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"sean ramos" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Hey, it's Sean Ramos from from today explained this weekend like most of you I watched in shock as our country already reeling from one catastrophe dove headfirst into another one. My team and I spent a lot of time thinking about the most meaningful way to cover the protests and the unrest, and decided to talk to Abram Candy. He's the guy who wrote how to be an anti racist, and he says what we're witnessing. Is The American nightmare black? America's been dealing with it for like ever, but now the rest of us. US are getting a good look at it. It's a potential turning point for the country and we're going to be covering all week. Today explained. We're planning to talk about the militarization of police departments in how police unions make it hard to weed out. Bad Police officers were planning to talk to black parents and white parents about the conversations. They're having with their kids right now. We're GONNA talk about how the entire country can wake up from this American nightmare and move forward, so join US wherever you listen. Today explained thanks. Yeah. I haven't made more I think. But I gotTa have a mess. Seven and five started twitter. Yeah don't worry. I'm about to disappoint a lot of people with my with my next a bull assessments so I know this y'all show I'll. Say I. Really I'm going to assume because you guys. Are Super Lsu out. I think you both have them losing in Cincinnati. A well, you know what? Last. Really like that's a stretch in, you're correct. Except.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Today, Explained
"So NASA gets a chance to see if this whole working with private companies thing can really work. What's on the line for SPACEX? Well this is a huge deal for space because the reason that space was created was to put people on Mars so launching humans has been part of their gold is entire time. But it's definitely been a long road to get here. I mean they had quite a few explosions when they were trying to launch rockets but eventually they got technology to work they had NASA invest in them and then They were able to send cargo to the International Space Station through NASA. And so now. They've taken their cargo vehicle called the dragon and have upgraded it into notice the crew dragon and they've had to do a ton of testing for this program in order to convince NASA that it's time to put astronauts on these vehicles and then they've also had their fair share of hiccups to look year a test. Version of the crew dragon exploded during a ground test that really sent shockwaves through both the space community and NASA but they were able to overcome those and now. They're the cusp of actually putting humans on these vehicles. I hate to ask but if a bad outcome does happen here. What kind of setback is that? GonNa mean for NASA FOR SPACEX. It's going to be very tragic day for sure. And it's something I don't really want to think about and it's going to create a lot of questions of whether or not this way of doing business was right or successful. I don't know if that means that NASA will stop pursuing these kinds of programs. But it certainly will be access central question for a lot of people if that were to happen and it will be a really bad day assuming this is successful though. I mean I remember when The former chief scientist of NASA Allen Fan came on our show maybe about a year ago you know she was talking about how NASA only really go as far as public. Funding can take it. Nasa is actually about zero point four percent of the US federal budget. So I do hear people sometimes saying Oh. I don't know if we can make it to Mars and fifteen or twenty years. You're like we could go and five if we really tried and spent the money so if this is successful could it mean that we might actually get to that original mission of space x where they're sending people to Mars or private citizens on really expensive ticket to space. I mean I think this is obviously the crucial first step for that to happen whether or not you and I are going to be able to afford tickets to space. You know. That's still an open question right now. It's still tens of millions of dollars to ride on one of these vehicles. So sure SPACEX has been able to bring the cost down but it hasn't been able to bring the cost down in a way that makes it more accessible and is able to sustain a burgeoning market of space tourism. That's something that we're gonNA find out. In the years ahead and SPACEX survive long enough to get to that point where they can start regularly sending people the space. I think they're going to keep going no matter what but let's remember that the reason that space x was founded was to put people on. Mars that that is what Elon. Musk has been saying from day. One and I don't think a lot of people realize that SPACEX has launched anybody at I think a lot of people underestimate just what it takes to send a human and not a robot into space. We have a lot of needs that need to be met. We need life support systems. We need food to eat. We need a place. Go to the bathroom. There are a lot of things that need to be engineered to keep us alive in space because we are to stop meant to be there so I think once space x finally has the experience of what it takes to keep people alive in space that is going to be super valuable experience for them and inform the rest of their vehicle. Designs moving forward. It's taken years for space x to get to this point on the verge of sending their first crew rocket to space. But they've gotten really good at a different type of launch and it's starting to clutter up the sky. I'm no I'm Hassenfeld filling in for Sean Ramos. Jerem this is today explain. Are you getting tired of cycling through your friends to call them up and talk about everything is always the same and nothing changes anymore? Are Your friends getting tired to better health offers online licensed professional counselors? Who can help connect with your counselor in a safe and private online environment? Anything you share is confidential to get started simply. Fill out a questionnaire to help assessor needs and get matched with a counselor in less than twenty four hours after that you can easily schedule secure video or phone sessions with your therapist plus exchange unlimited messages. 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"sean ramos" Discussed on The Ezra Klein Show
