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Is Drew Brees no longer the elite quarterback of the past
"Think it's time to sound the alarms on drew brees who was uncharacteristically erratic with his accuracy yesterday on top of of the week one game where he couldn't move the ball it's definitely too bad back to back weeks for drew brees. But I think this week them not having Michael Thomas out there I mean Alvin Kamara he's still look good but obviously, they need more than just him. He can't just be the Alvin Kamara show out there. So drew brees I. Think. Yeah. You have to be a little concerned at this that we're not seeing what we should be seeing out of him because Derek Carr put up the numbers that drew brees should have last night. It's another game where you know you look at breeze his average depth target is just over five yards, the vast majority, and this was obviously true with Michael Thomas to the vast majority of yardage that he's gaining is coming after the catch it's a different type of quarterback that they have to play around. Like Luke are my son, it became a saints fan a year ago, and my concern was like, well, you kind of jumped on this one a little late in the game had you been born earlier that might have been more profitable for you but he asked last night like is drew brees look so sad and I thought like like on a micro right like on a micro level it's because you're losing to the raiders on Monday night football and you're frustrated but like on a Matra level like the something in the is a breeze. Through me down the stretch like you can kind of get in the is well, you've seen this with Peyton manning to like in that last year and. First of all small sample size. Let's see what happens the true breeze but there are concerning distressing signals out there were seen it on the field and I thought that there was a look in the eyes of drew brees last night that sort of new something's changed here. It's not the end, but something's changed and heap maybe shares a little bit of the concern that we share because he had. You did and he. Does face. It makes me think about retirement. Remember he almost consider retirement. And players always say like once you think about it you're you're already you're already there. What did you see colleen last night? No. The same thing that's US did there was one shot in particular of through breezes face that he just you could see it was written all over his face. It was just pure dejection I. Guess to like He. He looked so sad in the moment time for that Viking funeral just put him on the wooden rafts now and push them out into the Gulf of Mexico start firing those arrows Taylor swift. They've got Winston. I Love Patras tweet where he said, we're like four weeks away from breeze coming down with a mysterious injury and Winston getting a little bit of a test drive. I mean listen that would be wild and I. Think our boy that boy wolf the number one saints fan on. Twitter pointed out that Winston had killer training camp, and and you know we also have, of course chastened Tatum Hill the twenty one, million dollar man who really has not been involved the offense too much through two weeks. Sean Payton is a guy that is if they continue to struggle you imagine it's going to be hard for him not to think about mixing things up or perhaps making a big change, but it still thinks I still feels a little premature especially the Michael Thomas. Out. Emmanuel Sanders had had a bad game yesterday. He's obviously not his straight he's in the. Chakwal Smith. IS THEIR NUMBER ONE RECEIVER So a lot of the states have a lot of work to do both in strategy and play and discipline. And now they got the packers. So that's going to be a games. Look forward to
NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders is the new head football coach at Jackson State
"Has A new head football coach. Deon Sanders is that you don't understand. The prayers that has made diesel tears as a covenant through this journey is in tears of satisfaction. Mr President. These are tears of joy. National days. Interior justice Establish how proud I am to stand before my people. I said stand before.
Trump holds campaign rally in Nevada
"The campaign trail this weekend. Trump Drew Trump Rally drew thousands to Minden, Nevada last night despite a ban on large gatherings there, the president said a new poll shows he's doing well among Latino voters and touted his support of border agents are incredible. People more than half of whom happened to be Hispanic Americans. Did you know that? I know all of them. Jose? How you doing, Juan? How you doing? Everyone's like every six type in, say Hello, Jim. How you Show bite in courting Latino voters as well. Demographic he struggled with on a bee sees this week this morning, Joe Biden, senior campaign adviser, Simone Sanders told host George Stephanopoulos. The biting campaign is working on that You saw Senator Harris out in Florida just this past week. She also did virtual events in Arizona Vice President Biden himself will be traveling to Florida next week, and we'll be doing virtual events and interviews. Because we're committed to join the work. We have made a historic investment and our Latino and Hispanic paid media program more than any presidential candidate ever. Unless we forget who
Biden senior adviser says campaign has 'work to do' with Latino voters
"Indicate Joe Biden might have have to to make make up up ground ground to to shore shore up up support support among among Latino Latino voters voters senior senior Biden Biden advisor advisor Simone Simone Sanders Sanders on on ABC ABC ease ease this this week. week. We We know know that that we we have have work work to to do do and and we we have have said said from from the the beginning. Vice President Biden has been very clear about this, as has Senator Harris that we're really working, earn every single vote in this country and we want to earn the votes. Of the little Hispanic community. On the same broadcast, Trump advisor Jason Miller tried to recast the president's plea to supporters to vote twice. The president is not telling people to vote twice. What you're saying is vote vote early, whether it be by absentee, whether it be early voting that's in person and then make sure that your vote is counted either call or show up to the register. The latest CBS News battleground tracker has Biden ahead in Arizona President Trump leading in Minnesota. A lock
Miami-Dade, Broward To Move Into Phase 2 Reopening On Monday
"Florida will join the rest of the state and graduating to phase two of pandemic restriction. Thanks to a downward trajectory Governor Rhonda Sanders announces Broward and Miami Dade will interface do of reopening Monday. Today, the reported positive rate for diagnostic test was 4.887%. This was in the twenties in July and so They've had huge decreases. This clears the way for schools to reopen for face to face Learning. Superintendent Alberto Carvalho says he will hold a special meeting next week to discuss an exact date. Broward superintendent's holding a workshop to discuss the date September 22nd wind schools reopen, parents will still have the option to keep their kids at home and continue with virtual learning.
Former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders talks about new memoir and Woodward book
"Sanders is a former White House press secretary. Newly released book is entitled speaking for myself. Faith Freedom. And the fine of our lives Since of the Trump White House. You can fell around Twitter at Sarah. How could be good? Marty said. Good to talk to you. Good morning. Thank you for having me. Yeah. Sarah, tell me what's the one thing you want is to know based on the book about this president that either of supporters and detractors do not know. Well, I think the biggest takeaway there have been a lot of books written about the president and about the Trump Administration and after 2.5 year, spending nearly every single day of those 2.5 years with the president, I wanted people to see the president that I got to know the Donald Trump that gets up every day fighting for our country and that really loves America and wants to see it succeed and be at its very best. And I tried to write stories and moments that highlight that that show a different side of this president, sometimes a softer side, the compassionate and generous side that I had the privilege of seeing every day. There. We had Jonathan Karl on that that long ago here on the farm. I think they believe he had written a book as well. And he talked glowingly about the president out spine of the relationship inside that White House press room, but Is this common with the president and in some of his detractors I think they're certainly always been tension that exists between the press corps in the White House staff and the president specifically, But it has ratcheted up in this administration, the amount of negative attacks and the tension between the press and the White House is higher than it's ever been. But there are certainly I think plenty of good moment to and there are good reporters out there that are trying hard to get good information to the American people. Unfortunately, they're usually overshadowed by the loud Most people in the room her looking to be more of the story, then to report the story and that became too common in this White House and in this presidency. Speaking with Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former White House pressing, sir, of course in the recent released a brand new book entitled Speaking for myself, Faith, Freedom in the Fight for Our Lives Inside the Trump White House, Sarah the Woodward book. I think one big question that a lot of the present supporters have is this. Why did he give him such Accessibility. I think that after Woodward's first book about the president that was so negative, the president was hopeful that if he injected his own voice into the story, he could change the narrative. Unfortunately, Bob Woodward's been writing books about presidents for a long time, and very few have ever been positive. So I'm not sure that he was going to be able to change anything. He has. Woodward has a formula. He sticks to it, and he sells books and has done very well in doing that. I don't think I would have advised the president to spend that much time with him. But one of the things I find refreshing about this president if he isn't afraid to take questions from reporters, he does that almost every single day whether it's in the Oval Office, the briefing room or the South Lawn of the White House, he is accessible in a way that we have never seen a president be in modern history. There was. This has been a lot of criticism of Bob Woodward if he believed he had information and the president on tape. Of things that the president claim one thing in public and a love thing behind closed doors. And it would impact health and well being of the United States and its citizens. He had an obligation to report that did he not. Absolutely. He would have had a moral obligation to do that. That's why I don't think he felt that anyone was actually in danger as if he was more focused on selling books. Look, Let's not forget the president started talking about the Corona virus in January In his state of the Union address, he took early actions banning travel from China at the same time that Democrats like Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi were attacking the president for taking that action. I think the president has really tried to do everything he could to keep the country calm, not collapse our economy completely while protecting lives and protecting livelihood. Having said that, did he lie? That's that's the sexism by his critics. But I don't think so. I think the president again he didn't want to create panic. I think we saw the similar rhetoric come from both from Joe Biden, he said. We don't want hysteria. We don't want people to panic. I don't think it is abnormal for the president of the United States for the leader of our country to want to keep our country calm and to keep people focused on defeating Disease and keep park economy from completely collapsing. I don't think that that is is wrong for the president to try Todo. The name of the book is speaking for myself. Faith freedom of the fight for our lives Inside the Trump. White House By Sarah Huckabee. Sanders. Sara. Thanks best look to the book to you as well, Thank you so much. I appreciate it.
NIH Director Dr. Collins and Surgeon General Dr. Adams Testify on Vaccines
"Well, it's a big concern. Can a vaccine for the Corona virus be developed at record speed and still be safe? While medical experts are telling lawmakers, science will prevail over politics? As we hear from W. GOP's Mitchell Miller today on the Hill, Senator Bernie Sanders pressed the experts during the Senate Health Committee hearing, noting President Trump has suggested a vaccine could come before Election Day. You enjoying me and many others in telling the president of the United States to get out of science and let the scientists do their job and I h director Francis Collins. I can't say strongly enough that the decisions about how this vaccine is going to be evaluated. Incest is going to be based on science. Collins did not. Commit to a specific timeline for the vaccines. Approval. I do have cautious optimism that by the end of 2020, at least one of these vaccines will have emerged and turned out to be safe and effective. But even that is a guess. On Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller. W T o p.
