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The Trish Regan Show
"schober" Discussed on The Trish Regan Show
"That is a good way of thinking about it. You know, I think that's why it's good for people to call you guys. You can go to the website and see the phone number. I think I actually know this off the top of my head because I've said it on the show. It's one 8 6 6 5 8 9 zero 5 6 zero one 8 6 6 5 8 9 zero 5 6 zero. I mentioned that only because Charles and his team are pretty good guides for all of this and authentic and I think one of the greatest things honestly about you Charles and why I like working with you guys is this isn't a sales thing. It's okay, well how do I make sure that I'm set up for my future and it's really just to hopefully do the right thing by investors all the time and nothing's perfect and nothing's guaranteed, but I think I sleep well at night knowing I have a portion of my portfolio in gold. I know I gave my mom the good recommendation back in the year 2000 when it was trading below $300 an ounce to buy gold over the long haul for my kids one day. It's just a good thing for me to have. I see Scott sober is joining us. You got out of your tech holdings. That's very interesting. Yeah, I think it was time because while all the challenges with the current administration and it just seemed like too risky and things in the real estate investment trust very select one seemed to be doing well, not the ones that are paying a whole lot. Of course, it's a little scary. Because I don't know how long the last, but and then as far as crypto, I just, I would run from that. It's just too much risk there for all the stuff because I focus more on the cybersecurity side and I literally report every single day. It's a new crypto and ICO in exchange, something goes under and it just seems so risky unless you have money that you're willing to throw out the window. I would not consider that unless you're somebody that's in the space day in and day out and understand the inherent risks of crypto. It's not as much a crypto as bad. It's probably more the means that it's stored that you're not fooled, so it's not compromised. So unless you're willing to really understand the background of it, I wouldn't say the blockchain is broken or it's insecure, encryption and secure. It's really understanding the whole ecosystem. Unless you're willing to spend the time and money to do that, stay away from crypto just too risky, that's all. I mean, it's a good point. And I think that, look, I got to tell you, I love the idea, right? Like I love the idea. In some of the same reasons, fundamentally why I like gold, right? Because I don't like the idea that the government can just come along and manipulate the purchasing power of our dollars. It feels so artificial and so wrong. And so I've long been just sort of a believer in the philosophy behind this if you would with crypto. But I'm also the realist that says gee, this is kind of scary. And it is uncharted territory, and I certainly don't understand enough of it to be investing. If I did, and I will tell you guys this, do you know yours truly was one of the very first people to ever report on crypto? I mean, this is going way back. I was there live at the time I was working at Bloomberg television, and I dragged my entire crew out on like a Sunday Night, rainy Sunday Night in New York City because it was the first time they were ever going to take crypto as a currency. They were taking Bitcoin. So it was like Bitcoin for beers. You could buy beers at this local nightclub if you had Bitcoin. And I was like, this is, this is history. This is so cool. So we were there. We videoed the whole thing. I talked to the nightclub owner who, by the way, eventually wound up poor guy. Young kid actually like 22 in jail because the feds were all over him. This was in the very early days of this stuff. So it's a tricky space and I clearly missed out because I could have gotten it for like a hundred bucks a coin. It was a big deal when it made that. And yet, I just always said, I love it, but I don't fully understand it. I get gold. Charles. I think you've told me something similar in the past. I think you've said, you know, you like the idea, but it's still rough around the edges. The platform for cryptocurrencies, the Ethereum platform, the Bitcoin platform. They're brilliant. They have many, many uses. I just don't think they're an investment. Not everything that is good is an investment. There are products out there that are meant to be what they are. This is a great vehicle. It does. I mean, what Ethereum does with the healthcare and the contracts and the movement of patient information. It's incredible. But it doesn't make it an investment. That's the difference. Yeah. Now I know. And that's it. I mean, look, gold's been around thousands and thousands of years and sort of stood the test of time and I think it's got a lot going for it in that way. Hey, Scott, it's really good to see you..
The Trish Regan Show
Scott Schober Shares His Thoughts on the Risks of Crypto
"See Scott sober is joining us. You got out of your tech holdings. That's very interesting. Yeah, I think it was time because while all the challenges with the current administration and it just seemed like too risky and things in the real estate investment trust very select one seemed to be doing well, not the ones that are paying a whole lot. Of course, it's a little scary. Because I don't know how long the last, but and then as far as crypto, I just, I would run from that. It's just too much risk there for all the stuff because I focus more on the cybersecurity side and I literally report every single day. It's a new crypto and ICO in exchange, something goes under and it just seems so risky unless you have money that you're willing to throw out the window. I would not consider that unless you're somebody that's in the space day in and day out and understand the inherent risks of crypto. It's not as much a crypto as bad. It's probably more the means that it's stored that you're not fooled, so it's not compromised. So unless you're willing to really understand the background of it, I wouldn't say the blockchain is broken or it's insecure, encryption and secure. It's really understanding the whole ecosystem. Unless you're willing to spend the time and money to do that, stay away from crypto just too risky, that's all.
Not Your Average Gun Girls
"schober" Discussed on Not Your Average Gun Girls
"Don't know how, I know there's autopilot, but you know what I mean, just how accurate away I can't imagine you just like flip the autopilot switch and you just go hang out in the back with your guests. I mean and I just want to know too like he got some gnarly injuries in this show. How do you keep that go on? But do I feel like that's just really do they really endure this? I mean, I know we're talking the toughest guys. That's why they pulled out the buds training I think is to get them to that mental and physical exhaustion to then at that point we are about to break you, keep going. That's insane. Yeah, well, I mean, he definitely did that in the show. So I wonder just how much of it I always want to think, you know, Jack was a former seal. How much of his experiences and his actual personal training was he writing into this story, you know? I mean, just to know what he's probably put his body through and then to be able to write about that. Great things that we're going to ask him. We have a back on the show. I know I can't wait to have him. We're going to have to use our friendship connection to be like, hey, what's up with season two? That's, yeah. Because the way they ended it, I just, I don't know, they haven't mentioned that there's a season two. I don't know, there's like 5 books out right now. So if you start the series, be ready to commit because there's a lot of there's a lot of books. And so we'll see if there's going to be another. So yeah, I'm curious. Besides that, if you guys are listening, well, I guess you can't watch because we're not putting this on video, but had on overturns the conversation and tell us what kind of shows you watch. We're just kind of curious to hear. Oh yeah, I'm always looking for good recommendations and what podcasts are you listening to? What books are you reading? I actually just finished a great book but going back to fiction. I mean, I don't get to read very often. And I started a book last night, I finished at what you read so fast. I'm like, I don't know, I'm just a really, I was a speed reader, but it's one of the girls, so she's in our cute services group, Carmen schober, and the book is called after she falls, and it is an incredible story about a female she was an MMA fighter, gets into a bad relationship, gets married. And then it's like her redemption story and finding herself again. And it's just an amazing strong female character that I just love the book. I just couldn't put it down. So I just finished that, so it's called after she falls.
"schober" Discussed on Car Talk
"Top end than at low RPMs. Even if you've, for example, if you say that idols beautifully. I question his words and on the witnesses most. Actually, I think you probably idols too fast. I think it idols too fast too, and if you lower the idle speed, this problem will go away. If it's doing this and you step on the clutch and shift up a gear it stops. Yeah, if I just give it slip the clutch a little bit, give it some RPMs. And the reason that it's idling too fast is that it doesn't idle smoothly. I'll bet you money. Sour grapes. I'll bet you. He wants his answer to be right he can't accept the fact that I have all the right answers. Drop this down to the prescribed 900 RPM and this thing is going to shake all over the place. No, it won't. No, maybe it will. Try doing that. I'll try it. Not right. Thanks a lot. Thanks for your call. Bye bye. Good luck, Steve. One 803 three two 9 two 8 7. Hello, you're on car talk. Hello, gentlemen. This is Ryan schober calling from Duluth, Minnesota. Hi, Ryan. What's up, man? Well, I'll tell you what, I've got a 1987 cutlass Sierra and it's at 2.5 liter, and what I've got going is I'm experiencing some type of antifreeze leak, I think. It's in the front of the motor. It is in a major leak, but I do have a faint smell of antifreeze in the exhaust, and I'm wondering if it's a serious problem. I've got 86,000 miles on it. Well, officially any other car I'd say it was serious, but I don't think this is now when you say in the front of the motor, what do you call the front of the motor? We all like in the front of the block where the spark plugs are. Okay, that's the side of the motor. That's the side of the motor. But very good. The front of the motor is the what we call the side of the motor. The front of the motor is where the belts are. Okay. Okay, because the crankshaft denotes front to back. The crankshaft runs front to rear. So you have the 83s coming out of the side of the motor. Right. The front of the car. The engine is kind of wet on that side. Okay, now is it closer to the passenger side of the car or closer to the driver's side of the car? I would say it's basically in the middle, but maybe leaning towards the towards the driver's side. Wow, Ryan, this is a beauty. Oh, the problem is there are no hoses in that immediate area. Right. Oh, that's too bad, Ryan. I don't like this. What's bad about? I mean, how much antifreeze have you lost? I would say I've probably lost about maybe a half a gallon in the last couple of weeks or something. Oh, this is serious. How does the engine sound? Well, I took it to a mechanic and.
