35 Burst results for "Steam"
Valve Announces Steam Deck to Compete With Switch
"Steam which is made by valve company valve They just announced pretty much. What was it last. Wednesday last thursday out last week. They announced the steam deck. So again yes. It's very similar to the deck. It's called the steam deck and it is a handheld system. It looks a lot. Like the sega game gear it does. It's gotta come back in the day. A seven inch screen. That is is pretty good. I mean he's still looks like a great screed. Yeah it's a decent screen as hand-held it's got the analog controllers got a directional controller. it's got a touch pat on both sides for more of a mouse movement. Kind of thing. It's got a few buttons on the back. A few buttons on the top. So it's got more buttons per se than than than ten to switch but it was interesting about is like i said it's not only just. The name is very close to el gado stream deck. Yeah and and it's still yet to be found if that's going to be the final name i mean. There is a website street or steam deck dot com steamed Dot com is where you can find the the information on this hand-held device but nintendo i think they gotta be shaking in their boots. Because nintendo's had this the the switch that's twenty seventeen and they keep talking about switch pro yes. Is this new model. Yeah basically that's when his was doing is like everybody's sitting there saying hey nintendo. It's time to upgrade your system. Let's get a new switch switch pro. That's got better. Cpu a better graphics card. A bigger screen nintendo's like oh biggest green. Sure we'll give you bigger screen. We'll wait hold up. No no we want. We want a better processor and gpo. No no no no just going to better screen. That's all they're doing. They're releasing the exact same switch with a better screen.
Will Valve's Steam Deck Really Change How PC Gamers Play Games?
"Week's show if he visited any gaming sites within the last few days, you've likely seen some sort of a headline talking about the valve steam deck, which is kind of like a Nintendo switch. But for PC games, Robbie was the stream that Robbie esteem Dick really changed the way PC gamers play games. Oh, that's a little bit of a loaded question. There may be well, let me just say my favorite headline that I saw since you mentioned that it was on a gaming websites. It was like a satire website like the Onion, but it said, uh, steam announces the new Nintendo switch pro. That's sort of what's happening. So Robbie tell us a little bit more about what the steam Deck even is to be good. Yeah, So I mean, look, if you're familiar with the switch, that's essentially what you're looking at, right there looking to create the same experience that you get from the Nintendo switch. But instead of you know, the switch games have to develop games specifically for that platform. Anything that's playable on computer should be playable on the steam deck. So you know, portable hand hand held claims to be able to run the latest triple A games, which, obviously not every Triple A game is going to be on the Nintendo switch. They say it completely your steam library anywhere. The doc is going to be sold separately. So if you wanna be able to play it on your T V, you will need to buy that. Whatever the price ends up being the deck is releasing in September and the cheapest version is going to be $399 now has a 70 screen. Same as what the switch does. Controllers don't detach, and some of the tech specs in it are actually comparable. To even the Xbox series X
The Complex Task of Public Safety Reform
"Jones is the mayor of saint louis missouri before that she served as the city's treasurer in the missouri house of representatives. When she was sworn in this spring she became the city's first black female mayor. I'm pleased to have her on the show to talk to us about her approach to politics and what it means to her to be progressive and pragmatic. Welcome mayor jones. Thank you for having me. So in your inauguration speech you said. I am not naive in my of progressive public policy. What does that mean. That means that. I know that sometimes as i pursue progressive policies that i will be met with resistance so i am expanding what public safety means in my city and really transforming the meaning of public safety In public safety is everything that keeps you safe in your neighborhoods and in your homes and some of the things that i have proposed to do the we're working on right now. are adding more social workers to the police department and using coal responder model where officers an licensed clinical social workers go out on certain calls. The
Steam Deck Announced!
"Hell has frozen over steam. Has its own hand to talk about the steam deck. Of course valve has announced ladies and gentlemen their own hand held. You are seeing it right here from kevin. This is not an april fool's day joke. This is not a streaming piece of tech. This is the power of the p. c. in the palm of your hands. We have a whole bunch of stuff to redo. I will start over at. I g and who has the blow out of i g and i obviously their cover story you where they get some exclusive access all sorts of stuff. They have it here on the steam a deck. We're and start there with the steam deck has a form factor similar to that of a slightly larger nintendo switch but with the capabilities of full gaming. Pc it runs like a modified version of valve's steam s. No it runs a modified version. Avows steam os complete with a new console like interface for easy navigation of both the steam store. And you're steam library but it also provides access to an unrestricted computer desktop Where any third party. Applications can be installed including nonstop games or launchers if you were to go to the steam deck site where you can start looking at preorders. Here are the vitals. We're going to run through all of this. All right tim i they describe it as an all in one portable. Pc game gaming device steamed brings the steam games and features you love to a powerful inconvenient form factor that you can take wherever you go. Pricing starts at three hundred ninety nine dollars for three hundred ninety nine dollars. You'd get the sixty four gigabyte e. m. m. c. internal storage model and a carrying case from there. We jump up to five hundred twenty nine dollars for two hundred and fifty six gigabyte one. This is two hundred and sixty six two hundred and fifty six gigabytes envy m envy m. e. s. the internal storage faster still case exclusive steam community profile bundle. What'd you say there. That's the past one. Then be yeah. Of course what you want to hear more about us as well that tam lemme tell you about six hundred and forty nine version of the steam deck. For six hundred forty nine dollars you get five hundred and twelve gigabytes of envy m. e. Ssd internal storage. This is the fastest storage premium. Anti-glare etched glass exclusive carrying case exclusive seen community profile bundle exclusive virtual keyboard theme reservations open july sixteenth. That's tomorrow at ten a. m. pacific time
The History of Grand Central Station
"On a snowy january morning in nineteen o to a train operator entering midtown manhattan missed the stop signs. The train pummeled into a danbury express train on fifty sixth street the collision killed fifteen people on impact. At least forty more passengers were bruised and burned and two died within a week at the time it was the worst train accident in new york city. History there had to be a solution for the smoke from the train. Steam engines that fog the tracks. The new york central railroad's chief engineer william j. wilderness. Had a solution while the phrase lightbulb moment may not have been in the popular lexicon yet wilga said his inspiration came to him quote in a flash of light. It was the most daring idea that ever occurred to me. We'll just wanted to demolish the existing grand central depot and swap out all the stations steam powered trains for electric ones. Getting rid of the noxious fumes would help. Train operators see their path ahead. They could even run underground more tracks beneath the surface. Meant less need for bulky. Train sheds on street level. We'll just figured the leftovers space could house retail businesses and encourage private development. He envisioned the new station as a so-called gold mine and he was right today. Grand central terminal is a bustling masterpiece spanning forty eight acres and forty four platforms in the heart of manhattan. It's one of new york's biggest architectural gemstones and arguably one of the most majestic transportation hubs in the world but any building with so much money traffic and history as its fair share of
Millions Skipped Church During Pandemic. Will They Return?
"Million skip church during the pandemic will they return churches synagogues and mosques are returning to normal services as the pandemic receipts but a looming question is how many worshipers will be returning religious leaders fear some of the millions who stayed home during the pandemic won't be coming back Nashville based lifeway research says many churches lost steam when in person services shut down and live voice executive director says a small but concerning number of church goers are now without a church home a recent poll indicates that about three quarters of Americans who attended religious services in person at least monthly before the pandemic say they're likely to do so again in the next few weeks I Walter Ratliff
A New Windows in Store
"Zach very high level. What is windows eleven. What can people expect from it. And when is it coming out so windows. Eleven is microsoft's next generation of well windows. It's been in the works for the last year and is essentially a replacement for windows ten Like an old school rim windows While we thought when those ten would be the last version of windows but that turns out to be a complete life. We announced coming up to win. Those eleven and microsoft is pushing full steam ahead. So we're expecting windows. Eleven to ship this full. It will be a free upgrade for windows. Ten uses if you'll hardware support. Say which. I think we'll get into a bit later and it will begin shipping on win brand new cases. This fall is well and windows. Ten years will should start seeing it as updates in the full but that will sort of extended twenty twenty two as it rolls out some more people so free upgrade which is always to say it would have been crazy if they tried to charge for this. Nobody charges for updates anymore But yeah windows. Levin has a whole bunch of new features in it and brand new. Ui new stop menu. A new designs a new productivity features new at features android app supports is essentially. Well it is a brand new version of windows
Harnessing Fierce Self Compassion with Author Kristin Neff
"Kristen. Thanks for being untangled. Today it's great to have you with us again. Oh thanks patricia. I'm really happy to be here. Yes your new book just came out. When did it come out. Actually yesterday on the so excited that i got to read it. It is so good. And let's just start by talking about why he decided to write this book. You've been a compassion. Pioneer and self compassion warrior and. This book has a little bit of a different twist to it. And i'm just curious as to why you decided to write. This one is a couple of reasons. So it's about the fear side of self compassion in addition to tender more nurturing side. It's about being able to speak up. Stand up for yourself. Meet your needs motivate change and first of all in the last ten years or so. When i've been really teaching people about self compassion. I realized that people had a very one-sided view of it they thought self compassion was only about self acceptance and soothing and comforting and there was this misperception that somehow self compassion is gonna undermine your ability to motivate. Change your to seek up or to do something about your life. They thought it was all about acceptance. So part of it was just decrypt. Misperception to let people know about the fear side of self compassion. I liked joke that tender self compassion as like a mother. Just unconditionally loves her child. Even wintershall screaming at off just love and soothe and care for our child but this also like mama bear so protecting her cobs are saying. Okay time for you to leave the dan or maybe hunting for miles. If i'm fish feed them. All of those are really important. Part of self compassion that mama bear side which we can also turn inward is exclusively for women in particular we haven't done before it's all been gender neutral is because women's fierceness socialized out of them we're told to be helpful and say yes to everyone into gear brown needs in a way that men are. So that's why. I wrote the book particularly for women. I was definitely ask that question. And i want to dive a little deeper into that. But why do you think you chose the word fierce. I love the word. Fierce is not the only one who uses it. a lot of people do and essential steam. Because they're called the translations now not all languages have an analogous word because fierce connotes bravery and courage and that warrior energy but as a positive word as opposed to something like aggressive which is negative connotations. And that's why i like fierce because again it's like fierce mama bear that warrior energy can come from a place of love in terms of the service of protection and reducing harm and just seemed to fit that really well.
