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Holiday Entertainment: Everything Coming To Your Screens This December

WREC Programming

01:16 min | 1 hr ago

Holiday Entertainment: Everything Coming To Your Screens This December

"December with new movies and shows coming to your TV Disney Plus subscribers can stream the live action. Mullan movie for free, starting December 4th on the 11th Catch high School musical, The Holiday special featuring the stars singing their Hanukkah Christmas and New Year's favorites and debut on Christmas Day on Disney, Plus the latest Pixar release Soul. Coming to Netflix, December 1st much love Christmas favorites get the documentary treatment in the holiday movies that made us then on the fourth. It's the David Fincher black and white epic make which documents the writing of Citizen Kane. December 11th, The Ryan Murphy Netflix original. The prom features and all singing and dancing cast starting Jo, Ellen Pellman, Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep, Ariana Grande, a James Corden and more For Amazon Prime video subscribers. The Royals season three drops on the fourth starting December. 7th premium members get to stream NFL Thursday night Football. The Grand Tour returns for season two on the eighth. John Claude Van Damme stars in the comedy flick John Claude Van Johnson coming to prime on December 15th followed by the second season of humans on the 21st. Next month. The Lord of the Rings trilogy comes to Hu Lu, along with a handful of James Bond movies. The Hu Lu original series, The Hardy Boys premieres on the fourth, then season nine of Letterkenny on the 26th.

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Iranian scientist's death only the latest in long line of attacks blamed on Israel

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:23 sec | 15 hrs ago

Iranian scientist's death only the latest in long line of attacks blamed on Israel

"Iran's promising strong retribution against israel for the death of one of its top nuclear scientists on friday israelis have long been suspected of conduct these kinds of attacks in iran including one kill the nuclear scientists in that country almost exactly one decade ago so clearly the iranians think that israel is behind this as fox's ryan. She'll

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Iran's supreme leader vows revenge over slain scientist

Rush Limbaugh

00:33 sec | 1 d ago

Iran's supreme leader vows revenge over slain scientist

"Iran's supreme leader is calling for definitive punishment in response to the apparent assassination of the country's top nuclear scientists. Iranian officials blaming Israel for the killing, Analysts say one thing is for sure This attack is definitely going to renew tensions between the U. S and Iran in the waning days of President Trump's term, and some analysts are out there, saying it could box and president elect In terms of what he can now do with Iran, and the reason for that is that President elect Biden has suggested that he would like to return to that deal that the Trump Administration pulled out of boxes. Ryan SHOW

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Ohio State cancels a game after a coronavirus outbreak, potentially imperiling its Big Ten chances

Smart Oil and Gas Show

00:26 sec | 1 d ago

Ohio State cancels a game after a coronavirus outbreak, potentially imperiling its Big Ten chances

"State Illinois game separate today that was canceled due to an outbreak within the Buckeyes that included head coach Ryan Day testing positive for covert 19. Same for the Virginia Florida state game that was canceled. Thanks to trace testing for the Seminoles. Plenty games are being played. That includes some that have already begun. Florida leads Kentucky seven and nothing That's late in the first quarter. Also in the first quarter, 12th like Indiana, seven, Nothing lead on Maryland. Texas Tech, a seven nothing advantage on Oklahoma State.

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Ohio State Head Coach Tests Positive For COVID-19

Bloomberg Businessweek

00:16 sec | 1 d ago

Ohio State Head Coach Tests Positive For COVID-19

"Ohio State head football coach Ryan Day is the latest the test positive for covert 19 multiple reports a day will miss Saturday's road game between the fourth ranked Buckeyes and Illinois assistant head coach and defensive line coach Larry Johnson will serve as interim coach for the game

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Baltimore Ravens star quarterback tests positive for COVID-19

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:25 sec | 1 d ago

Baltimore Ravens star quarterback tests positive for COVID-19

"Now to the nfl and college football both facing covert outbreaks. Baltimore ravens quarterback in the nfl. Mvp lamar jackson is reportedly among a dozen players who tested positive for covid. Nineteen this week. The ravens thanksgiving game against the steelers has been postponed now for a second time and ohio state head coach ryan has also tested positive. He's currently in isolation and will not be with the team tomorrow in illinois

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Ohio State coach Ryan Day tests positive for COVID-19 and will miss next two games

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:07 sec | 1 d ago

Ohio State coach Ryan Day tests positive for COVID-19 and will miss next two games

"Ohio State coach Ryan Day tested positive for covert 19 so he will not be traveling with the fourth ranked Buckeyes for tomorrow's game against Illinois.

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Review of Ernest Cline's new sequel to "Ready Player One"

Moviac on Crack

02:29 min | 2 d ago

Review of Ernest Cline's new sequel to "Ready Player One"

"To celebrate the new release them to be doing a pretty much a premature good review slash overview slash cracking case of ready player. One so guys not heard ernest. Client the author of the book has just released. The sequel ready to kind of obvious sequel title of course Homeless yet so he just released that few days ago and so celebrated coincide with the release of that wanna give an analysis of the book and the film and talk about what makes good also terrible crack. Little bit into that. Talk goes on there so mean. There's a lot of inspiration for sure that this book you know if you look at the first book most of it was actually branded as Welcomes the matrix. But it's definitely Will begin to see why the more talk about the book. The anyways one of the biggest things i think that is about ready player. One that makes rare one is easily. He absurd amount references. There are two age culture. So it's basically a nostalgic view ryan. I think a lot of people didn't like the book for that exact reason. They thought it was too focused on the references and not enough on the actual storytelling and being someone who has read the book three times. Yes i loved it that much. I do have a bias for game street fair yet. Reading three times begin to notice. That slate obsession the eighties referencing. He used it or his clients a way to sort of explain his character's actions you know how much the eke out everything incomes office. Specializing agree with that. But i definitely think you kind of goes with the spirit of the book and you felt okay. I hope was very solid personally. I used to think it was great. But i think the more i read it. The more Laws in how. It's not the best thing ever. But now i still really liked it and waddy influences are very much. They're they're used very well. Because it doesn't feel like a derivative story with the wonka. It's not all like a golden ticket race. It's definitely a lot more than that. Aaron klein the author thousands first book yet row. Houses debut very her to believe considering. How much material was put into it. But it was a pretty good

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Multi-vehicle crash on Chicago's Interstate 95 northbound Express lanes

WBBM Evening News

01:09 min | 2 d ago

Multi-vehicle crash on Chicago's Interstate 95 northbound Express lanes

"And weather together on the eights. Here's happy, Ryan. Well right now on the inbound side of the Eisenhower. We have two separate crashes right before Damon and then it's heavy as you approach racing to the Jane Byrne interchange If you're on the rest of the expressway so far, so good on the Edens and the Kennedy now the inbound Eisenhower as I mentioned, you've got this accident, actually, two separate accidents right before Damon. Three cars need to be towed away. So it's a little heavy as you approach Damon. And then after that, heavy as you approach racing to the Jane Byrne Interchange, the impound Ryan Is the other problem spot this evening. Also the outbound Ryan let's start off with that outbound. It's heavy from the Stevenson through the express lanes with a crash there on the ramp to the express lanes in north bound, You've got a gay pers delay Further south. It is heavy right around 87th Multi multi vehicle crash there too, right Lancer Black. And then another one with a car into the wall right at the 91st blocking the left lane, The inbound Ryan. There's a gay pers delay to the crash right around Stevenson. And then there is a delay from 18th on into the Jane Byrne interchange, the other expressways and totally, They're all fine. Northwest Indiana is quiet tonight.

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Supreme Court blocks strict COVID-19 restrictions on New York houses of worship

All Things Considered

04:14 min | 2 d ago

Supreme Court blocks strict COVID-19 restrictions on New York houses of worship

"Of New York state's strict attendants limits on religious gatherings. The rules were designed to help slow the spread of the Corona virus. It's 5 to 4 decision highlights tensions that have grown during the pandemic between secular leaders and some religious groups that also opens a window on the new makeup of this court. Now that Amy Cockney Barrett is on the bench. NPR's Brian Mann is in Westport in upstate New York and has been following developments have Ryan Hey, happy Thanksgiving, Ari. Same to you. New York has seen tens of thousands of covert 19 deaths. So what immediate impact is this ruling going to have on the state's attempt to fight the pandemic? State officials say there's no immediate impact. The Roman Catholic Church and Orthodox Jewish groups brought this legal challenge and state officials have already rolled back the so called red and orange zones that covered their churches and synagogues. So the rule limiting attendance to his fewest 10 people, even in big religious spaces. It wasn't actually being enforced. But the ruling could limit new restrictions here in the future at the number of cases really surges again in New York, and this also sends a message. You know two other governors around the country how the Supreme Court will look it at any of their restrictions. What's the reaction been today from the religious groups that brought this case? Yeah, they've declared victory. They say this is an important win for religious freedom. They point out that New York was still allowing so called essential businesses to operate in Corona virus hot spots without the same level of restriction. And this win for religious leaders is reversal from the Supreme Court's posture just last summer that gave governors ah lot more leeway fighting this pandemic. I spoke about this with Douglas Laycock at the University of Virginia, he's legal expert on religious liberty. Governor's orders in New York, where some of the mystery Cockney and in the country the first case where Amy Cody Barrett really makes a difference is compared to respect her Ginsberg and it slipped the result and they're not going to be different from the governor's anymore. They're really going toe examine closely for signs of discrimination. And Laycock points out, Ari that governors can still restrict religious gatherings. They just can't restrict them in ways that are different from rules for businesses or government buildings. And now New York governor Andrew Cuomo was named personally in the lawsuit. How did he respond to the ruling? He described this as a political statement being made by this more conservative bloc that now defines this court. But in his daily coronavirus briefing today, Cuomo did also acknowledge the complicated tension here. Look, I'm a former altar boy Catholic Catholic grammar school Catholic high school Jesuit, said college, so I fully respect religion. And if there's a time in life when we need it at the time is now. But we want to make sure we keep people safe at the same time, and and that's the balance we're trying to hit, especially through this holiday season. And I should add, are that this isn't really new. Here. We've seen deadly Corona virus outbreaks in New York around religious communities following ceremonies, funerals and weddings, for example, right from the start of this pandemic, and religious leaders have clashed repeatedly with caramel, also with New York City's mayor. Over how far elected officials can or should go to limit new infections. Now, you mentioned that this reflects the new makeup of the Supreme Court, and there was some tense language in the opinions tell us about what the justices said. Conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch wrote a concurrence of green with this decision that was pretty biting. He wrote that, according to Governor Cuomo, and I'm reading here, quote it may be unsafe to go to church. But it's always fine to pick up another bottle of wine shop for a new bike or spend the afternoon exploring your distal points and meridians. That's Reference thereto acupuncture clinics that remain open in New York. Meanwhile, in her dissent, Liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor pointed out that in the past, the Supreme Court has given public officials broad leeway in cases involving religion where public safety is a concern, she pointed The fact that the Supreme Court upheld President Trump's ban on immigration from certain Muslim countries. So justice Sotomayor suggesting that this ruling reflects a double standard. NPR's Brian Man, Thanks a lot. Thank you worry. It's a tough call to make telling your family you won't be

