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"schwartz" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

03:45 min | 5 d ago

"schwartz" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"Dana Schwartz wrote the Y a romance she always wanted to read. By Simone Shah. You might recognize Danish Schwartz's name. It's just a matter of where you've seen it. Some know her as the creator and host of the noble blood podcast where she tells the stories of royals past. Others through the parody Twitter account at guy in your MFA, which she started when she was a college student in 2013. There is also her books among them her globetrotting YA debut and we're off based on her own post college trip to Europe and her memoir, choose your own disaster, which chronicled the misadventures of her early 20s. But short says her latest book, a YA romance that mixes the historical and Supernatural might be her most personal work to date. It's the romance she wanted to read when she was younger, complete with an ambitious heroine, a swoony first love and plenty of gore. Anatomy, a love story, out January 18th, follows hazel Senate, a noble woman in 1817 Edinburgh, who dreams of becoming a surgeon, a profession that women were for the most part barred from pursuing. After she is discovered, dressing as a man to attend the lectures of the famed doctor beacham hazel is kicked out of the class, but strikes a deal with the doctor. If she passes the physician's exam on her own, she can continue her medical career. In need of cadavers to study, she teams up with resurrection man Jack Kerr to practice on the dead and living alike, and the ongoing Roman plague means there is no shortage of bodies to exhume. But as live patients begin coming to them with missing limbs and no memories of how they lost them, hazel and Jack begin to realize there is a force more sinister than the plague at work in the city. Time spoke to Schwartz about bucking the conventions of a romance novel, channeling her inner teen and why she retired her ultra popular Twitter accounts. Time. Anatomy has a very dark setting and tone. What inspired you to write the story? Schwartz. The summer after I graduated college, a friend and I decided that we would try to see as much of Europe for cheap as possible. The place that I distinctly remember arriving to like out of a dream was Edinburgh. The old city center is on this beautiful green grassy hill. It just felt magical. Since that trip, I've been fascinated by the city. I also love dark, weird history. This book feels like all of my passions coming together at once. There's a plague making its way through Edinburgh in the book. Did the pandemic influence your writing at all? I began writing this book a year before we had even heard of COVID. Because plagues were a thing in history and I was writing a book that involves a lot of dead bodies. It only made sense that there would be this big atmospheric threat. In my original version, I had a character selling a cure for the fictional plague that turned out to be a sham, and when that became a threat in our real pandemic, I pulled it because I didn't want people to get the wrong message. The book is called a love story, but it doesn't follow the typical arc of a romance novel, and hazel's romantic life takes a back seat to her love affair with surgery. What inspired that.

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Mitch Albom Never Intended to Write 'Tuesdays With Morrie'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:30 min | Last week

Mitch Albom Never Intended to Write 'Tuesdays With Morrie'

"Show. I have a guest right now. My bet is that you have heard of him, you may have read some of his books. His name is Mitch album. He is the author of a book called Tuesdays with Maury. I know you've heard of it. It was made into a film, a TV movie. It was on The New York Times Best Seller list for like four years. And speaking as an author, I want to say, I deeply resent you Mitch album. Welcome to the program. Well, outside of the resentment, thank you for having me on the resentment is bitter, but I'm gonna let it go. There's no reason to cling to bitterness. No, seriously, that is, as an author who is familiar with some of these metrics, that is an extraordinary thing, and the book that sits atop a bestseller list for years is extremely rare. The only one I can think of offhand is M Scott peck's the road less traveled, which is also a book about, hey, what's the meaning of life? So I want to ask you, first of all, you have a new book out. I want to mention that up front. And it is a novel called the stranger in the lifeboat. Is this your first novel? Oh no, no. I've written about 7 novels. All right. So maybe two 7th novel. But you're most known for Tuesdays with Maury. It tell the story behind that for people who are unaware. They still exist. Some people who are unaware of how that happened for you. Sure. Well, it was really quite an accident, so actually the fact that it stayed on those best sellers was for that long was even more remarkable because it wasn't ever supposed to be a book. I had seen my old college professor, Maurice Schwartz. On nightline with Ted cop, and he was talking about what it was like to die from Lou Gehrig's disease. And I had been very close with him when I was back in college, but then I had lost touch with him as I had gone on to chase my career and my ambition. And for 16 years, I never got back in touch with him and all of a sudden I saw him on television. Basically saying he had a few months left to live. So I went to go visit him. And one visit turned into two to turn to three, four, 5, 6. It was never supposed to be a book. Erika was just it was just him kind of counseling me on what's important in life once you really know you're going to die as he did and how you can change your life to live

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Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas Trump Jr. Advisers, Ex-White House Official

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:30 min | Last week

Jan. 6 Committee Subpoenas Trump Jr. Advisers, Ex-White House Official

"His Liz Cheney, weaponizing this January 6th committee. It's a special kind of evil. Do you hear what she's doing? You hear what they're doing on that January 6th committee? They've sent a subpoena to three advisers to the Trump family, Andrew Charlie and Arthur Schwartz, who advised Donald Trump Jr. and Ross rush Worthington who played a role in drafting Trump's speech on January 6th. Each of them have been handed a subpoena. Now, one of them, he is advising the Wyoming, the Wyoming values political action committee in support of Cheney's primary challenger Harriet Hagen. This guy had, according to the Washington, the federalist, this guy had zero involvement with The White House riots or protest during the time period that the rally was being organized. This charade guy Andrew Serra was overseeing a super PAC in support of Republican Senate candidates in Georgia. Charade is a close friend, according to his attorney, charades a close friend to Donald Trump Jr. and is running a super PAC that opposes the reelection of one of the members of the committee. I'm talking to you Liz Cheney. That's

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"schwartz" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

06:01 min | 2 weeks ago

"schwartz" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Not overshoot them by as much. If you take a look at the IPCC, it kind of start to get into understanding what they're talking about and why they're saying what they're saying. That's a whole conversation. But they take into consideration the land and some areas of land like they take into consideration coastal areas, agriculture because it puts so much carbon dioxide up, forests in terms of what it takes down and how much we have. I mean, they're tracking these things and they're putting metrics against them, and that we can become aware of. But the one place that is never mentioned anywhere is the land under cities. The urban land. It is not considered land. It's not considered period. If you look for it, there's nothing. There's nothing. And you're like, what the fuck? Why is that? I mean that it isn't even considered a living thing. It's like the pavement underneath the buildings. And yet, if cities are going to prepare themselves for climate readiness, which I have been teaching in studios, they're going to have to really start to understand what the soil and that which lives in it, how important it is to be able to just keep cities going. All the way from opening up more land and cities to more people, the more land we need to be open we need to be able to deal with flooding and the fact that all the hard surfaces are creating real issues. I mean, here in New York City, now, when it starts raining, people won't go into the subway because in some ways just fill up with water. So now our transport doesn't work. But you need the soil to be able to absorb all that stuff. Or you need the soil to be able to cool down cities. All cities share urban heat island effect, which is the most dangerous of all the effects. And everybody's living in cities. And it looked more and more you build and you use concrete. People aren't going to suffer terribly or the fact that we're going to need to be self sufficient. We're going to need to be able to provide food, more luckily, a more within cities, because the climate is not regularized. And here in the northeast, we're not able to get as much food because there's too much rain and you can't plant the seeds in time to be able to produce the food that the city needs. This is going to happen globally. I mean, it sounds like we need to reframe how we view our cities and the land our city sit on. Is that fair? I mean, there's a whole new paradigm that we need to be thinking about. We can't just say, well, this is how we do it. Yeah, that's how we did do it, but we're in a new, we're like on a new planet now. We need to really think about what we're doing. But so much of it depends on how we use the land that we're sitting on in cities. Architects don't engineers don't know it. Nobody knows it. Even the last gift architects don't know it. I mean, it's like, yeah, it needs to get out. And I guess just finally, we started by talking about land art and how that was the starting point for your career, but it does sound like your focus is very much now on science. Where does art and I guess more broadly making beautiful spaces sit with you and your practice at the moment? Well for me, it's absolutely natural because I've always been I've always made art since a kid. And it is, once you understand what the issues are, once you kind of get what needs to be done, then you design it. It isn't just like fixing it somehow and making it ugly is going to work because we're humans. And actually, I believe that every person needs beauty. It's something that we humans actually find to be integral into having a good life. Having beauty around you are being able to access beauty. I think that's just mental health and quality of life. The person who you choose to marry the stuff you have around you. The music you hear, can you imagine a life without beauty, really? Not only that, it really creates sustainability because people who value things will want to keep them and keep to support them and to do things that keep them beautiful. You have to do this in order to make it a livable place for human beings to create human health and psychological health. And to have people who are inspired to take care of it and replace it and keep it going. It is part and parcel of sustainability. So this art versus science is complete bullshit. The landscape architect Martha Schwartz there, she was speaking to Nick manis. We'll be right back in just a moment. Monica's bumper December January issue will take you to the far reaches of the globe from pouring over design details in Uzbekistan to petting mountain rescue dogs in Alaska, alongside our annual soft power survey, get the local view in Libya a decade on from Gaddafi's fall and catch up with the president of Costa Rica at cop 26, elsewhere in the culture pages, we take a dive around Detroit's art scene and see why Lithuania's second city is luring film scouts. All of this plus.

