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AP Sports SummaryBrief at 3:11 a.m. EDT
"AP sports I'm David Schuster the New York Yankees move to an amazing 34 games over 500 Monday night with a come from behind 9 5 victory over Oakland Elsewhere American League Gary Sanchez had three hits a home run and four RBIs in Minnesota's 11 one round of Cleveland Toronto down Boston 7 two Texas defeated Kansas City ten to four LA edging Chicago four to three in Baltimore over Seattle moving to the national league Paul Goldschmidt had four hits in St. Louis's 9 zero shot out of Miami Colorado blanked the Dodgers four zero and Washington got by Pittsburgh three to two Off the field Major League Baseball handed out a total of 12 suspensions as a result of a bench clearing brawl Sunday between the angels and the Mariners LA manager Phil Nevin getting the biggest suspension of ten games From the diamond to the hard court Kyrie Irving has decided to opt in with Brooklyn next season at $36.5 million while John wall who recently negotiated a buyout with Houston he plans to sign with the LA clippers I'm David Shuster AP sports
Darvish returns to Wrigley, lifts Padres over Cubs 4-1
"Scoring three times in the 8th inning the Padres broke a one all tie and went on to defeat the cubs four to one Eric Hosmer had a big two run double in that 8th frame as San Diego pulled into a first place tie with the Dodgers in the NL west We certainly know the significance of each game But at the same time I think it's just worried about us more than anything Worried about the way we play the game worried about what we're doing on the field and all that stuff And you know if we stick to the stuff that we're good at we believe that we'll be on top of those standings at the end of the year J cronenworth chipped in with three hits as the Padres snapped a brief two game losing streak on the mound you Darvish went 8 strong innings striking out 7 as he picked up his 6th win on the season against just three losses David Schuster Chicago
Gonsolin, Smith, Bellinger lead Dodgers over White Sox 4-1
"Tony Gonzalez allowed just three hits over 6 innings as the Dodgers snapped their three game losing skid beating the White Sox four to one Gonzalez walked one and struck out 5 while upping his record to a perfect 7 and O and lowering his ERA to 1.58 Offensively the Dodgers runs all came on homers with Will Smith Cody Bellinger and Trey Turner all hitting their 7th round trippers Johnny cueto now zero and three suffered the loss for the White Sox who had their three game win streak snapped David Schuster Chicago
Kopech, Pollock lead White Sox to 4-0 win over Dodgers
"Michael kopech and four relievers combined on a 5 hitter as the White Sox shut out the Dodgers for nothing Went the first 6 innings allowing just one hit with 8 strikeouts picking up the victory while lowering his ERA to 1.94 To be honest I've tried to not look at my stats the entire year My dad was telling me that my stats were good a couple weeks ago and I was like dad listen I know I talk about this So that they respect them and say the same to you Offensively the Sox scored all four of their runs in the 6th frame with former Dodger AJ Pollack coming through with a pinch at two run double before Jake Berger and Reese McGuire had RBI hits In relief Phil bickford suffered the loss for the Dodgers who have dropped three in a row David Schuster Chicago
Goldschmidt homers, runs hit streak to 25 as Cards beat Cubs
"Scoring early and often the Cardinals crushed the cubs 14 5 in a Friday matinee at Wrigley Field St. Louis hit 5 home runs on the day including two by Corey Dickerson I try to enjoy the game No matter what But it was a great team victory We battled the plate and got it going It was a good day overall Paul Goldschmidt also went deep his 12th round tripper on the season which runs his hitting streak to 25 games Tommy Edmond had three hits and both Goldschmidt and Nolan Gorman drove in three runs for the cubs Patrick wisdom had a pair of hits including his 12th home run and he drove in four on the day David Schuster Chicago
Morel hits sac fly in 10th as Cubs beat Brewers 4-3
"With the game winning sack fly as the cubs defeated the brewers for three and ten innings Jason Heyward scored the winning run and then the cubs dugout came out to mob a very happy morale He's amazing This moment for me My first experience woke up So he's amazing for me Thank you God for this moment My family my country but run over Mercedes And I'm so happy Wilson Contreras added a pair of hits with Mark leiter junior picking up his first victory since the 2017 season for Milwaukee Jason Alexander made his major league debut going 7 innings and Jace Peterson had three hits which included a triple and a pair of doubles David Schuster
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Nuggets beat 76ers...2 losses in a row for Lakers
"AP sports I'm David Schuster a lot of great performances in the NBA Monday night none greater than by Minnesota's Karl Anthony towns scored a franchise record sixty points as the Timberwolves defeated San Antonio elsewhere Trae young had forty six points in Atlanta's win over Portland and rookie Evan moblie had his high of thirty points as Cleveland defeated the clippers other winners Denver Charlotte Golden State Sacramento Toronto and Milwaukee baseball news San Diego shortstop Fernando tatis junior will be out up to three months with a broken wrist Oakland dell first baseman Matt Olson to Atlanta Cincinnati traded Jesse Winkler to Seattle and Mets pitcher Jacob to Graham says he will opt out of his contract after the upcoming season thus becoming a free agent and go off the much delayed and weather played tournament Players Championship went to Cameron Smith who shot a final round sixty six and picked up the three point six million dollar first prize and in hockey Lawson Crouse had a hat trick in Arizona's five three win over Ottawa I'm David Shuster AP sports
Dan and Mark Meadows Know How to Thwart Cancel Culture
"We're talking to Mark Meadows former chief of staff to president Trump former congressman from North Carolina is an upcoming book called the chiefs chief check it out available on pre order and don't worry So I'm not going to let them cancel here We're going to have you back in the day the book's release or that week I am if they cancel you in one spot we'll just push it to another spot for sales It's just a beach ball underwater So don't worry about that There's no chance That means a lot And honestly the publishers Dan you get this The publishers I went with actually had been canceled from two of the biggest publishing houses Kate hartson Luis Burke Simon Schuster and another well-known publisher had been canceled And that's why I went with them We're not going to let the left win So with Friends like you I can't help but succeed Yeah I mean listen anything they cancel I just create an alternate tech platform I mean they tried to cancel us by demonetizing us on YouTube I got involved with rumble you know they booted us with Twitter I went over to parler that I heard people get canceled for books I started a book publishing thing So I put my money where my mouth is I don't know what that surprised me a bit So thank you for being a friend to the conservative movement
"schuster" Discussed on Michigan Policast
"So because of the centralization of efforts in the ability of caucus spend unlimited amounts of money. That sort of effectiveness matters much less than didn't pass. Let's try to put it into perspective. Numbers that people like me understand. That don't have multiple commas and things like that for a state house of representatives district is about eighty five thousand people total including children. What is the most expensive race going to cost in. Twenty twenty two. If twenty twenty gauge in two thousand eighteen we sort of had this astounding explosion of cost where we had a a single house rice. That cost more than one point. Five million dollars and this is totally unprecedented. It almost seems insignificant. Now when you look at what happened in twenty twenty eight races cost more than that is twenty. Twenty two is any marker of this or is a continuation of this trend in spending increases. I don't know if i can rely we gauge exactly. How much money is going to be spent in the in the top ten most expensive races but the fact that we seen this very this huge concentration of spending where the top ten races cost more than the other one hundred district's combined. I think speaks to the relatively few number of competitive districts in the state and so i think another factor complicating this prediction. Right is the fact that we're getting new legislative maps. And i know that sort of the hope. The idea of the independent citizens district commission is ever going to produce more competitive maps. But i think that remains to be seen. And i think a lot of that and a lot of the way. The spending is going to be distributed. Because as i said before a lot of these financial resources have become centralized and then are distributed somewhat strategically a lot of the concentration of spending is gonna come down to how many competitive districts are and sort of. What's the powers. Abc as a strategic way to distribute those resources in hopefully emerges majority. And then you could head into that ballot proposals some that. Make it to the ballot. Some don't but a lot of money is being spent on those seems like more than in any time in my memory even twenty eighteen voters not politicians. We spent about fourteen million dollars and that was by today's standards almost nothing right but for about pickles. It wasn't extraordinarily extrordinary. Amount of money remains to be. So i think that really the deciding factor in these proposals is whether or not making touch on issues. That activate national resources again speaks to the nationalization of our politics. If you can touch on an issue about proposal that people are fired up about on a national stage. You're able tap into enormous amounts of millions and millions of dollars that are can be levied towards sort of making these goals happen. That is exactly what happened with. Voters not call titians where they got an enormous almost eight figure contribution from a dark money entity the sixteen thirty audits Really propelled this to success. I don't think it would have been unlikely that. The ballot proposal past had not received this money but it really was sort of an enormous. Were chance that they had to deal with or had. We're able to use in the final weeks of the campaign so in terms of belco spending in the upcoming election. It's all come down to content and whether they can engage those national resources. Simon schuster from michigan campaign for network. Thank you so much for joining us. Remind us again where people can check out your reports by all of our reports are freely available out paywall on mc fm dot org. We are readers supported organization and line your donations..
