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"ryan morrison" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

06:48 min | 8 months ago

"ryan morrison" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

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And this is the monster effect a short form series from stuff to blow your mind focusing on mythical creatures ideas and monsters in time in the lord of the rings the nasr goal or the most valued servants of the dark lord sorrow they ride for from minus more goal on the backs of specially bred horses in search of the one ring but eventually they take to the sky on fell beasts winged creatures that otherwise have no name. The monster is described as something like a great federalist bird and perhaps a creature of an older world. Now it's impossible to consider these descriptions without thinking of prehistoric terrace sores wing reptiles that are actually the earliest known vertebrates capable of powered flight even creator. Jr token admitted that the creatures were certainly pterodactyl. Illich even if the nine or not actually meant to be thought of as writing pterodactyls but if we were to match the steeds of the ringwraiths to actual tara sars then we might be in luck because tara sars included some of the largest flying animals to ever live in fact several species boasted wings fans of more than thirty feet or nine point one meters rivaling and in some cases exceeding the wing spans of many small airplanes. However scientists have differed on exactly how gifted a flyer these great tara sars were and even if the largest species were capable of powered flight or flight at all. Did they possess powerful quadrupedal launching abilities. Or were they limited by the launching abilities of their hind legs. Only the answer to this question alone might limit how the fell. Beast's of the nasr goal might be deployed in battle is powerful vertical lift vehicles as mounts the depended on cliffside launching or something more akin to appear glider. There's also the question of bearing ringwraiths. Wait. we know that the nasr gold leaf heavy boot prints in the mud. Despite their ghost like nature they would still pose a burden to a living mount as would their armor and their weapons while wing it mounts or a standard a fantastic fiction. Various problems emerge implementing it in real life. Flight is taxing. It requires specialized bodies in a lot of energy to pull off among birds. The harp eagle is an absolute powerhouse capable of lifting pray equal to its own weight of up to twenty pounds or nine kilograms. They've been known to take off with slots but raptors like this are not in it for the long haul. It's one thing to carry a heavy load from one tree branch to a nearby feeding spot quite another to carry it back to more door. It's also quite another feet to carry something on your back. That's where a lot of vital muscle work takes place in various flyers. Perhaps the neck of the nasr goal would make for a better saddle point and this is how they are sometimes depicted in art but even the neck remains questionable on a flyer as reported by science writer ryan morrison in the mail on line two recent studies shed more light on the strength of the tara sar first of all twenty twenty. One university of portsmouth study found that specially arranged crosstrek sort of like bicycle spokes enhanced the strength of their long. Next next drink that would have been vital to support the creature during flight and allow it to carry off prey unlike avian raptors. The terrorists would have used their jaws as such perhaps the neck would be the ideal place to sit upon a great flying beast like this. We're left to consider various possibilities concerning the use of these fell. Beasts in combat. Perhaps they were only flown for short bursts of assault or reconnaissance or launched exclusively from high cliffs. They may also excelled as a troop transport of one for a ring. Rate would be worth many on the field of battle especially if deployed at will from the sky though we are told that at least once the fell beast's provide an aerial platform from which sinn projectiles at the enemy on the ground. A creature the size of a great terrorists are would pose a considerable threat as well then nasr goal. It is written fought fiercely with nail and beak considering both mount and writer. It's quite a force to suddenly drop strategically from above. Fortunately the armies of sahran did not enjoy complete aerial superiority. For intelligent eagles also occupied the sky at the battle of the black gate the final battle of the war of the rings these two forces engaged in what we might consider dogfights in the skies of middle earth.

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"ryan morrison" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

05:34 min | 9 months ago

"ryan morrison" Discussed on Sean Carroll's Mindscape: Science, Society, Philosophy, Culture, Arts, and Ideas