Earthquake strikes New Jersey, shaking reported across state
"A rare occurrence in New Jersey early Wednesday morning an earthquake the magnitude three point one earthquake struck in east revealed on social media people said they felt it as far out of status Philadelphia New York Long Island and Westchester which U. S. Geological Survey geophysicist Robert Sanders says is likely designed curriculum with anywhere in that sixty to a hundred mile range is most likely valid for this event having been stopped the quake hit at two AM and he expects little damages be very surprising for us to see anything more than you know damage shelves or or you know picture frames falling off of windows any sort of structural damage or significant bodily injury uses is not likely not very common for a for a magnitude three point one Sanders says expects smaller after shocks the last time this part of New Jersey had a magnitude three or higher earthquake was in nineteen ninety two he says before that it was seventy nine I'm Julie Walker
Reporter Jeffrey Goldberg Addresses Trump’s “Loser” Remarks, Talks Using Anonymous Sources
"It has been a rough Labor Day weekend and the trump. White House where officials are absolutely full out freaking out about Thursday. Night's report in the Atlantic that trump had characterized Americans who died in war losers and suckers trump has spent the past four days repeatedly nine the story marshalling all kinds of people to. Come forward to knock it down he insisted today the quote an animal would say thing that the White House trotted out figures like Sarah Sanders who we know is lied to reporters multiple times to claim the report isn't true because they were there when trump didn't say the terrible things he allegedly said take they're hoping you don't think about that formulation too much. The main problem for the White House here is that the evidence supporting the story is pretty obvious and clear and almost overwhelming to anyone not inside the trump reality distortion bubble. The Atlantic's Jeffrey Goldberg reported that trump cancelled a visit to an American military cemetery near Paris back in two thousand eighteen partially because he worried his hair would become disheveled in the rain and partially because he did not respect the American war dead interred there. In a conversation with senior staff members on the morning of the schedule visit trump said, why should I go to that cemetery? It's filled with losers in a separate conversation on the same trip trump preferred to the more than eighteen hundred marines who lost their lives at Bellawood as suckers for getting killed. Now, the sources in the story are anonymous you know anonymous sources are not as. Good. As name sources when you're evaluating something, but it doesn't mean that the claims came in on some anonymous tip line that no one knows where they came from. It means a reporter in this case, Jeffrey Goldberg spoke to people directly interviewed them and has agreed not to identify them in the story Jeffrey. Goldberg, will be here with me to talk about that in just a moment. His initial story has now been confirmed in part or in its entirety by reporters at. All okay. Remarkably a correspondent at Fox News included in that lineup whom trump promptly called on the network to fire. Some of those corroborating stories included even more damning details about the president like this one from the Washington Post quote the president told senior advisors that he didn't understand why the US government plays such value on finding soldiers missing in action because they had performed poorly and gotten caught and deserve what they got and this from the New York Times people familiar Mr Trump's private conversations saying he has long scorned those who served in Vietnam as being too dumb to have gotten out of it as he did through medical diagnosis of bone spurs in his heels. Back in two thousand, nineteen trump's former lawyer and fixer Michael Cohen testified the trump admitted to faking those bonds first telling cone quote you think I'm stupid I wasn't going to Vietnam. There's even more evidence that trump view soldiers at stupid or suckers Mary trump the president's knees wrote in a recent book that trump and threatened to disown his eldest son if don Jr. joined the military. She also says that her own Father Fred trump junior was mocked by donald trump because he fred trump junior decided to join the US air. National. Guard quote my father was frequently ridiculed for his career choices and disparaged for serving our country by both his father and by his brother Donald. Then, there's the fact that pretty much none of trump's top military officials past and present are backing the president up. I mean you really can't find anyone who's stepping forward to defend his character save he would never say anything like that they aren't disputing the story instead that's been left talking heads and former flax and loyalists. That's maybe not a huge surprise because trump allegedly said about all US servicemembers, hues very closely to what he said back in two thousand fifteen about one particular veteran Senator John McCain. War here or euro he's a war hero years he's a war hero presumes captured. I like people that weren't captured. Okay I hate to. John. McCain was prisoner of war in Vietnam for five years host. Donald Trump avoided that war had a different experience in an interview in the nineties. He characterized his efforts to avoid transmitted diseases while sleeping with numerous women as quote, my personal Vietnam. An. Event with Union members today Joe Biden lambasted the president's comments an invoked zone Sun Beau who served in Iraq and then died from a brain tumor in two thousand fifteen. Those of served. Risk, their lives even gave their lives, our nation losers suckers. He's our heroes. Tell you something. My Bowl wasn't loser. For A sucker if that's I, talk about our veterans, you have no business being president of the United States of America. What's being entered into the record here to take a step back and look at all the evidence about Donald Trump. Shocking. Morally offensive. It's not surprising. It's about what we have come to expect. But. One big question that keeps pulling on my shoulders. Why are we learning about this now? What does it mean that we are? For more on that and the fallout from his incredible reporting joined by Jeffrey Goldberg He's the Editor in chief of the Atlantic and I jeff, maybe I start a little bit with. The reaction to this story from the White House you. There are stories that come out all the time about the president that are fairly scandalous incredibly scandalous. And one time they said it's fake news and they swatted away or the new cycle moved on, they do seem particularly freaked out. About this reporting. An particularly intent on attacking it what what is your sort of reading of the last three or four days of their reaction? Well he's a good question. First thing I would say is that. This is not an attack on these are not reports of an attack on site immigrants or black people or or something like that we expect from Donald Trump and something that his base might actually help him with his base. This could hurt him with his with his base You know the the the second thing is I. Think there's a lot of. Nervousness in the White House and again I won't I'm not commenting on anything having to do with my sourcing or other reporter's saw sourcing Fox. Washington Post whatever. I'm you know there's a there's a deep hostility and mistrust in the White House of. Current and former generals people who lead the military. We saw that today Donald Trump did something that I. I've never seen before he attacked his own a service chiefs. He attacked his own leaders of the Armed Forces on call? Them. I mean, even in the even in this sort of an Tasma, we are twenty twenty race that's still something but I think it has to do with the fact that This is the kind of accusation that sounds believable in also goes directly to. A core constituency that Donald trump obviously needs to Keep energized come November. Yeah we we should note that there's there's been polling of of active duty servicemembers in which he's he's underwater with them There's been an interesting sort of officer enlisted split, but he's been losing ground even with a enlisted members. He's gone for a net positive nine points and Net net net negative twelve points. You can see that there. That's the latest military times pulling. You just mentioned what he said today was pretty remarkable. Briefly, sort of like channeling kind of like left anti-imperialism vis-a-vis his own service chiefs although it's completely like made up and fabricated because he. In the next breath, he's constantly bragging about how big the Pentagon budget is and how Raytheon is making off like a bandit. So but I wanNA play that clip just to get your response to it take a listen to what he said. I'm not saying that military in love with me to soldiers are the top people in the Pentagon probably aren't because they want to do nothing but fight wars so that all of those wonderful companies that make the bombs and make the planes and everything else they. Happy. But we're getting out of the endless wars you know how we're doing. But here's the thing Jeff. They're not this drives me insane the where we have expanded our footprint, we've expanded bombings all the theaters, and this is an absolute con-. This idea that the Great Antiwar Donald Trump has some revolt on his hands on the generals. As, you will know the generals are usually more hesitant to go to war than not usually often more has to go to war than than civilian leaders for some obvious reasons. No, this was remarkable i. mean he sort of channeling. Start Sixty Bob Dylan lyrics here I pointed out on a show media today it's It's quite remarkable given that tomorrow there's a pretty good chance that he'll brag about how much money he's spending on military hardware, and of course, as you know, he's deeply transactional in love it when when foreign countries by our military equipment. So if you're looking for consistency in that particular clip, you're you're looking forward it in the wrong place it doesn't make sense in any kind of traditional understanding of of politics.
Metro Atlanta Chamber of Commerce: Stay small, stay safe this holiday weekend
"Atlanta Chamber of Commerce as a warning this Labour day weekend wfsb Sandra Paris Paris reports. reports. It's It's about about the the size. size. Of Of holiday holiday gathering. gathering. Stay Stay small small Stay Stay safe. safe. That's That's the the message message by by the the mentor mentor chamber chamber to to hopefully hopefully avoid avoid another another uptick uptick and and positive positive Corona Corona virus cases After this weekend, I've seen a spike after every major holiday. So yes, we are very nervous about this Monday. Coming cab District Health director Dr Sander Ford says. You should keep gatherings under 10 and still practice safety measures. Like wearing mask washing hands frequently and staying 6 FT. Apart. It doesn't mean you can't gather. It just means you need to be thoughtful about how you get Sandra Parish 95.5 double US speak
Anthony Scaramucci bragged about the first time he took 'a huge s---' in the White House, according to Sarah Sanders' new book
"Is part of Sanders. Upcoming Book and Axios, Jonathan Swan, big name and political reporting. Axios got an excerpt from Sarah Sanders book and tweeted it out. And this is it while we were in the staff vans and route to the jamboree. This is a Boy Scout jamboree that Trump spoke out. Remember? While we were in the staff vans and round to the jamboree, Mooch announced. I'm proud to report I crossed a major item off my bucket list today. I assumed that he would say something like riding on Air Force One, but instead much said that he had taken Aah! Huge Blank. In the West Wing. The rest of us in the van. Sat there speechless as the what was that? Yeah, I guess I could use a sound effect. Yeah, yeah. Or you know Yeah, there it is of they sat there speechless. As the mooch proudly told us. They didn't immediately call this son afterward to share the big news. That's gross. That's flat out. That's pretty disgusting. So to West Wing and White House toilet stories now within just a couple of weeks,
Trump Denies Calling Fallen Soldiers ‘Losers’ and ‘Suckers’
"Trump is strongly denying reporting in the Atlantic that said the president allegedly made disparaging comments against fallen soldiers, especially since I think that anybody help military ABC News White House correspondent Karen Travers is with us, Karen This is an unusually vehement denial fromthe White House, isn't it? Yes, it is. And I was there last night at joint base. Andrews when the president came back in Pennsylvania at that rally there, and he came off the plane and literally like marched over to us. It was dark. There is a loud noise from the plane ended on the president spoke for about seven minutes to take any questions. He just ranted about this piece in the Atlantic. He was fired up, and he emphatically denied these explosive allegations that he made disparaging remarks. Stop falling soldier. He said he'd be willing to swear on anything that never said about our fallen heroes, he said. There's nobody that respects the more. The White House was very quick last night after the peace broke to say this was not true, several officials who were on the trip with the president Clued in the former press secretary Sarah Sanders saying she was there that did not happen. But, you know, I think now there could be some pressure for whoever the source is. Work. Go public. You know, I think the White House is a valid point that this is this is going to only be anonymous sources saying this they feel this smear campaign against the president. For those who haven't heard Karen. What are the allegations specifically? Yeah. The allegations that piece in the Atlantic say that the president called Americans who died during war, losers and suckers that he stepped away from doing a visit to a cemetery for U. S soldiers in France because he didn't think it was important to go there. There are four people in the article that say they have firsthand knowledge of this, but they're not me. I should also note. We have not confirmed the details from the Atlantic and there was a piece I believe in The Washington post later. Or the that said that they had confirmed some of these things. There's also a lot about in the Manning case about the president speaking ill of John McCain before in public that isn't necessarily something new. But president last night, will even denying that he'd ever called John McCain, a loser he had publicly on DH talks about all he did. Became funeral, even though they disagreed and did not get along. At
Trump explains why he wants Biden drug tested: ‘He is on some kind of enhancement’
"Trump also said on Tuesday night that he believes Joe Biden is on some kind of an enhancement drug based on the perfect former vice president's previous debate performances for president told Fox News is Laura Ingraham that Biden was She's horrible at the Democratic debates, except for the final one when he squared off against Bernie Sanders and I watched by. I watched it in the Bernie debate, and he was normal. Very renewable. That was a different guy. I think he's maybe on some kind of an enhancement, some kind of some kind of drug that he might be taken.
A Kennedy is on the ballot in Massachusetts. Here's why he's not guaranteed a victory.