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"schwartz" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

08:21 min | Last month

"schwartz" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"And look, I mean, again, it's championship a bus, right? There's no. What do you have LeBron on your team that that's all the expectations are? We're sitting here talking about can they get out of the play and will they make where will they be seated in the plane? What can they even sneak in home court in the first hour? I do think they will get on a roll at some point this season, but it's been a tough slog for them. Anthony Davis, after the triple overtime lost of the king, said, oh, I know we're ten and 11, but we could just have a ten game winning streak and be 20 and 11. So, what I think the Phoenix Suns? I mean, it was wild how cavalier he was about the potential of doing something like that. But that again, the first Lakers team he played on, they said, hey, we're not going to lose two games in a row all year. And they only did it twice. They almost went through being able to pull that off. That seemed like an audacious thing to call upon themselves to achieve. And for the most part, they stuck to it. So I don't know. Maybe there's a reason why he has that confidence. And he recognizes that the things that have come up through the start of the season are real factors that they try to push through, but you can't reasonably push through and now a lot of those things have fallen, by the way side because they have a healthy roster and they have some more familiarity and I don't know if they're actually against the wall, they better do it, but they would feel a lot differently if this team was ten games under a 500 rather than 500. And look, like I said, other than the jump shot, I think AD looks awesome. Let's go over some quick injury notes, one of which affects the Lakers at least indirectly, Dave the Western Conference, I think now has officially lost one potential title contender in theory at least title container in theory this leads with the news that Michael Porter junior is going to undergo back surgery and potentially miss all or most of the season Jamal Murray is still recovering from an ACL. There was always this carrot at the end of the season and hey, remember how I loved the nuggets last year? I was going to pick them to make the finals before Jamal Murray got hurt. That's a championship caliber team, and there was always this carrot at the end of the year with Jamal recovers in time and gets enough games under his belt and maybe we'll see it. Well, now MPJ is out for some undetermined period of time Murray is not back. He's not scheduled to be back for a while. It just feels like a lost season for the nuggets which just hurt you a lot when you have an MVP talent on your roster. And it does remove sort of one, I think, one potential sort of roadblock in the west and it just shows you that Murray injury was just devastating. And you only get so many shots at this thing and you never know when one or more of your shots are going to be nuked by events out of your control. And it's just every single one of them is precious. And the nuggets had one last year before injuries. It doesn't look like they're going to have one this year. And in the east, the nets just announced that Joe Harris is going to undergo surgery, their season. I mean, they're number one in these, but their season has been derailed by now injuries. And of course, the Kyrie vaccination thing may it's just a lot of variables go into this, but that Denver one that was a looming threat that I think you have to put off to 2022, 2023, we'll just reporting. He broke the story that Michael Porter junior will make a full recovery is expected to make a full recovery. Let's hope. So let's hope that Denver team gets another shot 'cause man, it's fragile in the NBA, Dave. You know, there are still people you hear about was the Lakers bubble title a little bit of a fluke? Does it count as much? And this is like, I went the other way. It was like, if you win in that environment, it's almost like you get a plus asterisk, but you never got to apologize for winning because winning is really, really hard. Yeah, I appreciate it. You're disciplined, whether it be on the podcast or going on NBA today, whatever the contenders in the west would be talked about and obviously so far this year, it's been warriors and sons. But you were like, well, Denver, they get married and clippers, so they get quiet. You can not count those teams out. And I think maybe you will have to be as disciplined anymore in those conversations. Now you just have to mention the clippers with Kauai. Because I have a hard time seeing Denver getting it done without having that kind of X Factor that Porter breaks. Yeah, and I said it before. The clippers and Kawhi himself have kept that door ajar. And I don't think anyone 3° remove from Kawhi Leonard does anything like that by accident. And so all I can conclude without any hard reporting beyond that is if they do well enough seating wise, they're in a position where he can look and say, depending on how everything goes with his knee, obviously, we got a chance. I'm not ruling it out. I'm not sure I expected. Maybe I do, I don't know. But anyway, look, this is the Lakers are this is the most interesting the Lakers have been to me in a long time. It's just 'cause it's just such an interesting puzzle to see them try to solve. I love watching them even when they're ugly to watch and man. Still they don't know if you watch the broadcast ever or you rewatch the broadcast, even stew Lance is starting to get a little upset by the stack. I mean, James worthy had a little tantrum the other night, but still lands on color commentary. He's even starting to be like, oh, wow. They actually cut on that possession. He's getting frustrated. It's not been good basketball. But the team that they put out on the court for the most part through 22 games has not been the team that they envision where they put this team together in the off season, starting with LeBron James. So I'd say give it ten games here. If it continues to be so unreliable inconsistent ten games from now then certainly it's time to start selling the alarm, but you gotta at least give them some runway with this group healthy to see what they have. And the thing that's impressed me, I guess, one more silver lining is that when they have had their slippage, they have appeared to be accountable to one another. And they analog let go of the rope and it's not like a group that doesn't seem to recognize that there's going to be some hard work involved here, but it's probably worth it to do that. And so that can help them and ten games now. They could have a completely different outlook on the season. I've seen it with LeBron James teams before. The calves are 19 and 20 and 2014, 2015. And a big part of the reason they were had that record was LeBron James and this is a bunch of time. And I know LeBron's 5 years older than he was back then, but guess what the guy, the guy knows how to play basketball pretty good. Approaching number two, all time in minutes, which is a static I keep repeating because I think it's just incredible and also a little scary for the Lakers considering they need MVP level LeBron and there's essentially no history of MVP level play with this level of minutes, but there's no precedent for LeBron James. Look, I didn't pick the Lakers to win the west at the beginning of the season, but I also said, if they have LeBron and AD healthy, you can't rule them out. And I'm still there, and I'd even give it more than ten games. The roster is so weird, the injuries have been so much like I want to see the next 20 to 25 games 'cause it's only been a 115 minutes or whatever I said, but that big three with no center look appears to be working. And that's the only look that really I care about when things matter. So I'm going to keep monitoring it. Certainly Golden State Phoenix have lapped the field with Utah coming up behind them, but the Lakers aren't scared to anybody if they have a LeBron and AD healthy. So Dave mcmenamin you will continue to chronicle this soap opera of a team. You do great work. It's good to see you. I tease something. Tease. I have a story coming out this week. I believe Thursday on the Russell Westbrook LeBron James pairing thus far. Oh. Maybe to learn some things in there to your listeners to our readers. Please check it out. Thursday,.

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"schwartz" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