"New fundamental physics is gonna change. Chemistry is very very very tiny. Indeed ryan morrison says. I'm not an expert in psychology. But i think maslow's hierarchy of needs and the idea that we can make progress. Humans to Is pretty attractive. Do you ever think about the idea of transcending the self or have you moved away from that kind of thinking. Do you think it's possible to be totally fulfilled. Well luckily ryan. I did a whole podcast on that. With scott barry kaufman And scott is a psychologist. Who actually is a huge fan of maslo and he has updated maslow's hierarchy of needs in a way that i think is really a much better. I get what you mean. The hierarchy of needs is an attractive notion. But there's something that is missing about it. And so what scott points out is number one maslow's never do the pyramid. You know the famous pyramid picture. That was done by later. Commentators and the pyramid as a metaphor is a little bit misleading pistol to solid right. It makes you think there really is a structure that we're climbing to get to transcendence at the top of it whereas the world reality in our lives is much more dynamic. And so scott is trying is arguing for replacing. The pyramid metaphor with a sailboat metaphor. Which i'd like and at basically and totally a fan of this way of thinking. So no i don't think it's possible to be totally fulfilled. I think that's a misunderstanding of what it means to be alive in human To be alive and human is to be a process to be changing. The changes might be under the surface or they might be very obvious but it's completely wrong in my view to imagine that there is one state that just need to get into and then our work is done. I think that's the opposite of how we should think about living our lives. Casey mahone says i've been thinking a lot about your notion of emerging space time in my mind it raises a similar issue is the hard problem of consciousness. In both cases it seems completely unclear to me how something of a totally different kind can. Arise simply through emergence. Well i'm sorry that it seems unclear but it happens all the time i mean that is one of the great things about emergence One of the things that you learn about emerges The rules of the emergent theory can have no obvious. Connection to the rules of the underlying theory. There will be a non obvious connection..

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"ryan morrison" Discussed on A Trip to Space

A Trip to Space

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"ryan morrison" Discussed on A Trip to Space

"Started time to begin. Welcome to a trip to space on ryan morrison on the show this week. Nassar is sending two missions to venus both days mission selected as bother discovery program which left quite a few astronomers and space planetary. Scientists surprised that they selected to out of the four missions to go to the same place. That's coming soon. We also speak to. Kelly girardi astro bio astronaut assist. Who will be going to space with virgin galactic in the not too distant future. Carry out a number of experiment and make time for us to look out the window as well. We explore space debris and quite a lot of this week. Show in part through a new coding experiment and Challenge that's been set up the european space agency through the european space agency themselves and their efforts to get clean space off the ground for the impact on canada. Raum to derive body calmer touch leads national space station that was recently hit by a piece of debris we're also gonna look at astronauts going up beyond the common line which is where kelly job gerard. He's going to go look at them and speak to look at palmer tano. He spoke to the european space. Agency's explore podcast about what it means to be. An astral inspired him to be an astronaut and the european space agency's astronaut program which is currently open to people that want to go into space. We reply not really capable or in the position to they need an advanced degree to become an astronaut. Boss where i am well. I'm on earth. The where would i like to be venus. It's not a nice place. His a promo that nasa puts out to explain why they're going back to mysteries abound in our universe but bit by bit. We are unlocking. Its secrets we now know that. Our galaxy contains billions of other planets. How can we learn more about them. What treats do these exoplanets have. What are they made of. What are their environments. Like how they evolved over time are they habitable complain. It's lose habitability over time. Imagine we could study one of these planets up close. We find one of similar size mass and composition as earth by all accounts. This planet appears very similar to our own discover evidence that this world may have once had liquid water oceans volcanoes a setting that could have been favorable to life but over time. Something drastic happen to this environment. This planet son goo brighter and hotter increasing the temperature here to the point that the oceans oil the way and then gradually volcanic gases created a thick atmosphere with clouds of sulfuric acid. That once friendly environment was gone but all is not lost. The remnants of such a world may hold the key to understanding planetary evolution and habitability. The twist is at this. Isn't science fiction. This planet does exist. And if we wanna learn more about the past present and possible future of our planet and the billions of similar exoplanets out. There this mysterious one needs more study and it doesn't reside in some distant solar system. Truth be told. It's it's right next door. This planet is venus and the more mysteries. We can unravel here more answers. We can find out there to missions. That's going to be sent to venus. Probably by twenty twenty eight to two thousand eight hundred thirty is davinci. Plus i summitted primary for not wanting to on the hottest planet in the solar system. A probe descends through thick poisonous atmosphere. It is both a time. Capsule and time machine unlocking secrets of the ancient past while revealing. how a world concern from possibly habitable to horrible. The location venous. Our sister planet has much to tell us about our own and exo planets now knight a scientific renaissance for our universe. The mission brought to you by nasa goddard and its partners. He's aptly named davinci plus the first. Us probe mission to venus over forty years with the proacting chemistry lab and photographer. Other cameras will map and gather additional views of the planet from above providing a new study. Venus that has scientific implications well beyond our solar system. Davinci loss will give us a new understanding of planetary evolution. Launching twenty twenty nine years will be spent exploring our celestial neighbor davinci plus coming soon to a planet near you. We've heard the promo. Let's find out exactly what's going on naso is going back to venus. The space agency has selected for its discovery missions veritas ass and davinci plus these two missions combined launching sometime towards twenty thirty who study the lost habitable. World of venus is earth's twin. And it's a nightmarish hellhole. It's one of the hottest places in the solar system outside of the sun and it's toxic but it may well have been the first habitable world in the solar system before we've earth like oceans and enough like climate simply to say really quietly and may have been life. So what is nasa going to do with these two missions while they came from a shortlist of four that were picked last february and over the last year or so through extensive peer review process. Davinci and veritas have come out on top being given five hundred million dollars per mission to prepare and get ready for launch and going to launch sometime between twenty eight and twenty thirty now. That might seem like a million years in the future but in reality it's only eight or nine years. I was gonna come around before you know it. So let's have a look at two different missions. I the vinci plops that is deep atmosphere. Venus investigation of noble gases chemistry and imagining imaging. That's definitely something someone wanted to say vinci and then worked out in the afternoon words afterwards. So it's going to measure the composition of venus atmosphere to understand how it formed at devolved as well as determined wherever the planet ever had. An ocean mission consists of a descent sphere that will plunge through the planet's atmosphere making precise measurements of noble gases and battlements to understand why venus's atmosphere.

