis was actually an effective right handed reliever out of the bullpen. For a number of years did not get the respect. Overall that he deserved. I gave him the respect. My guy chris hope gave him the respect. we both. We both mourned on twitter via via twitting at twitting via tweeting about that. I like twitting better than tweet. It's it it's a damn shame that he got Move because he was there. As basically the bait to get justin wilson contract off of the books which is an inch be that needs to be pointed out and fairly criticized they in of course he does said salary relief and also roster forty men player relief had to basically. Just give away lewis sessa to get ready because we had to be under this this this luxury tax salary cap. We had to actually give away defective player. Which there aren't that many of them on this team right now mind you. This was a guy that was doing very well this year too and we got rid of him essentially to salary dump and that salary now the gallows being paid for is still open. It's still there so to me. There's another move wiggle room. They have the ability to make another move right now and the way that cashman's talking to keeping money with giving them lower level prospects. A lot of those guys were in aa are are in single a. La the those are those are lottery. Tickets ended the yankees organization. How many of those guys actually pan out. There's just not that many of them and you'd have to play through some people for that to happen so you know see. I thought it was a good move by cashman when you look at the look at what he did and look at the needs that he had to fill at this point. This season will see between now and the deadline. What they do if anything with that extra salary room but if they do if they don't do anything that i think. There is fair criticism in the sense. That okay you gave away louise sesa for salary room and potentially you overpaid and prospects in order to get texas to take on the full salary of joey gallo. What if if the yankees agreed to take half of joey gallo salary they only had to go three prospects instead of four. Yeah that's fair. Because the yankees being the organization that they are being the most valuable franchise in in in one of the most franchises in sports should be able to to make a decision. If they like a guy they should be able to keep him. They have the financial wherewithal to be able to keep a guy and not have to actually get a talented person in order to stay under an arbitrary line agreed totally agreed fundamentally. It's a problem. But i think i'm not like the biggest joey gallo fan because he strikes out a thirty percent rate is a low two hundred average hitter. But he's adam does so but he no he he's. He's out on the field. Okay that's that makes him way better but offensively he's adam done okay maybe but But when you look at what. The alternatives were for the yankees. I think this is a no brainer. I think you have to look at it in that vacuum sadri the evaluating joey gallo. It's okay joey. Gallo is a good player. You might not love his style but man is he so much better than brett gardner right now. Of course i know greg allen had that hot three games. But he's way better than greg allen right now. So he is legitimately their second best outfielder by a mile. He's also got the ability to play in different places. I mean i don't know how many games he played at first but he's got the ability to play there. He's got the ability to play in senator. He's got the ability to play after right so he does. Add some flexibility with what you need in the outfield and to be a quality bat as well. It's left lefty bad at that. That gives a little bit more balance in this lineup. Look at it it is. It does fit what they're trying to do the fact that they got him for essentially free cash for the next two years this year next year is a good move i it is and the prospects that cashman gave up. I'm still because of the control. The control a big deal like that other that extra year deal. I wouldn't have been surprised that they had to give give up those same prospects for just half of the year. Joey gallo to be honest would not have shocked. Those four prospects for the half a year i mean. I don't think that many people would have been like all that upset about that either but the fact that they got another year out of him as crazy they don't pay for it. Yeah i i don't know what the competition was for joey. Gallo because the as also acquired outfielder they got starling. Marta you're obviously chasing the as there's other moves being being done at the deadline. I know like max scherzer potentially is going to the padres. That was the latest update. We just got. We're recording this about four thirty in the afternoon on thursday so again i just don't know how much competition there was for joey. Gallo from everything out there. You're you're there are reports out there. That say that there was a lot of competition and they had. They had to up offer at the last minute in order to get him so from all from all reports across twitter. Dir a billion of them that they had to be competitive at the end and they did they actually put up the players that texas was looking for to make that deal that that's what it seems. It seems like they actually increase the offer to do that. Don't know what they offer then prospect wise.

