21 Burst results for "Sam Cisco"
U.S. Digital Response and the Volunteer Tech Effort
"President Obama's chief data scientist, talks with US Digital response cofounders Jennifer Palka and really knew as well as racially A member of US digital response. You know the place. I wanted to kind of start this conversation with you. Is almost rewinding the clock back and Tio where we were, and it's it's hard to to remember. But You know, it hasn't been that long. Since then. She all came together. March 16th, You know, that was 133 days ago or 19 weeks or on Lee 36.34% of 2020. Not long but to put it in perspective. What was what was coded like at that time. When, when, when? Back in March, 16. You know we had 4500 people who had tested positive in the United States and 88 had died. Six of which were in California. Sam Cisco Bay Area had moved to a shelter in place, and it was three days before a governor Newsome had issued a stay home order for the whole entire state. Ouchy had just warned that the worst is just ahead of us. It was his first time really warning that publicly. And so you know what we think about how much change from the numbers back then to now, I want you to take us back to the initial moment and that that almost that realization Of why jump into this? Why create us digital response when people the numbers weren't as bad as people have thought, What what got you to see this? And and maybe railing? Could you talk to us about how you came together? US digital response. I would say we started off a somewhat simple idea and a bit of a prediction. It was founded by a former U. S deputy chief technology officer is like John He was here and season tech industry veterans more like myself, and we kind of came together with this idea and thinking that With the pandemic. We were going to see government systems and government teams really be stretched beyond their current limits. And knowing all of the wonderful tech really talented tech expertise we have in this country. Is there something there? We can connect the people who have this expertise with the government teams are really going to need that hope to scale beyond problems that we've really never seen. So I think what happened was that was a thesis and we basically gave it a shot. We put a call out for help to technologists and we reached out to government people working in government that we knew their networks and we're basically like Is there something here? Can we provide help? As a team. We've really just been blown away by what we've been able to dio on Both sides. I think we've seen on one hand. We've seen those government services be taxed in a way that's really unprecedented. And in a way that goes way beyond where we made initially thought or on health care. We see systems being affected like Government service is like voting toe accessing benefits in the social safety net in general, and I think we've been overwhelmed by the interest from technologists who raised their hands to help so Probably. Within our first few weeks, we had thousands of technologists all over the country raised their hand sign up online just to say, Hey, I'm here here on my skills. I want to help. And so I would say USTR has served as that bridge that gap kind of bridge that gap between tech and I just want to help and governments in need and when we've really seen that the model works. So we're just about past four months of existence, and we've had over 5500 volunteers sign up to help from all over the country. We've actually taking on over 130 different projects with states and counties and city government teams in a TTE this 1300.27 different states, which kind of really amazing when I think about that. And as I said, it's all happened in just a matter of months. I mean, it's just phenomenal. You know, Raph, why did you join? What? What? What? What you did to this effort You have, like endless job opportunities with your background. Yeah, I was one of the first volunteers with you See, are the newbie on this panel? It's because I was spending all my time Energy doom, strolling and reading the news on DH. Release is worrying about the future on that didn't feel good night background is in Tech Azan Engineering executive You know, like I have worked at a few different startups and developing amazing roller coasters. But the thought experiment that I run when I'm thinking about leaving a group or joining group is if this group of people who succeed beyond their wildest dreams like what would the net impact on the world being In past companies have sometimes thought like I feel pretty neutral office like I love the people and the projects are interesting. But what is the impact? And so I've been on kind of a quest for the past few years to find a way to make That kind of impact it scale back in March. In this tiny thing that you're talking about. There was a lot of energy from the tech community, especially here in surface Go like the hacker news readings that to try and find ways to help and it seemed to me like a lot of the Things that people are working on. We're a little bit like solutions in search of problems like The solutions that are going to move the needle are going to be like something crazy, innovative. It's going to be mass cooperation and distribution and logistics and the kind of things that we infected government for. So a mutual friends talking about USTR, and when I read about it, heard about it. It was like this is this is the way we have to help governments. Let's help them be responsive to the needs. And so I had, like. The man's privilege of having the time of the financial security volunteer for free for a while. And the anxiety to not sit around doing nothing
"sam cisco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Yeah M. F. M. Sam Cisco the scorch reader real quick finish our baseball discussion animal get into what's a what's going on our country really quickly and what we both think is kind of our responsibility here at David prices we talk about all these minor leaguers and what teams are paying and what teams are in the eighties were first everybody went crazy in the giants have released twenty minor leaguers a lot of teams are doing this Minnesota Twins of come out saving to pay the guys now David prices come out and said that all the guys all the minor leagues that are not on the Dodgers forty man roster he will pay their salaries so that's pretty cool yeah thanks John preserve look kind of bad not there's yeah yeah yeah I mean I don't like a lot all right I think almost every team caught some minor leaguers yesterday and I get it because there's a that's a different structure minor league baseball does not have T. V. body they have the gate and that's it and there's no gate so that I understand but the ones you don't cut them that's the difference the ETS I think cuts a minor leaguers and then they're keeping other minor leaguers and not paying them and we had some people on the text while we discussed this earlier in the week when it happened said Hey it's all good they're only making four hundred dollars a week they can now file for unemployment and get as much if not more no they can't they are still employed by the age of just not being paid using cannot even file for unemployment this is the ETS taking people who make four hundred dollars a week and say sorry we're just not giving you that four hundred dollars a week I wonder if maybe it anyways don't generally operate this way so I already know the answer the question but it popped into my head that maybe the reverse field because of the reaction to this but they primal slaughter a lot of you know sports owners have remember the out the Sixers did some yeah that was a very weak with their employees Tolman volunteer how to reverse course on something the owner the rockets that he was doing I wish you would reverse filled out just about everything he's ever done but but anyway he he finally kind of caved to public pressure but yeah there there are still doing well Sir organizations that just don't hear they don't here they don't care and dot my guess is that Josh this is probably one of those people are gonna flip phone so I just think you know every fall maybe call the phone it we we started this the show at this time because at ten o'clock because in we had a discussion before the show where look we love what we do for a living we have a lot of fun we've gone through this you know I've done this for a long time a number of different times a lot of things are going on in our society and in we still talk sports but I do we do we both came to this conclusion today that we want to obviously we've been we've been talking about the pandemic but also what's going on in Minneapolis and by the way I think this is good news the the police officer alternately killed George Floyd has been arrested so hopefully that will will calm things down a little bit in Minneapolis will play at the minute because Stephen Jackson has been outspoken through this and I think he's done it in a good way and and he had a press conference today sort of read that to you but I thought that David Aldridge who's been doing it a long time I wrote something today to start off this column in the athletic and it's the following users do I really want to be part of the sports industrial complex right now is that everyone in my line of work once forced to continue covering sports as I've made my living for three decades it's pay my bills and all the trouble Rankin can grind on you it's still beats working for a living it's just the right now the notion that we need sports rings hollow you may want to watch sports new gender specific caves you may hope to see tiger on the course and Denny Hamlin behind the wheel in Tom Brady Buccaneers colors and congregate on the ice so to why I'm a resolution to see of the brown can win his fourth ring or Kawhi Leonard can get his third or if the raptors can go back to back but we don't need to what we need to do is stop killing black people for no good reason what we need to is wear masks when we go outside and not congregate with other people because not doing so will make it longer and harder to beat the virus before we can get back to normal not shorter and easier but they do cover sports in the NBA is a huge global league that millions of people care about and respect that this is important to you so I'm going to concentrate on that baloney talks about obviously what he thinks is gonna happen today in this meeting and how the NBA moves forward everything else and he does for all intents and purposes like he says he does his job so we wanted to make sure that we brought you that and will play something from the Stephen Jackson on this I know there are varying opinions but I think for us to not say anything about it and realize and respect that that's going on in our country but also tell you that we understand why you are here to get away from all of that and we will certainly do that moving forward but I think is important given the stage in the form that we have to open college what the hell's going on in our country because twenty twenty F. you yeah yeah as I say I I appreciate it because you know and I I feel the same way just because I know that we've reached a point where no matter who you are no matter where you're from and no matter what the color of your skin as I feel like silence is really really dangerous it's really dangerous it almost feels are complicit in it a lot of ways and so I I love listening to what what what Stephen Jackson I just said there was a there was a headline on CNN earlier today that said we have we have two viruses that are plaguing our nation right now one is cold at night to to the other is racism and and I actually I love the way David Aldridge put it but I I I I've talked a lot about this over the last few weeks I'm a little bit of a different entry point on the whole like do we need sports I actually feel like we do it a lot of different ways doesn't mean we need like a giants game today no but but sports is an absolutely necessary part but there is absolutely nothing overly urgent about it today these other two things it's it's incredibly urgent today that that that all of us those who experience this stuff and those who have no way to experience that you know stop think and and and just that's what I want to do our bit abit tried I've kind of spent the first few days of this and the last few years of this but honestly just trying to to listen more but if you're listening I'm now realizing that those of us who if you just only listen and that's it and and do nothing or say nothing with whatever platform you have that's that's that's not helping either also want to add to your statement about the officer who has been arrested it has now taken another step his name is Derek Sheldon and he has been charged with third degree murder and it may have water in in the death of of George Floridian I'm I'm interested to see what happens with the other three officers now too yeah because I don't think that they should just die that that not I know they've lost their jobs I don't necessarily think it stopped there the other thing too is and then we'll play Stephen Jackson for you they will get back to sports and a whole reason you're here there is an interesting quote that Logan Murdock who covers the warriors has retweeted that I think is interesting and Stephen Jackson said it but I'll just read it he says my white brothers I love you every race here I love you but if it comes to a point now where if you Love Me and you're not standing on the side of me then your love don't mean **** and if anything I hate to use this word but we always say this we always look for silver clouds and things are absolutely awful and this is but what essentially he's saying is is is this enough that not just people of color are so offended by this that this demands changing what he saying essentially is everybody needs to get done on this is this the one that finally everyone says look you I don't care what color I don't care what race you are this is outrageous let's come together and say this is enough and again I don't know if and our police officers and people who do such a tremendous job because we've talked about this before that in a sports arena I'm only using that because we're on a sports station you one fan and then all the sudden that whole arena or that whole fan base a stereo type I'm not trying to stereotype here all I'm simply saying is this is a horrible act most police officers and people who service our tremendous people give of themselves are absolutely great I don't want to stereotype anybody I'm simply saying that this is an outrageous act and maybe just maybe it can be the one the one vehicle that we can all say easy enough regardless of who you are what you are race gender etcetera hopefully obvious yeah well I I I so it's hard to have optimism on that because we've we this message has been pounded so so many times and and I I I mentioned this off the top of mention it again the the the the person who really wrote something that resonated with me today and I really want to trumpet to as many people as possible as our friend Marcus Thompson I encourage you to go to the athletic and please read what he wrote today and just understand and and and I think the theme he was tried to strike is is basically that that to be black in America means that that you have at least a certain level of rage almost all the time and think about you know chicken or the egg theory now what is what does that mean for that and you know wow however we all conduct ourselves if you're walking around in that kind of a state with good reason all the time and so that was just a wonderful piece of writing and and and and will this be the one that that brings about change I mean my god there has just been so many it's so so so ridiculously overdue and so yeah my my all I I I think I speak for both of us our hearts and our emotions and all of that that's that's where they are today even though we are you may turn at other times in here us laughing and having a good time in the sports world I will do this one more time we'll we'll hear from Stephen Jackson this morning the former war and then we'll get back to sports here he is a little bit of Bob less a minute of a a press conference to be held today I'm here because they're not going to mean the character it's.
