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"richard japan" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"On the news, the state of New York is ordering that everyone traveling there from California must self quarantine for 14 days. Governor Andrew Cuomo of New York says the state is being added to the list of 14 states with Surging virus infection rates. California joins places like Florida, Texas and Arizona on the list. State states under Richard Japan from the Sacramento area tells cane if he's sceptical about the movie, I'm not sure a quarantine on travel between states is necessarily the most effective way to contain this disease. What we do need is we do need national leadership to send clear consistent messages to people. About what they need to do. But CBS News travel editor Peter Greenberg tells Knxv thinks the move is perfectly defensible, given the fact that New York has flattened its curve in California is not and effectively stops most people from traveling. But the reality also is how do you enforce it? The resource is, aren't there You can't have state troopers at the border of every state, looking at license plates and IEDs and then following up Manpower and the woman power just doesn't exist, He says. Quarantine rules like this seem to rely on an honor system that is already breaking down. Bars in Orange County could be ordered to close before the July 4th weekend. Officials have concerns about people from Los Angeles and neighboring other neighboring counties could drink there, which could create problems, County Supervisor Lisa Barclay tells connects. County is also on a state watchlist. Due to high numbers of positive corona virus cases. We could do it voluntarily if we get on the watch list for a consecutive period of time than the state would come in and what has an automatic closure. And with an indefinite reopening date, so we would much rather be proactive public health and safety is our top priority, she says. By being proactive, the bars could reopen much sooner than if the state forced them too close. A decision will be made by the county's chief health officer in the next day, or two. Family.
"richard japan" Discussed on Capital Allocators
"Is fun to be myth buster. It's fun to say that the emperor has no clothes. It's fun to say APP SMARTER THAN OTHER PEOPLE. So I wrote a thing called nine minutes of investing and I gave a talk there and after five years I updated published again and and twenty twenty was so different twenty. Sixteen that I so I just update the mets when more time that has a different approach and look at more macro myths for example myth number. One there's so much indexing that the market must beginning more inefficient. But there's there's not enough money managed by people who analyzed securities. That's that's a common discussion back and forth. Is there a tipping point at some point? In time that you think index funds would have to amass a ninety ninety five ninety nine percent of the market before the active component would be inefficient. I think there is a tipping point in that. Were no in year it. It probably is somewhere past eighty before ninety five. I'd be very surprised if we ever yet there. Because as you approach that point fewer and fewer dollars are managed to actively and it should become easier to beat the market the fact that most managers don't beat the market treasury. We're nowhere near the myth number one. Keep on Rolling V two is. There's no inflation so the government can borrow well once well. Government is like any other organization that has a balance sheet income statement and Caffeine has to be leased as much as cash out. You're in trouble. Of course they do have printing press. They don't print real economic resources like trots and factories and Pattinson labor contracts. They print the stuff got money which loses its value. The more imprint of it. So there was a discussion about a decade ago. Started by Carmen. Reinhart Ken Rogoff. They wrote a book called this time. It's different showing that highly indebted nations Kevin to fiscal trouble when they're debt-to-gdp ratio exceeds ninety percent. They of course we're starting a period for infrastructure for much higher so the debt service on a debt to GDP ratio that high to be enough to consume a lot of your tax revenue and crowd out the functions of government with interest rates being lower. You can go to higher GDP ratio. It's not magic number. And also a group of people found that they had made a data error because their work was not done quite carefully enough. Their opponents took that as evidence that everything they said was wrong. And you could borrow you want it. Well now you have and it is that because of the debt service because of the principle we don't know where the tipping point is today's low interest rates could be. It could be double. That could be one hundred and eighty percent of GDP but at some level of indebtedness. We will have problems. There are only three ways of governments can raise revenue can either get it through current taxation borrowing which means future taxation or inflating away the real value of existing debt which is taxing. The Past Jackson. The accumulated savings from work. Done in the past David. Ricardo said this. I believe eighteen five or eighteen fifteen. Nothing has changed and so we can expect inflation at some point. Because the government's printing a lot of money in markets like this when people start paying a lot more intention to the indebtedness of corporations and the risk of bankruptcy how do you think about the optimal capital structure for government the hassle OPTIMA cab will structure for government would probably involve some way of owning equity in the government. But you know do that so I believe that a government should be prepared for emergencies because God knows we get them and should keep its debt level low because when there's a war or a pandemic or a Russian it's going to have to get high and then you get low again as conditions improve so if can go up without a ratchet effect read like Japan a hundred percent. Gdp Two hundred three hundred. So I I guess I would SAMA fiscal conservative. I believe that the government should conserve resources. So