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interview With Emily Reiser

Outcomes Rocket

04:54 min | 3 d ago

interview With Emily Reiser

"Welcome back to the outcomes. Rocket saw marquez's here. And today i have the privilege of hosting emily riser. She is the senior manager of innovation community engagement with the texas medical center. She supports clinicians and administrators at the tmc member institutions as well as hundreds of startups and other corporate partners engaged with tmc innovation. You guys have probably heard some of the healthcare entrepreneurs we've had out of the center. They're doing such incredible things in her previous role at emc she was a strategist for two tmc x. Cohorts she contributed to the redesign of the tmc axe program for twenty twenty and started the tmc alpha program for local innovators prior to joining tmc innovation. She led and venture a nonprofit organization supporting entrepreneurship training and company formation in the life sciences. She has directly contributed to business development projects with dozens of local life startups and supported the formation of four new companies. So her heart is totally in healthcare. Emily earned her bachelor's in biology from emory university and her phd in bio engineering from university focused on drug delivery for cancer immunotherapy. So you can imagine that. It's going to be a really cool conversation and emily Really really grateful that you Carved out some time to be with us today. Thanks for thanks for being outcast. Thank you so much saw so excited to be with today. Yeah and so you have such a cool experience right you've been in the healthcare startups and you know you've kind of gone pretty far in your formal education with bio engineering. And now you're in this area with this like incubating these cool really forward thinking companies that are changing the game. so what is it that Inspires your work in healthcare. I think a lot of us in healthcare are looking to have an impact on how patients are being cared for and that certainly inspires my work as well. And i always knew that i wanted to be in the healthcare space but didn't know how to do that while also making the most impact that i could so when exploring -nology that took me into research which you know if you can develop something that s- impacts you know thousands of people then really feels like you've done something meaningful to impact patient care but of course you have to pick something good you can spend your whole life Working on something. That doesn't end up doing that. And so i've moved more close to the patient closer to the bedside throughout my journey and now i have the privilege to work with folks that are directly saving lives. Impacting how how systems are ryan and making things easier for clinicians hospital administrators and then of course the patients to access the care that they need. So that's what. I love about my job right now. Is being able to work with somebody different kinds of people within the community you know. The house systems themselves clinicians entrepreneurs so every day is different but every single person is working toward making patient. Care better love that you're so mission oriented in that love their by two as you as you think about the work you guys are doing. Tmc is texas medical centers innovationlab. And so i think it's a good opportunity for folks that don't know about it to educate them about it but then after you tell us about it let us know a little bit more about how you're adding value to the healthcare ecosystem absolutely so the texas medical center is that's really interesting. Nonprofit organization that was started seventy five years ago through a gift from the md anderson foundation and we don't provide health care so we're not a health stem but we provide infrastructure that sits under md anderson texas children's houston methodist small herman and twenty one other different clinical institutions as. Well as you know. Other research institutions universities rice university of houston etc and so our role is to be the connective tissue and dr collaboration between and among all of the different institutions. So right now that looks like data that we publish every day around You can go to our website. I you and see how were clobbering across all these institutions to share updates on hospitalizations and other things that are relevant within our hospitals or doing a lot of work behind the scenes to try and make sure that everyone is cloud reading and and sharing best practices. And there's been a lot of really cool work coming out of that but five years ago we also started this great innovation initiative which combines space talent physical resources that all come together to provide different actors to entrepreneurs that can work with our health systems. And so it's an incubator. We have a partnership with johnson and johnson j. labs and body and other corporate partners to create density around making startups possible and always relevant tied back to the clinical application clinical outcomes. And

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Democratic leaders blast Trump's pardon of Flynn

Morning Edition

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Democratic leaders blast Trump's pardon of Flynn

"President Trump has pardoned former national security adviser Michael Flynn, who pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI in connection with Trump's Russia contacts before the inauguration. Flynn later tried to walk back that guilty plea, NPR's Ryan Lucas has more. Flynn became a rallying cry of sorts for Trump and his base and allies on the hill, who have felt that he was unjustly prosecuted. They welcomed this part. Republican Senator Lindsey Graham, a key ally of the president, for example, called this pardon of good move. Democrats. On the other hand, unsurprisingly declared this corrupt. The Democratic chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, said that this was an abuse of the president's pardon power. He said that Trump is using it to reward his friends and political allies and protect those who lied to cover up for him. NPR's Ryan Lucas

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Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough

All Things Considered

04:24 min | 3 d ago

Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough

"Movement to limit the no knock warrants that let police burst into residences without warning activists were inspired by the death of Briana Taylor, who was shot during a questionable drug raid on her apartment in Louisville last March. NPR's Martin cost has more. No knock legislation is being considered across the country this year in places like Kentucky, Ohio in New York, the one state that collects annual data about police. Forcible entry raids is Utah and the numbers there show that they're mostly used for drug enforcement. Connor Boyack runs a libertarian policy is to they're called the bear to us, and he says, it's timeto act on those statistics. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches? As we've seen? We've seen it in Utah. We've seen it with Rianna Taylor was seen it elsewhere. We're losing lives over this, and so is it worth it? As legislation has drawn up, the activists are realizing that a simple ban on no knock raids may not do that much actual know Knox are relatively rare. Even the raid that killed Briana Taylor may not have been executed as a no knock. I was facing the door a taste. That's what we hear in this body camera video from the immediate aftermath of the raid. Taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of just barging in and shooting. But a cop on the scene denies that. No. Three times he starts warning. Don't try that. It's hard to make out there. But the cop in the video says no, no, we announced three times police search warrant. If that's true, then the raid was executed as a knock and announce, and a ban on know Knox would have stopped it. We actually have to be more stringent about all types of search warrants on de specially knocking announce warrants. That's Katie Ryan with a criminal justice reform group known as campaign zero. Flimsy legislation would not stop officers from technically knocking and announcing hitting the door wants saying officers than using the battering ram. You know and shredding someone's door. Because warrant policy and legislation has so few requirements, so they've expanded their campaign toe add requirements to knock and announce warrants, too. Their wish list includes things like limiting the raids to daytime hours, making sure the officers are in uniform and that the Intel about who's inside the house is up to date. But perhaps the most contentious of their proposals is the minimum weight time. They say Police should pause at least 30 seconds after they first announced themselves. Virginia State legislator Luxuries aired thinks that makes sense not announced. Wait for someone inside to respond to gather themselves, you know, make a decision about how they're getting ready to choose to interact with law enforcement. Before any additional action is taken. Aired. Got a package of warrant requirements passed in Virginia this fall. But the 32nd wait. Time was something she could not get through. It was called dangerous to officers. And that's the feeling of Thor feels. He used to be a SWAT commander in Colorado Springs. And he's now the head of the National Tactical Officers Association to have a blanket stipulation of a mandated time for waiting. Just increases risk, he says. 30 seconds may seem a reasonable wait time outside of a large single family house in the middle of the night. But outside, say, a small motel room containing a potentially armed fugitive 30 seconds would be way too long for those officers at the door. Feels believes fast paced. Forced entries should be a last resort. But they should still be there as an option, along with other approaches, such as partial entries or surrounding the residents and calling the suspect by phone. All of these are part of this whole risk analysis. That is absolutely the most critical component in determining what option is likely to be the most successful with the least amount of risk to everybody involved. He thinks the courts have actually got the balance right by telling police to be quote reasonable and how they execute a warrant. And if police go too far, the court can always throw out the evidence from the raid. But hell says he also understands what he calls the emotion coming out of incidents such as the death of Briana Taylor, which is driving this campaign to more clearly define what a reasonable police raid should look like. Martin cost NPR NEWS.

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Trump grants 'full pardon' to Michael Flynn

90.3 KAZU Programming

00:50 sec | 3 d ago

Trump grants 'full pardon' to Michael Flynn

"Granted a full pardon to his first national security adviser, Michael Flynn. As NPR's Ryan Lucas reports, Flynn had pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. During the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. The president announced his decision on Twitter. He congratulated Flynn and his family and said they will now have a quote. Truly fantastic Thanksgiving. Pardon brings an end of Lynn's long running legal saga. He pleaded guilty in 2017 the line to the FBI about his contacts with Russia and cooperated with investigators. But last year, Flynn reversed course and proclaimed his innocence. He claimed he was set up by the FBI, and he tried to withdraw his guilty plea. The Justice Department then sought to drop its case against him, although a federal judge refused to do so immediately and the matter has remained tied up in court. The case is Moz now that Flynn has received a full presidential pardon. Ryan

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Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough

All Things Considered

04:25 min | 3 d ago

Activists Say A Simple Ban On 'No-Knock' Raids May Not Be Enough

"The no knock warrants that let police burst into residences without warning activists were inspired by the death of Briana Taylor, who was shot during a questionable drug raid on her apartment in Louisville last March. NPR's Martin cost has more. No knock legislation is being considered across the country this year in places like Kentucky, Ohio in New York, the one state that collects annual data about police. Forcible entry raids is Utah and the numbers there show that they're mostly used for drug enforcement. Connor Boyack runs a libertarian policy is to they're called the bear to us, and he says, it's timeto act on those statistics. Do we really want to be recognizing the lives of individuals for drug searches? As we've seen? We've seen it in Utah. We've seen it with Briana Taylor was seen it elsewhere. We're losing lives over this, and so is it worth it? But as legislation has drawn up, the activists are realizing that a simple ban on no knock raids may not do that. Much actual know Knox are relatively rare. Even the raid that killed Briana Taylor may not have been executed as a no knock. Somebody was facing the door a taste. That's what we hear in this body camera video from the immediate aftermath of the raid. Taylor's boyfriend accuses the police of just barging in and shooting. But a cop on the scene denies that three times he starts warming. Don't try that. It's hard to make out there. But the cop in the video says no, no, we announced three times police search warrant. If that's true, then the raid was executed as a knock and announce, and a ban on know Knox would have stopped it. We actually have to be more stringent about all types of search warrants on de specially knocking announce warrants. That's Katie Ryan with a criminal justice reform group known as campaign zero. Flimsy legislation would not stop officers from technically knocking and announcing Hitting the door once saying officers then using the battering ram. You know and shredding someone's door. Because warrant policy and legislation has so few requirements, so they've expanded their campaign toe add requirements to knock and announce warrants, too. Their wish list includes things like limiting the raids to daytime hours, making sure the officers are in uniform and that the Intel about who's inside the house is up to date. But perhaps the most contentious of their proposals is the minimum weight time. They say Police should pause at least 30 seconds after they first announced themselves. Virginia State legislator Luxuries aired thinks that makes sense not announced. Wait for someone inside to respond to gather themselves, you know, make a decision about how they're getting ready to choose to interact with law enforcement. Before any additional action is taken. Aired got a package of warrant requirements passed in Virginia this fall. But the 32nd wait. Time was something she could not get through. It was called dangerous to officers, and that's the feeling of Thor feels. He used to be a SWAT commander in Colorado Springs. And he's now the head of the National Tactical Officers Association to have a blanket stipulation of a mandated time for waiting. Just increases risk, he says. 30 seconds may seem a reasonable wait time outside of a large single family house in the middle of the night, but outside, say, a small motel room containing a potentially armed fugitive. 30 seconds would be way too long for those officers at the door. Feels believes fast paced. Forced entries should be a last resort. But they should still be there as an option, along with other approaches, such as partial entries or surrounding the residents and calling the suspect by phone. All of these are part of this whole risk analysis. That is absolutely the most critical component in determining what option is likely to be the most successful with the least amount of risk to everybody involved. He thinks the courts have actually got the balance right by telling police to be quote reasonable and how they execute a warrant. And if police go too far, the court can always throw out the evidence from the raid. But hell says he also understands what he calls the emotion coming out of incidents such as the death of Briana Taylor, which is driving this campaign to more clearly define what a reasonable police raid should look like. Martin cost NPR news.