07:42 min | Last month

"schwartz" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Let's bring in our Lakers guru, mister Dave mcmenamin. How are you, sir? I'm doing well, Zach, how are you? I'm good. I'm good. I'm better than Isaiah Stewart's face. I'll tell you that much. So it's been an interesting and interesting ten days in Laker dumb. You were on the road for a gazillion years. We had the Isaiah Stewart melee. We had LeBron helping get two fans kicked out of the game in Indiana. It triple over time lost to the lowly Sacramento Kings murmurs rumblings. I was gonna say mumblings, which is not a word of Frank Vogel's job security being somewhat in jeopardy. And then a not that rousing four point win or 6 point win. I can't remember what the Detroit Pistons and the revenge game on Sunday Night. The Lakers are now 11 and 11. 22nd in offense, 18th in defense, 24th in net rating. Obviously, LeBron has only played half of their games. Mister big men do you want to take a guess as to what the Lakers scoring margin is with LeBron James on the floor of this season? Somewhere. The total or the total 100% total. Total scoring margin. Plus 50. Zero. Exactly zero. Their current starting lineup, well, let's actually zoom out. There are currently starting Avery Bradley Russell Westbrook LeBron James Anthony Davis and Deandre Jordan. In a lineup so antiquated and ineffectual on offense, it's almost adorable. For the season, the Russ, LeBron, AD, DJ Quartet, the Quartet, 98 points per 100 possession, which was basically the thunder, a 105 allowed -14 and 75 minutes. That mister mcmenamin is not going to work. I'll give you a silver lining and then we'll talk about the vibes. Here's your silver lining if you're the Lakers. This is the one this is the one I'm hanging my hat on when I place my bet on them raising the banner or winning the west in Vegas if I were a gambling man, I wouldn't bet that I sort of before the season I'd take the field over the Lakers in a heartbeat. Now that's not even a question they look so weird and the other teams at top look so good. But here's what I'm hanging my hat on. In a 116 minutes with the big three, if we can call this a big three, and no center on the floor, no DJ, no Dwight. Lakers are plus 16, a 113 points per 100 possessions, a 107.7 allowed. That's the construction that's going to get the Lakers somewhere. It seems to be working pretty well. But overall, this team is sort of a mystery, a morass of uncertainty, mister mcmenamin, like, what the hell is going on over there? What am I supposed to take from any of this? One they can no longer say that half our roster is injured. And so we can actually begin to judge what we see in draw some conclusions. For a decent chunk of the season, you couldn't do that. Mostly because if LeBron James is missing games, then what are you talking about anyway? That's not going to be any representation of the team. They intend to become. The things that concern me and certain things that you brought up, the formula when they put this thing together was we will get defensive stops and then get the ball to our playmakers and LeBron and Ross and they're overlapping skill set or their awkward fit won't matter if we're playing up and down all the time because both those guys are killer in the open court. They have good instincts, we have enough shooting that we added to this roster that will maximize those efforts. And that gets us through regular season. And then when we get to the playoffs, we have some of the brightest possible minds of the last generation. And we'll be able to figure out teams over a 7 game series. I'm not so sure if the can continue to go that way, even though the sample size between LeBron and Russ hasn't been all that much to speak of yet anyway, they're recognizing that one Russell Westbrook's turnovers the way the nature of them have made things awkward for this team. How would you describe the nature of them to ghastly horrific inexcusable nausea inducing puzzling? Does he have Greece on his hands? What would you describe as the nature of those turnovers? They are gut punched turnovers. They are perplexing. They are often untimely. And many times it comes with the added consequence of not only getting a shot or a possession off the board for the Lakers offense. But now they're running back where there's not court balance. And the other team is playing the style, the Lakers intend to play, which is three O two, two on one. Shoving it down the Lakers throat. And so that has not been something that's been conducive to this style play, and then makes you also wonder is it not maximizing Anthony Davis? And is that a market inefficiency of this team right now that the fact that they've Davis and he is floating out around the perimeter, Kirk calls very pointed out that by a certain metric he was the worst jump shooter in the league. He's now 41% on long twos and after making two threes last night against the pistons in which you said he's spacing the floor. So Deandre Jordan can roll to the basket, which is really a sentence I just said is when you're 2022, he's now 9 of 44 that's 20% on threes. Yeah. That can't be a way you maximize that guy. And so it's been suggested to me that as this season progresses, perhaps this fastback or break style will not be their ultimate destination and maybe it's going to have to lead to more post up possessions through AD through LeBron. And slow it down. So that's a complete difference from what they're intended course that they wanted the chart was. And I'll tell you, Dave, last night was chick hernd knight at the. Is it already the crypto comm center? I think Christmas Day switches over. Okay, so last night was chick her night at the Staples Center. By the way, a lot of people up in arms about the name change. Staples, people, these names exist for so long that you somehow they become ingrained in your brain and you forget that Staples is the place where I bought trapper keepers and folders in 1993. I mean, it's not the most glamorous and elegant name for a basketball orna anyway. Last night was chick kern knight and you mentioned AD post ups and LeBron posts and even Russ post ups, which they do because they can't figure out what else to do with Russ. Chick kern's statue outside Staples Center could pretty much be one of the other four players on the floor for the Lakers during a lot of those post subs considering how much movement is going on. Now, jokes aside, let me give you some reasons for optimism, okay? No, I already gave you the lineup numbers of the lineup types that are going to be the real lineups for this team. Go and get stuff. AD at center with the other two stars. Russ is starting to play better. Showing signs of life, that's a trajectory that has happened in the last couple of seasons. Just.

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"schwartz" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

04:49 min | Last month

"schwartz" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Transition to this year's theme which I mentioned 7th in offense third in defense third in net rating. Just elite across the board. What's different about you can pick which of these you want to answer? Why is this team so damn good and what's different this year? What are they better at this year if anything than they were last year? One thing that I think is interesting, I don't know if it's a better or worse thing, but they play a lot faster. They're fourth in pace, this season they were 24th last season. And I think that's something where last year at the beginning of the year it was the dueling banjos thing where Chris Paul and Devin Booker were trying to figure out how to play together. Now they've had a whole season. They had a whole playoff run together. And the sons have and Mikhail bridges, I'd say one of the best transition players. So I think they've had times where they've really tried to run and they've done a better job of kind of melding the, okay, you can do the Chris Paul grinded out, take your mid range jumper whenever you want it game. And then you can also run when you want. I think that's one thing that's different. I think JaVale McGee and Landry shamit have really added quite a bit. Those are the two players. They essentially brought back their whole team. John schumann does his roster continuity piece every year. The sons were first in that. They brought back 87% of their minutes, which I think is enormous since, hey, they were really good last season. And then you add those two guys. McGee was sort of the missing piece to me in the finals. They just didn't have another big they could really go to either possibly put on the honest or even a brook Lopez type, the 8 and so there's so much on 80s playing in that finals game that it just kind of became too much to handle by the end. So I think having another big like that with his versatility and his rebounding, I think is really important. And then Landry salmon is just a perfect fit for the system. So I think those having those two additional depth pieces just makes them really solid 90. The edge of backup center, home run, shamit is shooting 39% on threes. And they have really survived with Booker at the three basically when it's pain, shamit Booker or pain shamit bridges, and Johnson as the backup for. They have not played pain Paul shamit, hardly at all. And that lineup has proven to be proven to be big enough. The other major improvement, they may be a team that the new officiating emphases have helped because last year they were 29th and free throw rate on offense and 15th on defense. They were losing about three points at the line per game, which translated to about -253 throw attempts for the season. This year, their dead even 2020 free throws for them 23 votes their opponents, their plus 6 for the season and attempts, their 16th and free throw rate and 11th in opponent free throw rate. So they're starting games. They're not starting from behind because the free throws, I don't know why that is. I haven't dug deep into why that is. They do have a bunch of handy swiping players notably Chris Paul. It may be that maybe the increased allowance for physicality has sort of helped artificially deflate their free throw disadvantage. Their free throw rates are not entirely different. It's just everyone has regressed a little bit. Any thoughts on how that's happened? Yeah, that's really interesting. And then the big thing is the rip through move that Chris Paul does. They're still calling this year. So I don't know how long that's going to be, but it seems like every time the sun's getting the bonus, he's using that move. Unwatchable, unwatched, and I say this as a compliment to Chris Paul, absolutely unwatchable in the bonus. When the suns are in the bonus, I want to put on the Homer Simpson glasses when he has jury duty and he's allowed to secretly falls asleep, but I'm on press row and the suns are in the bonus. I want those glasses because you just know what's going to happen. He's going to do a rip through. He's going to bring the ball up and suddenly dribble sideways and stick his butt out and try to create a collision in the refs are going to fall for it 80% of the time, and it's going to be a free throw rate. Unwatchable. To Chris Paul's credit, it's efficient, unwatched ability. Yeah, but you get a 90% free throw shooter at the line for two shots, you know? I'm not calling that question. Look, it's really a perfect representation of what Chris Paul is. He just wants to win every possession. He doesn't care if you like it. He doesn't care if I change the channel. He doesn't care if I dry heave on press row. He just doesn't care. He just is like, he can probably calculate the points for possession of a 90% free throw shooter shooting free throws in his head. He probably doesn't memorize. Oh yeah, no question. So I think the fact that the suns are still getting that and like you said, a lot of handsy guards, Mikael, can maybe be a little more aggressive Chris Paul can be a little more aggressive. So yeah, I think that's certainly one of the reasons that's helping them a bit defensively. Other than that, and I do think this is one of the reasons why maybe they're undercovered..

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"schwartz" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