Things Youll Only Find In Australia
"In australia. We have stinging ants stinging spiders stinging snakes stinging jellyfish stinging octopuses stinging stingrays. Should he got that from the stinging shocks stinging crocodiles stinging stone fish. Did i miss anything. Oh yeah stinging trees. Even the plants want to mess with you in this country. They used to be saying in sydney with three hours ahead of the rest of the country. Albridge alibaba an hour bradman off full of themselves. Those sydney saw us but everyone has to admit that is one impressive bridge that crosses the paddle in the middle of town to tell you the story of the harbour bridge. We've got a very special storyteller. Women love him men. Wannabe him dogs fall over themselves wanting to drop sticks his fate wrote this. Yes it's the one the only andrew data and this is the story of the bridge. The cd habat bridge links. The north shore of sydney haba to the central business district on the southern shore in precolonial times the traditional custodians of the north shoal. The camera google people would often venture to the southern shore where shellfish supplies were more plentiful. It's not wrong to say that. The commute across sydney harbour has been going on for as long as the area has been inhabited the custodians at the southern shore. The gaggle people cruise the harbor on bach. Canoes cold navy. The canoes made from bach stripped off domino trees. After heavy ryan when the material was strong but also flexible the navy set solo in the water that the silence of the first fleet. Don't the canoeist with bobbing around in the harbor. With no votes told the first commercial haba crossing was offered by an ex-convict of jamaican heritage cold. Billy blue now billy. Blues ferry service consisted of a robot which he often made the passengers road themselves. While billy dressed in a top hat entertained with stories and witty banter formal steam powered ferry services started in eighteen sixty one and by nine thirty two more than fourteen million ferry trips. A year would taken on the hob. There was talk of building a bridge across the narrowest part of the way back in eighteen. Fifteen and that was from convict. Architect francis greenway. He proposed the idea in a letter to the newspaper. But it took a major public health crisis to get the city to start thinking about making some serious plans. That health crosses the bubonic plague
Bragi CEO Nikolaj Hviid on the Next Frontier in Personalization
"Looking back at the time fifteen twenty years ago when we had newspapers of radio and and the way that we consumed if nation was absolutely not personal like dissociation. Boss have fast. I'm flipping through the newspaper at the age of of nokia of having a single app. That does everything like snake. Was the only game you ever needed. So it's a logical process in the missiles space. You have created personal station. You go to google you search for something you'd be presented with outcome you're being presented with us -ment with things might like and the same process what happened for audio obviously so rather than just having snake of course people to have more games more services more steaming soon as more information and they also want to have information. It's always talk radio. They want the information that they really want to hear. I want to hear about by munich. But i'm not the only one wants to hear about by munich. But it's very limited in the predation wants to about by munich. Someone wants the about chelsea. Someone wants to out american football. And which i don't particularly fancy because i just don't get it and i think that's very mutual football sarah south ables bass anyways but but having a personalized information just means that that it becomes more useful to me and and the same same step from newspaper to personalized information on smartphone will happen from talk radio to order bruce implying. Tom
Underground Steam Pipe Bursts in Indianapolis
"No one was hurt when an underground steam pipe burst Saturday afternoon and sent a manhole cover and debris into the air, said the Indianapolis Fire Department. Debris was left along North Senate Avenue south of West Michigan Street Citizens Energy was able to shut down the pipe and are
Battlefield 2042 Won't Have a Campaign
"The next battlefield is coming. This fall in appears to be bringing plenty of mayhem and event today. Be revealed battlefields. Twenty forty to the latest entry in devices long-running shooter series for the xbox one series x ps four ps five through origin steam and the epic game store among other changes to the formula. The game will introduce new tornadoes that move around the map wing so players can fly around and weapons. That can be customized on the fly in battlefield. Twenty forty to the world on the brink shortages of food energy and clean water led to dozens of failed nations creating the creating the greatest refugee crisis and human history among these non patriot. Our families farmers engineers and even soldiers miss the crisis. The united states and russia draw the world into an all out war. No pass specialists join both sides not fighting for a flag but for the future of the non patriot in this new world and quote twenty forty. Two new maps reflect bleak setup. They included map set in the arctic. Where players fight over oil version of doha besieged by saint saint storms. Like something from mad. Max drive seabed in india filled with the remains of stranded ships and a gleaming south korean metropolis where players have to seize control of a quantum powered. Disinformation hub and quote dynamic. Events appear to be a big focus. One map takes place amid a rocket preparing to launch into into space die. Says the maps have been built with next gen hardware in mind in the biggest change appears to be the sheer number of players in the main mode. All out warfare matches will feature one hundred twenty eight players if you're planning on the s five or xbox series x for older consoles that number will shrink down to a more standard sixty four outside of that mode twenty forty you will also have a squad base mode called hazard zone which stresses will not be a battery al as well as third yet to be announced multiplayer mode. The game won't feature traditional single player campaign when two thousand forty two does launch later this year. Ea says that will act as a live servers. Game with seasonal battle passes both free and paid. They'll push the narrative of the world forward as well as add new features battlefield. Twenty forty two launches on october twenty. Second
Knowing When to Hit Your Emotional Reset Button
"We talk about the self bullying allot here on. Mindfulness mode this self bullying. That goes on these voices in our head they just sometimes are relentless they just keep going on and on and on and our brain and it just feels like oh man i just. I just need this to stop well. Are you receiving alerts in your mind that something is wrong. I've certainly received alerts in the past that something's not quite right. And sometimes i had idea what the alert meant in when i see alert. Well i'm talking about emotions because that's usually what what alerts us. It's our emotions that are the the human body's way of alerting us that something is going on. I've learned that when. I see an alert on my printer. It definitely means something. It's out a paper or it's low on inc. And i know i have to deal with it or else i'm not going to be doing much printing. I really have to deal with that. I can't just ignore that flashing light or whatever that alert is in. The same is true in my car. I once an engine light on a car. I was driving. And i ended up being stranded on a on a four lane highway with the steaming engine and i was just completely stranded there waiting for help. Well that's because. I ignored the engine light. That was telling me. Hey there's a problem and really what it was saying as you may not see a problem yet you may not know. There's a problem there yet but there is a problem. And that's the way our bodies are that you know. We suddenly feel this intense anger or feel pain or we feelings diety or stress. And it's telling us something. It's there for a
Building a Career With Drones
"Thanks so much for being here with us. I know i am really excited to hear a little bit more about you. And about the work that you do with the global drone academy. So why don't we start off. Could you just introduce yourself and introduce the global air drone academy to us. Sure sure so. My name is a no moment. And i'm the co founder of global on academy. We started the academy backs in a tony. sixteen but before then we actually started our commercial arm which is called global media So we i got into other drone industry of course like other entrepreneurs here. There's so many applications in so many different industries. I we wanted to be you know one of the first on the ground floor. So with our proper research you know before getting into industry and You know we were providing services in real estate field For construction site mapping for other uses as well and you realize that the issue really wasn't going to grow unless more people generally understood you know about trump technology out in not just using john's or crew pictures and video but you know how to jones to to save lives so once we understood the power of of education you know when it comes to industry We really decided to a david. I entered industry when we started the The academy to reach to youth and adults To to of course teach the youth about drones -nology but we related more to steam united nations science technology engineering math and then for adults we focus on industry specific training really empowering them to become license so they can also start a business as well. So that's some of the things. Deity can
US Jobless Claims Drop to 385,000, Another Pandemic Low
"U. S. jobless claims have hit a pandemic low for a fifth straight week there were three hundred eighty five thousand last week the first time weekly claims fell below four hundred thousand since the pandemic began it's the latest evidence the jobs market is picking up steam as the economy reopens tomorrow's jobs report is expected to show six hundred fifty thousand jobs were added last month employers are posting a record number of openings and the many complain they cannot find enough workers critics say extra federal jobless aid is discouraging some people from looking for work about two dozen states say they will cut off some of the aid perhaps as soon as next week Sager mag ani Washington
