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Dallas Mavericks Sign Free Agent Frank Ntilikina
"The mass have a whole new front office in a whole new coaching staff. With jason kidd coming in. So i think there will be at least some sort of honeymoon. I don't know exactly. How long is all these new key. Figures get used to each other. But you're you're absolutely right. I mean dallas had big ambitions in free agency. They wanted to get kyle lowry. They thought lowry would be an ideal fit next deluca given his defense leadership being an old head the way and still shoot it lowry. They thought was ideal. Lowery went to miami forced his way there in a sign and trade and dallas's moves have also been just of the around the edges variety bringing in reggie bullock. I reported this week that they're close to signing frank ntilikina. That should happen but the mavs have not been able to make the splashy move and really. They're splashing move is going to have to be. Can they get kristaps porzingis. Back to the level he was playing at in the walt disneyworld bubble before he he sustained the second major knee injury of his
The Apple Watch Series 7 Is Here
"Joining us is our resident wearable guru scott stein. Welcome scott. hey thanks router so. The apple watch com got buried underneath the attached for the new iphone thirteen. And that's natural. Most folks are going to gravitate towards the phone. But it's notable because it actually got a redesign. How is the series. Seven different from previous innovations. Well it's weird because all the rumors have been pointing towards something really big in terms of the design. And what we got was not a big redesign. It looks mainly got a larger screen. Which happened with the series four. So it's another bump up in reducing the basil's it curves a little around the edges which is interesting for apple because they don't really play with that much but we've seen things like that and other devices otherwise it looks exactly the same and then all the claims after that are about things like durability in faster charging what were your initial impressions It doesn't seem like you were that impressed. No i totally was not impressed. I was pretty letdown for me. It's that it looks like apple. Knows they have a successful product and they are kind of sitting a little still with it and to. I miss the days. When wearables experimented more. I think that the landscape right now is is looking at a lot of new Health tech and sensors samsung's galaxy watch for the pit sense. Admittedly a lot of these may fall flat. And you know they're weird body analysis. I don't need that The stress sensor. But i also think apple's behind on things like sleeps sleep tracking Being able to maybe pull more with the optical heart rate sensor temperature which could be used potentially for competitors do things like wellness readings and readiness scores. So yeah let down
18 Months Into the Pandemic and the USA Is Still Looking Grim
"Are the numbers on kovic. Eighteen months in about one hundred and fifty thousand. New cases are still being reported every single day in the us and more than six hundred sixty six thousand people in this country have died from cova. That's one in every five hundred of us joining us now to give us the latest is. Npr health correspondent rob stein. Robert situation sounds and seems pretty grim. Walk us through police if you could where things stand with the pandemic in the us. Yeah you know. The numbers are still staggering. About one hundred fifty thousand people are still catching the virus every day for the ninety six thousand or so sick. They're in the hospital and more than eighteen. Hundred people are still dying every day from covert nineteen. That's still not nearly as bad as things got during the darkest days of last winter. But it's still pretty awful and no one thought the pandemic would still be taking this kind of toll you know especially so many months after we all thought that vaccines would be like the calvary. Righty to our rescue. I talked about this with dr. She's the deed of the brown school of public health infection. Numbers across the country are really stunningly. Bad i mean hundred and fifty hundred sixty thousand americans getting infected every single day. It's really stunning. That this is where we are as a country and you know just tragic since the incredibly effective vaccines made so much of this totally preventable even in the face of the delta varian. So where is this headed. I mean are things just going to go from bad to worse it again. Yes that's what everyone is wondering right. You know every parent in america's holding their breath hoping their kids are going to stay in school every workers wondering what's going to happen with their jobs and you know there is a glimmer of hope actually looks like the surge may have hit a peak and could be finally starting to subside at least for
What We Know About Breakthrough Infections and Long COVID