it can use them to do what governments do which is helping people when times are tough to move onto number three. The Myth number three is were in a new era of technological change. Breakneck speed recruits. How performs value permanently or at least permanently as anybody cares about doubting that first of all that that's possible that can never be a preferred return to a certain type of asset because if an asset earns a risk adjusted return that's higher than all other assets than a wall of money will come in and drive the price up to where the expected return in the future is lower and you get a cycle growth is very very standard values very very cheap? We're at the extremes close to the extremes that we saw nineteen ninety nine and we know what happened after that that you did so well that it became the only type of investment anybody wanted and then it got to the point where value is expensive and growth was cheap in the cycle went the other way that was about the period for about nineteen ninety nine to two thousand six. So we're now thirteen. Fourteen years into this growth wave hand. It's been driven by group of companies. I Call Fan Mag because I can pronounce it facebook apple that flex Microsoft Amazon and Google. This can go on longer than you think. And it has an it could go on for longer than you think in the future and it may that just makes the rest of the market including the manual. Us Equity Market where the whole thing is behaving like value investment even more attractive than if you're a long term investor you should probably your portfolio charred value not growth. At this point you may lose for Awhile but in ten or twenty years it would be very happy all right next up with number four. Were new bipolar world of. Us and Chinese dominance for those two economies of the only ones anyone cares about since it's hard to invest in China very large waiting. United States is a good idea out. it is. It's a great country and it has the largest market cap in the world. I far thirty trillion dollars as of the last year sound from that the second largest is China and around six trillion that doesn't include Hong Kong. But how about the rest of the were if you end up. The next twenty countries Japan Hong Kong France India Canada the UK and so forth you get to thirty trillion dollars on us to exactly the same as the United States. Japan's says Bass China within rounding error and Taiwan was somehow not a country is one point two trillion which rank just below Australia but above the Netherlands and put it well into this top twenty top ten and ignoring these investment opportunities. Is ridiculous a dirt cheap the E for Ex? Us index hasn't gone up since two thousand fourteen the emerging market index. This kind of been all over the place in the frontier market index is down and you buy companies ten times earnings camp out of near unless companies have one foot in the grave the fastest growing economies in the world or India Vietnam Bangladesh. Some in Africa. So it's just a myth that the United States is the only country worth investing in the farther. Afield go from the mainstream them more likely to find great deals. And if you're an active manager and he should pursue these an index fund holders. I am for my personal investments for most of them were just hold the global portfolio rather than the US portfolio. So you get about half of the US and that's an appropriate way to what extent when you're thinking about returns are you thinking about valuation or economic growth? I'm thinking about both. The underlying driver of stock is growth of the overall economy economy's growth corporate profitability. So if you're in a country which is growing fast but it's hard for companies to grow without taking tremendous amounts of delusion or you can't buy the shares that the locals are having with a good companies and they said the bad ones. This has happened. You have to distinguish between the growth of the economy and the valuation of the Stock Mets Active Management in non. Us markets is good for their awful lot of people who looked at the ricks countries and said well the country's growing at eight or five. Us One or two so we'll just put money and then they went down. Of course some went up a lot before they went down period of two thousand three two thousand six or seven I believe the emerging markets index by a multiple of five to one. And that's how you get rich. You don't get rich at nine percent. He averaged by buying something that goes up by a multiple of five wanted. Still having it when he rises over and emerging markets were the great play of the first decade of the century. The ought or not now disappointed but the people in those countries still WANNA get rich. They'll do what it takes to become middle uncommon and upper income countries and the. What's stopping them as bad Seem this some extent with China which is the greatest wealth building in the history of the world. We're much richer. Europe is Richard Japan but we took two hundred years to do with NATO and a much larger than the United States as a portfolio investor. It's hard to make any money. You make those companies and basically thank you have to be an active manager and that by just whatever they're selling right let's move on to the next one is just sort of a really interesting. Take on the next wave of technology in investing. So why don't you dive right in their number five? The next wave is clearly something to do with big data and artificial intelligence sometimes machine learning. Brian Kelly who is at Yale and AAC you are used to be at the University of Chicago. Emigrate talk on this. When he spoke at the q group which is a discussion group for assessment executives particularly quantitative people and he said that machine learning is just applied. Statistics says what you learn when you took your statistics class and college graduate school. You read Thomas Bayes who lived in the seventeen hundreds and cows who lived in eighteen hundreds and there's nothing that machine learning does that isn't in these foundational works but it feels different and works differently when you apply to really large amounts of data now trillions of bytes with really Esten cheap computers..
