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"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

The CSIS Podcast

05:45 min | 3 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

"The incident date the perpetrator location motivation. The number of individuals wounded or killed the target weapons used and others lots of others. And we've had a range of coders. At csis that have coded the data we added for the most recent iteration. We added categories on whether there were military involved. Active duty reserves veterans way also added whether there law enforcement current or former law enforcement involved. And then and i think this is an important step like with other reports that we've done along these lines. We gave the data set and our draft report to a panel of experts so we gave it to individuals. Like bruce hoffman. At georgetown. Or cynthia miller idris at the american university colin clark at the superfund center and others to review the document review the data. We gave it to a number of others and then we made changes us. We gave it to the washington post. They looked carefully through the data. Said they came back to us with a all. These individuals did with a range of questions. We made changes based on that we added some incidents took out others. So so this is like a living breathing document. And it's that valuation from outside reviewers that i think was really important in honing the accuracy of the so The that that's really the way we built this and we vetted this report is going to make some waves because it's the first report of its kind that really puts numbers on veterans and people associated with the military being involved in extremist tax. What do you expect. The result of this is going to be way under. We've already talked about there. Is i think awareness particularly within the military. That extremism is a growing challenge. I think this will start to accelerate efforts within the military to deal with the challenge. I expect we'll also see more interest among members of the house and senate to push the department of defense the fbi part of justice police agencies to get more transparency in the nature of the problem. How serious is it. How do we know that. What kind of data do we have. What steps are you taking to deal with it. In the january six incident at the us capitol was in many ways a moment where partly because of the involvement of some current particularly former law enforcement and military. It was a moment where i think people recognize that. Look this is a problem..

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Fresh update on "seth jones" discussed on Bob Sirott

Bob Sirott

00:43 min | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "seth jones" discussed on Bob Sirott

"Full lifetime. The plant opened the Iron was out of town about 1200 People small town about 3800 people The town grew and became a great place to live record says Efforts to save the plant are not done yet. He says he's still hoping for clean energy legislation to pass in Springfield. Ahead of the Illinois Department of Public Health is urging unvaccinated residents to get the covid 19 vaccine. Dr. Ngozi is, Ikea says those who've already gotten vaccinated are doing their part to help end the pandemic. The people who made and took the right step to get vaccinated there in the best situation possible. But, she says those who have not been vaccinated are largely they, most of people who are in the hospitals and dying of covid. The numbers have been going up across the Chicago area and in Illinois over the last few weeks. And in DuPage in McHenry County. The mask mandates are back in place. They are now recommended. I should say 75% of Illinois counties are now at substantial or high level for covid transmission. Now. WGN SPORTS Here's David. Good morning looked like the White Sox might have dodged one when the Royals got there only runoff Lucas Giolito in the seventh and had the tying run at third with nobody out. Aaron bomber came on and stranded in there, and it was 2 to 1 socks till the ninth when Salvador Perez tag Liam Hendriks for a game tying home run, And that set the stage for Michael a tailor's game winning two out hit in the 10th. 32 Royals the final We really pitched well, we made two mistakes and, uh Been a really, really tough hitting day, but we really pitched well. We got meet the manager Tony LaRussa ended up taking Eloy Jimenez out as a precaution. Grind tightness. The initial diagnosis Cubs technical Horner out because of oblique tightness, and I prompted manager David Ross to put Kris Bryant at shortstop for just the second time in his career in the Cubs, 82 lost to the Reds. Joey Votto. Two more home runs for Cincinnati. The Bulls do not have a first round pick in tonight's NBA draft. They have a second rounder number 38 the Bears practice in front of fans today in Lake Forest, their second practice the training camp. The Blackhawks made a flurry of moves, including Signing defenseman Jake MMA came and an eight year extension for newly acquired defenseman Seth Jones. Dave Edit WGN SPORTS Now the forecast from the WGN Chicago weather shutter. Here's meteorologist. Morgan Coke. Meyer. Hi, Good morning. We have thunderstorm activity happening here through your morning hours, most of your day, actually looking fairly dry. Temperatures rebounding into the middle eighties that looks like about 85 degrees in total here in a few cooler at the lake, we are going to look at lakeside reading schooler thanks to a northeasterly wind that will blow in and cool us off those 10 to 15 gusting to 25 isolated shower to this afternoon, but mostly dry after we get through these morning storms overnight tonight dry with mostly clear skies and temperatures in the mid sixties tomorrow, upper seventies cooler by the lake. From the WGN Weather Center. I'm working Coke Meyer right now in Chicago. Cloudy skies. It's 74 at O'Hare. It's 78.

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"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

The CSIS Podcast

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

"Tempting to get into law enforcement or the military. They are more likely. This data shows to not apply in the first place so these deterrence steps i think are also important in vetting people and discouraging unfamiliar applying in the first place. Seth wilkin the military and law enforcement do to make themselves less of a target of these groups and individuals. Boy andrew i think the the military and law enforcement can do a couple of things one is they can hardened up targets and that is that may be barriers a defense in depth against police stations against military bases recruiting centers particularly with threats against those locations so men i have to do it against every base installation police station but ones where there's a higher threat of and we've seen threads in cities like seattle or portland oregon or minneapolis. Another thing is to continue to focus on proactive intelligence collection and that really means that the joint terrorism task forces law enforcement in the fbi need to continue to develop really community efforts to identify extremists before they conduct attacks as they're plotting and we've seen good example of of this over the last twenty years in the arrest of najibullah zazi for plotting attacks against new york city subways. He was identified arrested before the attack occurred. That's a really good example on the jihad aside of doing that. And i think when when you look for example at the plots against the governor of michigan also potentially the governor of virginia that plot was thwarted by two f. b. i. informants into networks that were involved in plotting the attacks individuals that were connected to the wolverine watchmen in michigan. So those kinds of activities. The signals intelligence human intelligence collection is important into this one. Last element of this i also wanted to highlight and that is unlike. Some countries say the united kingdom or germany. There is very little public discussion public data. That's available about extremism in the united states. where the. us. Government really does a terrible job of collecting and pushing out information data on the threat. Who's involved in perpetrating. Applauding attacks does the data show increase or decrease. I think there needs to be a much better effort by the department of homeland security. Fbi department of justice n even the department of defense to better publicize and be transparent about data. Dick goes to these kinds of threats. Because there's too much opaqueness right narrow in there's too little transparency. So that's one of the reasons we did. The report is to try to get war data and information out there rather than you know rather than have to rely on guesses about the about the nature of the threat. How were you able to assemble the data that went into because some of the findings you have in this really interesting. You have the number of domestic terror attacks and plots and twenty twenty was at its highest since nineteen ninety four but that fatalities were low. Only five people were killed in one hundred ten incidents of domestic terror. And then you have some really interesting reasons for this. One of the reasons is that in this data that you've examined it might be because of what you said that efforts by the fbi and other law enforcement agencies to prevent attacks before they occur. So how were you able to assemble this data when it's not so readily available. Waiter what what we did is we. We built a data set and we've published various iterations of this over the last couple of years. The current version goes from january. I nineteen ninety four to january thirty first two thousand twenty one nine hundred cases of terrorist plots and attacks in the us between that time period it includes a whole range of categories..

