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Meet Mike, Dennis Prager, & Joey Hudson at the Next Town Hall Event
"This beautiful historic grier depot and we're going to have a great town hall evening of conversation of interaction, Dennis prager and I and Joey Hudson on stage, it's called patriots for America 2022 and Joey and I kind of took matters into our own hands. Ticket sales have been going great. I think they're all the VIP meet and greet, which is going to start at 5 30 at the Davenport, which is across the street in Greer. Catered by select restaurant in Greer, then the main event at 7 p.m. at the historic Greer depot. Well, I told Joe Joey and I got together and we sort of conspired. We said, listen, let's do a Memorial Day blow out special price for our listeners who will be in the upstate of South Carolina. We do that with my pillow all the time buy one set of Giza dream sheets get the second set free. The $90 off the my slippers blow out sale is going on right now. I like doing that. I love saving you money. So while pat Kelly, the general manager for the upstate's 94 5 the answer was out in California, Joey and I took matters into our own hands. We're now doing a 50 percent off general admission ticket price. If you text freedom to age 7 7 two three 5 94 O 5, you'll be able to get the tickets for the event 7 p.m. Thursday, June 16th, prager, Gallagher, onstage, with Joey Hudson, 50% off the ticket price for the general admission tickets. All you have to do is text freedom to 8 7 7 two three 5 94 O 5.
Caller: The Perception of Protection Open-Carry Offers
"First of all, I just want to send my prayers and thoughts out to all the families that done this. But with what you guys have been talking about, yes, did it turn into? Okay, if you're going to go grab somebody, we have open carry in South Carolina. So with the gun being on my hip, no, I'm not going to say I'm not going to get robbed, but the person that's going to think about Robin is going to be deterred to do it because I have something open and then you can see. Well, that's the factor. That's the deterrent. But to the left, to Democrats, the deterrent, or the plague, the problem is somehow the gun lobby.
Delano Squires on the One Thing Democrats Hold Over Black Communities
"How do we get around this issue of 90 plus percent of the black community votes Democrat? An issue like an abortion which should be a very personal choice, a choice about your values your ethics is suddenly radicalized in one direction racialized by a party. And then when you look at the actual facts, take the politics out of it, you look at the fact that 40% of all abortions are black babies. Correct. Despite the fact that the black population is only 12% of the nation and you've got hang on, there's a factor of four more black abortions. I don't want to be monolithic, but doesn't the black community ever get pissed and say, that's just wrong. Yeah, I mean, it's complex. So there are black voters, many of whom are socially conservative who are personally and I'm sure you heard this term personally pro life, right? But politically pro choice. Right. That's the classic politicians get out. Correct, right? And you saw this actually when during the 2020 campaign where particularly older black church going women were seen to be the demographic group that was going to help at that time, candidate Joe Biden in South Carolina, for instance, in that primary. And there are a lot of women, particularly in that category. It is a paradox because these are people again who, if you ask them whether they think a man can become a woman, they probably say no. If you ask them whether they think abortion should be legal up until 9 months, they'd probably say no. But they vote for Democrats anyway. And I think a big part of it is because the one thing that Democrats hold, in my opinion, over the black community is the issue of race and racism. So what they do is they say, well, if you don't vote for us, you're going to get the Republicans and they're going to take you back to Jim Crow two.
Dinesh D’Souza: Left Tries to Block People From Seeing '2000 Mules'
"I mean, if I could find 10,000 people who are sincere Democrats and said, look, we are keeping an open mind. I would. I know tickets myself to go see the movie. So I think the left is trying to block its own side from seeing it, and there were two headlines in the last 48 hours. I think one in Daily Beast one in media, very illuminating, we've seen this movie, so you don't have to. Tell a graphing to Democrats. We don't want you to see this movie because. Actual you might be it and you might, yeah, it's come to agree with the national Souza about this. You know, you're on to something. I love the idea of renting out a theater and having every seat dedicated to somebody who is a denier or doubtful about the claim that there were election shenanigans and sincere people who doubt it, I might consider doing that. Maybe you and I can put together a deal for Tampa or maybe New York or South Carolina or Dallas or somewhere that I'm going to be in the next few weeks. We would just take a theater, because I don't know if I could be in a room full of people like
Caller: Black Lives Matter Is a Corrupt Organization
"I heard you comment on something about you know was like LGBT and the corruption of our kids in the education how they're trying to teach and train our children about gender identity and if you're for those who feel that they're in the wrong body you know and I blame all of this on former president Obama You know for him signing that bill to have Jerry and Sam get married And all of this is being backed up by well did he sign that Bill or did the Supreme Court do that Well he pushed it M and his wife pushed it Now here are countries being corrupt By this whole system and this black labs matter organization is a corrupt organization from the jump If you go to their website and click on the about read with their about it's not it's doing something totally different Tell me how many black communities have they gone into to help Since the summer of 2020 in the riots None None Listen I'm a former employee of the rich from county detention center When they had a big riot down here because of the George Floyd situation they'd like a lot of people up And I'm telling people they come in what the heck are you riding for George Floyd never been here in South Carolina That's there is you Why are you tearing up your own property It's senseless Totally senseless
Sean Feucht and Eric Discuss the Need for Pastors to Show Courage
"My next book is called letter to the American church. And it basically says a lot of what you've been saying that the churches have been silent pastors whose job it is to speak up, they have allowed they've asked others or I should say they've been so silent that people outside the church are speaking up. It's kind of a wild moment. And we need to get pastors to be brave and to speak up. Yeah, I mean, it's really unbelievable. I mean, you know, in addition to going to Orlando, we're going to be on the steps of the Supreme Court on Tuesday. And you know, I think the roe V wade, we had the pandemic. We had the wild riots in the summer of 2020. And we had pastors across America shaming people into putting a black square on their Instagram and, you know, they were the justice fighters, but yet here we are on the precipice of overturning a 50 year death decree, the greatest injustice in the history of our generation and yet there's so much silence from pulpits across America. Every pastor in America should be preaching, just like I did yesterday here in South Carolina, should be preaching on the importance of us taking a stand against roe V wade that God is actually answering the prayer. So he's been pranked for years. And yet so many people are silent. We even have pastors apologizing for the fact that the Supreme Court is going to correct the wrong that was done in 1973. And make it unconstitutional to, you know, for this a law, this roe V
Sean Feucht Is Heading to Orlando to Protest Disney
"Folks we're back with John foy, and here's the here's the issue, Sean, travels so much that he's doing this interview from the airport. Any particular airport Sean in case somebody wants to, you know, harm you too late. I'm in Charleston, South Carolina on my way to Orlando, Florida to defund Disney. That's what we're doing today, Eric. Okay, so I want to say it again. You are on your way to Orlando. Tonight. You are going to be at the gates of what is it that it's the Magic Kingdom, Disney World, Orlando. You're going to be there. Rumors. Yes. I'm going to be there. Yeah. And folks, if you can get there, first of all, let's be honest, it's fun. To be with Sean foy to be in an environment where everybody knows, you know, what's what? And is willing to stand against it. There's something really empowering and wonderful about that. So if people want to find you tonight, they know you're going to be in
Preliminary 3.3 magnitude quake jolts South Carolina
"Hundreds hundreds hundreds hundreds of of of of people people people people reported reported reported reported the the the the earth earth earth earth shaking shaking shaking shaking overnight overnight overnight overnight with with with with a a a a three three three three point point point point three three three three magnitude magnitude magnitude magnitude earthquake earthquake earthquake earthquake jolting jolting jolting jolting parts parts parts parts of of of of South South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina a a a a relatively relatively relatively relatively rare rare rare rare east east east east coast coast coast coast earthquake earthquake earthquake earthquake jolted jolted jolted jolted people people people people from from from from their their their their beds beds beds beds around around around around the the the the capital capital capital capital city city city city of of of of South South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina the the the the quake quake quake quake center center center center just just just just twenty twenty twenty twenty five five five five miles miles miles miles northeast northeast northeast northeast of of of of Columbia Columbia Columbia Columbia the the the the temblor temblor temblor temblor which which which which struck struck struck struck around around around around one one one one thirty thirty thirty thirty in in in in the the the the morning morning morning morning lasted lasted lasted lasted just just just just a a a a few few few few seconds seconds seconds seconds but but but but people people people people flocked flocked flocked flocked to to to to social social social social media media media media to to to to report report report report feeling feeling feeling feeling their their their their homes homes homes homes shake shake shake shake for for for for several several several several seconds seconds seconds seconds some some some some said said said said it it it it sounded sounded sounded sounded like like like like a a a a heavy heavy heavy heavy truck truck truck truck moving moving moving moving nearby nearby nearby nearby the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. Geological Geological Geological Geological Survey Survey Survey Survey says says says says it's it's it's it's the the the the latest latest latest latest in in in in a a a a small small small small series series series series of of of of shakes shakes shakes shakes in in in in recent recent recent recent months months months months and and and and geophysicist geophysicist geophysicist geophysicist say say say say people people people people can can can can expect expect expect expect smaller smaller smaller smaller aftershocks aftershocks aftershocks aftershocks in in in in the the the the coming coming coming coming days days days days and and and and weeks weeks weeks weeks I'm I'm I'm I'm Jackie Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn Quinn
Could Roe v. Wade Truly Be Over? How Will the Left Respond?