"Everybody emily kwong here with npr. Science correspondent rob stein. Hey rob hey there emily. Hey so today. We're checking in on covert long haulers. These are folks with cova symptoms that last weeks or months or folks who are getting better but suddenly new symptoms emerge and rob. Nowadays doctors are starting to describe this condition as long cove. it right. that's right that's right. it's not a really well defined well understood condition but they can show and people with even mild symptoms. And i wanted to take a look into whether it's also a word for people who get covert after they get vaccinated the so called breakthrough infections. Yeah it's a good question. So people getting coded. Despite the vaccine is pretty rare. The symptoms are usually mild. But we're learning that sometimes even the mild cases can make you feel pretty bad for a few days right. Yeah so you know. Mild cases can make you feel pretty crummy. There's a big variation in what's considered a mild case. And you know one hundred seventy eight million people are now fully vaccinated in the us. As of september twelfth the centers for disease control prevention says more than fourteen thousand fully vaccinate. People have been hospitalized or died from breakthrough infections. But the agency. Doesn't keep a running tally of a symptomatic or mild breakthroughs nationally which have been increasing during the delta surge. But you know it's really important to emphasize that far fewer of these cases resulted hospitalizations or deaths. The vaccines are highly effective at doing the most important thing keeping people out of the hospital and developing lethal symptoms nonetheless researchers are concerned that even mild cases including cases that come after vaccination may result in lingering symptoms right. Lingering symptoms aka long
The Life of Historian Gerda Lerner
"Hedwig crohn's stein was born. On april thirtieth nineteen twenty in vienna austria to robert and alana cranston hers was an affluent jewish family. The defied many of the norms of the time for starters. The family's money came from one. Gert is father used her mother's dowry to open a successful pharmaceutical enterprise. Gerdes mother was a bohemian artist. Who encouraged sexual freedom and vegetarianism has it. They're vastly different lifestyles. Robert and alana had a contentious relationship. The lava knew that. If she asked for a divorce she would lose custody of gerda and girders younger sister nora so alana and robert agreed that they would lead separate but discreet lives under the same roof. Gerda and nora had to make appointments to see their mother who was relegated to a single room separated from the rest of the apartment ilana enjoyed avant-garde art and had many young suitors while robert had a separate apartment for his mistress being a witness to her parents. Unorthodox arrangement exposed girded a female independence and caused her to question. Impose societal norms as gerda got older. She flirted with cultural and political radicalism
CDC Study Shows Vaccines Are Overwhelmingly Effective
"Scientists at the centers for disease control and prevention have released new evidence that shows the vaccines for cova. Nineteen continue to provide powerful protection even against the delta variant. Npr's rob stein has more the cdc's new research found that those who were vaccinated were nearly five times less likely to get infected ten times less likely they get so sick. They ended up in the hospital and eleven times less likely to die. But the three new studies found the effectiveness of the vaccines did appear to drop as the delta variant became dominant possibly because of the immunity and possibly because the variant is better at evading the immune system one study also provided more evidence that the madonna vaccine may be the most effective of the three available in the
Purely Elizabeth's Elizabeth Stein on the Beginnings of Her Entrepreneurial Journey
"Love to hear maybe just start out telling a little bit about your story and how why you decided to take the leap. Yes so i started officially in two thousand nine but before that really. I was living in new york city i was. You know it might twenty trying to figure out life. And at the time i was working for a handbag company doing doing sales and marketing and i met my boyfriend at the time who was a triathlete and he really got me into this kind of whole new sense of health and wellness. I would say. I was always a healthy person but starting to do marathons biathlons certainly a two point. Oh version of that. And i think you started competing with them i did. I got up to doing a half. Ironman was along. Just were the person who would hide in the woods during the cross practice in high school. Because i hated to run them. I know really what he taught me. Was that an so much more mental than physical. And i think that art became super intriguing. Jimmy a really holistic health and that is so much more than just what you put into your body and so i started searching for another career option and ended up finding institute