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"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

The CSIS Podcast

02:44 min | 3 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

"Focus on veterans and individuals exiting the services including police which are at increased risk of recruitment education about the kinds of organizations. That may reach out and recruit and again. There's a difference here between individuals that are engaged in first amendment activity free speech and veering into extremism. And again we're talking about in. This report is not freedom of speech issues. we're dealing with terrorism. And i think that's the important issue to understand. People are obviously whether law enforcement whether they're active duty reservists veterans former law enforcement are able in this country and protected to provide their views in a range of areas but when they're involved in the deliberate youth or threat of violence to achieve political goals and to create a broad psychological impact stats terrorism and its that violent component. That were were really focused on. So i think the strategies exit interviews training for individuals leaving those kinds of jobs. Military law enforcement types of jobs is is particularly important. What about the on on the front end. What about the vetting going into the military vetting going into law enforcement. Are there steps that are being taken in the can be taken to prevent potential extremists from joining the ranks. Yeah andrew the sf. Eighty six process. Which i mentioned earlier in our conversation. I think they need to continue to be revisions that help identify individuals associated with extremist networks. And in. it's not just these changes. But also i think the military and law enforcement need to make clear that. They are stepping up efforts to identify extremists. That are involved in trying to get into law enforcement or military jobs. There's an interesting data. Point from an fbi database of loan offender terrorism and it looked at lone offenders in us between nineteen seventy two and two thousand and fifteen and it noted that ten percent of offenders took steps to join the military but they were either disqualified during the application process or they dropped out after realizing that they might not meet the qualifications so deterrence is actually quite important if people realize there is a much more significant spotlight on extremists..

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"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

The CSIS Podcast

04:23 min | 3 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

"Wealth department defense has already started down this road in dealing with extremism in march. Two thousand twenty one the departure defense center report to the house and senate armed services committees which acknowledged the department is facing a threat from domestic extremists secretary. Defense lloyd austin pledged to intensify the department's efforts to combat extremism in the military. He asked organizations to conduct. Stand down to discuss extremism in the ranks with their own personnel in january. Two thousand twenty one. The department events also launched an investigation to determine extent to which the department and the military have implemented policies and procedures that prohibit advocacy related to white supremacy extremism. Criminal gang activity by of duty personnel. But clearly there needs to be more occurs over the next couple of years. I mean the department has been moving. I think reasonably well along these lines. The sf eighty six the form which the department of uses as part of its security clearances. Yeah i think is evolving to try to pick up individuals involved in domestic extremism activity. So there are steps that that i think the department has to take place etoile -cation on signs that an individual is involved in extremist activity identification of different types of tattoos or language. That people are speaking. I mean these are things that help. Educate there's also another part andrew. Which is the department of defense is also a target of extremism. So i think part of the effort has to beat also continued to try to protect military installations recruiting centers. That may be vulnerable to an attack by domestic extremists. The problem we can talk about this in a moment the bigger problem may actually be the police because there is no national police service like the military and there. It may be a little harder to make progress now. I have to ask but is there any evidence of interference by foreign actors. That are trying to stoke this up. You know russia any of our other enemies trying to foment this kind of extremism within the united states entered there are some indications in in our interviews with us intelligence personnel both in organizations like the national counterterrorism center the fbi but also some local joint terrorism task forces. They've indicated the russians have not been helpful along these lines. They have been involved in pushing out propaganda that supports extremist ideologies on the internet this has been through bots robots as well as through individuals through trolls where they have found ways in opportunities again to really try to expand the reach of these extremist ideologies to targeted individuals. That may be vulnerable to them. What what we've also seen them do is attempt to target active duty personnel reservists veterans and police directly through cyber and disinformation campaigns on digital platforms. And get them and encourage recruitment into extremist organizations. So we've seen the the russians active on pushing out propaganda as well as trying to direct security officials in the us towards extremist groups. Obviously not not very helpful steps right so so give.

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"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

The CSIS Podcast

03:22 min | 3 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

"Suggest at least for the moment is that that post nine eleven period where we were concerned after the attacks in new york city in washington and the plane that went down in pennsylvania. We have moved in into a new era where the threats are not coming from selfie jihadist groups or networks. They're coming from individuals born in raised in radicalized in the us. Everything from white supremacists to anti government ideologies to anarchism. That's what we face so this is another key. Finding in this report is that white supremacist. Violent far right extremist have perpetrated around sixty six percent of domestic terror plots and attacks in recent years but salafi jihadists were involved in only five percent attacks in two thousand and twenty so why is such a large share of our counterterrorism resources still devoted to radical jihadists instead of combating white. supremacist groups. Enter the good question. I've talked to a range of individuals at fbi headquarters as well as the joint terrorism task forces that are set up across the united states to combat terrorism led by the fbi. They run sources. Collect information against terrorist threats. The united states. What a number of individuals that we've spoken to have said is that they are in the process and have been for some time in shifting resources away from jihadist activity in towards domestic extremism. I mean it's been a little slow and we've talked to individuals including in the bureau front. Jj t.f across the country that are said. Look we've just moved to slowly on this. And what slowly means is think for a moment for the fbi and local law enforcement agencies to disrupt a plot interested individuals. They've gotta have informants in organizations in pay those informants usually they have to have the signals intelligence they have to have to have fbi. Intelligence analyst or others involved in scouring the internet in extremist websites to identify individuals is particularly challenging because most domestic extremists aren't part of groups per se. They're doing this individual and that's one thing that comes comes out loud and clear from the attacks is we're not seeing groups conduct attacks in the us we're seeing individuals that adds another layer of complexity for the fbi and law enforcement agencies. Because it's a little bit like finding a needle in a haystack. They're not part of a group you've got to be able to have really good local intelligence to collect and half people or have agents identify those that are on the verge of conducting an attack and i think the amount of resources are potentially significant which is why it really needs to continue to shift towards these kinds of domestic extremists. Set back to the military for a second. I know that we've made a dod aware of the findings in this report. And of course they're doing their own internal review water. They going to do about this. Disturbing trend..

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"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

The CSIS Podcast

04:22 min | 3 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on The CSIS Podcast

"I'm bob schieffer. And i'm andrew schwartz of the center for strategic and international studies. And this is the truth of the matter. This is podcast where we break down the policy issues the days since the politicians are having their say we will excuse them with respect and bring in the experts many of them from csis people who have been working these issues for years no spin no bombast no finger-pointing just informed discussion. Today's episode of the truth of the matter. I'm flying solo. As bob shieffer is a town to get to the truth of the matter about a groundbreaking new report on the rise and right wing extremism and in particular how it's tied to the united states military. We have with dr. Seth jones senior vice president. Csi ass and director of.

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"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

03:00 min | 7 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"You know it was going to be a huge push hockey back in a week. Thank god yup allow. Well mentioned it. Quickly grandparent's leo. Friend of the program appeared on vikings. Show it's now an amazon prime. A he didn't have to go to like wardrobe and makeup probably just showed up as usual like game offset backpack it kind of looks. Like your jacket. Biz the one. I work upon hockey the real way different color but just the the overall size of it. The one i bought one missed lou. A broken stick. I sent the just to the guys the other day that you're the liberty hotel. We stayed at used to be the form of fraud jail hair boston or they had a drink this weekend at alibi. It's called the whitney bolger if you guys saw that it was pink whitney lemon simple syrup basil and sparkling rosie wadey at a log in common little bit a rat juice in there after that after fucking belgium but Yeah the whitney bulge tough tough. Look tough liquid. Evan am i. Don't give a fuck. I'm making money every time. All right boys well. This is a pretty fat. I think we can put a bow on it and everybody have a fantastic week. We're going to become a tier next week from scottsdale. Arizona cannot wait. We're going to be biz each. Y'all you guys get some sandbags on tapper next episode bunch of interviews. I can't wait to get out there. It's been a long time so west you guys might be able to get inside of an nhl arena and watch game. I don't know what the rule is. Exactly as far as spectators are concerned with the coyotes. But you fact they are letting some fans in and our zone read. That was one of the buildings. So maybe you guys will be able to get inside of a coyotes game. Who do they start off. The season against the shadows san jose back believe they played maybe even four games back to back against them. Because they're already here right. They're they're actually staying yeah. I don't wanna sharks location in room. Nine hundred one well biz. I can't wait to get out and see. See your humble abode and all of us to get together. That's so exciting. And you've never met finnigan. Miss that fenian obese. Thirteen game is going through this. You just shed everywhere shut base. Good luck tonight. Go go your say. let's go team calloway. We do this we even though you snub me ten years ago and then you and then we got picked. The three apples against belarus says all fucking third assists for the press. Box cbo's ceo when everybody as always thank fantastic sponsors here and spitting chocolates big thanks to longtime friends at new amsterdam. Badran pink whitney big. Thanks to our friends at ea. Sports nhl had a.