"richard japan" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Right now, we have Sean. Is talking about his father's. And this book, I think is going to resonate with many of you. I can't tell you. How many stories I've heard about the family when I moved to Dallas, Texas and the impact they had on the wrestling world, particularly in the area. But I think just in general. So if you think of Fritz von Erich, I know some of you right now, we're thinking of that name master of the iron claw. That's the name of the tunnel trance fathers, and it talks about these stories that so many people don't know that we can hear these stories that were unsold. Or the whole story wasn't Alker. Sue, Sean, first of all, thanks so much for joining us. Thank you for having me. So when we look at the story. And you told me this off the how close was your father to France. You know, interesting backstory to this grew up in a small town in Texas. Was a huge wrestling. We would always watch wrestling on Saturday nights near back, then there was only three channels. So it's not like you had a lot of options and his favorite hero was Jack Jack from up at Tom had a name for himself as the German bad got wishbone. Eric. Later in life. He grew up and went to the plane cord stuff like that. Habit. He ran into Kevin von Erich them was introduced to the family and just was batch. We have in a relationship or threats themselves. He ended up volunteering to help Fritz Lambert computer because he wanted to try to stocks and real time started volunteering his time with Fritz, and it was one of his dreams to finally have his story told which was a pretty private person. He didn't allow a lot of media to get out on him. So. And so you. On the story to be told in his own words, so to speak and he asked my dad, you know, gripe that book for them, and you know, to try to get the story out in purchase own works. He will take care rich right up till he died of brain cancer ninety seven and yeah, they had a beautiful relationship. Sean, I love how you talk about that that he took care of him. He got to know and Fritz was a private guy heard the same things and for some of you listening to this. And you know, we talk about wrestling. And now what? Who knows about the personalities, etc? Eric and his five sons really had a definite impact on the wrestling world with their world class championship wrestling. There's no doubt about that. Tell us a little bit about how they spread the word of wrestling. And how they made it that much bigger not just in Texas, but another places in the country and in the world. Definitely was worldwide known when Fritz Richard Japan and beat with Dr. Although the that aren't while move, you know, that just really blew has career up and then here locally the taxes. He had the sport a Troy along their Dallas. And we have a lot of people come in. And Russell, and it was a big deal. It was on TV. Everybody just watch it and fans just loved it. Everyone wrestling got that time, you know, he talks about this. What was it like in the old days for wrestler? I think very different from today. It definitely was you know. Stories in the ball out. They were like to out of good match. So they would get out there. Maybe the first round and kinda just toyed with each other. And then, you know, basically wants one got mad at each other. All of a sudden the fight resort. You know? And that's how wrestling was as which describe it back on those days. And you know, a lot about entertaining the fans as row as demonstrating superior strength and ability over the opponent's. Yeah. And for you, I'm wondering did you grow up with that same feeling especially knowing the love your dad? Absolutely. You know, always heard stories that you tell me, and I was just a Namur by it. And actually an interesting for on how the book came to be out there. Fresh pasta way, I was finished with high school. And my dad was a big influence on my life at that time. And who made me a promise that about go to college? You would start this story and put it into print and. Yeah, so I got to watch that unfold. That's why when you're before he passed away. He had to ask me hopeful Phil wrongs work and his legacy that he left me. Since then I've just been trying to push it board. Yeah. And so we're so glad that you're here with us doing that, Sean, and we're speaking with Sean mullenix father is called