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"rays" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"What's going on in the world of medicine. dr peter. good morning john. Good morning cats roundtable audience of today. We're gonna talk about since it starts to get sunny outside and the weather is changing. Summer's coming to talk a little bit about you. Read radiation and your skin and the eyes and when it comes to skin cancer. The major risk factor is prolonged ultraviolet radiation and. Now we know that it's cumulative so you have to start protecting children from the time they're young. I see a lot of unprotected children on the beach and the parents need to start using sunscreens and Brand and that's very helpful in some countries it's part of the elementary school education and for for example where they have a very high Skin cancer rate. And the first thing is you have to understand what uv you can just the part of the natural and produced by the sun in the spectrum and we don't see it but it has high energy in that high energy us the ultraviolet as co longer wavelength and its associated with skin aging like wrinkles. People spend time at the beach and don't protect themselves. As as they get more wrinkles you the is a shorter wavelength which is higher energy and its associated with skin burning and skin cancers. And what happens is when these Reach the surface of the skin. When you're unprotected with dna skin cells that we can end up with skin cancers and two mo- most common types ones hold the basal cell carcinoma and that one is locally invasive it doesn't spread and then you have these squamous cell carcinoma and then a much much more serious one is what's called melanoma melanoma can metastasized to all parts of the body and it can be deadly. That's why it's important to have a body surveys. At least once a year. I told people have light skin and life for example more susceptible to melanoma and uv. Be skin cancer to go twice a year if they're matala just when they make an appointment that they wanted total body check. We also know that ultraviolet radiation is associated with cataracts cataracts are cloudy in the human lens that affect our vision and they accelerate cataract formation. And it's also been implicated macular degeneration which is the back of the eye disease in problem addition to a lid skin cancers and the most common ones are on the lower lid. An interesting usually get our first skin cancer on the left arm less face in our first cataracts on the left side of body because we drive on the left side and we get more. Uv radiation on the left side of our bodies. If we live in new zealand we usually get it on the right side so that means driving with the window open because some of those tempted plastic manufacturer automobiles per on resists yossi beilin rex. There's some of the newer ones do have a uv rating but a lot of the older cars that people drive around. Do not block ultraviolet light but there are a lot of the newer and independent. So where what part of the world. And where they get the glass one of the quick ways to test. It is if you have a pair of glasses that darkens automatically when exposed to you. Light for example leasing co. transition lenses and i been in an old car from the nineteen eighties and the glasses will get dark meaning. Ub goes right through the glass whereas a modern car. Twenty twenty one or that you the blocking blocks and the glasses will not get the same thing in your house now. You need to ask when you buy windows in a house that you'd like to have the uv type of repelling glass wide because your furniture your carpets or any expensive artwork susceptible to damage from uv light. And we're fortunate that we have something. Go the ozone layer. That's why the climate is very important that we don't have problems with the ozone layer which blocks uvc which is a very short wavelength high energy light which we know can kill viruses bacteria and mold but it can also cause cancer and without ozone layer we basically burn up Our dna would get very very damaged and also tanning beds. People have to be careful because the u. be exposure the very powerful intact that can damage. Dna speeds up wrinkling and can cause in cancer and sometimes people need to end up having most surgery. What most surgeries. They remove the tumor but they check all the corners and margin. T make sure they get it all out. In the old days they used to do just wide excision and sometimes take more than they needed to the fortunately dermatologists who specialize in most surgery and only take out what's necessary and right under the microscope immediately they check the edges and make sure that they got all the tumor out and they make sure when so k. and then they'd put back together immediate put in. So what's the best thing to do when you're planning to go to the beach well otherwise you stainless i've i've done. I stayed in the sun for less than a half hour to me. That was a good rule farewell. It also depends on the type of skin your presentable from a part of the world near the mediterranean. And let you have all the melanin you have more pigmentation and you have more protection and less likely to have a davidge. The rule of thumb is try to staff between noon and three pm which is peak sun exposure trying to wear hats with brim. Where polarized sunglasses to protect your eyes from you. The and also wear a hat with a bread. A golf cap is not enough especially if you have light skin light is you need to protect an also for children. You need to actively protect them and use it as pf which basically tells you how long it can protect you. Something that's water repellent. The zinc ones tend to be really good and very strong and especially the face for years last question at a time People be wearing masks. No masks i mean so much confusion around what you're well. There's not a consistent way. But the way i look at it is i personally am wearing a mask even vaccinated when i'm indoors because i can still be theoretically carry and i'm doing it for the anti vaccine and the people who haven't had a vaccine because they don't realize that they can still get it from someone who been vaccinated vaccinated means you're talking to die and not gonna get very sick but you can still be infected. There are gonna be pockets and outbreaks of covert around in my opinion time. I'm gonna really wanna take my ankle for the new oral. Antivirals are out and approved. And i'll have access to a pill. The pill looking forward to working on to monitor shipping india by the million now to manufacture it. And when that comes out. I'll know at least i'm not gonna end up seriously ill vaccines. We'll have vaccine option. You got compete me. Hello dr peter. Bbc radio dot com. Thank you so much for letting or What do you know and we'll catch up with you..

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"rays" Discussed on More than Abstract

More than Abstract

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on More than Abstract

"Oh yeah this is the part where all the radiation comes out so it got pretty bad like when the first publications were out. People weren't really using any protection or no knew how to protect themselves very well. There would be stories of people getting burns losing their hair in these research journals. Stocking about i put blood sweat tears hair and burns into this. Now thank you. It was also hard to limit the exposure these x-rays mostly because these early x ray machines people would have to be exposed for a few hours to get a good image out to the less than a second. It does today what you had to sit still for one hour to maybe get a decent enough picture to see what's going on yup probably riding pain. You'd have to sit there. I'm glad i don't live in the past man again. Yeah yeah so happy. We're in the present. I would be more happy living in the future. So edison was actually working on these x ray machines to and his glass blower the guy who would make these x ray tubes. He ended up getting cancer Because he would test his had tested the tubes out on his hand just to be sure they work before sending them out. Oh my god. He will quickly sorry good. He would sit there for an hour trying to see if it got an image of hand every single tube. I i'm not sure exactly. But i would imagine so Anyway it's yeah so people quickly wised up to the dangers. And that's pretty much the story of the early story of x-rays Most of which happened in a very short period of time like within within a decade a good amount of the work towards making an x-ray machine was done to put your mind at ease today. We don't get exposed to much radiation when going to next going to get an x ray dental x ray scans have about the same radiation that you would feel from three to four hour..