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"But was quite good about. Eighty can play steam as well so i've also played hotshot racing on it for example. But yes i am. I am working on a boot to commodore basic grow up menus and things like that nice but one of the fun things was actually modifying heat sinks and fans. I was wondering about profile case. I if you consider the commodore sixty four breath protocols in martin's by morton standards is so. I've been removing fans and putting different aftermarket fans on on mismatch components to make to make it run cool and quiet an i got there and i'm very happy with this thing so next step is to try and upgrade it with even more ridiculous components using it with an external. Gpu as well as the the chassis. So small econ accommodate a full power supplies which using a Psu so only one hundred watts. So can i use like what's on the motherboard. So no gp us maybe some low-powered devices but gp's but having an ap is on the same chip is actually a good use case that yeah not so sixty five pound. Note that it's all listeners. May i have a small child recently. Acquired in my household and we bought a new device recently. So i thought it would be a nice opportunity to do as amir review of that device but also talk about some of the decisions that we make when we buying things for kids and how they might differ from when we buy things ourselves given the when i was a kid was four years ago. Yes they're going. Different necessarily when revolting charles selves as kids when we making women making technology purchasing decisions. Here we say right. So what did you buy. I something called a yoto player. Which is an audio player for. Kids designed to be used by kids. So what is little cube which connects to your wi fi and has a couple of speakers. A nice of soft diffused led matrix display on the front. It's like sixteen by sixteen or something is not very high resolution displays. Yes oh it's like it doesn't. It doesn't display video displays like an icon or something like that To show what's playing and the way the the way that you get stuff onto it is you have a little. Nfc cards which you put in a slot and then that tells you what to play an leader if it's a radio station or it can stream it or if it's an audio book it can download it to the device and play off line and then the way
Preview: British GT and BRDC British F3
"It seems a long time ago now but in pre krona virus world bris. Gt attracted a sellout grid for twenty twenty. Before then lost a number of entries by the time this season actually underway and then by the time of the some five hundred phenomena it was backed up bumper field again since then. There's been a change in the rules. Concerning drive at ratings which ruled out the successful silver silver combinations in. Gt three loss. So how would you say the series assault faring. Up heading into this season or steaming you could say in some ways british. Tt's almost back to normal with pro-am pairings. Going the right wins again. When i lost counted Twelve gt three entries schedule for this year from six manufacturers which is a pretty decent effort all told fourteen. Cars from from eight different manufacturers. Gd for it's a tricky when you can look at it. Two different ways and say actually british teased on well to get. The grit has an equally. You could say well should be higher. But then the caveat to that is perhaps we were spoiled before the pandemic and this is just the reality of Of what motorsport in the international sense is like at the moment. I mean i know you wrote a column recently for the magazine talking about the pent up. Demand of club racing and the bump grids there but gt racing is quite a bit more expensive. When you look at the piece of kit drives going out there with njit three ending easy for you mentioned there about the silver silver pairings being banned last year if anything was a bit of an outlier in that sense given the there were a few drivers that were looking to the european series or Had been planning to do something else. Wed than the pandemic hit and plans changed in quite a lot of the silver entries that we ended up with last year. Were were very last minute. Affairs then ended up dominating the season than we only had four races which are actually won by pro-am perrin's all the rest were were silvers.
Would You Rather? Make Better Use of Your Time With This Strategy
"Tip is to recognize the choices. You are making about how you use your time when you see the opportunity cost of your actions more clearly you'll be able to make better choices. Elementary school age kids often enjoy playing a game called. Would you rather you ask another person which of to unappealing and unlikely hypothetical situations they would prefer. Would you rather have a slug. Climb into your ear or an aunt. Climb into your nose. Would you rather drink a hamburger smoothie or a spinach flavored. Milkshake challenge an eight year old. To come up with a would you rather and you will likely get some creative and gross scenarios. Would you rather turns out to be a good game for adults. To pose to ourselves to though not about cringe inducing hypotheticals but rather about how we'd like to use our time. Would you rather hit snooze or get in run today. Would you rather scroll through instagram or call your sister. Would you rather stay in the warm shower or reveal your calendar before you're ninety m call. Time is absolutely limited. The mightiest among us has just twenty four hours in a day and all the money in the world cannot buy you a second more. This means that inherent in any use of time is the loss of another way. We might have spent those minutes. If you hit snooze you will sleep a bit more even if it's not great sleep but you will give up the time to exercise before work if you keep scrolling through instagram. You'll let the moment pass for calling your sister in london before she's asleep if you stay in the warm steamy shower pleasant. That may be. You won't have time to prep for the day before you are going full steam now. This might seem obvious but the reason this matters is that we often approach time with. Yes or no questions. Do i want to hit snooze too. I wanna see what's next in my instagram feed. The default answer is we'll sure why not but when we reframe the question to ask whether we would rather do a given easy activity or do something else we value. We can answer in a more thoughtful way
"steam" Discussed on Steam Talk
"Went to a really cool. Talk at sixty. And that's Society integrative comparative biology They have their conference right now. And just let some really fun. Talks that There was one group that was studying frogs. And how they how they kick their eggs like the males will let go onto like a batch of aids kingdom and just like that tennis stock. This really Fun I also like to keep up with some of the old research that i did on Even malaria and he must parasites and how those effect bird populations so some of the old stuff that i worked on before. I also really enjoy kind of keeping up with. I also want to know why they kick their eggs teaching them sock these teaching them how to be frogs at a young age. I guess learning all right and thinking outside of your own kind of research area. What are some stem topics that kind of piqued your interest. I've always been interested in like the matt side of things like explain certain things like a kind of tied with inbreeding Specifically but like equations or whatever that it can explain like or predict even like results such as this. It's not like a simple thing where you like would plug something into an equation. Tell me why we result about the inbreeding. Like the preferences are the way they are or something like that but you know something like reliably predict. Something's occurring mathis power may but its power. Is there any specific like math Thing that you've read recently that so bad about reading recently. I think i remember a zombie. Mathematics paper one. Oh yeah that's true. I like like funny stuff like that like situations that never hopefully that simple paper or something. That's like hey this situation Could we model and predict what could happen like in that situation branching like modeling a zombie outbreak depending on different things like What happens if we quarantined everyone. Actually it was one of them or what happens if we introduce the vaccine question. You know outcomes of that so sounds like we're going to figure that out actually in real time presenting that maybe a different different virus. But i mean what does happen when me ask people to quarantine. We'll have to find out. That's a really fun application of mathematics. I really liked that like just. It's almost like philosophy to like. You have to kind of like come up with an idea to figure out equation for and you don't have to worry about collecting data ford or anything like that. Come with a cool. Yeah yeah you don't have to go risk your life Data now oregon kicked for those. That don't like mud all right so we'll thank you guys so much for your time we just wanted to end with are there other organizations you wanna highlight platforms that you wanna talk about before we end our interview in. This can be outside of academics. Like maybe if you want us to check out something that you've been working with the are fan of we'd be we'd happy here it. I guess the main thing i could think about which is like the biology rso's here which is By sigma which we have the chapter of here which resided i. Both numbered are members. Ellen served on the executive board for I'm not. I mean just a member right now but That kind of the goal of that among many things at least for graduate students. One big thing is getting experienced writing grants which i think is really cool because at least if we stick with the field of going to be coming p is professors and stuff like that grant writing so really important skill to develop. Yes they all do. Things like professional develop events of development events and also just like Social get together such nice like kind of a group that is a good for socially for the department. That sounds like a lot of good things. They have going on for him like a definitely good experience to figure how to write grants. Like you'll definitely need that. I mean that's a skill that vanity jumps so your minds again the name of that by sigma phi beta lambda chapter thing but just it would be sigma an issue awesome. Sounds like a great organization. Shout yeah and we'll link put links in the show now to slough. Rosario any other organizations we at sadness will will put links in about that but any other things you wanna talk about. Have my l. website pup navigator which is an expansion of the responded to have that science advocacy. Instant actually does a lot of stuff. So i talked about them in the context of and helping me but they do Fellowships like these different fellowships to support various science communication projects in. They have a lot of cool stuff coming out of their program. So i was just one of the fellows in in the fall semester and there were a bunch of other people doing some really cool projects if you go onto their site and check it out. They've got a lot next year if a lot going on. Though that one's definitely worth it out you say that organization on Yes the science advocacy institute. The signs advocacy institute will have a link in the show notes. All right well thank you guys so much for your time. It was a fantastic fantastic talk. Thank you for listening to season two episode. Two of the steam talk podcast brought to you by seamaster illinois state university. We'd like to think. Rosario modern flora's and ian ryan's for taking the time to be interviewed by us. It was great to hear about sickness science communication and their research projects. Be sure to visit steam talk. Podcast up blueberry dot com for show notes episode transcripts and more also. Ian ryan's has kindly provided us with a video of his crickets performing their mating ritual which will also be available on our website. Our season two theme is devotion by jim hall. You can hear more of jim's work by following link our website. If you enjoyed this podcast be sure blake route and subscribe on whatever platform you use. Follow dean talk on facebook twitter and instagram for the latest info and news. See you next time..
