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Major moment: First COVID-19 vaccine approved in the United States
"Coming out of America in the last few hours, the U. S Food and Drug Administration authorizing the fighter by on Tech Corona virus vaccine for emergency use, President Trump said it would be made available for free to all Americans on that the first inoculations would take place within 24 hours. His administration had put intense pressure on the FDA to approve the vaccine. Covert 19 has killed more than 292,000 Americans. Well, I've been speaking to Dr Leo in Insula, a medical doctor and immunotherapy scientist who's in San Francisco. Today's a special day We were all waiting anxiously for this moment to come. For this day to come. I've studied the raw data from five years vaccine trial and uncomfortable with outcomes, and I think we all needed this to happen. What of the logistical challenge that the authorities Now face because this has got to be distributed on administered across 50 states. How tough is that going to be? It's pretty tough. I think it's important to understand how the logistical Arrangements in the United States happen, and I think it's important for a states to step up and make their own vaccination plants publicly available for US doctors and scientists to react and give feedback. We have yet to see a solid vaccination plan at a federal level and we're lacking and Rebus vaccination campaign and I'm worried. That we are a little too late. Until a large number of the population in the United States get humanized a gay scope it we will need to be cautious about measures to contain the spread of the virus, and we have yet to see from this current administration. Those guidance although we do have a word from the health and Human Services Secretary, don't we that this program will start as soon as Monday or Tuesday. Yes, but the vaccines will help us feed up that process. But what we need to understand is that vaccination plans what they are and how the distributions will look like at a state in a county level. You see, we have never introduced multiple vaccines with different safety profiles to abroad population in the United States in this urgent matter before, and the distribution of this vaccine is not only about delivering those drugs to sites it requires staff training. It requires public education around those vaccines. It requires doctors monitoring who gets the vaccine first and how they are deliver. And all of those things creates a huge complexity on Dwight. What, and sometimes you see states like New York and California doing a great job about discussing those issues with the public. But it's not standard across the states. It's reported that the
UFC 'Fight Island' revealed in Abu Dhabi, will host 4 shows
"One I mentioned that fight island. Is, real and it is official. UFC announced the location of the venue and forage. Lie shows on Tuesday including a very deep pay per view car that kicks everything off. Location is indeed Yes island in Abu Dhabi. So much for a deserted island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, homeless several. You have see events in the past. You've C. Two fifty. One is going to start the four event month. Fight night events on July Fifteenth Eighteenth and the twenty seventh. So you have C two fifty one. The main car we got Kamara loosen and Gilbert Burns for the welterweight title. alyx Volkogonov ski and Max Holloway to Peter Yawned. Josie Aldo for the vacant bantamweight title and Rose Now, Yunus, who was not fighting as a result of corona virus. She's back to face. Jessica and drudge and also page van Zandt who. I can't believe she's not injure right now. She will be facing, Amanda Rebus so. That's the lineup for the pay per view coming up from fight island first of four shows.
The CEO Mindset Hacks She Used to Build an Empire
"Give us a glimpse glimpse into your story there is so much that you've done and so much that this happened leisurewear you are today so how did you find yourself in the world of business and what was was a journey like for you reaching title of CEO while i actually started in hartford america and actually didn't expect or want to be the our planets be your the reason why i was actually pushes my destiny was because i had a experience in corporate america on that was jarring for me metality about entrepreneurship america and working for myself and i remember feeling out of control role i was in a position to bow out of the job that i was barely attached to because i really want to be in a way it was just not accent one bad apple not the whole company operated this way but this particular manager really did create parable working environment for me that made me reconsider my assess it so as i got more food that and move this with different apartment away from that that juror i i thought about how i take control to charge of my leg my life and my destiny and only way i felt shouli arly do that it by through entrepreneurship in bologna away his i felt like situations on it yet so wasn't implant it came for my back against the wall in a very uncomfortable position and as a woman that has been used to oh fighting for everything end just having an environment of the error what happens as as a result either you level up and it was all automated or you get buried in sand and i decided to level up and get myself out of it and you'd myself out of that situation in poverty as the youth growing up with sarah are seen success in all my family members you know impoverished in while there and knowing what out of college and just reading this little rise patients paycheck in while money's on everything i certainly it can help ease the stress of some some of the key basic survival needs no and so in i am i'm happy to the position now to be above beyond these and a and be able to provide or my future generation her family millions of our freon for me and this is a freedom that could have jumped out in amazing so what was the first thing that you did like i feel like so many people can relate to the fact that you are finding yourself building a ladder and you're still building it on someone else's building you know you're climbing this ladder that you don't even wanna be see there anymore so what did you do what was your first step to become an entrepreneur i had like eight hours amid cheese i was intel corporation which is a very really really competitive environment so you look at a brand or business says fully working at least that's what intel because you it requires so much of you to lead a go into a job that i can actually have more flexibility because i knew i needed to have an opportunity to make money in the family household bills in rebus every penny from curls curls into alamo into our visor om coast selling legal drugs that i had the pass drugs i had cardi vassal tour norvasc by akra everything everything that all i got was sexually well some good at my job so i was able to complete my tests i knew and carlson rose from so where did you get the idea curls and how did it kind of evolved from an idea to a profitable business well well i was new natural mother or natural options for my here even though we could not you know at the time we had for we're women call her perms relaxers one of my hair and i was decided to look into creating a business that i could obviously enjoy enjoy myself and i before i launched so i did my diligence to see if this will be a sustainable business and sure enough they were many many other women who were also transitional former last year natural there was a movement happening and i lost in the cost of that newly natural movement where we saw relaxing allowed a soft relaxing straighten their hair and really started going back just embrace a natural texture and across came at the right time and it was really i need headline like most assists attack me that you still that's kind of always great success