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"ryan morrison" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"ryan morrison" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"More left. Her reviews swings get bad. Papas worry talk about the things in the previous weekend are weeks that we wants to read. We have a rating system blabbity blah. I hear this rating system is simple if the leftovers don't like something they toss it if they do like something they suggest you tasted and if it's brilliant against tampa way rating if all the leftovers love it then it gets the pinnacle of success a tupperware party. All right new movie dropped on net flicks stowaway jake. You saw. Who else got a chance to see stowaway. On net flicks a three person crew on a mission to mars faces. An impossible choice. When an unplanned passenger jeopardizes the lives of everyone on board stowaways a science fiction thriller film. It's written by joe. Penna and ryan morrison who directed by penner. The film stars anna kendrick. Daniel date kim schmear anderson and tony collects and i found this movie few weeks ago and i was like wow. This looks like a pretty big budget. Netflix film and kendrick and toni collette. And so watch this one. I'll give my thoughts here in a moment. But i want to hear your thoughts. What did you think. Stephanie about stowaway. Movie where people are on a mission to mars and after takeoff they realized that. There's a dude that fucking was on. You know that was they're doing like he's an engineer. That was like maybe doing repairs and working on the ship will something happen. He got knocked out and He's on the ship. They don't even realize he's there they hat. Nasa has not planned for him to be on this mission at all and somehow they missed the fact that you know that guy is still on the ship and it causes somehow some turned. Somehow it causes some problems here when they realized that there's a fourth person on this become part of this three person crew. What did you think about stowaway fine. It was fairly predictable for me. I think a lot of only four characters film but two of them are total d. Bags if you ask me the captain and dr kevorkian who tried to whatever spoiler. Sorry so i thought it was okay. It was well cookie cutter for me. Go into space. Something goes wrong You know you have to perform some kind insanely dangerous feet to take a chance that something may or may not happen and it was just..