"A general strike. But in terms of the kind of level of connection organizing. That's happening among themselves. You know my nephew works at an Amazon warehouse in Queens. Actually because a few people there came down with the virus and there was lots going on and when I talked to him about these things. He's super aware of the strikes and of the discussion around striking. And he's not someone who's very political and who thinks these things outside of this context in normal life so the fact that workers are recognizing not just that the public is recognizing their important but they're recognizing their own importance that they're recognizing that in order for Americans to be able to live the lives that they wanna live. They need people packing their Amazon boxes and delivering their food and etc that self recognition of their importance I think is the first step towards continuing to build beyond this pandemic. So there's the question of do we think a strike can happen right now during all of this and I think that's that's a high calling and one that is probably not quite possible but then there's another question of do. We think that some foundation can be laid now in terms of altering the way that worker see themselves and altering the way that the public sees workers so that a year from now or two years from now after some work has been done some organizing his happen we might see something closer to a general strike. I think if we stretch the time horizon that way than than there is much more that it's possible. Is it too late though? Is it too late in two years when people have maybe even forgotten how grateful they were to their grocery store workers back in pandemic and in the spring of Twenty twenty? It may be. I mean if there if there's a real possibility now I wouldn't say way right but if it doesn't look like things are going to move in that direction now I. I don't know that I would say that. The moment will have passed two years from now. We're looking at a long road of economic struggle ahead of us and that doesn't go away even when the most intense part of this pandemic Wayne's and I think people are going to continue to have deep needs. I think people are going to continue to recognize you know that. They're not getting a lot from their employers that they're very insecure economically that their families are not cared for in the way that they should be given. How much work they're doing. And these issues are going to continue to like percolate and be a part of the public conversation whether or not it will be too late. Two years from now is going to depend on what happens between now and then you know. The strike in Seattle. Didn't bubble up just out of nowhere. There were people on the ground working for years beforehand to make something like that possible to connect different unions to each other to connect workers to each other who previously didn't understand their fates as linked. I think if this moment can spark that kind of activity then two years from now might exactly when those things have built up to the point that the capacity is there to really organize people to push back. Jamea Michener is a professor in the government department over Cornell University in Ithaca New York. She's got a book. It's called Fragmented Democracy Medicaid federalism and unequal politics. Maybe see if there's a way to find your local bookstore and tell your essential workers how much you appreciate them. And you know maybe ask if they're accepting tips if you can afford it in the immortal words of Kanye West if you admire somebody you should go ahead and tell them. People never get the flowers while they can still smell them. I'm Sean Ramos Forum. This is today explained.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Today, Explained
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Pick your delivery date and one eight hundred flowers will handle the rest order today and save at one eight hundred flowers dot com. Tom Code Romance Today explained blamed. I'm Sean Ramos Firm. I spoke to boxes editor at large as reclined. Last week about polarization. He explained how impeachment doesn't really work in a polarized system. You can't reach that supermajority convicted. Everyone's voting on party lines and the founders did not see that coming. The founders wrongly thought the American can political systems separate branches would resist parties and partisanship polarization. So now we have the super partisan impeachment vote I asked Azra how the founders might revise the system they created so you can imagine something like if the House votes for impeachment mint which already you're dealing with party politics there then instead of going to another body of elected politicians who then you need a super majority of them it goes to the supreme in court or it goes to some form of tribunal that is composed in a predetermined way and then the other thing that I think is kind of interesting is impeachment. It works in an odd way where you get impeached right. which is the charges are going to get brought to the Senate and then you need a two thirds majority for removal? We