36 Burst results for "Seth"
Fresh update on "seth" discussed on The Thinking Atheist
"Questioning my own role, but I've played as part of this movement now that we're potentially seeing the right completely taken away for the time being. I'm glad you mentioned sex Ed, though. I mean, when I was in the church, you know, religious sex Ed, at least when I was growing up, consisted of your body is shameful, cover it up, and especially girls cross your legs. I mean, it was just pathetic, right? And certainly there were contraceptives for sexually mature people in their teens and early 20s was discouraged, you know, be fruitful and multiply and all these types of things played into it. But you know, one of the things, one of the solutions to abortion, the abortion issue, is education. And I'm amazed at how many of these hard line evangelicals seem terrified of sex Ed. Well, I think that's true that if a movement is truly dedicated to reducing abortions, since almost half of unplanned pregnancies results in abortion, let's stop the unplanned pregnancies from happening. As much as we can, I mean stuff is always going to happen. But let's try to reduce the unplanned pregnancies and there's a very logical, there are logical ways to do that, right? And so that's where I think a movement that is legitimately focused on reducing abortions and not trying to be punitive to women or control women would focus its energies more. And we should all be coming together around those things that have minimum. I've admitted I must have been monumentally naive. In the past years, I was thinking, okay, they're going to come after roe V wade, but it's going to be, you know. Four, 5 years, right? 6, 7 years. I never thought it would be now, did you feel that? Or are you smarter than me, right? Definitely not smarter than you. And I was definitely worried about it, but like you, I think when in one's lifetime, one hasn't witnessed something, it's just hard to believe. So it's like a punch to the gut and it is a shock, even though every logical sign was there. I know this is a subjective answer to perhaps a loaded question. How much of this is about people in your opinion, people who genuinely believe it's a human life that they are trying to protect and how much do you think is about control? That's always a tough one to answer. I believe that at heart is about control for sure. So at heart, I don't think it's a tough question. And I mean controlling women. But I think that a lot of religions have integrated into their theology sort of a perspective that the rank and file are taught and so I think that it makes it more complex than just being about control. It also becomes about being dutiful to one's faith. And a certain narrow typos faith, right? Because there are other faiths that are pro abortion rights. But I think there's another point to be made about what's at the core of this Seth. And I think it's best described in what happened with the Southern Baptist convention when the roe V wade decision first came down. Which is that they celebrated the decision, right? And that was in the baptist press. And I'm quoting now actually I pulled the article. They said that the road decision quote advanced the cause of religious liberty, human equality and justice in the baptist press. And by the late 1970s, that was in 1973. And by the late 1970s, we saw the Southern Baptist change their theology and their position as a religious denomination and oppose abortion rights. And there's been a lot of writing about why that happens. The predominant view is that the Southern Baptist convention was really opposing desegregation. And really had more of a white supremacy agenda at heart, but that after this many years after Brown versus board of education, that wasn't something that they were able to be explicit about. And meanwhile, over there, village schlafly and her eagle forum and her traditional family, mantra was playing really well, like unexpectedly well in the public square. And so Southern Baptist actually decided to take on abortion, very intentionally as something that played well, but really as a way to advance even more than just control over women, right? Which was an agenda that was about control in all of the traditional places. For white people, for men or Christians, et cetera. And this was back during a fall well, wasn't it? The moral majority rises up and we saw these wedge issues. I mean, for many people, especially among the evangelicals, quite abortion becomes the only voting point that they need to hear and they rush to the polls, they rush to the voting booth to support the pro life party. That's exactly right. That's exactly right. And I think that some of what was at the heart of that movement was actually one that was fighting for white supremacy, but that could no longer get away with doing that outrightly. And so things like traditional family that played better in the public square started being the coalition rallying cry. But where control over women was but a piece of a larger agenda still that was about maintaining existing power structures, including white power. I remember when I was a devout evangelical, we just loved the phrase, traditional family values..
J.D. Vance Joins Sebastian to Talk 2022 Politics
"Com first guest of the day. Wonderful time and given the big, big things happening across the country tomorrow, Pennsylvania elsewhere is an individual who kind of embodies the new breed of maga America first author entrepreneur JD Vance. Welcome back to America first. Thanks for having me, Seth, good to be with you. Now, you worked in public relations in the Marine Corps. You're an incredibly successful author. Now you're a citizen politician, got to get your take on the deplorable thing didn't work too well for Hillary. You know, Americans took it as a kind of badge of courage, this insult. Now, after 6 months, we find out 6 months of very expensive focus group analysis, they came up with the ultra maga insult that Biden used. Do you think this is going to fair as well as deplorables did? No, I don't said. I mean, look, the big problem here is the Democrats that got to stop insulting the people who they want to vote for them. So common sense, you know, we don't like a lot of Democrat politicians and I don't like a lot of Democrat leaders and the media industrial complex that supports them. But you don't insult people who are, you want their vote. This is something that Hillary Clinton never learned. It's not just the ultra maga thing. Do you remember the vaccine mandate speech that Biden gave probably, I don't know, 8 or 9 months ago so and the way that he talked about the unvaccinated were like basically like they were sewer rats that they were about to enter and experience a winter of death and discontent. It just don't talk about people like that in a constitutional republic, but of course these people don't see themselves as leaders in a constitutional republic. They see themselves as rulers of their subjects and that's the
Fighting the 'My Body, My Choice' Argument With Seth Gruber
"Let's talk environment. But people say, this is more of a women's sovereignty argument, right? Right. Which is, I'm a woman. You don't have to tell me what to do. I get to make all my own choices. And how dare you come into my uterus, my body, and I'm the most important thing in the world. Yeah. My body, my choice. So Democrats, Charlie once said that blacks were the property of plantation owners whose land they lived on, and now they say that babies are the property of their mothers whose bodies they live in. But as Frank beckwith, the philosopher says, where one is, has no bearing on who one is. Your value does not change based off of where you find yourself. We'll have people watching this conversation from all around the world. They're not less valuable because they're not in Arizona. Our value does not come from our location. But thanks to American abortion law, Charlie, you can murder a baby through all 9 months of pregnancy for any reason or no reason at all. Why? Because it's in that location because it's in the mother's body. So what happens during the 6 inch journey called birth? Well, I guess the fetus ferry floats up and sprinkles magical personhood conferring fairy dust on the child. And when that last toe leaves the vaginal canal. Oh my gosh, it's a person now, Charlie. This is ridiculous, right? But that is the conclusion of the premises of the pro choice position because you and I don't usually meet pro choicers who defend infanticide. Now, Peter singer does, and I guess every senator except Joe Manchin and the Democrat party actually does because they vetoed The Bourne abortion survivors protection act that Ben sasse sponsored right after Ralph northam said. That's right. If a baby was born alive, we'd make him comfortable, resuscitate them if that's what the mother and then we'd let them talk about what to do with the baby. That's right. And they vetoed an anti infanticide Bill dozens of times. So they actually are foreign fantasize, but most Americans who identify as pro choice are not.