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"ryan morrison" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"ryan morrison" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I didn't know if any Kaufman shifted into Adam should if you give him give him less hair and he's got the eyes this is latke whose Andy Kaufman from taxi there's a side by side which man that's the best and then the other one as I said this is did this cancer god it's testifying right now he looks like Fegan flute from the spy kids meal plan this is just a it's just a Hollywood line of no a I have to thank Ryan Morrison he's a dear friend of mine in Castro valley in it he sent that to his daughter is daughter actually just sent that to me and said you have to see the best thank you so much that's there you go all over that should be all over Facebook by the time this is all said and done on its way we've located Andy Kaufman he's not dead he's more he would just be the perfect one to be doing this on Saturday Night Live well we'll all my gosh all this would be so good well I have to tell you during the during the break I had to take a quick screen cap from C. N. as CBS that so I'm watching the live stream from because somebody did not give them the memo because they were talking about William Taylor who's one of the guys up there testifying and by the way will we have a secret microphone will go to in just seconds to be able to but hear what's going on there I William Taylor this what they had in the side screen he's impeachment inquiry witness top U. S. diplomat in the Ukraine was not on the July twenty five phone call between president trump insulin ski claims there was an effort to concerted effort to force Ukraine into a quid pro quo raise concerns about irregular each and a regular channel of policy making that included Rulli Rudy Giuliani so what he's basically saying is he he never heard the phone call a claims there was some effort again claims the word there does not have any proof of that but the last one raise concerns about the regular channel a policy making that included Rudy Giuliani your deep state you are not elected president United States president I'd states is Donald Trump we know you don't like that but believe it or not there's no where written in any of the rules of the United States and especially in the rules of foreign policy that the deep state has to be involved last I checked the president the United States gets to choose who he wants to be his channel of information dealing with foreign countries and all my gosh it doesn't have to be someone from the deep state that's what you're complaining about the regular channel see you're just mad that wasn't one of your people one of your people you can control exactly know what to do and come back with the right story to make the president look bad he wanted his own people on this now you people who we obviously can't trust that's what this is all about and you're gonna get the same thing for the other guy that's up there and this is absolutely if they were thinking this is riveting television let me tell you something I can't wait either yeah I'm sure that after the first thirty five minutes of Adam Schiff up their blathering and literally glad glad that it was nothing it's thirty five minutes of that like Manisha told listen you got to do this fast you go got open quickly we gotta get these witnesses otherwise people gonna be turning this off yeah they did not take their their notes very well for this one today and and you know what you've got a professional communicator in the White House and they had to president trump's people been there by the way his his counsel is not allowed into the witness chamber in into this proceeding even though they're talking about him Republicans have asked for in fact this came at the start Republicans have asked for six people to be witnesses they've been turned down by Adam Schiff he does not want them to be testifying so what I you know I think we should decade ago to our special microphone yeah going on house of representatives let let's hear what's happening right now we've got to protect our phony baloney job gentlemen we must do something about this.

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"ryan morrison" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"ryan morrison" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Iran this is news we've got some audio of Davidson protested I'll just rip in some college kids a new one funny and then they deserve they do deserve and then take Dave Chapelle talking about his a little some from his soon to be new Netflix specialist thing it's the most politically incorrect comedy special of all time which means I'll be watching I love you pal although I disagree with the months of they will get to that coming up why would somebody pose as a veteran why would people pose as someone for the military well you think that they would do it to get something in the perceive that they could some benefit reach some kind of benefit from playing on people's emotions really I would guess but what would they would get money or was it some people treat wall some people treat veterans with a certain amount of respect right so maybe that's the idea is that if you press up as a veteran then people will respect you a little bit more maybe sometimes you get preference when it comes to jobs you're a veteran I just like I see things for what one reason one reason only real world world sidestepping there yeah the other is checks yeah I mean if the obvious right I guess a two man convicted of pretending to be military veterans to get checks were handed an interesting sends by a Montana judge Ryan Morrison trails and we're both since the ten years behind bars for pretending to be wounded veterans learned she doesn't get to check faster than you that limping across the bar got back from Afghanistan yeah yeah yeah tell war stories that don't exist but the judge offered them a chance of parole under certain conditions first they have to hand write the names of six thousand seven fifty six Americans killed in Iraq and Afghanistan I like that yep then they must complete four hundred forty one hours of community service one for every veteran from Montana killed since the Korean War all right they really do that well up there in Montana that's very creative finally on Memorial Day or veteran's day you two minutes to sit outside the Montana veterans memorial wearing a sentence as I am a liar I am not a veteran I stole valor I've decided all veterans that's pretty good yeah that's a pretty high since I'm gonna take the jail time get scripts I write too much six thousand seven hundred no no but that's pretty creative right yeah guarantee Linna you'd never be impersonating a military man or woman that well I'm the.