"sam cisco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And they knew they resurrected the pride of the bay area in our team and ended up plus we got after thirty years standing out there in the infield the warm blanket came out so it was it it it it surrounded our shoulders and everybody is after weeping to stay at the in other it was just unbelievable I mean you are what's what's so great about playing a Sam Cisco about that day is it as it is an example how you how you bring back the team after thirty years it was a third place team but they knew that was that was the turn and man you guys were ball players you look around everywhere you look from outside ready to Milner to Mitchell yeah I think it was just a great great team and eighty seven Mike you were in a locked in phenomenal night complete game NLCS in front of fifty seven nine nine seven and I'm glad I watched it but we you put the giver put the gum on top your cap for the NBC interview I do yeah we're thrilled there's nobody standing there sixteen silver throat you know answer to get is somebody to flick midnight so just put on my so great and anyway it was awesome in glad we could we have to figure out some for Thursday Mike but we'll do it this is a nice surprise and I sure appreciate it appreciate that Texas should tell me yesterday you're gonna do it as well and don't kill couple minutes but you know what I think we can go another half hour yeah and cardinals and giants and Whitey and home baby and and man and al Rosen you know and and what you guys been bright we didn't get into what I could do another twenty on Bradley now he was fantastic in the grass and now I know why you didn't want Bob Melvin hello merry was a great catcher but you know I mean look really he was again the terminus the roof on the wall nice nice yeah yes seriously that counts friendly was beautiful behind the desk any a bomb for you yes he did he was.
"sam cisco" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Been ordered to hire you know the judge is overseeing their criminal probation from that gas line explosion he said you got a higher more tree trimmers so that trees don't fall down on your power lines and clarifiers and they said well oh boy we don't know when we will we can't really work on a deadline and also they're trying to play this game they have a bunch of tree trimmers already they were ordered to get more some of the tree trimmers they already have our out of state contractors who cost them a lot of money so what the judge wants is here's what you have add more what they want to do is here's what we have will hire more but you only get rid of the out of state contractors will end up maybe with only the same number of tree trimmer now the story talks about training twenty eight hundred more tree trimmers for next year you know I understand you need training but how long is a train you have to train someone hears a chain saw there's a branch yeah I mean I understand there's something to it but it's not like going to med school yeah but these guys what they're doing is incredible my parents had a bunch of tree not arguing that not are you guys are climbing I know I I get that but how long does it take to train a tree trimmer how long is a train the trainer tree turmeric dialed okay Turkey tomorrow yeah yeah exam fees good point I just was shocked this guy climbed the tree that was at least forty feet he climbed the tree with multiple chainsaws Dutch to him using like ropes and Pully salaries are performance outside the artist on he's very much Sam Cisco probably is all right the U. S. vehicle flee now is that a new record for fuel efficiency in twenty eighteen and at the same time the trump administration is trying to unravel at all allowing manufacturers to cut back on fuel efficiency twenty five point one miles yeah gallon for.
The Seattle area has gotten even more liberal
"Seattle area has grown even more liberal this is the FY I guy runs through the numbers and basic tries to point out is it possible to get even more liberal well I think it's sort of surprising to say that only fifty two percent of adults in our area say they're Democrats or lean democratic or liberal fifty two percent I would guess would be even higher so there is a marginal it up tick for liberal with U. S. C. Democratic Party is sort of a symbolic that it used to be forty eight to forty nine so we've gone up a tick how do they define it as it did how do they run what is the metric the filter that they run you through I think they just ask you know it do you do you identify with any one party do you are you are you a member of the Democratic Party have you ever been RT you know like the Communist Party as they were dealing when you vote you tend to lean democratic or did you are you right down the middle do you lean Republican or are you a member of the Republican Party that's that's that the kind of break down we're only the ninth most liberal measure which I think also was surprising Sam Cisco a not surprising is number one we're only the ninth right above LA in right below a San Jose at fifty two percent is our Cisco supposedly at sixty five percent and the one surprise his other ones that are in there right yeah so and Raleigh Durham about twenty five percent black yeah Philadelphia about twenty five thirty five percent forty percent black so yeah Oakland California black yeah so you're gonna include that Seattle way outside the norm you have mostly white people that's right okay so that's why you and that's like wow that's a rear that's just that's a democratic base of white if you may extend even got more black people living here yeah I think they'll never go up even more but settled in San Francisco you're rude liberal white yeah yeah and what's funny is that king county would rank higher because these are areas of meeting when you say Seattle you're really mean in king county and Snohomish county well so which county they said kind of drags down our liberal are bragging rights you know if you see them as reading fifty five percent in king county identify with Democrats or democratic leaning only forty four percent in Snohomish and guess what is in Pierce county how many liberals yeah not many thirty nine
"sam cisco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You know for about forty plus minutes forty five minutes maybe in fifty Sam Cisco played well enough to win and they fell short how do synopsis go get here as a representative of the conference that many of us follow up this happen NFC champions and they fell short on the big stage Kyle Shanahan head coach for the forty Niners his team won just ten games during the previous two seasons right and they were the second worst team in the league in twenty eighteen and couldn't even get through most of the recent offseason workout a lot of injuries so that a lot of setbacks but they start off eight no they survived a brutal stretch of games in December and they became the top seed in the NFC I watch a lot of San Francisco and I would just thought you know similar to Kansas city here in the playoffs I thought that boy you talk about a team that knows how to come from behind win games since it was so much fun to watch the electricity all of that team watching them the regular season they have some real mark he quality games that they play throughout the regular season that I enjoyed following a bye week to begin the you post season they easily dispatched the Vikings and the Packers I remember that Packers game just like it was yesterday even those who was yesterday I remember watching the Packers in just how overwhelmed Green Bay was again San Francisco to a point where in Rogers a quarterback for the package is this like all you know if we only had about our playspan if we just haven't Green Bay it's too warm out here the temperatures to fifty Green Bay twenty degrees we can get all we can get it to us like you got a win anywhere as a matter of the toll road I just thought that that was we can apart our Rogers one is though is that the watch the forty Niners awaited played against the Vikings at Packers two strong teams in the NFC north they're smothering defense and our running attack that was really strong and really main factors for them to win the NFC the forty Niners rushed one hundred forty one yards including fifty three from people Samuel a Super Bowl record for a wide receiver but the defense the defense made Patrick homes homes the MVP because I thought through a lot of stretch of the game especially in the second half the defense that's supposed to be airtight that's supposed to be able to frustrate Patrick homes the way they did the first half for some reason they were not as effective you know in that game that my home was intercepted twice the chiefs had only ten points as star the fourth quarter most routes one yard touchdown run late in the third quarter give the for the under twenty to ten lead that should have been game right there you make sure you can run the football you continue to run the clock and so that way from home so they get a chance to come back in the game because as we talked about earlier it is so easy for the KC chiefs to have that resolved to come back to win these games but here is the problem with the forty Niners yesterday San Francisco did not keep the ball I'm not in the fourth quarter I don't know like what why it will be awhile before nurse wanted that lead we cut them now the ball if she's had it for over nine minutes in a three and out had to kill Shanahan right there in the middle of the fourth quarter that three and out and putting the football away they had to kill Simpson's goes defense Kansas city was great in the red zone and FIPS code just was not another thing that you can look at all why the forty Niners or not Super Bowl champions today the Sims go defense Kansas city was great in the red zone every time can't see seem like they're in the red zone whether it was a fourth and