Seth Gruber: Assumed Premises Can Destroy a Nation
"Of development? I mean, come on, we're sophisticated people, Seth. You're trying to tell me that, you know, we have to get rid of birth control and all this. These are wonderful technological advancements we're told. And it makes life easier. Why should we inconvenience people? If you want to it's just a smidge, just get rid of the smidge. Yeah, yeah, yeah. There's a lot there, right? But that's what's the problem of living in a culture of death that has abandoned the moorings of a judeo Christian worldview. Is now we're lost at sea. And so what you said is very common to what we'd hear someone saying, of course. I hear it all the time. But by the way, I don't believe any of this stuff. Of course. But the point is, I'm trying to get everything you say there. Is packing pounds and pounds of worldview assumptions. Yes. And the window has been moved so much. That's right. And Reagan once said that the most dangerous ideas in a society are not the ones being argued for, arrhythmia C is Lewis, are not the ones being argued for. They're the ones being assumed. Yes. Because assumed premises, especially when undetected, can destroy a nation. You see, people tend to work out the logic of their position through their choices. And those choices reveal their deeply held worldview assumptions. But Charlie, how many people know why they believe what they can believe and can articulate a political and worldview vision that motivates and animates their beliefs, very few. But they're still operating off of those deeply held assumptions. And so when for the listeners of your show, whenever we're talking about these pro abortion arguments, people will just drop these lines that pack thousands of pounds of worldview assumptions, but they have no idea what they're operating off of. And so the job is an ambassador for the unborn and ambassador for Christ, a watchman like Ezekiel is in scriptures to be able to understand that and articulate that. Okay,
Seth Gruber Is One of the Best Communicators of the Pro-Life Movement
"Everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show in person the man the myth the legend, Seth Gruber, who is the most talented charismatic and I will say wise pro life male voice. I think just pro life voice in general is amazing. Seth, welcome. Thank you, Charlie. You have helped me so much to clarify my pro life views, not that I have different beliefs, but it's a better articulate them. And so you do this for a living. I do. I was raised in the pro life movement, actually. So my mother was actually the director of a pregnancy resource center in a Zeus of California in the late 1980s. So back then, there weren't very many pregnancy centers. I say this to, I have to interrupt you. You know that a lot of our listeners don't know what a pregnancy resource center. That's right. So what is a pregnancy resource? So the pregnancy research center is the pro life alternative to an abortion clinic. They provide all of their resources for free. And most of them, Charlie provide all of the same non controversial medical resources that an abortion center does. Minus the baby butchering part. And their entirely privately funded. I think a couple centers recently have gotten a little bit of state support, but usually it's all private donations, I keynote their banquets all around the country. And we outnumber abortion clinics, Charlie, about two or three to one. But most people don't know what they are. Most people don't. And I think the pregnancy resource centers have spoken some great ones. I spoke at a phenomenal one in San Antonio. One, you were at the one in California, I spoke at, but a lot of them, and I won't say where, not those two, they got to get their act together. And they think everyone knows who we are. It's like, no, most young people have never heard of a pregnancy resource. I talked to pastors who've never heard of pastor and it's just hard for them to kind of comprehend and believe that.
The BEST Pro-Life Arguments Around With Seth Gruber
"There is this kind of raging debate around abortion in our country. It shouldn't be much of a debate. And let's just kind of start at the basics, which is for a listener right now who might be agnostic on it without knowledge or just kind of people can make whatever decision as they see fit. What's wrong with that perspective? Why should a listener the Charlie Kirk show care about life? Yeah. Amen. I gave a talk to a Republican women's group recently in Simi Valley about why conservatives actually have to be pro life if you want to call yourself a conservative. And our founders said we hold these truths to be self evident, right? The translation for that for gen zers is duh. You know, we hold these truths to be done. This is obvious. It's axiomatic that we're endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights. And of course, he put the right to life first. And Reagan talked about this at length in his book abortion and the conscience of a nation. Reagan, former governor of California used to be pro choice. And actually had some blood on his hands because of some bad bills. Yeah, he did. And doctor Mildred Jefferson, the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School who started the national right to life committee. Once gave a defense of the pro life position, so persuasively on TV, Reagan watched it, wrote her a letter and said that he had become pro life because of her presentation. And he wrote his book abortion and the conscience of a nation. And he makes his point, I think, to your question about why life is the most fundamental right and why we as conservatives need to get that right right. He says that Abraham Lincoln recognized that we could not survive as a free country, as long as some men could decide that others are not fit to be free. And should therefore be slaves. Likewise, we can not survive as a free land today, as long as some men can decide that others are not fit to live. And should therefore be abandoned to abortion and infanticide. So there is no cause more important than affirming than the transcendent right to life of all human beings. The right without which no other rights have any
Judicial Watch's Chris Farrell Describes His Credentials
"Is the director of research and investigations for that superlative organization judicial watch. Chris Farrell, welcome in studio. Great to be with you, Seth. Thank you. You've been on the show multiple times. You've been on my newsmax show for those who are just accidentally tuning in now or have found us on Salem TV. Would you just for a couple of seconds talk about your national security credentials, what you did in uniform before you joined your judicial watch. I was commissioned as a military intelligence officer in the U.S. Army, specifically as a counterintelligence officer. And I served in that role doing mostly counter espionage work, investigations, running double agent operations and also commanding the army's surveillance team. We did physical technical and aerial surveillance of counterintelligence suspects, but also in support of clandestine human intelligence operations. I then went on to actually cross strain and besides being a can respond to case officer. I became a clandestine human intelligence case officer. And so I have a foot in each world in the world of human intelligence, both countering bad guys who are trying to spy against us, but then also in their field of human intelligence, which is us trying to have persons from foreign countries provide intelligence to U.S. to U.S.
Jarvis, Raanta help Carolina top Bruins for 3-2 series lead
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'2000 Mules' Grosses $1M on Rumble and Locals in 12 Hours
"While nobody would touch dinesh d'souza's movie 2000 mules we did, in fact, sale immediate group executive produced the film, it is now online available for download or DVD Salem now dot com, listen to this, a dinesh actually, this is rumble. Rumble announced that in less than 12 hours, the movie 2000 mules grossed over a $1 million just on rumble and locals. Which means that that would be in the estimated box office top ten for movies released over the weekend. Everybody's talking about this movie, well, outside of the mainstream media, they don't want to touch it. They don't want to come near it. And no movies, very few movie theaters would show it. I mean, this did not get the wide release. It's an investigation with research provided by true the vote, a lot of my colleagues are in the film. Seth gorka and Dennis prager and Larry elder, Charlie Kirk? I was invited scheduling issues. I wasn't able to get out to California for the for the movie shoot sep gorka, doctor gorka is in it. But I'm excited about it because I saw it last
Raanta, Hurricanes beat Bruins 5-1 in playoff series opener
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Jenna Ellis: 'It's a Great Day for Free Speech'
"Yesterday, Elon Musk bought Twitter. That sounds like a joke. It's like a Babylon bee headline. Elon Musk zillionaire bought Twitter for 67 gazillion dollars. Do you have any thoughts on that today the day after this happened? Because I find myself feeling generally like, hey, that's a great thing. But there's a I just have a lot of questions about it. I just wondered if you had any ideas about it. Oh, it's a great day for free speech, and it is absolutely a great thing. And I think ironically, you mentioned Babylon B and that seemed to be the catalyst when the Babylon be the satire site was suspended on Twitter. Elon Musk, of course, had done that interview with about one B loves all of their work and started talking to Seth Dillon, who's the CEO. And actually had a conversation with him saying, should I offer to buy Twitter? I mean, this is ridiculous. And so what the left is melting down over in people who are so concerned that somehow billionaire Elon Musk is owning Twitter when they didn't really care that Jack Dorsey was running Twitter, then what they're concerned about is that Elon Musk has openly said that he is a free speech absolutist and that he hopes that people who disagree with him will stay on the platform because that's what free speech means. So I think this is a watershed moment in American history because we have not only the government that's forbidden by the constitution to infringe on constitutionally protected speech and free speech. But we've seen that the tech oligarchs have gotten around that and private companies have censored public forums and with Elon Musk saying I'm going to buy one of the top 5 platforms V top platform for political speech. This is going to revolutionize what we can actually discuss and debate
The Talbott Group Offers Professional Help to Other Businesses
"Every now and again, I talked to Pete in Seth tal, but my Friends. But for this segment, they're called the Talbot group. And actually, I should be clear, you are offering other businesses your help. So this is not just you come on here and you talk about stuff. If people want to get your services, they can do that. This is what you do professionally. Well, sure. Cutting up with Eric on them. We don't want to come on here and talk about all the problems and mistakes that businesses are making. The truth is, in almost every case, every company that has come to us, we can help them. And the fact that we can help them is very, very satisfying. It's one of the reasons why we basically have sold a few companies and you're really nice guys. I've gotten to know you, and you actually want to help people. But you know what? One of the two of us is which one it is. But no, but in all seriousness because people don't know you the way I do. You really do want to help people, right? And so that's kind of there's something beautiful about that. And I don't want to get into your well, we've talked about your whole lives on other programs and stuff. But this is let me say this. This is maybe a little awkward. This is the judge of that. This is my son. Is it about my wig? What is it about? This is my son. And whom I am well pleased to borrow a phrase. My son has a gift of working with business owners. What has he done? He's helping you on your show. Pull it out of the ditch here. I think they were going to go there. They could, but I think they would pull up. The bottom line is a couple of years ago, we knew we wanted to spend more time. And now we're spending all of our time. Helping businesses figure out who they are, who they want to be need to be. And that is very, very
Will the Never-Trump Movement Be a Force in the Next Election?