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California sent jobless benefits to death row inmates

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:22 min | 4 d ago

California sent jobless benefits to death row inmates

"An April fool's joke. But this is November. KCBS is Tim Ryan. Has reaction to reports that California's employment Development Department is so overwhelmed that it's sending unemployment checks to death row inmates and many others behind bars. We knew months ago that inmates were gaming, the employment development Department here in San Mateo County 21 were charged with filing false claims in several pleaded guilty. But on Tuesday, prosecutors around the state outline what may be the largest case of fraud in California history. But it's incredible chairman. It's very sad because a lot of those under It's a millions of dollars that have gone to prisoners in San Quentin and on death row could have gone to people at home who are struggling right now I need to put up meal on the table. State Senator Jerry Hill of San Matteo is chairman of the Senate's Labor Public Employment of Retirement Committee and is held hearings on the DDS inability to process claims. Fort Deserving Californians. The system, he says, was nowhere near prepared for massive unemployment and all of a sudden when that triples and quadruples in numbers and immediately it put such pressure on the system that In the training that's necessary that they could not deal with it. Fraudulent checks that went to notorious killers, including Cary Stayner and Scott Peterson could total AH billion dollars, according to the Sacramento D. A.

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California prosecutors say inmates fraudulently applied for stimulus money and may have cost the state $1 billion

KCBS Radio Morning News

01:23 min | 4 d ago

California prosecutors say inmates fraudulently applied for stimulus money and may have cost the state $1 billion

"The morning off. Unbelievable is the word used to describe the staggering unemployment check fraud scheme taking place behind bars all across California. CBS is Tim Ryan explains live help. Prosecutors suspect jailed inmates have fraudulently collected hundreds of millions of dollars in phony claims with the state's employment development Department, Tim Dan from County jails to death row, Tens of thousands of inmates received unemployment checks behind bars. Prosecutors say Ah, fraud totaling hundreds of millions of dollars, if not a billion was so rushed to get the money to people which you can understand, just didn't do the work and provide the security and the identification that's necessary to do it right. And those hundreds of millions of dollars of guns, progeny only tow people in prison. Hopefully they can get that money back. State Senator Jerry Hill of San Matteo is chaired hearings on the E D. D M s saying that fixes are in place now to catch this sort of fraud. This is a major Major disaster for not only employers in California, but it just shows the lack of oversight. Checks were sent to San Quentin's death row prisoners, although it's not clear whether the inmates perpetrated that fraud or whether others did it in their name. 21 people, mostly inmates have been charged with fraud here in

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Riot Games Reportedly Shopping English Media Rights for LoL Esports

Esports Minute

01:40 min | Last week

Riot Games Reportedly Shopping English Media Rights for LoL Esports

"Games has confirmed their shopping the granddaddy of all media rights deals on the trains and said the Esports minute from a sports network. The Esports minute is presented by technology game-changers. Check them out at TGC play linked below media rights deals or one of the key ways traditional sports teams and leagues earn money, but in use Sports, they are nearly as valuable accepts me for this one Riot games is reportedly shopping the English media rights deal for League of Legends Esports. Ryan has already sold the Chinese specific media rights to Billy Billy for $113 according Port now that deal was only for the worldwide events. Not for the regional leagues. I think it's fair to assume. The English media rights deals are in the same ballpark, but it's hard to tell without knowing the individual leagues that were applied to the deal if right is selling the rights to broadcast the LCS the LEC and international events in English. It will undoubtedly be the biggest media rights deal in Esports History Month. The two key players vying for the rights will be YouTube and twitch YouTube swooped the Activision Blizzard media rights from twitch before this previous season becoming the whole of the OverWatch and Call of Duty leagues. But League of Legends Esports are on another level entirely international events are the most watched streams on Twitch every single year without fail. They are also broadcast on YouTube though. It seems like ahead of the next year. It's going to be one of the other this was first reported by Travis Gafford, but confirmed by the sports Business Journal a few days ago. Now how riots used divvy up. These meteorites will shape the E Sports landscape for years to come and whoever brings most cash to the table will set themselves up with the biggest Esports product in the world bar.

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"ryan he" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

"ryan he" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"I mean i'm were. You are you near austin. Yeah i'm being a urge recruited yes aggressively and if And moving out there to go out there once a month or something. So i'll look for you. Want to get out there. Yeah please. Everyone i know is moving to texas. Yeah and while certain california's they are fleeing fleeing fling. You can't get out is up it's fucking messier and texas. I'm sure has its own issues. But i was saying that you definitely have more freedom in texas which is great but then everyone else has freedom and that is the that as the tension that should be your next book right there. Right about that are my friend. We'll talk soon. Where do you people to go. Daily stove dot com daily podcast and ryan holiday. I take a cold shower every day. And i think every single day when the cold water hits me a more fati tally. Go the trusdale at ryan. Has these little little. What are they coin. Challenge points and not merely to bear what is necessary but to love. It is a something that goes through my mind every morning at a pretty good thing. It's it's practice. You know if you if you start with a cold shower. The rest of the day is probably looking up. Don't get too aggressive on this because we may disappoint people but it is. It is the practice. There's a practice to stoicism the ads. Ads.

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"ryan he" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

08:18 min | 3 weeks ago

"ryan he" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Meanwhile he's got his boot on their neck at preventing them from from learning. And there's actually. I was just reading henry. Louis gates has this book about phillis wheatley. The The the african poet is slave who becomes a poet and she would. She was so brilliant she was the first african like talented african person that the founders had to wrestle. She wrote poems about george washington and she met a lot of the founders. You could see the cognitive dissonance that they were struggling with because the entire premise of slavery was based on these preposterous pseudoscientific understanding of of species and brains. And so so. They believe that that that they were the superior species and then they see this person who's extremely talented and smart and instead of wrestling with that they obviously they find excuses for why. It's not the same but that perspectives. It determines the world in a lot of ways how we see it. I'm going to text you an article. You still have a two and three number mar. The the african perspective of slavery is also another piece that we need to contend with that we have not begun to struggle with yet and it's really a strengthening article. Descent you okay. And it's i don't think it's right but it's an interesting. It's struggling with this phenomenon. And i have a feeling all of this. Th the stoic may be a great source for us all to kind of wrangle with this. So let's talk about the store because that's what the books about okay. I enjoyed it. I i love historical kinds of books and you would recommend it to me the fire before the fire or something. What was the thing about. The storm storm before the storm which i've read And and the life lecturers. I read that too and back to your comment about who the previous the previous sort of purveyors of history where they're the intellectuals much assholes for sure the a bunch of assholes and that book berg's at home this storm before the storm will fuck you up right me up yet. Did fuck me up to tell me how fucked you up. And he was an important but freebies important reading for the life of the stoic to yes because some of that stuff was in there. So go ahead so i think a lot of people go okay. Rome was doing well. And then julius caesar overthrows nope turns out not the storm before the storm is about the one basically a hundred years that that almost made that a foregone conclusion that the sort of the arms race in the collapse norms and the the breaking down of the institutions. And you really like it makes you realize like okay. Where is america in this cycle and probably not in a good place well right. It's a cautionary tale for where we are. Now i also read it thought. Oh we're not like that now. Who knows but that's a fool's fool's interpretation charlotte but the magnitude of the violence and murder and mob sort of Extraordinary mob violence again was really an end. The rapid repetition of it. I thought it was something happened a couple times in roman history across you know there. There's the examples of senators getting up and talking you know and giving a big presentation while they have their their relative executed behind them and stuff. It's like share. I heard of that happening happened a lot. It's incredible that there wasn't any kind of force that came in and settle this all down. It would only settle down for a few years at a time. Someone would be giving a talk and it'd be unpopular and the mob would just tear them limbs limb. Yeah it's it's it's very it's sort of just makes you. I think what it made me very cognizant of and i think it's something that america is struggling with right now in this very election. It's like when you have one side breaking the rules. The the impulsive. The other side is to break the rules but at the same time if only one side is playing by the rules. It's it's one version of a cycle but then if both sides are breaking the rules that creates a cycle you need someone to come in and gathered up enough force or moral authority to be able to sort of put a hard stop to the cycle will. That's what machiavelli said right. He s he said. You gotta have a strong man come in and then you restore republic. That was sort of his sort of his construct. The print print thought chaser. A borja was the example of what you need and he came into the horrible stuff. Well i just mean like as a as a reason political example okay so in two thousand sixteen or fifteen hundred sixteen you have the republicans basically steal supreme court seat from sitting president them steal a seat from the sitting president and then now you have sort of jam potentially jamming through another one which will create incentives for the democrats to potentially pack the court or add senate seats and so so that this. It's you know rule breaking gets rule breaking begets nor breaking. And so what you need is somebody who can come in and go okay. We're going to do a reset and op that or or else. It spirals out of control and usually into violence very very quickly. What were the reset. Look like would it be we need to restore constitutional primacy and the originalist kind of view of things. Or how do we do it. I mean from what. I've heard from smart people and it'd be like if there's some ideal scenario where the republicans don't jam a through justice. There's some agreement where they you know. There's some agreement where the one side agrees to do this. The other side agrees not to pack the court and then they sort of go back to business as usual you need you need some sort of or whatever is it detente. They detente to where where where it stops. The escalation because you know In inevitably where as as a as clouds says you know wars just the extension of politics by other means if the political system breaks down. What happens is violence. And i think you're seeing that you know people feel like they don't have input in this area and then the that they react with violence not necessarily rational or or a sorry. It's not not exactly productive but there is a logic to it. So what were the stoic. Say about this. How whom would you choose there. There are a lot of different kinds of flavors of stoicism out there. And you expose us to that. Which i thought was fascinating so i. I'm fascinated with the example of kato. Because kato is on. The one hand is deeply principled. He's he's like what people think you would need in a situation like this. They're like you need the guy with moral authority who never bends. Who can't break. Who has iron will to enforce what the norms are. But there's this famous scene where so Pompey comes back to rome and the roman systems falling apart. This is in in that book. It's also lives in the storm before the storm and in lives store so pompey approaches kato and says. Hey let's do a marriage alliance at like. I'm powerful your powerful. Let's align kato. Says i will not be bribed by the way of women's apartments. You i see what you're doing. You're trying to team up with me through connecting our families. I'm not going to do it. And so at the time. A lot of people celebrate this as you know sort of incorruptibility but what happens is pompey goes. Oh okay with an. I'm going to align with caesar instead. And so so basically kato's intransigence drives pompey into the arms of caesar who's arguably much worse right and that is what eventually leads the overthrow..