story typically can run from that story mine fine if you find a need untapped and u. n. u. billet and coma beyond that that need and then you can catch the market absolutely so i mean you went from pharmaceuticals in running the company what did those early days look like for you as you are starting curls oh well oh on the ground pearls i had senior oh my gosh it wasn't sanity her anything that happened remember much was really i was zombie i i just had to work i was so hash by determined that i just worked in more work than work and worked into until it worked art i think one of the biggest questions i get asked a love to know your response is how did you know when it was the right time to leave leave your safe job that you had and go all in on your business like why did that transition look like for you well it's a very harsh in derby you could do both for so long to ball yeah and one day i said i can do this i can i'm gonna lead in december as that enjoy i'm leaving december and then come september manager said we're having a straight of layoffs and worry in was it was like oh my god i was praying to off one say please let me at all and so i was laid off and they got a summer were overstaffed in some areas so absorbed and i got a severance package delete louis into beautiful pay that is amazing i feel like sometimes it's like standing on a ledge and you need to just be pushed off and so what a perfect transition make you really go for it out it really pushed me into it and i'm very deserted i'm not a big gambler yeah it's all i want to do things the way i operate start small grow six five and before he become visible you know any get up and get everything great afford to go live in in front of the masses and so that in england do sell doing it the way i was really really really concentrated and then about it to a point where okay four years of continual growth probably this job exponential exponential growth every year three say people were on so then it became a oh my gosh i have to sustain this so the even more aggressive with my work and continue to grow the business and so it's been that kind of role on the brand process when i imagine your the growth chart a he shut it is just straight upward in i know that as you grow in scale there is always growing pains around the corners can you gonna walk walk me through some of the different seasons that you walk through as curls continued to grow and grow and grow didn't see fence while all the starter was probably the most exciting yet raining time i was very excited because you you a fresh and then i have this of the cycle of or period of just head down working so in a little bit of cabin fever just misao sacrifice a lot actually unesco sacrifice init- boom go was the best day year i know three of my life when target call brand called need for meeting and and it had been maybe six years us 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"rebus" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice
"Thirty one twenty five per month for twenty four months pre-credit price seven forty nine zero percents a._p._R.. Workout chopping away at the tree trunk. I thought round seven was for dillion. Burritos came out possessed straight right here misses the three away out. Oh Gilliam with the uppercut here we go baby. Come on baby. Let's go. Let's go. We need this money. Don't fuck up Churches Money Dylan. Let's go read this book it up baby anybody seven till you get off these ropes mass set this man this referee gin it involves way too much W._B._Z.. Official and a pocket of dillion Jaferia loopy right right. I hear him Thai kickboxer Shit Bro. He going forward decision. I'm glad I Paul Oh. Yes dillion too big body shots uppercut to stop rivas from coming in and Delia. Let's get this her going bathing he gives us. It's a nightmare moving. Hey Man Rivas. Oh Shit good bodyshop by rebus. I know that hurt they wanted them which correct reba round if dilly can knock him out in his round it might be a rivas around and go read with people big warfare daily gets. He's got good defense. Even though it doesn't look he's been able to block that right hand of <hes> rebus all night come in man Ooh uppercut left to the body by Dylan dealing rebus <music> looking bad guy from disease seconds left seven frown prediction come and that's why we did group seven through now. Come on Dylan you fucking up man he just tried to he tried he tried to. That's why we did group. Wayne picked just individual.
"rebus" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"That is were talking about him in a few minutes defeated the john townsend amanda rebus defeated emily whitmire amaury screen defeated junior i'll i'll be any member of green was on top a few years ago when the heavyweights and the kind of ended on a low no but he's three guys since that season's been done so good on him we met i'm here in the studio super cool cat you know what i mean in a very happy for because i was also a fight that was from his neck of the woods so he got the enjoy that in front of a lot of family and friends the bonus is the fifty thousand each went to four different fighters who got performance of the night so there was no fight of the night and the performance of the night went to branson gardo just vetoes along the field eric anders dan any yoki with over a yeah yeah i i'm okay with those i mean the only thing that really could have got fight of the night was a damn more vs jared gordon though is a hell if i feel bad firmer at man owen three it was diver him and all of his losses going back to early in his career it's only been guys like you'll see names you've never beat a guy who's been in u f c and he's come close a couple of times i couldn't help but feel for that guy a i don't know if they'll get another shot in the shark tank of a division but no no qualms with the bonuses says all right i do have a note the time off not i'll talk later on in the previous thing before we went to break as far as dana white and what you commented on it 'cause i sentiments who kind of what you said i want it to elaborate more as far as people's attitude as far as his attitude towards those things but if there's this time later i'll chime in on it all right well will offer sure talk about that in the second hour is almost up against the clock here it'd be attendance at night with ten thousand one hundred and twenty three at the target center in minneapolis minnesota the gate didn't get quite to a million but it was nine hundred and fifty two thousand too hard and for an some change a nap pretty much put a bowl and it's like art originally guys remember this is gonna be tyron woodley vs robbie lawler and looking back in gone in the finals it's gonna be here in las vegas solve looking at you'll see to thirty nine which is still a great car don't get me wrong but boy could've i mean this would have just been asked how that those guys fighting here yeah we forgot about it soon though yeah yeah that's true that is true but i looked at u of c two thirty nine and i'm excited guys will look the main card is a solid as they come be undercard has named scattered about but a still you'll see two thirty eight was released special man in chicago i told you there was twentyone ranked fighters that night and be right here there's one two three four five six seven eight nine ten no no nine no eight a ten maybe eleven a visa honorable mention yes you this one twelve maybe with her okay so not not as deep all right guys sixty second break it's ever made junkie radio fight nation channel fifty six when we come back michael michael gift skews me over to the studio and a talk a little bit more mixed martial arts but he could be if you cross them they will destroy you just ask briefing ready impede the penguin who are they you ask my point exactly they are gorgeous george goes since emma may junkie radio finish your fans of the women's world cup tomorrow the.