short for the two they found a way to be able to get it done and get into the end zone and then the key match up you know age is not kind to all of us right Richard Sherman as good Richard Sherman is if you retire tonight Richard Sherman is in the hall of fame Richard Sherman against any walk ins that match up but that that was the big place up that touch down you see Richard Sherman you saw the agent Richard Sherman where there's intensity there there is a motor there for Richard Sherman but that's not sea hawk Sherman as a guy there that does not have the speed anymore still can cover this no doubt if you still cover but it's just that he takes on Sammy Watkins and a really high level often it he just could not get it done in that spot and I really believe that we look at you for illinois' gimmick Rapallo Rapallo played well enough to help Sam Cisco win forty Niners I thought they were methodical offensively they're taking their time at the line and they didn't have that sense of urgency as we saw from Kansas city she noticed after Cisco it didn't have the fox and have the clock on the screen I don't think the entire time or maybe I just missed it but I just thought that the forty Niners were taking their time all throughout the game giving up the line a lot of the time that I thought I was seeing five four three on the clock and then snapping they took their time offense Blee as if they said we're gonna run the football take our time and keep the chiefs offense off the field but it just didn't work especially late in the game when the defense need to make a stop especially as cancer he was driving for me I just couldn't get it done if we talk about the Superbowl Jonathan hood on under the hood on ESPN one thousand and the tune in now so why should him lost no the Superbowl leave well he picked the wrong quarterback to go against because we're talking about Patrick homes now specially is three teams have overcome double digit deficits in four quarters to win super bowls of the past twenty years those team for the twenty four patriots against the Seattle Seahawks the twenty sixteen patriot to get that landfill and of course the chiefs in this game against San Francisco to assist me it's just that if you even cracked the door ajar just a little bit if the door is ajar just to talk a little bit just a touch can see finds a way to come through in that defense as good as they were in it wasn't great you which is good they could not stop the onslaught they could not stop the momentum from Kansas city once again the ends once even with limited time on the clock in the fourth quarter they still can get it done and how about this about the pass interference on the subject of officiating so I scratch my head watching the game wondering why there are there are very few penalties of significant on the line there were no holding calls like Nick Bosa was never held on the line you're watching that game was like boy there there's a lot of calls as far as holding and of course I'm used to that because watching the NFL it's nothing but touchdowns and penalties those are two toppings each watch it at a fellow came is because officials don't know would pass interference is officials don't know what holding is it what I actually think about the no holding is to see a ton of that but they not a blow their whistle and assert themselves in the game when you and I just try to watch football we're just trying to the ball the year we're trying to see how the defense works we'll try to figure out how the running game is going to work and we continue to see these whistles all the time right so I'm watching this and I noticed there was a lack of dole's whistles as far as holding because I'm used to seeing a ton of those an NFL game what about that George kill play right the offense of pass interference that wiped out kills forty four yard gain right before halftime that stop synopsis go off of a high percentage field goal try in a ten ten game you know you watch that in your same wore off at the pass interference in a lead that pushes and promotes offense that that plate it was a good play I just expect the whistle to be on that particular place that hurts the forty Niners early there as we were going into halftime some thoughts now from Kyle Shanahan the head coach for Sam Cisco talked about a number of things with the press let's hear now from Kyle Shanahan they had three timeouts it was ten to ten the last thing we're gonna do is allow them to get the ball with three time outs especially with their quarterback in offices speed to go in there and score perhaps before half a real good tenets and especially the start with the ball thought a played out all right that we should have got points but on their in a contact the iron kettle so to get away yeah it's tough losses I mean it hurts everybody I'm in a room was in a Superbowl you know it we had opportunity to win that and we came up short but win or lose I mean this today and change I feel about our team I'm real proud of the guys what they did all year proud of what they did today can see played a good game they're better than us today and we can deal with that but rob's per disappointed Kyle Shanahan head coach for San Francisco well here's what you can say but it may not be true and I've heard this in several places earlier today and that is well service co will be back there next year are you know it's rob Lowe's growing in this offense is growing Shanahan knows exactly he's doing well here's the thing about some of these young upstarts head coaches their offense of geniuses and I used to use is very loosely you know just because you get there once doesn't mean that you're gonna get back there next year that's our works the NFL you know that I know that as well you know that one injury or ineptitude those two eyes will always come together in a fell is either an aptitude by an organization or by coaching staff or by player or injuries could derail your opportunity to repeat there are no more Buffalo Bills team just going to get to the Superbowl for years in a row that's not that's not happening anymore on the mark levy administration that's not happening you can see a forty Niners our paths will for a nurse to get better because what's not to like you have a young quarterback grapple other still needs to be able to grow you have a a site running game you have to fiddle one of the top tight ends in the National Football League you got a good offense of line in front of Barack below you've got a defense here that you got to get better at there's no questions press on the back in the secondary but you would think that the finished product right to get back there but you never know you never know look at the rams the rams gets it to the mountain they get always to the top and they take on the New England Patriots and they went to bed in the biggest moment against bill Belichick and you say they'll be back golf will grow the running game girly will grow and maybe make the playoffs bears will be right back there twelve and for next year eight mate and the upcoming season after twenty twenty who knows so we can't goal with the well they'll be back there next year would you rather have seen of Cisco which red had the beers put that on the pole Eric at ESPN one thousand at this point time which roster would you rather have which you going into the twenty twenty season regular season which will have the bears the forty Niners the forty Niners seem to be stacked right they seem like they could come right back but who knows if the NFL you're looking for like the next forty Niners to be able to rise from the ashes and to be able to get back there in the win the NFC you look at it extends the chiefs who knows if the chief will be back you're more likely not that's our works in the NFL you'll be another team so that's why I got to catch lightning in a bottle when.
"sam cisco" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Here this is the reason why today's land Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning catch them live tomorrow morning six till ten seven ten W. O. R. before the Iowa caucuses the big numbers are right how we all did in our Superbowl predictions yeah and I just want to compliment Michael because not only the finish last he finished dead last well I can if your last your last well you know what maybe didn't I mean you did pick no you pick Sam Cisco and you pick the final score to be thirteen to seven or twenty points scored by halftime I know but there was a part in the the first part of the game I noticed it was ten ten or something and I might win we have three people pick Sam just going I thought Joe is gonna be right he had sense is going to twenty eight twenty four and I really thought when I went to sleep at all yeah just gonna win this thing because I thought maybe twenty nothing from twenty look like I yeah I here's the bone I have to pick Anthony our associate producer he also picks San Francisco right but is reason for picking Sam Cisco he says just put down the whatever Warner Wolfe said because he's a real sports schedule I remember and I mean really Anthony very good so as the what was the real sports caster and picks Sam Cisco winning thirty to twenty seven go with me that was far as the four of us who picked Kansas city all pretty good guesses on Natalie had a thirty five twenty eight Kansas city that's pretty good she finished in fourth place let's see Lou our engineer had twenty three twenty Kansas city which looks like a winner until the last minute and some he finished in third place tearing a news Roma had twenty seven seventeen Kansas city even as a second place and some guy had the Kansas city winning thirty one twenty four which is like only off by four points and that he was the winner yeah yes good for you and that would be the only one the thing we will now respect me ABC my goal is not to get the civil right but to have anti associate producer you know.