"schober" Discussed on Take 2
"That's not a strong message for a democrat. Statewide democrat party. And that's that's the part he was leading so if he's if he fought for that and he got the chairmanship and he got reelected and he's tapping out now. It's because it's not just here's one example of the flawed thinking that you bring. That's that's that's that's just go into wishart party chair when into debt and y'all kept him a big tide just not saying republican democrat. I said it's both parties are hard. It's hard line because they didn't he left with a huge amount of debt in a big old expensive piece of real estate. That you guys insist on keeping right in the middle of downtown. But i'll just say. I don't i don't i don't think it's partisan did actually something personal i'm gonna take jeff as face value there. I think it is personal but mostly sick of it over the years. I think that that is not true that we haven't and what would you want to say. Hey i can't raise a dime out here. i'm leaving. He wouldn't say he's not going to say that. I'm just giving you the truth. I'm just telling you. I know how this i know how hard that job is. And i'm not being partisan about it. It's art on political concerns program if you could just yeah. I'm text heidi's lettuce. The truth is clearly. I'm just reading between the lines here. All right report. And what i see greg. You're a busy man important man today. I'm not important. But i lots of steak tonight at the door or would you speak about our next issue. Hold it off. Lets off okay. We've already on fun and people have already had so much fun with us. We can only we tap out at some point. They've had too much. We've had much probably can't handle boys. Do we did what we took the first topic of. Gabby we just talked about that for twenty minutes. We always like to actually. I was ready to know. I was totally discriminated against in that first topic. This was a women's only topic. I wasn't allowed to have opinion. Everyone's allowed to have an opinion because we all have children. We all have neighbors. You'll just tell me and sometimes men are missing too and we put them on tv. All right it's been great had never happen. I hope you have a great happy important friday. Happy weekend to see you and not schober ceiling october. Alright bring your pumpkin. Spice lock everyone..
Behind the Steel Curtain
"schober" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Games. Over a hundred yards multiple touchdown so Slowing down is going to be key. So i'm putting the finger at troll admits for guy that needs a big big game absolutely. I saw that in your article. That ran on thursday for on behind the curtain dot com. Some good sighting steel gates tweeted that out of espn incredible work by waller. Let's talk about him quickly before we get to our game picks it. How if you're a football guy. You're collegiate coach whether you told you offensive line or not. You clearly know about the game of football. If you were defensive coach of any magnitude how are you. Schematically trying to take wallet. Let let me rephrase. I put waller in with a digs. Just like you antonio brown in his prime. You can't stop them. You just wanna slow him down. How are you doing it for the if you're the pittsburgh steelers defensive coordinator so thankfully. The raiders. have a bunch of injuries that we briefly touched on so kennel steelers played a little bit little bit easier in their kind of perspective on depending on what side he lines up on. I would like to have a devon bush. Joe schober kind of shadow him i just depending on what side he lines up on depending on the linebacker that follows him around but then also have a safety over the top. Probably trela admins in this case to let me. It's patrick roman. Who do his thing just being able to have. A two bracket coverage him is going to be key tackling him before he can get rumbling. Basically the key. This one here is we know. Dare carlos throwing the ball out of got nineteen targets and one which i believe leads the entire. Nfl for target. So he's gonna get a healthy dose of the bull his way regardless And he has a six seven frames. Who's going to catch the ball we. We don't have anyone in defense that can cover some new six foot seven it and run with down the field so he's going to catch the ball. The trick is getting him down. Second hands Limiting him to less than ten yards per target. That's that's to be the game plan. Just don't let him beach. Over-the-top going long runs amick mitchell to tackle him when he gets the ball in his hands and be the most you can knock it out of his hands a better but just with his frame and how talented he is. You know he's gonna get his. Oh getting him to the ground is the biggest key nineteen targets. I can't stress how crazy that number is in in the on week. One the steelers targeted deontay johnson. Ten times in some fans are thinking about. That's incredible nineteen times it's unbelievable. Let's talk about the steelers receiving options quickly which receiver and there's well let's pass catcher. Let me throw tight ends into the mix if you were to predate one. Pass catcher for the steelers. That's going to show out against the raiders who you got. This has got to be the week where one of the tight ends kind of explode just the way. The raiders. defense is kind of set up. There's some pretty decent quarterback play but the middle of defense at maybe. This'll be coming out. Party for pat that i think ben only him one time against the bills. I think this a game where you should get a healthy dose of the titans over the middle We know far music. Got to the greater percentage snaps. That tight tatum spot. So i would point to the big rookie. Your penn state having a big game but it really comes down to ben actually throwing the ball. And there's a conversation. Jeffrey benedict and i had no. You're gonna be the steelers. Have kind of get might help rob with having too many targets because it seems ben has to distribute the ball amongst what six people seven people He's got fear on his guys are gonna get the bulk of the targets so i think for the really deserves kind of a good look and a healthy dose of himself against the las vegas raters. Absolutely and i'm i'm gonna go and chase klay pool. I think the clip will prove going up. Overture davis white That really nice catch on the sideline against the bills really opened things up. I think they're gonna do that early and often. Look for chase cable. Have game now. Let's get to our game. Picks i have to recap last week in case you don't know this Others how many do we have here..
The Director's Cut
‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen
"Today's episode takes us behind. The scenes of director lethal tommy's new biographical drama respect. The film follows the remarkable life of the queen of soul aretha franklin from her early days singing in her father's church choir to her journey to find her voice in the midst of the turbulent social and political landscape of nine hundred sixty s america to becoming a legendary international musical superstar in addition to respect ms thomas other direct royal credits. Include episodes of dolly. Parton heartstrings mrs fletcher jessica jones. The walking dead insecure diet land and queens schober following recent screening of the film at the dj theater in new york. Ms thomas spoke of fellow. Director rod blank about filming respect. Listen on their spoiler Conversation liza congratulations. Thank you thank you. I'm saying that as your sister of cinema your former flatmate former golden girl So so thrilled for you and what's to come on this. What a way to begin a career as a film director. And so i guess my first question to you is like what does it feel like being on this side of things now that the film is done and out into the world how do you where are you inside. I feel more tired than i've ever felt in my life. I didn't know that doing the press would be more tiring than actually shooting the film. No one told me that
"schober" Discussed on Risky Business
"I think really in this in this case like the way it's being used now is actually kind of okay. I can't see them on selling this data to data brokers who use it for commercial purposes. But should we have more formal safeguards around it. I don't know i don't know. I just think this olympic long for a while until we can share his some homes which in the case of mobile app data. We can show those harms in. The case of netflix being used by incident responders threat hunters and whatnot. It's hard to make the same case. Right yeah yeah. Exactly like i mean. This is largely data collected by good people for good purposes right on that so who are not who are not doing anything taking subsequent steps steps or car lighting it against other data sets To try to de anonymous people. That's not really what this stuff is used for. Not so he shouldn't he could and i'm sure like any big data center. There's to be some people who use it for the wrong episodes but by and large this this particular kind of underground scene of data sharing for security purposes is really neat. Good underground anymore. The point of the story exactly. Yes anyway Link to that story is in the shire nights and we're going to end without skateboarding. Dog adam. Courtesy of brian krebs at krebs on security dot com. So in two thousand eighteen. This guy called andrews schober Downloaded ethereal bought from like rate it. Because that's a sensible place to start. Your financial plan is back to our conversation about and then he yes. We got charging a theory on wallet. Which would like switch out. The destination address the transfers and then he sends somebody like sixteen. Bitcoin like you know whatever. It was a million dollars where the bitcoin On what he's doing with a million dollars of bitcoin wallet downloaded from read it. But you know who might. A judge Anyway sorry much money. And then he actually went through the steps of getting people who understood blockchain for index and getting some private investigators and pull the thread and eventually identified. That has money being stolen by two british schoolchildren and so so then he writes a letter to the parents of these kids saying. Hey your son. Oliver nicked a million dollars for me. One hundred it was a million dollars now time it was about one hundred and forty five thousand quid. Yes so minimum. Still reasonable money sitting a lot for a school. Good to have nicked so yeah. He sent the parents linda saying. Hey here's all the evidence that your kids stole my money if you just want to give it back all this leave it there. That'll be fine. Otherwise i'm gonna go case against your and yet the parents just like didn't answer so i think eventually now there was a lawsuit and the parents arguing that pasta statute of limitations because it was took him two years to track down. You know two three years whatever. It was to track down because he had done it. And you end up not given the money back like what sort of example you sitting for your children..
Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"schober" Discussed on Pittsburgh's Paranormal Chasing Prophecy Radio Show
"Dress okay. Forty eight double raw. Tell you what the sunday edition to stuff. That one wakes a bonnet shepherd's crook. I work votes and of course. My beard wasn't shave. Them a looked lovely. Wonderful wonderful started in the the mansion and bring people down through the mansion and it was kinda tongue-in-cheek that'd be done based on a mansion. I say i hear something over here. It's very rare. You people never seen anything like this before this is the original eighteen twelve microwave and yeah and some people would actually believe it but anyhow a walking along her sponsor legitimate hans. They're also not walking a at one point in a disembodied voice said here take this and bought my bonnet it off my head in someone caught it like two rows back crowd out of the air at the exact same time that was happening to me. My young son was placed all the stock arm. They had a mock funeral and he was up on the second floor and his job was like dragged change back and forth and make spooky sounds well at crew come through there. You did that then. He stopped dragging changes after trudel up. Well the noise didn't stop in. All the farm utensils on the wall started shaking and rattling previous to that friend of mine at a an occurrence in the distillery. So was talking. She was a writer and we got was. Hey we got to write a book about this place. So we did. We wrote a book called weird westover then by. There's like eight or nine different haunts there and that got me started started up a good seller for now so then the next thing i know i started working on the root. Why did want called the the haunted foothills about the staw. Huntings in the highlands in laurel highlands. I did thirty bulletin and route. Twenty two both design and on says like you ever really Active actually it is. Yeah have you ever made it to the jon benet. oh yes. oh yes Yeah the japanese in my book. And i've i did investigation air. Two genie benet. Has i believe right now. Four active once before they had five the back in the Seventeenth sixty general forbes of teamster who they considered a spy for the other side so back in those days you know. They didn't put him on probation. They hung a now because the guy was known in the area and forbes at a small detachment wasn't media wants to get. He hung him in the basement of the building and then they buried them in the basement floor. Now as time went went on disguise he was his spirit would appear from time to time and people would get the idea that there must be money involved because you know forbes buried this guy and he was buried with account of schober in upon to silver became too on silver then. It became the had gold. It became jewelry. Also kind of stopping and it just fell right into folklore. Nobody believes it. Even though is aren't would appear time-to-time all the family slot. The family watt. jon benet away. Put a real nice upscale restaurant in a basement in order to do that they had to lower the floor. Two feet at a steep sir guy who's been hot in this place for like two hundred years. They dug down and they find his remains..
Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"schober" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"Throw in devon. Bush is going to be back at inside linebacker. They pick up. Joe schober the secondary look solid outside of the fact that you know steven delton spot is going to be vacated it. They're not sure what they're gonna do their In my hilton spot those spot. They're still in the secondary kind of up for grabs other than that. I think the defense could be better than last year. What concerns you on this roster. What part other than the offensive line is there. Another area that you're concerned about for the steelers. Yeah it's dead opposite corner of joe haden we know. Joe haden is joe haden and opposite him. You have to ask yourself. Who's gonna take that steven nelson role so they signed cam sutton to a two year contract this all season. They like what he brings extremely versatile former dime backer in south packages and now. They're not sure he's going to be the outside. Is he going to move in to the interior for the dime like he typically has. Who's gonna fill a nickel spot like the cornerback position. on i it's it's just a glaring concern right now on the defensive side of the ball i again. It's not so much that i think it's going to be a weakness or an achilles heel for dealers it's just it's just not decided yet and it's going to be one of those camp out. It's gonna go all the way through friday night when they go to carolina. Jeff you mentioned carolina on friday. The steelers are one of the two and the cowboys who will play the traditional or old traditional four preseason games this is number four for them on friday. Any idea what the plan is going to be. They're gonna play anybody of note on friday. I wouldn't be shocked if players like on the offensive line gets more repetitions together Someone exact enter that. I mentioned only played twelfth now in week. Three for the steelers. It's only week to the nfl. Preseason he played twelve snaps. Before coming out i would imagine they want to at least get him a couple here a couple of tries to get him reactivated But other than that. I wouldn't expect to see ben rothlisberger. I wouldn't expect to see a joe haden cam hayward and if it's patrick some of the other ones that have been given off the first two preseason games. I wouldn't expect it mike. Tomlin has been very mum on this. He's not willing to say then is going to be out or ben is going to play. He's he's always saying we're just gonna take a day at a time. You know the coach. So i'm not sure what's going to happen. I wouldn't bank on any starters playing if they do for very long friday night. Jeff the steelers have their bye week seven. Those first six games for the pittsburgh steelers one. How do you feel about in to. What's a realistic number of wins for pittsburgh in the first six with the first day everyone talks about the way this season end. I'm a feeler scheduled rightfully so it's kind of like a murderer fail to me. That just makes the first x that that much more important They have to play the six games. Well i would say that. They have to be foreign to at worst in my opinion after his first six. And that's not easy. It's a tough schedule this year. it it can be four and two at the by fans should be happy and then they should be ready to go for post by But then again steeler fans and he talked to bring off the bye at all. They're gonna talk about twenty twenty and other by got all screwed up because of the titans and they're gonna say well who goes of the by. We'll be so that's true too..
Behind the Steel Curtain
"schober" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Maybe isn't the best to covering the tight ends just yet. That's what show here to do. You know we've talked about. Is he gonna wear to green dot. Which is going to be a position okay. He's going to be the guy that can cover somebody. I mean we've seen him pick off base and rudolf. Enough times. That i think and i think bend we be like okay. It's good to have some of this on our side. Finally what what is it with with the green dot. you know. that wasn't a big deal until just a few years ago. Now it's like. Oh they're the they're the head ranger you take out that power ranger and you take out all voltron. Does it matter who we making a big deal about the green dot. Well i don't know. I think it's one more way that we can separate one player from the rest. I think whenever as fans we see a player given additional responsibilities and additional duties. We think it's at the expense of everyone else. I don't think that's necessary the case here. I think this is a guy that you know. Maybe by him having a green dot. Maybe by him having the calls that let's bush just kind of run out there and free lance and hit dudes and ron and just be super athletic joy. I so i don't see it as a shot at the other guys. What i do kind of wonder about is we're gonna shelbert degreen dot and make it all the calls a guy that's been on the steelers roster. I believe at this point four days more than you and i yeah. He's watched about as much steelers footage as baker. Mayfield has so you know. Hey i don't wanna i don't wanna you know. Deflate the air out of this exciting situation. You know joe showboat a guy. We didn't even know we needed a week ago. Now is here to save our defense but look at the conversation on twitter. A lot of steeler fan super excited. But where were the jacksonville fans. It was a lot of crickets coming out of jacksonville as far as this. I don't even think jacksonville new. They had this guy on their roster where was blake bortles. Where was that guy. Come meeting us up at ireland's bar and grill walking in with his blake bortles jersey. Do remember that guy and then when then he switched to to what what what was divall. is that what. That's like the chant that's duval county florida. They go do all yeah. I was driving by ireland's all night. I didn't see blake bortles out there celebrating this. They're crying about the the departure of schober. What's that mean. When i look on social media and i don't see jacksonville crying peep about losing this. I think it's a little bit of a what a team was wanted. Fifteen hundred or whatever they were. They had the first overall pick. I don't think you're concern as a fan. Base is geez are linebackers are struggling in coverage. Like i mean sort of like you know. All my house was reduced to rubble. What a problem it had with the addict. I think it's it's i disagree with just a slight bit. I do think you know what i saw on twitter and maybe even slightly less toxic circles and you but i doubt it because it's twitter is that i think folks were worried about who what linebacker can cover somebody. I mean for lotteries. And so it's not nineteen ninety-seven anymore so you don't need to big dudes just running right at the line and sitting in the box and tackling your two hundred sixty pound running back duty the guy that can cover a wide receiver for a second and a half. And i don't know if we even had that guy before show came in. So i mean it's it's i think it's more like okay. It's almost like we went to a yard sale for like a house that got hit by a fire. And we're like okay. We'll take your painting and we'll give you ten bucks a state sales. I highly recommend it. Look hey don't be surprised. Steeler nation if our linebackers are still getting burnt by whiteouts out there you know. I don't think schober it's gonna come in and run made demand with dez bryant. Anyone out there you know maybe dez at this point bill. Yeah i mean. It was single people on twitter bryan. Yes i mean. I think it's a steelers tradition. Going all the way back to james farrior getting burnt out of the backfield by you. Know a jacksonville running back or if it's going to be a wide out so be it. I just don't think that we're gonna see the kind of success on defense that people are expecting with showed. I think we're still gonna have the same struggles that we deal with every year. I could certainly see that. I was going to say i can get go back even further. I can close my eyes. And i still see alfred papu running through the defense in the afc championship game with the chargers. But i think that. I keep coming like i said i come back to that thing about the second half shelbert can buy them an extra second half. Maybe the pass rush gets there may be. That's anger maybe that seismic maybe that keeps all four guys that are trying to block. T. j. watt may be that opens up that extra space. I think i think that's a bet worth taking because again. I keep sit with the alternative. Spelling wasn't buying that second of the half wonderful interception against lavar. And then i think that was kinda add like explain. Splaine's highlight reel is two plays right now and they were great play. He contributes at still a great little place. You can tell me a motivational speaker with those great place. And you're like dancer dine. Yeah I wanna pivot a little bit. This is still kind of within the deal. But kevin kevin colbert okay. People are just just a deluge of praise onto kevin colbert which you know wholeheartedly deserves every every. But let's not forget that he's not. He's not the perfect. Gm out there you know for every for every you know every schober signing we've had a larry green or who also had a couple of good plays against the bengals but he had honest. No one knew concussion. Thing anyone thrown off. I mean dante. Moncrieff or morgan burnett or blunt. Even bostick bostick. So you know we. There's a whole lot of praise out there. i've seen. I'm trying to find the tweet right now. I saw some some. Some guy was Had bought the a jersey with colbert. Put colbert on it that that might be. That's a bit much. I saw the tweet where someone had made their own. T shirt that said in the style of the godfather. It said the general manager. So there's already colbert. Merged wearing out there. If you if you're out there at the stadium with kevin colbert jersey than you know. More praise to you. But yeah i mean that's but you know this comes off to me a little bit suspicious a lot of this. I don't want to say. I don't wanna say that for a lot of fans that kevin colbert is our white night but there's another partner in the room with kevin colbert. And that's mike tomlin. Certainly who doesn't get the same type of praise. That colbert is certainly getting this month. Okay sure colbert has done. Great deals with. I'm thinking martavis brian. How he dealt him yes. Ab how he dealt how he went with that..