"schuster" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"And shuster all superman stories. I yeah now. We won't go into how jerry onto righty but show just act their their character. Funny man failed. Joe eventually started drawing underground saito saito and new york. He on the streets and homes. It's heartbreaking now. This is nine hundred. Sixty schuster was living on long island with. He was reported earnings. His lowlands Also trying to pop art serious comic strips and hope to finchley to promote a one man show in some chic manhattan gallery at one. Point worsening eyesight prevented him. Drawing he worked. As a deliveryman order to earn a jay robinson schuster had delivered a package. Dc embarrassing. He was summoned to the ceo given one hundred dollars and told to buy a new coat. Finding up by nineteen seventy. Six schuster is almost blind Nursing nine hundred sixty. Seven the superman copyright renewal siegel a second lawsuit which also proved unsuccessful in nineteen. Seventy five siegel wants public campaign in which shuster participate protesting dc comics treatment. After the association of american editorial cartoonist presencia robinson was involved in the along with artists. And he'll adams both of those names should. If you don't know go look jay robinson same school due to a great deal of negative publicity over the head of the affairs. Ambi has of the upcoming superman movie d. c.'s parent company warner communication reinstated. The byline trump thirty years are the pair received a lifetime. Pinching twenty thousand dollars eat later increased to thirty plus health. The first issue with the restored credit was superman. Three oh to august of seventy six. Although schuster was now supported by a lifetime stipend for dc comics the debt in close to twenty thousand by the time of his death after he died these commissary to pay his unpaid debts in exchange for agreement from his heirs to not challenge owners. Were superman now. The interesting part is joe is never met and i did some extra digging because i saw one place state was from reading the book super waste just doing some extra research. He was never married. He had known he had nieces and nephews from his brothers in that extended his family he himself had no wife and it's very hard to his stories. Schuster died july. Thirtieth nineteen los angeles congestive heart failure at seven old in one thousand. Nine hundred. five dc honorees in the fiftieth anniversary publication fifty. Adc of course you made in. Toronto or schuster was born. St joe way as named on september tenth twenty thirteen dumb a love letter. Cleveland murals were unveiled on orange blossom. The press building near the west side morton homage to seek her a more avenue. Cleveland's glenville neighborhood was eight his art with our ever inspire others. If you just look at what. Joe created strong Very i would say the smile on superman. Face is just unprovoked. That is the character that is so anytime gun argument who claim to be super end fan and this is how the character this superman. This is how he shook. I'm like i don't see that in joe's if you wonder the character goes to adjusted that that is the most true aesthetically you can get up the character. It's amazing how much the man of steel has changed since that first drawing looking at it here. The smile on superman space but it's still super super-rich or different the belts a little. The shield is really different. The cape is read. There's no symbol on the back but there is a strong man. A how amazing and heartbreaking would have been to be next to jerry. Now in fact there's just the where the character had gone since the pump. What it meant. I highly recommend reading the book. Super voice on it gets a lot into tobel. The highs they rode for good really working them and it also gets into the low is art is forever culture a lot i know either. Do i wish. I had the artistic knowledge. Express more background with a skill. To dive into the han. Say for a kid grew up and saw those two day is to thank you joe for everything. You've done happy birthday..
"schuster" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"Now it's important to note notice if you think about the origin history of superman. We won't get into the religious background. And i can agassi of character. Michael useless did a great conversation piece where he talked about the creation of superman. And the fact that it's a moses store before it was a christian story that it's kind of be today now his phone his father ju schuster grant Rotterdam tailor shop is mother. Ida had come from the ukraine. His family including his machine lived in bar. Hearst oxford importance treat who attended racer son and lonsdale public schools. One of his cousins was comedian. Frank schuster team wayne. He also had a brother named frank. As mr future. Workers in paper widely star daily star. The family barely made ends me and the budding young artists would take the paper of anything he could find. Here's a quote. I would go from store to store in toronto and pick up. whatever they out. One day i was looking to find a bunch of wallpaper. There were unused leftover from some job. The backs were blank naturally. So as a gold mine for me and i went home every role i could carry. I kept using the wallpaper a long time to run on sometime in one thousand nine hundred four when schuster was nine or ten his failing to cleveland ohio the their schuster attended glenville. High school befriended his late collaborator. Writer harry siegel with whom he began. Publishing a science fiction fanzine called science fiction seal described his friendship with the similarity shy excuse me similarity and shyness. When joe and i first met it was like the right chemicals cooker oposite ask you from listeners. Have you ever felt like that. Like a creative in berkeley. I've played in bands before and knows the history of the podcast for awhile. I didn't have a co host who filled in and she did a lot with because people originally were who into me backed up on store. James in that was awesome became. My co-host was crazy. As for as long as this podcast. James has been on most of it. It's very rare to episodes. Seems so having two people come to his. It's a spark. It's an amazement that are covered in music hearing is due senior singer and songwriter taurus and saw singers bears. Who never happens so back to the do a broken the comics. That major malcolm dixon's national allied publications too few become dc comics working on the land mark new fund. The first comic book series consists solely original material rather than debut. Here's swashbuckler vala. The super crimefighter doctor calls and both of these were in new fund in one thousand nine hundred to intervene. Publishers future nate. He said the two samples trips were not the ones been able chile. Publico was drawn on mount wrapping the other. Strong the wallpaper proof and just like that. It's incredible but dc did say we like your age we drives but please copy over the story and good so i got my mother. Father unbiased paper. The first drawing paper. I in order to these stories properly. Dc comics. I find interesting about. This is my mother and father to the money. Also i roy. I do appreciate fact that the company to submit it properly said nope and not a really telling him on. I do you find it interesting that they were working for comics. It like they weren't doing anything in the minute. Superman won't go into the whole run of the superman the fanzine publication of that. But we will get into that So shuster modeled the here. Douglas fairbanks senior and modeled. His alter who clark clark kent on a combination of harold. Schuster himself with the name. Clark kent derive from restart clark game. Kent taylor lois lane was modern. Jim carter model hired by schuster which jones story is part of the heart. His schuster light joan. He hired Bellator would go onto mickle in nato siegel and shuster then begin six year quest to find a publisher tiling the character superman. Think about that with all their worth doing comics to have this idea that it's being rejected embraer. Slamming bradley addtional ally. Public publicans did not superman was purchased action comics number one and they were given. I think what would amount to around two hundred dollars. It's sad will cause the sell out seller are a part of our soul. Need when superman first appearance happened superman's alter ego clark kent work star named by schuster after toronto employer schuster said he modeled the cityscape of superman's home city metropolis on that of his hometown. When the comic strip precision the company personally changed the navy planet. Now it is known that seal shoes had several lawsuits of how the character was buoyed in forty six near the end of their tenure contract reduce super ten years. They're basically life achievement they the newer state supreme court that the publisher had validly purchased the rights to superman bought. The first superman story single had transferred all rights to Judgment found the right. Super boy however belong to siegel in which sequel and schuster pay ninety four thousand for the rights to super bowl in the duo written agreement in knowledge. The right super lunch afterwards. The company removed the byline.