for integrative nutrition on i did bear program in two thousand seven and really what that taught me was food medicine. You know kind of everything that's coming to the forefront of health and wellness today in that program really learned that there is not many options for healthy gluten free products and i had started to eat. That way really was working with a lot of clients sewer eating that way suggesting and then they end up feeling better. Products on the shelf were few and barbara. I really saw an opportunity for healthier better tasting and initially started as something in the background of my mind. I ended up going to a local. Triathlon exploded participate in the race but really to promote my nutrition practice. I had a booth at the expo and figuring any thing to entice people to come in shop with me. So i've made this batch of blueberry muffins to get people to talk to me at of course not one person sign up for my nutrition practice. Everyone just wanted to know where they could buy these not fence and that became the moment and took off from
Hurricane Henri Closes in as the Northeast Braces for Impact
"Hamptons residents are venturing out today in the storm to fill up their cars with gas in case the power goes out at the pump what a difference a day makes yesterday this gas station in sag harbor had at least a half hour wait a line up for cars a police officer directing traffic this morning seven AM Robert Smith filling up his S. U. V. a hundred dollars worth of gas I gave up yesterday and then decided to try it today Joe Rangel Stein also stopped by to fill up for his generator I saw the line at eleven forty five PM last night I saw a couple of stations without gas and then there's Chris two things people are over reacting but he was still filling up his tank I actually don't think the storm is as big as people are panicking about it it seems like a bad rainstorm unfortunately everybody's treating it like it's another hurricane sandy so it's created more cast the needed some gas stations out here I've run out of gas this one only has super at four nineteen a gallon on Long Island in New York I'm Julie Walker
Victor Davis Hanson Predicts 'Borderlash'
"With what I was discussing before the break about how the Democrats are hemorrhaging minority voters out of their party, and Biden is trying to stop the exodus. It's not going to happen. Victor Davis Hanson has a piece I have in my newsletter today, which is excellent. It's called Optimism Inc We could use a little bit of that the crushing weight of lies. The beginning of the peace talks about how the Democrats are running out of ways to try to defend Joe Biden's lunacy. Actual lunacy like he's losing his mind and is attached on his cognitive abilities, But his policy lunacy to But the second parts interesting as well. Talks about how the these optimistic about the future of the country because the Democrats have taken way too many bites out of the crazy Apple. He says. One of the things that's going to happen is these are his words on mine, he says. Border Lash He says an open border may take years to will take years to fix will suffer a trillion dollars and entitlement costs, legal education, food, housing and transportation assistance to accommodate the 8 to 10 million. During this administration will cross illegally into the United States may be like, well, where's the good news? He goes on, he says, but an open border cannot be hidden by this media forever. The consequences of allowing those in whose first act is to break US law. And second is to reside illegally in the US and third is to fabricate identification to perpetuate their illegal residents. It will force Americans finally closed the border. Victor Davis Hanson is a brilliant guy. I don't know if I'm as optimistic is that But folks remember Ben Stein's golden role. Yes, you know Herb Stein Ben Stein's dad, Ben Stein's A Bueller
How the Green New Deal Harms America With Author Marc Morano
"Talking to the author of green fraud. Y the green. New deal is even worse than you think. Mark moreno is the author bestselling author of the politically incorrect guide to climate. Change the forwards by mark stein mark. You've been around this World for a while most americans. You know they're trying to live their lives. They care about the environment. You know we all we all care about these things. What is it that that has made folks like just speed off of the cliff because some of the things that there's adjusting. Everyone knows it's crazy. So who's buying into this. How is it. That biden is buying into this well. Let's become a mantra of a progressive democratic party. You have to be all in on the climate agenda. It's there's no. There's no way any major democratic candidate for president and senator congressman could ever descend on. This is in the old days the thirty years ago. You had the pro-life democrats on this. There's no there's no big tent on climate or energy on the democratic party so they're all in lockstep in the most devastating thing