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"ryan morrison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

10:54 min | 3 years ago

"ryan morrison" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On ninety eight point five the sports hub the Boston as well as the team nine eighty in Washington DC joining us now is know as soon as he is a contributing writer for The Washington Post has written a piece called what sports contract should look like welcome to the checkpoint X. P. thanks for having me on a fantastic article for The Washington Post ease sports contracts look like and you talk to Ryan Morrison a U. K. A. the video game lawyer as he's known on Twitter founding partner for Morrison Rothman L. L. P. as well as Bryce Blom the founding partner of U. S. G. law which is a dedicated to ease boards law firm where he represents ease ports teams talent in institutions and you guys are kind of collectively had a conversation about what each sports contract should look like and this was kind of brought into the forefront by the ti Phu story and if he'd be back and forth say he's had with phase clan and I thought this was a fan first of all if you have not read the article you should absolutely go check it out it's a fascinating discussion and not a lot of really interesting points loose but I think a you a starting point that seems as natural as any as there is no what was the big take away the you walk away from at the other side of this conversation I I think the major take away was that every player needs an independent lawyer on and I think it's fine not surprising given the fact that there were two hours talking here but a lot of the problems that the people experience would have been avoided by that but not all of them there's some very fundamental differences that emerges from this specific conversation but that have been sort of being handled by the whole lawsuit that fifty food filed what I would say that the end maybe one way of sort of assessing use two different worlds of the sewers are talking about is the braces are going from a place of you'd say like free markets in negotiations basically that this is all okay because both teams and players are freely entering into a business association and they're getting what each side is getting what they negotiate for that server he's gone from but then Ryan saying from the players standpoint it well but the days are heavily stacked so to speak on the side of the organization what players are saying that basically the reason why for instance seafood situation came out what he did is that the argument is that they want a guaranteed up front money as opposed to sharing some risk and and taking part of any back and funds are coming through sponsorship Sir and getting bigger profiles in terms of numbers into it for two for for instance so to start off I I looked into it he had thirty six thousand views in January twenty eighteen I need to in April when he signed with them he had two million but then by January twenty nineteen at a hundred sixteen million so that the you know sort of exemplifies we're talking about here and then who should benefit in white editing alternately just reflexivity sports where these basic goal posts are fifty for mixed metaphor are still very much being established in terms of what IT sports organization really is well there is there was considerable conversation and debate given to what is considered industry standard and I think might take away is even if somebody is arguing that something is industry standard industry is in such you know is in still such a a infantile state like early on in its development then I don't think you can argue that anything is necessarily industry standard even if it's a widely adopted policy so are you know I'm I'm kind of curious if there was anything that you walked away from from this exchange with you know regarding what would be considered an industry standard as far as industry standard the answer is in some cases yes in some cases no I mean I have to answer no if I had just come down once or the other I mean there are certainly depending on the league great so can overwatch we contract compared to a league of legends contracted for players playing in those specifically there are definitely standards of minimum salaries and benefits in these office guaranteed vacation you know things like that when it comes to organizations and they're in and go to a place they're not in one of those two leagues specifically it is a little bit of the wild west and it's opaque and so that was another big thing that emerge from this and and also the emerging in the debate between those two lawyers is and trying to get more transparency for the even basic things like sellers it was in traditional sports and so it becomes very difficult to understand really the reality of of a lot of clauses in a lot of terms of these concerts but I mean I was intensely question times of like what is expected usually you're gonna have some record amount of time available for sponsors sometime you know that's required for streaming sometimes it's required for other activities and then you know salary and then obviously the d'excellence or on the share of sponsorships and other forms of revenue that the player is generating right right in you spoke quickly about transparency and and for me you know that's one thing that you sports has not quite done that traditional sports seems to be to a certain extent very very adept at I mean we hear contract numbers we hear signing bonuses we did those numbers at the onset sometimes Sherman in negotiation before any you know any because been put to paper why do you think that you know he supports hasn't necessarily you know moved in that direction because even as we see it now we know that the contracts over Wesley are guaranteed but we very rarely get the numbers in those contracts so I think the reason for that is because of the players that we're seeing like it we haven't gotten to a point where all my god there's a major free agent who's gonna end up signing with the reason you