Behind the Steel Curtain
"schober" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"He's better at that are so for me what we're looking at. What steelers debt. As they got an upgrade on roberts blame when it comes to play down and being run stopper they got an upgrade roberts filleting in terms of calling plays and knowing the defense and adjusting to what the at you and they got a guy who can cover and maybe blitz. There's gonna be some interesting things were that we're going to have to see play out like for example. Joe schober was on a terrible defense. Was he targeted less. Because the guys around him were worse than so he was just not the easiest guy to pick on right or roberts. Blame was often hey who he had a target. You're gonna target that backup guy who's never played. Who has you know before last season had exactly one snap on defense and his career so yet he got targeted more are are you gonna see where maybe joe schubert in this defense puts up better stats you know per target. Maybe he gives up fewer completions and so his yards per target. Go down in this year. Maybe we see joe. Schubert is actually a really good blitzer and his his rush percentage in his pressure rates. Go up or maybe we see. That's not a strength of his. And roberts blaine is just a better blitzer. That joe schober. Who knows there are some leeway here that we're gonna have to find out we're going to feel out how schober fit specifically in this defense. Statistically wise like what his productions going to be as he changes roles from from. You know the jacksonville defense to this defense. But really if you watch film. He's very similar to robert splaine. So what you saw the good of robert spilling last year with a little better run stuffing That's what i expect from. Joe schubert this year which is great. That's an upgrade. That's a that's a great addition especially for the for the cost. They got him for so two round out the show into our last little segment here on go through the last rest of the position. We spent a lot of time. Joe show burton inside linebackers. How he fits in devon bush gonna be your number one linebacker if he's healthy. You know there's a chance to steelers really are trying to limit his snaps early in the season because he's not one hundred percent yet i would understand the case or if they just say hey you know what we're we're going to give you a little break. You played a ton last season or give fewer snaps. But he's your number one linebacker eastern over one linebacker show. Joe shelbert is good and coverage but there's people out there saying he's better than david bush coverage in that's just simply not true. Film does not back that up numbers. No back that up. It's just it's not true Joe showers can be number two and he's playing a lot. He's gonna play a lot. He is a veteran of the group. He's going to be that you know the the voice in the helmet. He's gonna be the guy with the green dot he's going to be calling the defense colin adjustments which is good. We need someone who's really good at that. We haven't had someone who's really phenomenal. At that sense james farrior. He might be the best at it. Sense james farrior left and that would be a significant addition to our defense in no other way. is joe schubert. The equivalent of james farrior. That wanted to be clear to say that in case people here that wrong thing. I'm saying joe schober is that good. He's not a but he's going to be the best. Probably you know that that calling captaining the defense. The james farrior dick from a linebacker position. He's probably be the best sense. James farrer left that we have doing that specific job behind him. Roberts he's he's like joe schober and i would not be surprised if they wanna give joe schober to a break. You know it would be probably like in nickel. Where roberts billion really fits in. Well roberts plays a great fit in the nickel defense At at inside linebacker. I would not be surprised to see him there where he can add his blitzing to the pile. Then you have some interesting players behind there. You've got ulysses gilbert the third. You've got marcus allen. And you've got buddy johnson buddy johnson the rookie draft. He looks good. He is more of a thumper he's going to be that guy who can who can mix it up in line take on blockers stuff to run. He's not bad in coverage either at least at the level he's playing now which is kind of the second to third string Players for the other team is what he's been facing and he's shown pretty. Well they're ulysses gilbert. The third loved what he showed as a rookie Loved it his first preseason. He looked dynamic. He got injured. He's a series of injuries. And he has he hasn't really developed and in fact this season you know. I'm still looking for him to get back to looking like that player. He looked like when the steelers had just drafted more. He looked so impressive. I don't know maybe his injuries means he's never going to get back to that ply being that player right now. He's in a battle with marcus allen. Just make this roster bush over explain are gonna make it a buddy. Johnson is is going to be very hard to knock out simply because he is a rookie and he is looking. Really good. Just not quite. Nfl for snaps on defense radhi. He looks like a guy that next year could really take a huge second year. Leap marcus allen. Played really good in very limited snaps against philadelphia. He is not anyone you want to take on a blocker. He is just get swallowed up by blocks but in space and particularly Like a dime back role where he is taking on where he's in coverage on linebackers and coverage in zone. He's really good. He showed some fantastic aggressive defense on running backs against philadelphia When he was in there against a pretty good rookie gain well for For for philadelphia. Who's a good receiver. he did a fantastic job manned up on him really fantastic work. He knows the defense. He's he's got the the i q side down..
Behind the Steel Curtain
"schober" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Same were the players involved and their personalities and how they on the team and all that stuff are involved a you can just sit there and look at their fit They would have been better off switching. Vince williams and joe schubert because joe chauve is a better fit in my opinion to be next to devin bush whereas what they wanted was more of a vince williams next two miles jack. So that gives you an idea. Why joe schubert is a great pickup for the dealers but also not the biggest loss for the jaguars because he didn't fit what they needed. So who is joe. Show over whether let's let's take a look at it real quick right Job has played a lot. He's been to a pro bowl and he's good across the board. There's not a lot of weaknesses when you look at his physical profile right when you look at his size his speed agility if you go back to the combine and look at those numbers. He's remarkably similar to roberts fillet. He's the same height they're roughly the same speed agility He's he was bigger. Then spelane coming out. When roberts plane came out of college he basically really needed hit an nfl weight room. And he'd right. So the difference. Between shelbert and roberts d'alene physically and their athleticism is very small schober. It's a bit heavier on his frame. Still i believe now than than Robert spelane is and that helps him in the run defense when you look at his film and you look at his stats. He reminds me of robert splaine. Just a little stouter against the run partly because he's a little bigger right if you look at their coverage stacks even if you look at their coverage stats from last season okay. Schober played a lot more then. Spelane did He was on the field for five hundred coverage snaps. Okay all this just just a disclaimer. All of these all these stats come from sports info info solutions Through their data hub tool. It's a free tool on the web. You can look that up but Joe show was on the field for five hundred coverage snaps where he wasn't rushing right where he was in coverage he was talking to forty. Two times gave twenty eight completions. Two hundred ninety three yards Came away with three interceptions. And one defended pass roberts blame played significantly less. He was on the field for one hundred. Fifty eight coverage snaps was targeted. Twenty three times gave up ten completions. For one hundred seventy yards had one interception three defended passes. Okay what does that mean. Well we can start with Robbers lane was targeted. Fourteen point six percent of his time on the field. Joe schubert eight point four percent us lane only gave up four point six five yards per target whereas joe shelbert gave up six point. Nine seven They both gave up right around ten yards per completion Splaine just had a much. Lower completion percentage against the shelbert dead. If you combine all of that you look at the non of yards. They gave up per cover. Snap roberts plane is point. Six seven yards cover. Snap joe schober is point. Five nine a little difference not ally there And spelane got two more passes went his way. He had one interception in roughly one third the snaps that joe schober got three but explain defended three other passes whereas joe schubert got to three hundred options and only defended so he both defended four passes. Which means blaine had a much. Higher percentage of targets that went his way that he enter the he. He broke up that he actually defected. Another part of splaine game that is considered one of his best attributes is his blitzing right. He does the. Ceo's call hug blitzing where he's on a linebacker that light or he's where he's a linebacker covering running back in man that running backstays in the block. He transitions into a blitzer. It's also the steelers deal with play action if you watch a play. Action pass and roberts is made up on the running back the minute. It looks like a play act like it looks like iran. He is charging that running back. He's going right for him and when he sees at the play action pass. He's still going for that running back. He's still going and they have to break off into coverage if the runningback changes routes Or if the running back turns to like help block someone else you blitz the quarterback if they turn him block you. Then you're match. You know you try. Beat him in and get in there. But that is how the steelers negate extra blockers when you keep an extra blockers to help block. T. j. watt cameron heyward steph onto it by debris alex smith when when you keep an extra guys to block those guys roberts blamed roberts d'alene rushed on fifteen point one percent of pass coverage of a pass plays. He was in on and he had an impressive. I mean ridiculously impressive. Forty two point nine percent treasury. That's incredible when he did a hug. Litz when he was that guy adding onto the blitz. he got pressure schober last year. rushed around eight percent of past about the past place and had a really good twenty three point three percent pressure rate. That's good splaine's better. So in coverage shelbert is a more proven a more reliable guy. The roberts spelane but if you look at joe schober and you look at roberts fling when he before his injury when he was playing his best. Football of two thousand twenty. You're talking about a very similar player. You're getting a very similar player again. Joe show bert is proven. He's done this year in year out and you may have heard The seals are talking about him wearing the green dot calling the defense. He's that guy that you want calling the defense before like. Oh does that mean devon bush. No it just means. This guy is better at devon bush than that specific skill. call the defense colin adjustment. Seen what the offense is doing. He's better than devon bush at that specific skill and really if he's better than he should do it right. Whoever's the best at it should do it if he's better than bush at that then yeah don't why would you have bush do it. Just because you're like oh bush was are. He's our number one linebacker. Well he's still our number one linebacker. Just joe chauffeur's gonna call the defense.