Washington Post's Jeremy Barr Publishes an Incoherent Piece on Mark Levin
"Are they great? Relationship. With the top brass at Fox. I don't know. Uh, the Murdoch family. I did meet Mr Murdoch. He couldn't have been nicer and by the way, really smart. Um, really sharp. Suzanne Scott. Absolutely Bryant. Very decent, very kind really knows what she's doing. I go up and down the ladder. It is one of the senior people said there. I Don't cause them any problems. Of course I don't I do my job, Whether it's with West with one and cumulus here behind the microphone, whether it's with Blaze TV in the living T V show. Whether it's On Fox, Whether it's with Simon and Schuster in the book that I have coming out. Next week. I do my work. I do my job because what I care about is you the audience, but I'm not going to be muffled because Some clown at The Washington Post named Jeremy Bar used to write for the Hollywood reporter. Right, Very stupid, incoherent. Bizarre pieces like this. Now, based on the input that I heard from many of you. You actually liked this story because he paints me as this independent person who's not going to be silent. So he gets that right? But here's the thing. Excuse me. Nobody's trying to silence me. Nobody is trying to silence me. Not one point Maybe there was a little bit of this when I was campaigning for a friend of mine who was running for office. I think that's the only time maybe there's one other one with a different company that But unrelated to Fox. So there's no problem whatsoever.
Apple Music Announces Spatial Audio With Dolby Atmos
"We will discuss. Monday's announcement that apple music is bringing industry leading sound quality to subscribers with the addition of spatial audio with support for dolby atmos. I'm very passionate about using lossless music as i have a national radio show work music. Quality is important. I have addressed lossless music in previous guests. Which are available at mac. Minutes dot be l. u. b. r. y. dot net. Let's discuss apple's announcement. Starting with spatial audio spatial audio gives artists the opportunity to create immersive audio experiences for their fans with true multidimensional sound and clarity apple music. Subscribers will also be able to listen to more than seventy five million songs in lossless audio the way the artists in the studio these new features will be available for apple music subscribers starting next month at no additional cost oliver. Schuster apple's vice president of apple music and beat said apple music is making its biggest advancement ever in sound quality. Listening to a song and dolby. Atmos is like magic. The music comes from all around you and sounds incredible now. We are bringing this truly innovative and immersive experience to our listeners. With music from their favorite artists. Like jay bauman gustavo doodle ariel grinding maroon five casing. Musk graves the weekend and so many more subscribers will also be able to listen to their music in the highest quality with lossless audio apple music as we know it is about to change forever. He finished
"schuster" Discussed on Homes and Hops
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"schuster" Discussed on Homes and Hops
"Yeah because then. Who is your marker forever like you can't easily swap parties mean. You can't as a voter register however you want. It doesn't matter you can change it up every time they. It doesn't really me all the time and like i think it was like the last thirty years. Young's has voted in not not the city of your accent but the area was our buddy roy. Senator roy who's a republican. He used to be like hardcore democrat though he but he is a hardcore company. The also that's the other thing which people do and they and they don't they don't take it lightly making those decisions going to the other party side but typically if you do wanna make change and you have your objective in front of you and you try to and is beyond just i mean. Nobody wants to run for office. People want to be in office and do the things that they wanna do to go through the process of being a candidate. I mean i would never ever want to be a candidate. Physician researcher be profile. My book would be. We've had we've had he pulled as is again and i let will actually people on the council right. How did the township like the leaders have have asked us or come to us or head. People kinda digging. He would make their meetings so much longer than what they already are. We had a council guys. Ao loops running for township. This is why he's doing all we she's running for township and that's why he keeps stirring the pot and that's why he's doing this chaos because i was like i don't want that job for a because those people are limited. Delake you you come with this idealism of what you wanna do and everything and then you go into the position and then you have a bunch of people. Then saying oh. Sorry you can't do that or in order to do that. Then you need to change this law you need to change this regulation this restriction. Everything is not i. I appreciate them. All because going into that role is not the red tape of gone. Anything minds struggle. That's one of the reasons why i don't work at retail banks anymore. We have our own office too many loop through. I was just like too many hoops to jump through..