"rebus" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Spiderman. Dopamine squared. Every time I get to con. That will pacify for now. But later, you know, here's the deal, we're all going to evolve any won't matter how we evolve emotionally until the upgrades, come in for the stimuli and emotive cons you need. I mean how they gave up poop button for some reason, how do you feel the day con? We're speaking and freaking what do they call it? Is it rube? What do you call those things? They don't call them. What is it was it rebus? I don't know what they call it, you know, just brightened pictures. I don't know why they call that call it rebus or or you know not rube Goldberg Goldberg machine. But sending a rebus where, you know, instead of writing things down incentives for you like go egg plant. Plant egg to oranges eggplant you get it. Yeah. That's that's how you do sex talk at amount of. Con-. Eggplant eggplant anyway. Just shows you just how emotionally how they don't care about you, mostly. They just want to give you something for your emotional pain. Okay. So, and then, of course, we go back to the idea that technology is having an effect on your bones with the with the horn growing out of your head. And then in Germany, they're saying see, I didn't even get to that, okay? Here it is on the on the other side of the world in Germany scientists discovered another bizarre development artillery. Elbows are shrinking. Christina shaper and after politics with the university of Potsdam was studying body measurements, taken from school children, when she noticed the trend to see exactly how much their skeletons had changed over time shape or undertook, the study of how robust or big bone children where between nineteen ninety nine and two thousand nine this involved, calculating their frame index which is how a person's height compared to the width of its elbows then she compared to results with those from an identical study. That was done ten years older. She found the children's skeletons are becoming more and more fragile every year. She believes that part of the problem is a sedentary lifestyle. And that fact is long-term handling video game controllers are causing that malleable bones and joints too narrow in the arms in the elbows so far. I have no idea if there's an app for that. Seri-. Oh, sorry. It'll trigger Siri Siri. Don't trigger. Can I? Please have information on how my bones are narrowing because I'm playing freaking Minecraft please. Tell me fortnight should we call forearm shrink night. Exactly what's going on with kids? I know I know it's sick. It's a sick thing to laugh at, but come on. But you know what they're doing now? They're they have a plan for you. If your bones shrinking. And if you're if you're neck is getting a nice horn growing out of it heads up displays, but guess what? Heads up displays are expensive people can't afford them, so you can get a heads up display, and what that is, is that instead of lowering the is and lowering the neck, it'd be able to have this windshield, like able to wear a visor. And so there's a windshield and the screen is right in front of your eyes or you can wear those virtual reality things. Remember when you're a kid, you're. Told not to sit close to the TV. Now you have to TV stuck right here is I mean that's that's bizarre. Right. Eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one.
"rebus" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"It's the only truly. Global award given in the field. So while awards such as the rebus terling prize in the UK or the EU me surprise in Europe might be more familiar to local audiences. The Pritzker prize is truly international. So you'll you'll often hear of spoken as the Nobel prize for architecture. That's sort of emblematic of the significance. The award has serving a specific instance routes is a sake clearly an architect of extraordinary renown and many decades of experience is it actually quite weird. He hasn't won before. Yes. Actually, you could say that it is he was really quite popular in the nineteen eighties. And really a very familiar name. Not just in architecture but much more generally back in the eighties. So it is it is a bit strange that it didn't happen earlier. But for to happen now is still a recognition of a career where of groundbreaking work in in fact, in the last twenty thirty years he's actually concluded works that really rival the significance of his early work. So while it's a shame. He wasn't recognized earlier. It's certainly not too late. Don't it's a difficult thing to sell your guests over such a long and such varied career. But does he have a particular signature is there, there's something you see in any one of his designs that that stamps at his? On ably. His. Formerly speaking, visually speaking, I would say, no, actually, I think this is the reason why this prize comes to some as a bit of a surprise. He's not known for singular style or poached, his work. But I actually think that's what makes him exciting as laureate this year. I think it's very easy to rely on formal approaches to architecture as signature while that's very distinguishing especially to a general audience it can sometimes the stifling in the architecture. So to see given to see this prize given to someone who's really dedicated a career to really thinking creatively and really investing in the context in which he builds it's it's very exciting for the price the breemen. If not a consistent visual motif supposed a consistent philosophy. V on the pinning. What he does. I know he's spoken of the effect that his his upbringing opposite or very near the the postal ruins of shame had on him. Yes. I would say that was an incredibly significant influence on both in personally and his work. He's he grew up, of course, in Japan during the war and really began his architecture career in the postwar years of Japan. So his own hometown. He said was burned to the ground. He also was not far away from her Shema. So he he was really coming of age and sort of developing as an architect in a context that architecturally essentially wasn't there on his his set as much. He he said my first experience of architecture was the void of architecture and that began to consider how people might rebuilt their homes in cities. So I think there's there's a relationship to the. The to the city and the lack of city that is really striking in his architecture. You can see in a number of his projects that he will often lift his works from the ground slightly either on penalty, which is Collins that rise from the ground or placing the building buildings on podiums. So there's a relationship to the earth on which it sits that is a little bit separated. Do you think the somewhere in that need to re imagine what Benakka TEK looks like the Japan obviously had following World War Two. Is there an explanation invade you think that out of forty six if I've done my math, right Pritzker prize laureates, we now have nine I think to have come from Japan, which is an extraordinary proportion. Yeah. I think there I think that the post were ten Holt, I suppose in the country really encouraged a creative thinking in a way, that's maybe less urgent in places that do not have to be built themselves. I think there was sort of a very open and creative atmosphere, but also an intense need for new stasis and a need to visualize what the future could look like in how it could be successful..
"rebus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Was and basically got Durell reverse paid numerous different times. So you have to remember where the loyalty lies there. And I think that Durrell probably feels beholden to a Rex Ryan for all the great things. He said about him because he was comparing Rex Ryan to Todd Bowles happened in that game that they lost that he was speaking of the game at buffalo in two thousand fifteen Rex Ryan was the head coach of the bills. So that that's the comparison there. I think that Durell Rivas was making and why it was just so fueled with fire. I guess is the word you would use. So I'm not I'm not surprised that by any of that. And of course, you know, a couple of weeks ago you had Rex Ryan talking about how the jets are going to blow the whole thing up. That's right. And that they should get rid of Mike maccagnan as well as the coach. All this other stuff. So you have all these outside. Now, people discussing the fate of Todd Bowles. I mean, I I don't like mom always got uncomfortable talking about it. But we sat here for two weeks discussing how it was going to be important for them to beat the bills in the dolphins of bills on on back to back weekends and for them to come out. And laid the egg the way that they did against the bills and Matt Barkley and everything else fueled even more of the fire of firing Todd Bowles. And I think that's where this team finds itself right now. And it's unfortunate that everybody's taking shots from the outside. And in some ways it's somewhat unfair because you know. Right now. Todd Bowles got probably half of a roster half of roster. And it's being led by a rookie quarterback. Who's twenty one years old? And I don't even know if he's gonna play over the next couple of weeks. I know he's out of the boot. And he's supposedly says he feels good. I don't know if they'll climbing as the patriots or not I would throw them out there if he's healthy if he's one hundred percent helping me can take care of himself. I put them right back on the field and say, let's go. Yeah. G two week break edge mental time off now let's get back under