The Plot Thickens
"schober" Discussed on The Plot Thickens
"Is. I'm sarah vanities wasn't a brian. Depalma picture spielberg knew. It could have been directed by a lot of people could have been made by sydney pollack. Cuban made by robert. Ben bonfire of the vanities could have been made by room plastic slesinger. It could have been made by and each of these people would have made a differently but they could have all made bonfire of the vanities. None of those people could meet obsession. None of those people could have made dressed to kill or blowout or sisters none of them. That is strictly brian style. Brian is stepping into shoes. Can be worn by other filmmakers. And when he does that he's caught up in the machinery of the studio system and he has to live with it. We all do. I live with. Brian signed his contract with warner brothers. He became a part of that studio system. If being a hollywood director was his devil's candy yet figure out how to live with the deal he had made. And warner brothers. Had to live with brian once again. It was the budget warner brothers. Felt they had completely lost control. The costs were adding up for things as small as an elevator. Dick silbert the production. Designer was building one for a scene. The elevator was meant to be in sherman quays house it would open in to his penthouse apartment making that elevator. It costs one hundred thousand dollars. Red crews the lime producer recalled. What happened i remember. A studio executive came to me and said what the effort that you spend one hundred thousand dollars on the of you. Gotta tell dick sheppard. He can't spend the hundred thousands up at that. I said you know what. Why don't you come with me. Why don't you tell dick schober that he can't spend the hundred thousand dollars and i'll be with us. That okay out fend studio executive went and found that Dick we were thinking about. The celebrator is very expensive. And you're gonna see three walls and so and can't you have a fifty thousand dollar elevator instead of one hundred thousand dollar elevator and dick shut. You know not only think about it. You're absolutely correct. There couldn't be a fifty thousand dollar elevator but not in this movie and walked away now in the eleventh hour. The studio people decided they'd had enough. They were to finally put a stop to all the cost overruns. they sent bryant a memo. And then lucy fisher as for a meeting with him to discuss it. That meeting didn't go. Well probably no surprise. When brian told me about it all he remembered was the way it ended. He accused warner brothers of nickel and diming. Kim he said they were acting like a low budget schlock distributor and then he walked out the door but lucy fisher wasn't thrown off. The two of them have fights before. When i asked her about it later she sounded almost amused store. Credit cards does. I'm sorry sorry. Sorry lucius sorry. Sorry lucy jokes that during their first fight. She asked brian for his mother's phone member. So lucy could crawler and tell her what a bad job. She did have how bad i say. Well she already knows plane to lucy. She already knows that that fight might have blown over soon enough but there was a bigger meeting. Brian had to worry about that. Was with the warner brothers. Chief operating officer the c o. He was second in command at the whole company ten days before the movie wrapped. Brian scheduled a break in shooting for three pm. He would have the c o and some other executives over to his trailer on the lot right before the meeting. Amy morris p. a. found. Brian his trailer. He was emptying ashtrays. He called her in and asked her to help. Straighten the place up. Then at the last minute amy's walkie talkie crackled the executives called. They were going to be at least a half hour late. Brian lewis upset. They put all this pressure on them not to go over schedule and now they were making people including him..
Scoops with Danny Mac
"schober" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Kinda back where it was. I started out as a backup baseball right by a lot of games. You still enjoy going to the park. Still the manager. Scrums although at zoom it's been different. Now we're getting back a little bit of normal but you still enjoy the interaction and being at the park. Yes and no Dissolves are good for what they they do on a short term basis. But i'd hate to spend the rest of my career doing that You miss the walking through the clubhouse and just seeing a guy and talking to him just talking to them maybe not even interviewing them this. He had something you wanted to say to. You may have some more you wanted to say to you or you might see a guy. That's by himself. And you thought well this is a good time to ask him about such and such as nobody else's around i can maybe have the store for myself and you don't get those opportunities anymore. You have to do it on the field before the game and nets. That's just recent that's doable. It's better than you know. Turn it in which was done before the game on interaction before the player so maybe next year. It'll be kind of like it was. I don't know if we'll be in the clubhouse again though and that's you have to live without. I guess i don't see you as controversial or a screaming match with player. But was there ever time you walked into the clubhouse pre-game you're just hanging out and somebody said all were you at or did you really write this even larussa who i know. You're friends with me of time or to pick something apart. Were there any occasions where he walked in and a player was really steamed. Yes but if he saw you there. Let's say you'd written something the previous day for the same morning and talk the previous day and he's ready to unload on you but then you can see the wheels spinning you start walking over to him and you think well okay. He's here. I'm gonna i'm not gonna explode. We're going to talk about this. But i'm not going to be ready to them or whatever and ambient generally it ends up like that one time walking into hardest was after a game. I'd written a long story about him for the sunday paper early. August of nineteen eighty five. I think he was already at nineteen months. He was on his way to you. Know twenty five. Twenty eight wins. The forgot their twenty one. I think was is high. And he's pitching sunday game against montreal. Bec- pizza in the sunday paper and way down in it. I pointed out that walking occasionally had some trouble with the boys and blue and on this particular day he walks maybe three or four or five loses a game six two four and after the game he blames me for the empires messing with them and not giving them the calls that he should have had more walks into usually. Had you know not giving montreal credit for having a good game plan or whatever t reels on and on about article i at least i appreciate the fact that either he or somebody read that far into it. Look at it. And this was on for about seven or eight minutes. I'll like expletives and everything just a loading on the not from me but from him all right yeah and the players. Are you know right there that they could all hear it now. They're getting tired of you. Know walking and repeat himself and and and finally jack cart walk schober. tournaments is joaquin. Why don't you just shut the blank up. And and joaquin was kind of afraid of jack clark for was a big man and he shut the blank up right away and that was the end of that and walking the next day they were houston apologize for his behavior. But but that's the only time that i had a real session with them. I had one session with with whitey in a hotel room. One time way way back when when the topic of your temple and came about that was a hot button issue. Of course in the while he was on the team know he'd he'd been traded to san diego needs said something at temple. That's something afterward and why you was all upset. He thought i should've pointed out the fact that he you know he was Why he was in the rehab center. You know that drug related. Or whatever. But i said i can't say that you guys can say i can't say that and the next day forgot about. It was all right. This is one one night. Did whitey sit around. Like after games with the writers would you literally beers and just sit in the office and bs or with am i imagining when spring training especially like that After the game once in a while he off your beer afterward but didn't have much time then during night games especially but he would answer all your questions and if he had more he would answer them again the next afternoon while he was doing his charts he was getting kind of. You'd like somebody to talk to while he was doing his he. He was his own lyrics. Seeped kept colored puck at colored pencils for each different pitcher and worried. Pitch was hit. You know and what the result was out or hit And you can get even better information then weren't many. What was the only one newspaper for the most part. It was quite a pleasant time and He he didn't take note of the fact that the a lot of the scribes. The missouri grow with me during the their stand. Saint louis he says. I you know first night. S a bunch of questions. Growl hamworthy grill. Second night not asking too. Many questions is not before third night. Golf i'm again and come in any questions. I'm asking all the questions you guys do anyway. Meaning were wrong over. The missouri grill was legendary right. That was not just sports like post. Hang right it was For a while it was actually the globe democrat hang out when the global existed and we had a little place called the press box right across the south in the newspaper on the talker. They're actors even call twelfth street then have done and then the globe folded so we ended up taking over. The grill are spot. That was number our spot until the early eighties And you'd have umpires broadcasters and writers and especially the umpires writers kind of formed a fraternity. Because they're all on the all opponent team for the players you know that they didn't hate you but they'd have to like you either you know and you're all sort of on the enemy side. You mentioned the templeton and rehab when hernandez deal went down. I've always been curious about this. How much did everybody know on the outside. It was a terrible trade. Made no sense and whitey for years didn't say anything and then it came out there were drug issues and hernandez talked about. How well was it known even in the media world and was there any temptation. I gotta right why. They made this move. You didn't know a lot of information at that point. When the trade was made you didn't know I guess there was some suspicion and Then as we went along you know hernandez got caught up in the pittsburgh drug dry where it was it was out there who was one of the seven guys. He in parker of dale berra and a few other. Tim raines i think a couple of other guys. I was in that smith at three cardinals center and But you didn't know and and it look like at. I was hoping to trade him for ray knight which would have been a better deal but houston didn't wanna do it. I think he was with houston. Then so it came down to. Neil alan.