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"ryan he" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

08:07 min | 3 weeks ago

"ryan he" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Self fulfilling or self effective or ineffective truth in a way if you don't believe that an individual can impact history at the very least. You won't be the individual who has an impact on history right interesting. Well i i still feel that the proper way to teach it this sort of dovetails into the lives of the celtics. The retina the cynics the that'd be much more boring but maybe or maybe more exciting that hang on. I'm trying to be able to do three things at once. All the really really easy. When i was younger with no problem now it stalls me out. My daughter started texting me just now so Mattering courage cynics stoic. I lost so go to this idea of why why it's lives with the stokes and not lies of the cynics. I think that goes to the point right. Obviously for people. Who don't cynic a cynic is not just sort of a skeptical person. There was a school philosophy. Known as the cynics diogenes the cynic is the most famous in his contrarian clever guy in athens you like cells all his possessions. You walks around in rags is known. These famous one liners. I mean other than him. There were no cynics that did anything they were. They were the mentally ill of the time they were they were. They had an interesting. They're smart but they were off the monks that you know. Get rid of all their possessions and live in the streets are sort of. They're living in the streets and known for storage of urinating and defecating masturbating from the streets. Too so which is outside of philosophy. I'd say that's another issue which is sort of my point that there is some sort of is sort of questioning a lot of core subjects but ultimately the cynics don't anything and i what i admire about this still exist that these were real people who had real jobs so they were philosophical but they were also diplomats generals and shopkeepers and soldiers and an emperor's and they the reason i'm interested in the stoic is not just because of what they say philosophically but it it seems from the evidence that their lives that it was possible to live a productive purposeful happy philosophical life. And i think the still show that would. They have called themselves philosophers. Marcus translator gregory hayes. Speculates that actually. Marcus really might not have identified as a stoic. Right he might have just identified as a philosopher. Which i think i i do think you know i don't personally reverence. Go around calling myself a stoic. I see myself as a student of stoic philosophy. But it's like you know if you're a black bell do you go around calling yourself a a karate master something no you duly. Leave the labels to other people interesting. I remember what i wanted to say. That was about history itself. Which was that i think. Probably the best way to t- to sort of frame history is largely well-meaning people some of them will aggressive and violent who were trying the best. They could navigate their socio historical context. And we will make mistakes to someone to look back on us and think we're idiots and horrible evil villains as you say a parade of horrible evil villains. That's true but i mean for instance i was. I was and we've talked noted out about this before but i was thinking about reconstruction recently. I just read this great book. Life of klansmen. A sort of the rise of the clan and the sort of unredeemed south in the aftermath of the civil war and it. It is true that they're largely sell well meaning people but then there's also truly bad people and i feel like a lot of history and a lot of the shameful events of history. Are the good people not doing enough about the bad people. So like on daily stokes instagram. Riposting this marks really has a great quote says remember. It's possible to commit an injustice by doing nothing. I think the hard part though when you're living in a certain moment of history is to understand where that is yes. It's really not easy for people. And i think there's things that need to be stood up to right now. That may look good may be popular but they need to be stood up against. Yeah i i think there's always that i it. I guess what my point is. It's it's not. Like in retrospect it can seem like everyone was on the same page. Is slavery your own racism right. There was a good portion of people who knew what that what was happening was wrong. They just either weren't able to create a big enough coalition to do something about it or they were. They were too busy with like i. I think it's often we know like we know what's right. We just failed to do it. It's not that we accidentally did the wrong thing. It's that we didn't quite get over the hump back to us learning out about reconstruction there is. There's a piece of that what you've just referenced that my perspective has changed a little bit on and let me sort of point out what it is which is yes. There are a lot. There were a lot of abolitionists. There's a lot of any new slavery wrong. They were still white supremacists. They still all of them all of them they the black folk needed their them to save the white guy to save them from the other evil white guy so they can restore them to their whatever it was i. It's always which is fascinating that they couldn't get out of their white supremacist position. And that's then perspec- -tival ism. I wonder if stoicism has anything to say about this. Perspec- -tival ism is really a challenging phenomenon. For the human brain you know to to the position from which i'm observing things affects what i see. It is an interesting thing. I've i've been fascinated by the role that slavery plays inside stoicism and because obviously in ancient roman stoicism is well accepted in popular but even epoch. Titas you introduced me to visit slave. What's fascinating is even epa tatum. Writings don't quite ever get to a point. Where he's questioning the institution of slave not at all not at all not even close. He's he's telling you to accept it. It's just the nature of things and how to deal with it. Yeah right now again. Let's rephrase that kind of slavery was not a cats it was not not a chattel. Slaves is really more about products of war. And things like that which is not defending it. But just knows framing the specifics. It was just about dominance right one power. But but i was just reading about this recently because so thomas. Jefferson is a fan of stoicism and he. He's writing about it. He's obsessed with this brilliant man. Who has these conflicted views about slavery. But but he's writing. And i think it's notes from virginia or something he's going he's like but you know the slaves in rome. Even the roman slavery was probably worse as institution. He's like the roman slaves. Some of them were so smart. You know he's talking about us. Talking about epic tito and terrance and serious. And he's like you know he says if if if the african slaves were as smart as not see the white supremacy again then it would be different right. It's what's interesting is to your point about perspective. He's he even though he's brilliant. Man is not able to wrap his head around the fact that the reason there's no epoch titas in america is because it was punishable by death to teach a slave to read right. Yeah so so it's like he can't even wrap his head it's like he's saying like look. If the if the african slaves were smarter better we wouldn't be enslaving them..

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"ryan he" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

08:51 min | 3 weeks ago

"ryan he" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

"Welcome to the doctor who podcast gang. Keep the wins the sale of those that. Keep us afloat here at the corolla pirate ship com for the family of pods there after dark. People seem to like that and then we have a daily stream at youtube slash. Dr drew You can see that on periscope or facebook wherever you like. And while we're doing that we either have call ins or chat so we appreciate you being powder. This one of my favorite guests of all time is ryan holiday and he joins us today. He has yet another book. This is the lives of the stoic new angle on stoicism as always welcome. Yeah thanks for having me. This is always an honor. So where shall we start. How let me let me talk about stoicism in your life again for a minute has it. Has it helped. Hasn't been great. Good way to. I mean when i first met you you were like nineteen and your whole now. Yeah i'm thirty three. Yeah so you've been one you've adopted. She leads the yeah. It's the it's the guiding sort of bikes philosophy of my life. It's it's how i try to make my decisions. It's how i try to go through the world. I mean i'm not certainly not perfect at it but it's had a huge impact and i feel like we're that chinese saying may you live in interesting times i feel like stoicism is sort of most relevant and helpful precisely when things are worse. Yeah so there's a there's a part of it where it's like when i feel like i'm leaning on at the most. Obviously things are the least good but but you know it it. It's always there. What about the criticism that it's not a philosophy that's not an organized structured philosophical which we say logic to it. It's sort of more of a key. This this i know you're encountering this with the guys at The partially examined life. So i'm gonna go at it a little bit. It's really more just a guide for living just how to live one's life rather than a philosophy includes philosophical. Sort of coloration truly a philosophy. I just i just love that. What it says about philosophy that something being just a guide to live is is is somehow not what philosophy is to me as sort of something about where philosophy has gone in the in the centuries since the stoic were alive which is that it went to a really impractical theoretical abstract clays and It was interesting as stoicism in my book. Or whatever. And i was saying like how do you not think that professors at a university or monitoring philosophy their pay like they're sitting there having these totally impractical paid for by. You know the the tuition paid by students parents or by and dollar -tario and it has considerably less impact or helped anyway so it's a complete if it's a complete enough philosophy to help guide one in a pandemic or in a war or a. You know a personal disaster seems like it's enough for me to you know it's enough for me to spend some time on did do do any of the stoic deal with reality or truth. Yes i mean fundamentally. I think i think the the the first discipline stoicism is the discipline of perception and the final the the the four virtues the fourth virtues wisdom so to me the figuring out reality. What's happening how to see things. Objectively clearly had to get to the essence of them. That's like you know core precept of over trying to do here but but it seems like the thing in itself is not something that sticks really worry about so much as the the circumstance the meaning the almost the social setting the embedded social phenomena about. Hey all i see. Is this pan. But what is this really who gives a fuck right exactly. You know it's just in the way that you know priests debate. How many angels could fit on a pen and you know now philosophers her. How do we know. We're not living in a computer simulation i do. I know this pan is really here. And how do i know if i have. You know it feels like what a lot of really smart people do is put an incredible amount of brainpower debating questions that have no basis on what like so. Let's say let's say you on. Musk is right. And there's some evidence that we're in a computer simulation or whatever what what would that fundamentally change for you like other than perhaps making it You know perhaps making life completely meaningless and suicide. A you know a a nice easy way out of the whole thing. What what would these questions actually get you. I don't think they really get you anything right because really what's important is the meaning we make death. And so let's let's go down the simulation path a little bit. I mean in a way. Our brain is a simulator. That's what it is. I mean certain and so this sort of intuition that we're in assimilation is actually correct in a sense. It's just not a giant computer that part of it just this biological system that really represents and re recalls reconstructs everything and tries to predict the future on a constant basis and so it's a simulator. It is can't tell the thing in itself. Yeah and even if it is a computer simulation how does that not just get you to the basic reality that most religious people are living in. Which is that. There are some higher power that's largely in control and you might have some minor input over these decisions or that. It's like it just gets you right back into the same place right. And since that wasn't the intention to begin with it strikes me that would allow these people are doing either sort of masturbating or just distracting themselves from the sort of core existential questions that we have as human beings wasting time. Yeah yeah i. I heard this great quote. I was gonna use it in my next book. Pretty forget who was saying it but he he was saying like sort of the ultimate taboo today is to talk about life as if it had any meaning and and so i think a lot of the philosophical questions and a lot of philosophy political or otherwise is ultimately it sort of boils down to this kind of nihilism. Which is that like nothing matters. An individual can't make a difference. History is irredeemably wicked. Everyone everyone in your ancestors was a shitty horrible like that. The constitution or the declaration of independence was hopelessly racist and kind of victory. You know it just gets you to a place where you have ultimately no agency and no purpose and i guess i just don't understand what that accomplishes the nihilism just looking at the store sweep nihilism comes around and doesn't do good things. I'm just look at russia and eastern europe and that's that's what brought us a lot of the horrors of that era. Yeah and i mean. I think about this now that i have kids. It's like how do you like what version of history or life do you tell them. Even if you do except certain things from science or even if you do you have a really good sense of how bad a lot of the things that happened in history are you know. Do you tell them the version of history that like do you tell them that we are that children of you know a parade of monsters and villains who who always did the worst thing in meant none of it like the sort of howard zinn version of history and you tell them like obviously you also don't tell them the sort of propagandistic version of history but like or do you tell them like. Hey were we are inching towards progress and that an individual make a difference. And i think at its maybe like at the core this sort of idea of courage and stoicism. It's striking me. That like the ultimate form of courage is to have some some sense of hope or you know some belief that things matter go go to who says that i was saying but i think i think actually general mattis wrote this recently. He was saying you know. Sort of cynicism is cowardice. And so like you can do believe in your own agency. Do you believe in the potential for change or progress. Do believe even You know like like. I think it's striking that we don't believe in the great man of history theory anymore and that that's kind of a.