05:11 min | Last month

"schwartz" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"Post welcome to the low post podcast on a beautiful Monday morning on the east coast where I am excited and over caffeinated because we are about 38 or 40 hours or some amount of hours away from the early game of the year in the NBA, the 18 and two Golden State Warriors against the 17 and three Phoenix Suns who have won 6 games in a row after sauntering blitzing, trotting all over New York City, Knicks go away, nets, oh ha ha, you go away to 5 games and 7 nights who cares? 16 in a row. You know how hard that is? You can give the Sacramento Kings a permanent 7 on four advantage and they would not win 16 games in a row and someone would also vomit at courtside. I said last week on this podcast that it's time to throw the were the sons of flu last year discussion into the trash bin of history and start a new discussion that is just basically, is this the best team in the NBA flat out period end of story? Every time we talk sons, I am thrilled to have on one of our research gurus at ESPN, one of the godfathers of sun's blog nation and son's Twitter from Phoenix, Arizona, live right now, Mike Schwartz, how are you? Zack, it's great. 16 in a row. Haven't lost in the month of November yet, just one game to go. It's a big one. Like you said against Golden State, the best team of the league right now. But man, this has to be the best month in sun's history, right? At least in the regular season? I just started one in three, and I remember saying to Jeff van Gundy on my podcast, then I don't care that they're one in three. I have total trust in this team. They know who they are. They're gonna be fine. He mentioned, you know, it's hard to get motivated again after making the finals and all that. I thought they'll be fine, fine, fine. I did not expect 16 consecutive wins. And honestly, when was the streak in danger? I've lost track of when the last time there was 5 minutes to go into sunscreen and I was like, maybe they'll lose. You know, early in the streak, it started out kind of dicey. They were losing to Atlanta. They actually were down big to the pelicans early in the streak. And it felt like it was kind of dicey once it started, but once it started percolating, there was maybe a close call in Minnesota where at the end of a road trip on a back to back, but you're right. Once the streak got rolling, there haven't been too many close calls. So here's the song's fundamentals. They are 7th in offense in third in defense. They are one of four teams actually who are in the top ten on both sides of the ball Golden State. Miami and Utah and don't look now, Milwaukee is sniffing ten and ten territory now that they're healthy again. They are plus 7.1 points per hundred possessions that's number two number three in the NBA. Tip in a typical year that's not usually around number two for scoring margin. In other words, everything about this team screams, no brainer, championship contender, end of story. They've won 16 games in a row, and yet you and I both know they are not receiving the amount of media coverage that would typically go to a team that is a no brainer championship contender. And on a 16 game winning streak, I've seen much angst about this in sun's Twitter. I actually think they're right. I think the suns are undercovered. I have about ten thesis, hypotheses as to why that might be, but you help plan a daily NBA show you help plan our coverage. You're in the muck of this. I'm interested, what are some of your theories as to why the sun's for a team that just looks like a legitimately great team are covered much less than the warriors, the Lakers, you know, the nets and on and on. Yeah, it's really surprising to me too. And I think our show on the NBA today has done a pretty decent job of giving the sons a bone. But I think that the biggest reason and you mentioned at the topic goes back to people still see last year's run is sort of fluky because of the injuries that they faced, of course, Anthony Davis went down in the first round, Jamal Murray didn't play it all in the second round, although that was a sweep. I don't think Tom Murray would have done a whole lot to change the outcome. And then the biggest one to me Kawhi Leonard missed the Conference Finals, which was a series that was, even without him fairly closely contested. Son's winning in 6. So I think people didn't see the suns as just a dominant finals team. And I think that's sort of carried over. And then really, if you go back further, you just don't see a team. It's never really happened where you go ten straight years out of the playoffs and all of a sudden you become a juggernaut. Obviously, that's the territory we're starting to get to with a finals run and now 1703 starts. So I think there's even some confirmation bias where the last certainly the last 5 years of the ten year streak where Devin Booker was there where people just didn't think this was a team that was ever going to really get out of the muck and I think people are still believing kind of their old takes and not seeing, well, wow, it doesn't book there's actually gotten a lot better every year. Chris pause unlocked a whole new level of this team. Mikhail bridges is all defense type guy, Deandre ayton is the kind of big who can play in the playoffs..

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Eric Recalls His Early Days as an Advertising Copywriter... For Ex-Lax

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:58 min | 2 months ago

Eric Recalls His Early Days as an Advertising Copywriter... For Ex-Lax

"Oh, here we are at the Babylonian interview show and we have a very special guest mister Eric metaxas in person at the Babylon B not literally in person, but yeah. Not little. I think he is literally in person, isn't it? Well, I guess technically, that would be true. Or off to goods. Do you want to be a little about the word literally? Yeah. Have you noticed people English major writer? So when people miss speak and say, literally, it's like, you know, we literally blew up, you know? It's like, no, that's the whole point. You didn't literally blow up. You blew up. The numbers blew up, but that's not literally, but no, I actually, I got to confess, I am literally here. Well, speaking of literally blowing up. Great transition books about smart Luther Dietrich bonhoeffer, William wilberforce, and you also wrote a commercial for X lax. Can you tell us about that commercial? I did write it right here. Actually, this is not insignificant. In a way. It is totally true that during the worst periods of my life had to take a job as a copywriter for gray advertising. So if you think advertising is cool, like anybody in the advertising business who thinks it's kind of cool. They think yes, but if you sell out, you go to gray advertising. Like they do the stuff that no one else will do. Like X lax. And so I was working with an ad director who was so evil seeming to me that I asked if I could be switched and I said, yeah, well, three years to Mark Schwartz, he does, you know, pharmaceutical. He was a really cool guy. And my first assignment was ex lax, and the ex lax thing, it's so weird because some commercials like it's so they kind of write themselves like they tell you what they want and they just need someone physically to be there and to say like, okay, I wrote this. But so they had this whole thing, you know, somebody comes home with a bag of groceries a mom. You see you got your ex lax, you know, blah, blah, blah. So I wrote that. But the point is, I do they ask their parents, say, I see you got your excellent. It was certainly no. When I was 6. I remember. So you got your exact. But here's the key to the whole thing. The key to the whole thing is that at that time, X lax was either being sued or something because it was such a powerful laxative. Let me say that again. It was such a devastatingly powerful laxative that is sometimes gave people unbelievable cramps and this and that. So they were moving over to an herbal formula, which of course couldn't be nearly as effective, right? So the commercial that I did for X lax was the last actual X lax commercial. After that, they switched over and it became X lax and quotes because the brand. So for 90 years they had this formula soil I wrote the last X lax commercial.

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"schwartz" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

One Life Radio Podcast

04:49 min | 2 months ago

"schwartz" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast

"Health dot com. How you doing dr schwartz. I've missed having you on the show. I'm doing very well bernadette. Yeah good good good. I'm good. I want luneta though. I can't find it anywhere. Such an amazing product and i. I'm not saying that this is not a paid for thing. I just really like dr schwartz. And he's really smart like having on the show you've been a we've known each other. How many years now like five or six years. It's been a while it might even be seven time flies on you know how it is. I know it is. And i have been having a lot of fun by the way and i hope you have to. Every time you're on the radio. I do i do i love i love doing radio and i and i and i love having juniors aside cake and you know. He's he does a great job a on a lot of levels it's nice to be with a pro and so Having said that and you're a pro to when it comes to health as a medical doctor As a recognized physician researcher and inventor and entrepreneur. As i said but today we're talking about we call it kind of covert corner. What is the first or number one thing that you should do. Who should you call if you get a positive cova test okay. Well the exciting news is it's actually changed in the last eight weeks. There's been some new technology new products that are available are there. Fda approved and they really work. They do wonders So the first thing that you should do find out where the nearest infusion center is for monoclonal. Antibodies okay. Let's talk about him. I've never heard of much mcconnell. Antibodies they are antibodies against the cobra virus Mono means one it's a it's a antibody that's targeted directly to the virus itself and that means it's clone replicated so you get a lot of antibody it's basically an infusion. It's a one time deal.

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Climate Rioters Committed an Insurrection at Interior Department

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 3 months ago

Climate Rioters Committed an Insurrection at Interior Department

"Well ladies and gentlemen there was an attempted insurrection at the department of interior And I want to make you aware of it The Washington compost has reported on this Ellie silverman of course they don't call it an insurrection but that's what it was A department spokesperson said security personnel sustained quote multiple injuries on one officer was taken to a hospital Police and climate activists clashed yesterday during protests at the interior department With security personnel sustaining multiple injuries and one officer being taken to a hospital agency spokeswoman Melissa Schwartz said climate demonstrators were attempting to occupy the interior department with dozens entering the Stuart Liu main interior building on C street northwest Those who remained outside clash with police as they tried to keep the one unlocked door open At times protesters attempted to push past the police line The protesters were here for people versus fossil fuels 5 days of demonstrations by a coalition of groups known as build back fossil free That is included indigenous leaders from across the country The coalition's name is a nod to Biden's Bill back better agenda Now people versus fossil fuels send in a statement that 55 people were arrested during the protest including indigenous leaders and said police acted aggressively by using tasers on at least two people and batons to hit others A spokesperson for the federal protective service which Schwartz said responded to the protest to mitigate the situation Did not immediately respond to requests for comment on police tactics and arrests

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Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer's Administrative Leave Extended Through Sept. 3

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:00 min | 5 months ago

Dodgers Pitcher Trevor Bauer's Administrative Leave Extended Through Sept. 3

"Another update here. Doug with dodgers pitcher. Trevor bauer so he hasn't played since late. June was his la- last start with the dodgers. He's been dealing with a couple of different potential domestic violence sexual assault issues from a legal standpoint although there have been no criminal charges yet but today's news is he had his paid administrative leave extended again and this time it goes through september third. Now why is that important. Well specifically do the postseason roster rules in major league baseball. He needed to return to action to be on the active roster by august thirty first and order to be eligible for the playoffs. So this is essentially ending. We could assume. Technically i guess. He could refer return for a portion of the end of the season. Basically this latest extension removes him from being on the postseason roster for the dodgers this

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David W. Mathisen |  Mythic Trauma - SEEEN