"Julie, when we started, I mentioned your first book. So everybody has to read January 6th, but your first book was disloyal opposition. We are in the throes of a midterm election year, the never Trump movement was crucial to the Russia collusion hoax, to the politicization of U.S. government, holdovers, I saw them myself in the Trump White House. Let me ask you now, the subject of that book was the never Trump movement. Will they have an effect that The Lincoln Project that likes to protect pedophiles will they be a force in this election and in 2024 when president Trump runs again or have we put a stake through the heart of that vampire? I think there has been a stake put through the dark heart of the never Trump movement. Because now, as you know, Seth, they've moved on from just going against Trump as I wrote about in that book. Then pivoted to Republican lawmakers who supported Trump. But now they've revealed themselves just full out progressive leftists, radical leftists. I mean, you see them going after Ron DeSantis or what he's trying to do when Florida. So anyone, they're going after anyone on the right who wants to protect our values, our freedom, stand up to the teachers union, stand up to corporate America, corporate America, like Disney. And so now there's nothing conservative about them anymore. And this has nothing to do with Trump. It's completely transcended Trump.
Darren Beattie: Elon Musk Better Be Prepared for What's Coming
"He's Darren Beatty of revolver, Darren, welcome to America first. It's great to be here. Thank you for having me, Seth. So first things first, I got to give you guys that revolver massive, massive credit. For I mean, of all the journalistic outlets out there, you have done the most in depth analysis of the videos of the iPhone footage from January the 6th. Who's ray eps, who's the guy on the tower, everybody out there, you need to read those two in depth articles on the movements, the events of January the 6th add to that Julie Kelly's amazing pieces at American greatness and you'll have a much better picture of what actually happened on that day. So congratulations to you Darren. We can talk about that in our next segment, but we've got a couple of minutes here. Musk, Elon Musk, not going on the board, good news, because then he can engineer a hostile taker of over of Twitter, give us your take of how much of a cat amongst the pigeons, Elon's recent purchases have been. Well, I think it's extremely significant and certainly portends good things, although we'll have to wait and see how things actually materialize. But what I've been trying to caution Elon is that he needs to understand exactly what he's getting into. This is not any ordinary hostile takeover because Twitter is not ordinary company. Despite its relatively modest market cap by corporate standards, it is an Elon's correct characterization, the global public square, and control over the global public square is virtually priceless in a society such as ours. And so if he goes for Twitter and attempts to make it an actual free speech platform, this amounts effectively to what I'd call a declaration of war against the regime and he better be prepared for what's coming.
Marte, Beer help D-backs rally past Astros 3-2 in 10 innings
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"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"The criticism that it took during the non conference season then leading into the regular season to have availed themselves the way that they did in the NCAA tournament. They think I've been feeling really good about itself as a conference. So you think that's those three teams. That's not the conference. Those three teams of album themselves have had great runs. Correct. I mean, that's not the conference didn't take care of. Look, no agree. Absolutely agree. It's going to be fine. It's going to put 5 6 17 in the future. But they didn't perform, but those three teams. Those three teams, yes. Well, really, they were really freaking good. Great. And they all developed, Jake? For me in a season full of good stories, maybe the most compelling story was Houston. You know, some early in the year when they dismantled Virginia and they were, I thought rolling toward an opportunity to win the whole thing. And to be that good. And then they lose Marcus sasser and trevon mark for the season. And truthfully, I thought they were done. You know, could they win the American? Yeah, maybe. But I figured they were done, that there was no way that they would find themselves in the elite 8 with a chance to get to a final four again after doing it last year. And they retooled and sort of changed some of the things that they did. Guys stepped in to bigger roles and did more. And they found themselves in the elite 8 and the only team, the only team they couldn't bully was Villanova. And they wound up getting clipped and, you know, what was a brutal game? What was a 50, 44, 94 points for those two teams is kind of hard to imagine. But I thought what Kelvin Sampson and his team did was really compelling and to me it was a great story of toughness and being resilient and not accepting a fate that other people thought was inevitable. And that impressed me as much as anything I saw this year. I agree. I'll tell you what, I'm in like when they lost sasser and then those trip Mark. Which one went down first. You're looking and going, I've seen Josh Carlton play. We've seen Shan, we've seen those guys, can they be the guy that, you know, look, they didn't have quad one win and their non conference schedule. And they're during the course of the season. How good are they? Well, they were really good. And they were good and consistent in how they played and what they did. They were great at what they did. And Calvin probably probably as good as any in terms of game planning and putting guys in position to play best Friends, figuring out who they are and how they win, but more importantly, game planning against an opponent. Like he never let the other team's best player beat him. That was not happening. Even in the game they lost. They didn't get beat by Congress. You know, you know, it was a rock fight. March Madness is here. Who will take home this year's NCAA championship trophy? I must say, working for ESPN is what it's cracked up to be. Each day is unique, exciting, and rewarding. It is time to start doing what you love. Sports journalists anticipate a play before it happens. They foresee opportunities and know when to act on them. Even understanding how to talk to players is an acquired skill. Saint bonaventure university will give you the confidence you need..
Twitter Employee Mutiny Rises Amid Elon Musk's New Role
"Of an explosive issue as we go into next month. Let me repeat that title 42, which has been in place since March 20 20 by the Trump administration. It will be repealed, I believe the date is May 23rd. So everybody's gearing up for some big challenges. You know, look, it's possible. It's possible that maybe the Biden administration will say, huh, that's not a good idea. Maybe we should put it back in place. I mean, you do have a lot of Democrats, including Maggie Hassan, at a New Hampshire John tester at a Montana. Joe Manchin out of West Virginia, along with Christian cinema, who of course is Arizona saying, you know, this isn't really going to work. And we can't actually have an end to title 42. So the drama lives on. Lots of news speaking of drama going on over at Twitter, Elon Musk of course, as we reported the other day, has taken a 9.2% stake in the company and that has a lot of employees. All you know is kind of nervous, kind of mad, kind of upset, threatening to quit, there's kind of a mutiny if you would going on over there at Twitter because Elon Musk is now joining the board. He's been asked to join the board and people are upset about that. They shouldn't be. They really shouldn't be, but nonetheless, this is such the world in which we live. And so according to a Washington Post article, the CEO of Twitter had a kind of ask me anything conversation or is going to have an ask me anything conversation with Elon Musk he had one himself Elon Musk is apparently going to address employees to address some of their concerns, but fundamentally, I think the problem here is ideology, right? For some reason, the left has thought it was absolutely okay to trample over any viewpoint that they didn't agree with. And that's what's been permitted on Twitter that's been permitted within the culture and it's gotten so out of hand that Elon Musk is coming along and saying, okay, this isn't working. It's not working for society. We can't even have humor anymore. Don't forget badly on B, which is a fantastic site. I encourage you, I encourage you to go and look at it, started by a great group of guys, Seth Dillon is running the company and the CEO there. And Elon Musk apparently loves
What Is Eric's Morning Routine?