actually don't have much his inbetween clean that I think it would be interesting to imagine having a more direct center process or you can imagine impeach him processes more about just simply saying stating having like a like a gold seal on. Did the person actually do this thing. And then the question of how they're punished whether or not is removal or senator or something else is separated from a little bit the terms conviction and acquittal are connected to the question of removal. It is very possible. I think that there might be more openness to something like conviction if the outcome was not a severe as removal. And maybe what you WanNa do is accept that at least when parties are going to be involved. It's going to be very hard for him to remove a president but it might be important for message to be able to be sent to a precedent. Does that run the risk of politicizing the Supreme Court. Even more than it already is. I mean people didn't seem to love it when they called the two thousand election and decided who the president would be. I think got his one hundred percent risk. I think that the problem is that there's no version of as it does include politicization right. But you can't take politics out of politics and so the question is who can withstand hand it And you think the Supreme Court better than the Senate. I'm not necessarily arguing for Supreme Court. I could imagine it's something was Supreme Court even names judges right create something new I can imagine a lot of ways to do it. And this would just be like me doing fantasy constitutional redesign. You'd want something better than me doing fantasy constitutional redesign but but the idea that we should do. Some constitutional redesign should not be considered as radical as many people. Here it The idea that some parts of our constitution are not working given the construction drugstore current political system and in order to continue honoring the founders intent. We have to update their construction. Is I think an obvious point that people should take more seriously. Obviously that's why we have twenty seven amendments but in all seriousness I. I don't think this impeachment process has been super hope inducing for a lot of people and and you're talking about changing the system entirely. Is that going to be as hard as a conviction in a Senate impeachment trial. Do you have any hope something that embiid can happen. It is not that I have hoped that we are about to fix all of our problems. I I really don't It is that that I have a realism about how bad things have been at almost every other time in American political history. They're not many moments in America. That you you would prefer to be in in this one as bad as one is. I'm it in the past. We've been much less of a democracy in the past. We've had much more authoritarian rule in the past who've had much more political violence in the passive had much more rampant racial and gender and sexual. And so on discrimination and so something. I think it is easy for us to do you. Mix Up levels and trends the level of American politics right now as bad as it is is much better than almost any time in our history. The trend is quite bad and so there are many times when on trend. You might prefer where we were because recruiting making progress. Even if it's from a low place right now we've made a lot of progress and we seem to be squandering some some of it and so the particular form of hope I have is that it would not take too much for us to continue doing better than we've done at any other point in in American history. It's always been frustrating. The American political system has never worked quote unquote. Well never worked easily. Even the moments of great triumph like the Civil Rights Act. The Civil Rights Act comes. After after many previous efforts at it had failed after anti lynching laws had been filibustered or bottled up in a house rules committee. And so we don't have some Irena golden urban aged go back to like we only have a little bit better of a future to fight for and I think understood correctly if we can make things a little bit better than they are now. There'll be a lot better than they ever have been before. There is some hope in that to recognize that we've been gifted fairly high like space to start from but it's not to say you shouldn't be concerned I think you should be concerned. I'm not that hopeful right now. I think what we're seeing is dangerous and we're seeing very deep vulnerabilities in system that I don't think yet in the way they're being exploited but I think could become so in the future as much as our level is better than it has been in the past it is going to take work. Ticket are trend back into a good place. That's vaguely hopefully I'll take it vaguely hopeful. Okay vaguely hopefully twenty twenty.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Impeachment, Explained
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"sean ramos" Discussed on The MMA Beat