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"ryan he" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

04:59 min | Last month

"ryan he" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Right right I mean this was the streisand effect. You remember the photo she didn't want her home on Google years ago and it did the exact opposite everyone shared the photo of her home and this same thing with this story, you had Any stone facebook communication strategic director coming out on the day. Right. When the article is releasing, they're going to suppress this story nothing was fact check nothing was looking? Into, they looked more into Kavanagh's yearbook and they did Hunter Biden's laptop and they already right when that sort of is released, they discounted said it was fake news none of it was true. They suppressed the stories multiple people were suspended and banned from posting content from that article They suppress conservative links they to this day new. York? Post still locked out of their twitter account because of posting that article. The Biden campaign after saying that they were basically putting a lid on the campaign for nine days, which I think had to sit poorly with everyone in the media it's embarrassing for them that their candidate can't get out there and campaign says, they'll do to events in Georgia today what do you make of their attempt to convince us that they have a shot in in Georgia because Trafalgar doesn't give them a chance there just had seth weather's on and he basically said the same thing he has no shot in Georgia. No I I don't believe. So either because they've seen, you know I've met with many Georgia voters. We've had big events down there to students for trump and Georgia. Georgia voters, I think the biggest contest men right now is that Senate race between Doug Collins and Kelly Laughlin Yup but I joe Biden is not going to win that state after the safest Stacey Abrams situation after this stuff down in Atlanta I mean, really it's it's a wave across the country. You know all the violence that has come up from be element and pizza people in Georgia. You know this is the south they don't. They don't tolerate that stuff they love their country, they love flag and they'll stand up for it and they'll defended and. When you have candidates who are going openly against that is just not gonna cut it in the south. So the south I am very competent. We're GONNA win almost every single state down here read Donald Trump landslide I think you're right and I gotta tell. You Ryan it's it's very disturbing to me into a lot of people especially elderly people the sense of the violation of rule of law the idea that you're not safe on your own streets you not safe in your own home. The idea that the police are refusing are are being ordered to stand down. In the wake of this I think people see this as now a very clear partisan divide that Democrats are allowing this. They're playing footsie with these groups and I think that contributes to the silent majority since that things are just wrong in Biden land. Right yeah you percent right. There's a lot wrong inviting land the fact that he won't come out and say that these emails are not genuine the language from the campaign saying basically trying to you know put some legal ease and their statements that they've made publicly to give them some leeway it does come out and it was proven that Joe Biden knew about all this stuff they've been dancing around all this. They've been dancing around the issue of packing the courts until recently now, openly in favour of packing the court something that you haven't seen done since FDR Z. which would be an absolute break in precedent You're just seeing a candidate in a campaign fall apart..

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"ryan he" Discussed on Gun Talk

Gun Talk

01:41 min | 2 months ago

"ryan he" Discussed on Gun Talk

"Thank you for making one of those available for us to give away. You gotTa tell them. We appreciate you guys y'all do a great gun talk a great video on it and you know Ryan He had a good time sheet nothing at the range. Somebody. Somebody else's am we're always. Especially these days. I know like we were we were counting it around you they. Haven't seen it. You go to the gun talk facebook pages look for gun talk media or just go to Youtube look for us there and you can see the video that Jason Dead With Ryan shooting pistol. Very cool stuff so. Right, now give us a quick sixty second update on what's the status on gun availability can thereby screaming right now. Oh Yeah. Well, you know as most people know that AH, been looking I. It's tough. I mean getting done right now it's just kind of the perfect storm of. GET CLEAN, manufacturers dealing with the. Dealing with the Kobe stuff as far as you know getting manufacturing safely done as far as you've got five million new gun owner or I I'm GonNa Myers according NSF in the last four months. I. Mean. It's you inject that many new people into the into it. It's it's tough to catch up and you've got an election coming up which traditionally always calls and you know on things. So it's kind of the perfect storm right now of Of just invasive over Wednesday, just keep Lookin' get in real orders and be patient can do. A mind. That's about. Jason from Lipsey guns. These guns dot com or Lipsey dot com Taylor that. Glock..

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"ryan he" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:49 min | 3 months ago

"ryan he" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"You can hear more of that kind of straight talk on Ryan Hollins podcast opinionated seven footers podcast. Thanks Ryan, we're going to hear from you real soon I hope nuggets with job well, done is brought to you by NAPA. Where do you stop by locally owned NAPA AUTO PARTS NAPA auto care visit. Napa Online. If you need help with your ride, you can count on Napa know how remember Ryan Hollins the opinionated seven footers podcast does excellent analysis. I look the Celtics. CER-. Problem Raptors have a problem. Could they really win the whole thing this season could the Celtics Championship right now? When you need your bank capital, one is right in the palm of your hand seeking check your balance deposit checks, pay bills and transfer money from your phone with a top rated APP and when you're done banking. But back in your pocket, a banking experience built around you and your life, this banking reimagined get started online anytime. What's in your Wallet Capital One. Member FDIC. These days hiring can be built. Monica starks could relate she needed to hire for a pivotal role at her construction company GS group that was having a tough time finding the right person. So she switched to Ziprecruiter and today you can try it for free at ZIPRECRUITER DOT com slash Max ziprecruiter center the best candidate for her role around five minutes after she posted her job, she hired him the next day with results like that. It's no wonder four to five employers who post on Ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day and right now, you can try it for free. That's right. Free Ziprecruiter dot com slash Max, that's ziprecruiter dot com slash Max. Max Kellerman show the PODCAST. Chris Fall and the thunder of.

"ryan he" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

05:28 min | 3 months ago

"ryan he" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"RYAN No it does and Matt. From a basketball standpoint, it was the perfect storm. Why do I say that for one they played in the bubble in the bubble, it's a shoot as Jim because of the depth perception because you can see a walk closer versus and background it much friendlier to the shooter. Do those are both traditional big men on either side which means what in the pick and roll you don't switch in in Yokich the joker and and the the the. Eiffel Tower, what what do they call it? What do they call where the Eiffel Tower they're in a drought? So when you bid died doesn't want to switch and you play traditional coverage. You allow the guards to have a field day in the game plan, which normally work against Jamal from from an opposing team standpoint, the game plan is make them all Murray, go out and score fifty points. No one else who's going to touch the ball. Let's see if you can beat you. He found a way to beat you and that will be the growth that you know Mike Malone ask for and I played for Mike Malone and Mike Malone if you look back historically. You gotta give them a lot of credit right now he's always pushed Jamal Murray. So this point Max. where he said Hey I need you to be great I need you to be better and he calls it how he sees it Mike Disgrace sooner. You always like that in the locker room was like we didn't. We didn't play that well or you didn't show up Jamal Jamal Murray took it to heart man and he showed up in a major way a major love that. Analysis. So two reasons we saw like look any era where you see amazing things happen is because the era is conducive circumstances, the environments conducive for those kind of performances. So like in baseball when I was a kid people used to tell the other no hitters like you know Lou Gehrig Babe Ruth around today look at those numbers. Yeah. Right. Because they played in an era where you could put up those numbers in the seventies and eighties you couldn't right. But then later on. It's the same thing here. It's not that which kid is that Ryan Is Man. This is just oh my God this e.. This is my little bullied man. She didn't. WanNa hear. Ryan Hollins and my kids have played together and everything is the nicest family but anyway. Ryan these guys are able to do historical things with not only because they are great but the circumstances allowed it to happen and you're saying those circumstances are better depth perception because you're in a bubble without the depth issue of the crowd number one and number two because of the trump to more traditional bigs than is common in this era, there's no switching and when that happens. The guards especially, if they're talented can have a field day that's your analysis as to why these two great young players were able to put up historically amazing numbers I mean, obviously, it starts with their talent and they're willing everything but those were the that was the environment. Those were the circumstances that allowed it to happen. Ryan Holland's is the host of the opinionated seven footers podcast. Ryan before I. Let you go. Your Boy James. Harden has had a great series and most vocal critic in the national press in terms of hey he's been a choker in his in the playoffs in his career like MVP regular season falls down to an all star in the playoffs a good player. But not what he is normally he's changed every year he's gotten a little closer to changing my mind I e worked on his defense then he started having more. Than bed still felt he choked and big moments though this year he's been fantastic in the first round. Ryan. Who is this biggest for right now is at James Harden is it Russell Westbrook is a Dantonio whose job is apparently on the line according to Stephen a Smith is is it Chris Paul? Who is this? Is it Darrow Maurice Sam Prestige who is this game seven biggest for tonight This is all about James Harden. Here's here's the fact of the matter hairs the honest to God truth we have we have never looked at Darul Maury we have never looked at Mike Dan Tony instead man you you guys are are potentially one of the greatest of you could be the one of the greatest. Of Man you're going to go down in History Dad Tony for for being one of the great we've never felt that way. There's never been that conversation when you look at James Harden Ira Maury but yeah. When you look at James Harden Max. Am I wrong you you say man, this guy could be the greatest scored history. He's unguardable. Let me tell you said brother if he doesn't show up if he doesn't show up ready to play, this is going to be one of the most stork meltdowns that we have ever seen the last game and I'll look look man I. Love Me Some James James Harden didn't even wants a basketball. He he had wanted to fight for it. No was not fight. Eight bats we me and you both covered La love some Kobe Bryant love Kobe or Think about when teams and every team did it. You denied Koby you tried to make them work. You try to you try to get physical with him about Kobe. Chasing the bathroom the basketball dig it's not a matter that met Metta World Peace Ron test sometimes had to hit the big shot but that's not because Kobe didn't want the ball colby never shirk that responsibility and James Harden even though Westbrook's number was called James Harden was not fighting hard to get open that is a legitimate criticism..