"steam" Discussed on Steam Talk
"Even if you don't want to even if you're crying even if you're feeling down even if you feel like giving up you're still show up everyday discuss show up you're going to do is just walk through the door. You're halfway there actually doing the work.
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"Yeah so you know. He initially was you know. He was like banished from the catholic church for research thing. You know over time. Even though we're centuries later and we now understand the earth is spherical revolves around the sun will still have you know a certain sect in society that are flat earthers but that number is literally growing. I mean it is getting more is increasing every year rather on decreasing. Yeah so that's about. That is just satire facebook pages and i'm looking at some of these means people are posi and just to trigger other people just for the sake of it. I have to wonder. I really question is supposed to be funny because if you really believe this i am astounded. I mean i think i do wonder similarly. I wonder sometimes did someone create this. Facebook page is a joke and then people actually believed it. You know and then rate like they're afraid to take they want to see you know. How many people can we get that kind of thing. I had a friend bought into that was messaging me. Because he knew i was a geologist. Listen you got to check this out. The earliest holy flat. I'm interested in you ton of videos articles and that's all he talked about right. I had backfired tacked so hard. I was just like no. I was just like no stop sending stuff. It's garbage looking at it. This is wrong and it was just so convinced in this way of thinking. And i just realized one day that i can't change people's minds i can't come in. They how backfire effect themselves right. Yeah and i do think though we have to try as educators. We have to try which is impossible right it does. It was my super hard just gave knowledge that to begin. It is super hard to maintain this level of emotional control in their only handful of times. When i've actually accomplish it right..
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"How can question can educators science combat science in the classroom. And i think our initial Go to is to be like look at all the data you know. This is an i think we're not realizing especially when we're educating non scientists like you know. I was teaching for a long time in the biology. One course and we're not realizing that you know while the valuing of all that empirical data is a value we hold because we are members of the scientific community. That's not value that the general public necessarily holds. In fact there is some Some research to indicate that non-scientists actually value anecdotal stories over empirical evidence so the story of one person versus hundreds or thousands of people is more credible. Because there's a story that goes along with it to which they can identify and You know it could. It feels real to them. Whereas a bunch of data points on a graph. Do not feel real. So i think that's important for us to remember as educators that if we're going to overcome science denial we need to Help science denying students identify with the scientific community income to value on accuracy in our evaluation. How that is the purpose of this. Podcast hate that information and be able to digestible for the main digestible for the public. So the more accepted included in part of the scientific process and such that. Science is approachable to everyone. Even able choose not to be a scientist absolutely. I think there has to be some level of literacy if you don't understand what's going on. There's no way you can be able to identify something that isn't possible but if you are scientifically literate. It's easier for you to identify pseudo-science. See i'm not going to buy into that. Paper published in two thousand seventeen that looked at how prevent science denial and use. They found that science now happens when we talk of climate. Change the current. Among england. Kerr's among anglo americans near most which is very interesting..
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"The only circumstances in which performance orientation actually gives you like a an advantage is in highly highly competitive situations such as medical school or a you know so there are circumstances where master earth. Sorry performance in tation is i guess. A tool that is useful for that context but by and large when we're talking about our students in k. Through twelve end in college generally speaking master orientation is the way to go like when you orients towards mastery you become more successful in that makes sense that makes total sense when you go out into the work field. Your gpa doesn't matter grades don't matter what they want to know if you need the skills that they need to perform that job or even more importantly if you've reached an impasse if you encounter a problem can you figure it out on your own right because i mean as a supervisor of people bothered with the minutia you know what i mean like the one of the biggest things i look for when i'm hiring someone is can someone problem solving figure stuff out or at least take a really good stab at it before they can ask for help. You know what i mean. It's not that. I don't mind helping. It's just that if i spend all that time showing people how to overcome relatively minor problems in their jobs. Then i don't have a job. You have somebody you're right because you're busy trying to sell his. Yeah probably so. I mean it's just it's stuff like that. It doesn't matter what subject you're talking about. What major is what. You're is what your major is doesn't matter what your major is. You know those are that mindset toward learning the knowledge in mastering the information is successful right in the real world right. Yeah so we look at things like science and we look at things like science. Why why is the question of the day is why aren't being children. Absorbing this information components you said one of the components you said was because on have focused on on on the information but have this. There seems to have this cloud of surrounding science and is just growing as we move forward in time. Well i mean. I actually think mentioned children i..
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"Then you know we're telling them or you know sometimes. We are intimidated by the fact that they can ask questions that we don't know the answers to yet. And you know that's a problem. I mean right to empower them to ask questions not shut them down because we feel like crap. I don't know the answer to that. You know what i mean. I guess many times. That's the fear behind doing something different than planting in preaching call. It you plant yourself and you appreciate your students and That's the fear behind. That is that we're afraid that they're going to venture out into an unknown space. Conceptual space that. We don't know how to handle but all the more reason we should do it right. I agree with that. That's why scientists exciting and fun. So i agree. And i think that like you said the biggest issue right now is getting children to think for themselves and be able to apply things and so many things doors opportunities can will themselves into fruition if we just let them think and be able to be afraid of being wrong. Not being afraid of thinking abstractly. I once took a class and i wrote. It was a homework assignment. And i wrote down my answer and my professor was like i've never had anyone answer at that way. That is very interesting way to think of it. And we had an entire conversation on it and she didn't schooled me and say this is not the way you're supposed to think instead she foster that said. Wow you're the only one who answered it in this kind of way. Let's build on that. And i think that's super important e when you're young when you're super young building that confidence that it's okay to be wrong. It's okay to find new ways to get around the problem. In fact you know. I had a graduate diana professor in graduate school His name is dr hanan at eastern michigan. His awesome a botanist. And as well as you majors undergrad. I never took a botany class. Thought plans for dumb. And i then went and got my masters in ecology so i had to take a bunch of plant classes baker bonnie classes because i had to make up for what i didn't get zuhdi low plants now..
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"And hence they stopped having their own ideas in writing. They stop asking questions. And i think you know. We get really frustrated as educators because students don't think for themselves but we have to remember that they are a product of the system. Right right In the same goes for students. don't retain knowledge. you know. I hear this from my colleagues a lot that they memorized so for the test and then they forget it right afterward but we're not asking them to do anything different. We are not creating a system that necessitates different type of learning. So why why would they do anything you know. So i don't know i feel like the as educators. We have the ability to kind of values certain types of thinking and learning and those values need to be reflected in how we educate. And if they're not then we can't really expect students of any age to behave like scientists if we're not structuring or instruction like signs actually works i agree with that and another component that came to my mind as you were explaining that is the understanding of information and i have a really great example. Math math is a sore subject for many people. They struggle in that class in a math classroom. They are taught these equations and cut and dry to the point. Here's an equation solve it. Show me the stats and how you solve that. Memorize this procedure. Now apply it to this identical problem right but he soon as you step into a classroom you can you can take a calculus class you can take calculus to and be really good s solving those equations but you step into a classroom science base that uses math and you're doing a simple word problem that only requires multiplication or division. And you can't figure out the setup because you don't know how to apply it to that particular story problem right. And i see a lot in the people get turned off by that. I think what happens..