"And out front up next we're. Just. From one of the most closely watched primaries this year a young Kennedy on the ballot in Massachusetts but can he unseat a seventy four year old incumbent? Because it's about ideas I am the youngest guy. In. This race. Tonight and the fight for twenty twenty a usual dynamic emerging Massachusetts ahead of tomorrow's Democratic Senate primary. The incumbent in his seventies was support from progressives, his challenger young and Kennedy Manu. Raju is out front. The Hiroshima Political Dynasty the grandson of the leap Robert F Kennedy campaigning to serve in the Senate like his famous great uncles and grandfather before him the. Certainly. I think you're doing great job. Hello. The candidate he's right there. For Life Magazine. Thirty nine year old Joe. Kennedy is facing something unexpected. Seventy four year old senator who has been in Congress for almost forty four years. Has Managed to galvanize support of young voters. Ahead of Tuesday's Massachusetts Senate primary I think that a lot of young people that are our age at least. From from our town have been similarly really inspired by Ed Markey polls show Senator Ed Markey as the favourite threatening to make the four term. The first Kennedy to lose a race in Massachusetts unlike other primaries this year were democratic incumbents have been ousted by liberal newcomers. Marquis has managed to turn that dynamic on its head because it's about ideas. I am the youngest guy. In this race Alexandria, it's been murky seizing the mantle of the insurgent, touting his support of liberal causes at the green new deal and endorsement of the progressive firebrand. Alexandria Cossio Cortes such the green new deal that I introduced Alexandria Cossio. Healthcare justice is on the ballot. That's Medicare for all that I next the Bernie. Sanders. When he introduced it yet, it's been Kennedy with the badging of the party establishment leader Speaker Nancy Pelosi Allies have been frustrated that marquee has not been held to account for full record over four decades like his backing of the Iraq war in two thousand and two the NAFTA deal in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three, his position on racial issues like school desegregation dating back to the nineteen seventies progressive willing to look those hurdles that's up to a progressive movement. Out. I think an awful lot of folks in many parts of Massachusetts have a different view of that records and what that means to our communities after going door to door in working class Boston neighbors weekend. Kennedy. Accused Marquis of abandoning the state. He's been less time in the state than anybody else delegation in an interview with CNN Marquis fired back there is. No real record of Congressman Kennedy in his eight years leading on issues of of generational change in Washington Kennedy has waited until late in the campaign to stress that it's his family I. Guess It's a fighting. His blood wants to continue in the Senate tried to be really clear that it's GonNa Balance It's not my father, my grandfather brothers or anybody else and. You vote for me you're going to get now Kennedy does pull off an upset on Tuesday night it could be thanks in part to the fact that he is allies have spent more on television advertising than Markey and his allies roughly two million dollars more. But if he loses what Kennedy will do next still an open question we posed that question to him he didn't want to entertain it and said, he looks forward to running through the finish line and celebrating on Tuesday night.
Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti
"And so in this country and I have a couple of characters coming in and true stars basically Chris. Moody and some don't remember Jay and Crystal Naughty has come up quite be in these podcast interviews I've been doing I think Barry, Magid mentioned him and a your a your friend Larry Rosenberg talked of Christianity quite a bit when we interviewed. So this'll be you know people who listen to this have been sort of encountering Shimon from different perspectives. So I was hoping you would tell us about the first time you met Krishnamurti was what was The first time I drove. By the stories rather charming, a friend of mine. I was living is a bachelor by the beach in a little apartment. In a bag of plastic, excuse me a paper sack ended up on my porch and in it where eight talks by Birdie, at the University of San Diego Nineteen Sixty eight. And a series of. Talks that the Ramdas just given in San Francisco a more or less than oral history of his journey to the east. And not having anything else to do I listen to these tapes over and over again for year, we just hang a little cassette on my bedroom door and listen so listen to. Alternately, between Rob Dawson. Story and then listen to Chris steaks and then I realized that found out that he was alive. And that he was living in, Ohio I for a good part of the year. I didn't even know that Ohio existed. It was two and a half hours north of Los Angeles Long Beach where I was living. So I, drove my though Orange Volkswagen up and sat in the audience and you know just that my first meeting was that was just just like everybody else sitting there going who is this guy? There's something riveting about what he has to say I don't get it. I don't understand in other something compelling. Often. Say IT'S A. Christie. gave me a headache. You know just because there was something oblique about what he was pointing to that I couldn't quite. Grass. So this happened for several years. I came up every year then when he gave his talks in Ohi- in the springtime. And then finally. When I showed up at the Grove where they he speaks or heads spoken throughout his life there in Ohio. Grove's trees there were video cameras read. Krishnamurti was quite shy about having his picture taken and didn't want to be the Sarah Attention. Etc.. For the same reason when I you know Buddha when for several hundred years after his passing, they didn't represent him as a person that represented him as the empty chair or footprints in the sand because for the same reason that didn't WanNa have pictures agents. Saint Saint so I'm a documentary filmmaker background in television. So I I asked the people that actually the woman that gave the announcements. If this was an house production just hired somebody they said, well, they hired somebody from from. Santa Barbara to record talks and I said well, I have some experience Navy I can help. And that led to a conversation. I've met with this woman her name is Evelyn Blau and have learn I became friends and so six months. Later we were playing going to Canada which was. A trip that Krishnamurti was going to visit one of the Sanders, their Canada. So that was my first real meeting one's. Going to his home in. Ohi- a times and then we actually started production of the first film that I did which was called A. Business the challenge of change. And it was the first biographical documentary that was on his life. Elections had just written the first of series of three different biographical books called the years of awakening which kind of exposed very early rather strange. USC early years how he was discovered. In quotes who is e? Etcetera Etcetera. Those books I read maybe twenty years ago those. Roads and. It was quite fascinating at a different time of meeting Krishnamurti than reading is his lectures very. Very different that again, that's the. I just finished writing and the Christian Rate Foundation is going to be publishing a book called. Unconditionally free and this is A. A sweeping history of Krishnamurti's talks from the very beginning, where did you come from? What is the mythology around the story? The all the kinds of things is the ASAKUSA society and then moving forward. What is the Mitra? Why was he had to be the new the next? The next? Buddha. ETC seper. So. Yeah. So that will be coming out in two months. So what was it about? So it seems like you had
Conversations with Samdhong Rinpoche and J. Krishnamurti
"And so in this country and I have a couple of characters coming in and true stars basically Chris. Moody and some don't remember Jay and Crystal Naughty has come up quite be in these podcast interviews I've been doing I think Barry, Magid mentioned him and a your a your friend Larry Rosenberg talked of Christianity quite a bit when we interviewed. So this'll be you know people who listen to this have been sort of encountering Shimon from different perspectives. So I was hoping you would tell us about the first time you met Krishnamurti was what was The first time I drove. By the stories rather charming, a friend of mine. I was living is a bachelor by the beach in a little apartment. In a bag of plastic, excuse me a paper sack ended up on my porch and in it where eight talks by Birdie, at the University of San Diego Nineteen Sixty eight. And a series of. Talks that the Ramdas just given in San Francisco a more or less than oral history of his journey to the east. And not having anything else to do I listen to these tapes over and over again for year, we just hang a little cassette on my bedroom door and listen so listen to. Alternately, between Rob Dawson. Story and then listen to Chris steaks and then I realized that found out that he was alive. And that he was living in, Ohio I for a good part of the year. I didn't even know that Ohio existed. It was two and a half hours north of Los Angeles Long Beach where I was living. So I, drove my though Orange Volkswagen up and sat in the audience and you know just that my first meeting was that was just just like everybody else sitting there going who is this guy? There's something riveting about what he has to say I don't get it. I don't understand in other something compelling. Often. Say IT'S A. Christie. gave me a headache. You know just because there was something oblique about what he was pointing to that I couldn't quite. Grass. So this happened for several years. I came up every year then when he gave his talks in Ohi- in the springtime. And then finally. When I showed up at the Grove where they he speaks or heads spoken throughout his life there in Ohio. Grove's trees there were video cameras read. Krishnamurti was quite shy about having his picture taken and didn't want to be the Sarah Attention. Etc.. For the same reason when I you know Buddha when for several hundred years after his passing, they didn't represent him as a person that represented him as the empty chair or footprints in the sand because for the same reason that didn't WanNa have pictures agents. Saint Saint so I'm a documentary filmmaker background in television. So I I asked the people that actually the woman that gave the announcements. If this was an house production just hired somebody they said, well, they hired somebody from from. Santa Barbara to record talks and I said well, I have some experience Navy I can help. And that led to a conversation. I've met with this woman her name is Evelyn Blau and have learn I became friends and so six months. Later we were playing going to Canada which was. A trip that Krishnamurti was going to visit one of the Sanders, their Canada. So that was my first real meeting one's. Going to his home in. Ohi- a times and then we actually started production of the first film that I did which was called A. Business the challenge of change. And it was the first biographical documentary
Free Market Arguments against Medicare for All
"Today we have a really special guest professor Gerald, Freedman here known as Jerry. Last night Jerry debated sally pipes the CEO of Pacific Research, Institute. A known well known. And well-sited single payer opponent. At the Soho Forum on the question of whether the in nineteen pandemic makes it all the more urgent for the US to install a system of Medicare for all and I would say he killed it Jerry didn't you kill it? Thank you. As the conversation turned out Kobe was mostly used as a hook to return to the sort of long debate that we're having over Medicare for all I think. Other. Libertarian think tanks have also done for the same question. And also invited sally pipe she's sort of like a recurring figure so it was really interesting to me because. As a Medicare for all has has really picked up steam since Bernie Sanders run in two, thousand, sixteen or two thousand fifteen. We've. Really focused on dissecting and debunking the centre-left arguments against Medicare for all that have really sort of cropped up with the new enthusiasm for Medicare for all the past couple of years. And we've actually really stopped addressing right wing arguments for the time being as as we focus on organizing Democrats. And so Jerry was interesting for me to see. An argument or a conversation with a true sort of free market opponent of single payer healthcare and so I just want to kick things off by asking which of these like conservative or more free market arguments against single payer healthcare. Do you find to be the most compelling? Well the most compelling as long as we leave the most and because none of them are very compelling. I mean if you come down to it that arguments really based on a fantasy theory where a free market could happen in healthcare, which is wrong. But, free market competition in healthcare would promote. Efficient delivery of services and only the services that people want it. These arguments make no allowance. People can't afford it people who lack information for the public benefit that we all get when other people get healthcare. So. Yeah. Yeah. I mean as an economist I love studying free market economics. It's fun when I was young I used to play chess since analogous and it has about as much to do with the real economy as chess has to do with Martin Luther Nothing. So yeah. I mean I I don't find that arguments compelling but the most compelling I guess would be that. Well maybe you get some more efficiency. You know if. Hospitals had more pressure to find ways to deliver healthcare better but I don't I don't think they're really would really that way. So. It's not a sometimes I think that. They keep bringing sally pipes because they can't find anyone else to make this argument. But Jerry I mean she's making ultimately an economics argument against for all and for a pure kind of market based system and healthcare. Is there any chunk of the economics profession that actually believes a free market works in healthcare or is she really just a total fringe element here? I think she's pretty much on the French. That is. feeling among economists, most of whom brought up in this free market. fantasy. but there is a strong feeling that Oh God. If we made healthcare free at the point of service doing words, copays, deductibles, that would be some gigantic increase in demand for healthcare. As if healthcare's is like skiing, if I could ski for free as if we don't have this and all the other countries, right? Yeah Yeah I mean it's completely. I mean Americans love to not pay attention to the experience of other. Solly pipes is Canadian and clearly does not like the Canadian healthcare system for whatever reason Y- she restricts itself to the United States Canada and occasionally the UK. She's almost nothing to say about the rest of the world I thought that was kind of curious. In how books and in in debate yesterday she's acting like an American except. She recognized the candidates separate country. Yeah. But you know even if there was some huge upsurge demand. That might be an issue for financing and costing out of a program. But. Maybe. There'd be some benefit if more people could get