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"ryan he" Discussed on We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN

We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN

03:12 min | 3 months ago

"ryan he" Discussed on We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN

"Cloth. Relatives what he should Ryan He's also ten. I can kind of super small. Yeah. That's true. They could've also made him bigger could made him bigger too. That's very true. So but for what it is, I think it's pretty well mate could be better, but it still solid. I personally, I think this is not a very popular opinion. I personally think the anthem one I prefer that one and I do because because the pudge one obviously did way more right he has custom spell icons. Yes. Custom spell effects and everything a both our personas valve obviously. wishes. To everything he does But the M one just feels more Doda. Basically, that's the best way I can explain it. It feels like it belongs warned the universe but yeah, the Petron, it's still I can see his fun and very different, which is a good thing a lot of the time so. Yeah I don't know how to read it though like personally for me, I don't like it very much but I wish. I don't know what you do. Right like what persona do you make unpunished that that I would love? I don't know. Because I think the original budget is cool. I. I really liked him. You make them fat mess of a woman that's what.

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"ryan he" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

09:52 min | 8 months ago

"ryan he" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"To a lot of work in that space. Which I I love What do you think it is about that character? Though that caught fire it feels to me came along sort of the right time in the sequence of Superhero movies as the little bit of turning the knife and spoofing. At a bit yeah. I think there's something really fun about a true rascal. He works in a kind of space. That isn't just that typical kind of pg thirteen thing and also deadpool is is is a superhero that. I think Audience audiences tend to to really connect with because he's for the people he's speaking to the audience in the movie And there's also something else that deadpool does. Which is he does. Walk that that. Very precarious tight rope between good and bad. He's always kind of struggling with his own moral compass and and I think that's a very relatable thing for a superhero to have a guy with this superhuman ability who has faced a lot of crap in his life and still sort of pushes on and we also don't deal with world stakes deadpool's never trying to save the world. It's all about the little things he's trying to save a kid or he's trying to write this one good things that he can move one notch up closer to maybe heavens. Sunday or something. But I don't think most people realize what it took to get the movies made in the first place before the first one was made. Get in there get you some Aviation Jin. Before the movie was made it was. What eleven years in the making? And why did it take so long? I think it was a real gamble. I think any studio would sort of say that that it was a character that was for them was a huge gamble. What was working at the time? Where these very much more traditional superhero movies that we're a little subversive and they're all well made. I mean like the stuff that Marvel's doing incredible convenience hire vendors casts all those guys. They hit it out of the park every time but but it was unique. It was something completely different. So I get why studios. Don't WanNa take a risk on something that is going against the grain of what's working and Deadpool was small enough that I think that they were able to eventually take that risk. Now are test footage that we created years before accidentally leaked onto the internet which was very unfortunate for four. The studio has the search for the leaker. Go biking to work as hard as I can. I invest almost all of my spare time and trying to find find that bastard culprit bring him to justice. Bring him to his knees. Give them a hot bath. Let them his kids into bed at night on June company. Someday I No that was huge because what it did was it gave the audience. You know The ability to become the authors deadpool destiny so the audience really was the fans of deadpool that that force the studios hand into making the movie. They they Roared loud and proud on the Internet in this sooner. Had to listen so they can make the movie. You know you can make it for for you. Know six dollars and a half a cup of spit and we did and it became this. You know. Now it's a billion dollar franchise that was You know hang in the Ryan on it for a decade. I feel like if the studio said no twice three times four times. Maybe this isn't going to happen to the next thing. Yeah I had moments like that moments where I quit gave up and walked away and then a regime change would happen you know the CD would get new new new people working there and and you know hit them as hard as I could. You know Nothing if not persistent so I I love it. You know a genuine love it and I felt like there was some iteration where I could get to make this this character and I just felt like I knew the character knew this guy in a way that I don't think anyone else could do it. You know I just sort of knew the INS and outs of it. And I knew what I was capable of I was given the chance to do it and and I knew I'd do Justice. Not just not just for us who are high standards for. Deadpool's created and produced but also the audience who who has very specific idea what character is supposed to be and there was a great back story. It was done so badly in one movie which you know I felt horribly about too because it was like to me. It was the only way I ever got to make the real deadpool movie at the time. I was like okay. If you do this character this way we'll give you a shot at making it the way it's supposed to be made so ad-lib your line in the middle of a writer strikes. You know so. I had to do something Deadpool shows up speaks fast annoys wolverine. I can do that But it wasn't. That wasn't the part that went sort of left to send it was the it was the we're dead pulling they wanted to. They closed so now shot and did all sorts of very weird Very Anti deadpool. So and then there's kind of a famous moment where you go to the student. You said your hands on and you'd WanNa talk to the studio that when you talk to the gym company and you write a letter and you say. Hey I'm gonna be different superhero named Greenland deadpool. Yeah it was sort of like you know standing at the altar and having thoughts or something it was I was. I was looking like it was going to this other this other superhero movie and and I just said if there's any way you guys can see it in your hearts to make this character. I think that there's a real chance. Tell me now or forever hold our peace and not and they said No. There's no way so so. They walked away to green lantern. Yeah pretty much. Yeah and I think at that point had already made the test footage for deadpool and it just sort of sat there. They didn't knowing if we didn't get feedback on But as soon as that sucker hit the Internet it was like on fire. Horrible Yeah horrible thank you. We'LL GET DAVID WHO pick up. Leakers would have you ever gone back and talk to any of those studio executives now. That were one point. Five billion dollars later. No not not not. I know them all but I also understand that position. I can understand why they felt the way felt that was. If I were in their position I probably do the same thing to be honest It's tough it's tough. Say Yes to. The movies are hard to make the hard to say yes to their hard. People are accountable these students accountable to shareholders. As so I completely understand where they're coming from It was a very unorthodox moved to do a superhero movie like that. But you know it worked out in such a way that you could do it at a lower budget. I mean they're all hopefully they'll always be lower budget. They should need all this money to make these things. Especially if it's deadpool's kind of key features his mouth you know it's That's not an expensive tool. So you said somewhere that a third deadpool. Movie is unlikely. Is that true or you think they're down the road. Maybe unlikely in the in the I think they'll be a number of movies that have deadpool But I don't I don't know that you. I don't know that I would WanNa make another movie. That was exclusively about deadpool story. Because for Deadpool the work you have to take everything away from him and create a situation which he's the underdog otherwise he'd be just so you know he's running his mouth so much so obnoxious if he had everything he was the sort of in a good place it would be troublesome so and we can't just keep taking everything away from so I love him as an ensemble player. I love him. As a character. Sort of evolves into a reluctant team member or or this duet S- I love duets on screen. You can have a great romantic duet. Non-romantic duets so we'll see feels like something's in the works here. I live things in the works so I'm excited about. I'm really excited about so that's that's that's to come. I continue to do full court press for Hugh Jackman to to come back To no avail as not yet anyway. Not as of yet. You'll get them. I think so too. I think I'll get them got. God knows he's just been failing constantly. I mean my my. My daughter is Is Not even two and I think she knows all the words to greatest show all my kids to your kids to every word they enter rooms sliding underneath our thinking about opening a tiny tiny fully stock hospital in my in my apartment and by the way. That album is still like number two year later. It's unbelievable it's unbelievable on there. And he's the nicest man insurance that's right so I think you touched on it. I think part of the reason deadpool works is not just the action but your sense of humor and so I'm curious where that comes from. Was it being one of four boys from your parents was being that kind of household though. Yeah the hundred percent. I mean that my I wasn't GonNa win any fights with my fists grow. I've three older brothers. My Dad's next COP You know I have one brother. That's a that's a Royal Canadian Mounted Police Radio You know tough guys. They're they're tough guys. I have one brother. That's six foot ten. Extend that six ten and one of the funniest guys you'll ever meet just a heart of gold gentle giant but But yeah he's he's big so You know as a kid I developed Sort of a I. I think I think my sense of humor was developed as a self defense mechanism. It was You know and my father was a was a Was a very funny man. He was a very smart man but he was very tough. He was very scary tough guy. Who's a huge presence? I mean you know? He walked into a room. The oxygen could leave like that so So I learned to kind of diffuse as I used to refer to Mrs Skin covered. Land Mine. You know he was the guy that like. You could just go off so I used to learn to kind of diffuse that with With jokes with things ways to make them laugh and that was sort of how kind of you know I mean it sounds more dramatically than it is but the essence. I was kind of saying for my supper in a way and it was It was one of the best things that ever happened to me as a kid I. It allowed me to cultivate aspects of my personality. That maybe wouldn't have been cultivated. Had I just had this sort of mayberry upbringing? So what are your brothers? Think when they see as a movie star and they see only Gin Company and Mary do a beautiful movie star crap they..