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"Dr darter dr garner is not only a professor in the school of biological sciences. But she's also the director at the center for mathematics science here at illinois state university most importantly though she is also curator of this amazing podcasts. That you're listening to right now. So have you ever been curious. What's at the heart of science denial. What drives worthy components that make someone denies science. How do teachers try to tackle this challenge on a day-to-day basis. Well dr diner will be discussing with us first hand with her educational research that sheds light on science and within the classroom. Steam talk is now in greetings..
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"How much water we could use the house, how much clean water we could use out of the taps and how much we're going to have to reuse water like basically one bathtub full everybody takes a bath in one after the other type of thing. So that, really drove home to me how important water is our daily lives got pretty disrupted by not having access to water every day. and that kind of spurred my interest in you know water clean water access to water that led me kind of into the field that I'm in today. Yeah. So the area since like such as the place that you grew up and is going through an extreme drought what happens to the Aquifer. Is there any sub subsidence subsidence? Yeah. So where I live, we were getting all of our water from a reservoir. So we weren't accessing groundwater in fact most of Africa. Does it really tap into its groundwater resources yet. So it's a huge untapped. Water resource for them. But yeah a lot of places with drought. If especially, if you're still having withdrawals from your groundwater system, you have subsidence occur and that creates compaction. It means you can never really refill your groundwater up to the same level that it was before. So that motivated you, right. So yeah. Yeah. I got I like it really hit home I'll wait what is really important. You know like as a kid, you suddenly not being able to have something that you wanted. Like. You know makes you think about how important it is. And That drought had nothing to do with like how humans were using the water wasn't like we were suddenly over. Using. Way Too much water we ran out it was just the the climate got a little drier for five or so years, and we gradually just we didn't have enough water running into our reservoir. So we didn't have enough water to drink type of thing So sort of. Really illustrated to me that kind of connection between the larger earth and how it works and how climate patterns and weather patterns work and the consequences that can have one little household Ray Yeah and it could have been anywhere in the world that was just where I happened to love at the time. Right. So is that area like is that normal like typical pattern? To see in that area for seven years, you go through a drought or it's not uncommon for areas of Africa, in general experienced drought. So in you know, for example, like a few years ago there wasn't a really big drought in South Africa part of South Africa in Cape Town almost ran out of water. So very similar type of situation in some ways so. Yes especially when you don't have ax if you're really dependent upon your surface water systems, you very much more susceptible to changes in climate and droughts and things like that. In the southwestern United States, we kind of get around the fact that weather might be really dry at times because we pipe water in from other states essentially to help maintain water supply to places like, Phoenix, and L..
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"How did you get involved in? In this in hydrology and everything that you love to do when I was growing up we. Didn't grow up in the United States I grew up in mostly in South Africa, and we had this really long period of drought of his seven years was hardly any rain and gradually we were using we just had less and less water and we put on these very strict rations how much water we could use the house, how much clean water we could use out of the taps and how much we're going to have to reuse water like basically one bathtub full everybody takes a bath in one after the other type of thing. So that, really drove home to me how important water is our daily lives got pretty disrupted by not having access to water every day. and that kind of spurred my interest in you know water clean water access to water that led me kind of into the field that I'm in today. Yeah. So the area since like such as the place that you grew up and is going through an extreme drought what happens to the Aquifer. Is there any sub subsidence subsidence? Yeah. So where I live, we were getting all of our water from a reservoir. So we weren't accessing groundwater in fact most of Africa. Does it really tap into its groundwater resources yet. So it's a huge untapped. Water resource for them. But yeah a lot of places with drought. If especially, if you're still having withdrawals from your groundwater system, you have subsidence occur and that creates compaction. It means you can never really refill your groundwater up to the same level that it was before. So that motivated you, right. So yeah. Yeah. I got I like it really hit home I'll wait what is really important. You know like as a kid, you suddenly not being able to have something that you wanted. Like. You know makes you think about how important it is.
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"So if you WanNa see what people are doing, you should you can just go to the data and. Test it yourself I mean you have to have some quantitative skills right you have to know how to work with date into some kind of analyses, but but sciences working really hard to be transparent because part being a good scientists and doing it sciences making it reproducible. So right other people should be able to go look at what you did take the same data you used get the same or very, very similar result with using a very similar approach. Yeah. And you are very comfortable with working with large data sets. So there are people that you worked on with rivers. Rivers I'm sorry leaks. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Worked on the paper that was like several hundred lakes and then I we finished another one where we worked with you know many more lakes looking at ice covering loss of ice cover, and then right now I'm just starting on a project where we're using satellites to collate color, and that is like mind boggling because there's like eighteen million lakes in the world. So that is a very, very large amount of data when you start looking at all of those lakes and how they've changed over the season's right yeah. So do you like any programs like our? Our is a fantastic program to us, open source lots of people use it for lots of different. Tools you can do you know data analysis on it. You can look at how many tweets there are certain subjects using. Our can do it's really very powerful and frady. So that's that's one of the reasons are growing so fast. For my remote-sensing project I, actually work with people who have huge ts in in. Dealing with remote sensing images and those kind of violence data. So they're they're using a lot of tools like that NASA has built for extracting images from satellites and things like that too so. Yeah satellite road sensing is become very popular in many fields studies. Yeah it gets used for like everything I mean whether predictions right is the simplest most common way satellite information gets used but Yeah. Tracking the plumes from wildfires tracking dust plumes like tracking. You know ships across as they move across the ocean understanding, Lake water temperatures, or late color or. How fast the rainforest is growing, you know it's amazing way for us to collect information about places. We just couldn't really get to physically very easily, right? Yeah. So so how did you get involved in? In this in hydrology and everything that you love to do when I was growing up we. Didn't grow up in the United States I grew up in mostly in South Africa, and we had this really long period of drought of his seven years was hardly any rain and gradually we were using we just had less and less water and we put on these very strict rations.
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"Right don't even really go ice fishing or anything like that. So yeah, the winters are definitely warmer than they used to be when I was a little kid, our neighbors had snow mobile. Lined up in their backyard and they have like little. cards, but like little places where they can like store them on time. And he would play on them all day long. Yeah. Just pretend like were riding motorcycles and stuff. Didn't care and now that I'm older my uncle, he's really into snowmobiling. Now they have to go all way up to Michigan. Yeah exactly. That's basically what's going to happen. If you'd like winter sports, you're just GONNA have your further north, right? You know ice fishing or snowmobiling or skiing or something like that. Yeah. Yep. What super interesting is even though we're losing a lot of the snow. Accumulation every winner. The bitterness is still there. Like, for example, like. Of there being a winter. Like, last year and the year before we have polar vortexes. Yes. New. I feel like, yes it is a little new in fact, it's so new that. You know scientists didn't really have a lot of data on them because they don't they didn't to occur very often right. But nowadays, you think about our modern way of doing sciences like weather stations all over the world. So when a polar vortex happens tons of data comes in from all these weather stations, scientists can use their computer models to analyze all these data, and basically what is happening with these polar vortex is, is we get right a big pulse of cold air. Down from the north, but the reason we get that airs 'cause there's a big pulse of warm air being pushed up to the north. In fact, there's so much warm air accumulating around the equator that it it has to go somewhere just can't build up and build up there. So that warm air kind of pushes north and when it pushes up north on one side of the globe, the other side of the globe gets a downward hit of the cold Arctic air and so. What has been happening to us the last few winters. Yeah. So climate change isn't just about global warming I mean it could change in any temperature and sense about just changes in all aspects of climate. So getting warmer getting cooler in some places. For example, there are on average many lakes around the world are warming, but there are actually getting cooler and that's not what you would necessarily expect. Right. But those lakes are getting cooler because there's glacial meltwater coming into the Lake and now the glaciers are melting faster. So there's more cold water coming into the lake every summer, and so over the long run actually..