Fritz von Erich master of the iron cross. So let's say somebody's listening, maybe two people, and they don't know about the ir claw. Tell us about the nickname the role that was purchased patented MU. An interesting story how he created that after one of his matches got injured and couldn't really keep up his workout regimen. You were created this particular exercise where he would stack books on his hand. Right. His hand on a table on stack Brooks on it and lifts them with this thing and bad is what you're created him have such an awesome grip. You know that was just phenomenal. I knew love that knick game too. So good master of the iron claw. What was the family? Like, what did people not know about the von Erich? Definitely very private people. They they had they've been they've been compared to the Kennedys because they had such fame and at the same time had such tragedy loss of their signs. So you know, the story is just really comfort lane garden how they adapted and grew. I think the book does a good job of showing the world that they were just human too. And you know, he's losses really hurts them internally as well. Oh, yeah. Of course, just like anybody. And and that family definitely had a lot of family tragedies. And that's why comparing the Kennedys in so many ways I can see how you would how your dad would come to that. Realization was your your dad had to be. How does your dad feel about appointing? This work together gavitt feel excited proud happy because he had such threats. Absolutely. You know about love more or less became an obsession. The first book published was called the secret of our wall. And it was I work ever be published. It was a great book store was good or buddy just wasn't happy with it. And he's just almost obsessed over the trying to make the story better and bridge together edit out and make sure it makes better sense and stuff like that. So, you know, a phone that really admirable is obsession that getting this out there and away. I would really be happy. You know, you talk Sean about patented, but he's known for some other things you'll give us. He was definitely shown right? Oh, absolutely. Quite an interesting for most people don't know that he played professional football either. So we understood how to entertain people, you know, revenue. Remember, my dad telling the story of the first time he saw threats, you know, he played the German bad mouth in uniform and ju- stepping and stuff like that. So we definitely knew how to play with the audience and J really gain their attention. Yeah. Talk about that. What did you do before he became master of the iron claw? The one story. I heard is that here is a bit of a bouncer or you know, some of their go correct money. If you have a bad for somebody thought that was a really funny story. Yeah. Yeah. That is a funny story. Bouncer I could see that. So when people and people listening pick up the book, Fritz von Erich master of the iron claw, Sean is with us. His Ron wrote the book, what do you think your father would want people to take away from the story? You know, believe that he would want everyone to know that this is this is the way I wanted the story told in there was a really good job of telling the story through searches words, and I've heard several people tell me how interest almost here booming voice coming through the pages as they read all. So I definitely think that what we have now is very impressive. The picture on the front cover is actually a talking point. Repick fat one. It was an old black and white that we had we have to have it fully breach remastered. It is French in gene Kaminsky and stretches putting this aren't qua- armed, gene Kaminsky. To my knowledge. It's supposed to be one of the first pictures ever published in the newspapers published in the media. So that's one of the reasons why we changed the cover and stuff like that. And I think I think my dad and Richard both very happy with this. Yeah. So Fritz von Erich master of the iron claw, Sean onyx is joining us in his father, Ron has written it. What does it mean for you to be able to talk about this in your dad? I just find it a great honor to know the story, and you know, just to have a part of it. That's why after he passed I just hard to work on for a little bit. But I just couldn't let it go. I just always remember that obsession. I just to bring go threats and his family,.