Indigenous Artist To Artist
"So I think we wanted to start off by hearing from each of you like why were you? Are you interested in the type of work that you do in museum and cultural spaces, and then what do you see as the challenges from your position where you are in your career the challenges of these museum spaces? And in that sense to like we also, since our podcast is called all my relations kind of thinking about. The ways that museums and curation fit into this idea of being in good relation. So that's like a multi parter. But basically, why are you interested in this work What do you see as the challenges and then like? Any sort of thoughts around these ideas of museums and curation fitting into the idea of being a good relation. well, I so I. This is Jamie and I grew up with my father being in the navy and so my mom Mama's Osage my dad's non-native and he was in the navy. So we moved around a lot but spent summers at home in Oklahoma participating in our launch PGA and being you know with family and relatives there but when I was in elementary school We lived north of Chicago and Chicago has some incredible museums and so you know I would go to museums on the. Weekend with my family's or we would go for field trips and I loved museums The Museum of Science and Industry was split place that release sparked my interest and curiosity I loved the Field Museum where you could go and like go into a pyramid and you know be Indiana Jones which is problematic in a lot of ways to but you know and so in I think it was fourth grade was like the one year where learning about native Americans was part of the Illinois State Curriculum. And so we went to the field museum to the native American Cultures Hall, and I was really excited because I had told my friends that I was native American and they were like, no, you're not. You don't live in t p You know you don't look like you know Pocahontas or like have a pet like a free Koon. And so we go to the museum and they have a case about osage. people and it's like osage men's costumes. And there's like no representation of women and the closet are on view not the kinds of clothes that Mike that we wear today even you know our dances and. You know it was just like a really sad experience, and then my friends where these kids in my class told me like. Well, it's because you're not a real Indian anyway. We didn't believe you and it was just like this really kind of like damaging. Experience for me and so a lot of the reason. Know. The reason I got into museums is because I want kids to go into museums and feel like they're represented in meaningful and respectful ways until like experience the kind of joy and curiosity you know the the can happen in museums and that should happen in museums and non those kind of negative feelings. So there's a lot of work to be done. Things are getting better you know, but there's still a lot of a lot of space for for growth. I had the same experience at the field museum but that was like three or four years ago when I was asked to do a show there and I walked in and there's those totem poles that are in the in the center house and. You know they're like still unnamed polls in like some Haida itis did it or some sense Simpson artists and then I went you know walked into the native area and they had these. What we call square deal is we run square deal for ceremony there these paddle boards and we don't really talk about it's not even something I would publicly talk about here and say this is why we doing what it's for because it's super sacred and it's quiet something we do. quietly and those when you rents could illitch those boards are taken they're putting back inside their boxing they're putting put away. Forbidden for good reason, and then those were just sitting there at the front of the exhibit and I was like, oh no I cannot go I cannot walk in here. You know like I literally turned around and walked in the other direction and the person giving me a tour was like where are you going I said this is I can't go in here. This is inappropriate but you know that was a couple of years ago so I can completely relate to that Jamie. Well and I will say about the field museum they you know have taken down the old native American Culture Hall not the North West Coast but then American you know the other part of the hall and have been working with you know a collaborative team and a native earn indigenous Advisory Group to reinstall that and so you know there is you know some conversation happening there and some there's a great show their curated by a Nina Sanders Uppsala Women in Warriors that you know Sanders did supported by Miranda Roberts who's a curatorial fellow there, and so you know there I don't want to just like bash the field museum. You. Right. Yeah. Actually. Really want to see that show. It looks really cool. Yeah. My heart goes out to Nina and the team because it opened just like literally a week before every buddy needed to be at home and chiltern please Ram. So but it's such a feat in terms of just that that monumental of exhibit with Contemporary Indigenous Artists is there a a real world renown institution so big props to Nina entity. So. I can go ahead and jump in. So you got edge OKLA CIT kiani Bushes Gene Takuji chador begun Annella could though Kanada Show I am connecting in from a the Mayakoba the lands of the the my people in Santa Ana Pueblo, my partner's home in North Central, New Mexico in it's where we raise our son and our family. And so I I think listening to. Jamie Story going back to where I found the magic and the interest in museums I was a young kid in the interactive galleries of the heard, museum and waiting for my dad to. Finish up some consulting that he was doing as a photographer on with the museum. So I would just wait and play all different museums all over the south west and all over the country as he would have these meetings and so It was always a really exciting place to be to explore I when I filled out my application for college I knew that I like art I knew that I like art and I knew that I like history and so I just put the two together. I didn't know that art history is a thing I grabbed. His Kayonza? Shoutout to all the an empty mustangs and and my application came back with my major having been declared art history and it was like, wow, I didn't get returned I. Guess It's a thing in college I love sitting in the dark room like watching slides drop like on the old like slide Kodak carousels and just being like so taken. Seeing the world through Like. Through, like art of other cultures
"sander" Discussed on LadyGang
"'cause then you're gonNA fight in your friends not break up. Yeah you can't treat your sister like another girlfriend back. Yeah. There's there's a fine line and you also have to like just. Sometimes. We are doing. We have to give each other a couple of days to cool off and then we'll get back and we'll be like, okay at the end of the day like like my dad always tells me he's like no one like you cannot trade your family and so you can have your best friends and have your friends but always make sure your relationship with your family. Yeah Okay. Our last question comes from Bay recently found an instagram damned thread between my boyfriend and a few of his other guy friends it consisted of them messaging each other pictures of instagram models, mostly provocative ones, and even some girls they used to go to high school with we're twenty seven been together a few years and I truly believe he wouldn't cheat, but it just feels. Weird and a little disrespectful for me. I'm also not delusional I know my wife and finds other women hot and I know I shouldn't snoop. But how do I bring this up to him? Should I even care please help you do not bring this up to him and you are not a petty bitch you are confident woman I will tell you this. So my husband's client is. The fiance of fellow model Josephine Screwdriver. and. By the way often times I will see Chris in bed scrolling his instagram and he'll be like it'll be like dog house doghouse Josephine naked. Doghouse. Gog Josephine and Abroa- like and she's so hot and I'm like. Look, enjoy like listen, enjoy that because I don't have boobs and I need you to enjoy boobs somewhere and so it's just be confident. It's so gross if you go to him right now and you're like, please don't. Want it's not going to be in. Let me look regardless exact unless he use D., it's trying to slide into the DMZ lane remodels, which is delusional debate on your leg. Okay. Now you're being too friendly. I gotTa Talk to you about it or. But isn't it weird though it's one thing to look but it's a weird to me that he's sending it into a group mass such kind of weird I mean Jack and I definitely set messages about Aj, Jay from the back strap it was inappropriate. That was appropriate. and perverted okay and was. Video. With the exact clip of when he did the Air Rust Gad. So some guilty, sometimes your horning buffet, but you don't. I will time on that part like I will have full blown conversations with my girlfriends about stuff but like I definitely have them on speaker and I literally was like Oh my God like I'm having this whole conversation in front of Anthony but then I was like you know what? Let me ask him what he thinks. Is, like yeah, just have to make it a conversational. Conversational piece I love that. I guess, they're just are there are those people that really appreciate sending hot photos of girls to their guy friends. It's so immature like. I love it but I do the. I'm McConnell Fan page from normal people. You are such a door I follow itemized. Bar Like I'M A I'M A. Torn between the two because sometimes I like chime in on staff and that times I'm like girls you. Like you know I'm like in a happy relationship. I? Like my girls no. Not just me addicted by. Now and I WANNA say. That even by during like real life like. Like not realized but my God when I'm single. Not Real Life. Real life as opposed to like dream. Exactly. All world right now and so in. Love. But like I don't know I'm just not that girl again. Yeah. Stuff like that. So it's like I'm not really the girl that's GonNa. Be The one to chime in on that but like if you come to me about something else yeah, I'll talk drama with you. I am that girl but then I'm still judging this guy so I don't know where I stand. Like you. I'm like I WANNA see all the hot guys. I. WanNa. Talk about it and then I don't know if I'm enjoy it but. I don't the answer, but I do know I love the backstreet boys takeoff. Listen. Jasmine has to go because she's things to do she's waiting on her man to get home. Congratulations. You icon `grats Sports. Illustrated cover is such a big fricken D-. All I hope you celebrate with your Tequila Pasta for the next year and you guys of course, you're probably already following her, but if you're not head on over and follow at Golden Barbie and you're just so lovely congratulations on all your success, you deserve it all and. Stay away from those Uti's girl. I'm going to come Akini. Gone. Allied set vagina just keep in mind. This is why it is such a big deal for me. Is that like I big. On. The gusset to be. Exactly I didn't wear the one that looks like shoestring like literally it was. It'll get lost it'll get lost. It's a fraud song, which is like a whole other thing. We will see. Thanks for listening and make sure to rate and review this podcast wherever you go your podcast, we have new episodes of lady gang every Tuesday and Thursday follow us on social media at the Lady Gang.