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"Message. What's your favorite smell? My favorite smell. What's your least favorite smell now? What is your favorite smell? I love right after his reign. That's a good one right after rain. And it's Kinda late. Got All the crap to air got out of pollinator air right after it rains it. Just I love that smell. I don't even know what you're just fresh Barack after rain is one. Ah I love that smell you know what I do. I love like sitting by fireplace. I love the smell of a fireplace. I love the smell. Vokes burning leaves. When you're driving around during the fall in love the smell of Plato? You love the smell of Plato. I think love the smell of Plato. I hadn't tested in so long but that was a great toy back in the day you know so I got grandkids now than we occupied. Hey play with Plato and sherline is it's like yeah. You can play with that as soon as poppy star stops sniffing mechanic. Plato it's awesome. I love that stuff Got Another one. Good Charles is gear feel last year's bright masters chances. I'll just call us. Let you know that we ought to step. You'll gain aamer this year because I'm planning on coming in the next I saw a couple of shots last year. Issue like news is not as treason season and by diligence. A Lot. Not on the sale way. So you don't take me down. Watch step so I was just leaving a message for you. So happy. Game doesn't come to another or gear Garrett cliff I notice our podcast toil minutes on a question You know and I'm not so sure we've even have we invited shift back for the defending champion. I know but he gets to pick out the debt and everything. Yeah you know. The Black Masters is wanted. A coolest thing that we've ever done Ever done You and by the Chateaux Eli and danger. So cool is such to really just a fun day and sherline cooks fuss and everything when everything's over and get to see all the kids but define we have playing golf and the calls we get now. We had a grant hill now. We had a C. Web. Now we had a best Carter I just just hang opposite Gary Sheffield I just bumped into head read. He's like you know man. I gotTa play in a black masses. Ken Griffey junior late. You'll man I gotta play but just to have some event the just bond is a break US pretty much at the end of the play offs and fellowship. I mean it just such a fun day it was a that was a great. After the first one was fun it was just four no but last year when we had two foursomes and we all went to the House eight barbecue. Yes song out. told stories. I know it was it was but it was so cool because like I say we got these other world class athletes calling US WANNA get in there like and it is so much fun and But we appreciate you all come to your house or land cooking everything our pleasure and you wouldn't believe how many guys I'll be hitting balls guys. Just walk up. When's the is going to have the black masters out here again? All these always buddies of mine. We're going to start getting a gallery day. I'll tell you what man I look forward to that every year so gary we got to step out cooking and I was kidding. Chef court is going to be back. Yeah but also we can't win 'cause he's not a good winner. It was a pretty easy walk in the park. Yeah it was a great to see Grant Hill Events Carter at their if there was somebody that I would want to hand the black jacket to as the first black masters champion it was certainly Gary Sheffield Alma if you would like to leave a message for chuck on his outdated answering machine gene. Here's the number to call four. Oh four nine. Eight seven zero three three zero four zero four nine eight seven zero three three zero again again. That number four zero four nine eight seven zero three. Three zero operators are standing by. But you get the answering machine. That's it for the steam team room the very first episode WanNa thank Tim Kylie are longtime producer for joining. US WanNa thank y'all for listening in and remember remember Chuck's answering machine you. You might actually make the steam room podcast. We'll see you next time.
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"I'll have more after this. That is hard hitting so what Chuck Dateline Arizona Jagger Woodard Dollars from the most support dogs crack. Yes I command in. Your town of Scottsdale has registered a beehive as his emotional support pet and he went to a website called. USA Service Dog Registration Registration Dot com successfully registering a picture of a beehive as a service. Animal thought it was hilarious and a lot of people were getting upset. Just come on man. How about in your could what about Tarantulas that you do that for yourself? No No dudes on that. Show what you get bit by different animals. You seen that one. No it's called something. Pain pain built these two guys and they put spiders and stuff and different animals and they let him bite them That's a stupid so this are you saying that if somebody wants to get on you can only read for two things a dog in a horse this guy wants to register as bi. You imagine that you get on a flight and the next Jack. TUCK dateline your favorite town Vegas. Some looney ben is putting tiny cowboy hats on pages I saw. Did you unsolvable mystery is hitting the the streets of Las Vegas. Pigeons are wearing tiny cowboy. Hats it's not clear who provided the birds with their headwear. But it is certainly attracting a lot of attention with with video going viral on social media. I think that's hilarious. How do you believe that the Animal Agency Ernie Advocacy Agency says the the This is a pigeon positive. Experience that easy to just grant and put a hat on him now. I really quick. Is there a little string underneath. I mean it is Vegas. You might be a fighter and you've got to be able to you because how do you hold the pigeon and they're wondering if they're glue and a hat on and are they but somebody else elsa saying it's a pigeon positive experience. Well there's there's obviously two sides. This is chuck you think these guys feel better about themselves. 'cause they're wearing a cowboy royal Their their wonder the the advocacy group is also worried about negative impact. gluing the hats on offense it I do believe is glued John Because I don't see a string and they would probably Flou- or Baker Peckham a somebody. That's just weird Dateline Chapel Tae. Check the food. Place the food place. Yeah See O'Brien one of your favorites. I like SUPPO- type. Because they have a very. They're very clean. Apparently the CEO. Brian Nickel has nurses is on call. So if you call in sick they come see you to see if you've sick or hung over okay. Aaa can't fool anyone. Apparently with a fake sick day reporting to their CEO nurses can check on employees. Who Call in sick to see if they're genuinely L.? Why not just hung over? That's absolutely just a stupid idea. Personally don't you get sick. Days don't built sick days built into their I where every now and then you just need a sick day. I don't write them. I just read them earn some days. You just hung over I was Gonna ask you that I mean so. They're going to send a nurse Sir. How yes so so now you gotta go to work? Well you a lot of people go to work with hangovers us. When I tell a lot of people I mean me so keep they keep up a lot to keep? Because there's a bunch of those places that's a lot of nurses to keep on retainer right I just I I would think that you pulled. They must be rolling del. If they're able to do I like to Poli. What do you get there I'll get the brown rice. No most Burgas I get the brown rise I get a double chicken again We had her without. I get this the case Casal Cheese. I'm a I'm a I'm a fool for for wight Feel very good that they they have special cleaners. They're very proud of it They clean the tables. which should be out right up your alley at a Miley free? Cap is in the control room. Is it possible just to play that sound back one more for time from W. La q radio in Rome Georgia where I was on the morning Johnson reporting the Georgia corn producers fact-finding touring clinic includes today a prospective respective parents program sponsored by the pink ladies also under investigation of typewriter valued at two hundred fifty dollars from the hobby shop. I'll have more after this. It leads my hobby shop hobbies looking avenue. A fifty that was that was back in nineteen Seventy six seven. Wow that's unbelievable doing an internship at a country radio station in Rome. Georgia Tim. Kylie are longtime producer more of the steam steam room after this just I want to explain something if you're trying to get a hold of me through social media you know you can do that at Turner Sports Ej. That's my twitter handle on instagram on facebook. You can find me this guy here ear Wants no part of social media for whatever reason so if you WANNA get a message to chuck. We're going old school. Just the old voice smale message machine the answering machine. Remember those things. We've got one of those and go ahead. We we've got some callers you'll Resource Barclay leave a message America. What's up my question is? Would you rather join social media or become a vegetarian. Excellent question I if you. If you had ever had one of those social media via Vegetarian I would love to be a vegetarian I would you would do that before you social media Ernie. There's no chance there's no chance I'm gonNA social media either. Ernie I never I never understand like there's no perfect person we all human beings but I don't understand the fascination a nation why people have to be mean I. It's two things I hate about social media. You can say something you can say. I don't like Charles Barkley Something like that you can say and I have no problem with that but when people are mean it's kind of like I was thinking about by people and then what also draws like people complaining about the Peleton commercial like what kind of loser take time to complain about a stupid commercial and college sexist and all this other stuff. But here's the deal though chuck. If if whether you're on social media or not on social media people can say what they want about you. I'm not saying you need to be on there to answer. Answer those folks but I'm saying you've got some pretty good ideas that if you want to get them out there to millions of people that's what you tweet that that and it doesn't mean you have to respond to everybody says what you have for lunch today or I hate your show or anything like that but your message can get out to millions upon millions of people. Yeah we have like twenty two million people watching the show on. TBS every Thursday eight to TNT also that's TNT the N. T. you said TBS TBS TNT but so I haven't gotten to the point where I WANNA do that. I'm alleged you and shack. Hey y'all got a bunch of followers kindergart- too But I know check out a gazillion followers. Yeah if you were to be a vegetarian. What would be your go-to vegetable? Paul Green beans really. Oh Yeah I love to see that like like like. There's no question like there's no other vegetable out there well when I was doing weight watchers. Shout out to Liz Emma Girl Ellie who weighed me every two weeks. They have to teach me how to eat vegetables. Because for the last since I've been born I didn't eat any vegetable when I started weight. Watchers I rise corn and potatoes when I told him I said those I guess I guess stole the starches but I didn't eat any vegetables when I started with weight watchers and the two ladies they said I says I will try green beans. He's not love green beans necess- which we Brussel sprouts. I would never be Brussel sprouts did little balls nastiness. So what they did it was. They chopped the month of me now. I Love Brussel sprouts. They had to be specially if they're prepared with the butter and Bacon. No we don't know we don't do that. We all know you have butter if you're on a diet man. Also that's where I've gone around. No no that's why I was going around so they chop them up really fine. We cook 'em in olive oil and put some Turkey Bacon in there now. Yeah I love Brussel sprouts me too and I couldn't eat regular way either. No I hate little. Oh Yeah and then now I'll Indu I do cauliflower Broccoli. No corn on the cop no corn is a starch. Ernie you can't eat vegetable. No It's a star Come Mon- I'm telling you it's a start. I think it is no but but there's a vegetable a okay Bitcoin is not a great. If you're eating the husk might be a little. They do love corn but also but but qalifier same thing. You couldn't olive all roasted and put Parmesan Amazon cheese on it but Broccoli Broccoli Spinach who spent artichokes asparagus does has a no no spinach. No no no no no. You don't know what you're missing. No not stuff. We spent a lot of time on on that question question. But I guess so you would be a vegetarian before you'll join yes social. Let's go to the next.