"richard japan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"By creating seminar that advise potential abductors how to circumvent a hit return order. The government of Japan has exhibited a shocking and blatant disregard for the international agreement. When they were exposed and confronted by French Senator Richard Japan's ministry of foreign affairs tried to deflect it as a rogue act by presenter they invited. Now, I thought were true somebody from the Japanese government staff would have immediately interrupted at the seminar and disavowed their government of this. There would have denounced it, right then. And there they didn't do that. Because it wasn't a robot. It was intention. The government of Japan is a shameless co conspirator. Note the seminars continue to be held. And there's little reason to believe that the content has changed. There was one scheduled in London. And I believe there was another one scheduled in New York. In June of this year. Just after Japan was cited by the United States there press reported potential draft legislation to purportedly address the child abduction issue. This was this was an attempt to change the narrative, it noted that there's nothing under Japan's legal system to deal with parents who refuse to hand over their children in defiance of a court order. The proposal on an interim report considered finding parents to encourage them to voluntarily comply, fines, involuntary compliance already exist. And they haven't solved the problem. Fines can be levied that can be imposed. They have to be collected and substantial enough to bend kidnappers will of defiance. It's a very narrow and unique set of circumstances. It's not a judicial or legislative reform. Is this potential draft limped along in September. It was reported in the press the rules now call for giving more power.
"richard japan" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Marsh was utilized Japan had three to marshes in two thousand seventeen alone. Fact other tools were only mentioned one time in the two thousand eighteen actions report. The department. They claimed the department wrote the department is considering the use of further tools under the act if Japan continues its pattern of non-compliance in failing to promptly enforce convention court orders. In an open session of the diet in Japan in early twentieth. Seventeen the Japanese foreign minister at the time foolish. Declared. There's not a single example of sanctions under the Goldman at. He called them out. He called the State Department's bluff. Jeffrey Morehouse with bring abducted children home live on Capitol Hill. Multiple hearings in the house and the Senate. The State Department has rejected your calls Congress's calls to use the tools clearly to marshes raising cases with foreign government officials and empty threats are not bringing children home. And what are these marshes? What's in them? Does anyone really know? Waiting for a response to a foia request that organization submitted in February. What is it gonna take beyond the martians one or the interests of American children that have been kidnapped going to be put I and when will decisive efforts be made to bring a doctor children home. Based on multiple discussions with state. It's clear that Japan anticipated being cited in two thousand eighteen. It started at least six months in advance. There was a the in November of twenty seventeen and December Japan knew what was coming and they were preparing to spend their way out of it. On may fifteenth twenty eighteen as Japan was about to be cited for international parental child abduction by the United States. They held a public seminar at the house of culture in Japan in Paris, co organized by the ministry of foreign affairs of Japan, and the Japan bar association federation of bars sociation, an audio recording of this is that from inside we hear participants being educated about the Hague Convention. They're taught how to prevent having their children returned to France. Should they be taken without consent to live in Japan? More simply put the organizers layout. How Dr Japan and get away with it. By creating seminar that advise potential doctors how to circumvent a hit return order. The government of Japan has exhibited a shocking and gladened disregard for the international agreement. When there were exposed and confronted by French Senator Richard Japan's ministry of foreign affairs tried to deflect it as a rogue act by presenter they invited. Thought were true somebody from the Japanese government staff would have immediately interrupted at the seminar and disavowed their government of this would have denounced it, right then. And there they didn't do that. Because it wasn't a robot. It was intention. The government of Japan is a shameless co-conspirator. Note the seminars continue to be held. And there's little reason to believe that the content has changed. There was one scheduled in London and believe there was another one scheduled in New York. In June of this year. Just after Japan was cited by the United States there press reported potential draft legislation to purportedly address the child abduction issue. This was this was an attempt to change the narrative and noted that there's nothing under Japan's legal system to deal with parents who refuse to hand over their children in defiance of a court order. The proposal on an interim report considered fining parents to encourage them to voluntarily comply. Fines, involuntary compliance already exist. And it hasn't solved. The problem. Fines can be levied. They can be imposed. They have to be collected and substantial enough to bend kidnappers will of defiance. It's a very narrow and unique set of circumstances. It's not a judicial or legislative reform. Is this potential draft limped along. In september. It was reported in the press the rules now call for giving more power to enforcement officers and allowing handovers take place in the presence of parents with custodial rights. On condition sufficient consideration is paid to the sentiment of the children. We've got unpack this a little bit. It sounds good. But there are two mediate problems with it. I hate case has nothing case has to do with a bitch a-all residence. Custodial rights of the child. There could be apparent seeking a return order that might not have sole custody or the