"sander" Discussed on WWL
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"sander" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"And now the Spiel Bernie. Sanders has exited the stage. He vows to support the presumptive or as I prefer the notional nominee Joe Biden. They're going out on top. He argued in all the ways that matter except for you know getting the most votes the time the moment the situation that we're in now essentially forced his hand. I know that there may be some movement. Who Disagree with this decision. Who would like us? The fight on for the last ballot cast at the Democratic convention. I understand that position but if I see the crisis gripping the nation exacerbated by a president unwilling or unable to provide any kind of credible leadership and the work that needs to be done to protect people in this most desperate hour I cannot in good conscience continue to mount the Campaign. They cannot win. And which would interfere with the important work required of all of us in this difficult hour that by the way that kind of decision making that qualifies as leadership. Yes it does but why not the ultimate mark of leadership in America? Why the question is being asked to Bernie Sanders not win the Democratic nomination for President of the United States one theory is that the establishment closed ranks uniting in an effort to in keeping with the tenor of the Times to fight off the contagion the immune system of the party kicked in and kicked out the viral invader that sought to take it over to some extent that did happen. How nefarious was it well to a sanders supporter extremely to all others? Not at all changed the phrasing. The facts don't become any different but a standard supporter. We'll tell you that. The democratic establishment the media monied interests would never let Sanders Win Abidin back or would phrase it like Democrats at the last possible. Minute rallied around a lifelong Democrat more aligned with their values in doing so back the candidate who they thought could be donald trump. They might also note in fact. Donald Trump thinks that Joe Biden is the candidate who could be donald trump so it was either a return to normalcy or a warning of a revolution. Only it wasn't either or it really was a kind of both. They're both the same thing. And that is the best explanation for what happened. But there have been other explanations and I've been reading them in preparation for this moment that we knew would come in the Washington Post Rachel Mantle wrote a story called the rise and fall of Bernie Sanders a theory. What is that theory the Bernie? Sanders was too comfortable with ideas and society in the abstract and too uncomfortable with emotions and people in the particular she quotes and historian saying are fascinated by the heart. Attack that Bernie Sanders had he goes on to say the fact that he suffered from it makes him into a human being. It really helps. Bernie's case because he readily confesses. He's not one of those backslapping politicians. It's not his brand. He's a little like a stick figure cartoon but heart attack made him seem. Human Mantova goes on to describe an interaction. She witnessed between the Sanders supporter named Ryan. Who talked about his medical expenses? At a rally. In the candidate himself quote he meeting Sanders. Juggles numbers nimbly isn't it seemed quite clear. Sure what to do with emotions. It was perhaps the moment for a hug but Bernie couldn't quite go there. He extended his long arm to Ryan shoulder and simultaneously shook his hand without getting any closer literally. This became an arm's length transaction. So that theory. That's one theory that voters needed. Emotional connection and Bernie didn't give them one at same time. The New York Times was writing up their own. Oh bit how it all came. Apart for Bernie Sanders so in this story the Times describes different power factions within the sanders campaign like there are all one power faction seemed more attuned to sanders needs and wants as a person and the other one wanted to go scorched earth on Joe Biden the ones who resisted going. After Joe Biden viciously led by campaign manager. Fires Shaquir were in keeping with the wishes of Bernie Sanders. And his wife. Jane others in the campaign like adviser Nina Turner and David Sirotta who the Times describes as a pugilist aide who is known for his voluble and combative online persona were more in favour of scorched earth. They didn't want Sandra's just railing against the system. They wanted railing against the Democrat. They regarded as embodying the system. Joe Biden The Times also describes another dynamic quote for months. His political advisors and outside allies have quietly mold a shift in tone the possibility that Mr Sanders might take even modest steps to show skeptical. Democrats that he could unify the party but he has always been disdainful of the art of politics and had to be nudged into wooing even friendly Democratic leaders so Bernie Sanders did not change his tone Bernie Sanders never changed his tone plus Bernie. Sanders never changed. His tactics didn't go more harsh on arrival than he ever has in the past. And let me again remind you of the Post explanation of what went wrong with the sanders campaign quote. Maybe what voters wanted from Sanders after all this time was to be more personable. More relatable more like a normal politician and let's just for good measure throw in a conservative analysis this was Tim Miller talking on the bulwark podcast. Today and his campaign completely believed this false narrative that they put out which was that he was going to expand. The electorate at the Democratic Party had moved into his camp that he didn't need to reach out to the meal liberals that he did not need to condemn Fidel Castro without caveat That he just needed to be pure uncut. Burn and that would be good enough and here we are okay. Let us now. Examine the bill of particulars Bernie. Sanders didn't change his level of interpersonal connection. Bernie Sanders didn't change his tone Bernie. Sanders never changed his belief that a political revolution was coming. It turns out they're all saying that Bernie Sanders lost because he didn't change the reason that the candidate who is a marvel of consistency the candidate who was given credit by even his enemies for being the same person and never changing with the wind. The reason that guy lost was that he never change. Thank you experts. In other words Bernie. Sanders could have had a chance to win this whole thing. Had He simply acted in a way other than the way Bernie Sanders has always and will always act. Look I'm not saying that Bernie. Sanders never had a different message. For different. Audiences never emphasized or toned down certain stances depending on who he was speaking to. It's not like he's not a politician. He is a politician in many ways. A good politician but if you and everyone does give him credit for complete and utter consistency it seems to be a flaw of any post mortem that says what. Feld him was his consistency. This is his essence. It's the bird would never fallen out of the sky. Had He just walked everywhere and the river only went dry because of its wetness in the first place or the opera singer lost her voice because she had tendency to sing so much so loudly so I wouldn't look at Bernie. Sanders is the guy who lost because he wouldn't change. I'd look at him as the guy who almost one because he never changed and for some that was enough but not for enough people. And by the way let's also examine the supposed value in not changing consistency or put another way intransigence. The shame is said to be in being political like INSA- own cutting a deal with Strom Thurmond or allowing Republican members of the Judiciary Committee to aggressively questioned. A witness. You'd rather be treated better or talking about cutting a program that you like in order to achieve a broader goal that you want or agreeing to some cuts in the funding of a program to at least get some funding for the program. We often decry these stances as compromised or God forbid political when they don't work out well or not as well as we'd like but we don't like the concept of someone who changes with the wind and we might say we like complete and total consistency. It turns out there are other things we like more than that like we. We tend to rally behind the leader. Who can moderate stance if need be or can reach out to sometime enemy? Who could comfort us as people rather than a set of policy ideas the policy. Damn well better be perfect to make up for a personal connection and since no policy is perfect we might say. We want the utterly consistent character but in the final analysis. That's the trait. That where I two.
"sander" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The crowd no leaving the the mausoleum I heard that day and they had a full house there they were all excited they wanted to beat the Blueshirts because there that lets faces for all their lives as ice Sander fans a bit jealous of the Rangers we understand I guess that there was a lot of quiet at the very mmhm there was a lot of quiet there wasn't there they were all excited before the game and excited during the game until the Rangers had that three one lead and excited war I slander fans when they tied the game with seventeen seconds to play fools gold what would happen in overtime Joe is calling from Staten Island Joe thank you he raises one of the Stanley Cup it was yeah it was what it did you see the game yeah yeah my it was what was it wasn't didn't this make your entire day we forget is that at all otherwise lay in the stands there must be listening to it on the radio going the company the only next year to worry about day better worry about that thank you Joe they better worry about the Rangers catching them because the Rangers are playing some very good hockey and there's no question I'm sure I'd say and her fans thought it would be you your one whole home another win over the Rangers at the malls will he come from no what happened ducks and geese same tricks better scurry when I take you out of my salary nothing like the good old rural old country road they lost to the urban Broadway Blueshirts state may have so why Sander fans right now we're going home back to the farm the going back to the farm to get to bed early tonight because they have chores to do early in the morning David is calling from Coleman de de de okay it is the Rangers be slipping out of the lucky is the one we don't work David and repeat after me are you ready I'm ready it's good to be K. it is like a baby the long course it's going to be in a rocking chair pretty well I think it was Georgie bid gold tonight we were in good goodness portion what is it hello what what is it again what what do you say hello story a couple days ago it was very emotional but the John to Nelly ceremony I can tell you that even judge when you're all the rage goaltender the had a car accident do you are you making fun of a car accident what yet you're in the area you don't make fun of accidents you don't do that whether it's a nice slander or ranger or anyone you know that is going below the belt off the curb side gets smaller Dave otherwise I'm not going to take your call anymore I like going back and forth with the I'm sure you don't intend any any stupidity but you were being stupid you know make fun of anyone in a car accident and thank god nobody was hurt it was a nice lander who you think listen you want to be a good fan of your team we love that and your good Icelander fan you like to give me the razzmatazz that's fine that's all part of the fun we like to have with one great New York rivalry but don't make fun of car accidents Matthew was calling from the Bronx Matthew you're on the fan in New York City what's happening how do you know more about you it is Matthew tell us all how good it is to be K. ready to begin your own senior managing your daughter we were going berserk and what what what what when you want to give our members are but the guy who just called me full is a jerk well it he made a mistake I don't think that's in his heart of hearts I think he regrets what he said but he's got to be careful you don't make fun of those kinds of things and I I think he was just trying to get back at me a little bit because we go back and forth these vague Icelander fan so I I've done I think he will I'll I'll give them the benefit of the doubt and say he misspoke but I don't think he'll be giving us that again any time soon no I'm great I'm great so the ticket to come together they play great sure Laura Harper coming back from this morning yeah hopefully hopefully to make the playoffs well even if they don't it's been such a I know I I know that it's all about making the playoffs and winning and it's been a successful year because they are ahead of where they are expected to be and where a lot of us expected them to be they have played a terrific down the stretch here I think of what is it eight out of nine fifteen out of twenty one they have one and and certainly what a let down what about I mean all the air out of the balloon with Asha stark and getting hurt with the rib and thank god it wasn't anything worse than that and now boots neighbor to course did not play tonight he's a day to day as we say in the trade so this was a big win and a very very tough plays for the for the Rangers to win bill is calling from Saint James bill you're on the fan was happening captain midnight captain Ahab captain Morgan and they can go Morgan Mike I got a chance you know Hempstead turnpike and old formal country role if you have a call now I gotta take you to a couple restaurants there's a couple of great restaurants I would love to go with you you know I 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"I think life insurance is a wonderful way to give the meaning fall and impactful legacy gift and what I mean by that is if somebody wants to make a really big impact on an organization but doesn't have that cash flow or available to do that sometimes what clients can do is purchase some life insurance purchasing life insurance and making that charity the beneficiary as a way for a meaningful give to calm at the end of your life so you know you if you want to give a hundred thousand or two hundred thousand or five hundred thousand to an organization but you don't have that to give maybe you want to pay an annual premium one thousand two thousand three thousand dollars whatever that premium is and make the beneficiary of that life insurance a charitable organization it's a neat way to I have a big impact at the end at the end of your life what I will say is that if you are thinking about this as a as a overall possible plan it's really important to talk with a financial adviser because there are benefits to giving different assets to charities from a tax perspective life insurance is tax free and so it's before you start implementing really any of these strategies on your own it's really important to talk to somebody like Sander or myself so that you can make sure that by doing a strategy with one hand you're not harming the strategies that you've put in place with the other what's exciting to know that there are options right there are opportunities on on both sides on the tax side and on the giving side and we know that people are giving actually as of November twenty nineteen over a hundred and five billion were reported in assets and over seventy five seventy three billion and reported income but charitable contributions actually dropped in twenty eighteen which is interesting and I think you'd be amazed by how much so stay tuned to find out just how much and why we'll be right back there are only a handful.