"sam cisco" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"J. hood you know I'm looking forward to the Super Bowl taking place on Sunday because we go to Vegas it's a coin flip pretty much you can go either way Sam Cisco by one or can't city by one I've seen both actually as far as who can be fair in the Superbowl but I can't help but to take a look at what we see in the Superbowl care sees him says going compare it to the Chicago Bears and the reason why I'm doing this is because when you see the best of the best in the AFC and the NFC what you're looking for is to find out how far you are from your favorite team being in the spotlight is huge to be get to the Superbowl even if you fall short at least you're able to be the best in the conference and we have not seen this since six where the bears were at the top of the NFC in was the top of the top and love to see the bears get back there again the other yes those Lovie Smith teams in those teams were good but when you have an offense that should be good enough to get into the playoffs it should be able to get over the doldrums and the ineptitude in the issues of the bears you would think at some point they'll be able to break out in the positive with this bears him always is the defense it's been like that forever right I mean when the bears are good usually you can look at the defense and say the defense is carrying the load and we see that the last couple of years in the mat Nagy administration so when I look at what we have here with the bears versus Kansas city versus San Francisco it makes me wonder exactly how far the bears are from getting to where they need to be in one of these games you know when the special games here when Vince Lombardi trophy I love to see that at some point we look at NFL dot com and of course this is conjecture but I think it's pretty much spot on when you look at the ranking of Super Bowl starters the best of the best that we're going to see coming up on Sunday they have right number one Patrick homes is the best player that we're going to see on Sunday okay again we go back and forth on whether that you think that's accurate not but I think that if you ask an average bears fan who they'd rather have especially when the draft to play several years ago would you rather have Mitchell for biscuit would you rather have had to buy homes he's seventy five eighty eighty five percent would say for sure Patrick behold because of the production that he provides for the cans the chiefs he is by far the best player in the game of corn NFL dot com his ability to escape pressure will be huge against the forty Niners pass rush I can't disagree with that when it comes to the best offense of player that we're going to see the Superbowl Patrick homes number one and again my home is number one let's compare that to attribute ski and that speaks for itself right there I don't think I have to really do a deep dive on the difference between the two and if you don't believe me just go back to the seven I debate so night football game that we saw winter basically took on more homes we saw can't see take on the bears and you saw almost too busy doing his own thing remember that first quarter how odd it was like you start run the football by themselves is like is not even coaching right now knowing that the bears rout of it on a certain again the matter to the bears all all of sudden traditionally starts running around on his own is it almost calling his own number it was odd but I think it's pretty clear who the better quarterback is so to be able to get to the Superbowl you might want to have one of these prolific passing quarterbacks in homes over to biscuits number two on this list is George cattle the tight end for the forty Niners there is no better tied in the league he can catch it he also is a great blocker in the run game I don't think there's any question how good George kill Liz you would love to be able to just pointed that guy and say it's all hype he just loves to talk you live here is on voice he just a hype machine I think I can play actually I got a complaint I imagine if the bears had a tight end you look on the other side right George killers on one side and the other side you have G. P. holds red sole Dan brown occur and these are nice names to say at the bar Hey I like did Branik Kerr but it doesn't roll off the tongue like George kill because George kill is a special player so when you go to NFL dot com at a rate the Superbowl starters may have more homes one and kill too that's pretty good night and to parents with the bears half as we talk about this under the hood with Jonathan hood on ESPN one thousand the two and a half and then number three and four are defensive ends one is Chris Jones for the chiefs the was Nick Bosa for the forty Niners Jones did not played that well in the post season he was limited but I guess the Titans he was able to have some big plays you will not a hundred percent but again this time of year who is a hundred percent and Chris Jones played well enough against the Titans to help the cancer genes get to this moment right now play in the Super Bowl against San Francisco so Chris Jones played well enough to get this defense going the other side's Nick Bosa his ability to create pressure off the edge is what drives the forty Niners defense out for someone that's a rookie he looks like you applied for five or ten years off the edge when you watch Nick Bosa you like what look at the motor of this guy boy it pays to have someone off the exits young and does not give a blank he's just moving he's just doing what he can to get off the edge blow past that offense of line and be able to get to the quarterback we flip it on the other side with the bears in as much as you might like hello all Nichols or Roy Roberts in Harris his name is divorced name you like Robertson Harris but the same time they can't compare to what Chris Jones Nick Bosa will bring those guys will have impactful plays in the Superbowl as a defensive end position so I like both of those guys number five in this list we go right back to the tight end Travis Kelsey now you can change them however you'd like I mean Kendall tells C. you can't go wrong with the tide in spot it is inexplicable that the bears did not have a tight and of some substance for for this game eight women how much this all year right I mean it's clear you just can't just throw some big body out there so Hey I need you to block yeah I need to the tackle and easy to catch AT balls that's not how that works yet have someone skilled at the position and if I gave you kill all gave you Kelsey not compared to the bears you start you start to understand where some of the issues are with this bears team a why the right name right we go to six through ten Mitchell Schwartz Mitchell Schwartz mark Schlereth in those that understand often to want to play much better than I do say that sports is like the best in the game for everything that he does he's arguably the best right tackle in the league excelling in both the pass in the run game battles with edge players of the forty nine is gonna be big this week Mitchell Schwartz at tackle and now you compare that to Bobby Massey are you compare that to Charles one all right nothing against Bobby Massey could be a lot better Charles when same thing but even those that have the skill live to look at often to one place say and not great five of the ten scaled maybe six on a good day depending on the match up but Mitchell Schwartz a name that you will hear on Superbowl Sunday and if you watch the NFL again you fancy football guys there are no numbers for your tackle I guess you can't be nice to have as a football we can just be able to a lock in some pain takes a spot right for your fantasy football but Mitchell Schwartz is as solid as they come if you haven't heard his name that's probably because he does his job very well that's usually how often the one to get to the to the hall of fame you don't know them until you hear about how great they are Mitchell Schwartz is at the top of his game seven and eight seven is the fours Buckner for the defensive tackle for the forty Niners like most of the rest of the forty Niners line he can take over games and he's really good as a pass rusher of all for a power player and he's going to be able to try to contain Patrick homes the force Buckner at defensive tackle on the flip side again we talk about Robertson Heris gate it divorce Buckner is at the top of his game for the forty Niners eight on that list Richard Sherman if you walked away from the game today he's in the hall of fame and he will probably start ripping skip Bayless as soon as he steps to the podium just just who he is I remember him going back and forth with skip what he was doing the equivalent I guess a first take or whatever the show was at the time and and there was still going after only get on his case and is still was talking about all the players that he's not as good as hand Richard Sherman replied well if I'm maybe I'm not as good as those guys but I know better than you I'm better than you skip I'm better than you SO Richard Sherman is on that list as well I believe his I'm better than you at life I think he added at the end of that everything an end to skip replied as he always does I think he gets paid by the on that TV show he does none the less Richard Sherman at corner right flip side Kyle fuller what what team wouldn't want Kyle fuller right that's something that's a little fight at that corner spot Kyle fuller and then Toliver is someone that that we saw in sports last year looks like someone is on the com that would not surprise me if he starts for this upcoming season for the bears and then there's prince Amukamara so and who knows if it prints even of the with the ball club next year but Richard Sherman's at the top and colorful is very good at what he does and I'll give you the other to the other two of when this top ten that we're gonna see on Sunday honey badger Matthew all the hype around him in college like all this guy's a knuckle head you'll never be able learn he has solidified himself as a terrific strong safety our guide that if you played the way he did in the second half of the season and the playoffs in the first half he'd be higher on this list he can be a game Recker with his ability to play all over the field he is a tremendous player he was in college but you're like all honey badger is the form self no he's for trying to get pics he's there to make a difference on the other side for the bears who wouldn't want any Jackson right who wouldn't want any jacks on a team there's a guy there that deserves the bonus pay that he got for the bears could be a slow slow fine player a cornerstone for the bears for sometime in the think about ha ha Clinton Dix a veteran that's on the spirit team too not bad number ten this lysis Tyree kill the wide receiver for the chiefs you slow by injuries this year when he's healthy now but he can fly and that the foreigners trying to match up with him in man coverage look out there's no doubt about that Tyree killed on the other side Allen Robinson the second Allen Robinson is good wide receiver is he.
"sam cisco" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Open an emergency homeless shelter in the Oakmont neighborhood it is seven fifteen Bruce's here he's talking this weekend's big game yeah porters against the Green Bay Packers first time these SO two teams have met in an NFC a title game since way back in nineteen ninety seven the Packers won that game and what their candlestick park I remember because I was there covering it Packers of course visited Levi's earlier this season got hammered by the forty Niners and pass rush specialist D. for Sam Cisco says that to even though the numbers are the favorite eat there the challenge of trying to put the clamps on quarterback Aaron Rodgers that's a big one the taller fame or he can make plays anyway his team needs in a mate you can download different schemes as far as past considers to get the ball out of his hands or he can hold the ball and make plays we got our work cut out for us this week no you we mentioned how the Packers got hammered the last time they were in the the bay area Aaron Rodgers was asked what happened in that game so bad on third down and we let him get after us up front in the past came up from the ball over so there's a lot of things it didn't go well definitely want to fix that but forget about the week of preparation in the plan and the focus of the guys did finally Niners coach Karl Shanahan says so even though the Niners are favored to win this game by seven he's not worried about his guys being over confident against the Packer team they beat badly earlier even if you go back and watch our game I mean that was much more competitive than the score looked Plano you get thirty points you know to some of the turnovers that happened some big plays blows a lot harder game than it seemed and all the other games that you watch on tape it looks like you're playing a real good team so you're playing a team that's a record that they do you're making me listen to cash in hand talk it's like his mind is going in five different directions so once he's so excitable I I love that about that guy just like you Bruce yeah just like me forced to as Bruce McGowan KCBS lose your child to be ready for kindergarten Chester.