recognition of the custodial parent in Japan or under Japanese law. It's habitual residence that we're dealing with second. What is it that they mean by sufficient consideration paid to the sentiment of the children? Another loophole. What is the sentiment of a child can be after they've been alienated for months or years? They're going to be filled with confusion, fear anger anxiety. All directed. At the parent who is here to take them home. Is this sufficient consideration going to dictate enforcement is still abandoned because the child appears more accustomed to living a life under duress. These are subversive efforts to give the false impression of progress in Japan. It's more smoke and mirrors. This is she's spread radio programming from Monday WC SPF from Washington. Though, the State Department has put great hope in Japan's potential legislation. A recent discussions I've had with them reveals that they were working on a draft from the summer not the current legislation. Sorry, the curtain potential legislation. It's not even a Bill yet. The current version, according to our partners have been cut in have jutted the Bill and would be completely ineffective. If it's ever passed in a year or years down the road. So don't be misled reports in the Japanese press and from State Department meetings with the government Japan of sweeping legislative changes to improve our kidnapping crisis. Japan should not be rewarded with more time to fix problems that were exposed years ago. Jeffrey Moore house before the house foreign affairs subcommittee on global human rights live the kudos come after our children or returned. In may, my colleague, and I met with Japanese embassy officials to try and better understand is there any genuine path for Japan to reunite parents with kidnap children. The head of chancery, which I think is essentially the number two person there. Mr. Takayama was shockingly candidate to us. He said you're access depends on the mother and the child's wishes. In November, the State Department met with officials in Japan at the Japanese central authority to again, raise cases of American children kidnapped for Japan, and the lack of progress and failures in enforcement of judicial rulings. Two weeks ago? I received a comprehensive readout from the office of children's issues on this. And there were three points. I want to share with you. Japan acknowledge that one if the parent refuses there are no repercussions for an application for access a return order or a court order to enforcing a court. Order depends on the voluntary cooperation of the kidnapping parent and three kidnapping parent knows this and they hold all the power. This. Japan's new tactic. Admit the problem blame the kidnapper. We need real solutions to the numerous clear-cut cases such as naval captain, Paul Toland and Paul Wong. They're both. The only living parent the grandparents in Japan are holding their daughters from them. Cases. Like Randy Collins, whose ex wife was ordered to surrender the child's passport to the court. And instead she kidnapped and Douglas Burg's children were kidnapped from their habitual and legal residents in the United States in two thousand and nine violating his parental rights to access Marine Corps Sergeant Michael Elisa children were kidnapped to Japan after a US court ordered not travel for those children the list goes far on and on. It's it's far too long all children and families crushed by the government of Japan's unwillingness to up hold its moral ethical and treaty obligations. There are thousands of cases within Japan that must be remembered to in this process. In my own case. I was granted sole custody of my son in the state of Washington in may two thousand seven. Three years later on June. Twentieth. Two thousand ten I dropped my son Moshi Atto move. You Emoto Morehouse off to begin a week-long visit with his mother. It was six and a half years old at the time. This is where my nightmare began. Six days later, I received a phone call. That no parent ever wants to receive. It was the police. My son. My ex wife have been reported missing. I knew immediately what had happened should succeeded in what you've been planning all along. She had kidnapped are sent to Japan. At this moment. My life had been shattered. Everything I could to prevent this. There were passport and travel restraints in place at a court order that barred her from leaving the state of Washington with him. Seattle consulate of Japan had denied her passport request when she went there. And she simply went to the passport office at the Portland consulate of Japan, which issued her one in violation of the ministry of foreign affairs own policy. Over the years of people have said to me things like. At least, you know, he's safe with his mother. You might be somewhere in Japan. But he's not safe. He's at risk. He's been willingly and intentionally kid net to a foreign land with the intent of alienating him from me and everyone who knows. Imagine being a small child and your mother steals you away to a foreign country and tells you your father doesn't want you anymore or is dead. Your whole life is not built on a foundation of lies. Not a healthy nurturing parent does it's child abuse. In two thousand fourteen and again. In two thousand seventeen I one another landmark ruling in Japan. The court the court declared by US sole custody order has legal effect. My ex wife has no legal custody rights in Japan. None. Also cited her admission of illegal acts of passport fraud and forgery. There was no intent to offer Justice though. It was simply the continuity principle at work. Again, doesn't matter how a child ends up with an Dr. Japan will not uphold laws and treaties to return children to their rightful home. In the end, the court refused to even reunite motion me. I don't even know where he's being held. Kidnapped children's true voices have been silenced. They need to be heard. In the beginning of my most recent legal battle in Japan. My son thirteen at the time was asked by his attorney. Do you ever think of your father? And he replied. Sometimes I dream of him at night. As she cried. Telling lawyer. Last time. I spoke to my son. The last time I saw him. On Father's Day of two thousand ten. Jeffrey, Moore house is executive director of the group. Bring abducted children home testifying live on Capitol.