"sander" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"It doesn't take a subpoena to put out a statement if Ambassador Bolton has to say he could do that. So that's the idea of you. Don't need to call Bolton Talk to let him have his say the man can just like you know talked George Stephanopoulos or something so true. Yes which is true. Yeah so okay. There are two levels here. Right does the Bolton News change what Republican senators are likely to do with regard to allowing witness testimony. I think that's possible Sibal. I'm not sure it's likely but it's possible and it certain certainly likelier that then that it will that it will change what they do with regards to acquitting trump at the end of this right. But I've been saying all along despite events continually proven me wrong that people are like underestimating underestimating. The chances that this doesn't end in acquittal again. I don't think it's likely the final piece of this here is so the likeliest scenario is that president trump is acquitted how much then do senators votes on the final resolution of this acquittal or our removal from office affect their electoral prospects. Going forward like can we look at the Clinton impeachment and say that some senators had to pay a price for how they voted wooded so far. Trump's readings are a little higher than they were pre impeachment process. Even though a peach in sports also gone up. kind of converged little you bet. So all of the economy's been pretty good. There are other kind of factors that factor in their reporting a more partisan move because the Democratic primary and stuff. But yeah look I mean. I don't think we've answered this whether or not their electoral repercussions for how you vote in this. I mean for Clinton like pretty clearly Clinton over performed in in the nineteen ninety eight. I guess it was midterms because people did not like the impeachment trial. That was pretty clear. It's very rare for a party to over to actually gain seats in a mid term. Democrats did and impeachments explanation but that was a very very unpopular. Pitching Pressler's this. One is like mildly popular. And so so it's a bit different. I mean you know support for calling more. Witnesses is very high and so the talking points that hey whatever you thought about impeachment the GOP refused to actually have a fair trial or call witnesses. Like that's a pretty decent talking point. I think for Democrats right so if this is faded to end in acquittal anyway do Democrats actually not want with witnesses. Maybe well okay maybe right because then it just gives them a better baby. I continue to think that enough of them would under the right. Circumstances be willing to throw Biden under under the bus. Reciprocity yeah anything's possible. In this topsy turvy world. We live in by the way by the war. You're GONNA say nothing going to refrain. Don't refrain no rain. It's GonNa be on Frayne Frayne frigging away. I was GONNA say we'd put We should officially put Kabuki theatre on our do not say we're wrote a book list of Trite Things Kabuki dance food breath if you watch any of the networks while the coverage is going on basic Kabuki like I know it goes it. Add add it to my list of pet. Peeves of use of state. Nicknames and Kabuki Theatre Hawker. If you're out you're right you're right. I with forty forty seven. Oh no they just say Iowa yes absolutely you can also just say Doron Lee held opinions opinion. Just say the state if residents in the Hawkeye state could could right. I don't care. Let us literally don't care it is so tho- folksy stupid and I hate it forever. Iowa Hawkeye State New Hampshire Mica Granite State grants South Carolina. Palmetto State Nevada casseus Silverstein. I know all of weaving in did that. Fifty states series. Can you guys all say the states in order Arkansas California Colorado Still Aware Florida Georgia Idaho Indian Iowa. Kansas Maine Maryland Island Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi. Zor Tannin about going to add New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexican Record Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee. Texas exists UTAH. Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin. Why Oh Ming? Boom Amy Klobuchar. It's not that hard name the seven non-state nominating contests in the Democratic Primary Guam Rica. US Virgin Islands Abroad Democrats Democrats abroad. uh-huh yeah they vote on Super Tuesday morning. It's like a ten day process not macronesia. They screwed how many do we have four for. Give us a hint. We did someone say the missing. You're missing to really obvious ones when Washington DC AMERICAN CAMARA AMERICAN. And then. This one's a hard one. This is an easy one. This is probably the first one. It should have gotten non-state voters on the prep. Your erasing embracing military. You're erasing. That's a lot of bad stuff happened too recently. Panama Puerto Rico Puerto Rico. All right you got home. dookie Democratic Voters Guantanamo Guantanamo Caucus. Imagine Day Caucus ooh okay. Unionists won miss which is a hard one the northern Mariana Islands. Yeah clearly. We're having a lot of fun because it's our birthday but we're gonNA leave things there. Thank you thank you gala. Thank you Claire Thanks Gallon. Thank you Mike. Send this birthday presence. Okay come on a couple of things before we go one. We have a live show in Manchester New Hampshire on Sunday February ninth two days before the primary there. Go Get your tickets at five. Thirty eight DOT COM Slash live also this week. Five thirty is launching the women run project. And here's a little explainer about what this is. One Hundred Years after women were granted ended the right to vote the. US has more women in political office than ever before yet gender has haunted. 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"sander" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"They're taking and taking very forcefully so I think that's probably coming from from some you. You know informal networks of of that Former White House. But it's interesting. Obviously when you when the name the Obama coalition is it's your name you probably in the Obama coalition being working class whites and young people and Black voters turning out in you know all in concert to elect a democrat. You might have some shall we say bias towards that particular strategy whereas Bernie Sanders would say it's old. It's an old paradigm. You can't think that way anymore. So so I don't know I don't think the democratic establishment has done anything meaningful to combat Bernie. I think you've seen some stories about you know it's it's kind of like the Republican serious concerns and it's like. Is it in the nature of the Democratic Party to do that. In addition into that Democrats have the same problem that Republicans did in two thousand sixteen which is the most effective way. If you're really worried that Bernie Sanders can't win a general election and you want to prevent them from winning the nomination the most effective way would be to rally behind another candidate. We've seen biding climb in in our endorsement tracker a bid but it's not like Mo.. Most Democrats are still sitting on the sidelines. He's gotten quite a few endorsements although they're mostly from like mayor's representatives right and not like Sanders and governor right so I just don't think you've seen any any like any movement on the part of established Democrats to stop Bernie that would that is at all likely to have any effect effect yet. Now if he wins. Iowa Wins New Hampshire. I think you might see a lot of Democrats say okay. The the time is now were rallying behind Biden Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah it depending on the result or. Maybe not like. We kept waiting for that to happen in two thousand Sixteen Publicans and never did let me raise three very important differences which is why I think the sanders trump parallels are overstate. At least in this respect right number one is that sanders is much closer to the democratic mainstream then trump was to what we understood her mainstream to be in twenty sixteen eighteen right. He has been on the left of the party but his agenda isn't that different than other candidates moved to the left. I mean compared to trump right. He's not explicitly criticizing past. GOP nominees. Right it's a matter of degrees but like okay number two. I hope how you can have a debate about that. I have a substantive debate about Euclid. The word you put in there that we understood at the time are important there. I think trump is pretty close to the Republican mainstream but not the way that the establishment perceived it well here. Here's an example. Trump literally flipped some republican positions Russians on like Social Security and Medicare for example. Is Sanders literally flipping a core democratic policy. Poor like free trade he. He flipped the Republicans position on free. Trade I think I guess my argument would be forget like policy positions for a second. Most political actors are like super crass and don't actually give about any of this stuff. Oh and so sure fine and so it's more about. How would this person being the nominee affect me right And I think what we learned about Republicans was they decided. I could get by just fine fine. I wonder if Democrats will conclude the same thing with Bernie. You see a lot of reporting about Oh red. State centers are concerned about Bernie Sanders as a nominee manet. We saw the same reporting with trump in two thousand sixteen but like ultimately you know. That's where north coming from for Biden is actually from or orientates other than like Bloomberg is coming from these swing district representatives Believe me two of the differences right number two is that sanders is not in a strong strong position. As trump was yes. Anders is not leading a national polls by ten points. Trillion opposed by six points. That's big right number. Three is that democratic delegate allocation rules. Give the Party and voters more ability to change their mind late in the embrace. Because you do not have these winner-take-all states and so burning actually has to win a majority or else super delegates coming to play and you have kind of a scenario that of course all the journalists would find really fun but contested convention And so that gives the party like a bit more time than you have with trump. If we all of a sudden he's winner take all states so those are differences. I mean there's also like I don't know right. I think a difference number four is that I think this earlier. I think the party doesn't it doesn't necessarily think there is a slam. Dunk electability argument against him against him yanked they. I think if you talk to the average Democratic Attic Party actor I'm just GonNa Guess Okay and it's matches accounts position in polls. I think it would say if we had to pick between the top four we would prefer on collectability grounds Biden. But after that exactly maybe learning. I think that's honestly what the average if you corner the average establishment person. I think that's what the average person would think but to be clear there isn't a slam dunk electability case against Sanders nor war was the second best in the polls against trump. We wait much like it's worth noting. Well we actually have one more topic to discuss today. We've already imposed almost entire podcast about the current state of the Democratic primary arrays in Iowa and sanders etc.. But let's talk about these new revelations being reported from the draft of John Bolton's book but first today's podcast.