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

02:39 min | 5 months ago

David W. Mathisen | Mythic Trauma - SEEEN

"Sir. Polly doozy's is immortal. And they're both dust sons of the same mother. The queen of sparta. Lita you may have heard of the myth of leader in the swan about trauma these cutting edge psychologists that i discovered only more recently. I've been writing about the connections between the missing the stars for a long time. Been writing about how these twins picture for us this divine self but it really started to become more understandable to me when started to hear the teachings of psychologists like dr gabor matej dr richard schwartz. Who talked about trauma in trauma is caused by these terrible things. That happen to us. But that's not the actual if you listen to the teachings of dr gabor matting. He'll say the trauma was not actually those things that happen to you when you're little or whenever they happen to you if it was that would be actually impossible affairs because you can't go back in time to when you were three with. The trump is actually the result of those things that happened in the result was separation from yourself. You actually separated from yourself in that is ongoing trauma that you still carry and that you can fix. Hey ladies and gentlemen thank you for tuning in this. Is your host mystic mark hosted. My family thinks. I'm crazy podcasts. And i hope you've enjoyed the first two editions of the synchro mystic exploration of the ever expanding now because i have really enjoyed participating in these mind expanding conversations and that is the goal of this podcast focuses to give you the best information the metaphysical psychology that you can directly practically us to expand your now and bring in the reality that you truly wanna live. But here's the thing. We need some value

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"schwartz" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

The Bad Crypto Podcast

02:47 min | 5 months ago

"schwartz" Discussed on The Bad Crypto Podcast

"Perhaps one of the most maligned and misunderstood cryptos in the top ten is x. r. p. true believers stand by it and haters continue hating. We are excerpts agnostic excerpt peg nostalgic and are fascinated by all the cryptos. It's been several years since. Ceo bread garlic house joined us on this very show. And today we're pleased to speak with david schwartz the chief technology officer of ripple to go deeper down the rabbit hole. Love it or hate it. We're here to talk all about ripple x. P. on this may the schwartz be with you episode number five hundred thirty eight off of the bed. Clipped podcast space balls is still the best mel brooks films i. I'm curious like what what's bad. No brooksville he.

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La Liga Announces Agreement of €2.7 Billion Deal With CVC Partners

Bloomberg Daybreak Asia

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

La Liga Announces Agreement of €2.7 Billion Deal With CVC Partners

"And Dan Schwartz, Um, is with us looking first at Barcelona. Maybe getting a financial lifeline. Damn, Yeah, Brian. It's because La Liga will be getting a cash infusion of €2.7 billion as league has agreed in principle to sell 10% of the newly formed company, which houses most of its business to private equity firm C. F. C. B. C Capital partners, While La Liga's executive board has okayed the deal, Brian All clubs will vote next week at a General assembly now Real Madrid and Barcelona. Obviously, the two biggest teams in La Liga could both get over €250 million as each as part of the deal, which would of course help offset severe covid 19 financial

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Coronavirus Drug Price: Cost May Only Be $1

Dennis Prager Podcasts

02:03 min | 6 months ago

Coronavirus Drug Price: Cost May Only Be $1

"Is rarely scientists says covert nineteen could be treated for under one dollar. A day i've been telling you for well over a year. I've been doing it. Double blind double blind study. You're ignorant doctors against ivermectin. Ignorant is the charitable exclamation because He doesn't know about so many of the studies that have taken place double blind study and argues. Oh we don't have a double blind study for ivermectin shows. Ivermectin reduces diseases duration and infectiousness. Ivermectin can help reduce the lawn. The length of infection for people who contract corona virus for less than a dollar a day according to recent research by shit chevra for sheba medical center in tel hashomer. Professor elliott schwartz founder of the center for travel medicine in tropical disease at chevra conducted randomized. Control double blinded trial for may fifteenth. Twenty twenty through the end of january twenty twenty one to evaluate the effectiveness of ivermectin and reducing viral shedding among non hospitalized patients with mild to moderate cova. Nineteen ivermectin has been approved by the us fda since nineteen eighty seven. That's thirteen plus twenty. One is thirty four years. It's been it's been approved drugs. Discoverers were awarded the twenty fifteen nobel prize in medicine. I mentioned that last week. So what do you say about that dollar a day my friends. That's why they hate. It doesn't make pharmaceutical companies billions of dollars.

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Internal Family Systems Therapy with Dr. Richard Schwartz

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

02:14 min | 7 months ago

Internal Family Systems Therapy with Dr. Richard Schwartz

"Dr schwartz. Thanks for joining me today. how are you doing. I'm good for us. Great to be with you. Thanks for inviting me. Yeah thanks so much for taking the time to do this. I really appreciate it. And as i mentioned earlier you started out working as a family systems therapists before creating i f s so as kind of way of introduction for you and maybe for i whole what were you doing and seen just around you in the field at the time that the creation of ifs was kind of response to. Yeah so. I was one of those sort of zealous family therapists. Who but we've found the holy grail and fought those psycho dynamic with psychoanalytic therapists that were monkey around in the inner world. We're wasting their time. 'cause we could change all that by just reorganizing. These external families and i set out to prove that thousand nine hundred eighty one. I think i was a fresh graduate from my doctoral program in wayland family therapy and i decided to what we gathered together about thirty lima kids and their families and tried to prove that the structural strategic family therapy works and found that it didn't actually i could reorganize the family's just the way the book said to these kids would keep binging and purging to my frustration. So i began asking why and they started to teach this to me and it was very foreign to me at the time because they would talk about as you say these different parts of them say some version of when something bad happens this critic attacks inside caused me horrible names and then that brings up a part that makes me feel yang empty and alone worthless and that feeling is so dreadful that the bench comes in to get away from that. The act of the binge brings the critic back. Who's now calling me a pig on top of the other names in that. Of course the brings back that young empty alone worthless part and so they were talking about these parts is if they had a lot of autonomy in almost like little inner beings so i got scared. I thought maybe these kids were sick. To than i thought and then i started listening inside myself in my god. I've got him to and some a minor has extreme is. There's just

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DarkSide Explained: The Ransomware Group Responsible for Colonial Pipeline Attack

Fresh Air

01:50 min | 8 months ago

DarkSide Explained: The Ransomware Group Responsible for Colonial Pipeline Attack

"Michael schwartz welcome to fresh air the inner workings of ransomware that you found out where fascinating. Let's start with what you learned. The victim sees on the screen when dark side captures the computer system. When the ransomware is uploaded into a victim's computer system the first thing they see is a ransom note. It says at the top welcome to dark side and it contains a list of instructions on how the victim can go about unlocking their data. They have no access to their data and what they need to do. Is they'll rely on dark side by paying a ransom to provide them with a key that will allow them to get these files back and the letter is written in a kind of very formal business. Like manner with very subtle threats. Warned victims are warned. Not to try and tamper with their computers themselves. Try not to access the data themselves because this may result in the loss of the data completely. And so. they're they're instructed to get in touch immediately with the dark side representative to begin negotiations over the ransom and not only locks victims out of computer systems that hackers can steal proprietary data right and this is basically to put added pressure on the business. Not only does the victim risk losing access to important computer files that may be necessary for the day to day running of the business but the hackers will threaten to spill this information into the public domain to be used by competitors to be used by other hackers to carry out additional attacks on the company. And so they're really really hard pressed to act very very quickly to clear this up. The victims

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"schwartz" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

Taste Of Taylor

04:15 min | 8 months ago

"schwartz" Discussed on Taste Of Taylor

"I get grumpy or quiet. She gets embarrassed because she's such a people pleaser so like she's always extra hard amies so i can never really use her as a barometer like know what i mean. Does tom do that to do. Yeah like he doesn't get hard on me. But it's just like i he i know he would say he'd be like baba baba in the morning right and you're like what i do. Yeah basically basically go through your phone and make sure you didn't tax rates. You gotta go through your an scrammed. Dm's make sure you weren't just like sending weird shit to people. Yeah you know. We're gonna in this podcast. We are absolutely address. The fact that i am. Katie eighty s me. And we are both and taylor donahue my fiance schwartz..