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"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:41 min | 7 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Quickly though canada i asked i asked about mcmichael and perfetti. They made it to nothing in three months. And both those guys the whole teams just stack. But what else happened in that. Canada game that while we're going to go to the offside let's talk about the off side of four nothing for cadillac at that point right before it might actually been three nothing. It was right before the end of the second. It would have been a bit of a momentum. Change was at four one g it would have made a four one four one and even with the new rule of like the hovering lag still would have been site because it's tollways hitting in. His toll was touching down in side. The offense zone before the puck it fully cleared so it was. It was a great heads up. Play by the by the video coach for team canada. Who i believe is the saskatoon blades. Video coach in in mitch love. Who's assistant right now for team canada. He probably brought him over. But just an awesome called sucked. Because i kind of wanted to see a little. Bit of a hockey game and they. They demanded they took data way. It was like okay. This one's over. Yeah i was bummed out early but that russian team. They didn't have anything like skill level and speed. You didn't it wasn't it. Wasn't one of those russian teams that can't compete and win a gold medal. I can't hasn't trailed this tournament either. It's like this. This is a huge. They're huge favorite. But it's gonna be a tough game for them to win. I think it's gonna be a classic tonight. Let's talk about the winner in the slot area for usa. This kid played for the hamilton bulldogs. Oh l. team. He had fifty one tux and he ended up sliding down in his draft year and he was a late i router went to the second round. Biz on smurfs. Picking the second first pick in the second round and you see that released from the slot area. He's at a dead standstill and ray ferraro described a perfectly. He just opens up his hits. A hips gets around the puck and gets enough leverage on it to get an upstairs. Goalie barely moved in just a very entertaining game. The fens never give up who is twenty nine for finland variant casper semi title. He got the ball tables or two of their goals rather tonight two of three. Yeah and that kelly interesting story he's funny. He was born in uzbekistan. Which is one of the old soviet. Socialist republics immigrated to the states. Staten island when he was two years old. It ended up moving in michigan. So he's america now but i actually born in uzbekistan. So he's had an interesting Road to where. He is now off of those names. Almost don't match up. It's like a russian last name with like he's like a sixty year old white guy in america. That's usually people who are named office. It's it's kind of funny but hey great. great game. An unreal snipe. I thought we look at it a little. Ot but fortunately we won't be up too late tonight and a big advantage for team canada. They got about four four hours. Extra rest here planning a back to back tomorrow morning. Nine thirty nine thirty eastern time is the gold medal game. And i was thinking. Why didn't they do it earlier. Especially like people in newfoundland. It's even later for tomorrow night's game but it would have been unfair to to the winner of the second game. Had they put you know what i mean like you at least have to start it. When they started giving the full twenty four hours. They'll be up drinking what they get now. A bunch of americans. I owe the new fees and speaking about new hoke. Who had the goal. I i go for cranny plays boston college. He something else. That guy's nasty another colorado avalanche prospects building a dynasty over there. But arthur kelly of i don't know why he slid in the draft. He's not the greatest skater. I don't know if that had something to do with it. I know nothing about him. But he can shoot a pocket got going on that line with zegers and turcott and they've just been every time they get the pockets like that's easily their best line and they got depth. They got boldy. That minnesota prospect also plays a it on another line but they have tons of tons of options on. Us that can score and zegers being the number. One guy whole. I talked about earlier. This kid he's fucking unreal out. There tried to lacrosse goal tonight. He's he's trying everything out there and he's always always has the puck sick a magnet and i think he twenty twenty fifth point tonight in his. What is it ten th game in the world juniors in his career so he's looking at breaking the all time record for points in in world juniors. I think it was twenty seven. I don't know did he. Actually i think peter forsberg had known for. Usa mean offer. You did he did. He has thrown tonight. He didn't have the assist on the winner but he had that sweet assist on the bowl just unreal like short short a shot past put right in stick. Yeah so he's he's their best player on that side on the offensive side and spencer night. Verse levy levy levy. He was also a florida panthers. Pick late pick seven hundred outer seventh round or so to panthers prospects in net going at it. special levi. He's been absolutely lights out. I think he's getting overshadowed by some of the other players on canada but he's been absolutely lights out to repeat myself but again nine thirty tuesday night would drop in this episode tuesday boys any other notes before we move onto the last couple of subjects. Tonight i bet you the lacrosse johnnie walker for. Asu had one tonight. You guys he. Is he a super senior yet. These fan wilder at this all could cast twenty eighteen three years ago and he was a senior. I think seven. Here's a college but guys predictions. Fictions really game. Ten one canada. He's he's like the guy a kalat helped me out here. Texas texas longhorns. Matthew mcconaughey early days and confusing i i stay the same eight. No i get old. They stay the same eight. What's the light of looking for here. I know it's fucking late here. People come on i love. I love highschool girls. I get older but they stay the same age. Not sure that line is as well glass. Shit now my prediction. Is i think candler gonna win five to two.

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"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:30 min | 7 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"They they got like ten young defense. And by the next one. And and biram. I i don't know if it's like the gear wear or just what. He's duncan. keith junior. It's like there's so many things that remind me at duncan keith. Watching this kid. And i can't wait to see him at the next colorado. It's a sick joke. what they have common. Who's the other man on canada. That's there in colorado. He's gonna kill kill. Kill my car while cable car went last year. Candidates justin baron. Who first rounder this year. They've got drew. Who's the second rounder place for the. Us like three years ago they had no players and now they're like i don't know what they're going to do with them all. It's pretty pretty awesome problem for for colorado to half ray which nhl team do you think has been happiest about draftees. Play all boy. I think detroit's probably pretty thrilled. They've got half the swedish team. And i know they just lost all my god man like every guy was doing research. And unlike it's another detroit guides and other detroit guy and then they had two guys that got pulled for covid positive tests or they would have been on the team like they've detroit's got to be really happy anaheim. I'm sure there. They gotta love trevor z. Chris who is leading the tournament scoring but canada's got another defenseman jamie drysdale who took six and it's one thing to have a lot of prospects in the tournament. Detroit's got nine that. Ottawa got nine Anaheim's got to really high end guys in in drysdale ziegler's and that's that's pretty cool for a team. That's transitioning the page a bit. One guy that kind of flew under the radar was that well early on the tournament. Jake sanderson and people are saying that he's been stand out as well. Another guy fifth overall same. Big left ear dislike ottawa. Have you been impressed with him. So far i have width. Did you play against his dad. I get the chance to play against. Jeff warner fast and jake looks exactly the same. Wear the same number. And i'm like holy smokes. I wish they looked like they were trying when they skated. It's fast and they're like host of the isis jake's of course he's eighteen years old. He's the best demand on the united states and of course he's going to get stronger and better and bigger and a man. He's he's another guy that's just you know. Ottawa got these. You know all these picks but they got high end guides. And i guess that's you know when you suck you get it to the top of the draft and then you've got to make the right pick but and and Sanderson two picks apart holies man. That's that's building block stuff there ray. On saturday we saw a relatively tight. Quarter-final games Teams like germany. The checks the slovak. So they sort of collectively closing the gap on canada. Usa russia sweden finland the little dog. Right i mean. I think it's a race. They can't win Because of the sheer numbers of players. But what those teams are really good at is for one game they can. They can rev up their game and they keep the games tight the the tough thing in this tournament. I don't think people quite understand. It is like every you know. Some people are ragging on switzerland austria this year. Of course australia just you know. They qualified for the tournament and sir first time and they got smashed but the switzer generally really good always a pain in the ass will this year. They got a bunch of seventeen year olds because all their players aged out. It's like you can't play forever. it's twenty years old dreaded tournament. and so you don't have a like an endless flow of players. Canada and russia and the us in sweden finland do so we get burned. You got a you know. A thin group germany's got eleven is coming back next year. I think they're going to be really good. While one of the guys not coming back is still slow. So they're not going to be. It's good but it does quarterfinals. Honestly i like. I was nervous. Because i was like. What if these games are all like just tomato cans who wants that. We don't wanna broadcast them. You don't wanna watch them right. And yet those kids played their played their asses off and they were all really close games could. Could you see a potential restructure the tournament. I know people every year it comes up when the first games come out and teams are getting blown out. You mentioned austria. I think they scored one goal the whole tournament own for a lot of the guys who did help. Help them qualify ornament. They no longer there right anyway. Lost about nine. Nineteen year olds. Do you think there's a different potential structure so it does make it more competitive and it does make it seem like the gap is closing when the tournaments actually take place. It would be by far the best way to go but logistically. It can't happen and this is why the that austria is a great example. they qualified. They had the best goalie in the tournament at the top score. Who's nhl draft. Pick plus these six or seven other. Nineteen year olds. They're all gone in theory. They should qualify that qualifying tournament to get here to the world. Junior should be in the summer but to do that. Then when does the teams that qualify for the second level tournament. When do they have it and the teams that qualified for the next tournament. When do they happen. The f puts on. I think thirty two tournaments. You.