"sander" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics
"We're back and we've talked about what the picture looks like more nationally and we're starting to get to what things look like on the ground in Iowa the conventional wisdom about How you win Iowa is that you surge late in the game and beat? Expectations is what sanders is doing surging late in the game or is there still kind of room. I'm for things to get mixed up quite a bit when it actually comes down to caucus day as far as Iowa goes. I mean it's a question Gaylon I think the answer is the timing. Might be perfect Bernie or it might not be perfect and we won't really know until a week from today and change from today. Yeah look so there literally is the you know. The kind of scenario of a candidate surging extremely late that has happened before like John Kerry's surge in two thousand four. It happened extremely light. Rick Santorum surge in two thousand twelve happened extremely late so I don't know what the mechanism might be. But you do have after I mean look. Our model still has gigantic confidence. Intervals for Iowa rights as Bernie get somewhere between eight percent and forty two percent of the vote probably right And that is born out of the fact that number one polling in the Caucasus always a little bit rough number two you absolutely can have a meeting area that shifts over over seven days. I think it's amazing by the way that the to national front runners. There's not really active like negative storylines about the either Biden or sanders. Right now I do kind of wonder if the Sanders prickliness not from senator himself but from people around want him makes people afraid to attack him and that does Bernie good. I don't know right when it comes to media narrative additive in the run. Up to the caucuses one thing that happened over the weekend is the Des Moines Register endorsed Elizabeth Warren. We've talked a little bit about whether or not endorsements -dorsements matter in the past but Claire Mike. Do you see this particular endorsement being meaningful given how important Iowa's generally on this podcast we talk about endorsements percents from like party elites elected officials. Here we're talking about in a newspaper endorsement which is similar but but a little different Jeffrey skelly on of Vare elections analysts looked at this site. The des Moines Register's endorsement has at least coincided with on average about a four or five point bump in in when you compare people's polls at the time of the endorsement to how they eventually finished now some years like John Edwards in two thousand four was is pulling out about eleven percent when he got the endorsement and won about thirty three percent of the vote. So it's a huge bump. Was it down to the magister endorsement. Well I don't know other years. There was basically no change right but I think the right way to look at it is what it was just getting which is primaries are so fluid and primary polling is so inexact that you just have to go into it thinking hey anything could still happen here and our forecast reflects is that right so like in this last week it is totally possible. Let's say people in Iowa include Buddha judge doesn't have a chance his support evaporates. Where does that go let say Klobuchar? Who has actually been gaining ground in Iowa? Paul's she's like in the high single digits now people might conclude. Oh actually that she didn't get high enough that I'm not gonNA waste my vote on Klobuchar. I think a lot of a lot of support could go to war right or Biden or anybody the else so I think that's embraces still very much. It's still like any. Including which are any of these people could win. And it wouldn't be that surprising right the clincher global chairman would be surprising because she has to leapfrog that for other people it would not be surprising if she got like third place in which site raced in which case given that. She has a New Hampshire. Endorse Nuke newspaper endorsement. How would that serve lick each? That's an interesting thing. Right IF AMY KLOBUCHAR nobody does decently well in Iowa. Probably isn't going to win but like I don't know win place show. She plays our shows. What does that do for her? Chances in New Hampshire These v the model. Maybe this is a good explain club which are actually does sort of Paul. Okay in New Hampshire specifically. I am skeptical of like like. They're definitely scenarios where it club. Char- let's say. Finish his top three in Iowa the media which has after ignoring her for much of the kind of frankly seems eager for a club but jars surge right I could see her becoming kind of a factor sort of in the way that like Jon. Huntsman was briefly factor. Right after finishing third in New Hampshire. And then you know maybe she also finished third New Hampshire and then you know frankly. I don't think either Nevada or South Carolina look like very good states for her and then she may be wins the Minnesota Primary I'm Eleanor Caucus on Super Tuesday. And then bows out or something right. So for every one zero she actually wins or comes close. There are ten scenarios involving her becoming a factor turbot not actually coming close to winning right and that's the barrier right like if she were consistently. There's a poll that came out last night at twelve or thirteen percent in third third place. Right that's polled. Our is an exception if you consistently had polls like that she really at thirteen percent instead of eight like that actually matters a fair bit at thirteen percent in Iowa Iowa yeah. I don't disagree with any of that. One thing I will say is you could imagine Klobuchar surging in Iowa and it being super isolated just given her regional connections actions to the state I do. It's noteworthy that. She has also climbed on a ton but she has a climbed the tunnel highway. Either you know. She's up to the mid to high single digits in New Hampshire too so maybe that does suggest that if she is able to do something in Iowa she at least has some base to work off of in New Hampshire. We kind of pivoted away from talking about the Des Moines Register endorsement of Warren. But I'm curious Claire. You talked about Santa's closing argument in Iowa. Basically being Birdie Birdie beat trump which is what you see on the signs right. What is warrants closing argument? Warren's closing argument seems to be one that's more of the traditional Democratic Primary Appeal which is I'm the one who best represents your desires for the future and I am the smartest and best equipped to do the job. I think another years that would be a persuasive argument to Democratic primary voters but in a primary where people are obsessed zest with trump. Trump is like this fascinating boogeyman two Democratic primary voters for good reasons. Certainly but there's this idea of how. How will he get under the person's skin right as if we don't we don't we haven't seen for years of evidence for how he does which is like like hell figure out who you are? Go figure out. He'll he'll do something and I think there's also I mean this is the sort of more interesting part to me in some ways. which is voters seem to care are less about ability to do the job probably because of trump right? The idea of there used to be this. This idea that only geniuses this is MEGLOMANIAC or otherwise ran for president. And we're good at the job. Perhaps the public has been disabused of that notion. There's more of a recognition that the presidency residency is and can be bolstered by smart and powerful and influential non actors and therefore you want a person who is ideologically pure from your point of view to occupy the Office Anyway Elizabeth Warren. I think perhaps as we're seeing through the numbers suffers from having quite quite a coherent and traditional appeal to primary voters. She's also making the electability case in the in the last days De Moines Join Register has this headline Elizabeth Warren Closing Argument Iowans Women Win. Quote Unquote I think that's telling two ways one. It shows to some extent that she's been on the defensive on that point as as people have raise electability questions but to at least unless. There's there's a swing winging last week days. It does suggest that declares point the Boogeyman of trump. I think you saw in twenty Democratic voters after the Clinton lost in two thousand sixteen. We're like we are going to rally behind women. Try to elect women to offices. That's important to us. I think you've seen beating trump take the place of that to some extent in twenty twenty where a lot of voters are saying. Electing women is important to us. Beating trump is the first priority already. And that's how we have essentially three men atop the polling chart. I'm curious this is something that the model can tell us. Although it's not public information we can see what would happen if each one of those four candidates were to win. The Iowa caucuses in a nutshell. I don't want to take too much time with this. But how does each of them winning. Winning the Iowa caucuses shift the National Picture Biden winning puts them in a fairly commanding position where he's already had nationally a lot of skepticism. About why this burning fizzle out. Or whatever Bernie winning I think leads to a very competitive race between probably Bernie and Biden in which which depending on Bird Bernie's margin of victory and where Biden finishes either candidate could be kind of the slight favourite Warren. Winning would at this point point likely create a balance because it would be come back story. Her pulling is not as robust as sanders is or Biden's in states after Iowa so that could be a case where you get a bounce becomes very competitive but that really be more more fifty fifty s right Also Sanders might not want to I. I don't think he quit unless he did really badly. Right and Buddhist twinning is kind of your kind of club which are kind of in the same case right. That's your kind of classic they would get a balanced and become a big part of the conversation sation. I tend to think based on looking at scenarios in the model they would not necessarily become the favourite. They might become the second favourite behind depending on. Who did well there? Maybe Biden or something. But it's not that hard to figure out I mean. They won the Silver Lining in Iowa for Warren. He'd much rather be gaining. In the polls in Iowa you'd much rather be in Bernie's position than Moore's position. There is a slight several lining which is because expectations factor into the bounce. That now Bernie's win in Iowa is a little bit more expected that might lead to a smaller bounce. Warren's win would be considered very surprising even though she's not that far behind I think Buddha Chech- win would be considered surprising now even though he is also not that far behind in fact he's really just a couple of points off the front runners so so in some ways like the question is okay is sanders is like surge. Well tiny answer is probably yes but the downside to that is that the conventional wisdom Even polls show basically sanders and Biden tied in Iowa. The conventional wisdom is that Iowa is Bernie's to lose you know if I were burning out with low to like downplay expectations -tations a little bit because that conclusions not really justify based in the polls where he's tied for the lead and you have third and fourth and maybe if plays as candy who still have some chances also so let's wrap on this given how much attention has been focused on sanders now that he's improved his position. In national and state level polling is the Democratic Cavalry Establishment Cavalry coming out against him or are they still choosing to remains someone on the sidelines in this primary. Well great question. There's been rumblings for quite a while that Barack Obama is not like Bernie Sanders. Anderson does not want him to win the Democratic primary Hillary Clinton obviously stirred up a lot of noise last week when she basically said no one likes him and doesn't want to work with him which is obviously lots of voters do actually like him. I think she's more referring to I think interpret that she was referring to the establishment. But you know there's a political piece that quoted for Instance Obama's twenty twelve campaign spokesman Ben the bolts basically saying he's gotta be stopped now. Now Obama World people did forcefully. Push back on a a piece last week. That sort of said Obama himself has said that he doesn't want to be around. I think the Obama people are really protective of Obama's sort of role as he's the one president in this trump Obama tussle who's actually maintaining his dignity cares about the constitution about the sort of the higher statesmanlike duties. And he's not gonNA put a thumb on the scale for anyone no matter how he feels. Personally I don't know if that's true but that's certainly the public line..
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"A mystery and a Sander fell private school where a young boy died yesterday officials at mark day school say this a student was fatally injured on the playground but one o'clock in the afternoon they didn't offer details are how and student was rushed to the hospital but did not survive it's not clear what those injuries were school officials say they are working with authorities and a section of the campus remains closed off for the investigation Nevada resident around rare says it is hard on everyone especially so close to Christmas with its tragic stuff for the parents and and everybody involved kind of fish finders and filled in for them to mark day has students from kindergarten through eighth grade classes are continuing today and counselors will be on hand but officials are asking parents to use their own best judgment as to whether or not they want to bring their kids to school and the San Jose police department says it's ending its investigation into sexual assault allegations that presentation high school the victims claim before officials at the school tried to cover up of use for years but on Thursday investigators said the criminal probe did not turn up sufficient evidence to level charges against school administrators and some cases the statute of limitations had expired presentation high tells KPIX five we initiated an external investigation that is ongoing to ensure that we are doing everything we can to help support survivors protect students and heal our community if you know your money years Jeff Ballenger in the Bloomberg news room polygon bad good morning a secret team at apple was working on satellites and other types of wireless technology sources told Bloomberg the iPhone maker wants to find new ways to beam data and connect consumers to the internet about a dozen engineers are said to be working on the project and apple hopes to start deploying new systems within five years we're just now hearing about an acquisition that Facebook made earlier in the year Bloomberg reports the social network bought a small video shopping start up called packaged Facebook wants to build a live shopping feature inside its market place product retailers are gearing up for super Saturday tomorrow was projected to be the busiest shopping day of the year it is not only the last Saturday before Christmas it also comes a day before the first night of Hanukkah a lot of store change will be extending hours for tomorrow and for the airlines today is expected to be the busiest travel day of the Christmas new year's holiday period stock market futures modestly higher stocks advanced to record highs yesterday I'm Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg business sport KCBS right now when you come in and switch to T. mobile you get the amazing iPhone eleven pro on us iPhone tennis traded aren't these mountains majestic joke are you even looking I'm posting these amazing pics I took with my iPhone Levin pro it has three cameras whoa those picks are amazing and you have service to T. mobile their new single goes farther than ever before I then you can look up whether these are bear tracks right where we can just run going.
"sander" Discussed on Back To Back
"By the trends and always looking for new challenges alan ges so this one was cool and i think you guys are going to love it to. Let's get into a right now. This is me and sander van doorn back to back less girl so the chicago. I was like ten years for me and i was in san diego for the last six years. That's my favorite spot. Oh man i did there was a certain point where i was actually thinking about moving to the u._s. Myself and <hes> yeah. Let's kinda thinking about either l._a. Because everybody's everybody's basically dare you know right songwriters and <hes> you know <hes> all the older colleague d._j.'s who were living in the u._s. from from abroad <hes> a fi- a finance san diego to be a little more chill chill out relax and the yeah yeah but i stayed in long story short. I mean it's inter- i was thinking about this on the way over that it's really the dutch and the swedes who have like established there for dance music who really established sort of their own thing can exist separate. I it's like most especially in the modern idiom <hes> era yeah. I feel like a lot of what's happening is somewhat reliant on what's happening in the u._s. Absolutely absolutely for you guys and i think for the swedes. Maybe maybe few others. It's you've got your own thing right yeah. Yeah you know it kind of started out in the in the eighties when <hes> there was a radio d._j. Very famous radio a d._j. Colter bendy brands and <hes> it was the first one doing <hes> like half an hour mixes <hes> it it would do one every single week so he would actually mix records in into each other and that was a new phenomenon because it used to be only like start. Stop talk over <hes> you know two tracks and that was it and all of a sudden you have this mix and one to the other and that was pretty special actually and a lot of people die dove into that whole whole scene in it actually became pretty big into gazing over in amsterdam sure where clubs like it's a roxy started to pop up and <hes> <hes> it kind of blew up and because of amsterdam it's it's kind of spread out throughout the rest of the country <hes> also in my city <hes> i had this club club colds <hes> the dunstan in dutch cicles. Basically your lily translated this the dan saloon which sounds really really crappy but actually it was was a really really a good glove really good music and that's how i came to notice this whole old dense phenomena. What was the name of the the d._j. You said for started mixing the records together <hes> ben lebron okay yeah and were you. What age were you when he was sort of doing his thing. I was really young. Actually i've always around six or seven years old than the my older broader ten years older. It was already <hes> listening to makes us so whenever he was listening to who makes you know i wanted to listen to myself and <hes> what kind of music was <hes>. There was being mixed at that time. It was kind of a early very early housing soon <hes> it was called <hes> also new weeds early assets and <hes> but also makes them to two tracks from detachments like enjoy the silence and i did those those tracks were already a little bit dance related and he bought them all on a final and <hes> you know he was my example so whatever he wanted to listen listened to. I listened to myself and <hes> until he bought this this kiss records <hes> how was made for laughing. I was like what the hell is this. I wasn't feeling pulling data at all so that's what i noticed. I really liked the whole dance. A you know a combination. It's funny with family to where you know whether it's a father figure or brother or anything like that you've you've followed them for a while. It's like you just wanna be exactly like them and then just like when you heard the kiss first thing i mean i've had moments like that. You like oh wait. No we're not going to happen..