"Intensity behind this issue is really something, isn't it? Look, I'm very passionately pro life, obviously. I don't believe in the 1 million plus abortions that happen every single year in our country. I think that's a very simple and moderate perspective. But regardless of your opinions on this on abortion, I'm sure some of you are pro choice and our audience had a lot of you, but okay, that's an opinion out there. This does not outlaw abortion. The simply brings it back to the states. And so, but yet it's such an important part of the Democrat political machine that they have to be able to terminate children in the womb that they found themselves to upend the entire history of the United States Supreme Court leaking this document and trying to create mass protests and media backlash. Look, it's not too far to say, in fact, it's not, it's not on shaky footing to say that the United States Supreme Court is now going to be threatened by activists and media members. You're going to see nonstop New York Times articles. Leak represents a chance for court to correct their draft. This is their last ditch effort to try and preserve abortion in some states like Mississippi, Alabama, South Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky. This is now what they're focusing on.
2022 best cities for freelancers
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Dr. Steve Adamson Tells Us About Erskine College
"Doctor Adamson, welcome. Thank you. And I'm glad to be here. How long, I mean, we should probably tell people, I'm gonna be speaking there. I don't know that I have the date in front of me. It will be on May 14th. It's the gold and garnet forum. Is that what you call it? That is correct. And I know my subject is Christian thinking in a secular society. So I've got some work to do. To think about what I want to share with you all. But tell, just for my audience, familiarize them a little bit with erskine college because I get when I learn about something like this, I kind of get excited about it and I want to tell other people. So do me just give us an overview of the college and how long you've been there. First in college actually began in 1839. So we are closely approaching 200 years of existence. It was started by people in the associate reform Presbyterian Church with two goals and two focus one is to train a people to be servants of the lord in the church. And then others to provide a liberal arts education for people in this general area and that was an important way back in the beginning, South Carolina in the 1830s.
House 1/6 panel wants to hear from McCarthy after new audio
"The the the the new new new new audio audio audio audio tapes tapes tapes tapes that that that that have have have have surfaced surfaced surfaced surfaced of of of of house house house house minority minority minority minority leader leader leader leader Kevin Kevin Kevin Kevin McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy speaking speaking speaking speaking about about about about Donald Donald Donald Donald Trump Trump Trump Trump have have have have sparked sparked sparked sparked new new new new efforts efforts efforts efforts to to to to get get get get McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy to to to to appear appear appear appear before before before before the the the the house house house house committee committee committee committee investigating investigating investigating investigating the the the the deadly deadly deadly deadly U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. capitol capitol capitol capitol insurrection insurrection insurrection insurrection committee committee committee committee chairman chairman chairman chairman Bennie Bennie Bennie Bennie Thompson Thompson Thompson Thompson says says says says the the the the panel panel panel panel will will will will likely likely likely likely decide decide decide decide this this this this week week week week about about about about issuing issuing issuing issuing another another another another request request request request for for for for congressional congressional congressional congressional leader leader leader leader Kevin Kevin Kevin Kevin McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy to to to to be be be be interviewed interviewed interviewed interviewed and and and and maybe maybe maybe maybe some some some some of of of of those those those those aware aware aware aware of of of of the the the the contents contents contents contents of of of of leaked leaked leaked leaked audio audio audio audio tapes tapes tapes tapes McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy privately privately privately privately told told told told Republicans Republicans Republicans Republicans he'd he'd he'd he'd asked asked asked asked Donald Donald Donald Donald Trump Trump Trump Trump to to to to resign resign resign resign over over over over the the the the storming storming storming storming of of of of the the the the capitol capitol capitol capitol house house house house edited edited edited edited by by by by regulation regulation regulation regulation that that that that audio audio audio audio is is is is from from from from The The The The New New New New York York York York Times Times Times Times for for for for a a a a book book book book this this this this will will will will not not not not pass pass pass pass trump trump trump trump Biden Biden Biden Biden and and and and the the the the battle battle battle battle for for for for America's America's America's America's future future future future more more more more tapes tapes tapes tapes have have have have surfaced surfaced surfaced surfaced this this this this week week week week will will will will this this this this hurt hurt hurt hurt McCarthy's McCarthy's McCarthy's McCarthy's chances chances chances chances of of of of becoming becoming becoming becoming house house house house speaker speaker speaker speaker if if if if Republicans Republicans Republicans Republicans win win win win the the the the majority majority majority majority in in in in November November November November South South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina Carolina is is is is Nancy Nancy Nancy Nancy mace mace mace mace coming coming coming coming out out out out of of of of a a a a meeting meeting meeting meeting with with with with McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy McCarthy says says says says no no no no the the the speaker speaker speaker hi hi hi Jackie Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Quinn
Latest Lapel Pins and Gifts From Hawaii
"Shot so you can see the lapel thing that I'm wearing that my buddy, I don't know him, Louis Kona, and I don't know how to say this because there's so many syllables. It's one of those beautiful Hawaiian retreats. I'm sure a slice of Paradise kill a nobody here on the team knows it either. Hence my belief that everybody around me is crazy, but me. And I'm the one I can't read it. Kill a kakua. I think it's killa kakua? Hey, Hawaii. If you're listening and help me with the pronunciation, I just want to say a big thank you. A couple months ago, I invited you to send me lapel pins from your state and on the Salem news channel where you watch this show online and I hope you do, as well as listen to us on your favorite radio station. People have been sending me lapel pins from and I like it when it's like one half is the one side is the American flag and the other side is your state pin. People have sent me pins from Wyoming, Montana, South Carolina, Florida, Ohio. I've worn them all. Well, Louis, Kona from Kona coffee sent me not only some lapel pins that aren't exactly a flag pin, but it's a beautiful Hawaiian flower. You see it online here, sailing news channel dot com. It's beautiful. And I've got it on my lapel. He also sent me some samples from Kona coffee, which is the aroma of aloha. And I like that. And he sent us some American flag watches,
Mass Shootings, Media, and the Decline of Civilization
"So the question I ask myself every day with all the shootings and South Carolina had two mass shootings. It doesn't even make headlines anymore. So I ask, is there a decline in civilization or is it there's more reporting today? I think it's a decline. Do you think we would have had this much reporting in 1950, 1930? I mean, the Internet does change the Internet changes everything. It looks obviously, I hope you're right. It can be both. It can be both. That's a good point, too, yes. It can be both.
South Carolina Mall Shooting Suspect Arrested & Released on Bond
US rocked by 3 mass shootings during Easter weekend; 2 dead
"There there there there were were were were three three three three mass mass mass mass shootings shootings shootings shootings over over over over the the the the Easter Easter Easter Easter weekend weekend weekend weekend in in in in the the the the U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. to to to the the the shootings shootings shootings took took took place place place in in in South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina the the the other other other in in in Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Pittsburgh where where where two two two seventeen seventeen seventeen year year year olds olds olds died died died in in in at at at least least least eight eight eight were were were wounded wounded wounded that's that's that's after after after police police police say say say shots shots shots were were were fired fired fired during during during a a a party party party at at at a a a short short short term term term rental rental rental property property property in in in South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina authorities authorities authorities are are are investigating investigating investigating a a a shooting shooting shooting at at at a a a night night night club club club early early early Sunday Sunday Sunday that that that wounded wounded wounded at at at least least least nine nine nine people people people and and and on on on Saturday Saturday Saturday in in in South South South Carolina Carolina Carolina nine nine nine people people people were were were shot shot shot and and and five five five sustained sustained sustained other other other kinds kinds kinds of of of injuries injuries injuries while while while trying trying trying to to to flee flee flee the the the scene scene scene of of of the the the busy busy busy mall mall mall in in in Columbia Columbia Columbia I'm I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Shelley Adler Adler Adler
Shootings around the country over the weekend in SC, Pittsburgh
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Rudy Giuliani: Our Security Programs Worked in Colombia
"Our greatest successes were in Colombia because in Columbia, South Carolina. Sorry, South Carolina. Columbia South America. You're talking about bringing this to places that are famous for their culture. To the cartel center of America, which is no longer the cartel center of America. But I knew Columbia well, from my work as a prosecutor, because I did a lot of prosecutions of Colombian drug dealers. I have the great I have the great distinction of having two contracts put out on me by the farc to slip my throat. Which means I was getting I knew I was getting somewhere when that happened. And I knew Columbia so that that helped also. And they were willing to make their police department honest. That's the biggest thing. That's amazing. If I do a comp staff program and the police promise crooked, it doesn't work very well. So we got some great reductions there. We did a lot of work. I did work in Ukraine. You know the city, they talk about car cave. The one right on the border, but we did the crime management program for them. And we designed emergency management center for them. And I knew they would hold out. But you're telling me that people around the world were willing to use this to bring crime down and that American mayors have not used this. Except for friends who I have advised off the cuff. No one has ever really taken us in to really do our program. I know it would work. I know if you gave me and three or four people like Bernie Carrick. If you gave me 6 months in Chicago, I could cut the murder rate, I hate to predict. I always predict lower. 20, 30%.