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"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:26 min | 7 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Mean if i'm him i would hold out as long as possible because i think he's worth every goddamn penny and i don't think the way he plays is necessarily fun playing it in that system. You want to hold out so bad baseball my god. Oh my when. I read that i and loving islanders. A little drama off the ice myself to barzal hold for the islanders and just thinking of their fans being measurable borelli frankie. He's it looks like you got in a car. Accident swallowed the airbag enormous. He came down arizona for a little bit. They were eating good on the company card. All shows is that what he was doing. I think he came down here to get some golf stuff with the foreplay guys and they must have been going off the ocean club. All the fancy restaurants must have been latin glutton. The word i'm thinking of jap probably if you know if it was just a bad pitch and that's one thing but i think it could have been right. Yeah as a guy who might have on the one chin pitcher. I can relate so he gets gout. Then we're going to definitely know what was swiping a credit card at the nice restaurants. A fucking i get that biz goat. I've gotten it a couple times. hurts brutal brutal when you can't put a bedsheet on you tow because it hurts too much fats. Actually why retire was scout. He didn't even realize khomeini swedish meatballs and ornskoldsvik. It was who go go to the end. I couple of it well. One of the islanders lou did confirm that the island is resigned. Matt madden and andy greene also signed corey. Shine it to a one year. Seven hundred thousand dollar deal. Obviously he was with the devils last year. Lou knows and from from way back then. So he's trying to i guess Resurrect his career. Little backing up To stop so. Good luck to corey high. What his new squad Defense john marino signed a six year extension with pittsburgh worth twenty six point four million four point four million dollars cap. Hit the extension kicks in after this season. Pittsburgh must really liked what they saw from this kid after just one year with six goals and twenty assists biz. I know you wanted to chime in here. Wa- carlo call yacovos online tweet. Now this is the new league and fifty six games played. This guy showed very small sample size. You talk to anybody from pittsburgh day. Love this guy doesn't doesn't outshine with his numbers. I think he would. You say it's six goals twenty assists but just as far as two way game and and you know his his ability to not make mistakes out there. How good. He is shutdown defenseman. They seem to think this is a steel and this is going to be a glorious deal in two or three years i just. I'm more like you got fifty six games as a sample size one fucking year so you know. I think it's a bit of an aggressive move. But you know you see a lot of teams making it with the league's heading now. They're trying to do with the cap situation where it is. They're trying to. They're trying to get these guys playing their contracts so it should be interesting. I've heard nothing but positive things about this guy though it yeah. He's he had a great rookie year. And how many games played did he have. Twenty six points six. Yeah so. I mean you're just under a forty point pace. Forty one point pace in the nhl is a rookie. And you go back to. His last year played three years at harvard. Now he's picked by edmonton. I have no clue massachusetts guy. I have no clue what happened in terms. If they didn't sign him. There was a trade schultz thought. It wasn't good and then he went over there and wanna cup or two while no but schultz. The i'm wondering how they they lost them to even sign him to an entry light rail whereas they kind of got schultz. But if i if i like have looked at numbers and heard what i've heard about his game and how solid he looked. It makes sense because you are trying to guess right and and overpay guy to in three or four years be severely underpaying them. It's the exact opposite of getting the thirty one year old. Ufa so it makes sense there. I i didn't really understand that. His last year at harvard adam. Fox's on that team. He dominated the entire college hockey scene that year. It over a point per game a lot over a point per game that same team marino had eleven points on a harvard team. That was pretty solid like so like you said. It's not necessarily as numbers that's going to get it done. Because that shows he was good enough to play in the nhl the next year. Defensively and away from the puck that year at harvard. A ton of time even need to go to the miners at all. So i think it's a great signing. I know it's early and that wasn't good point by carlo online. But that's just the current league it is all right. We got a few other scientists here to make note of add. One more thing he played for the soc or kings I don't know if i was a member of that team. The one that went to the championship we want it ninety seven but he was a member of bed before he went to the cia. So sure gangs. No shit shit ross is. That is that from christmas vacation. Isn't that what he's looking at her like thong. She's wearing or my at the desk. My god. that's the one at the pool when he sees the dreams of the pool that girl. Oh my goodness knock it. I might have been the first time. I got a boner. When i saw that movie i saw her and she kinda reminds me of like a kelly. Ka pow ski from saved by the bell and the with a european flare so there was a picture that came out of that girl who was in christmas vacation when she was like. I think she's fifty sixty now. She's still a smoke so she's eight. That's kellie kaposi. Comparison competitive cranking. It's a christmas vacation. It was a dirty birds in the season for the fourth time high moving right along with the sightings edmonson signed restricted free agent defenceman ethan bid or a two year. Deal worth four million dollars. Two million dollars cap hit. Arizona did indeed signed derek. Persad one year deal worth one. Point two mil. You guys want to chime in. Just jump right in The blackhawks signed for to a two year deal worth six million dollars The blue sand restricted free agent. Defenceman vince done to a one year. Deal worth one point. Eight seven five million Defensemen travis a ham. Egg is going to be on a pto with vancouver. It sounds like it's similar to the hoffman situation that just doing it for logistical reasons. Money reasons but i'd be shocked if he doesn't end up there a pretty good replacement in the fact that they lost ten f like they didn't really have anyone step in that role there..