"Morning routine. What is it? Well, first of all, I drink honor bound coffee. Every morning. Honor bound coffee. Some of you, if you're new to the program, you don't know Pete and Seth talbott. They're the folks behind relief factor, one of the sponsors of this program. And they are now on this program is that every week now that we have every Thursday I coming up in a couple seconds here. And they run this kind of business consultancy thing called the Talbot group. And they are business geniuses. And they said, we want to create a premier coffee brand. And so it's called honor bound coffee. I wasn't planning to plug on our brown coffee, but they give a 100%. A 100% of their profits to military families. It's kind of an amazing thing. Honor bound coffee. And I'm not kidding. It is definitely the best tasting coffee I've ever tasted. It's both bold and smooth. Bold and smooth like us. But seriously, the funny thing is if we run out of it or something and Suzanne has to go make some other coffee. I mean, I make coffee too, but right away you know. Yeah, you do. So my morning routine is I wake up. Then I drink honor bound coffee and continue to wake up, I really often, I wake up very, very slowly, so it takes a few days. No, but I wake up slowly, so I tend to kind of do everything Bible reading, looking at emails or whatever, as I'm slowly waking up. And then often I blast off down to the studio. So that's really not much of an answer. I'm sorry. All I did was plug on a brown coffee, which is amazing. And by the way, send your questions in for the talbots because in their segments coming up in the months ahead or weeks ahead, they're going to answer business schools. That's right. So go to the comment section and go to metaxas talk dot com where you can if you have any business question, the talbots want to answer your business
Nets add to Miami's misery, rolling past Heat 110-95
"Kevin Durant scored twenty three points in the nets led by as many as thirty seven and a one ten ninety two thrashing of the heat they usually but it's a lot of teams I hereby just out being more physical and you know transitioning running on about three years but I think they were you know had to take the ball out the basket a lot Seth curry added seventeen points and Andre Drummond had thirteen with eleven rebounds for Brooklyn the heat were without coach Erik Spoelstra who missed the game because of a family issue bam Adebayo led Miami with just fourteen points one more than Tyler hero and Max truce the heat have dropped a season high four straight games and lead the Eastern Conference by a half game over the box I'm the ferry
Spiked Online's Brendan O'Neill on the State of Affairs in the UK
"He's Brendan O'Neal. He's with the superb platform spiked online dot com. Welcome back Brandon to America first. Yeah. Hi, Seth. It's a pleasure to be here always. So I could just talk about that one post on Instagram for the next hour. You're in the UK, you're fighting the good fight. Will you tell us clearly you're seeing this on your side of the pond? Here in America, it's the quote unquote conservatives, and it's weird. It's a lot of anonymous accounts. People who don't put their name to their social media account who are saying, people like gawker, whose dad actually escaped from a communist prison, he is somehow pro the global world order and controlled opposition. It looks like it's bad over there as well, Brendan, share, share with us the state of affairs. Oh, it's very bad here too. And I really do think, as I said in that post, I really do think that the pandemic has fried some people's brains. It's driven them completely mad. Now, on one level, I kind of understand, you know, lots of strange things happened during the lockdown, the lockdown itself was strange. Here in the UK, we had three or four lockdowns, was very severe, a complete suspension of civil liberties, and also the media wasn't always forthcoming with the truth and with all the facts in various different situations. We know, for example, that the lab leak theory was quite consciously suppressed. We know that there are certain things you are not allowed to say on social media or you risk being banned. We know that you could be thrown off social media and even arrested by the police for organizing a protest. So we've just been through a period in which people feel like they've been bullied and beaten up and lied
"seth" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"You know, you're in the moment, those things happen in a moment, but I'll tell you one thing. The things that get me emotional and I would think it would get him emotional or seeing your former players. And feeling like you were part of the journey. And one of the most pivotal times of their lives. And you might have been the first person to tell them, no, you might as well, the first person to not play them or their role would change or to have to discipline them because maybe they didn't get the classroom. Make a study hall. And then you look back and you see where they are now. And I think that's going to be the emotional part because let's face it 40 years ago where we started. I mean, with Jade bells, some Jason is mid 50s. We don't know whether it's Mark allery, whether it's Christian laettner, whether it's Johnny Dawkins, whether it's a number of all the players. I talked to Jay wild this morning about it. And I think that's going to be the thing that his journey that's coming to an end playing home games to duke. His journey is coming to an end and he's going to look and he's literally going to see the prism of people whose lives he's impacted probably sitting right behind his bench. And I think that's going to be really emotional. What an extraordinary and point and conversation about so many things, but especially coach Kay with Seth Greenberg, Seth, many, many facts, enjoy the week, and the weekend, and we will talk to you very, very soon. Thanks, Paul. I appreciate having me. What a conversation, wow. It's hard to put it in any better perspective than Seth Joe said. We'll take a short break. A lot of reaction to that in more of your phone.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Bald men on campus. With Jay billis, Ellis and Seth Greenberg. I'm Seth Greenberg, and as you know, courtside had a pretty good rumble. We got a new podcast coming up. It's gonna be really good. Bald man on campus with my cohorts. Jay billis and the great lafont so Ellis. Now think about this now. You're talking about three guys that look at the game of basketball for different prisons. Obviously, I coached for 33 years. The fox or Wallace, by the way, he was not a good player. He was a great player to it, the NBA player, and he is going into the Ring of Honor at Notre-Dame, one of the great arms you can get as a basketball player, Notre-Dame. Terrific background from a player's perspective. Ring of Honor for the great Alfonso and by the way, Jay billis is Jersey is hanging in Cameron indoor stadium. Not in the rafters and coach case bathroom, but you know, it's still hanging. Jay Phillips will look at the game, obviously for both their player and coach at a perspective that global perspective he has on the game. It's going to be a great conversation to have great guests great banter. It's going to be free spirited. And this is going to be great called basketball season. Think about this. Coach case final year. Yes, it's going to be a story each and every day. That's just the way it is. Kentucky, are they back? The impact of the transfer portal. How impactful will these transfers be? And then new coach is a new place, whether it's Chris feared, whether it's you for Davis taking over at North Carolina. Where it's Mike Woodson going back to Indiana. Shocker smart's gonna do a great job at Mark Ken. You've got Tommy Lloyd at Arizona. The season is around the corner and we're going to bring you inside college basketball. Bald man on campus, follicle challenge, but brilliant, no less. To learn more, listen to my guy, Jay billis, and Lafayette Ellis. I'm Jay billis of ESPN. I've been on college game day since it started. I've been on bald men on campus on the ACC network since it started. And from the inception of bald men on campus, the podcast, I'm gonna be here from the birth of this great podcast until it's untimely death, not sure when that's gonna be. It could be soon. And I will find some wellness. I'm gonna be Jay and Seth's bald head brethren and I can't wait to get started on our podcast. The energy that we have the chemistry that we have. The forwards of bringing that in a podcast version with some of the latest college basketball information and Jay, I'm excited about two bigs in the country this year that freshman duke has one Gonzaga has one. You know, I'm all about the big shape. Well, thank God you are that somebody will talk about the big guys because this is a guard dominated business. It seems like all the guards go into coaching and they go into media. We might be the only big guys that are working today, but with bald man on campus, the podcast, lafonta, what we're gonna have is the three of us bald guys have well over a hundred years of college basketball experience. 80 years with Seth Greenberg and then you and I have ten, ten years each of us to a hundred. And one of the things I'm looking forward to most is that bald man on campus will take you inside the huddle, will take you inside the locker room so far inside you'll get the stench of Seth Greenberg's old gym bag from fairly Dickens. And we'll have the best coaches on our podcast, the best players, and we'll discuss things far and wide, not only in the game on the court, but off the core issues of the day and we'll also get into the things we've eaten on college game day road trips that we shouldn't have eaten. The things that Seth feels most guilty about on a Monday. And we will make sure that we wash our hands in the process. Yeah, I am looking forward to not only a great season, but I think we're going to have two great teams to start the year. That doesn't mean they're going to be the best teams at the end, but Gonzaga and UCLA have played that epic game and the NCAA tournament last year. I think you're going to be the two best teams to start the year. UCLA has everybody back and then some and good saga is loaded again. I don't know how Mark few does it, but Gonzaga and UCLA, this is going to be a West Coast bias year. We're going to be talking about the West Coast and the Pacific time zone from the jump. And I look at your Alma mater just getting missed that much on this is 1995. I talked about earlier some pigs and some freshmen that are coming in. How about Powell and Cheryl, 16 two 40, knocking down from being played with this back to the basket can actually change speed change direction, a really good passer, him on the front line with Mark Williams who had a breakout gear toward the end of the season last year could be one of the best front courts in the country. Yeah, the most compelling front court since Jay billis and Mark alley played together in the mid 80s, so that's going to be a great year to do. But it's going to be a great year on bald men on campus, the podcast. Don't miss it. I don't know where you go to get it. But wherever you go, go..