"south carolina" Discussed on What's the 311
"Oh, welcome to Sonya's park. I can't travel podcast on my list is the Hilton Head Island in South Carolina. It's about 12 plus miles of beaches and balmy weathers, a part of the attractions that entertainment like the art center of the coastal cavalier that sees 349 feet from musical performance, plays ballet more. There are more than 20 championship golf courses, fishing. It's a gated community. The sea book which was rewarded 5 stars from the center for. Okay, it has water fine and dolphin cruise as well as a coastal discovery museum. In the crime way is below 40%. I like to Carolinas. I do. My favorite place that I will be talking about of the Carolinas soon will be Myrtle Beach. I love it. It's a few places I love. That I have been to. That I actually be talking about. I know probably a lot of y'all have been to a lot of these places. And I know something you probably haven't been to some of these places, but I think with the Carolinas and places like Texas and California, Florida, a lot of people has been. I'm assuming a lot of people have been. And there's other places I want to also talk about places I will love to go. That I haven't been, but I will love to go there certain places I will love to go. Because I always say I love anything with water. And a lot of these places I think is just very, very beautiful. And a lot of these places are probably would love to live if it wasn't so bad in, you know, as in the history as you listen to what happens in them, but there's a lot of places that I just have this vision of where I would love to be and how I would love it for it to be like so beautiful but so secluded and so quiet and don't have to worry about anything, but the animals, but not like no boys or anything. It has to be something exotic and just gorgeous and I have a few places in mind as we're really exotic and gorgeous that I haven't been yet, but I will love to go and at one time when I was young, I said I've wanted to live in the outfield these places I really wanted to live there because I just thought they were so beautiful. But I like to thank you for listening to my travel podcast I'll be posting pictures of the Hilton head California. I mean not California see lord how much I'm in California. South Carolina, the Carolinas. And so you share, please give it 5 star review on speakers. Butterfly. I already wear this to bar cassette. Please leave a comment on.
"south carolina" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Thank you, sure, Brian. Back with more. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast. Try to catch up with dawn staley here in just a few minutes. She just ended the welcome back celebration. At the Columbia South Carolina, we'll talk to her shortly. More of your phone calls right now. Larry is an Oklahoma hello, Larry. Hello, Paul. First time caller here, sir. Well, thank you. I was recently I wonder if you could confirm or deny this rumor. I was on YouTube and when it come across the podcast of a guy I was saying, Texas was having second thoughts about coming to SEC and possibly bringing Nebraska back to the big 12 because they didn't want to lose their power. Have you heard anything about that? What was the source of this podcast or YouTube channel? It was the big blue dude or go blue dude. Thank you from West Virginia. I'm not sure. Okay. Larry, that's first I've heard of that. I would be more than shocked if that were true. I was too, but I just got me. You got me curious. I didn't know, you know? I mean, I can not imagine Nebraska. Doing that right now. And I certainly can not imagine Texas doing it. Yeah, as black said, I just started spending when I come across that podcast. So I was just curious, you know? I don't know. I mean, I don't know what the guy knows or what he says, but I will take a rare flyer that we know more here than he knows. Whoever he is. Let's talk to Joe in South Carolina. Hello, Joe. Hello, mister Paul. How you doing today? Joe, we are doing great. Thank you. Yeah, we are two down here. I'm going to tell you right now. I want to get out of Big Mac to John and Louisville. You know, our game cops, man. They put everything on them with the fries. I think Don stylish he's done wonderful since she's been here to us and I know the guy said wanted to take her and put her in the NBA and hear as a president. We don't need her to NBA. Listen, the girls, man, congratulations. Aaliyah, destiny, and she was awesome yesterday. Wasn't she? I mean, they were going off. And I dominating a game, especially early on as anyone has seen all year. Hey, thank you very much. And we'll talk to her in just a few minutes. Thank you for the call. Let's check in with James, who is up next in Kentucky. Hello, James. Oh, Paula, how are you doing today? Very well. Thank you. I just had a question that sounds simple, but really it's not. How does John cow pare get the Kentucky fan base back? Well, I don't think that would be difficult. Kentucky fans will be there next November when the cats start playing again. I think the bigger question is if this trend continues, does it affect him in other areas, especially recruiting because you just have to take a look around and North Carolina do both with brand new coaches, hot programs like Arkansas, which is killing it in recruiting Alabama, Tennessee is a solid as any program in the country. On top of everything that everything else around and is Kentucky, a destination point tomorrow as much as it was ten years ago when ten years ago on this Monday night, Kentucky won its last national championship. Are you there? Yes. Okay, sorry, Beth. Do you think you realize a little bit too much on the one and dones? No, I mean, I think this year is a perfect outlier to that when he went out, but she weigh in from West Virginia. He brought another great player. I think up from Georgia. So you don't have to, in the era of the transfer portal, the one and done, the one in Johns are not the only the only option. So you can't turn them down, assuming that they're even coming. There are even passing on pro basketball. The developmental league, but I think he just, there's no excuse for losing this year. I know some people say, well, maybe Saint Peter's going to the elite 8, mitigated the Kentucky game, not to me it didn't. You know, Kentucky, if humor Davis can coach an 8 seed to the final four, why can't John calipari coach a two seat? I know he coached an 8 seat in 2014 to the championship game. Like Davis is doing tonight, but you just have to you have to win in March. You can have all the big tournament get wins in The Bahamas and Hawaii and everywhere else in November in December. It's not going to help you if you get blown out. Like he did. And I don't mean blowing out. I mean, there's just no getting around that loss. Tanner is up next in Texas, a hello Tanner. April how are you doing? Tanner, we are doing great. Good. Hey, I had a question about, oh, you football. What do you think our biggest hurdle will be once we join the SEC? Well, I think the biggest hurdle comes right now. How does this transformation work? And I know, I know the people that cover the program have been very upbeat. But I have to see what the venerables administration looks like. I know they've got good coaches out there. They've taken them from a lot of important places. Including SEC schools, I know, but look at what left that program with Lincoln Riley. And can he do it? I would say right now, the optimism is pretty high, but that doesn't mean anything when it gets to reality of can he take this program to the elite status and by the time they get to the SEC and two or three years, they should be in good shape, but I'm more concerned about this season than I am three years from now. You and me both hopefully we can win the big 12 and get back on track. Thanks, Paul appreciate it. Thank you. And I don't want to rain on the venerables parade. But I'm somewhat of a doubter. And I know there was it was easy to criticize Lincoln Riley. Oh, he never could win the big game. He never could do this, but Lincoln Raleigh developed players. He had a couple of Heisman winners. He had a couple of,.
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"July. I don't know if you've got me by just a handful of years, not many. I'm close, a couple years away. So what's the level long enough we'll get old, or? What's the secret to a lot of people? 90 years old. Yeah. Well, just live good and exercise. I got a bowflex. I worked out with our admin bicycle and a walk. And I do it all. You still work out every day, gene? At 90? Yeah. Yeah. In my garage, yeah. What else do you do? I need to keep fit. Got wrapped in bicycle and go to church on Sunday. Try to be a good fella. You don't want to leave a rock. You may have going to church might be the secret. It is. You said that's on Sunday, right? Right. Okay. Have you ever signed it? Did it get any transfers, Tennessee? I think they got a couple, but they're going to, in my opinion, they are going to need a few more. I think they're in good shape. They got hooker coming back as you probably know. But ultimately Jane, I think this program has turned the corner. And that's the most important thing. John is up next. A hello, John. Hey, Paul, how you doing, buddy? I buffalo, a buffalo mate. Brother, you said dukey on the airways. Did you watch caddyshack? Yeah, I did. I'm trying to remember the dookie reference. The dookie, yeah, they threw a snicker bar in the pool. And they thought it was a spooky. Okay, maybe buffalo my class would take. 40 years ago? I don't know, but I've watched it many times. It's a riot. I forgot, I forgot the dookie reference. Well, you know what? They kind of threw a dookie on the court the other night at the end of the game. Okay, but I'm gonna leave a word. John, I just, I don't expect when my sushi is leading the game with 35 seconds to go. And he's in the national semifinal against his rival. I expect him to win, don't you? I would think so, but I'll be honest. I'm not a basketball fan. No way. I didn't watch it. I didn't watch any of it. I'm happy for him. You know, I'm happy with my episode of being upset about it after the game, I said, you know what? He's a duke. Hey, thanks for the call. That's funny. I mean, I don't know. I mean, I just started thinking of, and by the way, I realized it's a great accomplishment to make it to the final four. But can you imagine just think about this for a second? Nick Saban, he announced he is going to retire. He's undefeated, number one in the country. Final home game, everybody shows up, okay? Everyone. One versus three, let's say it's a one versus four game. You got auburn in there. Sabin loses his last home game. Too Brian Harrison. Okay. Auburn's good enough that they still get in the playoffs because they beat the number one team. So here's the deal. Maybe auburn goes to the maybe auburn plays for the SEC championship and wins. That's how they get in the playoff. So auburn and Alabama meet again in the semifinals. In Brian harsh and beat Saban again now, you could look at it two different ways. Well, Nick Saban made the final four his final game, his final year, or he ended his career losing twice to Brian. What's worse? Now, that better happened quickly based on which Brian is doing at auburn, but maybe he'll get through it. Well, thank you, sure, Brian. Back with more. You were listening to the Paul fine bomb show podcast..