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"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:04 min | 7 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Huge jones for joining us man like i said earlier just an absolute young studying the game. He's he's a real nice kid. I actually met him years ago right before you get drafted as a seventeen year old kid and just just a real nice kid. Easy to root for shell Hopefully you enjoyed that. As well and i mentioned might coli a few minutes ago. I'm fired up for this story. Because the league's play a pair of games at lake. Tahoe and february like boston philly call and that will show colorado verse. Vagus is going to be no fans there. Obviously there's no winter classic or all star game so this is going to be. The signature did non-playoff event. And it's pretty fucking cool biz. Now they're gonna play on the lake. Yeah two games on lake dow. Oh man the freddie coil and classic it gets that cold towards that thick where they can put the boards up and the drill them in like the ice. How badly the hell bad was the ice when we were at the pond hockey classics. I obviously the guy. They're figuring everything i think is. Is it still dan cragg. I might be really date myself with that. He's the guy who used to be at the head guy for any channel ice and doing the work that been ten right. I i don't know he. He was thereafter marie uninformed on this but he was the guy at one point so whoever it is now if it's not him will be there but it i was shocked to see it in no fan. You said no fans nope. Nope hot is sick. That is going to be such a cool experience for those guys. I don't know if those still set up things obviously things around the boards for ads and stuff when it's on tv but probably not gonna play on the ice though. Don't you think they'll just build a rank on the ice. I doubt they're going to use coupons. That's kind of how are you going to do that. That ice yes ever so in the podcast assuming that they were gonna use the lake ice. Can we all can we all. What if they are then going to be the dumbest human yourself that. I'll let you kick me right in the nuts when you get back when you get the scottsdale looking at it now. That was the dumbest one of the one of the dumber things you've ever said. Welcome to the club buddy. I say i do it every podcast. I just thought the purity of it would be can also looked at lake louise too but i don't. I don't think the logistics worked on. They're gonna they're gonna play a game. They're they're going to play an outdoor game. Here at the fairmont princess. On the fucking ice skate around. But i saw the funniest thing of all time with dan. Cleary former redwing legend first man to ever win the stanley cup from newfoundland gave ira sip from the cup. Hold on skates when we're at dinner there and go out on the ice pretending that he couldn't skate which you really couldn't anymore at that point in bear was i had it on video. I don't know if i still do one of the all time classics people were like what he's gonna fall. He's gonna like asking people for tips on how to she's like pushed the left foot out. Then push the right without. Stop like a pizza. This is kind of late break. Darren dreger on monday morning. Said that matthew basel is on. The island is camp. Ross in contract talks continue He's checked in. He had his physical. But he can't scrimmage well a contract it certainly sounds. He's very close to signing if he's all checked in and got his physical of course by a restricted free agent who just finished his entry level deal is get fifty nine goals in one hundred and forty eight assists in two hundred. Thirty four games played got twenty four points in thirty playoff games. What seems like. Almost i guess a done deal that he's gonna be there. Be a shock if he doesn't. Yeah probably. i would hope so i offer. Sheet was definitely a potential for him if things were a little more normal. maybe but. can't you just picture louise like the roster. She buys al. They're like louisa free ages. I put him on the roster. He's a free agent. he's like. I don't give up our so signed an but now if you gotta figure at some point here in the next couple days it will get done. But he had made it clear for a while that he wasn't gonna really take a huge discount. I always was under that impression. At least yeah. I'm very interested to see what this deal is. Yeah i see. I see a line type of deal where you get where. He's getting like seven or seven and a half million for two years. Because i think he'd be wise to wait and kind of do the delay where he can get the big big ticket. Unless they're going. I mean right. Now isn't the time to sign that. No i i speaking speaking of memes or gifts or just whatever the fuck you call him when they when they announced that they were like a potential hole dealt with bars. It's the pursue pretends to be shocked on the percents. That gift going. So i mean if i'm him i would hold out as long as possible because i think he's worth every goddamn penny and i don't think the way he plays is necessarily fun playing it in that system. You want to hold out so bad baseball my god. Oh my when. I read that i and loving islanders. A little drama off the ice myself.

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"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:31 min | 7 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"There is the us But obviously you love the big time match ups right so i i really watch for individual players so anytime you know co is plan or lebron's planner curry's plan things like that. I just love washing their exciting to watch. And this is fun jaanus and these guys. They always always make an entertaining on tv similar to the nhl games on the road. Are you going to games when the night before a lotta times. The nba team are you. I've actually been to only one game. As an i saw bulls game. I won't have story about that. Actually i was playing a national. My second year was in chicago a couple of days before the game. They were playing the rockets. And so we stayed at the ritz in. I think it's a water tower downtown. Used to stand there. We had a couple of nights so we go out for some drinks night before their game like two nights. Four hours before may see couple of players in there to keila bottles in their hands. Like chugging incredible. A jeremy lin was sitting at the bar drew water. This is when he was on houston wins. And i'm like these guys camp next game. So i go to the the next night. Harden has eight points. I think lynn goes off for like twenty eight. i'm like this guy obviously. It was a great night. I'm sure hardened. Did i go to see hard. and it. He he was a little young. I think buckled. What the state games you go to a lot of the action whether it was football or basketball for for the clashes. I haven't been to ohio. Sipa ball game at. I've been there for four years now. Haven't been i mean. Outside of the stadium is kind of my bread and butter. Know this one hundred hundred k. People but just the bars and the atmosphere around games like the whole city. Shut down for these games. So it's a lot of fun being out and about town going back to you know you was younger player. You got a little bit older. You go to arbor where the national team development program was. I got a chance to be there. Pioneer school showed out. I'm a graduate after that ended. Where most of those guys. I shouldn't say most but a high. A high percentage going to college. You decide to go to the whol like what. What's that decision like. i mean i had to. I would think you had an idea. You know already then that you had a chance to be a pretty high pick that following year. Yeah so. I ended up graduating high school in three years because i was late birthday so i'd extra year before my draft. I want to leave that college option open or that option open for for that year so i actually went and took an official bits. North dakota loved it. They're great facilities. You know is top. Notch the building and everything And i was very interested in. You actually believe it or not and never took a visit there but loved school in love everything about it ended up going to portland on the debate challenges to seem better for me for that one year. You know my goal is to play one year than go right to the nhl. And i thought you know one year of college. It really make a whole lot of sense for me. I mean as to get great crowds there and did you feel that that would better prepare you for the next step just given the game. You're playing in like maybe the wear and tear to get used to that exactly. Yeah seventy two games When i was sixty eight now but seventy two games you know the bus rides in the back backs and things like that would definitely give me more paranoid than saying. My mind is always the right choice debate. Shell sometimes colleges but you know. I think they played thirty. Something games only on the weekends. You know a lot more work and things like that. Between and i just really wanted to focus on hockey point in playing as much as i possibly could that last year. I've said before. I think college hockey's the way to go. But if you're a guy that's going to play in the nhl one year. I totally understand and it kind of can with junior getting you. Ready for that pro. That pro like lifestyle away. You know when you end up when you have ended up getting picked. I'm sorry not getting picked. I want get to the draft yet but the portland team today. Draft you in the dub or did somebody else. And then they traded for your rights drafted me Thank you you gave him the day. Cambay no actually yes. No no no doug. So tired was the gm there and then he left. When i was thinking about going to the w went somewhere else he went up to the nhl from correct. Mazen kind of put together that deal. That sent me to portland Mike johnson was the coach screen. Green now in vancouver was assistant coach. you know just the you know how they ran things the professionalism of that organization and the players around On the team at the time i think would best helped me get to that next level and so i had a blast when i was there. Love my family to death. Was there with me. That year was travis. The head coach. There was assistant. Technically the assistant. But my might johnson suspended for the year because whatever. The case happens. That i don't even know what the heck no idea. What's the case. Apparently there some things going on. Is that a russian under the body was was that a russian under the bus rushing out colts nor wants. It wants it off dude. That's i mean that's just fucking funny man they russian wranglings. He couldn't have done something that bad he was in the nhl. A couple years later wasn't he. Yeah he was he was. He was pants jones of play junior. That's what was happening on on seventy seventy two games my ass. You're probably making more than some fucking show guys out here. You get a cut of the gate like since junior goal. Yeah i was gonna ask you just to vote for someone who like you know. Obviously young stud coming up and you probably knew you were going to go to the national program because it was like the best development at the age you were for someone who's going from like where you were.