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"Think again you talk about the optics. Yeah bad says one thing and I understand because opposite. I've been watching because they're not going to get the benefit of the doubt. I mean because everything has passed. It's kind of like this bill. Guilty guilty in innocence. They've crossed over into that territory. You would think somebody in that organization along in that hierarchy would say yeah. They're saying okay. Yeah we're rural. Came this trip for you guys to Cincinnati to shoot on our advance scouting and say well. Maybe that's not a great. Yeah maybe or at the very least tell the bengals. This is what we're doing. He says no chance look. We're horrible. We're not GonNa let you come shootout. You'd have to say but it's interesting to me because I like no nobody if I if a big guilty the pillars has to be severe but I just as much as I respect coach Belichick and Mr Crowd than those guys act cannot believe they would do something stupid. Planning simple of the Golden Globe nominations around. Let's let's see Netflix. Seventeen nominations including four award contenders in the best motion picture. Raise So how would you describe. Chuck Your Viewing Habits these days with all the changes in in television and media and how we watch things and do we watch streaming services. So What is must see tv for you Monday night? The good Doctor Must Z.. Amsterdam good doc in Amsterdam a must see TV semi you see to me. Chuck you sound like a guy who is was ignoring stream all the innovations and the way that you can binge watch things and record things and if if it doesn't fit into your schedule Agile you can watch it when it does seem like one of these guys who's just like well. There are only three channels and Mondays. I'm going to watch this. Are you trying to change Ernie. I'll probably watch out of one hundred percent. I Probably Watch sports sixty the time. Is that a high number or is that it'll see. I don't watch sports sixty percent of I'm addicted to football football basketball. I'll even watch baseball but if there is a hockey hockey but if there's a football aw game or basketball game I'll I WANNA watch. I love sports and every night. You Watch sports you can see something incredible like like taping this like what does people in Toronto. My favorite city dipa typical last night. Great I said it's toll people of Monroe we were doing guaranteed he says. What do you think reception? I guarantee he won't get a great reception because those people in Canada on believable and watching that game last night night man I just wore my heart because I I think that what drives me crazy is between us impeachment crap watching the news every day. Are you watching a lot of the impeachment crap. I'm watching none of it really is an interesting. I'm disgusted. I'm disgusted busted for the American people that every argument on any situation in his country comes down to what part of you with like. I consider myself I lean toward being a democrat. But I'm independent. I'm I think that I'm smart enough or good enough person that I can look at something and say that's right. That's wrong but when you watch the same person person talk and the Democrat says wanting and Republican says to other things. I'm just disgusted by the American people. Because nothing's going to happen like their job is to make America a degree to which it is in in the world but when I turn on TV every day. I'm sitting and say y'all just disagree on every subject. I'm discussed about that whole process process has this. Has This altered your view at all on the potential for you running for political office. Yes one hundred percent wouldn't do it. I would never do it because there's nobody in the world. I can get a guy from the Klu Klux Klan. Yeah and we wouldn't disagree on every subject when you watch TV every day. No matter what news organization you watch. They have to have two people on now. A Republican Democrat and day sales subject and disagree whether it's climate change healthcare the impeachment taxes. I just feel bad like y'all job is to make the American American life better not. I'm whatever trump does. I'm a Republican is good whatever trump does. I'm a Democrat is bad. I'm disgusted by the whole thing Just feel bad but I feel bad for the American people because I always tell people you know man in the real scheme of life. How much better does the president make your life? But but the congress disappointed make America a better and do not doing that now. They're not doing it now. And I'm disgusted. What Republicans and Democrats? I'm I'm disgusted by both of them. I can take it I can take it for a while and I find it really compelling TV for a while but once I past the hour or so and I'll have it on maybe in the background. Yeah what the arguments all sound. The same. And I've heard this. I heard this day. I read it on Wednesday. I heard it on Thursday. In all indulgent it is so. It's okay artists Sam and like come on if and you listening listen in the beginning like let me see if do did anything wrong then you liked. It is amazing to see something happen. Here's the headline for the hearings for that day. Yeah and then you watch the news and it's like well Republicans say I told you. They got nothing. Democrats say I told you we've got everything is a and you get tired of hearing that and if you get back to my original point was you turn on the news the first of all if you had the first of all. Yeah it's nothing but bad stuff and then you have to really good job like no man. That's a lot of good stuff happened. Not there you know what they did for Kawai in Toronto last night warmed my heart You know I was at the Obama summit a couple of weeks ago and they had all these They call them. Obama scholars our fellows and from all over the United States and all over the world and spent two days just listened to because really what is about just going back until community and I was like when I said you on the show that night. I was so inspired. Good like I say because you don't meet meet people every day who really trying to make the world a better place like these people like not we go back to our community. We WanNa make the world about a place because because when I turn on the TV. I'm like okay. I watch CNN. See what's happening in the world as you walked my local news. See what's happening and and CNN N N which. I love the talent we got but they spend the whole time talking about the president. I'm like can we talk about other stuff instead of just talking about the president and and in on local news like who all the crime that was committed within the first five to seven minutes. We're going to talk about local news. As a matter of in fact we have a special guest especial to us to say specialism for you folks out. They're going to say a slight exaggeration of big exaggeration. Tim Kylie joins us in our next segment. We're talking a proud of Pittsburgh. Yeah little only take about four South America. If I had a dollar airtime. He told told us he played with Dan Marino. IBM Air and I've been around. Dan Marino and Dan Marino was never mentioned him. It all comes up next and we certainly. You're enjoying your first visit to the steam room. podcast yes Ernie Johnson. Charles Barkley Special Guests Jim Kylie. You've heard him referred to on the air before yeah as tk okay. And what else do you call him. Hey what's his name fabric knocks producer. But I liked. Hey you you got. What twenty five years at turn sure? Yeah Hey is you get the paperweight. Yeah I want to get the thing. Ernie got used to live acrylic. What what kind of got changes already? Earning I got changes. 'cause I'm a producer heart. Can we do this then. Towels no why not. Why don't WanNa see Ernie by audited? Spotty nobody wants either of these bodies. We'll make me take my cap. I'm just it's giving suggestions. Okay says the steam room also knows. I heard earlier. Chuck you don't sign your balls anymore. I don't have my name put on my balls anymore. Does that help at all. No no no no no you got kind of going the old Johnny Carson Ego. Who's just kidding America? Call it and so what brings you into the steam steam room. GCA well I I have been told Ernie that are shared experiences and local. TV which you guys mentioned if it bleeds Leeds wherever but whatever we can come up with or came up with that was absolutely outrageously ridiculous. So so I honestly like to throw it over to you for your big anchor moment when I believe it was Spartanburg and the tape. Machines didn't work. Oh that was making making was your big moment though right and you were in the news director got near told you. Yeah we I mean. This goes way back. Chuck Stir because back when I was anchoring. The News and making we didn't have been have videotape at that. Point was still on film no for real and then we finally got videotape and anchoring the news and we only had like one machine they ran out of stuff off film and then there was one video tape machine and the news director told me we're having trouble with a machine so go ahead and lead to the story and if it if it doesn't show up we'll dip the black and you can apologize. It's not like he was still hope. Maybe the ceiling is going to work when we hit play so the first three stores. I did that night. I can't hill. Has that story look away dipped to black because the machine wasn't working come back to me. We hope to have that report support for the end of the newscast. The next one same thing happened. Let the next same thing that there was never thought like Tim Kylie Thought of. Let's juggle the show a little bit until the machine is ready. You just throw it in apologize. That's how they're three Rolex that oh my goodness yeah yeah. That was my first. That was my first TV. Somebody will get fired because that happened for. We'd make it into something good. Sometimes you just like a regular affiliate affiliate somebody's head would have to roll of you. You can make you can get wanted that you see it every now and then something happened but you did three in a row somebody head. It has the rolling back then. There were two stations and making channel thirteen and channel forty one and nobody wants gentle forty one. They only watched us on channel thirteen. We'd we'd been there the longest confident. Well it was true. I mean we could've put up a test pattern. It's six o'clock and beaten what they were doing but Yeah that was uh-huh which rotate cap.