see those contract numbers come out when you're looking at something like you know baseball well how come we didn't get that started talking just overlander didn't sign with us we'll let him off from a hundred million dollars more right that's why well in and I do things that you know one of the one of the other things that I kind of found myself for marking is that you know what a big value here is understanding your own value within the space you know team through when he signed up for faze clan could you argue that it was the resources that phase gave him that allowed his channel to see so much growth there are plenty of athletes have been fitted for plan for certain coach is going to certain schools playing in certain systems I don't think he's poor should be any different if somebody shows a specific talent force was the game in the situations in the stars aligned what was what makes the difference for somebody being able to have a super high valuation in demand of million dollar contract days boards I know that's not necessarily the norm right now but I just feel like if the sports is going to continue to grow and move in that direction that's part of what makes this whole thing move is the contract number speculation in Allah stuff I'm just curious as to why that hasn't happened yet I think that I mean call can you just said I think the other big elements mention is our union yeah the reality is that the reason why we're not hearing these numbers because they don't have to and and disclosing the terms of these concerts I would argue benefits the players obviously because then they can say will need you got this car may have more views the ninja I want more money the ninja and that's what we see Frances like many Machado and Bryce Harper or thing down the NBA words like that's where you're establishing a market value and then being able to leverage at four year old female for players on I think the other big problem here is that yours you mentioned that the I mean it's it's a lot of speculation going on here so one of the articles I wrote recently posted about it's about two things being valued at hundreds of millions of dollars in the VC venture capitalist way of that musings of like well there's a lot of attention and so we hope to be able to convert that to tell you at some point and so the rental value easy wreck right exactly I hope it's a hold and so you know it as far as getting players to that point where you know they are able to demand he sings there does have to be the ability for them to back it up somehow or for the two teams able to justify this to they're not just like Hey would put up with five million dollars towards this player what we're gonna see the return on that from you know X. Y. and Z. it and then of course the from right now free sports organizations is that a lot of the and this also mated to into the debate is at the traditional sports revenues aren't necessarily as our boss did not as robust as they are for tourism for seems this committee's forcing but there are ones available I mean switch at ninety million dollars for the over watch the window we see it also I mean it's on TNT and TBS and is certainly growing things from the traditional in using the free sports I think that the answer this comes back to if I had to make an argument I would say comes to the lack of unions and just to the volatility of of the industry you're listening to checkpoint XP he's boards and gaming radio were sitting down with no estimates contributing writer for The Washington Post about the article the hero called white should ease boards contracts look like if you haven't checked out you should check it out it's a really fascinating read it you know one of the one of the things that I I think is you know really apparent and I'm really glad that you brought up you know the unions and representation is that you know I think that there is a misconception about the way that revenues are being driven I think that from from someone who is looking to be any easy sports athlete right like and and present within these leagues I think that there might be a misconception of where the money is actually coming from and one of the things you know what they do bring up in your piece is that most of the revenue is being driven off of sponsorship not from ticket sales and other traditional more traditional models of of revenue as right now he's in the seat right exactly there are very few leagues that can actually leverage that kind of appeal so you know I really did appreciate you know that that piece of information what do you think that there's been more education on the players side on how the business actually works would be beneficial here absolutely and that's and and Hey we short of that if they're not going to happen again hire a lawyer I mean I'm hearing stories about teens going about almost is still taking place it could be a little bit outdated Trogir too but we're clear the being dissuaded from our lawyer thing Hey that felt like a friendly thing to do it's not nice for just talking here and you know you're going to get a lawyer I'm not you know and so and I think probably we're past that point but yeah I think the players should really understand like but you were saying before it's understand their value number one but then understand that they are now participating in a billion dollar industry I mean it is people for bill Clinton's performed at home and is now and that's great but there's a lot of money changing hands at this point absolutely very much a part of it and absolutely need to educate themselves or hire somebody who is that you can do this I know this has been our.

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"ryan morrison" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ryan morrison" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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"ryan morrison" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"ryan morrison" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

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