"Orion was doing acquaintance I've been Jimbo Sapiro around on a tough medicis around when you push on President Saddam Mariah those whose personnel such trusdale breeder speed this report to jail fiber favor favorite he needs to wake up you know he's get your podcast bluff Rita listen and join us so again subscribe to the chest wherever you get your podcast we'll either hello listener I'm Sean Ramos firm host of today explained Vox Daily News podcast.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Thrown the region into further chaos Arana's licking their job and if I'm an Isis fighter I've got a second lease on life and you even got Mitch McConnell get out of Syria so even back in December air to one and trump spoke airline was like hey I want to take over that part of Syria and trump was like all right we're all out and I don't blame the Syrian Kurds again who've just been fighting with US troops to defeat isis for so long to kind of go like why are you packing up and leaving and if you're going to get any the US has Helped retake one hundred percent of the Isis Caliph at that took over Iraq and Syria Isis still around you know there are thou- about eleven thousand they'd be moved right and you could imagine that those eleven thousand Isis fighters escape perhaps joined the ranks again and start unleashing chaos in the region there's just so much danger here people are worried you know why is everyone freaking out about fifty or so troops but it does seem that those troops served as a trip wire after Alex I spoke Tuesday morning Turkey announced it would continue with its military operation and in northeastern Syria in what looks like a direct response to President trump the vice president of Turkey said the country would not be quote controlled by threats the Associated Press reported today that Turkey is amassing troops armored cars and tanks along its border with Syria if you're occurred chances are you're feeling betrayed by the United States right now and it might feel like Deja Vu Sean Ramos firm that's a minute onto day explained.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Trump is proven time and again that nothing sticks to them he is presidential teflon at least to his base and a majority of Republicans. I mean just after this news was breaking. He tweeted something like thank you all caps with a photo of one of his rallies with approval rating fifty-three percent superimposed on top of it. Could this just made him stronger well. This has been one reason that Democratic leaders like Pelosi have been so hesitant about impeachment and it's been hotly disputed among political pundits indicates everywhere about whether impeachment would be good for trump or bad for trump their arguments on both sides impeachment supporters tend to argue that high high profile media events focusing on the alleged crimes of president trump will obviously not be good for his re-election effort but the arguments arguments against impeachment being good for Democrats tend to be more about worries that they will be able to make an effective public case or in policy specific facific case the house math is unfavourable for Democrats in that they have a bunch of members in their majority that are from districts that voted for trump in two thousand sixteen so for policy to remain speaker. She needs to get a lot of these trump district democrats. That's reelected and she has believed all year that pushing for the impeachment of Donald Trump is not the best way to do that but the facts have changed the pressure has built and she has apparently decided that you know you gotta do it. DOC ANDREW PRO senior political correspondent at Vox thank you I'm Sean Ramos firm the explain aw.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Then in August he told The Times that this whole thing thing he was just acting as a private citizen are not in his role as attorney for trump which yeah not very believable as Giuliani's spoken out about this since the whistleblower complaint became known Oh has he saw on Thursday when the reports I came out that you know this whistleblower complaint involved trump personally Giuliani went on CNN and he was interviewed by Chris Cuomo and and Cuomo asked him. Did you ask the Ukraine investigate Joe Biden no actually I didn't. ISD Ukraine to investigate the allegations that there was interference in the election of two thousand sixteen by the Ukrainians for the benefit of Hillary Clinton for wish never alley anything about Hunter Biden. You never ask anything about JOE by only thing I ask Joe. Biden is to get to the bottom of how it was that Lukashenko who was appointed dismissed the case against anti you did ask Ukraine to look into Joe by of course. Did you just said you did and he basically admitted that the thing happened. Giuliani tweeted later that night a president telling a president-elect of a well known corrupt country. He better investigate corruption that affects. US is doing his job. Maybe if Obama Emma did that the Biden family wouldn't have built millions from Ukraine and billions from China at being covered up by a corrupt media so wow hefty hefti allegation. Everyone was like so you just admitted that that trump did tell the Ukrainian president to investigate Biden certainly would seem like a shockingly corrupt use of the president's foreign policy powers to try to extort a foreign country into intervening with the election and to hurt his political opponents to dig up dirt at them and then Giuliani said oh well. I wasn't admitting that trump did this necessarily just that it would it'd been fine and Dandy if he did do it the break house trump responding to all this this House Biden respond to all this house everyone responding to all of this. I'm Sean Ramos. This is today explain.