center, and let's play these last six games, and let's play them as if this is a small sample size of the season. And least let's try to have a winning record during this period. Yeah. A couple of things one I'm not disputing that. The jets roster is decimated. Of course. But they got blown out at home by a team that probably had bigger roster problems in the Buffalo Bills with guys that were only there for twelve days starting at quarterback guys. They're pulling off the practice squad I- Terrell Pryor was their number two wide receiver in that game. And they only signed. A couple of days or weeks prior to that. And then they just caught him. So I mean that that's where the jets have their problems. And we know that and we were giving them a pass and the benefit of the doubt for a long time. When the bills did what they did to him. That's why change things, and I agree that I'm not surprised at Durrell Rivas Zoe's going to paint Rex Ryan in a positive light. And maybe Todd Bowles not in a positive light. What surprised me about it, though, was the fact that Durrell rebus now comes on pumping. A it's an Australian based digital sports book called points bet right now, we do that here. We're radio station. Sports fans. I am an endorser of these things. I'm not Durell rebus. I'm not a guy who made tens of hundreds of millions of dollars. What are you making one hundred million dollars is the second? So this is a guy who made all that money is career. He's two years removed from it. And he's a hall of Famer. And now here he is pope in this. On radio shows everywhere including Joe and Evan slamming his former teammates slamming, his former coach say it all these things just that's an odd fit for me. It just it really is an odd fit for eleven seasons. He made about one hundred and twenty five million dollars hundred twenty five million dollars. Thanks in large part to not only himself believing himself the way that he ended up getting paid. But also to Rex Ryan for doing what he did when he was talking about Terrell Rivas being the best quarterback in football. Yeah. There's now just inflated his price and made it very difficult for the jets asylum. Now, we talk about stuff like this a lot like I'm never going to begrudge anybody. If they want to go out and make some cash, that's fine. This just seemed like an odd thing to me though, within and this particular platform, and then the way he went about these interviews, and and I guess I'll give him credit for being honest. But if you wanna talk about something in the past for two guys who were not jet uniforms anymore. Like, he did with this fight with Marshall and Richardson. Okay. You wanna tell me that? Something. But the problem is Todd Bowles was still the head coach then yes. And he basically said that that fight in week two or three they were never able to recover. So that's an indictment on Ogden diving on head coach, then he goes out and flat out says that they weren't ready to play week seventeen against the bills a year before then again, it goes back to me it goes back to then who is selecting the players who's putting the players in that locker room. I mean, it's one thing for coach Bela check has all the credibility and everything we always seem to go back to him because that's the standard that by. It's all set by and he can is able to control his players from absolutely snapping or going on some sort of social media rant or getting after each other and locked in the locker room and letting it get out of the locker room, you know, what I mean. Right. But you when you have material personalities, and you are putting them into a locker room and its power keg. Whether it's Brandon marshal or Sheldon Richardson or Muhammad Wilkerson or or and then you allow these players Gino Smith the late to meetings. And not do anything about it or not make an example of those players and things start bubbling out of control. And I think that's probably a little bit of what's real reebus talk about about how that locker room wasn't under control. Right. Well that fight. He mentioned he didn't even bring up the the broken jaw thing. Right. If he'd that. Yeah. That also happened while Todd Bowles was the head coach. So it really does paint a picture that. Yeah. Wins and losses is a big problem. But look at all this other stuff that's going on that. There was no fire's being able to put out when the head coach probably needed to put out some fires. And then you have Durell Rivas basically saying that his team wasn't ready to play him in particular got roasted by Sammy Watkins that. Yeah. I know. So you've got to be careful about what you're saying. Because you know, when you start pointing the finger at somewhere else, you know, there's those three of the fingers that are pointing back to you. I would always just be careful about the way. The he said things and the way that they are being portrayed given the environment around Todd Bowles right now is not a good look for the jets. It's just not it's interest actually is more piling on. Well, this is the thing that you were talking about. Now, you pointed to a lot of press conferences, and the stuff that Todd Bowles has to deal with he's probably gonna have to answer questions about this at some point. But this is this was your argument for saying if you are very serious about letting him go at the end of the year, then you might as well do it now because it's only gonna get worse. If you look at the schedule you look at your roster people are going to be screaming season tickets stuff. And now you get stories like this coming out. He's going to have to respond to any basically he is there to get he's now till the end of the season is really unfortunate because he's a he's a really your guy. And I know that I know that the players actually do like him and respect him and like playing for me. Even though it didn't show itself against the Buffalo Bills. But this is the stuff that is the ugly part of the business. This is where now people openly are talking about his job performance. The way that the team has responded to him or have not responded to him. You have X coaches taking shots at amino. Rex wants to be opinionated on ESPN. Am I gonna tell him not to say what he's saying? I mean, that's what he gets paid to do if he sits there and tells you everybody's Grady might as well go sit in a booth on Monday. Right. You know? So he's giving you an honest assessment from where he's coming from. But it's unfortunate that a good guy and a professional has to go through this. Because this is what's going to happen now for the next six weeks. It's going to be constant it's going to be a constant barrage. And depending on how they play on Sunday against the patriots. You know, it will either intensify or will subside a little bit depending on whether or not they can they could beat the patriots. Yeah. Well, I mean, I think that that's the chances of that are slim, and none that they beat New England. Having to what they know give much better performance than they did. I would think against buffalo. I you can't be much worse by all right? So let's say the jets play five times better than they did against bond illegal. Lose by twenty one. I got it. I understand what you're saying. But, but this is the thing that I was talking about trying to stay away from this. Yeah. Who wants to go through this? Now, again, I still think the NFL is really trying not to have coaches fired during the year. I think that they don't want that. It's not a good look for the franchises. It's it's yet more dysfunction that is that is a part of the NFL, unfortunately, and this is the ugly part of it. And you know, you got a guy he's got a family. You've got a coaching staff has got families fewer all worried about where their next job is coming from. I'm sure that they are texting with all their buddies on other staffs that are probably going to be like, oh, and they're talking about rekindling relationships somewhere else. I mean, this is this is like it's very upsetting time for the coaches and to have an ex player and a hall of fame type player come out and say what he said is truly an indictment on on Todd Bowles, which is unfortunate. Yeah. Dro- Rivas really did restart. That bowls conversation because I think most people were talking about Sam darnold and couldn't understand why you know with the bye week. He thought he was going to be one hundred percent and come out and play. I mean, there was a thought out there that Sam darnold was just giving this foot injury because they want to sit them down. And they thought that it was a bad look if they benched them. Well, I guess that's not the case because he's still not one hundred percent this point. So the all the talk was around that. And now it's back to bowls because a Durrell Rivas. So I mean, I still think that there's a chance that they make a change and all the NFL is discourages it then fire when they will not do torn season. I still think there's a chance because it can get so ugly. You know there. There comes a point where there's just no other choice and the jets with the roster that they have the schedule that they have. I mean, if they lose a couple of games in a row, forty two to six there's not you can't do anything. But Sarah, we gotta start this. Now, just something to change things around because this isn't working, and then I know you're playing the patriots. But you're still coming off a bye patriots are coming off a bye to but you're coming off a bye, if you don't get some sort of effort, and by the way, I know we've talked about how all.