"sander" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Sander Levin is leaving congress next week after thirty six years. He thinks the partial government shutdown won't end before he leaves Levin. Talked with WW J's Beth Fisher about the shutdown. Now, the president has been adamant about money for the wall. He says oversight though union, then I guess the latest compromise. But the problem is that there's no real evidence that the money would be will used we need to pay attention to national security, but he's always it was a campaign promise anything she has to make good on campaign promises. Even if it's not good policy, but he made a lot of camping provinces and often they were just exaggerated in some cases, I think you'll found it. And so he just thinks he has to stick to his his his political message. But there is a national interest here beyond anybody's political message in a campaign. And what is this shut down costing the US? Well, it's hard to be exactly sure. It depends. What you include? But it's it's costing billions of dollars and in terms of homeland security, for example that agency is fully funded. And also. In terms of productivity. Essentially, the tradition has been to pay people were these gonna sit down even if they net to who are not able to work that is Michigan congressman Sander Levin with WW J's Beth Fisher, WW J news time five fifteen..
"sander" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Article caught my eye there was an article at the new republic and the title is bernie sanders is not the left all right it's an article by sarah jones it's from last week over at the new republic so the title was bernie sanders is not the left his refusal to endorse ices abolition is the latest evidence that he's not the politician that many believe him to be so isn't that just kind of like typical left wing democratic politics where a position now that wasn't even an issue it was it wasn't even a thing six months ago but now if you're not on board with it you're not you're not really the politician that many believe you debate again it's it's like i said with the gay marriage thing if a democrat were were to run today with what obama's position on gay marriage was in two thousand eight two thousand nine two thousand ten if they were to run with that you're like your fascist basically that that's pretty crazy i mean it's pretty crazy that it's the intend years a position that was you know you were the hope and change and yes we can candidate and now you're literally hitler i don't know to me that seems like a pretty stark contrast and so it's it's interesting to try to follow this stuff and see where exactly the party's going and this is why a lot of people have made the observation that the left eats the left and anyway i actually think there's there's a big opportunity in there because more and more people once you're once the tool is that basically you're a fascist if you don't agree with us and more and more people start to be called the fascist they they don't like that and of course everyone particularly there's no better example than you know the the wing of the left that's known as like the social justice warriors but they set up a standard and this is true with more mainstream leftist as well but they set up a standard that like no one can actually live by and then then it's pretty difficult is pretty difficult for anybody to actually rise up to be a hero in in those conditions i mean you think about it with the metoo moment where they set up the standard that basically like if you've ever made a woman uncomfortable you're you're a predator and okay i mean look if the standard is something reasonable like have you ever you know groped a woman or have you ever like forced a woman to do something that she was saying she didn't wanna do or something like that then okay lots of guys can be good guys like well i've never done that you've never done that okay we're good guys but if the standard is you've ever made a woman uncomfortable or you've ever you know like some of these terms that they'll use like like sexual misconduct or something like that well you'll you'll be hard pressed to find a guy who's ever been single a straight guy who's ever been single who hasn't at least at some point maybe perhaps made a woman uncomfortable i mean i've had women make me uncomfortable many times in my life of course we're not like a you know straight men aren't like a a group that has victim status so no one cares about that but of course it's just it's this impossible standard and this is why you know more and more people if they continue this way are going to end up abandoning the left which i think would be a very good thing okay so here's the article once again the title bernie sanders is not the left his refusal to endorse ices abolition is the latest evidence that he's not the politician many believe him to be when cnn's jake tapper f asked bernie sanders on sunday if he wants to abolish the immigration and customs enforcement agency the senator was uncharacteristically vague quote i think that what we need is to create policies which deal with immigration in a rational way and a rational way is not locking children up in detention centers or separating them from their mothers what we need is trump to sit down with members of congress and work on a rational program which deals with the excuse me which deals with this serious issue so okay the only thing.
"sander" Discussed on Almost 30 Podcast
"It's amazing and and it's fragrance free to which you know yeah i think it like throws people off at first maybe or at least for me because i'm like definitely cleaning products should smell like a certain night wears the smell yeah like oh it's not clean because it doesn't smell clean but i dropped that sense because the product works but yeah that's something what about two is obviously bleach you smell it but products that smell seemingly good like you're fresh grapefruit sent or something like that i didn't that that could be also harmful to me as well could you explain or could you like tell our listeners maybe some like products that they are probably using in their home that they should be very weary of because of some symptoms it might be causing or some ailments anything that you've experienced specifically but you don't have to name obviously brands because i think a lot of these cleaning brands are producing a bleach about them cleaner whatever so what are some like alarm bells like that you recommend them getting rid of right away we are very we do not ever namebrand because we always wanted just promote we'll be promote and hope to kind of build it inspire other brands to meet that sander yes but i will say that the cleaning industry unfortunately isn't required to list ingredients on their labels so this move that the you know people are making poor transparency is awesome because it you know intially requiring companies to meet that their own bullish because the government is not you know requiring that so far who really you know us your own advocate and one of the first things we tell people as you know get the bad stuff out you know replace removed replaced restore is kind of the order in which we love to help people create a havens of their homes and so what's remove right we tell people if it has a warning caution or danger anything of those three on the bottle out because.
"sander" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"Being hard on yourself we listen to me for the rest of your life about that is not gonna take the pain away um so why not experiment with forgiving yourself and see where that leads just try it just try this is a happy moment filled out by sander's and she writes i read a journal entry from when i was in an emotionally abusive relationship that's what made me think about this the other one i talked about how loan an anxious i felt with him but desperately wanted him to love me and be with him i literally said my world will crumble and fail without him and i will feel so alone i spoke about how i don't have a group of friends that care i mentioned i couldn't even stay home during the day with my own anxious thoughts because it would destroy me all i wanted to do was live my life but all i could feel was jealousy selfdoubt loneliness and stress stress that i would end up alone two years later i've been single and seeing a therapist this is the best i've been in my life and i cannot thank therapy enough it's been a long journey and not easy to get where i am now though it's not perfect than i feel anxious and depressed from time to time it's a breath of fresh air to what my life used to be like with him the whole relationship was is.
"sander" Discussed on Parenting Great Kids with Dr. Meg Meeker
"Get better it might take a little time it might take a little work but it absolutely can get better if they're willing to make that commitment to themselves and their kids and you've seen enormous transformations in people's lives because you've been doing it long enough right you've seen children who were terribly anxious in the early years grow up and be fairly non anxious adults zach correct absolutely kids were so overwhelmed by their anxiety that they would waste if you will five six eight hours a day being nonfunctional because of it now would say to me because were close and we form relationships and they come into town and like to say hi to me that they might have a little anxiety around the edges three or maybe five minutes noticing things but a little bit of anxiety is a good thing in essence it helps keep us on the right track it helps us modulate things and they get to the point where they are in control of their anxiety as opposed to their anxiety controlling them i love but there and charter there anxiety anxiety isn't in charge of them and it's really shrinking the beast isn't it it's the beast of anxiety the beast of depression or the beast of adhd it's all about helping the the child be in charge of the parent be in charge and shrinking that beast while sander this has been so helpful for me and i really feel like i've learned a lot about anxiety and kids as well and i'm so grateful that you came and educated us because so many times i think a one apparent sees anxiety or worries about in their child it triggers them to be afraid so they want to avoid it and your messages don't do that exactly deal with what your kid has you can deal with it you can help them deal with it and there is excellent treatment and you think you can help them get through this and get passed this and um i just appreciate all your expertise and how beautifully you articulate an advocate for kids so sanders this has just been a wonderful and theory i opening session.
"sander" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Are they have every right to pay you for that and that money that they earned from sales was went when right back into the company and disprove even more advances so so this is kinda wherever center was until relatively recently it was good for small proteins you you had a small protein they could probably do a very good job or a decent job predicting how the chain of amino acids were were would fold into that small protein but the big one so we're really top very difficult to solve and beggar had even said that i wasn't sure whether i would even get there i don't feel that way anymore so let's he ended that with i don't feel that it way anymore so why what at what happened wisey confident even for these large proteins this latest advance i was actually proposed in the 1990s by computational biologists chris sander only recently though has has technology been available to take advantage of his idea which was which was essentially to look at this is really cool he heat said that we need to look at coach devolving amino acids imagine you've got a string of amino acids and two of them are far apart but they if you look at their genetic history they've been evolving together for millennial for or wherever so that if if that's the case then it's increasingly likely that those two proteins when they finally fold together were right next to each other please do it i mean so imagine you've got a string of amino acids it fold and you've got to amino acids that are right next to each other there touching each other and they've been that way for for could be millions of years and so few of mutate one of those amino acids chances are that that that protein could come completely fail and not do its job anymore because those two need to be together when they're not together the protein cannot assume that final shape but if they if they of butane and co evolve that means the it can't continue doing what its its task the of the protein it maybe even a better job than than it's ever done before.
"sander" Discussed on But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids
"And on some people choose something called natural or burial which is where they are buried in the ground with out all of the boxes in the caskets in the coffin and then they their body uh goes back into the ground some people choose something called cremation which has a really big word and it really just means that the person's body that can't feel anything or sense anything any anymore goes into a room that gets really really hot and then after a while what's left behind are things that they often call ashes and sometimes it looks like sander at looks like kitty litter so they'll be about you know the bat about the size of a bag of flour or so of of those what they call ashes and some families will take those ashes on now bury them in the ground or they will keep them at their house in a special container called on earn or they might take them and uh scatter them in different places may be our favorite place of the person who died jenny you mentioned that at something called green burial where a person's body is put in the ground and the body you said returns to the earth and maybe this is helpful to think about wind pets die too often if you have a dog or cat or a hamster you might bury it in the ground and what happens next when you say returns to the earth can you describe that for people so with the natural burial as uh the body doesn't mean we called decompose which is a really big word for that all the different parts of the skin and the the hair in the bones they change and so they don't look the same way and they turn into basically like the dirt just like as you would if you have the leaves the fall off the tree and if you leave them on the ground they also decompose and become soil again one of the wonderful things about that is that's how new life grows new trees grow out of the dirt and and as you said its plants that have died in have gone underground and they become that earth again and so the new things grow out of it which is a pretty wonderful way to think about it.