"schober" Discussed on Trending Diary
"By this run regulating definitely going to be stock with needs to be more board and courageous than any of the in mind to be the lack beautiful any other trae smart or anything but the virtue of being courageous and war is something. I'm gonna follow by lights. It's gonna stop sign. Keep i. I love that. It's so important. If i can stop you right there if your listeners. Learn nothing more from this conversation today. I hope that they can see two women from across the world who dared to dream and go after their dream with no experience of how to do it except it showing up as a message in our hearts and idea in our end from the lived experiences that we have every single person. That's listening is the richest person in the world. I often say that not having experienced doing. Something is not an excuse to do it with what you have. I have all been said. I'm not a wealthy woman. I just do the best. I can with what it is that i have and that doesn't finances it shows up in a word that somebody other word that we share with somebody. It shows up in ways of just having a conversation like you've created with this platform conversation. Shares knowledge and knowledge is wealth. So the only thing that standing between any of us in our dream is so thank you for acknowledging that that that is what helps us to be. Bold and courageous is taking a chance. If you just that do people around the world with a similar thought. He knew that the similar kind of watch why could non new on you want to share the knowledge. The would so yet. It's so fun talking to you. Same that i just wanna talk forever and ever but we can add to the government. I should say yes. Yes yes so you know you had to walk with lots of sex dot extravagant victim. So how do that healing the indeed process it was in as one of your deductibles mentioned that to raise longing a sense of laugh especially when the lung sex to nunca the dutch heels equal. How do you have your music between through that heating schober yeah so sex. Trafficking is a very complex industry. We can just establish that. I most people that know that. Are they say how old in uae and what can be done in. Sometimes they even ask. Does it really exist. Yes but i think the complexity of sex trafficking is that it's right in front of us many of us don't know what it looks like and it starts from a very very early age over ninety. Picking victims have been groomed through sexual very early age and so yes they become a most land physically new. The act of sex sex is normalized in their relationships and traffickers. They're like bloodhounds. You know what that is the type of dog here in the united states. They can sniff out someone who has been. They understand what to say what to do. What the needs of that little girl or little boy May be. I think i should mention that. Over fifty percent of sex trafficking victims are boys. And we don't give them enough attention But it's a very complex industry. Yeah it's it's an industry that is fed through law enforcement through our government government officials who we depend on to lead our communities. They are involved in sex trafficking. One of these sad stories. I've ever heard in. This country are three pastors of three different churches that were trafficking girls and women from their churches other churches. It is a very complex. Yeah so our spiritual leaders. Our government leaders are leaders law enforcement. Unfortunately many of them are involved in trafficking. But i don't wanna get too far off topic when we talk about the the victim who may be lucky enough to become a survivor and only one percent of all sex trafficking victims will actually be rescued and survived. So wrap your head around that considering the over sixty million girls alone have been trafficked worldwide. So let me stop there just for a moment. That was a lot. The victim who becomes a survivor. The one percent that we talk about. I think that the most challenging part of their journey was not just what they have overcome being rebuilding their life and building. The next chai actor in so what's important in my work with sex trafficking victims as that. I default to the two lessons. My mother taught me. You don't have to be defined by these circumstances and you can become better because of what you have overcome but this has to be more than three words. We have to how they can take these skills that they have learned through their suffering the lessons. They have learned through what they have overcome that. You'll want us to.
The Tropical MBA Podcast
"schober" Discussed on The Tropical MBA Podcast
"And download your back on checkout tropical nba. all right. we're back. Welcome back to the pod. this one came directly from a conversation. I was already having many listeners know. This is the longest. I've spent in the united states. Consecutively since oh seven. Oh eight big judgment for me. And there's a big part of me that just can't wait to go visit some amazing places around the world. It's not just me. It's the listeners of this pod. that's in part. why were hosting our first event. Since the pandemic started in mexico city this autumn. So i was on the phone with an old friend who happened to be in mexico city and who was helping given us his insight onto what venues will be good and what neighborhoods party venues and all kinds of stuff and we've got on talking about business and lifestyle and the permanent travel lifestyle and all these themes started coming out in the podcast like how he started from a service business then prototype. Is it a bit. And now he's running a software product business with big upside. And i was just having so much fun with this conversation. Said hey jesse would you might call me back. A few days and flip it on the microphone of. Can we do this for the podcast. And he agreed so so happy to bring this one to you. Today's guest is jesse schober. Someone i've known for a long time and met many wonderful places around the world. He's been a fulltime nomad with no permanent home. Living out of airbnb for over seven years. Now so we're gonna talk about. Why not only he finds. Its nomad life so appealing but also extremely practical in the second half of the show. But i and what we got started with it went. Turn out to be really interesting for those of you. Running services businesses and looking for ways to progress into product because this realm jesse has walked that hard path of sort of being stuck in services not really stock but it was really good and how he finally made that transition onto a path that has the potential to be much more profitable. Jesse is the co founder and ceo of dropping blog which is sas platform that allows users to put a blog on any website. That was not built in wordpress. So if you run a website on lead pages were shop. You can use drop in blog to host a blog on your site now. His background is as a developer. But he's got chops in a lot of other areas. As you'll hear jesse has to founders whom. He's worked with over many businesses over the years and they have around ten members of their remote team all paid hourly. So it's a pretty tight operation. So i started out by asking jesse about the journey that brought him to where he is today before dropping.
1 MORE STRONG-CAST with GODZOLA
"schober" Discussed on 1 MORE STRONG-CAST with GODZOLA
"But That's kind of what i've decided. I'm also all. I'll throw in the fact that I care about your friends and family that joined you you know They should not be suffering on in the heat and not have access to beverages or something else to do potentially or even a chair so you know as a family man myself. I think about okay. What if my wife and two kids were here. If the answer is no they would leave the competition and go somewhere else. That's not great and less. You're saying they are going to the beach and having a great time and they know exactly when you'll be back and so they will come back then. I'm like all right. We're good yes. They might not care about all the other athletes but if they can predict when their father or mother is competing or best friend And watch all that excellent mission accomplished. Yeah i definitely should absolutely love love the show at from the ethical athlete standpoint. Young with the white from the spectator in week oppo. Ui schober the youtube videos. Share that watch him so from from every angle. You're really you're really doing a great job with we really appreciate you. Do thank you i. i'm enjoying it. It's a lot of work. But it's also something i enjoy otherwise it wouldn't be doing it. Yeah you ever get upset. Sometimes you compete. You know i'm trying to get Back to the strength. That i i was before because Back in two thousand sixteen. I actually was pretty competitive But i got to focused on other people's training and really didn't focus on my own so i'm trying to get back into it I don't think i will ever be competitive enough again to compete at masters. That's not going to happen for me. And the one. Five zero also ridiculous. I'm just happy that You know occasionally these guys will want to train with me and my garage and You know i can hop in between sets as hosted..
Jay Anxious Podcast
"schober" Discussed on Jay Anxious Podcast
"And that destroy me that destroyed. People are gonna live man. That's life that's going to happen. Yeah no i know. And i learned it after that right and i think if that were to happen to me again it wasn't hurt me at least not as bad but right there right there and then when avian even think about friends something important if it was really a hard hit i understand what you're saying you now value friendship via you. You have a lot more friends or what. What has happened with that yet. Well so i. I think friendship is not the biggest the most important parts of like self improvement and all these things in my opinion however if these important for any like burst onto cup social circles right relationships and the thing is that i used to be so social unit. Were that idea and even consider like you know. Everybody would go to each other's houses like three times per week and i would never go to anybody's house and they wouldn't think these weird like i wouldn't even think about it but then it was like no. I need a better social life if a to become better because i need these new experiences and be if i want to to have friends and i want to have girlfriends and i well. Yeah just if if. I want more experiences. I need more friends that just eat the logic behind it. Sorta like last year will like before current about us. Iv the more things with friends than like i need more plans with friends. And all the other years of my life combined. That's interesting so you just took a much more value friendship. And how's that helped you I think it was great. Like i'm a really graphic person. So i don't really connect with most of the people my age Schober just going with them to parties and and having fun and doing silly things and talking about. I know girls or or jokes or whatever even if i cannot connect a lot to that. It's really something fun which i appreciate. It makes life you know. Just beat moore interesting. Yeah absolutely. I mean learn what people and just interacting with the people that actually makes life more interesting point of the whole thing right.