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Three Washington State Officers Plead Not Guilty in Manuel Ellis' Restraint Death

Clark Howard

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Three Washington State Officers Plead Not Guilty in Manuel Ellis' Restraint Death

"Committee. But Republicans, they're already brushing that off. Calling it political. ABC is Rachel Scott, three Police officers in Washington state have pleaded not guilty in the death of a black man while in their custody. What exactly happened during the confrontation with Manuel Ellis is still being debated. But the attorney general found enough evidence to charge to come. Officers Christopher Burbank and Matthew Collins, who are both white. With murder. Timothy Rankin, who is Asian, is charged with manslaughter attorneys for the 31 of them released on personal recognizance, But Judge Michael Schwartz said no degrees. It's a

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Understanding the Israel-Hamas Conflict

WSJ What's News

02:04 min | 9 months ago

Understanding the Israel-Hamas Conflict

"In israel. The death toll is rising as fighting between israel and hamas intensifies last night israeli. Prime minister benjamin. Netanyahu said that he would be sending in the military and border police across the country to restore order as communal violence. Spread within israel's borders at the same time among those in the midst of the violence are arab israelis are the descendants of palestinians who remained in israel after the nine hundred forty eight war that established the country. We want to take a closer look at the genes of this. Most recent conflict the efforts to quell the violence. And how all of this plays into the overall security of the region joining me from tel aviv. Is w j reporter. Felicia schwartz felicia. I'm glad we could connect with you fall for horrible so felicia over time. We know there has been tension between israel and hamas. We've seen three war since hamas seized control of the gaza strip in two thousand seven. The most recent tension dates back to the spring of twenty. Eighteen came after president. Trump recognize jerusalem as israel's capital. Explain to me what's happening now. That's prompting this violence that we're seeing today so among us decided to become a part of these long simmering tensions in jerusalem that sort of exploded around ramadan this year and around the same time. There is a looming decision on a court case about whether to evict palestinians from a sort of strategically situated neighborhood in east jerusalem. There were demonstrations there. They spread to the mosque. One of the holiest sites in islam. Israeli police had pretty heavy handed. Response there to some people who are bringing rocks and fireworks to the compound and there were these very violent confrontations between police and worshippers. Police were using stun grenades rubber bullets. There were a lot of injuries. There

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Meeting Your Internal Family with Susan McConnell

Being Well with Dr. Rick Hanson

01:16 min | 9 months ago

Meeting Your Internal Family with Susan McConnell

"Would love to kind of start at the beginning with you and sort of go from there. So i gave as you said kind of a little rundown of the basic premise of it. But obviously you know it and much more detail that i do ad for people who aren't familiar with it. What's this internal family systems model. Well like you said the basis of the model assumes that we're not a unified personality but we are Multiple and that is how we talk. What appreciated about learning from dick schwartz. Back in the nineties was that he had run the same time that i was exploring different types of movement and body workin different therapies and dick was getting his phd in structural family therapy and then trying out and finding limitations to it and he really had mired about him is that when faced with ways that what he had learned in school and worked he just sat down and brought his curiosity as well as his compassion to listening to his clients. Who were talking about well part of me extra time. He was working a lot with bulimia patients beginning theory. Was that if you heal the then. The symptom and one person in the family will. You will become better. He found that oftentimes the

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Burakovsky Scores 2, Avs Beat Blues to Clinch Playoff Berth

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 9 months ago

Burakovsky Scores 2, Avs Beat Blues to Clinch Playoff Berth

"The avalanche clinch a playoff spot with a four two win over the blues at enterprise centre Colorado was playing for the first time since April fourteenth due to a Colbert pause and they get a pair of goals from Andre Burakovsky you can have any excuse initially I mean even if we feel a little bad and sickle red M. and M. being off for been off for a couple days I mean every time you put the skates on young you gotta come out go out and compete I mean you got it you got to do a job no matter what brand inside appear Edward bill Maher also scored for the ABS who are eighteen one and two in the last twenty one games Jaden Schwartz scored twice for St Louis is they lose their third straight David Duke wins in net Jordan Bennington takes the loss I'm Mike Reeves

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NASA Picks SpaceX to Build New Lunar Lander

NPR News Now

00:57 sec | 9 months ago

NASA Picks SpaceX to Build New Lunar Lander

"Elon. Musk space x two point. Nine billion dollars to build a lunar landing system to fairy astronauts to the surface of the moon. Npr's matthew schwartz reports spacex was one of three companies chosen last year to develop technology for nasa human landing system program. On friday nasa announced spacex won the contract beating out the jeff bezos company blue origin and alabama defense contractor dianetics. It's the first time the space will use a human land or built by a private company. It's being built as part of the program which aims to bring americans back to the moon by twenty twenty four nasa plans to send four astronauts on a multi-day rocket journey to moon orbit. Two crew members will transfer to spacex his lander for their descent to the lunar surface. Nasa says that at least one of those astronauts will be the first woman to set foot on the moon matthew schwartz.

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Philadelphia Eagles sign linebacker Eric Wilson

Bleeding Green Nation

02:05 min | 10 months ago

Philadelphia Eagles sign linebacker Eric Wilson

"Eagles have made some news over the last couple of days that we should pass along. The birds have made a couple of free agent signings Over the last couple of days and will run those down for you here. You can tell. It's a totally new eagles regime by the way when they go out and prioritize adding a linebacker in free agency although the eljay fort fiasco tells us not to count our chickens before they're hatched. The eagles signed former vikings linebacker. Eric wilson to a one year deal this week worth up to three and a quarter million dollars. There is a connection to the eagles. Here with wilson a linebackers coach. Nick rally spent time as wilson's assistant position coach for the last three years in minnesota. So you know so much time when you're adding free agents who your trading for players. There's always some kind of coaching connection especially here with the eagles over the last few years and that continues to be the case. Now wilson turns just twenty years old in september so he's a younger player and became a full time starter for the vikings last year. How do you really solid season for them to record it. One hundred twenty two tackles eight passes defended three interceptions in one forced fumble clearly. He's the number one linebacker on the roster. Right now. he'll be atop the depth chart he'll be the guy starting at middle linebacker unless something totally unforeseen happens. And i'm still kind of trying to figure out how the eagles got their hands on them at this stage in the off season for it for as little as they did and considering the salary cap situation that they're in and we know that this is not a position. The eagles have prioritized a whole lot. In recent off seasons they did again. Like i mentioned a sign eljay for contract very early in the offseason. Two years ago when it seemed like their third free agent off the board and they gave him a lot of guaranteed money. And then jim schwartz never played them and they cut him in midseason in the baltimore. Ravens picked him up in a hurry and he played great for them in the second half of the two thousand nine hundred and season to the point where they signed him to a contract extension before the season was out and eljay ford would have been a very big help in the eagles on the eagles. Defense these last couple of years and so we're kind of. I don't think this is going to go that way Eric wilson has has has a little bit more to his resume than eljay ford did when the eagles picked him up

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Cuomo Responds To Allegations That New York's 'Vaccine Czar' Called County Officials To Assess Their Loyalty To The Governor

Joe Pags

00:20 sec | 11 months ago

Cuomo Responds To Allegations That New York's 'Vaccine Czar' Called County Officials To Assess Their Loyalty To The Governor

"That a top aide who heads up New York's vaccine distribution is apparently making some loyalty calls on the governor's behalf, Larry Schwartz says, reportedly been calling Democratic County executives to see where they stand with the embattled governor. As he deals with sexual harassment and nursing home scandals. Georgia election officials have discovered a phone

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Longtime Adviser To New York Gov. Cuomo Allegedly Tried To Gauge County Officials’ Loyalty Amid Sexual Harassment Investigation

At Home

00:36 sec | 11 months ago

Longtime Adviser To New York Gov. Cuomo Allegedly Tried To Gauge County Officials’ Loyalty Amid Sexual Harassment Investigation

"New York Governor Andrew Cuomo faced new questions today after it was reported a top adviser called County officials to gauge their loyalty with the governor facing investigations over sexual harassment allegations that his handling of nursing home deaths, The Washington Post reports. Longtime Cuomo adviser Larry Schwartz has called Democrat County executives to assess their political support for the governor. At least one of those officials told the paper. It was inappropriate it best since Schwartz controls the state's distribution of vaccines, Short said he was acting is Cuomo's friend and did not mention vaccines and those calls Cuomo's office at any suggestion shorts acted unethically is patently false.

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"schwartz" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

05:18 min | 11 months ago

"schwartz" Discussed on The Remarkable Leadership Podcast

"Three to one welcome everybody to another episode of the remarkable leadership. Podcast so glad that you're with me first episode in march of twenty twenty one. But we're recording this several weeks before that my guest today is jeff schwartz. Let me tell you about jefferson will then. He is the founding partner of deloitte consulting's. Us future of work practice and the global editor of the global human capital trends report. He has led research on the evolution of work workforce's and workplace practices and advise clients around the world on workforce transformation a global consultant. He's lived and worked in the us. India russia belgium kenya and israel his thinking on the future work and talent strategy strategies in publications including deloitte review. Sloan management review the rotman review in the wall street journal. His new book is titled. Work disrupted opportunity. Resilience and growth in an accelerated. Future of work was released in january of twenty twenty one like my last guest guest. That actually talked to yesterday. He started his career in the peace corps. He was a volunteer in nepal and later served as one of the first associate directors of the peace in the russian federation. He is a graduate of yale. School of management has an mba princeton school of public and international affairs and he resides in new york city. And he's our guest today and jeff. I'm glad that you're here. Welcome really delighted to be with you today. Kevin and i'm exhausted just listening to that bio so hopefully we'll so glad that you're other wrote that for me to us. I'm glad to hear that so so you don't wake up when you're twelve years old. You don't even wake likely when you're at princeton or yale and say i'm going to be the guru of the future of work like that's probably not what happened. I'm guessing you're about my age so you probably thinking in you know at one point like astronaut or something like that So tell us a little bit about the journey. How did you end up doing this kind of work just quickly give us the the thumbnail view of your journey. That's a great question. So when i was in you know when i was in second grade for for those of our listeners who are here in a us but almost anywhere in the world they would. They would ask us in elementary school. What we wanted to be when we grew up. And i remember being asked to draw a picture and i was limited by the fact that i i really couldn't draw pictures of too many occupations so fairly when i was seven. I wanted to be a fireman because i could draw. Firemen scatter red crayon red hat. It was very easy to sort of You know so i don't. I'm not sure..