about this during trump's Two thousand nine hundred ninety second third year second year of trump's presidency with his policies we achieve for the first time since nineteen fifty two and harriet. Sooner was president. American energy dominance more energy exports than imports more energy less energy consumption and production. We were producing more. We were the world's largest oil and gas producer. We were booming. No more need for endless wars in the middle east no more need for oil from venezuela the middle east noah noah to rely on russia. Don't have to rely on it now because degree new deal solar panel windmills and electric car batteries. We're going to be relying on chinese rare earth mining using slave labor in china and also Human rights violations of chinese own minds in africa. It's lose lose. Lose all the way across america which makes it a love. Love love for the progressive agenda because it harms
Bootleg Fire More Than 40% Contained
"From other states are heading to Montana, where five firefighters were injured as they work The Devil's Creek blaze near the town of Jordan. That fire has burned more than 1300 acres. There are more than 80 fires burning in the west as conditions for more extreme heat and dry weather Continue. NPR's Amy held reports. Firefighters in southern Oregon are making headway on the biggest wildfire burning in the U. S. The bootleg fire is now more than 40%, contained after weeks of hot, dry and dusty conditions spurred it to more than 400,000 acres. In Montana. Wind driven flames hurt Several firefighters working the Devil's Creek fire and crews are coming in from Utah and California to help south of Lake Tahoe. Some 2500 homes have been evacuated, and hundreds of firefighters are battling the Tamarack fire. We understand the sacrifices being made by all for those who have been displaced, and for the people who are on the line here away from their families. Matt Zum Stein is district ranger of the Humboldt Toiyabe National Forest. We're only at the beginning. It's a marathon. It's not a race. Heat waves and drought are becoming more regular in the warming climate. Amy
An Introduction to Podcast Media Hosting
"Let's just really nile this one thing. We need to spend too much time on this. Because it could become a big thing your default hosting option at the moment nieces podcast hosting for people that are listening not website hosting specifically for hosting the media so your audio or video falls. So what are you going. Well it's a different question that went. I thought when. I was filling this out so just to for full disclosure right now. My podcasts are hosted with lipson. i also have a pint cast account. If i was starting over again today i might go with pied bean instead of lipson but my main concern for a even hobby podcast or would be to go with somebody that had. Ib podcast measurement guidelines two point. Oh statistics available because even if you're not gonna monetize at least you know. Those statistics are the same as another person that has statistics from an ib podcast measurement guidelines to puno certified host provider. And that. that's it. I mean you're not supposed to compare it to show a lot of people do and at least you know that you're comparing apples to apples versus oranges to come quotes. That's perfectly put and i agree. I i was only in for very long time. And it's probably because of the fist. The people that i locked used them and talk really positive in a positive way. I guess about them. So i just went with them for a long time. Cycled through others thinking that there's some magic ingredient that one of them will have the other stein thrill the same you just gotta get espy said when all the same. They're in the ballpark of offering the same coal faces but i'm using captivate don't fm now. And it is the only host of used in the last couple of years. Where i feel like. I'm looking at a differentiated product. The you is amazing. You can have as many shows as you want on the and for a hobbyist armel interested in paying to have more showers than my bad download limit calling or whether there's a number that i have to heat which they have won but start is everyone else they just talk about it
Juul to Pay $40M in North Carolina Teen Vaping Suit Settlement
"Electronic cigarette giant Juul labs will pay forty million dollars to North Carolina the penalty comes from a landmark legal settlement announced after years of accusations that the company had fueled an explosion in teen vaping North Carolina Attorney General Josh Stein had accused Jewell of unfair and deceptive marketing practices targeting young people to use its vaping products Joel promises not to advertise to anyone under twenty one in North Carolina and says it will put restrictions in place for sales both online and at stores Joel also faces hundreds of personal injury lawsuits from customers and families of young people who said they were hurt or rejected by the company's products I'm sure we have the
Whats So Gratifying About Gossip?