"rebus" Discussed on KCRW
"Piece about rebus the inevitable poll that they exert an efforts to escape them. Now, but Susie you will improvise freely at its heart and interested in your instincts here. So there she has talking to Dakota Johnson who plays Susie as trying to come up with something entirely new, right and new dance, meaning a new creation, meaning rebirth. And then towards the end of the movie, you see it envisioned it, and they are all wearing these strikingly red costumes, and so I guess does she in fact succeed in creating this new world or does the old world who? Who? Okay. I'm not gonna say which one but does. But is there this I is the idea of rebirth? Does that actually transpire or is it impossible to achieve? We all strive for some sort of renewal of ourselves, you know. Entirely. Well, you can't have it. Now, I think what you can have is knowledge of the pain you went through and the pain the people went through. That's why I agree with people that described the movie as a sort of owed to the southerners of living somehow that because it's a horror movie. Fit. To the sadness of living. Suddenness? To the sadness of living. Yeah. No, the movie does feel very heavy in that way that these characters are as you say coming to it with a lot of burdens one of them is the psychoanalyst character. And I don't think it's a spoiler to say at this point that this is played by Tilda Swinton. Sure. Right. Role in the movie she plays three roles which you set out for her. Right. Yeah. You're right. These roles for her. So he he is the character. Who is he can't get over the the death of his wife, or the fact that his wife has gone missing during the the war, and he is trying to figure out what's happening in this dance academy tries to save Wedeman, probably probably fails. Because as a Quan character says to him in the third part of the film with a woman ask your help. You think she's delusional? You don't PD her? You don't listen to her and probably the session of professor Clemson hawk to tried to save Wedeman leads him to the discovery that he himself with his own baggage of reason because he's a psychoanalyst can save himself. I like the idea that the for a movie that is centered on the only man possible was a mental paid by woman. So you never wanted a man to play that role. But why keep it secret? Why make it not so obvious that it's Tilda Swinton? I think that what we don't know what that we know is as important than what we know. We know in our like like the unconscious as much of that like the countries. So I believed, and we believe that maybe with the movie not telling anybody that was behind Mr Clinton, or let's say lose Aberthaw the actor who plays Glenn. I think that would have been in any way perceived by the audience, these kind of unconsciousness. The problem is that someone when we were shooting the movie in Germany, I think there was a mall in the crew, and they called the papaya mall. Yeah. So when when the thing broke out in the on, the press, we felt like, okay? We have to deal with that you created this fake actor named lutts ever store. The name is a creation of dealer. So she makes up this name. Let's restore from. She says. Okay. This is going to be the actor that I'm going to play playing the role. Yeah. Exactly. Interesting. And then she also plays the the kind of evil character. Then. Well, I generally speaking don't think that there is evil. I think that the head in America's is quite desperate to survive. And so when you're desperate you don't like a wounded animal is very dangerous. So she has to kill young to find a way survive, even if maybe not very scientific what she's trying. So what is the overall point of the dance company? Why are they luring these young women to dance there some of them to their death? I think that the the dance companies have perfect the embodiment of what a coven of which is is in the best sense. Which is a group of women United under a caring loving desire to be together. And Vokes somehow any kind of magic in this case, the magic of the movements of the bodies. The problem is in the movie is that they are in conflict those which is there is a big conflict within the government. The power struggle. He's about the politics of the carbon. Do they have to still believe in in their art? The magic to come across as an expression for their art. Or do they have to devote themselves to a survival? That is going to include involve any number of violence, and let's say shutting of bodies that's conflict is at the core of the film. If you're just joining me, ask speaking with Luca guate-, Nino, he's the director of suspicious. It's a remake of the original. That was made by Dario Gento in nineteen seventy seven. On the outside of this. You've got the dance the world of the dance studio, but then outside of both you've got as we've talked earlier. The history of the holocaust which comes forward through the psychoanalyst trying to find his wife and deal with that passed. But then you also have these contemporaneous far leftist political bombings in group. The bottom Meinhof group the Red Brigade which was going on in Italy as well as Germany at the time in the seventies. Several dozen people the fact that the Germany nineteen seventy seven a place in which there is a very very severe fracture between the ones who wants to grief, and let's say a few on their own consciousness, the guilt of what happened in Germany be thirty years before and the generation who wants to completely forget that then doesn't want to deal with it. And so I would say that these conflict which is a conflict again that mirrors the conflict of the witches in. Carbon is a sort of pulling push of how you deal with the past. So is that why you wanted to set it in the past? Well, I started by thinking about seventy seven because I love the the year. It was the to speed up by the giant because in my movie, I I hope comes across as a very heartfelt homage to daddy. Oh, I wanted to be fetish rising even the date in which the movie came out. Then of course, I thought that to understand what was seven as well. What was happening then? And how old were you in nineteen seventy seven six so you don't really remember what it was. I remember money seventy a of off seventy eight one year later. I remember the feeling of dread the twelve in the streets of Italy in Palermo where I was leaving because it was the on which the kidnapping Osvaldo Moro by the Red Brigades. I don't remember the facts. But I do remember that there was this. This cloud of dread. The prime minister at the time. Right. And so the that's pretty scary to think that there are these bands of people could go out and actually kidnapped the prime minister this. I mean, you had thirty finding good menaces toward the Democratic Party members here yesterday, right bumps. Shipped to their houses. Did you see a parallel? Well, I definitely believe that there is a very troubling. A fight between assault of mindless neglecting of where we come from. And those wants to say listen you have to confront with. We are.