"schuster" Discussed on Homes and Hops
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Skilled Creative: Helping Brands Build Best-in-Class Voice Programs With Brandon Kaplan
"Brandon. So tell us. I'd love to hear about some of the things that you've done with your company. Some of the really creative stuff that you have have built and maybe even talk about some of these cases if he can some of the some of the really cool things were going on sure. I mean so When the company started doing a bunch of different technologies so we were doing voice. computer vision. Augmented reality you know. We were doing a computer vision in vending machines for pepsico where we could see. Like what different demographics were vending different flavors on these machines. We have seen that. Like men over fifty were vending vanilla beverages and everyone over a yet under twenty was was bending lemon with their pepsi. Really interesting and rejection mapping in hotels in new york city and you're doing chat bots voice and in about two and a half years ago. I completely shifted the agency. One hundred percent voice because i felt that Voice was really the only tech. That wasn't that wasn't an activation is really shifting consumer behavior. Since then we've been purely doing vote and we've been working with really cool clients. We've actually done quite a few quite a few projects with pepsico We've done some voice activated kiosks on college campuses. That engaged with college students During during finals month that was really fun. Motivational talks through vending machines. We we've done like really cool lifestyle experiences for pepsico We worked with meredith corporation's. Been one of our best partners and we've helped to launch a series of experiences for them so we launched all recipes into market. we launched entertainment weekly We just launched a really exciting project with health magazine. that's called my daily mindset and it's a fourteen day a affirmation so i think right now needs positivie so it's fourteen day Day and we put so much creative care love into that. It's a great experience and we we've also launched with a real simple real simple relax. Which was another meditation experience. We've done things with fan wall like interactive betting with fan duel. We've done simon and schuster rarity. Now we're working with The nba one Group in a couple of other media companies. So we've we've always been largely focused on media and entertainment and then cpg. Those are two areas of the industry. That are going to gain a lot of traction in the next six twelve eighteen months and where we have more of creative of flexibility to play
"schuster" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Acted like clowns before going up against the highest state of them before going up against Cleveland. And I help people last night. Tell me we'll do to play great 13 receptions, 157 yards and a touchdown. When you had those comments, you gotta win the game. That's the only thing that matters is winning the game when you said the Browns is the Browns And, yes, the stat line was nice in the second half in the first half when they were down 35 to 10 in the game is basically over. I know a guy little bit close late. You just missed used to have two receptions for 14 yards. Not the best moment for judges, Ms Houston Big bed. He was emotional after the game, crying on the sidelines along with Pouncey Big Ben says he still enjoys playing football video. Enjoy. The guys missed the fans this year. Obviously, that's a big part of this game, and we've got the best fans in the world, so I need to apologize to them for her tonight. Rough for my teammates for the way I played very disappointing and I hate it for our fans ahead for my teammates, but what I do I so enjoyed playing this game for for those reasons. I think Ben will be back. I would not blame benefit is going to retire. I don't think Ben is the biggest problem in Pittsburgh. But I don't think he'd go into Super Bowl anymore, and they have no run game and who knows who's gonna be back at wide receiver next year? Just Miss Schuster may not be back because he's got a number one wide receiver. He probably wants number one wide receiver money. I cried for who was taken over for Kevin Stefanski as Kevin's advances of sitting in his basement No. One allowed in the basement with coach the fan ski. He should be back for the Browns Games up against the Kansas City Chiefs. Because a covert protocols Well, Mike fright for says that diversity the Browns went through made this team even stronger. I think because of the adversity and was iron sharpens iron right so because of the adversity That we've had this year. It's made us a stronger.
Simon & Schuster drops book by Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley
"An ardent supporter of president Donald Trump has lost a book deal senator Josh Hawley says he's going to court to get his publisher to go through with plans to put out his book the Missouri Republican is objecting to Simon and Schuster's decision to spike his book the tyranny of big tech in the wake of the deadly insurrection at the U. S. capitol by pro trump supporters all the calls that decision or well Leanne and an attack on the first amendment for its part Simon and Schuster says it's pulling the contract after seeing the disturbing deadly insurrection as they called it at the U. S. capitol and the publisher says it takes a dim view of Holly's role in what it calls a dangerous threat to democracy and freedom I'm a squirrel's Gabriel
Steelers vs. Browns - Game Recap
"The cleveland browns. Two thousand two. The last time this franchise was in the playoffs but they beat the steelers yesterday's and they get in and dan. They started out running the football with nick. Chubb that power. Run game with nick chubb. You see that offensive line. Kind of changing. Denting the line of scrimmage and then chubs depth pig playmaking physical and not between the tackles but also got big enough speed and baker. Getting don is looking for tight. End up ten nine on first and goal in the third quarter this afternoon. Yeah the fact that they went back to this he missed it in the same play gets his is. Backside finds often prefer touchdown. No ben in this game mason rudolph way had some good moments. And then he had this one really good blitz packet by the browns defensive drop myles garrett into and then that safety to sit there like all right. Don't leave the ball mason. Rudolph shoots turner for this defense. Need mental switched sides on the field because it went to the fourth quarter and then it went to jarvis landry and the browns were up twenty four to nine not love this play. Call you kind of get. Landry sideline to sideline and you handed off for the touchdown. And then finally you get the ball out of pittsburgh's defense something that chase claypool done. So well look at his ability. Go up kind of contest for that. Catch over jumped. The fence and back touchdown pitchford. That made it twenty four sixteen and then under two minutes to go in the game and this is juju smith schuster and all of a sudden. It's twenty four twenty two dan. How about the two point conversion you gotta make sure at some point. This guy's got the opportunity to go high point of all scrambled around. Give them a chance to go get his hands on that. Football fewer still had chances stephen. Carlson somehow manages to come up with this on side kick. he's eighty nine cleveland. There for a moment there was kind of between the wickets. If you know what i mean. But he manages to hang onto it. And then dan baker mayfield runs with the first down the isis. The player not love the play call by defense came look at the emotion from baker mayfield. You don't kind of representing that city. Just look how much it means to him to finally get that done in cleveland. Good for him good for them. The browns are in the playoffs. The afc wild card round will kick off saturday.
Browns end playoff drought, survive late Steelers rally
"The Browns are a playoff team for the first time since two thousand and two following a twenty four twenty two win over the AFC north champion Steelers Nick Chubb added touchdown run Baker Mayfield threw a TD pass and the Browns hung on after taking a fifteen point lead in the fourth quarter Mason Rudolph's two yard TD pass to juju Smith Schuster with one twenty three left pulled the Steelers within twenty four twenty two but Rudolph badly overthrew rookie chase Claypool on the two point attempt before the Browns recovered the onside kick the twelve unforced dealers in eleven and five Browns will meet again in the playoffs this weekend I'm Dave Ferrie
Next in line for California’s COVID-19 vaccine? Teachers and first responders
"The corona virus pandemic continues to rage across California, but there is some hope on the horizon. Vaccines are going into the arms of medical professionals across southern California, and more doses are on the way. His KCRW's Matt Dillon Reports. Governor Gavin Newsom announced yesterday that educators could be among those who are next in line to get the shots as frontline. Health care workers continue getting their first round of the vaccine efforts to inoculate those living and working in long term care facilities like nursing homes kicked off this week. Next up. Newsome says teachers could join other frontline workers like those in food distribution, childcare and agriculture along with people over age 75 as part of the second wave of vaccinations, he's hopeful that phase could begin by as soon as January. Grand Schuster, the president of the Anaheim Secondary Teachers Association, tells the Orange County Register he appreciates the focus on educators. However, he says the lingering question is whether or not school districts will require teachers to get the shot. Expects that conversation will be had in many districts across the state. California Department of Education says it has yet to receive distribution plans. Officials estimate more than 260,000 doses of the vaccine have already been doled out by the end of the week. California should have received nearly two million doses from Fizer and Moderna. KCRW. I'm Matt
Steelers rally past Colts to end skid, lock up AFC North
"The Steelers are AFC north champs after turning a twenty four seven second half deficit into a twenty eight twenty four victory over the colts Ben Roethlisberger overcame a month long malaise to throw for three hundred forty two yards and three second half touchdowns as the twelve and three Steelers ended a three game skid the second half of this but like we're able to kind of get into a rhythm first downs and put drives together he gave Pittsburgh its first second half lead since December seventh by hitting juju Smith Schuster from twenty five yards out with seven thirty eight to play the ten of five calls allowed just twenty eight yards in the first half before losing their grip on the final AFC wild card berth I'm the ferry
Herbaria with Director of the William and Lynda Steere Herbarium, Dr. Barbara M. Thiers