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"ryan he" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

Dr. Drew Podcast

02:06 min | 9 months ago

"ryan he" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast

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"ryan he" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

01:37 min | 11 months ago

"ryan he" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

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"ryan he" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

11:47 min | 11 months ago

"ryan he" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"I don't want it so that I got a hold on a second and let's wait and see. Let's go to the guy downstairs. I was going to look at it as okay. Now now I will talk about slowing the game down. Let's keep the emotion and the passion and be like now. I think he was safe. Okay they call them save. Yeah it looked like he was safe. I'm not going to challenge because if I do that. I'M GONNA lose my challenge. Now it's it's it's too delayed. Its get that out of there. Let's have instant replay all the same in advance that technology that we know it even quicker and faster. We don't even have the empires ars leave their positions. A guy stays at home played. The Guy Stays at their base. They point to two umpires sitting over in the camera. Well there are already on the phone in New York and they know it by the time they point over there. That's that's that's if we have technology that can get the pitch from centerfield camera to the Dugout wail away on a trash can like Oscar the grouch. Yep How can we not know in three seconds from New York. Whether or not that guys out or say I. It's it's such a great point so what so. What are we you know? We're sitting here saying in the last couple of years Astros one of the greatest turnarounds from four year. Turnarounds ever be curious to see how they do this year. Well that's number one and number to how are we looking at a guy like Alex. Bregman how are we looking at a guy like Jose altuve eight dudes with tremendous gifts. There is there amazing but it may be. They're not as historically as amazing as we thought they were because they actually knew what was coming. I you know I I understand what you're saying but I I actually like think that they'll have monster years and the reason I say that is like you're talking about two guys that you can put in overhead overhead storage compartment on a plane. Plant Life Right. Both of these guys not only became major leaguers they became all stars in. MVP's and studs and they. We're doing this without that information and the drive inside of them to want to prove people wrong. I think is going to be great. Yup and I think that they're going to go out there and do that. And and I think that they're great Paul players with or without that And I think the competitive edge that it gave them didn't pertain necessarily to do you know the the four five starter on you know a a sub five hundred team. I think it gave him that competitive edge against really good teams in the playoff. Who you're trying trying to get an edge on that playing field that when you get talked over and especially the last four teams right? They're all really good. So how do you get a little bit better than the other team. And I think that's what they were looking for. So what do you feel about a guy like pete rose starts weighing in on this situation by the way we can all sit here and say Piero's unbelievable hitter if not the best hitter of all time And and that's not even in dispute but when he starts Wayne in on this year like It's like when your uncle gets drunk and like comes to Thanksgiving Komo. Something racist comes. Don't let don't let him talk. Don't let him talk just as he starts talking. I mean did you get that feeling. His rose opens his mouth. Yeah sometimes you know and I and I don't know what it's like to be Pete. Rose I'm sure he's probably pretty sour at the fact that there might be people in the hall of fame that took steroids in sure. Did and as a player warrants being in the hall of fame. You know I don't like the argument when I hear people trying to fend Pete rose and they say well you only bet on his team to win no cool so when he didn't bet on his team to win he was essentially saying there doesn't feel very good about already starting pitcher right and so he bet on his team one hundred and sixty two times a year. No he didn't okay because no team has ever gone one hundred and sixty to know if he's like or they're winning and he's like you know I think I'm GonNa go with my closer to make sure I hit this parlay. Yes yes it affects the. You know. It's like cheating in tennis. You Mike Mini how can you even deter. How do even know if someone's cheating in ten lake there the point shaving and all that other stuff it takes away from the integrity of the game which goes cuts cuts back to the core of what we're talking about with this scenario? Is that lineup. Lace them up. Put the ball on the mound. Walkout there trying to beat this guy at the plate. And that's what we're working with instead of. Hey he knows what's coming it's just it. It changes the way you WANNA. You WanNa go to a game as a fan and be like. I don't know what's going to happen. Yeah one hundred percent and you know like an we're getting to a point now You know three four or five years ago. Let's say there were three or four teams teams that were on the cutting edge of analytics rate Scher. who had people out there that you know the Oakland oaken Ellen you know a CEO CEO and the work that? He's done all the way back to his days in Boston where they were always kind of a head is knowing numbers and how to translate that data play other Tampa. Yeah thirty teams are all all doing the saints right they all have the same information and I just filmed a fun little like a sketch that I did that. I'm going to be put on social media just talking about talking about that. How the pitcher knows the hitter? Third Base coach. The coach is everybody knows what this guy's GonNa throw to one. Because that's what the numbers say and we've been prepared for that so at the end of the day. Just it comes down to executing and let them go play. Yep it comes down to competing the guy on the mounds gotta throw it to the right spot you know and and David Ross. The the new manager of the cubs from us mcgetrick. He'd always say that you guys you gotta throw a fastball. When they know that the fastballs comment the only thing you gotta do is executed if you execute it and you hit the right spot in a gift people out and when you don't you're gonNA pay for it? It's I was talking to Pedro Martinez when we did a little piece with You know with Ti. And I was with him during watching the place with him and with sitting with him in Sheffield and Jimmy Rollins and and Pedro talk about where he wanted to throw. Oh his pitch. He wanted you to think you could hit it. But he'd put it a half inch lower than you get in the barrel on and you'd ground out. He wasn't like I WANNA strike. Everybody everybody out now did strike a ton of people but okay so he did strike people but he said the best pitch for me is the one. That's Jimmy. Rollins said Mike Schmitz. It came to me and said open up your laptop. See that square that the screens on. That's you're hitting box. That's what you need to go up on the planet do not hit a ball. That's outside that box. And then Pedro would say. Drop down an inch underneath that hitting box. That's where I'm trying to throw you the ball so that you think it's in the box and it's not in the box and you're just gonNA grounded out and so that is what you're talking about execute you know. It's a fastball. Coming but guess what it's just a notch below you're hitting box and you're gonNA think you're GonNa get it but you won't get it 'cause it's coming common at such high speeds that is the gamesmanship and that's what we. I hope we get back to as far as it goes but I I mean your analysis of this is awesome and I agree with you. I think the MLB needs to make statement that like if anybody does us in the future you're gone for life so if you WANNA tempt those waters go for it. Yeah I mean that's GonNa play with fire you're you're gonNA get caught and I think that's the one thing that's really comes out of this. That's kind of great okay. Is that Major League. Baseball is constantly monitoring and trying trying to understand that people are gonNA try and she the game of baseball whether that was you know steroids or You know technology G or amphetamines. Whatever it is and they're always constantly being both proactive and trying to be reactive in the right way and rob Manfred is obviously was handled? Handed a daunting task of you. Know Two teams that won a world series that we're both doing this. Obviously with the same kind of culprits being involved and it's a hand that down and hold the integrity of the game of the highest standards is not easy. I do not envious position and I think that he's done and will continue to try and do a great job of of making sure that cheaters get caught and they get punished and punished severely. And these are these are some really really harsh penalties. Got Before we go to break and then we'll have you come back and do some quick hits with us I WanNa hear your way too early predictions for WHO's going to win the world series. WHO's WHO's coming out of the American league WHO's coming? I know this is like Ridi- anything can happen. Anything can change as we saw with the nationals. This year it's like it's like men and women. It's better better to be hot than good. I mean you can be historically good but if you're hot like the nationals watch out so who who do you think comes out in the National League and who comes out of the humanity Sir okay. Here's one they give you I. I'm going to say the New York Yankees are gonNA play. The Minnesota twins wins in the American League in the American League and the Yankees are going to win that because the Minnesota twins haven't figured out a way to be near. Wow okay so that's happening in the American American league no what what about what about the nationally in the National League. I'M GONNA say this might be a stab at San. Maybe the dodgers are going to play the my you know my heart rate now wants to cut through the courts of course live in Chicago. I won't I won't give current team and guys having bounced back years. I think that's a strong possibility. The Washington nationals. The team but to repeat without the anti rent is not gonna his stuff is GonNa get right. I am I say at the Atlanta Braves. Pick up somebody now that they've lost Josh Donaldson to go into the middle of that lineup. I see those two teams playing in the lcs all right and if they don't if they don't end the current cubs roster stays the same. I'm going to call the cubs dodgers for once again one analyst yes and do the dodgers get over the Hump and win it if they do. And it's a dodgers Yankees world series. Actually you think that'd be great for baseball. It really would. I mean because now you you have such story lines with the Brooklyn dodgers all that stuff. You have. So many great storylines that would that would be tremendous for the game of baseball on on a media conglomerate coast to coast stuff beat. La All that stuff. I mean to me the and and as you know we're cardinals fans through and through and I would love to see the cardinals. Carl's pick up Nolan Aeronautica. Yeah it'd be phenomenal however I think you you know if you're talking dodgers Yankees. I would love to see Kershaw. Get a ring. I mean that dude seems like in our know how much time you spent with him. Seems like the best ass guy ever and you know the best pitcher for ten years of our time I mean Colfax esque should have a ring. Yeah and and and the way. He's handled postseason failures Standing in his locker meeting them head on yet but the the right answers and the accountability. That's what you want out of a leader. He's been at ace of the pitching staff. They wouldn't beat all these world series in these different playoff games without him I I would. I would love for that too. I mean Clayton Kershaw's you know you're talking about a hall of fame pitcher but this guy's as good of a human being as you can possibly get topnotch and and to see him When world series would be cool all right Ryan dempster stick around? We're GONNA take a little break right now And when we come back we get some quick hits all in the world of football and I when I WANNA in a draw compare because there are some questions that I can answer having been in locker rooms and the idea and I'm going to try and draw the connection that the wide receiver in the NFL is like the closer in Major League Baseball. We'll talk about that. This is thousand dollar wedding off a great country album. Gram Parsons in the early Seventies. When we come Comeback More Ryan dempster on view the cheese? Stay with US woes.

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"ryan he" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