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"Will head back to Columbia a little bit later on with more coverage of the national championship by Don staley's group. Let's get to the calls right now and Jerome is in California. Hello Jerome. Hey, how you doing, Paul? Got a question for you. Dogs daily has had an incredible year here with the Olympics and now her second national championship. Do you think that she would be successful at crossing that barrier and be in the first woman to lead an NBA franchise? Absolutely. And the reason is her competitive nature. And I think all coaches have some have it two different degrees. And I think she is as competitive of an individual as I've ever seen. And I think you look back over her life and career. I mean, she was a deadly player. She's the same as a coach. And I think that that would travel pretty well, even to the NBA. Hey there, I'm Julie foudy from laughter permitted alongside my co host Lin ozawa, Helen, hi, Jules. 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That's why they're also an official partner of both the national women's soccer league and the Players Association, where they've doubled down and become a major part of the positive change that fans and players are already starting to see in the league. It's another great example of why we're all better off with an ally. To learn more about ally, visit ally dot com. I agree. And I don't think that she would have a problem on the communication barrier of telling guys what they needed to hear. And maybe what they don't want to hear. I can assure you she would do a better job right now, a coaching the Lakers and Frank Vogel. I agree with that. And by the way, I appreciate you taking my call. The two of us could do a better job than him. I mean, if you're going to kosher Lakers, you have one job, get out of LeBron's way. That's pretty easy. Will, as in North Carolina, I will. Hey, Paul. It didn't work Friday. Blue Devils. Calling you to inhale. I'm so sorry. I mean, you know what? Well, when duke loses, I just feel like the whole world should hang their head in sorrow and be mournful and say a private prayer or cottage because it's just so upsetting. You feel the same way, Randy? I don't think I'll ever be able to sleep again the coach Kay lost his last game to North Carolina. I'm sorry. I'm just now leaving the house. He loves us now. I don't mean to jump on the dead here. The guy loses his last game at home to Carolina, then he loses his last game period. And we're talking about a terrible Carol. I mean, this is a name seed. Dean Smith would roll over in his grave thinking about how bad this team is. I'm sorry. Randy helped me out here. Okay, I lost it. I rarely lose it. But spit up my lunch when do you want us to feel sorry for you? A little bit, yes. No, we're not going to. We're laughing at you. And hopefully we'll win tonight. So you have to see that every day of the week. And when you go out now. When those Carolina fans. And by the way, I live near a couple of Carolina fans. They will laugh at you. They will sneer at you. They will spit on you. This didn't help, like I thought it would. I'm going by. We ran off a dookie. I feel good. What about you? Oh, absolutely. Now, I don't want to take anything away from coach Kay's career. Do you, Randy? I mean, we have not heard enough about this guy for the last 13 months since he announced his farewell tour. Yeah. The eagles haven't had as long a farewell tour as Mike's kid. Elton John hasn't had as long a farewell tour as Mike shizi. The role, yeah, The Rolling Stones have had. I knew I would finally hit the mother lode there. I should have kept it under 80, not over 80. Guillen is up next in Tennessee. Hello again, whatever your name is. What's your name? Gene, gee, gee. Hey, Jane. Sorry, it was misspelled or maybe I misread it, but my apologies to you on your name. Yeah, that's fine. I live in search of Tennessee right outside of Kingsport. Oh my goodness. I am a territory. I'm a die hard Tennessee fan. Tell me about how they've done in their recruiting. I keep listening for it, but I've never heard. How did they do in their football recruiting? Well, that's a competition. They did well. Tennessee had a good recruiting class. Now the problem is good from a national standpoint, but they're probably somewhere in the middle of the pack in the SEC, which is where.
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"Then I got to thank some other people as well. Here at the university of South Carolina, doctor pastides and his leadership, he does things differently. I don't know how many times he said women when he came up and talked. Not a lot of no, a lot of presidents or anybody around the country speak about women in those terms. So to our leadership to president pastides to our boss man, ray Tanner, for putting women on a pedestal and treating us like the sport that we are and in return. And return, we all gathered here because of what, because we want a damn national championship. That's it. We're so very proud. We're so very proud to represent you on a big estate of college basketball, there's so many people I need to thank. I've been thanking them throughout the week because they come to me and drove. So I got to think thank Diana koval, Diana, can you come up here? She doesn't like. Media relations, so she does not like the spotlight. But where's Diana? Diane is right here. She works the media like no other. So give her a round of applause. And also just want to thank our players for making a commitment to making this year special through their sacrifice through their tears through their joys. We made this year super special and we hope we hope to run that.
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"And that is a live shot of Columbia South Carolina to Columbia. Arena. That's a colonial arena as the gamecocks are have landed from Minneapolis to 2022 national champs, the second one in 5 years for dawn staley and this one was dominating over Gina arima and of course Yukon in an epic final four for dawn and her ladies. They're celebrating everywhere, but especially in Colombia today. And we will go there live in just a few minutes as that unfolds. They were wired a wire number one at the beginning of the remember they beat Yukon in a November tournament. They were supposed to play them again in Columbia that game had to be postponed when Ole miss lost a game. But they got them again in the game that mattered the final game of the women's season. It was this unbelievable to watch the reaction today has been epic from Friends of the program, such as Darius Rucker, to the former president, Barack Obama, everyone has chimed in on what may have been one of the sweetest wins of dawn staley's career. We will hear from her in just a few minutes. A lot of other things to discuss. Especially on the football front, spring games are starting this weekend. They've already started a couple of places and auburn will get a good look at them on Saturday, especially at the quarterback situation. Calzada, not part of the activities, but he could figure in loud and large when we get to the fall. TJ Finley was the main man in the iron bowl as auburn almost pulled that one back other than that. A lot of inexperience on the QB roster. This is one of the biggest surprises of the first season. His rookie year at Tennessee. Things are looking up on rocky top as well. And kiffin always in the news. They're spring game is still a few weeks away. But he continues to look deep and be rewarded as part of the transfer portal. And in Augusta, Tiger has landed, but will he play. There is a pretty healthy debate over that. He practiced yesterday on the course today. We'll talk later in the program on whether the biggest name in the world will compete. Dawn staley joining us shortly, the celebration beginning any moment and we will carry some of it for you live or Jim cavell on NIL, Dan orlowski on the draft. That's only three and a half weeks away. Matt berry live from Augusta. Refers to your phone calls. And we certainly look forward to hearing from all of you here. At 855-242-7285. And we should have mentioned there is the national championship in the men's game tonight. North Carolina, ending Mike krzyzewski's career on Saturday night, taking on Kansas and Bill shelf. John starts it off for us in Louisville. Hey, John. John, you there? It's always a tough start when you go to yeah, I'm here. I'm here. Well, good. You're on the air. Hey, good afternoon. And yeah, that's the end of the coach K career. And really, but I never learned to say his name, let alone spell it, did you? It took me a long time, but you just have to forget what it looks like in. And I would say coach Gino is now the John kelleria woman's basketball. Yes, one anything in 7 years, right? Yeah, 11 national championships in a row and he's a loser again. So. Yeah, I give him credit. His team probably overachieve this year, but when you don't win the title and you've won as many as he has, it starts to look pretty chintzy. Speaking of losers, what's optic. Somebody wearing hip waders yelling in the phone by the side of the road or someone ordering food at McDonald's. You know, I'm partial to people that order food at McDonald's since that has been me many times in my life. Okay. And I miss Jim. I hope the happy gym comes back. As far as Buckeye Brutus, we don't need them right now. Randy is up next. Good afternoon, Randy. Hey, Paul, how are you? Very well. I need to ask you, how is the Gators bask on football team recruiting going to be? The next. I think the basketball would be impossible to make a really strong prediction on. They just barely have a new coach in there. Football is looking good. I think for the most part, the football part of it has been strengthened. By Billy Napier and I think, for the most part, they're really upbeat. Now, the question, I think, for them, is can they overcome they have a long way to do to go to be competitive again? And I think that's something that they have to deal with. I mentioned we were heading to Columbia in just a few minutes. That celebration is set to begin shortly. We will carry it when we come back. You are listening to the Paul fine bomb Joe podcast. Hitting the threes and we walking me back, we are hitting live to Columbia right now where Harris posted the president with South.
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"Looked like a Leah Boston would have been found in that situation. So we're going to call it, but I'm talking two to three times. I think this is a problem is if you let the game be in 8 to 14 point game the whole way, you really hurts your argument if you want to pin it on like, well, we got some unfavorable stuff far away. You got fans. I've seen a lot of them on Twitter. They're talking fairly positively about the season. Obviously, disappointed tonight's outcome. But I really haven't seen any griping over like that one call. Oh yeah, I don't know that there's necessarily, but that's one of the few disparities on the statutes that you look at. You're like, oh buddy, but I think a lot of it is because South Carolina was able to have very, very efficient movement, getting to the basket getting and scoring position is very well that I think getting to the line would come naturally. Yukon was able to get the amount of times Yukon's possessions were flummoxed within the first ten seconds of possession was shockingly frequent. Yeah. Like not even on the turnover range, but just on like, I mean, pretty bad. Look at how often they either just breaking down. They go to try and do something, and it's like, well, or having to just rush shots because in their head, they're like, this is the only time this whole count we're going to be open. It's something in the air. Yeah, and yeah, they've got to run something and either that where they would just be like, well, we got a decent look, let's take a shot or South Carolina just being like, no, you're not going to do that. We're not going to let you run there. Anytime they thought it likes to run in transition sometimes, they really like to run deep passing the inbounds plays when it feels like South Carolina, it's a big three strike right back. That's how they did Stanford a couple of times and it really worked for them. Well, as a team, the gamecocks are back on defense every time down the floor. It's not just Boston, it's not just every time. And Logan all over was literally tracking that through the night. But every time you come up the court, like it was impossible for Yukon to get a break down the court. Yeah, every time they would inbound it near half cores like, oh, maybe they get an easy bucket here. No easy buckets in this game for Yukon. I mean, there was no, I think the kind of the last thing image for me of the Yukon Stanford game was wouldn't look kind of within question like 5 point game page got the steel drove up the court who got an easy to from up 7 and it felt like I don't think they're going to think they're going to do it. There's nothing like that in this.