"richard japan" Discussed on Fantasy Football Today
"For Shahryar Marlin MAC, John Brown Christian Kirk Japan, Richard Japan, richer. Jailers shar typo Barlett back job. Brad, Chris Christie, Kirker Japan, Richard. Let's go with Marlin Mack. Okay. This is from Aaron from Maine, but he's currently in Colorado. Dear what's more fun place to be manner? Colorado. Yeah. That's I never been to Maine, but sorry, dear Adam Dave, Jamie, Patrice start to have PR five point bonus for a hundred rushing receiving yards. Start to AJ green. Kenny golladay that Brita Austin Eker. I will go with golladay and equa this is from Matt in a small city in northern Virginia. I don't have one. Virginia Beach was wondering if you could help out with this half point, PR debacle. Start three of these four mixing Chubb Connor Lindsey. Lindsay's? A must Connors must Mixim must. I would sit chub and side question. Have you guys discussed ranking quarterbacks next year with a four point versus six point for passing touchdown option. We have discussed it. It will be something that we talk about after the season ends. So at some point in February we will all sit down with all of our. Tech people they're way smarter than I am. They know how our technology works. And we'll see if we can I'd like to come to a solution where we can provide rankings for any type of league. Touchdown only league. That's easy. You don't rank them. We don't rank them. But if we're going to provide rankings for every type of format that means that we have to project players which food after project touchdowns which would help people in touchdown only leagues. Right. All right. We have all kinds of philosophical debates on that. Like when you project a touchdown. Should you project? The percentage chance that a player will score or do you project a decimal fraction of touchdown. Can you project a player for three tenths of a touchdown? What the hell is that you either score. You don't I saw we've had a lot of bag. You know, I've been doing this for a long time. We've had this conversation nanny times. And I don't know if there's a great philosophical answer. I don't know what people want from projections in terms of whole touchdowns versus fractional touchdowns percentage of touchdowns. Maybe. That's something that will come up on Twitter one day in February or March. I don't really look at projections. I look at rankings. Well, sometimes projections fuel the rankings. Sure, I think it's probably because I do so much research that I- internally project. I have a general idea of what I expect from someone. And then I use your rankings. But you know, I don't think our listeners do that. So maybe they use projections. All right. Let's move on more emails fantasy football at CBS dot com. This is from wait. Oh, yeah. We did answer that one. This is from Tony from CBS. Dave Tony from CBS. Awesome. Yeah. Pick one receiver in PR Christian Kirk Josh Reynolds, Mike Williams, it's going to be Josh Reynolds. The Tony yeti you can Email us. You know, we're all on the same server here. Yeah. Tony, maybe you're not really from CBS. Maybe he's from CVS, and it was a typo like Japan, Richard. Maybe he's from Columbus and forgot the hyphen in the U for C bus. Maybe did you that sounds far fetched? Do you ever do people ever ask you will you tell them what you do or who do you work for and you say CBS, and they say oh CV like they think it's the pharmacy. No. Usually they say what the hell kind of job is that now I thought those guys did that in their mom's basement. And I tell him I've got an office. And then I tell them I do a podcast and video and like what? Yeah. People who don't know it used to be that you were door if you played fantasy football and now your door. If you just don't know anything about fantasy. Football's kinda true, congratulations. If you're listening. You're not a door. All right. Tony's question. But we answered it. Okay. Now, Kevin from Arlington. We Tony so much dancer twice..
"richard japan" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
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