"rebus" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Inspector rebus there himself. He's a fictional detective before a lot of his biggest fans just stepping under the Oxford bars. Roof is enough to get like a literary contact high in rankings. Twenty third installment of the inspector rebus series has just hit bookstores. It's called in a house of lies. But before we got into that. I had to ask in. Rank in the author of all these books about inspector rebus, the author that created this world, which Torres wanna come to visit about this legendary pub where his legendary fictional inspector drinks, or I guess where he used to many way, most of the bars are mentioned over your place. They so they do make the pilgrimage double edged sword though. Because when I walk in who they're looking for and looking for an inspector rebus, right? They're looking for this dark dangerous brooding individual this complex mine, and they get me, and I'm just know him. So how do you feel about people perhaps seeing Edinburgh as you said through your eyes enough of the eyes of the through a very specific sort of darker is of people who would know your books. Well, you know, that's what to do. And I was a student in Edinburgh right in the first rebus novel. Visitors would come to Edinburgh tourists would come. They would see the castle. They would see grey friars Bobi they would never go with the festival. The photograph someone playing the bagpipes and kill the go away. Again, they were seeing a particular version of Admiral or one side of Edinburgh. It was also a sit-in late seventies with huge social problems drugs, which eventually from Welsh with talk about and he's novel Trainspotting prostitution deprivation, nobody was talking about. Everybody was pretending. This was this was like a living museum and everything was fine and crime fiction is very good at just scratching the surface of what seemed to be ordered societies. And Saint look this issues here. Listless talk about it got in trouble. I mean, you know, the first book when it was reviewed somebody said unlikely to be recommended by the Scottish tourist. That is the owner. And now, of course is a rebus walk into and people come Edinburgh looking for Ribas Edinburgh. Right. And I should say rebus used to drink at the Oxford bar. He's I think he's more likely order coffee. These days, you know, this is my wife's fo I blame my wife for this entirely a couple of weeks ago. She said Ligure guy rebus, he's any sixties. He smoked most of his life. He drinks. He eats fried food takes no exercise, surely his health is got to deteriorate. So I spoke to friend of hers, who's a GP doctor. And and I said, what would you expect Ribas to have? And she said amongst other horrible things that you mentioned with COPD which used to be known as emphysema. Oh, don't ask what the world copper now quite like the company, and it's manageable. I mean, anything that he's going to slow him down and make them suddenly realize that he is not indestructible that he is mortal. And. Yeah, so and that's good. I like people say you've been writing these books for years you've written over twenty books. How do you keep the series fresh is because of the main characters keep changing. But what about you is it is it strange to see your own character? You're kind of trademark to get older. Well, I'm getting older. I mean, he's he's always been a bit older than me them catching them up a little bit. Yeah. I mean like him as a as a wise man once said ake in places where I used to play, you know, so he's going through a little bit before me. But, you know, my ears go in my eyes or go in my knees. Her all that stuff. He sees a flight of stairs and his heart. Sings I see a flight of stairs in my heart sinks. So I've never smoked us to saving grace that just aging in his in his body. And like you said aching in the places to play. He's retired the world around him as evolving, and he's evolving the case where police accountability is front and center as well as its relationship with the press. Oh, so how does inspector Rivas deal with this sort of change in the police courses? Well, yeah. I mean, be some big structural changes. In the way, the police operate in Scotland that's number one of good on board. But number two is of course, technology keeps changing.
"rebus" Discussed on New Player Has Joined
"So when I was like, you know, in my garage and it was like, I got, I wonder if you've video games are worth anything. I did bring him to a store somewhere like north Hollywood in the valley, and they're like ten cents a game and like five bucks for like, I, I think I dropped off the box. Yeah, and they said, and they said, okay, we'll we'll look through everything and we'll let you know. And when they called me with the thing, I was like, okay, great. And I didn't even bother to go. I I went, I just left it there. It was. Exactly. Money. It was so little money. It wasn't worth either going out to get to just pick it up and bring it bring it, took goodwill abandoned it. You took your games. The u. like took a child to the fires crop jacket enough to know those, like please care for this. Don't. It doesn't matter ten this old and I'm over the only one. I did save this one because my neighb- different neighbor. His dad worked for Sanyo which was like a huge deal the in the eighties and they apparently were developing at some point like games that they were maybe going to sell for Atari. I don't think they ever did until he had some like prototype games on hold of one of those. So I think I put that one on EBay and got like ten bucks or something like that. But other than that, yeah, I pretty much just like I'm not gonna drive to the valley for five dollars was there I did today the not even. Was there certain kid you like to go to? Yes. So I lived in Chicago on the north side and and thank goodness within walking distance was rebus game room. It was on it's either state or rush street just north of division it. And it's funny because that area it's like bar bar, restaurant, record store, video games, know it was. It was like you had to walk through sort of the concentration of singles, bars. Most thing. It's beautiful. I need go. Bubis Rivas Gamera was great. It was, and it was also very, it was also very diverse because not very. I mean, first of all, you know, in the Chicago, very diverse, both economically and racially and all that. But it was just a few bucks away was cabrini-green, which were the box. So you would have a mix of green doesn't even exactly so, yeah, it was like so unsafe -able they demolished the whole thing because it was infested with crime and whatnot. But anyway, so so cabrini-green was maybe five or ten blocks to the west. And then a few blocks to the east was the Gold Coast was was was some of the most expensive property in Chicago. So it was this really interesting mix of like these poor kids, enrich kids and white, and black and Latino, and and and rebus was great. It was two levels and then on, you know you, you could tell like what the hot games and what games were sort of going out of style because they got moved upstairs. So like when like dragon's lair came in that was like. Bring that shit upstairs. Exactly. It's like, come on guys play this game a little bit long. That back again, I can't be doing upstairs. They had, you know, the air hockey and some pinball games and all that. It was a scene man, and it was all quarters. It was no, no, no tokens or whatnot. And and then and then sometimes if you're if you're really lucky, your friend would have his birthday party there and they would like they would either read the whole upstairs out and or would just give you like their parents just give you a bag a quarters, and then you know, Stanley kwanza smoke cigarettes. I'm like a couple of hours and bring a cake. So that's where I spent most. I would say I actually can't even remember any other place that I played video, but played arcade games unless you happen to come across one..