"So let's talk about the upsides and downsides of gossip. I have read that. There is psychological research arguing. That gossip is really an elemental of humanity. Can you tell us about that. Strong arguments i think. Come from people who are evolutionary psychologists and the functional purpose of gossip ease. Scientists would argue. Is that. it's the communication of very important information for example. If you are gossiping about people that are at your office. You know who's really enemies with whom and what they said. That's inside information. That could be helpful. You know who to avoid you know who to ally yourself with because we are social species. Gossip is a way that we can get and give valuable information at relatively low cost. What sort of information is us. Weekly delivering to you. Because it's not information about people you know or that you'll interact with. I think this question is good in that. If i'm not getting information about anybody might direct social network. I'm getting information about you. Know bruce springsteen how's is that helpful to me. He might run into some time because he's another jersey guy lesser run into respraying stein. I don't think i will. So the question is what function could gossip have. It could be that we have this instinct gossip that is being played out in the form of reading us weekly but actually that's not good for us. It's just that we have this evolutionary conserved tennessee. You know much like craving for fat salt and sugar had its origins kind of getting us into a lot of trouble right now. So you don't have to actually have a function which is contemporary for reading. These gossip rags. But you're making an argument against your consumption of gossip. Well okay but here's an argument for it and this plausible. This was made by roy. Meister in kathleen vossen their collaborators and they argued. That gossip is a form of cultural. Learning where these anecdotes say. You read a story about jaylo. Reuniting with ben affleck. And you get this little snippet of what people are saying about it and what they've said that in this story of these two people that you will probably not meet. You are getting social rules in narrative
Does Biden Have an Incentive to Hide Chinese Defector Dong Jingwei From GOP Members?
"Of the biggest stories of our time. Now why am I reporting on it? If I can't prove conclusively that it's true Because the reputations by others saying No, no, no, no, This isn't true. He's over in China. This is all you know Conservative fairy tales. Then why again hasn't the Chinese government conclusively refuted the story by just showing us a picture of damaging way and putting them out in front of a television camera? But that's not the disturbing part of this story. The disturbing part of this story is if we do have damaging way. One of these Chinese spy chiefs, and he has given up the mother lode. Then why would we be lying about it? And why would we be hiding him from GOP members of Congress, Intel Committee people, other members of the Intelligence Committee? Why would we be doing that? Those answers are fascinating. Well, we'll have to go to the daily yeast. For answers, And I don't mean answers to questions. If you're answering questions with the daily yeast, you're in trouble otherwise known as the Daily Beast sometimes, but the daily yeast does have an interesting article up by a man by the name of Jeff Stein. Who he says his sources are knocking this story down that no, no, we don't have Don Jingwei. There's just read the headline Daily East Fed shoot down rumor that Chinese missing spymaster defected to the U. S. But the reasons they're shooting down this room with these anonymous federal officials are fascinating. Let me get through first quote from this piece from the East first, it says, But on Wednesday a U s official reached out, I guess to the reporter here. To say that reports of Jingwei's defection were not true. He says, speaking strictly in terms of anonymity. The official declined to elaborate further, including on Dongs present whereabouts, only hinting that the counter spy remains in China. Okay, folks, both stories can't be true, either Dongjiang Way defected and is giving us the mother lode of intelligence on China or damaging way still in China, laughing at our stupid
Delta Variant Is the 'Greatest Threat' in the Battle Against the Pandemic
"The nation's top infectious disease expert, is calling the delta variant of the coronavirus the greatest threat. Winning the battle against the pandemic. NPR's Rob Stein has more. Dr Anthony Fauci says the Delta variant is spreading fast in the U. S. Doubling the proportion of infections is causing every two weeks. It now accounts for at least 20% of all infections and may make people sicker than the original strain of the virus. The delta variant is currently the greatest threat in the U. S to our attempt to eliminate Covid 19. The good news is the vaccines provide powerful protection against the delta variant. So Fauci is urging more people to get vaccinated. We have the tools. So let's use them and crush the outbreak. Rob Stein NPR
Is Eating Local Really More Sustainable?