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"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

05:42 min | 7 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Jones Well it's a pleasure to welcome my next guest. This defenseman was taken by nashville fourth over on the twenty thirteen draft and made the team just a few months later in the ensuing years. He's become on the top defenceman. The league and has been an all-star game representative for the columbus blue jackets and free of the last four seasons. Thanks for joining us. On the spitting chiklis podcasts. Upjohn's i'm good. I'm good thanks for having me guys pleasure man so we you spend in your off season dash now but in dallas for We'll ever since. The i came back from the bubble so we got my mom here and my brothers here so in training and win for the season to start everyone else. I had the chance to speak to you once before but it was the nhl network interview a player next to the penalty box. Postgame most boring interview in the world. So i'm really looking forward to having you on here. A little more laid back at the. I look up at the camera off getting ready for. Where do i look like challah. And the makes korean boy. I never got camera. Ra or know what you're talking about. We've never got asked to. You did what you did one of the minors with an old like vhs camera like the lens exactly nobody. Ra brings up or s where you stay for people who don't know your father. I think everyone knows by now. But your father pop by eleven twelve year. Nba veteran is. he still involved in the game as he coaching. What's going on in his life. he is. He's been in indiana the past eight years seven or eight years coaching there and then he actually just got assistant coach. Show with the sixers. So you'll be trusting the process. I guess you'll have some process. Yeah exactly so. He loves doc rivers. They've chatted because he just got hired to the cell. This is a laid back coach. Should be fun. do you tell your old man. Hey see if. I am beetle. Gimme a follow on the graham. Do you like do you try to get that in there. And all you gotta let it organically. Okay trying to try to get to a game after courtside. i'll just find eats launch. Show up there. It'd be really so the beginning of your career. We always go back to the early stages in like development and hockey and yours is one of the coolest stories going with your dad playing in the nba. And you guys live in denver. There was certain hall of famer. Who kind of helped your dad out. When he asked him where kids should be playing locally and stuff like that right there is yeah guy by the name of joe sakic decent of yeah not bad player yes. We lived in colorado my dad when he was with nuggets. Always see him down low and the pepsi center. Walking around underneath disaster was probably three or four at the time. Older brother was seven or eight younger brothers just a couple of years younger than me. Just ask them whether they need to do you. Know what am i gonna do to get into hockey. They love lights new play. They love coming to the games. He said skating. Skating's going to be the most important thing so skating lessons the entire year before. Actually start playing hockey. What ages this. Sorry this is five so five skating lessons from a figure skater wasn't figure skating lessons just working on the edge work. I did that too seth. I'm pretty sure. I'll let people bully you about the figure skaters man they know they know their edges. My friend there's stuff edges. You may chirps for that but it makes you a better skater. That's no doubt. I'm sure i will. I have over the years. chosen stories. came out so i was going to ask around. That time was just more development in the in the hockey world. There really wasn't any in the basketball programs to where that's what made you gravitate towards playing hockey over basketball. You know when i was when i was growing up in colorado i was watching deaths and they were loaded. Cap was well over one hundred. There was no catholic so health one hundred ten million like five six hall of famers. They're just one of the most exciting teams to watch. And so i think that's a gravitated toward it. I don't think the nuggets are good. So i'm not. I don't really recall back in the day. But we just love hawking kind of friends growing up. I played hockey. It was just it was part of an the buzzer on that team. Probably not just me but probably you know. Thousands of other kids want to try to at that age. I read an article. Did your older brother get involved. I are basically at the same time. You're looking to your bro and watching him. Do it must have made you wanna played more. Exactly exactly he was. He's he's a ninety so he's four years older than me and watching him star playing just loving their game in general before that with him watched him start playing it. I wanted to get involved in a younger brother. Got him bob too so we all skinny lessons from the same figure. Skating lady For years and years and kind of how apple so is that why you ended up a defenseman because at that age you were like the only guy who could like skate backwards as good as you can. Forwards i think the natural thing just listening to some of the stories from my mom and my and my parents. They tried to put me afford. I tried to play center and wing. And i would always gravitate back to defending the net for some reason. That was just my mentality. This very nurturing very nurturing post the home take care of the home. I wondering say at nine or ten or you already like the dominant jones. He's the best player on that team. Or are you the ryan whitney ten-year-old with a yellow.

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"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

06:12 min | 7 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Also check out the woodwinds over at ea sports nhl social channels as well. And thank you to corey and porter for helping film that and edit it and they made me look somewhat decent although the one the guy help and outwit he had he was carrying around the podium and the absolutely smoke me right in the nose. I was bleeding. Saw that bad. That look bad action. I i was wondering if that actually hurt. They got me pretty good but we have. The show must go on. We had eddie lack ready to go and they wanted to zoom award show and that's what you gave him buying like. I can't even think of an analogy. What a move by you just trying to just trying to grow the brand bro. We're trying to get the youtube channel going right. We're gonna get things pop with the kids g absolutely. We're actually switching all of our gaming over to the youtube as well we're leaving twitch and we're going to be doing all of our gaming going forward on the song on youtube so we're going all in on youtube baby. Let's go okay. Subscribe to our youtube channel. Check us out there. And we'll be dropping all the pods on there now to go back to rush the reports some more bad news for our friends in chicago. Jonathan will not be with the blackhawks to start camp. i should say he wasn't with the blackhawks dot camp. He's been dealing with the medical issue. He released a statement. He said this off season. I've been experiencing symptoms that have left me feeling drained and logic. I'm working with doctors. So i can better understand my condition until i can get my health back to a place where i feel. I can perform it in elite level and help my team. I will not be joined the hearts for camp. He did ask for privacy as he focuses on his health recovery. We're not going to speculate on anything here. We just want tom get well. Get better but as a european the blackhawks. Now you gotta start the year without tapes without just seabrook's camp as well so atop blow for the blackhawks no doubt yeah definitely. It's kind of a scary thing to read because you just don't know what what what they're talking about and we're not gonna at all trying to figure out what's going on. Just want to say. Good luck to jonathan tapes in getting healthy. I've met him one time. Awesome guy everyone knows what he kinda means the league in the city of chicago so forgetting that with dakata it kills the blackhawks who didn't look great going into the year to begin with more about just getting this guy healthy getting them feeling right again because the report of kind of what what is out there just the statement that was made it does make you think like all the matters is our health. We've been over that a bunch of times and and you've got to think that it's definitely scary time for him while side. Were absolutely so get well as we need you back out there. Health is the priority moving right along the devils nico he. He missed the start of campus while the leg injury. He's week to week and you should be ready for the season opener. 'cause he was the number one overall pick in the seven seventeen draft. He just turned twenty two actually today. Monday and he starts a seven year. Fifty point seven five million dollar deal this season so a little bit of pressure on that. I'd say yeah that's gotta get the ice cam. I so cam on this guy this year. Everybody's open up to way game. Yeah and also tami fitzgerald came into that contract contract already being given to them right all right all. Yes so it's one of those things you come in. You got a young guy and you think he's going to be watching him very closely knowing that they got him next seven years for over seventy year. That's a that's a second big nut for the kids so obviously we wish him. Well see what happens Moving right along another trade request. Winnipeg also down with some issues day. Add at least one. Trade request restricted free agent forward. Jack russillo's it real slavic ross leveque raw slavic never with those i siege in hollywood issue. It he's supposedly asked her new place to ply his trade as well He doesn't have a contract yet. He's going to be subject to mandatory quarantine. He joined the team on a day. Eight if he gets four negative tests february eleventh would be the last day for winnipeg to sign up for him to play in the nhl. The season he just completed his entry level deal But the bigger fish involved. Winnipeg patrick lining. He's been rumored to be in trade talks as well He's going be our after this season. He's making seven and a half million. He's still only twenty two years old lanny. Averaging thirty four and a half goals in his first four seasons seasons is the seventh most prolific goalscorer since his rookie year. If he doesn't want to be there he doesn't want to be there but man if you're a gm it's tough to pot with a sniper like that. He's been talking about this guy since he joined the podcast. Whenever without was in just where you're gonna find the goals and what what you what are you gonna do when you're not scoring. Well we talk about it with ray. Actually we talked about that. Be game and and nights where he's not scoring. he's a little bit nonexistent. Where there's nothing else going on. And and and in some cases a bit of a dog listened. The book last year was that he started playing a little bit. More defense had pretty solid season. I don't know he just he doesn't want to be there. I don't know. I don't know what the ask is going to be an and what he's gonna wanna get paid moving forward but i still think that there's something to prove their yeah it. The thing is for teams looking at so hard to figure out what you'd be willing to package to get this guy. Because are you gonna to do that. Looks unstoppable. that'll get you forty every season or you're gonna get the guy that just shuts it down when he's playing video games on forty eight hours straight drink a mountain. I don't know you don't understand what he's so. We'll just let sign them to the fucking song. I'll get seven media up a gamer big big time game. A big time gamer. So if you get lucky and you deal for him and then he decides are and i'm gonna play. I like this. I like my living situation better. I like my linemates better. It's all one big. They'll roles together to one big package my happier if that's what it is for this dude. We're all kind of guessing. But when he's on manic it will it change teams for unit mentioned. The bruins got that guy and stars vars nai-ping as far as the other guy you mentioned for winnipeg..