"rebus" Discussed on Ask Me Another
"Well, for sitcom, it has, I think, more plot twists. I mean, that's not usual for a sitcom crazy plot twists and a lot of things happen to you. Yeah. End of season two, they really put you through the ringer. Were you terrified to receive a script? I, I mean, after the blood cannon? Yeah. If the blood Ken. You know, there's an episode called the trolley problem in which I run over a bunch of workers, and I'm covered in blood and guts and gore and in order to that effect, they shut me. In the face and mouth with with a blood cannon. All like Carol Serapin food coloring, and little pieces of foam. Yeah, yeah, that was. I mean, after that I was like, oh, God, what are they going to do? The subsequent that was that was the acupuncture week, and they. They said to me, hey, man. So we have this joke that we want to do in the next episode with you and needles. Would you would you go out to this acupuncture Reuss and we'll just let them, you know, like stab. Yup. And. And we'll take some pictures and see how how it looks. And so they wrote me out this acupuncturists and he put fifty needles in my face. Doing. When they start with, we want to do this thing with you and needles where you like, know what you're like, okay, you know, use never ready for that question right. Never like could have said, like I mean anything, but I instead, I was just sort of like, oh yeah, no, sure. Yeah. Yeah, yeah. Just because I just want to be a team player. Comedy. So before the good place, you had a reoccurring role in the children's series of the electric company. See played a character named Danny rebus who teaches vocabulary to us to me that seems like a very fun gig. I love that show is a kid. It was like smart, an interesting as a children's show. I don't know what it was like to work on it so much fun. It was, you know, you feel like you're actually doing some tangible good as far as you know as much tangible good that I think that an actor can do just like I am helping kids learn. I'm doing that. Wouldn't kids recognize you from that? Are they scared of you or they excited? They're generally excited. I mean, now those kids are big. They're like some guy, hey, man, I would just watch him when I was a child and I was like..
"rebus" Discussed on The Simms And Lefkoe Podcast
"Got safety, help stop fooling yourself. He's a great cornerback, but come on and then commented again, not taken from Rivas because he's a great cornerback and very talented Dion Sanders played on an island with no safety help all say, I think Randy wrong. Sorry, really? Sorry, Randy. Yeah, I knew you were going to disagree this as an island Bill Belichick didn't pay one a pay him forty million a year because he said, oh, he has safety help. I mean, that's a Ronas. That's where ego gets into some of these hall of fame Pires. So you disagree. With Randy totally. He lived on island. I watched a ton of film derive jersey Durell rebus when I was working in New England. I mean, it was obsessive. I had to make special tapes of Durrell Rivas. And this is when he wasn't on the team? No, he was in New York and I was working for the patriots and they wanted him. He was on island without a doubt. Now. No, he lives in island more than anybody. I know other than Dion Sanders and I had this conversation with my dad a few days ago because you know what my stance I think Durell rebus is the second best corner of our lifetime. To me. He had a seven year period there where I mean he had island named after and he shut down people like that and there wasn't great safety help. He's totally wrong. I don't don't agree with that at all. And Rex Rex, Ryan's defenses are not to safety defensives the most part, especially when news when the jets and that time. But the other thing I would say when I said to my dad just add some context, he goes, oh, he goes, yeah, he's pretty awesome. I know my dad said he would take Durell Darryl green and Mike Haynes from the raiders over Durell Rita. So he was number four from my dad. He's number two for me, and I know I don't have the experience against my canes or Darryl green, like my dad does, but the area I push back against my dad is men. Darryl. In my could do a whole lot more their hands and things of Durrell Rivas would have been legal. They would've said new, that's penalty. You can't do that. You can't push the guy twenty yards down the field and knock them down. That's against the rules and Durrell Rivas wasn't allowed to do some of those things. So yeah, I disagree with randomly usually don't this. Randy's the man and Morandi really pays attention, but I don't know why he said must be ego. And that one in the pass you're talking about was not in the two thousand seven season was year. He gets traded to the Minnesota Vikings and then goes somewhere else after that. Yeah, it was passed. Randy's prime was. Yeah, it was just there was no safety in the middle of the field on that play by by just to let you know it was a post down the middle and he caught in the back of the end zone. Yeah, I'm gonna say that was like two thousand nine. Wow. Yeah. All right. I knew you're gonna disagree with Randy there because I know that Rivas is your guy used to right to raise my guide to man. I like Randy. I just, you know, I just don't agree with that one..
"rebus" Discussed on The MMQB: 10 Things
"Feel like it's something that came up so much with rebus am i am i forgetting someone has anyone else made that switch in the last five minutes yeah in the last five not that you would think it would happen more than it does and it doesn't happen not only does it not happen we don't hear about it happening very much i it seems like one of those things where every april or may we'd have five or six corners at might move to safety and it just doesn't go that way which tells you they're two very different positions yeah tackling and not tag that's a little bit of it although corners still have to tackle to sherman's always been tremendous at that by the way but i think they're very different positions it just doesn't appear that when the surface some of the guys aeneas williams and rod woodson they did it as well but we're talking first ballot hall of fame or close to i bell at holland shirt certainly hall of fame member resolve aeneas williams in the hotdog line at the super bowl and is gold jacket these are hall of fame guys that are doing it successfully man i hot dog line remember i told you walk in around it in minnesota he was in line at the hot dog stand in his hall of fame goal jacket would hit a hot dog stands specifically because that would make yes yes it was a concession stand popcorn and those other things but he was getting a hot dog okay most people were getting it was a hot dog but with a supporting cast it wasn't just a it wasn't those hotdog cart you have in new york that get wheeled around on the street corners yeah okay good i'm glad about that well let's let's let's transition to the top ten cornerbacks for twenty eight team but first a quick programming note and by the way we're going to be heavy in programming notes coming next couple of weeks we have some changes coming up but we'll have to finalize those first and the and tell you about them later we have a mailbag show coming up in two weeks rain do the quarterbacks next week that will be the last of the position ranking series then we'll have a mailbag show you can ask questions about the rankings you can you can i don't know right manifestos about things you disagreed with during the position writing series or you can just ask stuff i don't maybe about the upcoming series season here or you i mean whatever you can ask anything we i like the dumb questions the hypothetical can you have a six hundred pound tailback and stuff like that but send your questions that's really that's really the point here you can send them that you talk back at the qb dot com that is please put podcasts in the subject line so it is easier to find you can tweet it us eighty underscore annoy g gramling underscore sl or you can get us.
"rebus" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"While you sports fans did you know you can stream this podcast on spotify right now it's easy open the app on your mobile device or desktop click on the browse channel then click on the podcast section you can also stream on your smart speaker now it's that much easier for you to stay up to date on all the latest and greatest and all things sports thanks despite a defy helped me with something here's through god's as we discussed the dolphins right but i don't think i can have it both ways i don't think i'm allowed to say free agency doesn't matter everyone who wins free agency they rarely if ever win the super bowl the patriots wait till free agency passes to see where the discounts are the patriots when do the patriots ever get involved in the front end of the game where everyone's bidding against each of the one of the things the patriots have more than anyone in the league is restraint right it did work out once for them though when they needed secondary help meg they got rebus not just rebus browner as well and the very next year they want a super bowl i find interesting though that way the only time they dabble in it is when they no they have a weakness somewhere that will keep them from resulting there resulting with the championship the all these other day now they need a quarterback when he remains all these other teams think they're a piece away the patriots no at when they are right because they always are they always are yes with that quarterback.