"Researchers alexander stein and fabien. Santini just published a fascinating paper on the sustainability of local food systems in the political discussion. They write the promotion of local food. Systems and short supply. Chains is sometimes presented as a means to increase the resilience of the food system. And it's also suggested as a means to improve the environmental footprint of the food system and quote so in their paper. They've reviewed scientific literature on the environmental social and the economic aspects of sustainability and. They reached some surprising conclusions. First off is eating local actually easier on the environment. When consumers tried to eat local they often focus on how far their food has to travel from its source to their plates. You might remember a popular book called the hundred mile diet which exemplified this approach. Barbara kings hovers bestselling animal vegetable. Miracle is another example and one assumption behind this trend is that eating locally will lower the carbon footprint of our diets however this is not necessarily the case for one thing shipping large quantities foods in cargo ships or trains may actually burn less fossil fuel than transporting the same amount of food across much shorter distances in hundreds of small trucks and now just consider thousands of consumers driving two farms one by one in their cars to pick up their local food. This thinking also assumes that transporting food is the only or even the primary factor in how much carbon is emitted in the production of that food but in fact food production can produce a lot of greenhouse gases prior to this final leg of the journey in fact stein in santini conclude that the carbon footprint of diet depends a lot more on what types of foods you choose then. It doesn't how many miles they travel to reach your plate.
Sizing up Kyle Larson's Extraordinary Run
"Want to talk about. Kyle larson in this role that this guy is on. You worked with jeff. Gordon you compete against jeff gordon. The nine hundred ninety eight and this is what this reminds me of right now. That kyle larson has six consecutive races. First or second place finishes four victories. Three points races put in perspective australia. Steve what this role means because to me. It feels a lot like jeff. Gordon circa one thousand nine hundred. Well listen. so he's driving premier equipment. The hendra motorsports car seem to have the most speed in the field but the counter that is driving that against three other premier drivers right so it's easy to say it's got the fastest stuff yet but you to chase elliott william byron and alex bone to do it and oh by the way he did he drove around chase elliott with one of the most masterful gutsy all star race tight moves driving to the outside quarter panel a third lane. We had yet to see in ninety laps. So the move for the all star race was outstanding. I think kyle. I think this is the kyle larson. We all thought was out there. You can only decided but he wins in everything. He's so much talent we didn't know if it was his preparation holding him back if it was asked if it was his youth if it was his lack of mentor sh we didn't know we'll never know because it kind of all the jumbled up reset but now he's an organization with a lot of leadership. Jeff gordon you mentioned it stein in the fox booth what he's still has a role andrew motorsports rick hendrix there. Chad can houses there. We asked outs blue being us out. Hey how're the post like you said you ever met chad kind of. There's a lot of leadership around him and a lot of confidence and a lot of talent and driving great equipment and i think that's what you're seeing right the combination of the three two minutes amount of confidence. And you know we said it on our preview show. You and i both cholera and watching. Because you take that much talent with that much motivation. The timing of hendrick motorsports and what they're doing communist chevrolet and where they are in the grand scheme of things. You got this recipe for success. Now he's doing it against the defending champion on. His team is the defending champion of our series. And he's taking the fight to him
"stein" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"We don't know any names. We don't know any numbers. Keep in mind what's going on with the packers backfield. They're down to their fourth. String running back. These two teams play on thursday night green bay in san francisco. And i don't know how you pull this off pauling bigger question here do you think the. Nfl is close to a pause week. Where the super bowl goes back the sixteen team playoffs and acted and the whole season drops back a week or two to reset this whole thing or is that more dangerous than playing through. I'm not sure. I thought that they would build in weeks. Where you just had a regroup week where everybody you know. You're able to clean facilities. You're able to have everybody tested everybody. Nobody was playing against anybody that you just let everybody around. The league have a reset button to push. But i don't know where we are right now in adding another week or they added another playoff team. And it's just it feels it so fluids it just feels like it's day by day week by week and here you have the packers affected by covid and then you had the forty niners facility shut down and you somehow got have to get ready for a game against the green bay packers thursday night. Mark stein covers the nba for the new york times. He's been covering the nba since nineteen ninety four. And i wanted to have him on because he gave me well. The headline writers the new york times gave me the headline the nba's five hundred million dollar hope for the holidays as we're not sure when the season is going to start and mark kind enough to join us so what's at stake here. What's in play for this decision. And when do you think this decision happens mark. I think we're gonna get it this week. And i think we're going to get the pre-christmas start there. Obviously naturally a few teams that don't want to start that quick with the lakers at the top of the list but because the nba has.