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"rays" Discussed on More than Abstract

More than Abstract

04:41 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on More than Abstract

"Welcome to more than abstract. I'm prankul and joined by eric going. I so far so good how you doing. I'm doing alright as well so i. I made a twitter handle so whenever an episode comes out. i'll make a tweet about it and maybe include some pictures just to give people a better idea of what i'm talking about. So if you're interested feel free to follow us on twitter at handle is at more abstract in milwaukee. Another good thing about this. Is i can show you all the cool stuff that i'm talking about. Inform pictures all right so with that out of the way. Let's talk about our main topic today. I'll be telling you the story of how we got x. Ray machines everything that goes along with that..

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"rays" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"rays" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast

"Can go out there and throws a couple of things. I think that's where the rays have an advantage you know. They're they're top couple. The couple of players probably aren't on the same par page with the yankees or the blue jays. But i think their their depth there you know fifteen through twenty six twenty six through forty really really helps them out and gives them a boost and i think that the rays again probably the homer in me a little bit. I think they find a way to make the playoffs. And i think they find a way to. I wouldn't say win the division but definitely secure a wild card spot and somewhere between the range of eighty eight to ninety. Two games is what. I'm looking for at least probably around that ballpark. As of right now we also have to remember. I mean the the rays have never really been known for their offense. That's never been. They're calling card but they're returning pretty much everybody in their lineup from last season and that was a team that almost averaged five runs a game and they might be able to do that this year. Especially if you get a full season. Healthwise from awesome meadows and brandon lau and Ignani d. as in you we we see what randy arena can do over a full season. So i think that's definitely going to help them as well so i think second the division i i would say if i was to rank it right now i'd probably say yankees one raise to blue jays three big back and forth between those three teams red sox and then five i mean who else but the orioles. Yeah i mean the red sox compete who knows the orioles might get some some young guys that play out of their out of their shoes and play a little bit. Better with the red sox. That'll be an interesting head to head interesting for for two fan bases but The so saying with the pitching before we get into a little bit more of the offense. Because i think the offense is really interesting. What are your expectations for tyler. Glass now we saw some good things from him. But i mean at this point he really does have to take over as that. A says that number one guy. Do you expect him one. Do you think that's a must. Does he have to come out there and dominate every time he gets the ball the majority of time since you have to clearly make himself that number one guy. And what are your expectations for tyler. Blasio yeah i think you know. Throughout spring training these story line has been him finding tunin his secondary stop. he's learned a slider which apparently looks pretty good. I guess it's a combination between a slider cutter in that is in compliment to his high nineties. Fastball in his twelve six curveball and he's twit around in the past with the change but really it's just a a slow fastball that allows hitters of time on it. It looks like i mean he's legitimately going to use this slider slash cutter into into regular season games which is huge to have that third pitch that. That's what you need if you wanna be an ace top of the rotation guy in this is his year. This is his opportunity. he's no longer Behind the scenes of flakes nail and charlie morton and others. This is his first opening day. Start and this is a year if you want to really light up and maybe get a contract extension or get that big boost in arbitration. You need to show out. I mean he's shown look he's got the stuff. He's got the talent to be an ace but he's not quite there yet. We've seen his postseason struggles. We've seen times where he gets. Hit a little bit and then He just loses his composure. It becomes a a a bad start. And we've seen that against bad teams like the orioles where he just for one reason or the other implodes and we also have to see him pitch a full season that that is something we have yet to see from him in arrays uniform. We sorta salt last year but he hasn't thrown more than one hundred eleven innings in a regular season. So you need this guide to. At least i think one fifty at you know twenty eight to thirty two starts. You need him to be available an out there every time and know. I think he's ready for it. He's he's been in baseball long enough. He's twenty-seven going on twenty eight years old. He's one of the union reps for the team. He's he's ready for the limelight. And i think he's going to have a lot of success but it's just about putting it all together for an entire season. We saw it in a little bit. We saw glimpses of it in in two thousand nineteen where he looked like he was going to win a cy young before. It went down with a forearm strain. So it's just about being able to continue that for regular season ended in the postseason to because that's still sort of a knock on his resume there but He's got to pick everybody else up to like. I mean you look at the this rotation and your number two is ryan yarborough and ryan yarbrough. Very good pitcher. He's he's a solid pitcher but he's been used in. A variety of roles is a book guy and opener. He lost his arbitration case. He doesn't give you necessarily the fire or the cachet of of another of other number two sorters in baseball. So if if tyler glass now can carry that load through game one or the first game of a series or whatever it be i. I think that's going to be critically important. Look i don't think he's going to win. A cy young this season but you know at least maybe garnering some votes. I think would be critical in huge. He's definitely capable of that. Assuming he stays healthy. I mean he's just he's he's just a freak athletically six foot eight with his arm. Length i mean he throws a ninety nine hundred.

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