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"Plus on the verge of a B minus because I there's so many things that they still need need to show. I'm ready to see them in action. I think the preseason games are really going to show us a lot with the corners. Don't do the same place. I'm an assembly agree with David a deep plus. I'm sorry Keep Louis C.. Plus <hes> you know the the the pedigree definitely ah better than it was a few years ago would you have you know Joe Haden afforded former number one pick and then Stephen Nelson's the big free agent signing and you know Cam Sutton's a third round pick already burns number one pick <hes> Justin Lane so I think the talent level accounts definitely there. It's just can they put it all together so I'm GonNa go with a C.. Plus until saw further notice. Let's go back to the other side of the ball. Let's talk about that running back stable. We know James Connor is number one <hes> sentiment that he is going to still be the number one guy but have maybe a few less carries not to run the wheels off from other people think that they're we're going to go ahead and just <hes> Mike Tomlin's going to do his thing and just completely <hes> deflate this running back and run them into the ground and then you bring somebody back in ring the next guy up first of all Tony you feel that's going to happen and secondly really where do these backups where these other guys fit in. I'm talking Jalen Samuels. I'm talking Benny Snow Junior who the reports are that. He looks just amazing in Camp Right now so Tony I think I don't think it's going to be like it was in years past. I think they've talked about it enough. Kevin Cobra talked about how maybe they should switch things up in that regard as far as running two wheels off a common famously said Oh seven about Willie Parker. I think James Connor provided he stays healthy. You know from all reports. He looks phenomenal as far as his physique this year I think he'll get like eighty eighty five percent of the carries but I can definitely see <hes> <hes> the other guys getting more work than they have in the past meaning the backups and as far as where they fit in I mean Jalen Samuels can do so much for you. In so many the different areas I mean he he's so versatile and he can almost be like the number two tight end in a pinch if they need them so I think he's going to be <hes> the number two because a house he performed last year but we said Benny Snell he's looks he's looked so good so far in pre in training camp <hes> I can definitely see him <unk> jumping up and taking that number two spot because I think they might need Jalen Samuels. You know it'd be another part of the offense meaning you know the passing game out of the Backfield and I think Benesch now could be more of a traditional running back as a backup Dave Scofield. There's a gun to your head and you've got to put the Kids College Fund and on one of these guys are putting on Betty stove junior or jalen samuels hello listener. I'm Sean Ramos firm host of today explained Vox Daily.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Big Blue View
"After the first day of New York giants training camp was a busy day out at Quest Diagnostics Training Center in East Rutherford. The biggest news of the day of course is unfortunate news that of course being that wide wide receiver Sterling Shepard will be out several weeks with a fractured thumb which was suffered when he was trying to catch a pass during Thursday afternoons practice to be honest honest. I did not see the play. I'm not exactly sure what happened on the play. We were informed by giants P._R.. Toward the end of practice that shepherd had gone for an x ray and shortly after practice the team team announced that there was a fracture and it shepherd would be week to week. I suppose if there's good news in the bad news. It's that <hes> this was the first day of training camp that there are roughly roughly six weeks before the giants have to play a game and shepherd should have time to heal to be ready for the regular season listen. I'm not a doctor. I'm not putting an exact timeframe on how how long it will take shepherd to to return to action but this is not a devastating season ending torn achilles tendon torn A._C._l.. Something along that line it's it's unfortunate but the flip side of that is I guess that will get more snaps for some of the <hes> the guys on the end of the roster guys who are fighting for jobs young guys like Reggie White White Junior Alex Wesley and other undrafted free agent win. He comes off the PUP list couple of veterans like cody Latimer Benny Fowler. Maybe Russell Shepherd you guys who are fighting to make the roster. We'll perhaps get a little bit more of an expanded opportunity in listen. Eli Manning in Sterling Shepard have been playing together and working together for years so I'm not going to be concerned all of that much touch about timing in communication between those two. They played in this offense last year. You may ask what about Shepherd and Daniel Jones well. The reality of it is right now. Daniel Jones is not throwing owing to Golden Tate and he's not throwing to Evan Ingram and he's not throwing sterling shepherd. He's throwing to the guys on the second third units. He hasn't really worked with with the first team. Guys is at this point though snaps those throws in in drills those go to Eli Manning so it's not something where Sterling Shepherd is going to be missing out on developing timing with Daniel Jones at this point point because that's not something that we're seeing right now. We're not seeing Jones work with those guys what I want to do on today's show as we move forward from the sterling shepard injury. I want to play for you a few audio clips from today's practice from media availability that was held before practice. The first clip is going to be Pat Shurmur discussing what he hopes to <hes> to see Daniel Jones accomplish during this training camp. All right giants fans along that same in line. The next clip that you're going to hear is Pat Shurmur discussing some of the differences for a young quarterback from college football to playing against N._F._l.. Players I I think the speed at the game things happen. I think the one thing that's different about the program college and I learned from a couple of the quarterbacks you know in college sometimes look out and everybody's also use a lot success. There's time in the program you look out near. Maybe only one of them over what he so. I think because because some good stuff there from Pat Shurmur I'm sure though that what giants fans really want to do in terms terms of Daniel Jones at this point is to hear what Jones had to say himself on the first day of Training Camp Jones and other players spoke to media prior to the workout. So what you're about to here is Jones speaking to reporters in the morning before the giants went out to practice it just improve clear helping even all right now but given through I think Oh you know today and the next couple days to pick up where we ball before lessons. I think that has that fine says we'll continue the progress. Hello Listener. I'm Sean Ramos firm host of today explained Vox Daily News podcast every day Monday.