"sam cisco" Discussed on KGO 810
"Place is beautiful Sam Cisco but they have effectively done it the reality of that city we discover we spend time there is even worse than you may have heard civilization itself is coming apart and Sam Cisco right there in broad daylight on the city sidewalks were littered with junkies in feces and dirty needles the joule of our Pacific coast is now feel fear and more chaotic than downtown room by India literally how did that happen we need to know okay Carlson's looking that at that every day this week in a special series on San Francisco on what happened to it over the years that's great now he was a cause celeb two days ago when he partially questioned the blowing up of the Iranian general the mainstream media love Tucker Carlson for a Cup of coffee I'm sure with this story there back to saying he's a right wing lunatic meaning to bring that up about fox this is something the other channels I wish they would get in on and I'll admit I don't watch them as well MSNBC I take several shows and I never watch the in and it just never gonna cursed well it's crappy but but fox has regularly had either as show or multiple shows that completely go against the whole Hannity view of things yeah whether it was a shepherd Smith are now Tucker Carlson and they regularly serve it have no doubt but regularly goes against you know whatever is the hot conservative point of view of the day he couldn't be more against the bombing of salmonella and I don't believe that's the man's name is dismissive sorry sorry get your name wrong when when if I watch I did see CNN I remember watching after one of the debates in and then I heard somebody else make a comment about it that I was I was thought it was funny you got nine people up there he got nine analysts and they all have the same opinion in that friends are from the same twenty four hours if I watch Bret Baier he usually has at conservative on a liberal on and then somebody who's a little Republican but hates trump yeah and I don't see that on MSNBC ever I've never seen a guest on MSNBC not one time who agrees with Donald Trump on stuff and makes that argument right in the half the country does when he's probably going to get reelected may never have one guest on like that what's fox's shows like that all day long yeah somebody oughta alert Twitter to this fox news has way more dissent or to their city then sit right right both than CNN or MSNBC and if I'm wrong point out the shows but I don't see it I I'm not I don't remember ever watching Rachel Maddow where she's got one of her guests painless on there is a big trump supporter in a really smart one an articulate and they have although you know she's she's better than some but o'donnell sure isn't but then Sean Hannity is anti there but you have the the the channel ought to get more credit than it gets put down on these are polarized time you're either a polarized times you're either with me again me so Facebook leading up to the twenty twenty election has outlawed deep Frakes all man positive Shonda showed me a new deep fake where there folks we are there reality and created reality is it's impossible to tell the death was at the home Stallone deep fake that I saw over Christmas break no one's seen home Stallone home alone but with sly Stallone Lester Sloan yeah yes his tiny it's just his face on tiny macaulay Culkin yeah and it is Sylvester Stallone's face that's Wallace that's districts home alone in his voice home alone stone alone home alone maybe Stallone alone anyway yeah it's it's the one we are just looking at is it's flawless it's seamless yeah it's a an impressionist going through a series of impressions with the face changing as his voice changes that unbelievable there's a little home Stallone for it we're about to run it up on Scott no it's his voice to some right what can we do the audio yeah we'll we'll we'll queue that up for a hug but so it is a serious problem in our now we're going to handle it well just read this because it's pretty well written is pretty good Facebook has announced a new policy change that will see their site band deep fake content from its platform in the run up to the twenty twenty presidential election in November a deep fakers the colloquial term for synthetic media or media that has been created artificially using deep learning techniques historically deep fakes got their start by being used to create pornographic videos featuring people that never took part in the video in the first place that can be said of everything on the internet it started with porn Jeez no kidding such as Remus actors a button I'd seen those and they were like I'd seen them because people saw what color is this is yeah you know Jennifer Lawrence's head on a body but it's like a different race in the heads of the wrong size and facing the wrong direction I mean it was unbelievable all it's improved so much sense and maybe I'm turned on by giant headed woman the technology is increasingly becoming embrace to spread political propaganda and misinformation got think how much they do this in China and Russia already off if the Hey I or deep learning techniques behind IT deep take video or advanced enough the synthetic meaty can make it look like someone such as the president the United States or one of his opponents is doing or saying something that they in reality never said or did because of the very nature of the content deep fakes have the potential to easily go viral online that's why Facebook has announced a ban on them on their platform ahead of the twenty twenty election in a blog post today Facebook says that it will be removing media if it meets two criteria the result to mention this is because they are going to allow shuttle fakes what's that well you're about to find out make a becomes a problem it depicts will be removed if they meet the two criteria the video has been artificially generated or edited to make it look like a person said something that they in fact have not said okay I and I guess you have to meet both of these the video replaces OR adds content must be either replaces our ads content that makes it look authentic by using a iron machine learning needs okay I get that but Facebook says its new depict policy does not apply to parity or satirical content leaving room for users to argue their depiction remain on the platform that's that's a tough one to call right there it did really really is yeah and the new policy also does not ban the posting of so called shallow fakes that is authentic video that is simply been edited to rearrange the order of words or a victim when tired way all that's the same thing if you change the video to all met arm of phrase and it changes the meaning completely somebody did that with a biting thing last week it went viral for like a day before I got straightened out hi would you want to murder positive Sean I said I do not want to but you know not we cut that in the the binding and remember what it was last week but it was it was a video going around him or audio tape and it was him stating the opposite of what he actually said No Way how was that not as damaging or the same thing as the deep fake they are going to allow that as usual mark berserker Bergen is is minions of decided to go ahead and edit the internet and have done a miserable job you know in there to some of Johnny's edit the order of the words were admitted them are entirely to change the meaning that's okay but at least you didn't use a I to make it look like sly Stallone's face yeah I tell you what we're into weird weird times as you pointed out before it the problem is too full number one you have a video saying I Joe getting I'm running for Congress and I'm in favor of re bringing back slavery okay I never said that I and number one but there is the video and it's my face in my voice you resident some town hall I'm not in favor of bringing back slavery rights they took out the crowd cheers yeah that's the shallow fake in the deep fake I've never said anything about slavery at all and they have me saying it the other one is as you pointed out before there I am of a a I'm I'm giving a speech is a fundraiser for the this the Republican Party of The Simpsons which is my favorite representational Republican parties to Mister burns it's Count Dracula the routing Tooting Texas guy dole Bob Palmer so anyway there I am at their fundraisers saying you know what I I I think would really help this country is if we re in slave to people of color and that would get leaked out and you know in this scenario so I'm not gonna say I said it that's probably bad things and there but somebody said that the video leaks out and they say oh no that's a deep fake that's one of those insidious deep fakes so you have a completely like iron clad accuse ability but what it meant to unfairly inaccurately and you have complete iron clad deniability dishonestly as well well that's a good place for us to be yeah how do you hold a trial where you say all right now look at the security video you see the bank robber walking in he looks at the camera there's a space there is sitting there at the defendant's table ladies and gentlemen of the jury what is your vote are you gonna do that there's certain I think it's probably some sort of deep fake because they didn't like this guy and that'll be the defense to police chief doesn't like him because our kids are different little league teams he's framed so can we roll a little audio Stallone alone is that possible or we'll have to do that when we come back and we can do that now.
"sam cisco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Option you can bid for the forty Niners foundation which is very very cool so there you go enjoy that you guys are up we had a hell of a show man Hank Schulman's Cobb stopping bond we got down to a hidden Whitner in the house love Dante's break down more yet Morton has today and the and Steve Kerr who told the rest last night wake your **** up you want to get off early Steve will be with us break it all down you can't leave early if you say wake your **** up yeah yeah Steve actually called and it can make it is gonna sleep and a nine thirty eight am to the postgame press conference he hit the road made Mike brown do it less than I would have done too seriously I looked down at it highway eighty get home right second down a few more dollars on the way our public see you tomorrow cruise up next rod is up next Tommy is up next to Kay bee right here on TV are a am and FM Sam Cisco these forces now the my rod this call may be one oh four five six eight cool cool yeah yes so you are welcome to older Krueger and rocks not what is this **** again it's already after gets there right right always alert you when this thing you see fig drugs out there and.
"sam cisco" Discussed on KGO 810
"Is beautiful Sam Cisco but they have effectively done it the reality of that city we discover we spend time there is even worse than you may have heard civilization itself is coming apart and Sam Cisco right there in broad daylight on the city sidewalks were littered with junkies in feces and dirty needles the joule of our Pacific coast is now feel fear and more chaotic than downtown room by India literally how did that happen we need to now okay Carlson's looking that at that every day this week in a special series on San Francisco on what happened to it over the years that's great now he was a cause celeb two days ago when he harshly questioned the blowing up of the Iranian general the mainstream media love Tucker Carlson for a Cup of coffee I'm sure with this story there back to saying he's a right wing lunatic meaning to bring that up about fox this is something the other channels I wish they would get in on and I'll admit I don't watch them as well MSNBC I take several shows in I never watch the in and it just never even occurs well it's crappy but but fox has regularly had either as show or multiple shows that completely go against the whole Hannity view of things yeah whether it was a shepherd Smith or not Tucker Carlson and they regularly conservative no doubt but I and regularly goes against you know whatever is the hot conservative point of view of the day he couldn't be more against the bombing of salmonella and I don't believe that's the men's names dismissive sorry sorry that your name wrong and when when I if I watch I did see CNN I remember watching after one of the debates in and then I heard somebody else make a comment about it that I was I was thought it was funny you got nine people up there you got nine analysts and they all have the same opinion in advance from the same point of you if I watch Bret Baier he usually has acted server live on a liberal on and then somebody who's a little Republican but hates trump yeah and I don't see that on MSNBC ever I've never seen a guest on MSNBC not one time who agrees with Donald Trump on stopping makes that argument running all half the country does any probably gonna get reelected they never have one guest on like that what's fox's shows like that all day long yeah somebody oughta alert Twitter to this fox news has way more dissent or to their city then sit right right both then CNN or MSNBC and if I'm wrong point out the shows but I don't see it I I'm not I don't remember ever watching Rachel Maddow where she's got one of her guest panelists on there is a big trump supporter in a really smart one an articulate and they have although you know she's she's better than some but so Donal sure isn't but then Sean Hannity isn't either but you have the the the channel ought to get more credit than it gets put in on these are polarized time you're either a polarized times you're either with me or against me so Facebook leading up to the twenty twenty election has outlawed deep fakes all man positive Shonda showed me a new deep fake where there folks we are there reality and created reality is it's impossible to tell the death was at the home Stallone deep fake that I saw over Christmas break no one's seen home Stallone home alone but with sliced one Lester Sloan yeah yes his tiny it's just his face on tiny macaulay Culkin yeah and it is Sylvester Stallone's face that still sternly with vocalist that's districts home alone in his voice home alone stone a loan home alone maybe Stallone alone anyway yeah it's it's the one we're just looking at is it's flawless it's seamless yeah it's a an impressionistic going through a series of impressions with the face changing as a voice changes that unbelievable there's a little home Stallone for it we're about to run it up on sky I don't know and then it's his voice to so right but we do the audio yeah we'll we'll we'll queue that up for a hot but so it is a serious problem and I don't know how we're going to handle it well just read this because it's pretty well written is pretty good Facebook has announced a new policy change that will see their site ban deep fake content from its platform in the run up to the twenty twenty presidential election in November a deep fake is the colloquial term for synthetic media or media that has been created artificially using deep learning techniques historically deep fakes got their start by being used to create pornographic videos featuring people that never took part in the video in the first place that can be said of everything on the internet it started with porn Jeez no kidding such as famous actors and but I'd seen those and they were like I'd seen them because people somewhat couple are instances yeah you know Jennifer Lawrence's head on the body but it's like a different race in the heads of the wrong size and facing the wrong direction I mean it was unbelievable all it's improved so much sense and maybe I'm turned on by giant headed woman the technology is increasingly becoming embrace to spread political propaganda and misinformation got think how much they do this in China and Russia already off if the Hey I or deep learning techniques behind IT deep take video are advanced enough the synthetic media can make it look like someone such as the president the United States or one of his opponents is doing or saying something that they in reality never said or did because of the very nature of the content deep fakes have the potential to easily go viral online that's why Facebook has announced a ban on them on their platform ahead of the twenty twenty election in a blog post today Facebook says that it will be