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"If you're taking a shot that the other team wants you to take, you shouldn't be taking that shot just at least at this stage. Especially not earlier the shot clock. That doesn't stop talking to you, and you gotta get something off. But yeah, exactly. I think Stanford took a lot of shots that you probably would like them to take. And then they took a lot of shots that they do like to take to, especially other threes. They are good through what should you do, but they just could not hit them yesterday. I don't think that was all you constitutions. I think that was a lot of Stanford, just not having their night. Now, sometimes there's just how basketball goes, the shooting, you know, the shooting variance is just, you can never predict this sometimes. Sometimes really bad shooting teams come out and light it up and sometimes the opposite happens. And that's why I have last night exactly. So that's what happened last night. Looking ahead to Sunday, like we said, we've got a South Carolina national championship game. To me, it's like South Carolina has the better court we have also obviously you caught has the better guard to 85 page backers across the Williams, probably the best back of the country when fully healthy. And those two things are going to help sign up. I think what comes down to is you court better or South Carolina's guards better. Yeah, and I think not only better, but I think the key is deeper. And I think South Carolina's front court depth compared to UConn, especially now without dorka, is a lot bigger advantage than maybe the backcourt depth of Yukon versus South Carolina. I think Yukon has more talent in the back court for sure, but I don't know if you guys back where it is as deep as South Carolina's front court. I feel like in a way it is that Evita was plays like she did last night and she had those huge big 30s for UConn. Do you have her off the veggie or meeting you off the batch and Caroline Duchamp did it really do much for you, but she also did do anything wrong when she gave it to the game either. So they still do have a fair amount of depth in the backcourt, but I think he puts front court depth has got to be the biggest problem here. They're big, got to define trouble against Stanford without Stanford relativity. And they picked up a lot of those. I'll be offensive though. They can't be setting illegal screens going into this game. I'm picking up fouls that they really don't need to be picking up. Early on in the game because if you can't have Olivia knows my daughter and we are on the floor together for most of this game, I think it's going to be pretty difficult. Yeah, and you know, I mean, you're right, you kind of have a lot of talent in the backcourt off the bench too, but it's interesting because of their front court is so thin at this point. Avena Westbrook is almost a pseudo threat court. For like half of her minutes stretches at the fore, which sort of in things out one, two, three spots. So it's just kind of a domino effect, but you're right. I think the fouls are going to be a huge thing. I think we talked about this. Going into the final four game, like they have two true bigs, they're both file prone, one of them fouled out the other one almost did in the prior game against NC state. Will that happen against Stanford? And then it didn't because Stanford settled for three. But South Carolina is not going to settle for threes. That is we can bet on that. So if you want to win this game, their posts are going to have to stay out of foul trouble while actually guarding the post, which they didn't have to do a whole lot of against Stanford compared to what they're going to have to do tomorrow. Yeah, exactly. I think that starts with you, I'm not putting them on the offensive value because you can't have that sort of too big of a mistake in that game. And then yeah, finding way to guard only of Boston without falling. And I think the thing is too, is she's going to hit a fruit though. So sometimes it's better to let her have the basket when you pick up a foul. And they've got to be smart about that. Right. That's the thing when you have a big back down your free throws, it's really you're going to get two points either way. You really really got to let it go sometimes, but you're right. You get ten, maybe 8000 between those two, if you want to stay on the court. You have to use all 8 of those on defense. Right. You can't have them. They're going to call that every time you can not happen. And you also have to use all 8 of those specifically, I would say around the rim too. You can't be fouling on a hedge or something, even if it's on leaf and even 30 feet from the basket. You have to use every foul for both of those players in the restricted arc I would say. Yeah, I would agree with that. I think that's going to be key. And then if we are South Carolina, I think you need to see hundreds of play while again and hit their shots because if you can slack off on the perimeter on them because they're not hitting shots or you come pretty good at permanent defense if they can lock them down and only Boston China has to do everything. South Carolina's could get themselves in trouble with the fact that, yes, South Carolina's defense is very good, but Yukon's offense has gotten much better. They can score from one point for systems on the floor. So they're going to find a way to score boards. Yeah, and they'll lead to you because we did see this matchup earlier this year. It was supposed to be twice. We saw it once, and Yukon was a healthy newcomer, by the way. It was helped to three points in the fourth quarter of that one. So that definitely can happen. Exactly. I'll say healthy because it's not healthy. That makes a big difference. 80% of their games this year. Yes, yes. But yeah, I think we've seen 85 be a very big part of the student that the strategy that was a non factor in that game. But yeah, I mean, I think this is a much better plan of that game. You can hear this. That was pre pages and drew that was like a page factory school do it. And if she doesn't, we don't know how we're going to win a game. You come to him and I think they're strides beyond that, but I mean South Carolina, of course, it's also gotten better throughout the season. So I think it's good for you kind of a way that that game was close. Minus that fourth quarter mall tonsil, like they know a lot of they don't melt down a fourth quarter. They can go this game. But it's going to be a tough challenge I think the way we've also been so done with it is here that it's going to be really tough to win that game with a different report. I think if we were talking about the ccar team with Dorothy Haas also coming off the bench out would be a lot more like, well, you can see how they have the depth the guards are better guards with championships. The front point that that's going to be really difficult. Definitely. And if you know front court depth does get tested with foul travel or whatever else, the only way they're going to win this game at that point, I think, is if they're able to sort of attack mismatches and maybe drive when South Carolina has those too big, you know, whoever's at the four is like 6 5 and you have a vina Westbrook at the four or whoever else for UConn. You're going to have to find a way to take advantage of that. And I think because you're going to have to play a lot smaller than South Carolina. I mean, really for the whole game. But a lot, a lot smaller for at least 5, ten minutes of this game. And so you're going to have to find a way to cancel out probably the rebounding advantage that South Carolina is going to have there with taking advantage of your own mismatches on the offensive end. Yeah, I think part of that for your country has to probably be hitting three as they don't shoot that great for three last night, but it's like easy fun can go off or someone can get really hot from three that will help them a lot and especially kind of South Carolina. It's not a huge three point shooting team. It gives you that extra point a reposition of if you can get some to get knocked down. Yeah, if you can trade two for three. Yeah. Obviously. Those are our hot takes. You make threes that usually works at your favorite. But I think the other thing, like you said, the rebounding is going to be huge..
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"You have to have the personnel to execute that kind of scheme as well. So while it looks pretty, you know, like I could look at a recipe and you know, and I'm speaking really organically right now on genuinely you know and I see a picture of it on the Internet or something and I make it and it's not quite. Okay, so I think that goes the same way with what you see with basketball. It's like, that's a great idea. But do you have the players who can operate in that kind of a system and make it work just like that? That's the real question of the situation. And I think yes, while it looks nice and maybe fool's gold, you know, if you don't back it up with who you have. So going with what you said about South Carolina, not being on their a game, I don't think that's going to happen with them anymore, the rest of the season. Like you said, I think it's going to make them stronger. But I think they were off their game that thing. And that's no slight, okay? Missouri beat the you got them. You won. You guys are on the ground and that shot went in. The whole bunch. All 7 of you. I know, but they're all 7. Coaches were wearing a squat and laid out on the ground. It was an exciting moment, and I don't want to take anything away from that moment because it was huge. But at the same time, South Carolina overwhelmingly stayed at number one in the AP poll. Rightfully so. Rightfully so. And, you know, it was hard not to be not going to slide them down to like 11 or something because they lost to unranked team. Are you? Are people surprised? Do you think people are surprised at South Carolina on ranked team and stayed number one? I'm surprised I lost them. I'm wearing team. I'm not surprised to stay number one. Yeah, I'm not surprised anymore. Well, it's also you look at you look at the other teams around them and well, they just beat Stanford, right? So okay, we can't put Stanford above them. Louisville, we'll get to Louisville in a second. They didn't look impressive enough against the rank team in Georgia Tech or at all of the season at all the season to have you put them number one. And then you have pretty much everyone else. Is a team that South Carolina beat at some point, right? I don't think Arizona belongs in the top four. That's I don't think that's right. But NC state they beat, in the end, they'd be. They're going to be, they're going to be Tennessee at some point. They beat Maryland. They beat UConn. It's like any team you even want to consider up there. It's not close. So I'd still think they should be number one and they deserve the unanimous point. But it is shocking, it was I was watching that game. Capital kept waiting for right for the shoot to fall off. I'm saying. You can't wait for Cinderella to leave the ball. They kept killing him and back to the Sophie Cunningham and you're like, at some point, we're going to pan the Soviet Cunningham. She's going to be upset. And he wants it. It just never happened. And then Lauren Hansen. By that point, by that point by the Laura Harrison shot, I was like, it has to happen. There's team in it too long for the not to win this game and of course she comes up huge with a ridiculous little scoop shot over paint two or three all Americans. That was shocking. But yeah, I definitely don't think they should do. I don't see how they're going to fall off from number one without at least two more losses to be honest. Yeah, I agree with that. And like you said, they've already played just about everybody underneath them in the top ten. Just about everybody. And I mean, now you contact out of the top ten, but they haven't played, you know, because they're in COVID protocol. So they haven't been playing. And I just thought that their game against Villanova is also a postpone. So they have a lot of rescheduling to do, but you know, they were banged up anyway before the COVID situation, but you know, you just can't reason them lower than number one. Even with that loss, and I agree with that. And that's, you know, and I had to do the voting. I was like, I get it that they lost, but I just, I can't move them. I can't do it. Didn't do it. And I wasn't alone. Apparently. Are we going to should we go through your votes? Now we're not going to do that to you this week. Oh, I mean, I think I was, I think I was pretty on par with everyone. Wasn't I? I have not. I'm sorry with the overall vote, I think. I was able to check your vote. All right, let's see. Okay, double check it. South Carolina, Stanford, Louisville. We can have a debate on Arizona at some point. Okay. NC state Indiana, Tennessee, Michigan, Maryland, Texas. I think you have actually nowhere mailing is at the moment. But it's about ten. Yeah, it's about the same. It's about the same. Yeah, it's very similar. And then you kind of hadn't played so it's like you can't move the team. There were so many teams that hadn't played. Yeah. So it was like really hard to move this week in particular because, you know, unfortunately, this people are calling it the Omarion. All right, so I heard all the radio. That's not mine. I can't claim it. But for our white listeners, I'm sure I've brought this up to like 8 white people and none of them know who are Mario and this I'm like, why do you guys do it? No one watch you that serve. No one else. I was, I don't know, on the way somewhere in the car heard on the radio and was laughing hysterically by myself because you know sometimes you have to laugh to keep them crying. It's really sad that this is going on and I get it, but that took me over the edge and kind of lightened the move for a moment about everything. But I mean, this is just, I just hope that the season can continue. Gabe, it's so scary. And with all these games being postponed and all that, it's just, oh my gosh, I hope they find time to play them all back because there's some really great games that we're missing, you know, with these causes in these programs. And I mean, and again, I think there are probably of the 25 teams. I would say half of them hadn't played. Or close to half. They're probably played for this week. And it really made it difficult because some teams played three games. And it's also like at the combo COVID and Christmas. Yeah, absolutely. Yeah. People are playing. So.