"An honor to have you. How about we start off by telling everyone a little bit about who you are and what it is you do. Okay name is barbara tears. My title is patricia k. Holmgren director of the william. Linda steere herbarium of new york botanical garden herbarium. The garden is the second largest in the world. It has almost eight million specimens and it has been in active force implant research. Since in founding the institution the late eighteen eighteen hundreds. And what we do there is we add specimens to this survey. Remember here we also make them available as loans or as we allow people to come visit. And we also are digitizing the specimens at a fairly fast clip with thanks from funding over the last decade. Or so actually more from the national science foundation. So that's my job. I have a staff about thirty people and one of the things i do in. That job is a fair. Bit of public outreach. In the way of giving tours of the herbarium over the years to writing people local students to the general public houses. Our collection isn't like a museum in that it's open to the public. The this all behind the scenes so we let the public in occasionally but really just for a few days at a time and also then for people who might wanna help right about or support our herbarium. So it's through really through the the the tours that i'd given over the years that i began to really think about the herbarium and how to talk about it in a way that would interest people because on his face. It's a collection of dead plants and it doesn't sound very exciting however i've been really heartened that Especially in recent years. Maybe with a heightened understanding or appreciation of the environment of worry about climate change that. There's been a lot of people have been a lot more interested in this aspect of science. It's not the glamorous part it's where we store the research results you know that others have published upon and we have to store them forever. it's never ending. They absolutely have to be maintained. Forever and It's it's hard to do that. It's hard to keep the funding to keep the staff. It's hard to keep the collection up when you have so many but it's it's an absolutely crucial aspect of the scientific process. This is where the the the documentation of the plant. Biodiversity research is located in terms of my background. I sort of grew up in a herbarium. My father was actually a psychologist studied. Fungi and started their barium at san francisco state university and all my childhood weekends were spent either collecting mushrooms or it was the season than Often to get me out from under foot from my under my mother's feet my father had become to the herbarium on a sunday afternoon and help him do things. Like lou label. Simple jobs it. I got more complicated. And he gave me a little bit of money for it. So i was. I was happy to do it. And i did that for years. I enjoyed in good. I became a teenager and i was so interesting. And i i didn't I didn't want anything to do with our barium or my parents or anything but Somewhere my college years. I actually found my way back. I just seem to me that my father and his colleagues his students all just could hardly wait to get up and go to work and make new discoveries every day. They were so passionate about what they did. And i hadn't really come across any other community where people have that kind of passion and i wanted to be part of it so The focus of san francisco. State was on fungi. Although there were people working on lichens and other groups but one group nobody was working on. Were the liver words. The had paddock's thought they were too hard and apply they're not a terribly rich flora in california so they weren't always even very easy to find but they intrigued me so i began to kind of teach myself What could i made a lot of bad identification. But i graduate but i grew to really love these little organisms. They're they're tiny. They're beautiful all sorts of falls structures to their leaves and so forth. And you just feel like when you look at the the microscope you just kind of entering a miniature world Which is just full of beauty. And then i went on to grad school. I was able to convince someone to let me study with them. rather famous man rudolf schuster who wrote the mammoths treatment of the bryant of the hypocrisy north america. He was actually a horrible mentor. But that's okay. I still got my degree. And i was lucky enough to get a post doctoral position at the new york botanical garden. Right out of grad school. Once i was there i knew i never really wanted to leave. So that's that's kind of story mike.
"schuster" Discussed on Esports Minute
"Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Juju Smith Schuster just launched an Esports organization. I'm a dream is the Sportsman it presented by E Sports Network. Juju is one of the most active traditional sports players in gaming in Esports. He joined Drake and ninja along with Travis Scott during that famous fortnite stream and his work closely with his clan over the last few years today. He announced team diverged. The new organization is described as a gaming entertainment and lifestyle company based on that and it's athlete owner the Oracle likely be trending towards the faith content model and not a purely competitive Focus team diverge is also claiming to be the first athlete LED gaming entertainment and lifestyle company. And I guess that depends on how you categorize that type of company wage. The plenty of e Sports organizations are owned by athletes Verizon echo-fox are two big ones plenty of soccer players, including David Beckham kind of also have organizations and so do a couple of other football players wage. That's not even including all the athletes who invest in orgs most major organizations have at least a couple athlete backers some like energy have a whole roster of All-Stars regardless. This is an organization Page look out for right now. The plan is for the org is to recruit athletes musicians and other celebrities, then they plan to open a gaming house and twenty Twenty-One and that will certainly be a hub for some really interesting content for now. They've been Fielding any teams in major e sports, but they do want to put together a group of players to compete in gaming tournaments. I'm imagining they're aiming it like war zone and fortnite Pro-Am or something similar to that Juju is also keep a relationship with basically an intact according to an E Sports Observer article. Although it's unlikely. He'll be continuing to work on any clothing lines like the one he did with phase now that he has his own Esports organization. Juju is one of the best examples of how athletes can use gaming to build massive Brands. He's active on all social media platforms that has over a million subscribers on YouTube over a million followers on Twitter and over three million followers on Instagram his twitch and half bath. Either a lot of that growth has been Thanks to his active presence in gaming circles as well as being a damn good NFL player. Of course,
"schuster" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is fresh air and if you're just joining us my guest is Simon Schuster he is a European correspondent for time magazine he's based in Germany but he's been spending a lot of time in Kiev and has been covering Ukraine and Russia and the ways in which they tie in to the impeachment and curry server is most part of the gas and energy sector in Ukraine and you've written that the gas sector in Ukraine is notoriously corrupt to to to of Rudy Giuliani's associates eager freemen and left Parnassus tried to have a business relationship with Ukraine's state gas company nafta gas and freemen and part S. have been indicted for allegedly violating campaign finance laws what are their links or what links to they try to have with you cranes state run gas company nafta gas they had this ambition to somehow get involved in the energy trade between the United States and Ukraine essentially they wanted to ship massive amounts of American liquefied natural gas to Ukraine which would be very lucrative business if you can manage to worm your way into it we're talking you know billions of dollars in the way they wanted to do this you know according to the reporting that's come out and officials enough to guess that I've talked to including the CEO the way they wanted to do this was by replacing the leadership of nafta gaz with a set of people who would be more amenable to letting them in essentially giving them some kind of preferential deals even though they have basically no experience in the guest trade allowing them to participate somehow set up a company that would facilitate the sale of American gas to Ukraine now officials here that I've talked to in the gas sector see very clearly that they rebuffed these guys immediately because they have they have no clout they have no experience in in the gas sector and then with these individuals allegedly tried to do is essentially get the senior leadership of nafta gas fired and try to install a new set of board members who would you know help them with their with their business venture so while seeking these gas deals in Ukraine Freeman and partners were also helping Rudy Giuliani to pressure the Ukrainian government to open investigations into Biden what what what what do you make of those two things happening at the same time is there any evidence of any connection it's it's a really tangled web I think there there is evidence of of connections you know certainly the these two pursuits were happening in parallel they're happening at the same time and and they're happening with the same players you know the same players who were in Giuliani circle were pursuing these political investigations and they were also pursuing profits they're pursuing gas deals and it's hard to say at this point and I think this will come out and in the future through you know journalistic investigations or maybe other investigations it's hard to say which was the priority for them were they pursuing the political agenda and sort of trying to make some money on the side or did they actually come here to Ukraine looking to make money but they were using the political aspect to essentially help them open doors in Ukraine they were they were dropping the name of trump they were dropping the name Giuliani and they were trying to be politically useful to both of those people in order to help them open doors too profitable business deals here in Ukraine no I'm I'm sort of a gnostic at this point but I'm inclined to think that the profit was the a primary motivation it was Giuliani involved in that profit making scheme it's not yet clear I I think the room the reporting has suggested that I mean that this is this is a tough one because Rudy Giuliani has has categorically denied that he you know was was seeking these gas deal that he was involved in the the gas ventures that his two associates were trying to pursue but I think you know there's there's a lot still to uncover about that there are executives of nafta does the state the gas company in Ukraine who are testifying to investigators in the Southern District of New York and there's been a lot of reporting in the Wall Street journal Bloomberg and elsewhere those investigators in the Southern District of New York are also looking at Giuliani's business dealings in Ukraine and elsewhere so I think there's still a lot that's going to come out about this but at this point it's it's not clear what if any of financial interests Giuliani was pursuing in the gas sector in Ukraine my guess the Simon Schuster Europe correspondent for time after we take a short break we'll talk about trump allies and the Ukrainian oligarch Dimitri Firtash and how their interest began to merge last summer and John powers will review portrait of a lady on fire which when the screen writing prize at Cannes in may I'm Terry gross and this.