removing media if it meets two criteria the reason I want to mention this is because they are going to allow shuttle fakes what's that well you're about to find out McKay becomes a problem indeed thanks will be removed if they meet the two criteria the video has been artificially generated or edited to make it look like a person said something that they in fact have not said okay I and I guess you have to meet both of these the video replaces OR adds content must be either video replaces our ads content that makes it look authentic by using a iron machine learning needs okay I get that but Facebook says its new depict policy does not apply to parity or satirical content leaving room for users to argue their deep thank should remain on the platform that's that's a tough one to call right that it really really is yeah and the new policy also does not ban the posting of so called shallow fakes that is authentic video that is simply been edited to rearrange the order of words or a victim when tired way all it's the same thing if you change the video to all met arm of phrase and it changes the meaning completely somebody did that with a biting thing last week it went viral for like a day before I got straightened out hi would you want to murder positive Sean I said I do not want to but you know not we cut that in the the binding and remember what it was last week but it was it was a video going around here audio tape and it was him stating the opposite of what he actually said No Way how was that not as damaging or the same flippant thing is the deep fake but they are going to allow that as usual mark berserker Bergen is is minions of decided to go ahead and edit the internet and have done a miserable job you know in there to some of you have done is edit the order of the words are admitted them are entirely to change the meaning that's okay but at least you didn't use a I to make it look like sly Stallone's face yeah I tell you what we're into weird weird times as you pointed out before it's the problem is too full number one you have a video saying I Joe getting I'm running for Congress and I'm in favor of re bringing back slavery okay I never said that I am never what but there is the video and it's my face in my voice you residents some town hall I'm not in favor of bringing back slavery rights they took out the crowd cheers that's the shallow fake in the deep fake I've never said anything about slavery at all and they have me saying it the other one is as you pointed out before there I am of it I'm I'm giving a speech is a fundraiser for the this the Republican Party of The Simpsons which is my favorite representational Republican parties to Mister burns it's Count Dracula it's the routing Tooting Texas guy Bob Dole Bob Palmer so anyway but there I am at their fundraisers saying you know what I I I think would really help this country is if we re in slave to people of color and that would get leaked out and you know in this scenario sauce I'm not gonna say I said it that's probably bad things and there but somebody said that the video leaks out and they say oh no that's a deep fake that's one of those insidious deep fakes so you have a completely like iron clad accuse ability but it but to unfairly inaccurately and you have complete iron clad deniability dishonestly as well well that's a good place for us to be yeah thanks how do you hold a trial where you say all right now look at the security video you see the bank robber walking in he looks at the camera there's a space there is sitting there at the defendant's table ladies and gentlemen of the jury what is your vote are you gonna do that there are certain think it's probably some sort of deep fake because they didn't like this guy and that'll be the defense to police chief doesn't like him because our kids are on different little league teams is framed so can we roll a little audio of Stallone alone is that possible or we'll have to do that when we come back and we can do that now.
"sam cisco" Discussed on KGO 810
"Will argue with that later on okay we're an argument earlier that I I was entirely right joining us right now is a newly elected not get sworn and Sam Cisco prosecutor testimony in first of all congratulations on the coolest name in politics although I'm sure gets butchered by everybody I probably do it a couple times this half hour that's our I'm not gonna prosecute you for miss someone and there you go I heard you in an interview and I on on public radio and it was one of those yeah we're talking about just before the first time I heard people to judge I didn't know who it was but and and Cory Booker I couldn't I and I was blown away by the content they started with your story and I was transfixed I really thought if we didn't get anything I was going to contact you to make a movie about no I'm so as a but you've got offers because it's the most amazing story and before we get to the problems that you're gonna have to confront is prosecuting the city and I'm sure you're well aware of let's tell recruit the story so you were a small child and your parents drop you off at the babysitter and then went and robbed a bank and others are yeah hello I'm a car she's actually know your hours fourteen months old my parents let me the babysitter they participated as the drivers of the get away car drivers from an armored car robbery at a bank truck bring struck and the people who did the robbery ended up killing one of the security guards my parents weren't waiting at the scene there waiting a little ways off switch car technically and the folks did the robber switched into the back of the truck my parents were driving that truck was then pulled over and the people in the back of a truck came out shooting and killed two police officers the tragic a violent crime left three men dead many other people were injured it you know in the course of that robbery and my parents were arrested that day never came back to get me at the babysitter I was in the in the end I was adopted by by family friends took me in not just any family friends not just an Israeli friends people who had their own their own history their own notoriety a bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn and they knew my biological parents because all four of them had been in a group called the weather underground students for democratic society before that organizing against the war in Vietnam in favor of the civil rights movement and started up into that family meanwhile my parents are being prosecuted under a New York state law called felony murder we had a similar law in California until about two years ago when it was repealed by Senate bill fourteen thirty seven a law that allows prosecutors to seek a murder conviction against someone they know was not actually involved in causing physical harm directly so my parents one armed didn't personally hurt anybody but because they were knowingly involved in this robbery New York law the time allowed them to seek murder convictions for each of the three men who were killed my mother ended up serving twenty two years in prison my father still incarcerated today and he will not be eligible for parole until he's a hundred and twelve years old again a remarkable story and and you see here today and the and the and a very enviable see or maybe depending on how you look at it I mean I think it's to me it's it's remarkable I mean I must give you such insight into the criminal justice system to see it from both and I'm not shy old and your family and then living in another life tapping into the stories about you traveling around the world and the things that you learned that brought to you to where you are but let's since we have don't have a lot of time I I one of the things you said I think and I've always believed and is that bail all the way we practice be on this country is our violates the very tenants of the the the constitution what Baelish device it is the sixth amendment fail is it yeah well so do the different challenges that are brought to build the the prohibition excessive bail is in the eighth amendment but the challenges that I brought in state and federal court over the last five years to try to move away from a well space system and towards a risk based system I think it's more consistent with public safety and also with the fundamental constitutional rights that we hold dear are based on equal protection and due process arguments the idea is really simple if someone is too dangerous to be released and it doesn't matter how rich they are and if they're not too dangerous for be released then it doesn't matter how poor they are right now our system allows wealthy people were dangerous to buy their freedom even if we know that they continue to pose a serious rest meanwhile Nancy yeah war the the the the victim in the marshes law case that the Marcy who Marcy's law victims bill of rights in California is named after a woman named Marcy who was killed by domestic violence abuser after he bailed out he never should have been allowed out didn't matter that he was wealthy but our system allows people like Jeff we have seen like the murder in the marshes in him who killed marsia forces law to purchase their freedom without regard to rest and meanwhile you've got people who maybe wrongfully accused who may be charged with low level nonviolent crimes who have jobs and families who have homes that they are potentially gonna lose well the language behind bars simply because of their poverty without regard to rest that's a system that puts public safety on the line in favor of wealth based discrimination and I'm committed to moving away from it as fast as possible well I mean wouldn't that just means that certain crime should never have Beilin posed I mean should all non violent crimes not have bail because of all you did was break into a car why would anyone the breaks into a car have to face Beilin if you're saying that there's some people say but Hey I don't know my cars keep being broken into especially in San Francisco Justin Santos I whole block of willow Glen their entire block at all their cars broken into there's a glass several some people would say that reduces my quality of life and I want those people prosecuted an angelic absolutely great question again and just to to play a little bit public safety is not just about violent crimes it's also about pretty crimes and and drug sales and all of that stuff plays into public safety to be sure when it comes to bail what's important remember is we don't need to simply rely on well spaced attention in order to protect the public we can impose non monetary conditions on people's freedom pre trial now prosecuting cases absolutely holding people accountable absolutely but the U. S. constitution prohibits punishing people until they've been convicted and the problem with pre trial detention is you're putting somebody in jail who is presumed innocent and so what we want to do instead is impose conditions where feasible that don't punish the person but do protect the public so drug testing stay away orders electronic monitoring in extreme cases home detention in extreme cases all of those of no weapons conditions there's a wide range of conditions that judges can impose that are specific to the individual and whatever risk they might pose whether drugs property crime what have you she is a part of that I love about you I'm when I listen to this interview and then I started hearing the criticism from people from even cause closest to London breed in that group press I thought to myself you don't sound like a cop you don't sound like a politician you sound like a woke activist what should know I I did I think that in the position of law enforcement that's exactly what you need a re examination of its role especially in a city I'm not talking about the Attorney General has to deal with a lot of it but in a city like San Francisco which is up you know it's got seven hundred thousand fifty people living on top of one another you people don't have a brief answer to swing and it to me and that's what that's what I liked about it I mean I don't know I mean like let's just talk about you know homelessness and the problems with you know what what to do with people they have civil rights we don't wanna violate their civil rights I mean before we get to that let me ask you a question do you must have heard that before that what you're saying doesn't sound traditionally like what a prosecutor might say here's the thing we have a criminal justice system that everybody agrees is not keeping us safe is not using resources efficiently and is not treating people humanely there's no dispute all the candidates ran in this race for district attorney people from coast to coast doesn't matter what political party there and agree that the criminal justice system is failing us and so the question is why would we want people who sound like the status quo to run the system that we all agree isn't working we need a new perspective a fresh perspective as Nikki said I've been thinking about an impacted by these issues my whole life yeah I've worked on criminal justice reform literally since I was in grade school I started advocating for policy changes in prisons and jails speaking out on behalf of other children with incarcerated parents thinking about the ways our system fails victims fails to rehabilitate people who've been convicted on the sky high recidivism rates I mean it's a revolving door this system is not working and we need a fresh perspective that's exactly what I bring I'm so I mean I'm building alliances with something like that in a in a city that it's full of bureaucrats like every major American city right now I don't mean that as a pejorative I don't write it is is bureaucracy handling it you got to do it how do you make that step that step that leap from where we are now to where you would like it to be there's a lot of work to do I know we can't do it alone and I'm excited to roll up my sleeves accounts table meet with people who supported me in the campaign of people didn't and find ways to work together to make San Francisco a better city I already have a lot of those meetings had productive meetings including with folks who were really opposed to my campaign I'm excited to work with their breed I'm excited to work with the board of supervisors I had a really productive lunch with the chief of police and some of his command staff we have a shared commitment to San Francisco we may disagree at times about what the best response to a particular problem is but we already have a tremendous amount that we can do together and I'm excited to get started I noticed that the criticism though wasn't about your ideas as much as much as it was about they they we just can't implement them and I thought well that's the wrong attitude right I mean that bail obviously homelessness as we talk about this all the time we don't we don't see people sleeping right here on Broadway out there and and and defecating and all that but the the answer is is a broader much it's it's not it's not a mile it's it's a hundred miles well yeah and it's also convincing not just the bureaucracies everywhere but I mean how do you get the both you know the rich and the natives San Franciscans who won San Francisco to maintain some of that you know charm that I'm sorry is going to change it's going to be constantly changing it's getting people who admit that there's a homeless problem but are fighting against navigation center I mean how do you get people to put their own self interests aside for the greater good that I feel like is the biggest problem the city has there's so many rich people the one problem solved they don't want to be inconvenienced at all you're too often in politics boils down to the compromising on things we know are possible and for me it's really the art of helping make possible tomorrow what we can't imagine today and that's where the solutions have to come from you know it in five years ago nobody could imagine ending money bill here we are now after a tremendous amount of hard work that I've been involved in many others have been involved in and and were just around the corner in San Francisco just days away from ending money bell and I think that's an exciting opportunity and sings sample of what we can do with creativity with hard work with team work with innovation issues around homelessness around mental health crisis.