"seth" Discussed on Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin
"So a rabbi. A priest an alderman walk into the bar and the bartender says what is this. Some kind of a joke. Hey it seth and this is akimbo. We'll be back in a second to talk about the rule of three and the irreversible binomial. But first here's a message from our sponsor get better clients there in three. Words is the strategy of any freelancer. Who wants to do better work. Get better clients. You can't work more hours but you can work for people who appreciate the work you want to do. They will push you harder. You will do better work. they will talk about you. You will get paid more. You'll be more proud of what you produce how to get better clients. I've been thinking about this for a long time and we have built a workshop just for you if you work for yourself. I really think you need to check it out. It's not a bunch of videos. It's a workshop. You will work with other freelancers working your way forward to figure out how to do this. Work that matters. I hope you'll take a minute to check it out. Visit akimbo dot com slash. Go for all the upcoming workshops. Go make a ruckus. Even if you didn't know the name of the rule of three you've certainly encountered it. The three stooges the three pigs the three musketeers..
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"In the reason why we are kind of keeping a little bit earlier in the week to get so much stuff. Go on over the weekend. We just couldn't wait to talk about it. Seth Greenberg is here in Connecticut. He's going to be joining me tonight. We're going to be in studio with the game's going on on ESPN big Monday. One of those games is going to be Notre Dame. Florida state doctored on Tallahassee you damn right? I am. And I woke up my drapes today. I looked out and I swear to God, I was stunned because it was sunny and nice out still like. You know? Hey, Notre Dame stinks. I didn't realize that until because I hadn't really been paying attention Pflueger went out. And they've really struggled Florida state. I did them once I like me some Florida's state Seth Florida state to me Qatar Florida state when they all of a sudden do what they did last year and show up in this week sixteen elite. Hey, don't be surprised because they got some guys when they get in passing. They're pretty good. I'm looking for what happened over the weekend, though, what happened with with Carolina. I don't know how you guys feel but I feel like North Carolina's playing at a really really high level. And I think Cam Johnson. I mean, I don't know I feel I Cam Johnson playing as well as anybody in the ACC right now, I think sometimes Chris you gotta give credit where credit is due to the other guy and the other guy is playing I think really well the other guy obviously being North Carolina. Would you agree with that South Carolina playing good play? Great. I'm not as at Duquesne. They, you know, everyone talks about signed and. Signed into Walt wardrobe malfunction was of conversation, but you know, Carolina was ready to play and Carolina beat than doing Carolina type things they'd beat them in transition. They beat him execution, and they what wall screen bat screen boom land. They went inside screen. No clump homeland Cam Johnson. I get a kick out of it. Because all of the NBA scouting gurus have cameras like the fifth pick in the draft. That dude scored like five points the other day and circus Cam Johnson shoes, fifty seven three seventy sixty points a game rebounds passes makes the right play place hard every play. I'm might not be very smart, but Carolina's really good. And if Kobe white can just play under control if Kobe white can just be a little bit better with the ball their final four good. I think Florida state is lead. Eight good, you know, carbon. Golly is absolutely. Ridiculously comes off the bench. They played ten guys. They got a bunch of dudes that can make shots. They can disrupt you defensively they have rim protection. Florida state is really good. But I really think that Carolina right now Carolina's final four good playing at a level that is really special and the seer little playing better right now. He's playing while he's playing to his strengths. He's the offense of plas running the floor. He's playing with really good energy and people that are killing him about. Oh, you know, what he's really good? He's a great freshman year. He doesn't have to be Michael Jordan freshman year. Wouldn't you guys? Go ahead question. Chris I was looking at getting ready for nasc- game..
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Stuff the kid cutting has been a really good addition as a fifth year guy but this team plays but i just i'll give you pick how about north carolina and i'll shut up all right display all of that stuff despite right there quickly on this one texas tech at kansas four o'clock on saturday what do you think your coach texas stack up i pay what does something wrong with kansas right him they've lost three and a four right there so they're just not the team they had a little concerned because it will how'd you be kansas actually crush on the glass in your crushing pain i think that will give pain on the dribble offense rebounded i just don't think has team i'm gonna say honest to goodness for the same reason i said carolina were louisville i'm taking kansas i just think we've seen it so many times when the chips are down with programs like that all of a sudden they rise up gimme kansas doc it's you're headed to gainesville you've got floating kentucky over the weekend coach at the harvard on the hackensack al-matar orange you get a role in their to the picture auburn hackensack yesterday you know little picture the hackensack river people that harm and let me tell you what happens at his school you drive up you put somebody runs up to your car says what degree would you like you say i'll take communications they give you communications degree you give them ten bucks run out stop with the harvard on the hackensack lucky if they let you keep your car to drive anyway i love cats i spoke to in cases department yesterday where are you love this so the guy who goes oh well how did you decide to get into communicate i said i can find people ask me all the time dan how did you land his job radio josh well i got fired as a head coach in indiana be fires head coach indiana you'll get a radio gig local yet it's all we get into it it's the best no question about radio t._v. fired at indiana's the best thing that happened is some some head coaches out there maybe i'll tell you what we're gonna do number today l. i. humid that's if you go online at pitches around good who put it up at l._s._u. we're going to go a little trip down memory lane probably should get a picture dockage in his in zambia new thing because i think does a game and it's you know in all those picture it's going to be in those stripe warm-ups those things on for most of the game they still talk about me here no jockstrap and short shorts magic back in the day boys we gotta go thanks everybody don't forget scribe in the show where ever you get your podcast and rate and.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Beer in wisconsin it's time to start sounding the alarm bells story when wisconsin played here couple of years ago in the big ten championship game it might have been the scots in again i can't remember who was against i'm being literal here they drink downtown indie out of beer they came in so early they i've be a friend's home beer distributorships and like dan drank is out of beer bird calls they won all call the national guard yeah spotted collins a._c._c. virginia tech at n._c. state on saturday another one of those games dock where home court seems to be giving the wolfpack unlimited advantages year that's the only reason i'm picking him i think virginia tech scores said i think for jinya tech is a team that is going to be interesting down the stretch but they're seven mentioned a guy kevin keeps not a lot of people know kevin keats kevin keats when he coached at hargrave prep school was a place and everybody wanted to get players from and then he wasn't louisville with rick pitino and i don't know if anybody noticed but when everything came out on louisville guess he was never mentioned that one single time anybody knows kevin keats knows that yes he got out of their year before and all that kind of stuff but he would never be involved he kevin keats is one of the best people the best coaches coaching college basketball that's not to say buzz williams's and he's a good do but when you're at home and you're you're north carolina state and i think you're playing better i'm taking them but don't be surprised if jimmy technique run here k._t. harbor attack players that played for the point for us at like this team has this year dan i thought was interesting for season he had nine new players and he was bowling about having the players every year right no one is more ready to take this team and be ready and play well early in season you are because that's what you've always done he goes you didn't think about that way i said well you should and he's he's guys wanna play for you guys enjoy playing for you guys compete for him and he can really coach and they play freed up aggressive confident at heart it's a game he has to win game fan base oh my god at worst like that's the that's one of the few places in the a._c._c. where behind your bench or students they do wolf pack thing the middle finger comes up and they literally there behind your bench cursing at you for game it's the greatest thing and your players every ounce they literally sit right by pick i said you're not you're not listening sleep cough coughing cough up sex packs day's coming back so so if kevin kiesel probably get some consideration phrase coach of the year but i think right now you gotta give it to chris mac and the job he's doing a little north carolina and louisville two o'clock on e._s._p._n. saturday seth this chris matt keep this train going for the cardinals carolos playing now i think this is a revenge game for carolina carolina's playing unselfishly to ball's moving better i think fending better they're getting the place small-bore which is fine and i think they roll into yum and they go barbecue on the barbecue wings on on the courts i think carolina wins game carolina wins game only because i think these are the games roy william wins and i'm not sure exactly why i just know that history says that he does but a word about the job done at louisville you know what i had him earlier and they beat michigan state and you could see it the connection between chris mac and his team is one thing but even early there was a connection between chris mac and louisville the city the town the fans that were there obviously you can tell it after win certainly win over then full strength i guess without mcquaid michigan state team but chris mccann coach chris mack has a team that whether you know there guys jordan war can score and all that kind of.