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"schwartz" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"schwartz" Discussed on The Business of Sports With Andrew Brandt

"Part of the movement is that the first Israelites were. Were Black. Okay like I defined by. Jews I think would agree that they weren't white to begin. Mean so like I don't really understand why we're putting. Get down for that because I don't know about you. I was never taught what race Jews were when the Old Testament. Talk about so. There's no color of God. Jesus is in popular culture white with blonde hair blue. That's that's that's not us. We're not us so I. Just think it's it's. kind of learning about. Louis Farrakhan preaches, and it's like that's just learn about Judaism. It's not all what we talk about. We don't talk about what race that first. Israelites were not part of our discussion so I. Think most would agree that that we weren't. We weren't white, so it's interesting. It's interesting I don't know. I don't know other education like I, said I hope to shaw learns because he's the one guy that's doing it right now and can somehow. You'll maybe teach other players who have said these antisemitic things agreed with things that just are even if even if the first Israelites are black honestly, I'll I'll be. About Judaism whatsoever. No I think people are surprised from outside point of view that. You make when you play. The average number of Jews in the league was four five six. We're talking about like full like mother Jewish? Three right I mean there were there were there were half Jews but like full like mother's Jewish and whatnot and got Bar Mitzvah. Not, many of us and it was like three now. My brother Ali Maher maybe and. That'll three three. Yeah, an element and I really I didn't practice the culture to a while ago. So. It's it's not many of us, and so the loose for a learning more about it. As we go through this week. I've heard his name thrown around. I've tried to. China can ignore it. I've I've heard his name before. But there's no dismissing that a medic. We'll get back to this really insightful interview with Jess Schwartz in a minute I..

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"schwartz" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"schwartz" Discussed on Even Money

"It's going to wreck that teaser. They get that fourth and fifteen so I hate the rule. Wow Jeff my mind is blown. I hadn't I hadn't even thought about it from a teaser. Perspective what thought about it from over fitting because especially if you mis now on the fourth and fifteen urine Phil rains. The other team has now immediately field goal range and they're immediately a range of just. Hey if we break one tackle on run touchdown and now things are much different with with over and unders. I primarily unders in all sports and this doesn't feel very good for that because his team score now well and actually if a team goes for the fourth and fifteen and doesn't get it and the other team gets the ball to twenty five really in that situation. The team will probably just let them score right mean if they if they went forward in that situation. They'll probably let them score Steve. I think it's GonNa take them a few years to figure that out. Ross I don't see with a minute and a half left a team just letting the team run for twenty five yards and also what will happen? The word get out and you'll see running back to run twenty yards and then just fall down on the three yard line so I don't. I think it'll take a little evolution for that to occur. But you're right. I mean there's still i. It amazes me when the teams down one. The team has the ball oftentimes. They don't want the other team sc which is just. I just can't understand it. Yeah it's It's it's GonNa be interesting really interesting to see what the effect of it is now. Time to down now. It's an untimely down. They just changed that today before they go ahead and vote on it tomorrow. So you hate the rule in general Steve. Or you just hate the teaser. Part of it. I hate the rule in general because it creates variance and various is bad in my business. I want the final score to be what should have been and not introduce a element. That's going to be very difficult to handicap. Because it's really just random and frankly teasers still some really good bets and I don't know if I can bet teasers if this rule gets put into play because it's such a bad teaser real because I think about when you're taking a seven point favorite down to one and a half point favorite. The last thing you need is to give these underdogs a better chance to win and like I said conversely. Ut's a plus up to apply just basic strategy teasing through three in the seven. Will now you get in the back door? This happens all the time. Teams are downtown and they kicked a field goal in the final ninety seconds to get the lead down to a one score game. Now you'RE GONNA lose on if you don't get your fourth and fifteen on a meaningless field goal at the end. Wow Jeff Awesome job. Thank you so much for coming on the show really appreciate it. I know you've been doing awesome video stuff recently. Can you make sure all the listeners know how to check that stuff out yes so I started a youtube series? Just go to my Youtube Channel Jeff Schwartz essentially I have a website Schwartz. Nfl DOT COM. You can find most of my stuff. They're just kind of links to all the things I do. Yeah I just I mean have free time so I don't like free time so I keep busy and that's and that's one way I do. It makes some some extra videos awesome. It's it's great learning stuff. It's sort of the video version of what Greg Cosell and I are trying to do Co..

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"schwartz" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"schwartz" Discussed on Even Money

"Some buddy trades guys his garage quietly. I mean those guys are able to get the work but I think physically. The younger players don't really know how to prepare quite yet in. The older guys already have a home gym. Don't to prepare take care their body and that's part of this. That's different twenty. Eleven as the physical part of being raised to play just mentally dealing with this whole couple of months. Thought veterans will be able to do that better than young guys who really don't know have prepare for the NFL. So I'm just curious Jeff since you play with Cam Newton and you live in Charlotte so you watch a lot of Carolina Panthers Games like let's say he signed a makeup team right. The jags the chargers which is going to happen now the Patriots whatever. Like how much do you think he has left? And with that positively affect your your feelings about that teams winter. Let's just say for pretend he gets signed tomorrow by the Jaguars or the Patriots. Are you going and hitting the over for those teams the next day or no? I'm not because I don't know. If he can stay healthy I would say if he is healthy which it appears and he stays healthy for entire season. You still really good. You looked at the twenty eighteen. The first half of the season when he was He wasn't injured to eight games. It was probably the best quarterback over his career for your quarterback not really the running element of his game. He was completing eight nine percent more than he had been in previous and that was the first year under North Turner in a brand new offense and that really impressed me. Now you can get that that Cam noon in twenty twenty s the question. I think that's why he's not quite as other reasons. In my opinion just kind of go right now starter is just us? No reason the site. He was kind of wait until things a shakeout during during training camp. But I I think that's the question is that I would feel like thought quite sure I get full. Sixteen Games at a camp. If you get sixteen games from him yes. I think that he would improve the Jaguars you. The Patriots obviously have a high bar or just because of the Patriots but I feel comfortable and in leaning toward a team total over if I just expect a canopy healthy all season one of the things I wanted to get to with you. Jeff would I thought was interesting. Is You have some unique thoughts as it relates to home field advantage. You Know Stephen. I have talked about this but you just texting with you. You interesting about homefield advantage last year and then coming into this year or last year wasn't it wasn't like it was a year year for home. Field you the chiefs lost three home using no one was out without pam home. I think Seattle lost three home games..

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"schwartz" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

05:40 min | 1 year ago

"schwartz" Discussed on Even Money

"In the division that is adding players to the roster of the chargers for example he keep adding players that really earn comeback training camp and not have any guys playing with each other and having to ramp up. I remember now Austin the new CBA the first five days. I believe a training camp acclimation period. So so that's five less days now to really get a lot of work in that you would normally have in the last. Cbs obviously in the previous CBA. When when you're GonNa camp with with Doubled as the teams. The Ravens for the chiefs is better. I think Tom Brady. Actually I noted new situation for him. He's managed to make it work with with is wide receivers and getting a center out there to work together. I think the people that understand the pars understand what it takes to get ready every year. The players that have the money right now typically veterans to build home chance. I know a lot of guys have done that. My brother for example Bata Jimmy's. He's put his garage veteran players. You'll have to prepare. I think they're going to be a step ahead of all of these teams you. The cowboys cowboys are supremely talented. But right now. They have a quarterback who's a franchise taxes pretty. I would imagine upsetting a deal quite yet brand new coach. You have a new parts and I think Burger a team that supremely talented in my opinion. That's going to struggle. Mccarthy's offense is nothing length offense that Dacca's run now with killing more and and I know. They said they're going to run like hell. I don't believe any of that coaches don't change like that they don't just give it to someone else. Yeah I don't believe any of that I think McCarthy's offense maybe with the terminology. Calendar where you've been using and that really any of these teams with with new coaches with young players are going to struggle. At my opinion I went through this. Twenty letter with walkout. I was on a team with a brandon quarterback and Cameroon on Kimberly and played. Well he played as well as you probably could could've rookie. But there were growing pains early on because we just didn't have ability to to work out. We'd have an ability to get in the playbook we have ability to learn. What the coaches want us to do. what techniques. They want us to use how they want us to play certain things and that's what used to practice hard. I don't even practice that hardy more and it's a recipe for law. These young teams to struggle out the gate. I would pound the over on a law. These these win totals for these veteran teams. So here's my question about that Steve. 'cause a lot of what? Jeff just said we've said you know it's it makes sense right I think. We all kind of intuitively understand that. Do you feel like that's already built in to like the week. One lines and the season win totals. Because if you're saying Steve and I'm saying it and Jeff is saying it. At what point does everybody know it? And like you're really getting the value out of it and I think like Jeff Your Carolina team. Correct me if I'm wrong. I think they went six and ten that you're yes yes and I think they're season win..