"schuster" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Yeah ladies and gentlemen couple of things I want you to know because you participate in these things I just got word literally during the break we will be on the New York times bestseller list for seven weeks in a row number three now it's really unheard of you know Libyan turning was on The New York Times list for six months but those days pretty much over so we're almost a two months now with three hundred sixty thousand copies the books hard cover so for sold and it's quite remarkable and I want to thank all of you who have participated in this and we will continue to press this right up and through election day because there's so much at stake in the media do need to be exposed and those of you who've read it and you've left your comments on Amazon and elsewhere I want to thank you as well I want to thank you as well and I hope you'll continue to spread the word I hope you'll continue to give the book out I hope you continue to to help promote this this movement this force against what's taking place in the media they see Brian Stelter just signed a book deal apparently was Simon and Schuster he's writing a book about trump and fox news I mean how ridiculous is that trump and fox news people are now putting out books that are repetitive about things they've already set also the radio ratings are coming and I wanna thank you know we have the toughest slot in radio especially on the east coast six to nine PM and I'll tell you why we're up against baseball we're up against all sports basketball one basketball's hot hockey won hockey's hot in so we can be preemptive or we're competing against a major a baseball team and so forth and so on and still our ratings are very very strong in addition for many it's dinner time dinner time so it's really appointment radio we have real competition we don't have a day part where there's no competition we have competition with daily life with competition with other activities we have a lot of competition and yet.
"schuster" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio Baylor, capturing the national championship with their win. Over Notre Dame on Sunday. There could be another Texas school celebrating title, Monday, Texas, Tech matches up with Virginia for the men's championship. In Minneapolis Virginia a year ago becoming the first one seed to lose to sixteen this year as a one c they reached the title game. The Andre hunter missed that tournament lost last year due to injury this year. He's been averaging about fifteen points per game. But that's his offense. He was also named ACC defensive player of the year. First team all conference ESPN analyst Seth Greenberg. Well, he has a huge role. First of all, he's the best defender that Virginia has he can defend a point guard power forward. So what does that neighbor you do neighbor? Switch. He can get to the affects of glass thinking about the biggest play into Purdue game. They give it to him on the left block. They dive guy to the left block. And he goes one on one to his right hand and finishes. He may big shots. He's got a middle game. He rebounds the basketball. He's a Swiss army knife the things he does for Virginia. No one else can do is a difference maker. And sometimes it doesn't show up the boxcar when he has an impact on winning one thing that did show the box last year, of course, coach during the tournament was at hunter was out with the wrist injury. Now they've got him back and before I let you go on a flashback to last year's tournament. You've been involved deeply in this sport for decades. Now that Virginia's on the cusp of making this all happened after last year where would this redemption story rank in terms of anything you've seen in the college game? It's the best in the history of the college game. They can finish it off. You know one's ever lost to sixteen. So you got that hand you flip it, and then you turn to win the national championship. No one's ever done that. So you're talking about too. Things that have never been done put on top of that the Purdue ending and a play that I've never seen in my life a backpack. A freshman who receives the basketball slings it up fort the day catches finishes compliment fat to the ending of the Auburn game guy three in the right corner. The ability maybe not to have that travel all that double dribble called. And then the poise of Carl guy to get open shoot it yet outstep to line make two free throws the time out knocked down that third free throw the poison class and character that Tony Bennett. And this team has carried themselves with how they handled the feet as a neighbor to be in this position. This would be the greatest story in the history of modern college basketball going from worst to first if never happened, and it probably will never happen again Virginia losing in the first round last year. And now they're playing for a title against Texas Tech. That'll come up Monday night. Sportscenter allnight, ESPN radio NF L Antonio Brown. Moving ahead as the memo. Of the raiders yet. He keeps looking back in the rear view mirror round, taking perceive shot juju Smith Schuster last week tweeting players who haven't been paid shouldn't be trusted Sunday. Brown tweeting reference to Smith Schuster citing his crucial week sixteen fumble in the final minute against the saints. Smith Schuster responded with a Mark Twain quote. Never argue with the fool. Onlookers may not be able to tell the difference. Earlier on ESPN radio on Dickerson it hood. Antonio Brown is great player, obviously sort of the best players football. But to do something like that to your former teammate who by the way has done nothing, but publicly support you over the years, and whose thought he was your friend just kind of a lousy thing to do another human being, isn't it it is. And I just don't know why that just all of a sudden he just turned heel starts being I consider a bad guy and a bad teammate to one thing that we do know about the National Football League. It's it's a brotherhood. There's always gonna be disagreement. Sure. But just seems like a Tony Brown. Just went completely left for no reason, which I just don't I don't get. I tell you one thing if that's going to be in Tonio Brown data to Jeff then that's a good thing for the Steelers because that type of attitude that type of temperament that's how you really feel about someone that you thought I thought you guys were close to you Smith Schuster Antonio Brown. Then that's good for the raiders. The raiders can have Tony. Around the attitude, and I guess that the Steelers are better off because that's really unfortunate. I I like what I like what Schuster said though. I mean, he had a very measured response. Yeah. He just basically said all I ever did was show that man love and respect from the moment. I got the league I was genuinely happy for him to when he got traded to Oakland with a big contract. And now he takes shots at me on social media. He continues crazy. How big that ego? Got to be to take shots of people who show you love shaking my head. And that's that's that's true. Yes. I mean, it's it's easy to take shots at people that take shots at you really shouldn't do it. But it's it's easy to take that bait, but to go after someone that from for every and that we know never took a shot at you, certainly not publicly took a shot at you. That won the MVP award. You're jealous that you wanted to win that award. We'll guess what Steelers players vote on that award. Well, that says a lot does not Smith Schuster was voted as the team MVP as mentioned voted on by the players Brown's unhappiness surfaced late in the season about that the reaction of.