"sam cisco" Discussed on KCBS All News
"CBS news time for forty five checking on sports talking forty Niners years victors era goes up the Seattle Seahawks will host the San Francisco forty Niners in the final game of the NFL regular season on Sunday night the winner will claim the NFC west title Sam Cisco will have the number one seed in the NFC playoffs and home field advantage if they win Seattle will be at least the third seed and host a playoff game if they win now the loser will be the number fifth seed and travel to the NFC east champion on the opening weekend of the post season either the Philadelphia Eagles or the Dallas Cowboys now the forty Niners tied in George kill was asked what does coach Shanahan do so well to prepare you guys George puts guys and like the position to succeed in whatever at in the run game on blocks he's not gonna want me up against a nine technique and expect me to try to reach on yes tricks and you know little tools to get me to make a block easier on he does that for everybody whether to route whether to block a fake key you just put guys in positions to succeed that's when you see good football and how does he feel about his quarterback Jimmy garage below it's just so easy form that you know whenever he talks everyone listens to him so that he's got that that's easy and some that I do I try to keep things in a little bit lighter and you know no I'm serious and I need to be but when guys are having fun footballs way more easy it's it's just so much easier you don't think about everything you just about the ball come to you make the right moves you blocked right guys just easy and you're kind of in the zone so trade you that no Jimmy keep us locked and it's just kind of good bounce we have going for us tied in George kit on our sister station ninety five seven the game niner Seahawks kick off at five twenty on Sunday night football at the.
San Francisco 49ers return to form to see off Green Bay Packers
"Were a lot of interest last night's Packers game Sunday night football they faced off with when the best teams in the NFC the forty Niners in the bay area is a plus by camel you're all that's great pop with the call Niners radio Greg Papa proud of Syracuse University Ella had a class or two with the fellow you're hearing speak right now this guy yeah Sam Cisco jumped out to a he doesn't know is let's be clear about that I San Francisco jumped out to a twenty three nothing lead at the half and poured it on in the third quarter there's a Rapala that's taken both laughing as Richard James junior there George Kiddle rambling in from sixty one yards with this game away for the Niners moved to ten and one of the year who saw that coming by the way and in one of those actors go forty Niners are thirty seven eight the final Green Bay getting stomped which left their fans heartbroken Green Bay now tied with the Vikings at eight and three atop the NFC north the Vikings host the Packers on December twenty
"sam cisco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Of road game in Cincinnati and the guys for saving tickets stubs. and there is a restaurant in Cincinnati on the river I don't remember the name of it probably Montgomery in river something right but and it was that use a farewell to all the travelling people and in part of the the front office flew to Cincinnati to say goodbye basically. and it was supposed to be like this. farewell function you know happier it was the saddest thing I've ever been in. it was awful it was a funeral in to think to do then we had to come home and and I think we ended up at all in that was even worse because that's it you're out the door bus from our standpoint broadcaster standpoint. we weren't going to temple one guy was in green wall because he had years left on his contract so we had to go and find jobs right and you just started. so you know you're like well. I got one for a couple years that I can go to maybe Philly they know me there in Chicago so so that's where I'm going to start I end up. except in a rude the Rockies job only to have the team state. kill myself you know I love Denver right well yeah but so anyway I know you're going to this it didn't happen and we honor to guide to date that was largely part of the fact that it didn't happen other bonds is great when he K. spoke today goes temple really. we're going to go to temple we were headed will bonds you know he's a kid raised up in Sam Cisco is dead played with the giants and for him to have this team go anywhere else it it really was upsetting to him I never even thought about all about two years later when he was telling a story when a dinner but the bottom line is. down and in our group of of investors kept this team here in the in the dream didn't stop there once the giants were again anchored Sam Cisco he began talking about plans for a ball park a new home that would be a downtown home and we all thought Williams okay good luck with that I know there's gonna happen we'd seen five initiative shut down and just one step at a time he just kept stepping towards the goal that he envisioned that he dreamed about and then in two thousand in two thousand they open the doors to what we think is the most beautiful most spectacular ballpark ever built and today. he became the very first non player to be enshrined on the giants wall of fame and it was fitting because it was he the build that wall it was he and you know what it was it was a great energetic crowd lot of the players were there his family is there it was great and no you missed so many things going on this weekend and everything is centered around Bruce bocce in the last his last weekend but this fit right in. because. it's it. can be about one guy today and that's who should be about Janice is completed the twentieth season here in this ballpark and just think about all of the memories that this ballpark is given us and what they promised to give us in the future Peter from all of us one more time thank you thank you screw cap.