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"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

Spittin' Chiclets

07:14 min | 7 months ago

"seth jones" Discussed on Spittin' Chiclets

"Yeah i mean his his numbers going to be up there. I mean we've had a great run defense. Eddie shaw bob. you're rebac. Interestingly those guys all finished the career elsewhere than boston too so i guess jars is keeping with that theme so thank z for everything you did. Yeah we we love you appreciate it but go bs. I as far as window. I think it's more than two years. What they gonna window is honestly. Man is as long as they got. You know rask on marshawn there. I i think the window will be there as long as those guys. They're especially rask. I mean he's a bonafide number one that tough to come by. So i i'd give it more than two years. But they've got to try to rebuild on fleischer on thirty seven in two years burs. You're on he's thirty five right now. Is conscious got two more years. He'll birdie seventy three as if current thirty seven year old in this league of thirty seven year old center can get it done. It could be patrice bergeron but don't count on it. Yeah that's how like. I just said father. Follow time is undefeated no matter what good is shape. You're in so we stick with the center theme von columbus. Oh upsetting news for blue jackets. Fans really are well what what's going on over there with one of their top picks from the recent draft. Yeah it free agent luke dubois. He signed with columbus two years. Ten million dollar deal but he apparently wants out of ohio. Lebron had said he was looking for a change of scenery as free as a restricted. Free agent he was free to negotiate with teams. And apparently that's when it became known that he had a wandering eye sunday he said quote. I'm going to be the best player. I can be the best team. That can be the best person i can be. I don't want it to be a distraction. So i think that's the only way i if i go out there and i work at him practices with a good attitude and i go out there and work haydn games and play well. I think it's not a distraction. I wanna get no more than that. He said our goal is to get a contract before camp. The team my age it myself l l talks private talks in the remain private. But what's going to be interesting. Tortorella todarello's quote. He said we're transparent about everything. Not just bobrovsky when they similar situations with those guys quote. There's a number of things that go on during the hockey season that i think it's important that belongs in the room where everybody's involved with it and understanding of what's going on so this situation. I'm not sure. I haven't spoken to dubois but not only this situation but others is the goes on. We'll talk about it as men and we'll talk about it in a group setting so i mean that sounds like twitter k. Just throw it out there and letting you wanna be. You don't wanna be here like i mean you. Have you guys been in rooms where i guys requested a trade and what kind of affected as in the room these. I can't remember one like in that type of situation especially as as like it was just a. It was a bizarre situation. And even when he when he got there he spoke. And he's like you know. I'm not going to be a distraction. Kind of really. Didn't back off the fact that he really wants to get out of there and now i'm hearing that this has everything to do with torts and you mentioned the wandering. I am you know. I don't know if burger van brought him over to shape hair eke give them a little. You know brought them. A couple advances in the batman mask with the hand sanitizer. What about six feet. It was like the world juniors when the pop when you call it. The what am i legally. What is it something. Graham hologram hologram pops up The ripper anyway i. I don't think that their relationship is very good. I don't think what likes the way that he tries to motivate his players. Even though that torch this kind of i. I would say he's dialed it in since his past. He's gotten far better. But i mean you saw the situation against the leafs when when he when he laid into him on the bench and i would go even further to say. Apparently that dubois apparently is old. Man is not a big fan of torts and he just like he thinks man to man. That's not how you treat people especially in an environment where you're trying to pull in the same rope and win something now on not going against anyone style of coaching here. Because i liked the coaches that were hard on me. But i mean you know when when you got certain cultures like that sometimes a short shelf life is short now from dubois standpoint to like you gotta be looking this. I don't know how long is going to be there for after this year. I think is deals up after this year. I don't know how much longer who's gonna be coaching. He's on the back nine. So i just think that above anything else. His relationship with a head coach. It's pushing them away from cau- columbus and i don't think money was going to solve the problem if that was anyone's anyone's guess i'm pretty sure that that's been a long long standing story or however i can't speak you know what i'm talking about. That's towards right it. There's some people that can handle it. There's some that can't he has success everywhere he's banned mode at times it. Does it ends. You know guys guys can't deal with the the constant kind of Not just expectations. But way he goes about his business very matter of fact and when you ask about like being in the room with a guy who's for trade. I'll tell you i'm not gonna speak for everyone and say like people there people. Aren't that offended. I'm sure there are some guys that are offended by it. You don't want to be on this team would really want you here. But i'll tell you this even if you think that way about him off the ice any single person on columbus that plays with them this year and that is on the ice with them and practicing games if he's playing hard and they can tell that he's trying his best playing as well as he can they don't give a flying fuck. That's just a fact because if he's your centerman and you're a winger that's like i can't believe this guy doesn't want to be here and practice start and the games get going and he's feeding you left and right. Yeah you don't wanna go at all but you love how he's playing and you loved that he's making you a better player and you love when he's helping you win games so this is a business. It is surprised to see guy this young do that. I saw some things online. Are boy buccigross completely disagreed with how he's going about things. We should have a monster. We gotta catch up with him We'll talk about that. I i think that it's a different game now. Where when you were younger and coming out of junior topic first couple of years. A coach maitree like shit but if you're playing as much as he does Producing you just kind of kind of deal with it and now it's these guys have a lot more power especially younger players. And if he doesn't really want to be there he can make it open. Hey i'm signing here. But minute i can get out of here gone in. Want something me or not. Interesting thing is is kind of dealt with a similar situation with your handsome. Like but i think it was. Maybe you'll hanson. Wanted a little bit more money rather than wanted out. And i think you mentioned it be texas like you're not be able to flip them for seth jones all time and they don't have they don't have necessarily a first line center now right now they've maxed only penciled in first line center As he's been taken reps and training camp. I would imagine that that would flop considering gerald dubois back and you know but if domains your your best other option is your top center and he..

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Homeland Security whistleblower: Team Trump distorted intelligence, downplayed Russian threats

Morning Edition

04:04 min | 11 months ago

Homeland Security whistleblower: Team Trump distorted intelligence, downplayed Russian threats