10:32 min | 11 months ago

"ryan he" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Yeah that that's what I'm talking about. That's how we head into twenty twenty That's the living. Rumors boomers R. O. M. E. R. S.. I met the woman who's lead singer the band with Reggie Watts as we stood outside of a record store. That was an open that we all thought was going to be open phenomenon relieving Reggie's it's like oh you gotta check out our band and I was like what so my was with daisy. My daughter we driving around been to the next record. We're going to on our on our birthday of which I got you a record So I played it last night while I play Ping Pong real right credible so I was like just like I start playing this and this ticks. Six all the boxes for me. We'll talk about it because I might use it as one of the songs in the museum. Hope you guys enjoyed the music episode. You haven't if you're sort of off of podcasting for a few weeks. We dropped a music episode and character episode. That are back to back. I'd two of the best episodes we've ever done There's a music extended playlist if you a follow Mr j logic on On I tunes that you can follow Jazz. A master list of probably about twelve hours of music That you can jam to forever. So so just in Cri- I listened to it when I was over the break. I was in Florida visiting Amy Stepdad eighty or eighty eight year old grumpy and we rode our bikes up to a certain part of this island in and and took a boat ride and I listened to it on a boat. Instead of talking to your family it was so nice to avoid them So guys is lots of sports have happened. Sports have happened. I hope you had a good time watching bull season in the NFL playoffs and all this stuff and this humongous baseball cheating scandal that has continues to have ramifications continues to Carlos Beltran is now under the microscope and he may lose jobs over it. This is a huge deal. And we're GONNA talk about it today with a special guest. He's been on the show in the past. We did it live with him her sort of in person with him when we were in Chicago Ryan dempster figured we'd get a pitcher on to talk about what that that means and just break it all down with us and our the suspensions Helen's has been going on has have versions of this been happening. But what do we do. How do we handle this? How do we rectify police it? How does it affect stats? Who Does it affect in all this stuff? We'll talk about that with him when we get deep with him on that. Lots of news and talk about in the world of the NFL Antonio Brown throwing a bag of Dixit someone. Julian element jumping on cars Antonio Brown fighting Logan. Paul this is it o b j Haniya. They are cash. We're talking about all that stuff later and later in the show was moved from Liam Neeson. He is still lost in a costco. Let's talk about our top- subject of the day. which again I wanted it to be all about this cheating scandal however more sports more sports talk about the national championship happened this week? I know you watched it. Jay Joe Borough incredible like every time it look like Clemson was Kinda climate third quarter. Clemson was three points down. They came right back and doing a great job literally showing you why they have the sort the horses they have why they have the talent they have and and the coaching. And it is as great as can be. But it could not overcome Joe Borough Joe Bureau and that offensive scheme gene. Smoke a stogie. Joe Borough you are going to be and should be the number one pick in the NFL draft. You should be going to the Cincinnati Bengals who need a quarterback Andy Dalton the Andy Dalton the TCU redhead are gone. He's done as far as I'm concerned in terms of making a difference they need a franchise altering quarterback and I think better than the Sam Darnold of years. Past the jared. Goff's even like Joe Borough if I can make nick If I can make a connection to another sport like say basketball. And we haven't seen him play at. But Joe Borough is Ion Williamson. Joe Borough Borough is maybe Anthony. Davis is generations quarterback Ganor rational generational. Vesey's he was a backup at Ohio state. They wouldn't let them play. They didn't WanNA play them. He was wanted to go to Nebraska and transferred Nebraska. I just heard and Scott Frost the head coach Nebraska said Nah. I don't think we can put enough town around him to Oslo Tooting Nebraska. I think was six and seven. Yeah but you don't know what he would have been in that skinner no but he goes to the the right scheme but the kid game in and game out and the SEC. Where you're playing Georgia and Alabama and Mississippi State and all these Great Auburn or and you're beating these teams Laura? He was consistently the guy winning those games. There are moments where I I saw him. Take shot on a S- quarterback scramble out of bounce. I said I like that ends guys for the season right there. He popped back up. He's tough he makes all the throw. All the right decision makes all the right decisions. Just gutsy runs which he did in the end. He and the national champions game there was a game where he play or a play. where he he scrambled out of the pocket he was flush out the pocket ran on the side made? It looked like he was going to run any could have run for about five or six or seven yards. And that's what most quarterbacks would have done his receiver give him some credit to was about four yards away from at least todd of any just did a little flick and the thirty five yard thirty five years and a significant again play at a time when they needed it so he makes all the place at the right time. It's guy is showing so cincinnati should be thrilled but they're not thrilled. Bring out the graders ice cream and the more rudd Cumbrian Rian boathouse chips. Yup But but now there are rumblings that he will not that he may not sign with Cincinnati. And I WANNA go there and I think this this is showing sort of how you look at a guy like Colin Kaepernick. Any say okay. This is an owner's league. The owners make the decisions of the owners. Want to blackball you in any any way shape or form. You're going to create a certain scenario. Where you Michael Sam? You're not playing in the league because you have a boyfriend you because they'll say their locker room issues is meanwhile he'd probably be an an okay player in the league. Yeah he'd be okay but he's not. He's not ready Lewis. He's not you know what I mean. He's not Terrell suggs so they create a narrative for a guy in cloudy. And he's gone. He's out however I think. Things are shifting a little bit as you saw Lamar Jackson as a quarterback used is to be even just a couple of years ago they said. Yeah the dual threat quarterback from college can't make it in the NFL. And then you see a guy like Lamar Jackson who's just an athlete of extraordinary talent. And you're seeing systems start to fit and pam homes. They're fitting the the game to the player as opposed to saying. You're pro so now you gotta do things our way teams. Don't you think that has to do with the the new rules that protect quarterback mark. Yes but I also think that there is it is shifting like the. NBA Is. He's a players league if Kawhi Leonard wants to come to the clippers. Quiet Leonard's GONNA come to the Clippers if Lebron James wants to go to the lake. He's going. He wants to take his talents to Miami. He's going there and there's no owner there is no the only thing you can't do in the NBA is tweet something negative about China but the NFL was a different scenario. But I think it's changing now so what's going to happen to Joe Bro. You think he's going to sit out for a year I don't know he may just hold out as long as he can but there are talks that he is not going to want it and look John Elway did it. He famously didn't want to go play in where buffalo was. He didn't WanNa play in buffalo so he ended up making out to Denver like there. That was the John Elway. And so it's it's happened in the NFL in ways that fast but but what the thing that makes us a little different. It's a bummer. Because he needs the quarterback I think Joe Boroughs and Ohio Kid. Yeah okay. Why wouldn't he planned? Cincinnati the ownership of the Cincinnati bengals. This is where it reflects back owners remember there say they. They're saying though that they are not providing that team pudding in the play the pieces that can make that team successful and this kid does not wanna go and languish in a team in a team in a division where you have sort of the upstart I guess the upstart browns. You've got now Lamar Jackson ax in the Baltimore Ravens. WHO looked like they'll be good for years and years and years? They almost put it together this year but did steelers always good. Always tough you looking at that going. How are they gonNA break the bengals going to break through? It starts with Joe Borough. But he's now so what is he going to sit out for a year and not play football for year until he can go play for the team. He wants to I mean is that going to change the way high because he used to be like. You're going there. You're going to the bengals you'd go ahead job. Are you gotTa make this team better. It's on you to do that and he doesn't want to do that because he doesn't feel like they're going to put the pieces in place Kyla Murray went Arizona and he was good yup but they're still bad yet but like at least with them. There's a little bit of hope you saw flashes of what they could be in Clip Kingsbury. You can see what they could be but it's just fascinating to me that now player. We're seeing his offensive. Coordinator goes to Carolina to the panthers. That's probably where the guy wants to go to have their spend all this money to get brady the offensive coordinator who was there for a year. LSU AT LSU now. They got him like the day after the National Championship. I feel bad for what about what about Cam. Newton is he done. Uh Navy just the injury bait and so you want or you trade them. Yeah Cam Newton to the bengals first round. Pick there you go. Maybe that happens. What if that's the thing that happens? I don't know it's really interesting. It and maybe this shift and I think this is what we're coming to and this is what we're getting at. Maybe the shift does this. They've they're shifting to a different type of quarterback and maybe the NFL. Maybe I doubt it with people Jerry Jones and link maybe the NFL is starting to become a place like maybe well. Let's let me deal with the caveat. It's becoming a players league for players that can alter turn the narrative and when you start to see offense as being tailored around guys like Lamar Jackson Pat Mahomes. You're going to see that. Maybe it doesn't and look Derrick Henry. Derrick Henry is the reason in my opinion that the titans are where they are. Yes that guys like at some point plan Tennessee. I want to go to the gym. He's GonNa go the giants. That's the way it's GonNa go. Maybe exciting stuff. All Right Ryan dams are on the other side of this. We're going to dig into the Astros playoff scandal the ramifications this is no cars. Go off an EP eight by the arcade fire with scour this view from the cheap seats. Stay with us. Run.

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"ryan he" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"ryan he" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ryan he's is one of the leaders of to see elected this but he's not one of the yelling ones he's more deliberate an attorney founded the animal protection and rescue league after he moved your twelve years ago at that time there is also the renews reports that people had been seen you know stabbing seals and burning i'm with their cigarette but some things that so really extremes up the people had claimed of witness i don't know that that any of that was actually substantiated but this was there's this is the climate at the time that it headband in the media that this was occurring so the first time i went there was actually at night and i remember there is a guy who who's one up for the seals and started just kind of dancing around a just kind of you know like and knowing that i'm in and the steals laugh they foot nearly flesh a lot of flushed is actually a scientific word when the seals get scared they'll do this sort of wiggle stampede back into the water biologist call at flushing and to brian and the other seal activists flushing the seals is abuse especially during the pumping season when the mothers or nursing their young if you flesh them but steps interfering with their biological need you know the like if year sleeping in some became man you know walking shifty awakens i told you leave your your house or something misses disruptive and it's never like an extreme thing were somebody is as running up and start clubbing _a_c_l estimate that's more like this interim and all that people want to know how close can again they want you know that he kind of like inching for you just thinking i you know it's just going in a couple more metzer to flush of the seals away and it's like you just waiting for this to happen you know it's going to happen always does have.

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"ryan he" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:11 min | 4 years ago

"ryan he" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Ryan he's is one of the leaders of to seal activists but he's not one of the yelling ones he's more deliberate an attorney founded the animal protection and rescue league after he moved your twelve years ago at that time there is also the renews reports that people have been seen you know stabbing seals and burning i'm of their cigarette but some things that so really extends up to people had claimed of witness i don't know that that any of that was actually substantiated but this was there's this is the climate at the time that it had been in the media that this was occurring so the first time i want there was actually at night and i remember there is a guy who who one up for the seals and started just kind of dancing around a just kind of you know like a knowing that i'mma than the seals laugh they foot nearly flesh a lot of flushed is actually a scientific word when the seals get scared they'll do this sort of wiggle stampede back into the water biologist call at flushing and to brian and the other seal activists flushing the seals is abuse especially during the popping season when the mothers or nursing their young a few flesh somebody sits interfering with their biological and you know be like if year sleeping in some became and you know what shifty awakens i told you leave your your house or something misses disruptive and it's never like an extreme thing where we're somebody is is running up and start clubbing _a_c_l estimate that's more like this interim and all that people want to know how close can again they want you know they keep kind of inching for you just thinking like you know it's just going it's a couple more metzer to flush of the seals away and it's like you just waiting for this to happen you know it's going to happen one to seal is also illegal it's a violation of memory mammal protection federal law the prohibits the hunting and harassment of any murray mammal a part about harassment though is where interpretation seem to very is when the seals flushed he always came back the harbor still recovery here was thriving most people.

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"ryan he" Discussed on This American Life

This American Life

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"ryan he" Discussed on This American Life

"Ryan he's is one of the leaders of to see elected this but he's not one of the yelling ones he's more deliberate an attorney who found at the animal protection and rescue league after he moved your twelve years ago at that time there is also the renews reports that people had been seen you know stabbing seals and burning i'm with their cigarette but some things that it's a really extremes up the people had claimed of witness i don't know that that any of that was actually substantiated but this was there's this was the climate at the time that they had bend in the media that this was occurring so the first time i went there was actually at night and i remember there is a guy who who one up to the seals and started just kind of dancing around a just kind of you know like a knowing that i'm in and the seals left they foot nearly flesh a lot of flushed is actually a scientific word when the seals get scared they'll do this sort of wiggle stampede back into the water iowa just call at flushing and to brian and the other seal activists flushing the seals is abuse especially during the popping season when the mothers or nursing their young a few flesh them but sits interfering with their biological need you know the like if year sleeping in so many came in and you know what shifty awakens i told you leave your your house or something misses disruptive and it's never like an extreme thing were were somebody is is running up an insert clubbing _a_c_l estimate that's more like this incremental i people want to know how close can again they want you know they keep coming at inching for you just thinking like you know it's just going against a couple more minnesota flush all the seals away and it's like you just waiting for this to happen you know it's going to happen.

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