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"The pressure on that i got except he doesn't make the money next games swear to god in illinois illinois scores kill crush them let me tell you there's a team right now that worries you because of that style you know it it's kind of the the different style but it's kind of like the the syracuse you know i mean it's a completely the way they're trapping and pressing and and all over you know unbigoted tennis leg in fact many teams in the country playing like that but they're playing better and there's gonna be some better games you know i i still think i is pretty good and i i think minnesota's getting healthier it's gonna be interesting to see what the league does i mean michigan purdue think you know really good and in maryland little young on the perimeter you know other than that i got some talent to a good team so it'll be interesting to see i wish i could see more of other leagues that you guys get to kind of figure out where we are compared to what other leagues seem on t._v. don't seem in person it is it just pitching away they foods terms of any they just turned it over playing better too as the you know what i didn't even mention them i mean they had a injury two they get down low bit and and yet i think greg's done a great job with team hap- is just a there's another different animal you know just a different style so when you when you prep for these teams you're prepping for a lot of different things and i mean i never seen anybody running offense like purdue does those guys are coming off those on that at warp speed you know and so it's been kind of cool and yet we're still want it hasn't changed since bob knight's started gene katie till now is ninety percent of these arenas are packed every night and it makes it a difficult job that went on the road probably if i feel best about one thing i don't know where we're four and wonder five and one on the road five one on the road and conference play and that's that's probably the best thing that's happened to us coach game coming down there this weekend you know jay i will and coach greenberg and bill they've got expensive pallets so i i don't know what you're gonna take care of him on friday we're gonna have some past these at my host friday night these in beer for seth and i don't know what for the rest of them but yeah we're looking forward to look forward to seeing you down the road and hopefully you know kyle is i'd say fifty fifty for this week maybe sixty forty practice little yesterday if he can play that that helps us if not we're gonna have to find a way to win and and move forward but the league's going to be good it should be great for for all you guys because i think the big ten sighting places to go and hopefully web some fun best illegal to do dan broadcast got five emails from administrators is like cheese you can't have fun anymore you gotta be serious and wrap yourself and saran wrap coats don't get me started expose.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Calm press compared to danny when you played in the league you know when it was like wednesday saturday or thursday saturday and and so you're always trying to figure out when can i get some time to work on us and then when you do get it you see god i save my guys so this has been hard for me because i never gave a damn if i was the tell you the truth i mean we would play the war game we would get physical we would do this and i gotta admit i've had a change in and i it kills me every day when i do it but i've i've kept cashes out of a practice i've kept mcquaid outta half a practice and that's on american around here you know never even the stars of the stars and but it's just an adjustment it's just because of the schedule just because of the injuries and it's just because of the times we're not as tough as maybe when you guys played i don't think anybody is anymore i wasn't tough i know that i was never kept on a practice in fact when offered was kept out it was like dockage practice twice for coachman but having having said that when you look at your team and you have played without caches when you have play without mcquaid you are playing without arns where is your team where do you what do you think of you i'm i say that to my staff i mean i didn't think we played very well against purdue but as you know purdue is a good team and they've been a better team starting williams they gotta presence in there now and i think edwards has done a great job of picking gone from taking twenty five shots game more like fifteen sixteen he's become a better pass it they're just they're a better team too but we did that we got down and even you know when you should have been tired we we made a hell of a run and it wasn't just a lucky ron we kind of grounded out and i think we're really good team i i really do i think we've got an inside presence i think we've got some big to defend we've got a great rotation inside 'cause we got to be sin in in xavier and and of course word but then we got a guy and kenny going sue can he can guard a point guard or he could guard a center you know and that's a nice guy to have in this day and age we got a lot of those stretch fours or were athletes fours and you know problem is a little bit is is the inexperience at the perimeter and you know we got to really good ones if arns comes back some that helps us if not aaron henry has played pretty good just doesn't shoot it as well so then they can do different things cash is different things with with nick inside because for a while there were shooting forty some percent from the three and josh was a big part of that it was a big part of that so that's where it changes a little bit but my money and find different ways to score sometimes how you talk about the twenty eight weeks schedule joey halfway for your league schedule right now you and lee games left is that a different approach like i remember when i was they were voting on that i think to go to that next year but like howard sauce thing is having that having champions have been sent the vents but then played in the league at different as a player but when you're at fourteen games or sixteen.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"What i led the way playing kevin kids did a great job keeping his team engaged in the predinner game so van that that up front you know n._c. state and just you know they don't really put a lot of pressure on your with any front replace i'll tell but florida state tell me if i'm wrong you he plays a thousand guys yes like ten like minimum would work for him to get to nine guys eight guys and see the a really develop cancer authors i would i tell you what i've felt like like you know sometimes you hear coaches all the time talking about we're wearing players out now if it's a if it's a strategy to keep you fresh and go through determent that's cool but man i just it's hard to keep track of why you take a guy out or what you know those assistants gotta be making their money because they're seeing things to get a guy out or get a guy in but you know what the guys leonard hamilton is the world's youngest human being he seven years old he's twenty five done drink smoke all he does is hang out with his family he's like willie nelson but in reverse yeah willie nelson this willie nelson looked like he was seventy five when he was thirty five leonard hamilton is the opposite of that there's no doubt and it's fun to watch his team it's fun to watch him because he don't say nothing he just coaches ball and i tell you this man if you better you better have some guys that don't turn it over if you're gonna if you're going to beat them i give you said i swear to god to teams in college basketball i've heard this so much and i've said this and i'm going to add michigan to admission virginia when they beat you every guy that i've talked to hasn't been asked it's like well we we really should have beat them like when you play virginia everybody we're cower just as good as you play michigan just you know we're just as good of them sometimes you get blown out and you're not but virginia to interesting when i swear i can see them getting beat early i swear i could see them not losing a u._n._b._c. or whatever it was but man i watched him and i'm like how do you guys not beat these guys how do you not tell you doing now why turn turn it it over over and they don't fall foul you know i mean they take keep you off the glass i think with watching the watcher the interstate other day that was the first time i watched a michigan when they when they put it on virginia tech i'm more like this into ness champion they're flying up and down this knock-about shots of cutting are maybe they were locked in they looked like you would be seeing it since he state they were they were harkat get free and i can see that except the whole thing the system can't you can what's just to iran if you know you can oppose your will honor thing given away the people say you can't win championship playing that way i disagree except maybe this year the beat the dukes some other people you can probably hit the scoring and they can make shots i think that's sort of the formula right now duke is in making show dukes r._j. barrett and wanted they have fifteen and seventeen threes old-fashioned freeport place fifteen seventy like those guys are shooting it's a joke with sheva three point i never like they were two for twenty one from three point line the other day is acted in yeah and they were nine for forty three against circus right they're going to have to make shots virginia's making shots and they're scoring points to good formula eighty four and six times yeah i know i know i'm just like i can see that says it's not your father's virginia the different this year that's what everybody says i've seen them okay take quick break on the podcast when we come back and talk to tom izzo team suffered an injury setback this week also coming off the loss at purdue but they've got time to prepare for indian on saturday and we're gonna make some picks to so don't go anywhere.