"Reporting on the threat of Russian interference to the election, emphasized the threat from China downplay the threat from white supremacists but highlight the threat of Antifa and other leftist groups. That is what a Department of Homeland Security officials says he was told to do in a whistleblower complaint. NPR National security correspondent Hannah Allam is here to talk about the latest claims of political pressure at the D. H s and the implications. Dana. Thanks for being here. Hi there, So I lied. I laid out the the broad strokes of this whistleblower complaint. But can you fill in the details for us? Sure. Until last month, Brian Murphy led the intelligence branch of th S, and he was reassigned after revelations that the office was compiling reports on protesters and journalists. But now, Murphy says the real reason he lost his job is for speaking up about what he portrays is White House attempts to manipulate intelligence to match President Trump's statements. And, as you said he makes claims about Russia an election meddling, but I'm focusing on parts of the complaint, where he describes specific attempts to influence intelligence on domestic terrorism threats. Murphy says his boss is the top th s officials told him in no uncertain terms on several occasions to play down the threat of white supremacists and to play up the thread of Antifa and other militant leftist and he says he was told to do this so that the DEA just intelligence assessments would match what Trump says publicly. And publicly the president frequently and erroneously, we should say it portrays Antifa as an equal or even greater threat than the exponentially deadlier. Extreme, right. This is something I've discussed with Seth Jones at the Center for Strategic and International Studies. He's got a long background in counterterrorism work, and he and other analysts say the White House assertions of widespread violence from the left are baseless. Those comments or general not coming from the experts within the administration, who Are at the National Counterterrorism Center at the FBI Counterterrorism division. They're coming from politicians, so it's not a reflection of the data, The far left simply does not present the same threat. That the far right dozen capabilities in plots and attacks Orin fatalities, none of those Nevertheless, this is what Brian Murphy says he was pressured to do to elevate the threat of the far left. How does he describe this? This pressure campaign. Well in the complaint, he talks about being asked by the top leaders to soften language and report on white supremacy to make it quote less severe, And at the same time, he says, he was being asked to add more information. On the far left. He mentions Antifa anarchists, in particular, the White House's dismissed these allegations are false and defamatory that call Murphy a disgruntled employee. But he's not the first to raise these concerns. We've heard former senior D H s officials saying this that the far right wasn't taken seriously. We've heard it from researchers who work closely with the government on policy making. And I mean we hear it ourselves in the market the different ways. The president speaks about attacks where the perpetrator's a right wing ideologue versus, say, a leftist or a Muslim. What does take this one up A notch in terms of revelations is that this is an insider alleging that political appointees attempted to manipulate actual intelligence and this is not a press release. This was an assessment of domestic threats to the nation. So Murphy is asking the department's inspector general to investigate what he calls abuses of authority. So how how did all of that affect the white supremacist movement? Extremism analyst generally say the far right especially, you know, white nationalist supremacists had been emboldened under Trump. And so this is one more account, saying the administration looked the other way as violent actors got more organized, more violent, better funded. And now we're starting to see some of those groups show up to protest, intimidate and launch attacks that many fear will lead to an escalation before and after the November election. NPR national security correspondent Hannah Lamma. Thank you so much for your reporting. Hannah, we appreciate it.

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"seth jones" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"seth jones" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"You have great credit, or if you have the ability to improve your credit to a position where you are seven, hundred or greater, you're going to have a unique opportunity to take advantage of some grey rates. Scott and I are here to make financial independence less scary less just for somebody else and show you the by following the proven steps you can put yourself on the road to early financial freedom and get money out of the way, so you can lead your best life. That's right whether you want to retire early and travel the world. Take out a mortgage or go on to make big time investments in acids, real estate will help you build a position capable of launching yourself towards those dreams. This is episode one hundred and twenty-one. Featuring Seth Jones for movement mortgage. Seth is joining us today to clear up some of the confusion about mortgages in general and the current mortgage situation specifically, we're going to talk about mortgage forbearance, and how that can affect you in the future..

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U.S.-Taliban Peace Deal Under Threat From Renewed Violence

Weekend Edition Saturday

03:43 min | 1 year ago

U.S.-Taliban Peace Deal Under Threat From Renewed Violence

"The violence in Afghanistan resume just days after the U. S. and the Taliban signed a deal to end the war there on Wednesday US drone attack the group in retaliation for a series of attacks on Afghan troops and yesterday at least thirty two civilians were killed dozens injured when Afghan gunmen opened fire in Kabul the self proclaimed Islamic state or ISIS claimed responsibility for that attack Seth Jones as a counterterrorism expert at the center for strategic and International Studies Mr Jones thanks for being with us it's great to be on thanks the deal was signed last weekend has already failed no it hasn't failed yet but I think we're at the period where it's going to be most difficult where the Afghan government now which is feuding within itself over who's actually running the government has to find a solution with the Taliban I think this will be the most difficult period by far is can we get any sort of agreement between the Afghan government and the Taliban Canley I think that the challenge so far is that most of the senior Taliban leadership led by block inside a secure Razzaq any of the senior officials I find it very hard to believe that they'll have fought for eighteen years only to agree to a situation where they're serving in an Afghan government led by someone like president Ghani I I think they're going to want to ask for a lot and I don't see at this point a lot of opportunity and and position where where the two will agree but we'll have to see we usually ask for a lot a return to some of the practices for which the Taliban were known when they ruled Afghanistan I'm thinking of that but the practical incarceration of women and not permitting women in schools yeah they they I mean that the Taliban of today is a different organization from the Taliban of the nineteen nineties that so that ran the government up through nine eleven they have a slightly modified ideology but they still have a pretty harsh position towards women they still have a harsh position toward women serving in government positions what what how people can dress but I think most importantly they have expressed a willingness to run the government and I think that will be something that the current Afghan government is not going to be willing to accept I have to ask is the U. S. so determined to bring home U. S. troops especially in an election year that the Taliban really has little motive to stop their attacks hi I think that's certainly true I mean I what what I suspect the Taliban is doing right now and and my conversations with both current and former Taliban officials indicate that they're keeping options open if they assess that they can get a U. S. withdrawal now through talks that's great if not they will continue to fight and their control of territory has increased a bit over the past couple of years so they're they're winning on the battlefield yeah and a half minute we have left fewer adviser to the U. S. military in Afghanistan what would you advise them to help make a deal work well I would advise that the US has a backup plan in case the negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban fall apart and I think in particular what does the US need to keep pressure on terrorist organizations like al Qaeda in the Islamic state in Afghanistan and what is the U. S. objective also doesn't want to prevent a collapse of the Afghan government if so it's going to need some military resources to prevent a

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Bjorkstrand leads Blue Jackets past Jets for 6th straight

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Bjorkstrand leads Blue Jackets past Jets for 6th straight

"The Columbus blue jackets won their sixth straight game and defeated the Winnipeg Jets forty three in front of a sold out nationwide arena a back and forth affair for much of the night the blue jackets are able to solidify themselves the win by scoring a goal with just over five minutes to go over George strand scored two goals in the game his fifteenth and sixteenth goals of the season including the game winner with headliners I've been out you know we found a way to win different guys are helping out it's a different team and the team member all star defenceman Seth Jones also contributed a goal and an assist Pierre Luc to bar added three assists including one on a power play goal in the second period Maxwell Cohn Columbus Ohio

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Bruins fall to Blue Jackets in overtime 2-1

SportsCenter AllNight

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Bruins fall to Blue Jackets in overtime 2-1

"K. fox with the call now Seth Jones has it for the blue jackets and Jones stepped up the ice and a two on one with new blog Joe told yeah over weight set up by said Jones it barely do blog DU bois sticks and I've been to the Boston Bruins is the blue jackets come all the road and get both points ten ninety seven one the fed jackets past the

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"seth jones" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"seth jones" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"In front of quirky and Seth Jones, but Brodsky and group our goal tender's. And we are underway live from Pepsi center. The second and final meeting of the regular season between the avalanche and the Columbus, blue jackets. Here's Nathan MacKinnon at center makes his way down the near wing return pass from got poked away, again, we'll get to it back. Andrew to the far corner. Pinching down his Eric Johnson. He keeps it tries to get a free. And now Nick Felino take it away from him. And here comes Columbus. Number three, cents Jones, of course, stranded by the Nashville predators involved in that Draper. Ryan Johansen centering pastured away by Philip group. Our? Buckets luciano. Ian Cole has it behind his own engaged. Takes a hit from Nick Felino. Now, Eric Johnson will lava down ice. While down by David supplied your Columbus wraparound scar. Oliver Bjork's strand. The first shot of the game is a goal for the visitors happened on Saturday versus Vancouver. It happens tonight and Oliver Bjork strand as his tenth goal of the season and fifty three seconds into the game. It's one nothing. Columbus. Jared vetnar has been saying at nausea that the apps have to get off to a quick start maybe down to nothing in seven of the last ten games. And now have allowed a goal within the first minute in consecutive home games. You're gonna be AB Zoback Calvert a goal and three assists. His last four games. Throws it in front rebound steered away by Brodsky. And here comes Columbus. Again, on the rush York strand still out there because he just off the bench many scored his goal pockets loose behind the net. Set door of wax said it taken away by Bjork's.

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