"schuster" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"We are going to make a mess of the rest of this thing. Just a mess excited. I want down one success outlets. Successful is standing Gundy. Still there lurking in the background. Just creep believe voyeuristic Lee staring at us. What did you think of our juju? Smith Schuster interview, it might be the best Super Bowl week interview. I've ever heard. Down kinda got him to say thing to feeling some kind of way. Actually, a great answer. It's some type away some kind of way lingo, I have to though because I really aired in not going to stand at any point during an area of clear expertise the pizzas situation stand. What kind of thing? Did you agree and disagree with in that interview? I'm sure you have some very strong pizza venue. Well, we're not we're not going plain cheese. That's for sure. I mean, you know, pepperonis a good start. I'm going to go pepperoni and sausage most of the time. But there's gotta be something on there. Besides just the cheese. I like a thin sliced Meatball pizza. What do you guys thinking about that? I loved me. Yeah. Meatball pepperoni, though. But. Have you gotten with the note cheese? Like, you can't no to be on the peaches. But it's a principle of the pizza that she has to be there. What you do is saying is extra cheese. You're not just going pepperoni would doa tomato. I thought that's what he was saying. I thought he was saying compared to choose between pepperoni and cheese. I thought he was saying cheese pizza. You'd be surprised. You'd be surprised if somebody was eating vegan pizza. No, no. My my daughter is in one of my daughters. Two of my daughters are vegan and they eat vegan pizza, but now there's places like mellow mushroom. And there was a lot of places now where you can get vegan cheese on it before that time when it was harder to find that they would eat pizza with no cheese. And it really wasn't pizza was a bunch of vegetables on dopamine. That's all it was. That's not let let's not be disrespectful to a plane. She's pizza though, if it's done, right? A plane. She's pizzas a nice piece of pie. Yeah. But you can do better. That's the point. I don't like mixing meat. I don't like sausage pepperoni. I don't like you. Just added flies staunchest pepperoni last week. I had cheese telling you, I don't like too many Alec one meet like cheese. Maybe a pepperoni. Maybe a Meatball. Don't give me Meatball an pepper Oni. You're crazy person you much how about trusting crust non eaters do you trust? Someone who doesn't eat pizza crust. Stan. I don't know if my trust in someone really depends on whether or not they eat the crust, really stand. You're going to you're gonna play nuance to that question. I am. But I eat the crust in my dogs are begging so much, and they're so affective in that that I feel like I need to give them the crush when they beg. You're not supposed to give it to them. You gotta be able to go. Oh. Oil urges them to beg more. Yes. I get all that. But nonetheless, I'm not I'm not a great dog parent. Feel shame over recent weeks because we've had this crush discussion. I occasionally eat the crust. But it depends on where the crust is from. And I must admit oftentimes, I'm not eating that crust. And you all trust me implicitly. Don't you? I do I know that my well I used to before I learned I thought. Non cross eater. Among us. I cross, but it has to be the right cross a little bit. Well, done thin. I dip it in the marinara sauce. If if there is any I'm not gonna eat a doughy crust. I'm going to get onto the next piece of pizza. I mean, that's the delicious. This is great right now on the camera in front of me is a man's plumbers. But he just there's a man helping Charlie and Billy. And who was that guy? Billy who just stuck his entire ask crack in our television screen. There was who is that person?.
"schuster" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"And I went out with a Michael Myers and passed out candy on a a pretty busy street. A bridge, you know, coming onto the street. So and that's and that's what I did. How did you tell anybody that? It was you how many people did you tell or was it always behind the Matt. So I didn't really tell anybody. It was more. So take off the mask get the people's reaction. Obviously, they they knew what who the person was with the jersey. And then there the reaction was priceless. Because when I forgot the mass it was actually me, and it was pretty cool. Where are you addicted to video games? Would you say you were addicted? Oh, for sure I mean, still I still, you know. So there's day always going to be playing out tonight. You know, I did media road. And all this stuff. You know? This is my time to get away. It's my passion. You can't get out of here. Quick enough to go play video games. Got you. The single most important fame. The Rams to do to beat the patriots. What's the single most important fame? The Rams to do to beat the patriots. It'd be the madman. You gotta go up top pretty early. You got up a points on number early. You know, you have to get the patients to play from behind. And yes, I'm going for the Rams. Oh why? All right, tell the people again before you leave here. So you get your money's worth Pizza Hut. What are you doing with pizza? Tell them again. So the pizza obviously apprenticeships with pizza disarm mazing. Things shared only season all season for those out there who love pizza brother by some with it tag. Ni. I'll riposte you chose some love. And I put the Paul on Twitter. If you guys have injuries Jujio. Did you say you're taking the Rams? Yes. I'm thinking. I don't listen to me. Don't do it. Don't do it. Don't think about it. Don't say I care about you, man. I care about you. Don't do it. All right. It's members at the same time. Then what juju Smith Schuster? I mean, LA Ohio. Higham. Judy. Business. Just takes the Rams over the beige do twenty-seven not doing. It's all I care about you. You got a pair Matsu, both, my friend. Yes. You do. You are the owner of a pair of monta balls. Drew, drew. Thank you for being with us. We appreciate it, sir. Problem. Keep outage open. All right. Keep your eyelids. Open mazal tov..