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Race for No. 1 pick in 2020 NFL Draft: Joe Burrow to the Bengals becomes the trendy pick
"I just don't think that Joe burrow necessarily says the things that he said being a little wishy washy about committed the bangles before this and that all goes away because of the scouting combine his want to throw gasoline on the fire eight maybe he again maybe he wants to challenge we had Carson Palmer on the show radio row Superbowl week he said I was gonna get drafted number one overall people told me don't go to the bangles there losing organization I said I've got I'm good enough to change it there he said look looking back there was a youthful arrogance about me I thought I could change it I realized I learned I could not so perhaps Joe burrows in the same boat but perhaps Schober also is getting other information or other direction from his father his dad played professional football his dad played football in the CFL his dad has been a football dad it's distinctly possible is dad knowing the ins and out of an NFL career or a pro football career says you know what you don't want to go to the bangles and let's get you somewhere else which is exactly what Archie manning did so this is no slam against Bengals fans of this city of Cincinnati you know they're no worse or better this is no worse or better than many other cities in the NFL this is simply about can you trust the ownership namely Mike brown to support you to build a winner Joe burrow is the best quarterback in this draft by a long shot he's the best player because the numbers he put up last year he's also the best back because of two ways injury Joe burrow in a quarterback league is the best quarterback in this year's draft so you know he's got some leverage there and does he have faith that Mike brown who is renowned in the NFL as a cheapskate does he have the faith that Michael brown will do enough that we had to go on the show late last week and he absolutely was adamant that the idea the narrative that the Bengals don't wanna win is silly just look at the playoff berths that they made the playoffs seven times under Marvin Lewis and that if you make the playoffs that many times and you draft as well as they do which they do draft very well then you shouldn't be criticized for not trying to
Is Trump abusing his power over the judiciary?
"This is news in focus where we offer our insights into the stories that matter before we go any further. I want to address today. Sentencing of a man Roger Stone Roger Stone. He's become the sentencing of Roger Stone. A LONGTIME CONFIDANTE DONALD TRUMP for lying to Congress obstruction and witness tampering was mired in controversy. Over how the. Us Justice Department handled the case under public pressure from the president. Mr Stone received a forty month sentence whereas prosecutors had recommended that he serve up to nine years. This followed seven cases of presidential clemency for White Collar criminals whose convictions included extortion fraud and lying to White House officials. Yes we have commuted. The sentence of Rod Blagojevich. He served eight years in jail We have Birdie character we have Mike Milkin. Who's gone around and done an incredible job? Offer is the independence of America's judiciary under threat. Or as Mr Trump simply using the powers a lot to him on the line with me to discuss this is ed loose. Us National Editor and columnist and Cottam Schober US legal and enforcement correspondent. I let's hear a clip from president trump taken. Just a couple of days before stone sentencing. Just so you understand. I chose not to be involved. I'm allowed to be totally involved. I'm actually I guess the Chief Law Enforcement Officer of the country but I've chosen not to be involved but he is a man of great integrity. But I would be. I could be involved if I wanted to be man of integrity he is referring to is the US Attorney General William Bar but is this credible given the tweets he published before the sentencing of Roger. Stone got tell us first about the case of Roger Stone which you've covered for the F. T. Who was he exactly? What was his crime? And was the sentence particularly lenient for this kind of case. Roger Stone is a flamboyant veteran political operative in the US. His career goes all the way back to working on Richard Nixon's election campaign and he has basically been the person you call as a Republican presidential candidate. When you want to get your hands dirty. He called himself a dirty trickster and he is an expert in this sort of Makir side politics in the two thousand sixteen election. He was a sort of informal adviser to Donald Trump. And one of the things he was trying to do was make contact with wikileaks. When it became known that wikileaks had a trove of hacked emails from the Democrats to use it for political gain. The thing that he was convicted of is in two thousand seventeen when Congress began investigating. What exactly went on to twenty sixteen election? The House Intelligence Committee called on Mr Stone and asked him about some of the comments he had made during the campaign and Mr Stone lied to. Congress about who is intermediary was or who he was referring to when he was talking about having an intermediary allied when. He said that he didn't have any documents or any written materials or any taxed of his conversations with that intermediary. The sentence he eventually received was actually probably pretty in line with what other sort of white collar criminals convicted of lying to. Congress or the government have received the key issue in his case was he had threatened a longtime friend of his who was also another witness. Basically saying don't contradict my story and those thrashed included threatening his dog for example the key issue at stake was whether he was serious about that and whether therefore has sent should be jacked up significantly because he had made violent threats and eventually the judge took the view that although it was serious that he'd made violent threats. The person that he had threatened didn't actually feel like they were going to experience violence. Ed Tell us a bit more about Mr Stone. And the history of his friendship with the President and whether you think Mr Trump's tweets constituted interference in the judicial process. Yeah as I said. He's a flamboyant dirty tricks. Who GOES WAY BACK TO LATE? Six hundred seventy trump maximum in the late seventies. He was introduced to try but he quickly hit it off. They shed philosophy of you know playing to win that no method is invalid. Never apologize never explain. Stone set up with couple of other people are very well known lobby group in Washington. One of his clients was trump who was seeking tax breaks a casino. He was setting up in Atlantic City. And really they've been great friends since then so the ties between trump and stone go along way that very deep and they're often allegedly nefarious in terms of the League outlook from this. I have no doubt that trump will seek to podcastone fast opportunity. Trump's on the Guy Senate acquittal spring cleaning of his administration ruthlessly seeking out anybody who isn't very very loyal so to get rid of weather that Meghan appointees the civil savage. Anybody perceive does slightly disloyal. Not Enough is being pledged. Loyalty is a hugely important hugely. Important thing to trump and stern has shown loyalty he has not. He is not divulged things that have damaged the president. He's showing toughness. He's been very Trumpian in how he's dealt with. Franchi's accused the judge me by of being a biased judge which she's rejected this very trumpian and I have no doubt that it will culminate in at some point. President trump pardoning Roger Stern question about what trump actually did part of the reason. Roger Stone was so controversial. Was that line prosecutors involved in this case we're uncomfortable with what Mr Trump and the justice department we're doing. Can you explain that to viewers and why it was such a problem so there are four prosecutors who secured Mrs Jones conviction trial so the trial team? They filed their sentencing recommendation which was seven to nine years which there's no bones about it. That's a serious sentence for anybody to serve and then that evening all of a sudden early hours of the morning so after midnight trump tweets calling it a miscarriage of justice. He says this is unacceptable and Lo and behold the very next day the DOJ which is the US Department of Justice DOJ officials. Start saying that they agree that the sense would be unwarranted and adair kind of reverse it. The following day afternoon we see all four the prosecutors quit the case including one of them actually quits his job at the DOJ entirely and subsequently a new sentencing recommendation is put forward. Which says we'RE NOT GONNA ask for a particular sentence but it ought to be far less than seven to nine years. The idea that four prosecutors would quit a case. All at once is astonishing and it was a very serious and important moment and DOJ his trip shook the DOJ. It was a very dramatic moment in Washington and the question then was was doj senior leadership. William bar the. Us Attorney General. Was He reacting to an order from trump or was something else going on now the lion that DOJ has stuck to is that there was a miscommunication between the US Attorney's office in Washington DC and between main justice headquarters also in DC? But they're separate offices. Basically Mr. Barr says he was not expecting to see a seventy nine year recommendation. The new prosecutor brought on sat at the sentencing that the prosecutors who filed a recommendation that you good faith and thought that they had been given approval to do so and so Mr Bar said listen. This is not about trump. This is about. I think that that sentence was appropriate and I was not told about what was going on. The important thing here is whether or not Mr trump explicitly ordered the attorney general chains recommendation. It's still gets to this question about how our friends of the president being treated in their cases now it's pretty common across the US for federal prosecutors to request tough even harsh sentences. That's not unknown. You don't often see the attorney general weighing in to ask for lighter sentences and certainly DOJ policy at the moment is to prosecute people to the fullest extent of the law to secure the longer sentences possible so whether or not Mr Trump's tweets were an express order to Mr Bar that he followed a whether he was acting independently. It still gets to this question about if your friend of the president. How are you going to be treated by this? Doj while we're on the subject of Friends of the president. The other thing that happened last week was a series of presidential pardons for White Collar criminals specifically several that have connections to Mr Trump. I talk about Michael Milkin. What did he do and why does it matter that he was pardoned? Michael Milkin is to people on Wall Street a hero. He effectively invented the junk bond or high yield bond market in the eighties and then he was brought low by prosecutors and the SEC and eventually guilty to securities fraud and nine hundred ninety. He served about twenty two months in prison after being initially sentenced to ten years. Ever since then he's been rebuilding his reputation. He's a philanthropist. Now has the Milken Institute and for a long time people on Wall Street rich and powerful people have felt that he was prosecuted unjustly and deserved a pardon. The other person. Mr Trump pardon rod blagojevich is perhaps less of a popular figure in any area. He was the former Democratic governor of Illinois and was prosecuted for trying to extort a children's Hospital for campaign contributions and also trying to sell the vacated Senate seat of Barack Obama when he became president his case involves some quite lurid wiretap quotes. Where he talked about Mr Obama's Tennessee. Being a very valuable thing with various explosives and that he wasn't going to give it away for nothing. The fact that these pardons came just a day or two before Roger. Stone's sentencing is pretty mistake -able signal of Mr Trump's power to grant clemency. Whatever case that he wants so prosecutors can go after his fans and associates. Jerry can commit crimes. Judge can sentence them to however long they want ultimately. Mr Trump has under the constitution the pardon power and that was a pretty stark exercise of that pardon power on the eve of a close friend of his being sentenced. Ed Do you think we're gonNA see more interventions this spy trump perhaps related to the Mueller probe into Russian interference in the election. People like Paul Manafort and Michael Cohen. Who Manafort I think would definitely be a case for another pop and I would be very surprised if Michael Cohen Without Him. Because Michael Cohen Tablet Trump describes a rat in that inimitable. Kind of multi language that the president sometimes uses Michael. Cohen testified to Congress very damagingly against president. Trump's he's considered to be a tax cut. The thing that links you know all these Haden's whether it's Michael Milkin Rod Blagojevich Obama Carrick. Us police commissioner who was the security guard incidentally for Rudy Giuliani. The thing that links all of them is that they're pretty well connected people who've committed white-collar crimes and who have upbeat through Fox News. In some cases that Bregovic wife spoke on Fox News. He carrots by on Fox News to capture the president's attention and I think the pattern is again very trumpian thing. It's it's about. People who trump identifies with he feels as acute. Did he feels. He's fatty toxic at he. Identifies WITH OTHERS. Who fit that description again though. The role of connections and of mutual friends and a Fox as dishing platform for pardon. These are very common. There's a pattern here. How big a cause of concern is all this. I mean it's trump's use of the pardon power markedly different from other presidents will Clinton famously on his last day in office Rich Hedge Fund billionaire and friend of the Clintons Madonna to the Clintons and that caused a lot of bad blood. Clinton was heavily criticised for intervening on behalf of a friend and it stood out and I guess the reason I mentioned that is it. Was Fatty unusual. It's now completely normal. Trump has happened many many people who under the inventions of us? Pardon history wouldn't ready quantify so I think he has changed quite dramatically and just to add on. There's an interesting historical link year. Another controversial use of the pardon power in the past was George H W Bush who infamously pardoned a whole swath of former officials who are indicted in connection to the Iran Contra Scandal and bill bar the current. Us Attorney General was back then also attorney general and so Mr Bar He had pushed not just for one. Pardon of Caspar Weinberger. Who was the former Secretary of defense? He said listen. If you're gonNA pardon any of these people you have to pardon all of them. I think his quote was in for a penny in for a pound and so you may have the curious historical echo if MR trump loses later this year of his attorney general at the end of his time in office being the same attorney general at the end of George W Bush's time in office advising him on. You know who to pardon before he leaves Hamas all this been received in Washington and then around the US do people care. It's been received as many other actions by president trump being received with a high temperature reaction inside the Washington. Beltway and shrug outside the GNOMES that being trashed here in a row very significant look at the powers of the presidency. The procedures the the president uses before he acts and the conventions so that being shredded caused great angst in Washington. Dc across the political divide and almost badly registered a ripple outside of Washington. The same of course applies to impeachment. It really didn't resonate much isn't resonating match in the Democratic primaries. In places like Iowa New Hampshire and so I think this is far far lower. It may be it should be different than ideal while but it registered FAFA LOA on the vote says right of than than even impeachment.