"south carolina" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"I do like that AI comparison. I would say it's AI in college, though, more. Philly, Philly. I was thinking. It kind of looked like AI at Georgetown, where it was just that defense, those little pokes. Yeah, she had so many of those little posting South Carolina in general really caught Stanford because the Princeton offense is methodical. It is the same thing. Every single place Stanford runs comes from almost the same set. There's different variations, obviously, but it's almost the same movement every time. So it requires patience in South Carolina what they did in the second half led by destiny Henderson was start poking the ball. So you can just stand there in the high poster, even at the three point line because that ball was coming out. So they enforced Stanford to make decisions faster. It forced them into turnovers, Stanford ended up with 20 turnovers and then it just kind of came up in the offensive end for South Carolina and they pulled away in this game. And I think that I think henny was a huge part of that. Latisse me here as well. I want to show her because she took over guarding guarding Lexi hall for a little bit. She pretty much everyone on the roster for Stanford. I just thought her defensive versatility was really incredible. And that's just a play on the bench for this team. It's like they're off the bench to bring camillo cardosa who's 7 foot like she's not. She played 6 minutes because they just have too many options. They have too many options and I'm just so impressed constantly by the South Carolina team. You look at the season they're putting together already, wins against a number 5 NC state number 9 Oregon. Number two, Yukon. We've already talked about those three since the last time we recorded their last three games. Wins against number 8, Maryland, number 15 duke and number two Stanford. I guess the question though, the question for me is this team gonna go undefeated because I know the SEC is a great conference, but the rest of the schedule looks really, really easy by comparison. I'm in just the way that they fall back. I mean, that motor that that team had and Don staley at the helm. And she saluted the fams she calls the bands the fams. She saluted the fans there after the game and I mean, it was just a great atmosphere, and I think, you know, the SEC like you said, it is definitely tough. I mean Georgia beat NC state. So these are teams that are going to be going for it during their conference battles, but when it comes down to the end in February, when we're preparing and talking about NCAA tournament, who do you think is going to win it? And I know that's fast forwarding. Today Gabe, I am calling it and we can hold this recording. I'm calling it that South Carolina is the FrontRunner right now right now to win it all. At the end of the season. I'll go a step further. I'd be shocked. Not surprised. I'd be shocked if this team does not complete the job. Injuries can happen. But they didn't have destiny under three weeks and they'd be three top 15 teams, you know? And I'd be shocked. I'm gonna go step further and say, I will be shocked if this team does not win the championship because of all the things they got going on and frankly they could even falter in the SEC schedule. And there'll still be a one seed. They have well how many SS did 6 wins against top 15 opponents? And it's not even new year's yet. It's December 22nd. That's incredible. That's incredible. That's incredible basketball team. Yeah, I don't know how many more things I have to say about them because I know we're going to have to come up with some things. We were talking about South Carolina all year. But this seems great. The only set I want to hear if you're concerned about this, like, Zack cook, one for 9. She's had some games where it's up and down. You know, sometimes I'm like, oh, this player is like the best player. You know, this is one of the best players in the country. Like the person I want to take in the last shot and then other games like this, I'm a little worried about her. Are you any concerned about Zai cook? I think she has to be consistent. You know, we know that she's good. We know that, you know, she is one of the Staples to what South Carolina likes to do on offense and defense for that matter. And so I just think it's consistency that is, you know, ringing in my head, can you night in and night out be that player that we know you are? And I'm sure Don Stanley has had that conversation with her watching film and whatnot. And I'm not sure what it is that is taking her out of her rhythm or out of her routine or what she likes to do on the floor. And it's hard. Like you said, there are so many players on this team that can kill you if you try to shut down another. And I think this is a great example of that. And while cook had not been producing her typical numbers and.
"south carolina" Discussed on The Her Hoop Stats Podcast
"Looking. They just kind of have like a similar posture her camera like they do have a similar imposture and seem to bring in an interesting energy. To that group. And we obviously could talk about Maryland all day. But we should stop at some point because we have a lot of time to talk about this team. I think they're going to big heights. And where is he? We're going to know a lot more about them by the end of the week. Yes. Or not, depending how you feel about these injuries. So we'll see where they are though. I think they got a great coach. I will see them in March, be the team that they are, but if they can come through this stretch here without two huge players to them and possibly a third without diamond, we're talking about the best team in the country, rather than one of them. I didn't want to mention Baylor just really quick, as I mentioned, Jordan Lewis and Sarah Andrews really impressed me. Melissa Smith excellent, as you mentioned, there's like 8 scouts from the WNBA there. And they were there. Hey, there's a lot of great players on the floor. They were all there for the show. They all came for the show. And queen agbo is nice. I think they're, you know, first off, they're getting reset new system. And second off, I just think there's kind of it's not the perfect mix for winning in March. And we'll see but I think they certainly have a chance in the big 12, and I think that Texas bailout game this year is probably going to decide where what's going to happen to them. And I'm looking at their schedule now just to make sure there's not any other huge games that have Michigan on the 19th of December. I don't know what kind of torment that is. Maybe your cat knows that. I know. I was Dewey's having seen a song, sorry about that. So yeah, they have Michigan, the Michigan's obviously going to be a huge game, but they have some time to figure it out. But did you see anything from Baylor that that should make me a little bit more confident of what their mix is going to be when it comes to march? Yeah, I think they're still ironing some things out under Nikki Collin and what she brings. I mean, she's one of those basketball supplants, Gabe who studies the game. I was learning. I was taking notes talking to her, you know, prior to the Marilyn Baylor game just on her philosophies on defense in particular and some of the reads on pick and rolls and what they call it and why they call it that. I mean, honestly, had like the actual notes. And I was asking her questions. I was like, okay, the game is coming up, but tell me again on the spectacle. And they're like, what is that called? And she was telling me all this stuff. And it was really fun, but she's just one of those people that breathes and lives the game. And I just love talking to her. And I love that she's taking this challenge of going to a team that has won three national titles and a perennial tournament winner in the big 12. So you know, for them coming into the Maryland game, I know the last 5 years. They have led the country and defensive efficiency. And I know that that's going to take some time to get back to because yes, you have two of your starters back from last year's deep postseason run. But at the same time, you have a new coach that's coming in with a new way, a couple of new words, terminologies are a little bit different. So I think it's just going to take them some time to iron out what Nikki Collin expects from them, but boy, what we saw on Sunday was pretty darn good because oh my gosh, absolutely. And I think, you know, they're missing three starters from last year's team and they still came in seamlessly. Under new direction, you know, less than ten games into the regular season. So I still think it's hard to quantify what they're going to look like. But I think the sky's the limit just because of what they look like against Maryland and the adjustments in game that they were able to make and they made a strong run at the end. And it was just tremendous game. So I'm excited to see what Baylor continues to look like moving forward because it's not just about Melissa Smith. I mean, they have balance. They have three point shots. I know Brenda free says this is the most in terms of volume of threes that we've seen from a Baylor team in a long time. So I think you're going to see some really good inside outside balance from Baylor this year. We've seen a lot of inside prowess over the years for that program, but I think now you're going to see a little bit of both. Yeah, no, it's going to be really interesting. It's also like Nikkie Collins getting used to the college game. I think I'll remember if you were Sloan said it, but she had mentioned that she had rarely seen zones in WNBA. And now it pretty much every game in college you're seeing it, you're having a zone thrown at you. And so those types of adjustments take time, not just for the players, but for the coaches. So I'm sure they'll look better. Just a little concerned about just how much is around Melissa Smith because you're right, it's not just about her, and Jordan was awesome, as I was saying, but just kind of, you know, how can you get the ball down to your are you taking good threes? Are you able to get those stops when you need it? Like, it has to come together for me first before I believe in the steeler team being like a national title contender. But certainly the talents there certainly the coach is good and certainly they have way more potential right now to get better because it gets all those things we mentioned. You want to talk about South Carolina. You can't do. I do. I do want to mention any other podcast on women's basketball starts off as South Carolina you come. Not this one. That's right. The talking Maryland, whatever. Let's get stuff going. Because we were courtside for the Maryland game. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Well, also, it's very predictable on our podcast that we would talk about Maryland first. Where do you be friend DMV folks, but this game was awesome. 73 57 South Carolina wins, they hold Yukon to three, one, two, three points. In the fourth quarter, as the lowest point total, we have recorded in D one this year. I believe I forget what our stat was. I will look it up as we were talking. But wow, wow. I mean, you know, I.