"schuster" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You're gonna have to work on that a little bit though. Because I think he is being my take that and put on a scroll juju says it made me feel some kind of way some kind of way, though, he's not saying what kind of what kind What of kind way. of way, but I feel like we could do something say one way. Away. You hear good? You're not in your second year in the league. What is it that you're promoting today? We're going to give you a wide berth hearsay as much as you like about your product because we're delighted that you were so playful. Advocating to work with the partnership. You know pizza being brought a NFL, obviously, it's been amazing. Just because you know, who doesn't know pizza a big fan of pizza, and you know, for me to be out here. This amazing things this year being on commercial pizza, and I'll see this all season. I think it's I think it's amazing that were going on just today ROY Moore stuff. Dude, you what's your strategy when eating pizza? Do you eat the crust, or do you judge people that don't you can't trust anybody because? Got the cash somebody who don't eat the crust the crust, and you gotta have ranch and all the other sides that ran a sneaky played in ram. Branch or dipping the crust into the ranch. Yeah. All that. I'm a big ranch guy. Not just the crust. Got you can go to even first bite. You can go into the real question is you choose pepperoni cheese. You have to choose between them. Yeah. If you had to pick one or the other. Everyone around. No, I'm actually old school, man. What are you talking? Owning. Yeah. Go for. On the poll. Please your pizza must have have cheese or pepperoni. I think juju is going to be in the minority. What do we think about hot sauce on pizza? I mean, I don't know a lot. Even Pizza Hut. I thought I care about. How about pineapples on as long as it Pizza Hut? Apple apple ham. You good with that combo. With that pizza. It's got sneaky good thin crust too. That is very true. That is true. Is there anything that's on a pizza that juju? Smith Schuster, simply will not abide like you'll look at somebody. You'll judge them. You'll say that's disgusting. Mean not necessarily unless you. Yeah. Not necessarily. I feel like we've run out of pizza material with you should I go back to the Tony Brown and lady on bell stuff. We test them out a little bit more. All right. Maybe about. Maybe we should talk more about the eyelids. What is the the time? Do you remember anything where all of you got together in the locker room afterward? And we're like man Tomlin said that thing and that that was crazy what he just said. Really a timer code. We went a lot, and we talked about coastal almonds, you know, speech or anything that he said on a personal line. It was just more. So the, you know, let's just keep stuff off, you know, keep track in the locker room off media all social media, obviously that that's that doesn't work out. You know, it's hard nowadays. You know, what people say we'll be either instantly doodoo, you're famous for being a big time gamer what's the game that you're playing right now red dead, redemption? Is that what you're on you still important night? I'm a little bit of everything more so-called duty. Just just because I always been a call of duty guys beginning since I was a kid and do. Yeah. What's the most amount of hours you've ever spent playing a video game in one sitting? Man. I'll do a like twelve to fourteen hours one time. I was in the I was in high school, and I played non Dan really, go out partying anything hang out with friends. It was like Bill games with my life has Pro Bowl receiver juju Smith Schuster recently like in the past few months found himself arguing over a headset while playing call of duty with like a twelve year old kid because it's something that happened in the game. I did in high school and those days nowadays when I played video games, people are more. So like going crazy like bands because they noticed my username and all always acting questions and stuff like that. And I always posting do you want to have this wrong? Did you go out for Halloween as juju Smith Schuster? Yes, I did..
"schuster" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Stands original fresh opinions. But I think I think you think that we can with juju. Do you? Do you think that we can just ask him Mike Tomlin questions? Like, should we even because everyone's going to be asking about it and Tonio Brown and Ben Rothlisberger and their relationship? You might actually appreciate being asked about something different than that. Yeah. I think we can do that. I'm not certain we should do that. But we never do what we're supposed to do you want? Do you do actually? And I say this seriously. I'm not making fun of you. But do you want Smith Schuster to give you tired sound on the relationship with Ben and Tonio where he has to be super careful or do you want a guy who enjoys himself during an interview being on with? I want a guy who enjoys himself. But you know, you don't know how he's gonna respond to those questions unless you ask him. All right. Well, let's ask him those questions now. And I love talking to this guy enjoyed his time on highly questionable. Even though I didn't have enough of it. He he's engaging. And he's here to take all of those passes that end Tonio Brown doesn't want anymore. But here's what I'm promised promising. You juju in exchange. My guess. Is you're going to get tired of Antonio Brown questions today. This is what I'm promising. You. I will not add you I will not ask you a single in Tonio Brown question as long as you answer. My Mike Tomlin questions, and I promise not to get you in trouble with Mike Tomlin. We just love Mike Tomlin. We don't understand. Why it is? He thinks that you need to cut your eyelids off and why every damn week juju. It's about we don't know if we're going to get out of the stadium alive. Like, I don't know why why the language has to bowl game. Like, it's just a football game to Joe. And you're the one out there who actually risks is eyelids and not getting out of the stadium alive. Not him. That totally understand coming from. I mean, it's just been it's it's only my second year. And obviously I've been noticing that the remember come out stadiums. You know, sometimes we're coming out alive..
"schuster" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"To talk to? And he hasn't got back you either. I mean, he's on vacation. I wouldn't want to be bothered with all that. Point. Oh, yeah. For sure no doubt. The source of his frustration. Myself, and you guys can act AB. Campaign. In the locker room back guys. Guy. Yeah. So you don't get a lot from juju Smith Schuster. But what you do get is at the end of the day. He's our teammate. He's our guy. So we will welcome him back into the locker room. However, I would say take that with the greatest salt. What else is going to say? Generally, he's more of a peacemaker guy. Not the diva wide receiver Eddie way, at least to this point in his career. But he he's not going to say to reporters. Oh, yeah. You know, what we don't want him? In fact, I would prefer doesn't come back. Then I'll be the number one guy. I mean, he's not gonna say that he was not quite as. I would say. He's not the word with marquees penalty. But he definitely with penalty. He's he's got that veteran edge to him. Plus, he's been an edgy guy his whole career anyway. And so you'll hear from marquees pouncey coming up on the show as some of the Steelers, but players from all over the NFL descending on our Landau for the Pro Bowl. But if a Pro Bowl is played in Orlando, and no one is there to watch..
"schuster" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Greg. You've got to listen. But but he's also he's also killing it with brand like some of that team to help us. I got it. He's amazing known aroun- juju Smith Schuster still he's still benefits from diving Antonio Brown. But at the same time there were teams that employ a cap Bala just to their full job three hundred sixty five days a year figure out a way to trade him member Brock Osweiler he was untrue because of that contract. Cleveland Browns traded him into cap space, essentially turned that into a second round pick in Nick Chubb like you can do. Smart things. I think they'll be able to figure a way out of Antonio. So for me, this is where I have an issue with the whole this is Mike Tomlin's issue. Because once you're owner reaches out to a player now, it's out of my hands. Now. Now, I feel like I can back up if I'm Mike Tomlin and say look, the owners now reaching out to you, you need to know address that I can't address this. This is beyond me now in when I look at my Tomlin, I'm starting to really see and identify some of the problems that he has to deal with that. We haven't that we haven't really focused on. Well, that's really what you're getting to a really smart point, which we don't talk enough about on this show in Asia's, which is owners do own right. You can sit there, and you could be Mike Tomlin saying, hey, we should move on from Antonio Brown. But then Antonio Brown goes over your head and goes to the owner and gets a huge contract. That's on tradeable that that happens in sports. You guys know it better than anybody else. You can we can sit here and criticize Mike. Onlin for not, you know, putting the culture in place. But sometimes your hands are tied. When you're you're a head coach, look, I also think that Rothlisberger. Like, look I texted him and I called him. And I couldn't get a hold of him getting your car drive to his house and talk it out. He's your best player. That's that's how relationships sometimes look. So you're not wrong, but going above the coaches head that tells you a ton about how Antonio Brown's contract worked out and about why we're not we're seeing Fisher within that locker room. All all say when it comes to Mike Tomlin is you get this a lot and you've been there in the locker room where. A coach will preach. He'll he'll preach. A a organizational tenant if you will. And they'll say, hey, that's this is the way we do it. You know, the Broncos the Redskins are Where're you as you play. This is our way of doing things, you know, and they say we're we're going to be held to a higher standard. And this is the way we go about things. And this is how we operate as an organization, and they all preach that stuff, and they preach it, you know, and it's all about, you know, sacrificing for one another and playing hard and all this stuff, and we're not gonna have bad guys on our team Intel the most talented guy in the league who happens to be a bad guy becomes available. And then we sign them on our team. Right. And then everything that you just told me for the last four years has you have no more credibility within your locker room. So for Mike Tomlin is a credibility issue that ultimately is going to fall on your shoulders..