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"schwartz" Discussed on Even Money

Even Money

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"schwartz" Discussed on Even Money

"Sign up bonus. Two-day he is Steve Physic- I think by now. Most of you already know this. The only two time winner of the Super Bowl of professional football gambling the super contest at the West Gate Casino. He's a stud. He's the math guy. He knows the numbers. And by the way Steve. This was your idea but coming up next week. We're going to reveal how we've done over the last few years Birdman. Todd Bergman helping us with that at L. Birdman very much looking forward to that at exports and only at physics sports on twitter by the way at Ross Tucker. Nfl that's twitter that's instagram. That's facebook. Facebook DOT COM SLASH. Ross Tucker. Nfl I think most of you know former. Nfl journeymen much to my surprise. My Dad's five nine a buck seventy and as per the picture. I posted a week ago on my wedding day. I was just about six five three hundred and thirty seven pounds happiest day of my life spicy mustard for life. Anyway I got a bunch of podcasts. I Love Them. I love that you guys love them. I love that you guys tell other people that you love them. I love that you guys tell other people that you love them and then they tell other people that you got you got matrix here. Jeff Schwartz is going to join US former. Nfl Offensive Lineman. I mentioned that today's Ross. Tucker football pockets. Andrew Brandt by the way was amazing on today's Ross. Tucker Football podcast. I love when you guys rate and review show. We have a big announcement for this show coming next week. Big like big big next week so very much looking forward to that. We don't do very many announcements but we do have a pretty big one by the way if you listen to this show and you like the action. I'm picking four more people to go against me and Joe Dolan in best ball ten fantasy fantasy football draft like. Let's do it right. Get chance to win a free hundred and twenty bucks. I'm not asking you a painting in you have to put any money in all you have to do is say all right. Ross. Let's do this. My friend sign up. Fantasy points dot com use the code feast all caps. Send it to me. Ross at Ross Tucker Dot com and say Ross. I want a piece of you and I'll say okay. Let's do it speaking of..

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"schwartz" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

SI Media Podcast

13:36 min | 2 years ago

"schwartz" Discussed on SI Media Podcast

"Trainer. Thanks so much for listening kind of a different show. Today we Not a ton going on there and supports media. I'm tired of talking about Tony Romo Looks like we'll have some Some clarification on his role soon of whether he stays with CBS across the ESPN and You know I'm into the Astros story tried to get an MLB player on. It's funny. I all the current players I reached out to didn't WanNa come on and talk about the Astros all the former players. I reached out to wander to come on but couldn't work it out with their schedule so I do feel like even though the players are still bashing the astras. If you like a little extra fatigue they're so We WE'RE GONNA start the show with Mitchell Schwartz offensive. Linemen of the chiefs wanted to talk to him because he just came off winning a super bowl and I wanted to sort of give you guys a sense of what that's like and his season. So much there at the chiefs homes and Kelsey and Mitchell Schwartz is also a big Foodie so we discussed the Super Bowl. Nfl got into seventeen games scheduled topics like that. He shared some fun super bowl stories. And then We discussed food. And then after Mitchell Schwartz. I got two of my colleagues justice. Mentana Kruschev to join me for little round table on the net flicks documentary. Three part series came out in December. I just watched it this week. don't fuck with cats if you saw it you you know what it's all about if you haven't you might. WanNa listen to you know. Get a little Perspective on what? It was a bad if you don't plan on watching it if you if you're to watch it I'll be honest. You should skip the roundtable. 'cause they're spoilers but there's so much there that I wanted to have them on to discuss it. So that's the show Mitchell Schwartz of the cheese and a little conversation about net flicks Don't F with cats I don't know what if I'm here for the title and then Last week if you missed it go into the archives. We had on Andrew Marshon from the New York Post on some sports media news topics Danner Lobski from ESPN and Two weeks ago was another Good Pie there with Bryan curtis of the Ringer. So those are in the archives if you miss them check them out please. Subscribe to this podcast. It helps tremendously subscribe. Subscribe subscribe. I let's kick off this week show with Mitchell Schwartz Lyman. Who by the way I get into this with Mitch? But he did not allow one sack this year. Unbelievable stat get into it and he was very good on the pod so check it out here. We go this week's meeting podcast joining me now. Super Bowl champion from the Kansas City chiefs. Offensive lineman dominant offensive lineman Mitchell Schwartz. Coming off one of the most unbelievable seasons you'll ever see from an offensive lineman and now he's got a super bowl ring. Mitch has gone. Well thanks for coming on has the has the bowl Sort of hangover going. We still are we still in the glow or we still partying we relaxing now. What what's the Post Super Bowl lifelike? relaxing is probably the word to go with right now. I'm not a huge huge sale all the clips of the guys I was GONNA back to my thing But it was fun to watch everyone go crazy and yeah it's kind of about the normalized like given the morning like.

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"schwartz" Discussed on If I Were You

If I Were You

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"schwartz" Discussed on If I Were You

"Rabbi. To lead it seen from punk to nine hundred ninety nine. Yeah, it could be both. I guess the foreskin that wasn't cut in. It's just very short my sumptious. Correct. Short skin short. That's nice. I half a half a half. See that also could explain why the it's like it's a to skin. Thank you guys. Thank you guys. Thank you. Thank you guys. To kids. It's like, don't be afraid to stand up. Don't be afraid to stand up. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. I never cue. Thank you. Two two. I never sorry, sorry. I've never interrupted a chant. Sorry, actually, I want to. I've never let him let him talk. You're right. You're right. But let them talk. Jake's never done this before. But I'd like to award, you the golden Mike. Not is. Tell them that have been Schwartz. Second golden Thank cue. you. Thank you very much. So anyway when I thought of the idea for two skinned. I had it four skin is like a normal thing I had I had the idea for to skin. Oh, anyway, I really appreciate you guys is here. Up. Legendary Joe, legendary, I absolutely savage. I had a savage was totally. So if you want to doubt about it. Hell, I will sometime in the show fell backwards. And I had to skin oh my God. There's a thousand dollar gift certificate on the bottom of this awesome. How many of these you have let's split it? I don't have any Jay do I have three hundred and eighty six. Thank you. That was entirely for the two skin or any other bits. No by that. My skin, Joe crushed also. So that's what I'm saying. Ask your parents Jake Thomas a quick. A quick was, I was I circumcise would really key might have been circumcised as a kid or something. And then, like outgrew foreskin. You know why the parents don't necessarily know wait. No. The baby penis that had a normal sized for skin. But now he's an adult man with the baby foreskin. Oh, that's cool. They say ears in four Skains. Don't grow. You think it's also conversely, eating it's also possible that he was circumcised and half of it grew back as protest. It's kind of like a to skin shut up, dude. That's. Joke the joke thief. You're not eighty on the audience is right? That's. You. Joke. You just one yourself attorney. You guys wanna hear him. Okay. So this guy kind of has a small four skin. Right. Ben Schwartz thinking it's more like. Thank you. Thank you. Hey you shit. He tried to take. Thank you. Thank you, whoever gave it to thank you so much. I appreciate it. Thank you. Does that was anybody? That was anybody's award tonight, benthic at home for the. Two for me. How many of you Jake eighty six money for Amir? He has not won one yet, but it is, there's always next episode. There's always next episode to have it. Cool. All right next question. Yeah. I have a fucking ear infection from the fall. Related. You're hearing you had that already man, I didn't I fell on a fucking Caterpillar. I sorta got. My, my teeth feel thaw, I fucking weird, dude. I'm theory. Another affliction. You've had earlier. Did you have any like bad fit when you fell down them? Not feel pretty good. Actually. It's crazy. Thomas actually looks even better than you. Did. Your, your looks realigned, thanks. Yeah. Postures amazing. Thanks. Pretty tight feel pretty good. So pretty. Things that the fuck up dude. Get question. What's up time? What's the letter do some? Email. This was actually snail to us tons, read the scroll, it's the tablet. We need a British man's name from Lyster Lyster square. Mandra would. Manda Royd man, George oh man. Like boy towards Manzoor mentor. Thank you. And George from Lyster rights. Where is Lyster in England north to the south. Okay. What is it next to right? I know. Okay. Cut X about two years ago. Thomas is amazing impression accents. Frill. Done. So maybe what have we done? Maybe five hundred shows together to probably closer to mill. You are so good. I'm terrible that you're always.

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