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"A lot of times you get a guy like that and do play in work against that team like what he's going off doing his thing those kids are into it i mean like it's there hugging high five chess spot and do everything else but they were guys scoreless joey house is going to be a really good player same house really score if he's got enough guys coming off the bench that gives them a little bit of a churning they got they've got a maturity to them that they didn't have your ago that's the way i look at it so that watch last night and it was stark it struck me he was making moves at the top of the key finishing with i mean and their bench and there are other guys and then it's also struck beginning i'm gonna use the word offensive pig i mean he shared it's not it's not like when guys get it they feel they have to do something because they're not going to get it back playing with him it's weird because dude at scored fifty forty and a half i it's a weird thing to watch because it's a cool thing to watch because this is not man i'm resentful this is not man i don't get any touches you said at the houses are really good and they're involved just as much as howard is our just happens a lot of time to get the bongo score it's weird it's great i remember what game it was but it was a few weeks back they went into overtime and how it scored the first eight points i think in the overtime session and that was sort of one of those games where the rest of his team said okay it's your time yeah got it overtime now it's your time to do your thing and i think to your point they just sort of marveled at the way this kid was taken over a game when everybody knew he was going to when he did anyways yeah dig it yeah it's great it's cool it's very very cool very cool so what about the a._c._c. then we talk about the big east and i think we've probably come into an agreement that those two teams look like maybe the only teams out of the east that are going to be second weekend teams in the n._c._a._a. tournament maybe get another one like a saint john's if they come to play that can get it done but what about the a._c._c. because you're looking at a lot of teams in the a._c._c. that have a chance to make that next step but how do you tear that out seth virginia's here and i keep virginia that in that thing that my second tier carolina virginia tech who can really score and louisville then my third tier is qs state f._s._u. event you know after that you know i through georgia tech era tier four because i wanted to make sure yet you everybody's in that tier four then because the top three tiers in the n._c._a._a. tournament teams because because if if you've you've got got georgia tech and boston college pit and those others that are just fighting for scraps right now in that league the list nortre dame miami and wake just those are bad a._c._t.'s one of the interesting things for me was going to florida state and doing a game and they're fifteen and five they sometimes make shot sometimes they don't but i swear to god it was an odd thing is like man if they this is weird usually if you can guard on the ball you're going to be really good defensively when they get into passing lanes they stymie it almost doesn't matter how well they shoot because they're going to stir stirred up and get enough transition but i will say this i know they're not duke i know they're not u._b._a. i mean you can almost no they're not louisville or north carolina virginia tech but i man i i would be very very nervous playing florida state if i were a coach that needed to make a run in the n._c. double a. tournament and they showed up you know right there because that's a team that can play what about n._c. state to wouldn't you throw them in sort of category yeah i think.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"I don't think consistently over the course of the season but i think in tournament don't be surprised about auburn to man when those two guards are making shots harper and brown you got a team that can play in but i would say those three teams in the s._e._c. absolutely taken over and i would say those teams in the s._e._c. in the upper tier all college basketball right now i would think that stays creatures have gave me oh my guy because i did say the knicks were going to be the most improved not the new york knicks but nick richards nick ward nick lord's been good nick richards maybe it'll be the most improving n._c._w._a. tournament there you go i think he's thinking about kentucky equipment p._j. washington is finally playing couch for what and i think parsa he's plagiarism stakes a little bit but p._j. washington three games rose twenty you notice i pause there because i knew how to get his kentucky thing i had to talk about kentucky and coach cal so i let you have your do even though you're not feeling very well seth play her for the last two days so i wanna move on with talking about tears in these different conferences 'cause i think this is the time of year we move the calendar on february and teams start to separate themselves and other league i teams are separating themselves and said you might agrees the big east i mean i think right now i look at team like marquette and they win tough games i mean they win games win they're losing they win games when it seems like they're they're on the road and it's not going to happen and yet they find a way to win like they did last weekend and even last night they blew out butler and handle it just seems like they find ways to win games i know the marquette top tier here's way over marquette to your saint john's whole tier two or three province crepe georgetown the bottom i got saved appall about which it's weird say the bunkers in the bottom tier but some some right with that team right now they're just not playing well they played pretty well early sees the problem the big east has is in league play into teams winning writers because john's got off to such a hot start and then they really cool down i you talking about villanova's playing great basketball now and then marquette but doesn't seem to be a big drop off after those two teams what last night when i watched saint john saint john's last night they went out to omaha and i thought i gonna have twenty thousand you know man they beat the hell out of him and i'm watching him and i'm thinking two things i'm thinking number one he's a some dudes they can get to the rim and number two they're garden but they're only four and five in the league in and you know you're right and i watched butler eventually all things must end and it looked last night or last few nights at the butler way sliding way because they don't look talented enough they don't look like they're anything different anymore they just look like another basketball team struggling to play basketball in a tough conference that's that's really you know all all that kind of looks but to me when you got one team at eight no and you got another team at eight and one and i watch marquette beat by the last night that's that's a different marquette team that i watched come into assembly honky blasted they they look different to me yes it i think the garden better i think that the development of sam houser job houser gives them a little another option you know your sam have really school do good but i think they're i think they're they have work physicality offense and i think that they're me they bang on your little basic guard your little bit they rebound little bit better and i think impresses me about the state dummy way off what we know how great player right and we know at any moment he just get going dropped fifty and yet his teammates enjoy watch why they are all in on him doing what he's doing and that's rare because you know.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"The year at my face with that can't be fixed right away because michigan state's coming in hungary and the anc this up like that when you guys don't like each other don't play for on its own you can have all team meeting juwan those those teams don't resolve anything and it goes back to the bentsen's floss you got a guy to one done and his teams almost playing against crystal to hear about it and if you have one one done your team done because you don't have everyone on the same page as the one guy who's the one done as a different set of rules a lot of ways that everyone else it happened marco foltz after with simmons and seen with overall i mean that's just the way it is and i would never thought i'd seen archie miller team this uninspired this or unorganized non-competitive i just the funniest thing is that you know people killed cream like let's face cream still be coaching there joe nobis hartman where healthy the year fire because they would have been an elite eighteenth you grew hundred percent a set jan nobody went from hurt to less than a year later garden well year later garden lebron james in the eastern conference finals as a starter for toronto absolutely absolutely so i know you guys want to get it a few things today game day is going to be there east lansing this weekend indian is in town not exactly the kind of road trip that indian archie miller need to turn things around but it may be exactly the game that coaches needs after finding out the josh langford has gone for the year kind of get things back on track and as i said they got a week to prepare for that but some of the things we have seen this week michigan state nod in action but we've seen l._s._u. and action some of these other teams in other conferences and seth i know you wanted to talk about l._s._u. because in the s._e._c. and for good reason we talk about tennessee and we talk about kentucky 'cause kentucky's plan better basketball late too but once that we really haven't talked much about at all as l._s._u. and they're on beaten and league play to l._s._u. is money doubt about their money they are really really good you got experience backer remote waters eight point guard accurate i mean he's exposed to be quick he can pass the ball defense he's an act of the federal ball e creates turnovers makes bigshot schuyler bays is a church shop acres with with a little bit grizzle of this they've got all kinds of athletes around those two guys nozzle read the freshman mcdowell's all americans big step out shoot three's emmett williams rebounds they're they're undefeated league play they turn it over some but they're a team that in just pure count this is gonna be sacrilege they might have the most here account of any team in the s._e._c. the think at some point you know the whole trae young factor you know what i mean you know you become seth curry i thought when i thought about l._s._u. i wonder if water is going to become a pig you talking about carson was where he just shoots it the pig is not a derogatory name it's a name for college basketball people that shoot too much hand the ball too much and are pigs so there you go did you think he was going to become was it was you know was there a threat there for that but he hasn't really has realized if you want to win they're going to have to replace and those good players make game issue for him i mean this teams they got the kid bixby williams he's tracy morgan he's got spirits now's reads a kid that he's has no clue at play one six eleven to want to shoot threes but he's talented maze and waters can really really play and they got these young kids office smart really guard this with ability does rebound now up they're not fishing offensively but they rebound mrs and they're letting and they're you know they've got they've got out and you know you're right we we don't even mention because they have great preseason but they are a very good athletic counted team that you know is basically just steamrolled when lead it's going to get more cult but they're playing at at a really really doc if you had a tear them as far as we're looking at some of these tears for some.