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"I did not know that one because it was coming from somewhere else but he has not made all pro. Dave decastro did make all pro in two thousand fifteen in two thousand seventeen gay anybody else I'll tell you there's three so David Castro. I know it's not Boswell Benz made one hasn't he know Ben Rothlisberger all pro. We talked about that. I talked about that for a little bit last night because if they only take one quarterback from the whole league so yes pouncey in two thousand eleven and two thousand fourteen he's a two time all pro and the last one is interesting. I'm GonNa tell you and see if you can remember this player in two thousand seventeen eighteen because there was four steelers that we're all two thousand seventeen to easier or or no longer now wasn't Jay Z are just waiting just wait. We'll give you the hints. The player did not make the pro bowl to start but got elected first team all pro because of the way his position was defined in a three four defense to have you stumped so two thousand seventeen. Yes I guess it would have to became hayward that would be correct. It was cam hayward because I mentioned last night. He was originally listed as a defensive end so therefore therefore for pro for pro bowl he was going up against the J._J.. Watch and the out and the edge rushers of a four three defense and he was not elected to the pro bowl but he was elected as an interior defensive linemen <hes> to all pro so therefore he was then added to the pro bowl later on as they had people that weren't doing it but my question was going to be that all pro that was easy what about pro bowlers current steelers that have been to approachable rebel. Do you have any idea how many or you can start naming them. I'll check them off for you. Tell me if I was going to have you bounce back and forth naming them until somebody Eddie ran out or got one wrong. That was how you're going to do it but you know the church so I just gotTa. Have you listed. I'll just go ahead. Let's let's start with the third on offense watch. Let's start uh-huh special teams. 'cause there's one yet it's GonNa be Chris Boswell. That's correct. Hello Listener. I'm Sean Ramos firm host of today explained Vox Daily News podcast every.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Internet. I think beyond that right now media is absolutely opening up new ways to sort of take advantage of publicity. But there is already a very large industry devoted to covering shootings in ways that are sometimes salacious sort of traditional media has certainly been criticized for sensationalizing manifestos or for making celebrities out of killers. And I think that it's important to see this as part of a longer tradition. Not just thing that has sprung up overnight. I Robertson is a senior reporter at the birds. Sean Ramos from this is today explained. Thanks linked in for supporting the show today linked in jobs uses knowledge of hard, skills and soft skills. I got lots of soft skills to match you with Calley candidates who make the most sense for your role post a job today at linked in dot com slash explained. And you'll get fifty dollars off your first job post at linked in dot com slash explained.
"sean ramos" Discussed on Today, Explained
"This is today explained. I'm Sean Ramos jerem whenever I start an interview. I asked my guest to tell me what they do. Just so I get it. Right because sometimes titles are long in complicated. My name is John Alterman J O N LT. Your man senior vice president Brzezinski churn global security and geo strategy and the director of the Middle East program at the center for strategic and international studies in Washington DC. Okay. Now last real questions. Are you not done? I thought Zoltan have just announcing my title, the whole thing. Okay. So so Dr ultimate there. Two major conditions to the United States withdrawal from Syria. One is not until ISIS is defeated and two is not have the Kurds are in a precarious position if they're unsafe. So I want to understand each of those a little more starting with ISIS. How exactly is ISIS doing right now? Why is this is down but not out and one of the challenges of ISIS is it's it's strong because it's always been a very adaptive organization. It's been an online ideology, it's been a fighting force. It's been a terrorist group that does onesies twosies and a bunch of lone wolves in Europe. And elsewhere. It has been a federated set of armies that operate in Tunisia, and Libya, and Egypt and Yemen and a whole bunch of other. Places. So what we talk about when we talk about ISIS is you're actually talking about a lot of things some of which rely on activities in Syria, some of which are inspired by what's happening in Syria, and some of which might only have a little bit of relationship to things in Syria. But in many ways are independently owned and operated franchises. What's really hard is determining when an idea is dead. When does ISIS lose its ability to inspire anybody in Syria to do anything, the reality is we're likely not to know that ISIS is going to be able to disrupt ISIS is going to be able to kill people in Syria for a long time to come. What is good enough is going to be in the eye of the older?.