Wells Fargo chooses BNY Mellon's Scharf as third CEO in three years
"All right. Wells Fargo they finally got a new boss is a long time coming it is been friends of mine and we know that to be true for Hannah Levitt she's finance reporter tracking the company for Bloomberg she's in a Bloomberg interactive record studio very fortunate to get some time with you today because it's been a busy one to break it all down Charlie Scharf getting the nod a big paycheck break this down for us what we had and we finally get to this guy to leave the company hi so thanks for having me the day has come is it true that from what I understand that for months she would wake up and you're like god I wonder who's going to run she was calling source waking up in color and I have a dream that there's someone I'd like a Sunday I have a dream it's Tuesday Monday I have a thing that's Tuesday you woke up you like a like a like my whole ache yes so the day has come six month is actually one day short of six months wow it's kind of funny yeah but so Charlie Scharf who has most recently been running BNY Mellon your New York is taking the top job over at Wells Fargo it's the it's the outside higher that it you know and people were listing sharp as a dream candidate from. even the time before former CEO Tim some step down so it's definitely when you know someone said to me during the process the stock's gonna move five up five percentage points either way and it's it's right now up more than four percent so I think that the market clearly likes the idea first choice for wells you know it it he definitely was among the top people who were of any doing the job from New York which is definitely really interesting because wells Fargo's not based in New York right good about what. yeah sorry but not only not based in New York but they have substantial offices in other cities yes their big you know they're they're based in San Francisco they have there what I would what I refer to as H. U. two in Charlotte where they actually have more employees there than they do in Sam Cisco that's a holdover from my copay which they bought during the crisis and there's a few tubs and like the morning and it's all over the country yeah Phoenix they have a big presence as well I was talking to a former Wells guy this morning and sort of breaking down this idea of New York in a we don't have to dwell forever on it but it does feel notable enemy I think city even put out a note essentially saying this is gonna wear yeah well it for for sharp specifically it's definitely a big issue he was running these on the west coast and he came back to New York and part of the caucus you know at the. the huge part the calculus there was being in New York right from where he lived for his family lived at cetera so you know that could have been the thing for him that they needed to just okay and and if you're the Wells Fargo CEO you really are traveling all over the country all the places we just mentioned so there's a certain element of of that but I do wonder about because. a big part of this Wells Fargo story is. the culture that has existed for a long time at this company Tim Sloan who had been a Wells Fargo right there for a long time when he was named CEO are there a lot of questions that is this what we need you know to kind of bring Wells Fargo around it can it be an inside guy doesn't need to be somebody from the outside so I do wonder what kind of message that sends to employees at home base and the headquarters when you kind of have your CEO not right they bring in New Yorker CEO yeah that's a good question that's definitely something that I'll still be paying attention to as it unfolds he starts he doesn't start until October twenty first so we have a little bit short of a month until you actually get started but that'll definitely be something that I'm keeping an eye on so remind us why this was probably a pretty tough job to fill he's got a full plate for sure when he starts from what you can tell from talking to people what's the number one thing he has to solve out of the gate so the number one thing would be the regulatory issues for sure in Wells Fargo has had a ton of regulatory problems in the past three years after the fake accounts scandal erupted in twenty sixteen and then you know that led to the CEO at the time down some stepping down and then you know two and a half years later CEO Tim Sloan stepped down and they have fourteen outstanding consent orders which is a lot with various regulators they have an asset cap so they actually can't grow up beyond their size at the end of twenty seventeen the fed has that one in place and you know it's been such a problem that the see see the office of the comptroller currency had veto power over this appointment so it's really also mostly an actual crisis stuff right yeah I know the approval what I do wonder too is how much does sort of have to clean house and I know that they've been bringing in executives a lot of them from JP Morgan yeah. I wonder how much of that has to be a part of it we can expect that going forward yeah they really been going for that that JP Morgan Jamie Dimon dust so even you know what server top the bank they've they've gone even further in that direction but you know it's interesting Betsy do because the chair of the board said today on the call and and executives that wasn't in things throughout that a lot of the changes that they felt have been made have been the changes the correction just to make and they they made progress but you know surf is going to come in and he hasn't worked at the company for the past three years in the past thirty years like a lot of executives who are there so he'll have his own ideas about. to what extent they clean house and and what's left to do so that will also be the point watch thirty second thought how much discipline minister across Wall Street that there was a chance to have finally a woman read leading a money center bank and didn't happen another date yeah I mean that's that's also something of high interest rates like Wells Fargo has this rare opportunity where they can go out to market and and get anyone and and it's another white male just like as we saw boil over to Congress but you did a lot of reporting basically that said there are a number of women who were at least interviewed for this job and maybe even offered it yes I would not go so far as to say offered it but interview but that yeah that they were definitely in that was for sure priority you know for them and for people in on on all sides of this that is definitely something of interest but I think you know when you when you get someone like Charlie yeah it's like you go Charlie right he's a series banker that's for sure well he's got a full plate as we set him eleven finance reporter for Bloomberg they last so much talent at all they're still there and it makes me a little
"sam cisco" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"What people are looking for in a sense again there's a new staff but for the most part you know most of the things that people are looking for you know those things that you can control and you know as we as we gotta do move forward talk about the new staff I mean yeah you got through a lot of changes this whole team going through a lot of changes what's the difference between this year and last year going into the first preseason game as a completely different thing you know as far as last year that's you know that's in the past this year I know it's gonna be a great year I love everything that we're doing personally offensively with the scheme I love it was a big fan of what Sam Cisco doing their offense last year with questioning around over there and and we've brought that here and put our own little touch on it so I really like where it's headed and I'm excited for that do you get a little bit of envy watching other teams in the offenses that they run sometimes like last year you're seeing what the Niners are doing you're going and I can't run that we should be doing that do you get a little bit of that anyway no I mean you you see guys succeed you you know you can relate your personal skill set to someone over there and you know you try to sell like you know that you know I'd be good running this router this route and you know versus this route not then you know you've been a receiver you want your car so you wanna be able to do everything but you definitely have a skill set and I think those are the things you just naturally pick up on one watching people you sail in only a Randy mosses ever from Jerry rice because of this reason so you know you watch those things last thing is a big game just because it's the very first game as a whole fame game to a lot of people are watching what does that mean to you guys that you can get to showcase a little bit of of the new Broncos issue I love it I think it's awesome personally fifth preseason game is is great for somebody in my position I know you have one extra week to showcase your talents and I for it to be at the hall of fame and be the first came on the NFL you know there's going to be a lot of people watch and I damn this is gonna be awesome it's some you dream of yeah we got lucky this year we got the strong so some other people might not feel the same way but I'm happy because you know we get that fifth game stay.
"sam cisco" Discussed on KGO 810
"You hear on the door with you on KGO and you're here on KGO dance party by the phone number eighty eighty eight ten and we're talking about wild social engineering that's what Sam Cisco trying to do they want to charge you twenty five cents a bag instead of ten cents a bag I say make it a dollar bag you want to work to get five dollars a bag no one will ever forget they're back where's your back you're looking at it hi does take some cost I thank you again in advance FOR calling Bob in Union City you agree right raise the price on the bags how high you know so and so I do the first comment is that it depends on where you got your bad because if you've got your bag at whole foods a box sounds reasonable you're back safe way everyone knows the handle will fall apart before you get to your car so that one should be like half price that's funny I don't know anyone that goes shopping with six reusable bags and I don't usually feel the shopping cart but for people that do you're going to need an exception here's another here's an environmental idea just have six kids and having coming to carry it so just start planning now have lots of children to do the work in a damn I'm smart to live in that environment at home yeah that's true and then I got to see them live doesn't work thanks bye appreciate call all my consent as a what's the magic price you think for a bag my car well I use a bag long time ago I know that I see do you use your motorcycle bags I saw on the side how do you get it out tomorrow okay.
"sam cisco" Discussed on Recode Decode
"Morals tomato moral pustule on American society, and the local society, although the city Sam Cisco was trying it's done a lot. It's penalty of money on homelessness, and it's a really hard issue. It's not a simple and people sometimes treated as simple, but mostly you need more money, and that would do a lot. And now, we have prop and that's going to help. But we need even more. You know, you have to remember that for fifty years we've abandoned money for public housing at the federal Dave. Dave, right care. You know, when I was I'll just I have to say this when I was a kid growing up nineteen fifties and sixties. There was no such thing as homelessness. My parents would talk about hobos and bums of the nineteen twenties and thirties, especially the depression had all these guys riding the rails on because NASA unemployment, well, what do we have? Now all came back with the Neo liberals and the cotton public public spending public programs the loss of low income housing. We squeezed them out and had an earthquake or two that can help. And then we go, oh, gosh, we have all these homeless people. Well, you're doesn't have to be that way. Because it wasn't that way point. Right, right. So let's talk about before we get to the next is about solutions when you say, you say pictures of a gone city tech and the dark side of prosperity. What do you mean by gone? Oh, it's taken from a poem by Lawrence Furling. Daddy back. Back written a nine hundred fifty one that I just love. I've always loved that always wanted to use that name. What do you meet nyc on well gone is obviously slang for a city. That's disappearing, but it's also gone in the fifties also slang on that's really gone. Tune man. So it could be both good and bad. And I think what I'm trying to capturing this book is the good and the bad, and I often sound kind of like a siren or negatively here. Keep a wanna hear the reasons for a lot of the problems they're experiencing because they look around them, and they go what the heck is going on here. And I try to explain that in a logical rational empirical defended way, and so on at the same time one of the purposes of the book was to tell people in the bay and people beyond how important this places a lot of people don't realize. You know, they don't realize how big it is. If they live in San Francisco, the hell Silicon Valley that's halfway Los Angeles, isn't it and the central valley, nobody here thinks about that at all. And yet it's part of the bay area's a hole in. This is the fourth biggest city in country. It is the richest city per capita in the world. This is unbelievable measure of success. We grew in this boom by about fifty percent of GDP. I mean, that's a stunt in astonishing people go on oh, China growth know, where the China the two thousand ten the Beijing of the two thousand no wonder it looks like we're being turned topsy turvy. So people need to issue. How important how successful how wealthy places same time? What problems rapid growth in wealth and inequality that solutions in the next section. We're here take another break. Now Beckwith with Richard Walker. He's a professor emeritus at UC Berkeley. His most recent book is called. Pictures of a gone city tech in the dark side of prosperity in the San.
"sam cisco" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And pulls out some of our other interviews so we can connect all these all these generations and all these decades of baseball but we're joined by henry showman who he loved to talk to henry of course covers the giants for the sam cisco chronicle down in la henry how are you i'm really good i was just thinking of twitter hadn't been around in nineteen sixty three after that game nobody would mention marshawn spinal warm as for hitting the home run to win it all they'd be talking about is how the giants were shut out for fifteen innings and what the hell they're going to do about it they probably would've said what's what's up with in the third inning when marriage show is losing four to two they probably would have been going nuts on twitter get get them out get someone else in and of course in those days you would weather the storm and he gave up three hits the rest of the way henry you love twitter we love following you on twitter at hank showman you have fun with twitter you really do i i really you have to because i mean twitter is just sort of like a maelstrom of negativity and like it it's the worst of humanity that comes out you know and you can't really take it seriously you have to have fun with it and i mean there's there's some good things on twitter and there's some nice people on twitter they just don't tweet a lot it's all the people who are already a assume that the giants are going to be the worst hitting team in baseball again just based on what happened in three games and and all that sort of stuff so you know i just i just try and be like artists sometimes people don't get it sometimes people think i'm serious and like like the other night i i made a sarcastic comment about al hey they you know they started this new thing where they play that source lick from beethoven's fifth every time there's a strike out what a novel idea that's never been done before of course they've been doing it here forever and pizza people were correcting me going all ono they've been doing this forever i just laugh at that.