"rebus" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Night in the fire dern on october uh i feel very nights at one twenty a m and i get file a snow the county sheriff's report uh with them along hey with the other one man that i've been trying he to get out in turn on the radio but i don't want to get cut gold off gained so done i'm not going to talk about that but uh the information that i but saw on what the ufo a couple of years weekend ago i talked to the inspector yeah general at the department of the france in washington dc and their referred me to uh to places one was the secretary of the air force inspector general's office the secretary of the inspector general's office uh master chief match surgeon rebus and she informed me that they still have you a full reporting forms that they've pash out they told me i the idea dod that they've problem i probably wouldn't get too far with her but um she offered to send me a form for the us while that i saw was that um well it was one of the us flows that i saw and i told renault because it already filed a report with um with edwards at all at shy and or shy informed me today they do disc recovery operations there and having dealt with um you're force in different aspects the military and the fbi and not admitting that they do uh anything with directed energy weapons if things like that i found that the uh well just out of the air force's informing already that they will neither confirm nor deny the existence of two things wondering ufos of any type whether they are domestic or et or any kind of et civilization in uh.
"rebus" Discussed on Around the NFL
"There are the next dynasty you're gonna wish new england was back drink the new norm you know gone county okay i abide i go by before we say goodbye to lindsey roads a little bit of breaking news legit israel the kansas city chiefs of release quarterback derail rebus what a day in the nfl i just two months after signing b a former jets cornerback to a two year incentive laden contract rebus was not in impact player in casey justice he was not an imfbacked player anywhere after he left left the patriots hence the breaking news tag yeah but he handled telegram yeah is it a can of all are from the car cousin straight there you go bingo make this she connect the dots perkins she did i was ready to talk about let's 100storey forward readers dissolve news it's fuller time full tank for fuller with lindsay roads her new podcast debut in albania later this month so rivas gone wes did riverspring anything about agents chiefs main they got to the playoffs i i don't think that he played that well no i don't doesn't surprise me that he's gone you've got the counter oregon sandwiches edited but this is kind of what a lot of people expected that i think conner organic more than a chief scott probably all right about something of value to him there you go and now we'll see again in five years well lindsay you've done it again he came on the show that a four hundred eighty foot home run route.
"rebus" Discussed on No Huddle
"Put on that the ahmet pedestal to say that he's one ideally quarterbacks in the national football league exactly nothing quite yet now he is the face of that franchise the body of work that he's done has afforded him that opportunity to be the face of that franchise in that organization but when you think about delete quarterbacks that we've been accustomed to understanding what in who was elite there's still a lot of work to do as a tremendous amount of work to do and regardless of him coming off of an injury or whatever the case may be until there is levels of consistency at deposition in this is a position that is going to be going to be ridiculed a little bit worst emitting because at quarterback when you play coverage the only one that i thought would just by his coverage was players like the prime time in dion sanders because he was one of the only that was capable throughout his entire career to shut down his guy even durrell rebus we never said it with prime time of moving into the safe to a safety position because he's getting to flow we basically said f would derail rebus richard sherman we've been saying how he's getting bar and can we never said that about but those guys will produce guys will primetime players in they were the corners because they were the only few that was playmate coverage in the national football league derek are he's not giving me that style of football every week as a quarterback in the national football he dared not considered in that division while we've given them backtoback seasons the opportunity be the best in it they are not the team he's not delete quarterback in a division in abu combat who is the only quarterback and inactive asia alex the ironed out over the last couple of years alex smith for now but i think alec smith is going to be traded by the chiefs in the offseason but that doesn't necessarily mean that he still not the only guy nightvision even though is going to get ready because they made the move during the offseason that forces the hand for them to make their move to move forward without an alec smith.
"rebus" Discussed on WCHS
"As they prep four the home opener against east karelia coming up saturday at the stadium at coach dana holger samadi players met the media yesterday couple of notes from coach holger since news conference stop more receiver marcus syms will be in the lineup for the von years against east carolina his suspension over after one game and the coach says ride guard grant lingenfelder will be okay after he came out of the virginia tech game with a knee injury link it felt there are still listed as the starting right guard for the mountaineers in the east carolina game again more coverage at wp metronews dot com and on the sportsline tonight 606 on metro news marshall got its appeal overturned they got the a ruling against cj rebus for that targeting hit against bobby of all hi oh that was overturned by conference usa bought the nc aa upheld the ruling and the onehalf suspension so rebus will be out for the first half of marshalls game at north carolina state coming up on saturday head coach doc holiday said tuesday that sophomore mali gant will start in place of read a space ball from tuesday night pirates beat the cubs three two two two runs in the eighth hr reds over milwaukee nine to three orioles beat the yankees seven six morning news time is seven forty wchs did you now that the cdc recommends up to six vaccines even for her or that vaccines are part of a healthy lifestyle just like eating well and exercising or that choosing not.
"rebus" Discussed on Around the NFL
"Episode over unders for winds and bill i go you can't talk about that under but what if someone in this room is setting the over under your fine then right thinking out loud here what greg sign the if okay you know over under right you can't do that can't to desert step but one gas the person's setting the over under was inside the studio and was not affiliated with the desert yeah i think i think we can we to weaken pick our own over unnerves essentially are are what's more likely than some of the other games with you're basically like that why don't you just have mark davis come up with the over phnom unearned trigger for each to moving outlets check in on durrell rebus does bryant the dallas cowboys wide receiver sent out a tweet a couple of days ago at rebus 24 dallas i promise you're going to love what we got going on around here and this is the one that got me your attitude fits our culture waiting i don't this is almost like the dez bryant fall on the ski slope and suffered a head injury that eliminated two thousand sixteen and now you're just waking up and he thinks that does the drill ribs coming off a season where he was a hardworking a great locker room presence exactly the guy that fits the culture of your room i would say drori was match any winning culture it let's what he's insinuate but haven't you haven't you said that for you know every other season butler last year he was as committed and devoted as any player in the was he was unknown i mean there that's why i am that's why and i'm stumping for maybe a a major head injury led to an amnesiac situation and he he just missed.