"south carolina" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Most hated state, their union and states that hate it. South Carolina. White is South Carolina Heat on us. Really? That's why would never have guessed son in 20 guests is for all the people would go down because a lot of people go down just like you go down those What, like Hilton head on that stuff. Mr. Maybe it's like maybe they looked at as like You're trying to get away from Ohio because you're coming here to vacation? No. Hello. No 12, Illinois, hated by Wisconsin. New York 11 hated by Massachusetts. This is just so random man. Totally Kansas hated by Missouri. Nine. Alabama hated by Louisiana, Arkansas and Mississippi, Indiana at number eight. Hated by Illinois. You know, I only They're kind of Yeah. Politically. They're kind of opposites. And maybe the in the air here. I hate them. Kentucky at number seven who hates on Kentucky. Everything's good in Kentucky states that hated Indiana. And this's a neighbor. Things like it. Yes. Ah! Someone who did you hate the world. They're going to say their neighbor just because, Well, that's the thing that gets me that that that South Carolina thing about Ohio sense that we're because, Yeah, you would think that you're next. You're not agent like the West Virginia in Virginia thing. Yeah, I get that part. Ah, six. Michigan State's that hate it. Ohio, right that when I got to get out of Ohio State, Michigan, right? It wasn't hard to figure out..
"south carolina" Discussed on Hey Moms in Business
"Hey everyone. Welcome to MOMS in real estate. I'm Angela Fazio and our guest today is Casey Boynton choose from. South Carolina. She just got licensed March fifteen. I think went fulltime in July and she's already close almost a million and a half in real estate. So I am so excited for you to talk talk with her or hear her actually so it's starting to. Antelope has yo is an industry powerhouse overseas forty thousand home sold and nine billion in production and Kristin. Cantrell is one of the nation's most accomplished team leaders helping thousands, debates still their businesses they are passionate about their meeting encouraging had only. Fate, our next episode starts now. Hey, ladies by Chris. Beautiful. And I am. Morning. So let's get started. Tell us a little bit about yourself. Yes Casey going. Like you said I just I got my license earlier this year in March on in the middle of. The beginning of the crow bid Was fulltime employees. I originally started my career in construction management. So I've been in project management for the last five to six years. In Arizona in my internship and then were in Virginia for the last five years My husband is in the navy. So just recently moved to Charleston in twenty nineteen and had our daughter back until nineteen as well. She just turned a year and. I just finished like I said, has got licensed in March and left my pregnant construction management job in July so that my first couple of months fulltime real state in really loving it so far. Awesome. How is it? Transitioning for you during Cova. Scared to be like, okay. I'm leaving this career and I'm getting into real estate in here we are in the middle of a pandemic. Yes. Yeah There was a lot of Dow in in the timing of everything because it was so difficult to leave. Really secure salary in career. Pursue this and part of me was questioning the time was now if if this is a huge mistake for or family's finances for my career and I said, so many reassuring factors say now is the time that kept. Coming up to me that announced the did it was very stressful and very difficult, but looking back on it, I'm really. Kind of made the League when I did well, what we're live. From the confirmation factors So when I, was working both jobs I was full-time working from home, which was super super convenient in really really grateful that I was able to do that. I was working from home full time and then doing real estate on the side of the first few months and I just really looked forward to the real estate side of it every day and I would wake up being super excited to do real estate and excited to be done with Orca end of the day. So I can start real estate at the end of the day and all of those kind of reaffirming things that this is really what I want to be doing, but it's a huge huge help for me..
"south carolina" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast
"It is a nice benefit that USA. Cycling is there and Ken provide that insurance piece, but I agree. I mean a lot of. Gravel athletes may just sign up for one event a year, and even in that, even if they're signing up for multiple, most could care less about points and upgrades, and and all that I think that kind of motivation tends to change the racing. Just given people's competitive nature, etc, it's certainly an open ended question. That USA cycling is grappling with to try to see how they can add value to the community when you know a lot of people from the outside are. thinking. They're not adding any value whatsoever. Cool Wall I appreciate the time you guys. I appreciate the events. You guys are putting on. I have to say. Go into Charleston and racing hellhole sounds like a hell of a lot of fun. It's the into September. It's usually warm. And unfortunately patent a few years. We've had to battle some close calls with hurricanes. We actually had pushed what two years ago. Because of a hurricane, but Yeah. It's a great place. a lot of people will usually come make whole weekend bring the wife the kids and they do the downtown Charleston thing in May hang out out in the forest and racer bike. Right on well. I'll make sure to put some information in the show notes about how to find you on the web and I can't wait to hear about all the racing this year from you guys. We appreciate Greg. So big thanks to Jeff and Chris joining us on the podcast this week. That race sounds like a lot of fun, and I would love to get some South Carolina gravel under my wheels additional. Thanks to our sponsor. Athletic Greens visit Athletic Green. Slash the gravel ride as you can imagine. These types of sponsorships are important to the gravel ride podcast, so I'd love for you to check out athletic grains as I said I've been a user for the last three. Three years and I absolutely swear by the product as always a welcome your feedback, you can reach me at Craig at the gravel ride dot bike. We'd love to see your ratings and reviews on itunes and spotify and other podcasts platforms. As that really helps with discovery a reminder. We'll be back in your feed next week. With another episode of in the dirt, our new current affairs gravel show. Thanks again for your time this week. Be Safe out there until next. Here's defining some dirt under your wheels..
"south carolina" Discussed on The Gravel Ride. A cycling podcast
"Let's talk about today's podcast today. We've got Jeff Dunkin and Chris more from the hell hole gravel grind stage race in South Carolina. As you know at the gravel ride, we'd love talking to event. Organizers all over the country to get a little bit of a flavor for what's gravel like around the country and around the world so when Jeff reached out to me. I was super excited. As I know Charleston, South Carolina is a gorgeous place to visit and I was excited to learn what they had up their sleeve. Sleeve dill. Explain a few unique elements about their formats that I think you'll enjoy one programming note. We did record this episode prior to the Covid nineteen crisis, so there are references to earlier events in the year and group rides, as it stands now the hell hole gravel grinders September is still on the calendar, but Jeff in Chris of assured me that they will be following all local responsible guidelines for getting people together, and we'll be adhering to the current climate so with that disclaimer. Let's dive right in Jeff and Chris Welcome to the shelf. Hey Greg. Thanks Robin I'm super stoked to learn more about South Carolina gravel and some of the events you guys are putting on over the years, and let's start by talking a little bit about your history as riders, and when you both discovered gravel riding, and then also. What made you jump into event, organization and promotion? Going to start Chris. Yes, sure, Su-. Let's go back all the way to college days back. In the early nineties, I raised I was I wrote kind of raid by whenever I was in high school and then. In College, this is the early nineties. The mountain bike scene started getting gone and got him out by in started doing some races here in South Carolina. And then continued that until I got out of college and then. From there! You know the work and try to find a career and everything Kinda took over and then I. Got Back into it in the mid. Mid. Early mid two thousand. Just progressed from there. Raced road raised mountain. Bikes.