Kimbrel closes out debut with Rizzo's help, Cubs beat Braves
"You may save for craig kimbrel and his cubs debut as a nine seven win over the braves at wrigley the radio fishery called up from triple eight today he retired the first two batters he faced in the night then allowed to baserunners but he got freddie freeman to grow to anthony rizzo for the final out tyler chat would gave up six runs over five but the cubs rallied back jason hayward went two for four with three r._b._i.'s kyle schober and victor carotene each went deep that was the cubs final home game until the all star break they had to cincinnati tomorrow cole hamels to get the starting to cubs lead in the central remains at one as the brewers beat the mariners four to to avoid
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It's time to talk about Bryce Harper and the Cubs again
"How how do you. Guys think Bryce Harper is going to be received at, Wrigley field demont Open arms yeah right open people? Boom But, like. What are. You About the crowd. Yeah no I don't think is there a lot of booing? That comes from cub fans. I, don't think. To Bryce no it's, not it's, not Ryan Braun Right of course I don't think so I'm not sure but it's a question how much does the. The Wrigley field crowd to her. When you're not there not? There how much I know. If he word was Hayward of last year and Harper walked up to the plate I'd better, get a standing over you know what I mean like they'd be more welcoming I. Haven't actually a post running tomorrow. Morning where like the hype of Harper to the cubs I, feel like it's died down a, little bit the outfield's better than last year Harper's batting average not. So. Good I feel like the circus was, last year more than this. But, if they, sign Bryce Harper you can do a lot of with those outfielders move some guys yeah and that's how you get. A. Pitcher, you'd unclogging a. Little bit well you know my feeling I think they're going? To trade Russell and changed. The, dynamic of. The core that. Way Bodey seems to be for real hard whatever that means for real as a major leaguer, Harper's been a lot better? Since the
Tim Conway Jr.
‘Frasier’ Reboot Being Explored By Kelsey Grammer & CBS TV Studios
"And friends of those were believed to be, at risk of an overdose should carry it David. What a great thing that is that. It's available over the counter I you know there, should be more responsible medications available over the counter like that we sometimes we. Put medications, behind a pharmacist lock and key that don't deserve to be there and sometimes we don't put medications behind I've pharmacist, lockin that do deserve to be there but, Narcan available over the counter is a great thing for just this reason I mean it's very possible. That this young woman Demi Lovato who. Struggled with sobriety who's been. On and off of the wagon and even as she's, talking about being sober. Apparently she's had quite a ride as so many people do show many people who struggle with sobriety she very well might not be here we're not for the fact That her friends had the Narcan so they were able. To administer, it this as the overdose was taking its effects and chimps their all in that world they were able to know, that they needed to do something now look, I'm surely not plotting that situation you could say what they shouldn't be in that situation to begin. With we're they're their overdosing like that. Well of course you're right But they are show at least having the Narcan. On a hand helps take that situation to a place that has. Greater safety associated, with it wow really something just a a great great ending. To, that, Demi Levato story and they say. That she was not completely sober for the six years she's been struggling. That, she has been on and. Off, of the sobriety show It's a struggle everybody I know and I'm sure it's it's probably. The same for you all of us know people who have struggled with this It's never, really over, they say it really, isn't over for a reason because you have to continue connected to that community that keeps you. Sober my pal I think has been sober. For I want, to say he's, been sober for forty, years and he still regularly attends. The meetings he's also supports others who have similar struggles I, told you I think one night about the fact that I used to work with someone who had been sober again for I'm going to say twenty five thirty years so he had struggled for a time he's, going gonna tell you must've been fifty for twenty five years he said it was so bad he was an alcoholic so. So bad that and. His desire for alcohol was so powerful that when he'd go over to people's homes and advertise the fact that he was. Schober and, turn down, any kind of liquor, that was served he'd go into the bathroom of the hosts home and look for any kind. Of perfume because perfume has alcohol in it And he said and I just used to spray it in the in the air, and sniff it and try to breathe in as much of it as I could I mean that is a chemical addiction And that speaks to the power of these addictions I. Mean think about that so I and we all have stories and some of them are heartbreaking stories. But the, the point is these are, these are serious. Addictions that that play you for. Your entire life so oftentimes the. Kind of vigilance, you need to make sure that you don't fall back into it I mean that's the kind of violent you need vigilance you need for an entire. Lifetime and, and so there you go Demi Levato at least there's, some there's some. Good news out of her world. Guess who's coming back to TV Kelsey grammer and. Frazier could it be CBS is looking at. Bringing back Kelsey grammer with Frazier I. Mean there've been a bunch of revivals right they, will and, grace has come back Murphy Brown they're, talking about bringing back Roseanne as you know I mean I understand they faltered a little. Bit but, they came back to record, ratings and they are, looking at a reboot of Frazier and again Kelsey grammer will play Frazier And del fill-in I guess some, of the other spots look you have to look at Frazier and remember that John Mahoney. You played, his father has passed away But he's meeting with writers. Kelsey grammer, as and they're all pitching different, concepts for. The follow up to the. Series David hi peers. You played his brother he's kinda onto other things too I mean I suppose. For the right money you can you can, rally everybody back Jane leaves Peri gilpin you remember everybody associated with that series ran for eleven seasons Yeah that that's kind of a sleeper it was it was. It. Was a, behemoth back in the. Day right and then it's just. Kind of, it's right there below the surface, as one. Of the most successful shows. Ever and it has. A ton of Emmys for writing producing I mean it's been You know it, can compete toe to toe with any other sitcom that. Way, all show the writing the writing. On that. Was sharp. And absolutely brilliant absolutely brilliant in fact I'd. Have. To I'd have to look back at maybe it might it might have been one of the at least in terms of the ninety one of the first sitcoms to. Maybe take, itself seriously And. By that, you mean well, it just because the writing was so sharp you. Know that's my that's my interpretation of, it and said you know what we. We're going to go above where you mean that's smart Yeah yeah yeah Yeah we'll get the low hanging fruit every now and then, because come on it's on the tree while there was a lot of they did a lot of visual stuff and and he even talked about the influence of Jack Benny on his his comedic style and on. The show itself but I hear. What you're saying it was. Very. Smart show absolutely, and you know he went on to produce some. Shows, he, produced Girlfriends is a Frazier is a Kelsey grammar. Show so as, a producer he you, know he's done some stuff and so if anybody can pull. This together it's, probably Kelsey grammer and apart from David apart from John Mahoney. Everybody's still around so they could probably get a going all right so. Watch for it, maybe at other device near you Frazier. Fund the reboot with Kelsey grammer Thompson ever Conway KFI AM.