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"Makes me dollars the navy first of all zero zero zero this whole first of all thing? That's one of the first things that I noticed about you. Nineteen years ago when he started working. Is that you prefaced much of what you say with first of all even if it's like the fourth item and you know I'm just trying to get my point across cross. I first of all I never get to second point across. I think that's a flaw in my master plan. Well for our our purposes today first of all is what the toughest thing about our job is when you have the criticized players and because listen most of us a ex players whether you work for espen. TNT CBS S. or the NFL. Today we never really WANNA criticize players coaches and but when players one don't play up the potential show or do stupid things. It's a awkward being forced so I was watching the guys on television all day and they were trying trying to explain Levian bill and the and the night of polling. Well you'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA miss the game with the flu but tonight before the game you're out bowling for three or four hours so if you're an NFL analyst are you trying to toe that line or what are you saying to levy on bill. That's best visually bad mentally bad. You can't put yourself in in that situation. You can't put your culture in that situation. You're disrespecting your teammates does just a bad look overall. I mean I don't know him at all but if I'm a miss a game with the flew out of respect for my teammates. I'm not probably going to be out having in fun. What are you doing if you're a team mate? I'm a well now. Do you approach him or does it depend on where you stand on that team if you're in a eighteen you a perfect example. I'm watching the President's Cup and they asked Roy mcelroy about Patrick Cheating last week in tournament. He says well this is what I would do. He says I wouldn't call them out publicly like two other players that doing but it's probably three times he said in his career he says let's go have lunch with a guy and he said hey. Am I going to say anything publicly but I think you need to be a little bit careful on the rules in this situation. I think the player and and I think that's the way you should hamlet. 'CAUSE 'cause I got mad at some of the pro golfers this year who were going at Bryson Decian bowl for slow play. I think you go to the tour. If you unhappy. How slow he is the player? But you probably see yeah see you were in that in that foursome are in some go to him privately. Okay I did not like the players killing him on twitter and because you know I. He's your she'll teammate. It really and you don't have to call him out publicly. You don't have to tweet and then when you when you start tween you let whole were give the opinion about that guy. And I don't like that but I liked the way Roy. mcelroy said he'd hamlet so what if a reporter asks you after your round and says what do you think about the slow play a Bryce into Shambo you say and I'm going to talk to him about that or no. Say No comment. You says listen best up to the tour till the enforce the rules is not up to me. I don't 'cause then what happens. Is You might be doing something wrong. And then he's going to call you Out so I think there's a better way to handle things like I say I love the way mcelroy said he says I would invite a guidelines and say hey listen I oh I think you might have to be really Kevin his rule situation and he said he gave like three or four perfect examples. Now if you go a couple of guys went to twitter just killed them. I don't think that's the way you do it. Isn't that the way it is these days. Yeah Yeah but listen. Ernie we all in this thing together. I I think that and I think you have to be smart enough to know also like once I started Santa publicly about a Guy Omar team or another pl- it's going to go viral. You have to. That's the way you have to take now and Levy on bail should have been smart enough like hey. I'm not plan. I've got the flu. We're losing we're losing if I go bowling because that was the first question. Listen to coach was asked the next day not. Hey we got Lamar Jackson this week. WHO's the MVP? Hey Levy on bail was out bowling in the the night before the game. I don't think that's fair like I say I don't think it's fair to the coach and I don't think it's fair to his team has a terrible look terrible. Yeah the the second segment the way we planet at this point at least is is going in the news and it doesn't have to be obviously. NBA related. It can just be sports related or something happening in the world and you kind of went there already with Patrick read but let me but let me start there. When you saw the video of him in the waste bunker yes taken to practice swings and taking club back through the sand? Yeah which is a violation of the rule. I mean he says if you do something unintentionally that breaks the rules. It's not considered cheating. But he's wrong because he first of all it was intentional. It looked that way to me and look to anybody who got to us. Like and I'm I'm always leery Aqa tennis somebody cheating. I mean because like sometimes it's an accident that was flagrant own TV and golf. You have to call a c one thing about golf wanting admire Mara about golf is. It's the only sport where you call penalties on yourself like a guy. Hey guys never gonNA say hey. Don't count that basket. I travel travel. Hey listen the guy missed a shot because I hit him on how by held him a little bit but golf is the only sport or does it be only and it's what what golf prides itself on that We we we kinda monitor ourselves and we know because you got so much action going on over so many eight years and that kind of thing. That's the only thing about televised golf too. That sometimes drives me crazy. I don't think I don't think they'll watch your. Yeah but I don't name they they call the two or they call able to happen. No I think I saw. They wanted to change a rule that once. You're off the air. Did you regard that. They shouldn't let bands call and call penalties but there was a kid. I can't remember his name about three weeks ago. Shot a great round and he was given out balls after the round and he realized he had switched balls doing around he called a Pilione itself. Yeah like I want to do it that I mean I got a bunch of bishop constantly running out of balls. No I'm constantly. You just have to give away at the people. I got plenty of anybody who got hit by one of my tee shots. I have that ball back. Yeah but I stopped. Put My name on my my balls because people walk up to me. I used to get my name. I thought it was cool. You know because Tiger got his name on his ball profession row Gulf but I I thought it was cool to balls for free. I got my name put on them and then I would have people out there. You reckon have Charles Barkley golf exaggerate. I've probably had twenty people throughout the last few years. Come up to me and say hey that you play well yeah plays apparently one of your balls and I'll just start laughing so now I I don't put my name on my balls anymore. Remember Duffy Waldorf. Oh yeah he used to have like artwork on his stuff and I played whistling in straight the day after the they had the PGA championship for the first time. And my son Eric Route. They're playing. They kept it a big media thing on the day after and in a water hazard where I was looking for my ball. You found one founded Duffy. Waldorf fall had this beautiful sunset and palm trees withdrawn on there. It's got a golf course. Give play the Gusta you have once was it all. It was the greatest day of my life. Gulf lies Sar- SAR- Sarah Sarah No Golf Wise. uh-huh 'cause it was with my dad. I had arranged for him to play Augusta National For his fiftieth wedding anniversary. Wow for for he. And My mom's fiftieth and it took a while to schedule wise to make it work. Admit it was decided it would be December Tenth Nineteen Ninety Eight. Wow and just so happened. The League was in lockout at that point December of Ninety Eight and my dad called me said what are you doing. I said not much kind of waiting for these guys start playing again. He said got an opening for that around it Augusta's also so we went down there and you'd think on on December tenth. What's the weather going to be like? It was about sixty five. Oh that's perfect. It's the one round of golf chuck that you wanted to go slower. Yeah there were so few people out there just play and you've went in. There was nothing to hold you up and all of a sudden you look up on your on the seventeenth. Teenage male only got two holes left so they say they said. Can you play Augusta. It looks flat on television with us to Hilas. Course there's lots of hills and there's no In order to not like if you go in the rough it's not like it's this real real the heck is it because I was in a few times but it looks it's like every blade of grass there has one person taking care of it. I mean everything is just perfect and and it was awesome. What it it was so narrow zone a play with a lot of pros and they have said to me is to eat as golf course until you get to the Greens? Yeah I mean I'm not ever going to call any golf course easy. Yeah but the thing that scared me the most obviously was the Greens. Because you you you hear about these lightning lightning list and and so I was afraid to hit it on the first hole I left to put about ten feet shorts as you gotta hit. I said I'm afraid I'm afraid if I too hard it's GonNa wind up going off the front of the green in the fairway but yeah it's it's everything you thought it would be and And my dad only lost one ball that day. He hit a ball in the water on sixteen on the par-three and I was right of the green in the pine in Straw. Above the green coming downhill yobs coming downhill from there. And so I was he said Dopey laughing about your dad. Losing the ball here because you could could still lose this. That's one of those one of those things Play a gust of one time. I actually like to go to the masters one time I think at that some point and hopefully somebody give me a ticket. Let's move from from Patrick. Read to your Buddy Bill Belichick. So is this is this. There's something in your mind or is this Everybody pumped the brakes. Because they've yeah he just for background bill. Bill is one of my really really good friends. He's somebody I really admire really respect. And it's this patriots film crew that this show and they're they're filming filming the Cincinnati Cleveland Game The week before the Patriots played the Bengals who had not given. They're like Oh yeah. Go ahead we. We're fine to me the patriots. Mr Kraft's Jonathan Burge and obviously bill. They've been great to me. I go to see Patriot Games all the time. Well I it is. I would be totally shocked if they would add stupid. I can't imagine them being that stupid. After all other stuff has happened like I would be totally shocked if they were that stupid because that that that would be just like. Nah You you guys are really think y'all above the law. The do that again..
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