"south carolina" Discussed on Medicare for All
"Pick this up in clinic Bernie Sanders including a Alexandra. Cossio Cortez. Who tweeted about it? She said quote. I used to work in the food industry. I can't tell you how many times the people who handle your food who are already overworked and underpaid show up sick to work because our country refuses to guarantee healthcare or paid sick. Leave we need. Hashtag Medicare for all agree or disagree step. Oh man personal story and I'm sorry I'm about to horrify all of you. I used to work at a very busy like breakfast. Brunch place and I was coming down with something that I could feel was just not a common cold or flu or whatever and I tried to call in sick but my boss told me that if I didn't come in that day it was Saturday brunch. You know it's crazy busy that I would just be fired and not bother coming in at all. It was a woman actually girl boss so I went in and I served the whole day from seven. Am to three PM. The end of the the Shift I think both days and then later that week I ended up in the ER and found out that I had had mononucleosis strep throat was just breaking down and that basically. I had served an entire weekend of people with two extremely contagious infectious disease. At the end of the story was going to be your the origin of the virus. Well I hope that at least infected. Some capitalists who is dining at that place. Yeah I think there's also speaks to it. I mean obviously the healthcare system is fucked up. But it's also all the other things were bad at in the United States like paid sick leave no empowerment for workers. I mean if you were unionized that would have never happened If there were laws protecting your rights as a worker then that would have never happened either. So beyond The Smart takes from folks like There's a good article also in the Washington Post by Helaine olen making the connection that basically there's no way you can Systematically address a virus outbreak. If people can't afford to see their doctor if they feel symptoms get sick and are afraid to go in Just because of the cost we also had a right wing. Take that was interesting for Sally. Pipes wrote in Fox News that she said single payer countries do worse at containing viruses. Can if you had to guess how you would make that argument. How would you even start? You've got me then all right. I'm going to I'm going to. I'm going to give you some some pipes knowledge radio She says though the pathogen has reached our shores our as Americans by the way. Us health officials have told Americans. They don't need to worry. That's not an ironic quote. She thinks we actually don't need to worry. Because we're capitalist American healthcare system. I think the border war yes. I'm drifting from the quote ear says countries single payer healthcare may have a more difficult time in the not too distant past candid in the United Kingdom have struggled to handle outbreaks of everything for Sars to the seasonal flu that's largely because these countries government run Medicare for all style systems lack enough healthcare personnel hospital beds and other resources to meet the needs of their populations even in good times a public health threat like a pandemic can stretch single payer healthcare to its breaking points. You lived in a couple single payer systems. Were you constantly sick with pandemics and epidemics. Nah Fortunate No. I wasn't and fortunately we also have the OCD to call bullshit on this. Yeah this is total bullshit so I got really worked up. I shouldn't even read these things. I was like lack of healthcare research so I looked up the data on. How many hospital beds? We have per piece per person or per one thousand person compared to other countries and I also looked at how many physicians we have and guess what we suck at both so we are in the bottom one fourth to one third of all the countries that the OCD tracks in hospital beds per one thousand people and in physicians per one thousand people Basically we're down there with the developing countries that they track with us so for hospital beds. we are Two Point Eight hospital beds per one thousand people And I would like to compare that with Japan where you lived. How many would you guess? Japan has a lot more being in hospital for Japanese. So Japan has thirteen point. One hospital beds per thousand people. That's like four to five times as much as the. Us people in Japan and Germany is at forty five times as many people. And that's only because they live longer because they have universal. Germany has eight hospital beds. Per Thousand People. Ostra has seven point. Four France has six They're thirty countries out of the forty. Two they track that are above us in the United States and the ones that are below us include India Indonesia Costa Rica Colombia Chile and mostly developing nations Although I do note that the other English speaking countries that have single payer like Canada UK. Which are the only two she. References are also lowered level. Hospital beds like us just goes to show that you know having a single payer system doesn't determine everything right so you then still have to decide where you're investing. Your money has a single payer country also physicians. We are also in the lowest amongst all the countries that were physicians per one thousand residents Lowest among almost all the countries we have two point six physicians per one thousand residents. Compare that with Austria with five point two twice as many Norway. Four point eight Germany. Four point three Sweden four point one and so on and so forth. It's the same thing as hospitals. So sally pipes go suck it. I just don't understand. Sometimes I wonder like what would it be like to live in a world without look totally unmortgaged from facts and then I'm like well we could just listen to trump every day? I should know by now. Don't have to fantasize about it that of the day so moving on. We talked last week about this Yale. Study showing the Medicare for all saves a lot of money And saves a lot of lives and that it kind of you know fell in line with a decades of research by dozens and dozens of actuarial studies and economic studies showing. How much medicare for all that we can cover everyone that it costs less and like we often like to say you don't really need to be an economist to know this. Just look at the rest of the World Right. Just look at all. The countries that have universal healthcare see that they spend less and it's kind of commonsense smarter than that. Oh yeah so I was getting to that. So apparently there's been you are so much hip than I am. I'm never on twitter. I'm barely social media at all. But you've reported that. There is a feeding frenzy attacking the Yale study trying to discredit it especially in the twitter verse by the centrist Walks. Yeah well I spent years trying to start a get into twitter and try to figure out what it was and figure out like healthcare now place in twitter and now that I've sort of got the hang of it. I cannot wait to delete my accounts. Yes so basically. The twitter walks the health policy sphere on twitter Basically just gleefully tore into this Recent Yell Study. So one Kaiser Health reporter Shefali Luthra wrote a fact article fact checking Bernie Sanders Statement At the South Carolina Debate statement was a recent study. And that's referencing the L. Study said Medicare for all will lower healthcare costs in this country by four hundred and fifty billion a year and save the lives of sixty eight thousand people who would otherwise have died and she rated this mostly false. Didn't he just attribute the claim to a Yale Study? How's that false exactly Go on the study itself itself. She decided was wrong. And therefore his claim Ron Defending this is from the article defending his signature. Health plan a single payer system knowns Medicare for all that would move all Americans to government funded coverage Vermont Senator Bernie. Sanders argued that the massive health expansion would actually save the system hundreds of billions of dollars the price tag of Medicare for all has been fiercely debated and some previous analysis have suggested that the proposal would increase health spending not decrease it. Those are real academic reference there. Oh yeah absolutely I mean missing from this takedown is the twenty two other studies that overwhelmingly approved how cost effective medicare for all would be or any analysis of the two studies that have found that it would cost more which were both sort of political headpieces during the two thousand sixteen election. That we're going after dented Bernie Sanders. I think that's what irritates me the most about this debate that happens on twitter. The pretense of academic neutrality They have no problem. Uncritically accepting the authority of the very reputable urban institute and had the yield study found the same things urban institute than it would have been the very reputable Lancet but instead a favor- favorable single payer studies are scrutinized death while everything else just pass Yep I'm sure. We're going to see more of this as the elections go on. I can't wait to see what comes out during the general elections. It's going to be even more batch. It crazy so lastly we want to get onto the activists section of this and who ever part. Yes I mean. We talked a lot about the South Carolina organizing which was awesome. But we want to talk about two. Other campaigns to we introduced our audience to the patients over profits pledge campaign just a week or two back which is trying to get candidates across the country Both local and but especially running for Congress to pledge not take donations from corporations that are affiliated with this partnership for America's healthcare future which we reference almost every week. Because they're spending so much money attacking Medicare for all and getting in early on. This fight was none other than Stephanie. Nakajima working closely with Boston. Dasa HERE IN BOSTON So we have representative. Joe Kennedy is challenging Senator Ed Markey here in Massachusetts. And so you've got a chance to sit down with Joe Kennedy at kind of a mixture event and put the pledge to him. Yes so last night. I attended a meet and greet for Kennedy. Yes and he's running for. Us Senate and mass against Margie. Marquis. That's right And he actually came and sat down on my table and we got to ask him on video if he would sign the patients over profits pledge and we had actually a great conversation about who was included in the pledge. He wanted to know which organizations were involved in I was able to give him The website so that he could go and actually see a list and he said he came up to me. Actually afterwards this this whole encounter was actually filmed The audio is not podcast. Worth right now but you can go onto our facebook page and we'll be posting it shortly. I'm actually this is something that you're going to hear about on this podcast but not actually Yet in on social media because we want to give him a little bit of time to look over the pled and and you know make the right decision to sign it before we start putting more pressure on him but essentially he came up to me afterwards and told me that if the pledges truly you know just these entities that are supporting the Partnership for America's healthcare future. Then he will sign so I'm really excited to hopefully get our first or one of our first signing the pledge And I encourage everybody else. Also start talking to their members of Congress and starting to get more signers of this pleasure we can get a little momentum going around this campaign which I think is going to be so important as we get closer and closer to really winning. Medicare for all. Yeah I think the you know the process that the the national campaign is going to go through his..
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"Or one one million three hundred sixteen in person and early male votes In the most populous fifteen counties. Democrats vote shattered Republican Early Village. Which is no big deal because there isn't really a big republican contests in Texas right now. It's just the Democratic presidential primary but over a million votes cast in Texas and that happened before South Carolina remember. South Carolina was on Saturday. There hasn't been early voting on Saturday or Sunday. And this comes out at nine twenty five this morning so it doesn't include any sort of Monday voting and there is no Monday voting Because the elections tomorrow so all of the cumulative early vote in Texas over a million people have already voted Bernie Sanders. According to the Bulls had big momentum in Texas and so that suggests Berry. Sater's may have good night in Texas and that's not good news Joe Biden or the Democrats. Now there's a lot of speculation this morning that Pete. Bhuj wants to be the Democratic vice presidential pick for Joe Biden. We'll see if that happens. I want to go to Robert Gibbs. Robert Gibbs was Barack Obama's Predator he was on one of the Sunday shows talking about what Biden needs to. Do I think he the South? I mean it's possible. North Carolina will be the toughest you look at the numbers you just. And you've got Bloomberg at fifteen percent right at that viability line and so does last night's win and that momentum push a couple of points up for Vice President Biden and push Bloomberg down a couple of points and so do do you do you force that one on one contest through viability. I think Joe Biden strategy has to survive the big states of California and Texas and wake up Wednesday morning as the sole competitor to Bernie Sanders. But he's going to be because Bloomberg has not bought a bunch of ads but Bloomberg wants to do a three minute block on the networks. Abc CBS and NBC on the Corona Virus. Believe it or not it will get to the virus. There is news on the Corolla virus. It's just I I've talked about it so much there other things that I want to get to today out of the gate and we will get to the girl of Irish Duffin and right now I mean Super Tuesday is tomorrow. It is a big deal. And you're you're you're going to have the Democrats out there bashing each other and trying to find ways to to separate themselves from the pack. You'RE GOING TO HAVE ELIZABETH WARREN OUT THERE. Trying to make a case for herself even as she looks like. May Lose Massachusetts. One more from Chris Olsen with Chris Wallace from over the weekend. What does polling say about? How tough it will be to sell. Socialism not communism but socialism to a majority of Americans. So Fox News is owned polling from just this week shows it only about three out of ten. Voters say that they would be comfortable with someone who is socialist Being President That they only a third of America is okay with socialism but socialism is defined very differently for younger voters versus older voters. Katie was mentioning. I think that in terms of the word socialism. Lots of voters don't like it but the idea of the government providing very extensive healthcare benefits etc. A lot of voters are actually much more on on board with that. I would not count out the ideological places. American voters may be willing to go. You know it's also interesting. In our voter analysis Fox's voter analysis Bernie Sanders one among people both black and white under forty five. He got clobbered among blacks and whites over forty five. He did black voters in South Carolina did not like Bernie Sanders at all because they WANNA be trump and they're still this that Bernie Sanders says. Here's a one more here. Msnbc on what a consolidation in the field means for Sanders. I.