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Loss at michigan state felt at purdue is just move onto the next game figure ourselves out loss nothing more nothing more it's tough play that that barbs ms moore as watching gaming those people were absolutely insane it's the only place i know where when you walk out of the gym is only one tunnel there's a big sign with a club of the clock time to play hard it's the only place i know where the students have a a scoreboard for quote hard plays meaning they flip it over how many charges how many steals how mega give you dunks off they flip it over you know it says play hard lives here something and it's the only place ever been to that most people get all excited when somebody hits the three of you know the different i romeo langford shoots when you know shoots and air by goes all so great no not at purdue take charge getting respect there it's awesome and that team plays up to that boys do they always play better you think boy they're just gonna be carson edwards this year and they got a couple other nice pieces but they seem to play better and better because of that home crowd really feed off of it under present coach really people on his brown hair seth i'm gonna tell you right now seth if they lose if they don't get to the sweet sixteen now you're not maybe going to see it but around here your person comedy other day lady that played basketball at purdue said yet dan you're talking purdue radio show i am okay well painter always slows it down in the tournament and he always gets us beat in the tournament i'm thinking okay name the time where your coach always did this of course they couldn't but i'm telling you it's the weirdest thing purdue be careful what you wish for man because that dude is good as there isn't a country yeah they their actions are ridiculous pin down handouts to card role i mean don't roll heart screen heart art flying on stagger screens i mean what he still would carson edwards issue that's machine stay here he was a big course never snow he what how do is inclusive now and then all started a couple of weeks at michigan state painter took him out and you know when you do a game you see it sit right across you just thought man you know at the end of the day you gotta make a choice with great player he's killing you you're gonna lose anyway you might as well coach your way right and they did it and then the williams kid played well at the end of the michigan state game is the only thing they took out of that game and next thing you know he's in the starting lineup harms is coming off the bench much more comfortable i talked to matt the other day about it and now you've got a team that hey they're only one game out of the michigan schools and they're rolling so the bottom line is this with the big ten michigan state loses at purdue no shame in that so they're still near the top michigan obviously is home along these teams at the top of the big ten or kind of getting a ding here and dig near but it seems like they just reload the next week and michigan state now the bad news mid week without length for get a whole week to prepare for indiana who is just terrible doc it's what is going on i mean now they're not just losing games but you have to say they're losing games to rutgers and they can't score points this team can't even get the sixty points now twenty two what's that now i vented it's available on youtube bailable everywhere look is is a team that the one thing they have is ability i mean the fifth year's or fourth year seniors gonna average i don't know fifteen his career top five pick they got guard that everybody says an indiana they stole from produce really good they got some wings that are experienced the bottom line they don't like each other whatever the reason is and seth was so good last week i think talking either on my show or here may when you get a one and done better surround him with other one and done ze and indiana looks completely well this organized disinterested on f fleck in every spot including a kid is supposed to be a top five pick and can't shoot and unlike each other it's a it's a bad mix it's really georgia tech and over.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Been awhile since the three of us chris qatar seth greenberg and dan docket for all on at the same time we are back and we've got some interesting stuff going on first and foremost the news of the day in really the news of the week and college basketball was at michigan state but team that had been just hitting on all cylinders until the till they really got rocks last week at mack against purdue now they get another rocking when they lose josh langford one of their wingmen for the entire year he's been outbreak games it was fear that maybe would be a long term thing what is going to be a long term thing tom izzo made the announcement yesterday dan i'll start with you obviously changes michigan state moving forward but this team that's one and won impressively with a lot of guys out all year so i don't know how much it really changes them does it i don't know i think it changes them nationally i think it changes their opportunity to win a national championship always says really hard to get to the final four is those made it look early chris but when talking about sixteen and night mature kid on the have played well without him but arns hurt as well he's got a back issue that he's been dealing with mcquaid has been up they've ridership and i look and we're gonna talk to time later on today but i think this i think when your time is oh you three things are involved you want to win the big ten you want to win well actually four the big ten tournament as well and you want to get to the final four yuan win national championship and losing a guy like that slows the ladder down now they can win the cup they can win the former but i don't know that they can get involved in the ladder ultimately seth greenberg remigia i could play a twenty game league schedule i think this team has attention ward out without lankford warns being out some are look there too they're good because cash once as good as any or guarding the country nick wards playing at a high level you know i'm a big aaron hendrick guy but you can't lose you can't lose guys that score fifteenpoints game in juniors guard and be the same team you work that just the way it is they've developed that the mets great and he'll get him to play hard and compete mill we games but you know when you're competing for national championship is such a small march of era i think it's gonna be really hard for them i think they'll get through i think they'll get for the big ten but after that i think it'll be interesting to see what we're going to tom is a little bit later on in the podcasts does this loss now change and we're gonna about conference tears a little bit later on obviously michigan state is still on the top tier teams in the big ten but from a national standpoint does that knock them down a peg if you had to tell me look these teams that i think our final four teams today does that take michigan state out of that grouping i think it'd be fourteen just less than games most once at purdue which i think by the way more i watch jeopardy then you can speaker that is incredible i mean macura that place is crazy like watch neck amy other day that place was at a frenzy for two hours like this everybody revived than than than or much better varmint in the big ten immaculate does much better in the country and i've always said this i don't get you go to produce you plan a national schedule you guys get better i mean glen robinson blade before going robinson actually guys get better you play in a crazy environment and yet mad has a hard time recruiting it's it's amazing it is to me there are certain afternoons in the big ten where you're just not going to win some it used to be i that's not the case anymore but i i always said some nights at assembly hall you are not coming in there and winning some nights in breslau you are not coming in there and winning and some nights and mackey you are not coming in there and winning and i think the loss to michigan or the.
"seth" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"I also Dave wrote I wrote a time travel novel called the glove, and it's up. On Amazon and paperback or digital form available to purchase now on demand, demand read the glove. Now, it's been a long time coming always wanted to add a story to time travel genre. Here is the blurb for the book after Ben Stanley son is born he suddenly finds himself on time traveling journey from his own past for a man whose life hasn't turned out the way he thought it would bend now has the chance to change everything for the better. We'll been be corrupted by this newfound power all will use it for good this mind-bending journey through the best and worst of times of his life will force him to reevaluate. What's important, and ultimately, what makes him happy the glove on Amazon. Nice job. Dave, very proud of you that you wrote a thing that you wrote a glove and now people go get it again events at ten T dot com. This episode is Mr. Seth green, whom I've known I think maybe since I. We were teenagers. But if not real real real close since the nineteen hundreds since the early to mid nineties, and I I don't know what to say other than I love him. I love the shit out of him set. This just he's just likeable and talented and industrious any makes a lot of cool stuff. And he's just kind of like he's carved out his own path as a creator while also carving out his own path as an actor. And now he's adding directing to that. He's got a movie that he directed called change land, which is not out yet. But we do talk about it quite a bit. I saw it. And it's great. And when it does come out, you should see it. I don't know when that is yet. But when it does you should he doesn't know that either. I'm not I'm not being irresponsible host. We there really is no information on that yet. But it's great, and you should see change lamb when it comes out and just love this guy so launch. So thank you Seth.
"seth" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg
"Be sleeping no way. College basketball live afterward. You must watch out for listen to San Francisco probably making a close game. Because that's a pretty good team. They are in terms of what's left on right? Exactly. Point guard San Francisco's teams. But what I'm saying about this whole thing is you really can't come up with a number two number one is which is part of the reason why he will certainly be number one. Because there isn't somebody else pushing him for that number one spot. I don't think there will be hey, how much of what you know? He's even came out and said, I want to show the world more than just the dunker what I know that. But how much of the fact that he such donkey machine comes from the fact that all the way up until now in his career. That's always had to do. Now, all of a sudden for the first time in his life. He's gonna have to show a little bit more of that game who better to coach him to show more that game than coach K at least for this year going into the next level. You know, like Chris before the year and Seth set me straight because he had seen him. But I had not seen him. And every time I watched him on Twitter video or YouTube. He was dunking against players that looked like my daughter like me out there. No chance you were way too. Big. And too Bill. I'm talking about my daughter. That would alone and everybody wants to like guys in high school. We're getting dunked on and being happy about right? Yeah. I mean, he wasn't playing in New York City where guys gonna so but set set me straight on that. And I saw for myself. I think it's nice that he says it, but I don't think he has to say it because I think people that know basketball. No as Seth was just gonna say that dude's a lot more than that..