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"And every time I come back and say, this is the worst fire. I've seen yesterday is the worst fire I've seen and Zeki himself. Also, you know said some. A controversial things about the fires. He blamed environmental terrorist groups for increasing fire risks, but he's used to have more of a grasp as to what the factors are here. This is not the time for finger pointing this is the time to make sure that we address putting out the fire. We look at paradise to make sure we look at who's on accountable. Make sure we give aid whereas necessary and begin beginning recovery process, in some cases, it's going to be long. So that like the introduce the great governor. Is the state taking anything away from this are people taking anything away from this anything to be learned from from all of his loss. I think so I think looking at a fire like this. Where all the worst case scenarios all converged. It kind of shows what happens if we do nothing if we continue doing business as usual approach to how we live among fires how we live with this risk if we continue building in these high risk areas if we continue driving up the temperatures around the world, and if we continue not actively managing the forest and reducing the fuel loads. All that means is in the future. We're going to continue to see larger more destructive and potentially deadly. Fires. Who may our earth reports on the environment and climate for? I'm Sean Ramos firm. This is today explained. Spencer hall. You're the host of the seem smart podcast from that's be nations on the vox media podcast network. How did you kick off the season of it seems smart? We started the season with the tail of Albert bell and the great bat caper. This involves a major league baseball player filling a bat with cork, which you're not supposed to do getting it comes gated by the officials and then one brave teammate deciding to get it back by committing an act of cat burglary through the roof of major league ballpark. What what team was this again? This would be the Cleveland Indians in nineteen ninety four versus the Chicago White Sox Spencer. I feel like I'm starting to pick up a theme of the podcast, which is everyone in professional sports looking for ways to get ahead and cheat. Yeah. And one other theme of the podcast is that typically when people try to do this. It goes sideways fast. Okay. So people can find that one. That was the first one that kicked off the season. That's the first one you can find it. I tune Stitcher wherever you get your podcast. Just, you know, search for it seems smart. Art of the vox media podcast network from Espy nation dot com.
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"Republicans. What do you think? How's it going to go. I think. I think the entire capital has been like a ball of anxiety. All week because it's been such a holding pattern and it's an ongoing will they won't. They situation. I think if you're reading between the lines, there have been some signals from flake Collins and mansion specifically that indicate that they might be leaning a bit more favorably toward him than they were before. But I also think that's just purely speculation at this point. Leeza reports on congress for vox. I'm Sean Ramos firm. This is today explained. Audible has audiobooks shore, but it also has audio fitness programs, an audible, originals podcasts, even you can start a thirty day trial and your first audiobook is free at audible dot com. Slash today explained or when you text today explained all one word to five hundred five hundred.
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"The NFL can't move on as cabinet. The NBA can't move. One has kaffir Nick, but happened in football because basketball decided in the macro sense there to progressive for something like this to happen there players have said they're not going to kneel. They don't need to Neo our audience, understands it. He NHL's traditionalist, the mobile is much too white, and so the major, four sports. This could only happen in the way that it happens in the NFL does not only using a majority of black talent as being entertained to majority of audiences, but no other league fills itself or has been so far down the home where they actually have to reckon with something like this. Tyler times writes about the intersection of race, politics, and sports for Espy nation. I'm Sean Ramos for him. This is today explained. Johny before we leave you in Hong Kong and hopefully we can check in again tomorrow, but what's next apart from brushing your teeth? Probably some point. Yes, of course. So I- tomorrow I'm going to go explore some the housing in Hong Kong. The look at the big housing towers and then a medical in to some of the smallest houses. You've ever imagined. People literally live in houses the size of like coffins and so I'm gonna go talk to those people talk about their lives, what they're facing and all mature return report can't wait to hear all about. It's exile. Check in with you again. Shutouts shutouts to clip electric toothbrushes. Response in the show show whatever Ferrier on right now and the bun festival. Jack, they should go do us up favor listeners of the podcast and go just type bun festival Hong Kong and feast your eyes on this spectacle on Google dot com, but also go to get quip dot com slash and check out the toothbrushes. -actly.