"stein" Discussed on Telescope: Life in the Time of Corona
"Weekend in large part because I think they represented to alarming alarmingly different attitudes towards the current crisis world. Living drew thank and somewhere where capacity was not light whatsoever. Was the lake of the ozarks over the weekend for the Memorial Day holiday in the first video crowds of mostly young. People are seen languishing in the water in close proximity nearly jumped off the couch. When I saw it would look like a spring break music video. Not The cautious social distancing. Were all supposed to be practicing right now. I wonder for a moment if this was one of those videos that we later discover was recorded last year or something and then there was this other very different circumstance. Video was released this weekend from grocery store and Staten Island. A crowd of people shouting one unmasked person out of the building. They're clearly incensed that. This one person would act without consideration for all of the other shoppers. Same virus same country totally different mentalities and for the most part the rest of us are all somewhere in between sitting around trying to figure out how to move forward on the one hand we have experts in the government saying that the full scope of our daily lives may not return to normal for many months and in the same breath we have politicians talking about reopening saying life can start returning to normal. Who are we supposed to listen to? How are we making sense of any of this? I mean on a basic human progress level. It's a bummer. 'cause we don't seem to remember the past well enough to prepare for the future media. This is telescope. I'm your host. Jonathan Hurry and Monday Wednesday and Friday for the foreseeable future. We're going to bring these stories of people who are far away and how each of us are learning to live through this and Amick Joel. Stein is journalist living in Los Angeles. I have no idea what I do. Most of it involves journalism or succumb writing or cooking with my family. He's being modest here jobs written for Time magazine Bloomberg The New Yorker and these days like many others. He's doing it mostly from home and he's processing the same mix of information that the rest of us are. I wanted to talk to him about it because well. He's kind of an expert on experts before the pandemic he'd written a book. That seems oddly presient. Now it's called in defense of elitist and in it Joel argues for trusting intellectuals experts to know what's best there's this ever present tension in American intellectual life between people who are experts and people who make decisions on our behalf mostly because they're not always the same people the Genesis of Joel's research wasn't of course informed by our current crisis but rather a major political event which also changed lives for millions of people. The two thousand sixteen election. I remember like many of us where I was the day after the election. I caught a flight to Chicago from Los Angeles for a conference and Overnight John. My bags off the hotel and went for a walk downtown past the massive trump hotel long the Chicago river realizing that name and all the monuments to it would be seen in a whole New Light. Right now. I ducked into the sort of indoor mall and had a breakfast at a diner next to me. A group of men were talking politics just a little too loudly. Man came up and screamed in their face. The Room went silent. He chastise them for criticizing the new president. This isn't your country anymore. He said expletive expletive expletive. This man was. Don't get me wrong. Not a shining example of humanity but for me that was the moment where I went from thinking. The social fabric might be fraying to knowing for sure that the threads that once held us together weren't as tightly woven site once thought and that's what Joel went in search of for his book the part of the country that saw the two thousand sixteen election as a reclamation of their country the people who were more inclined towards a charismatic outsider as president rather than a lifelong public intellectual and bureaucrat. Rather than an expert Joel travel to Roberts County in Texas the county in America with the highest percentage of trump voters ninety five percent about kind of how the GUT has taken over over expertise in a lot of the had to do with politics. Populism people don't seem to trust the media they don't trust politicians. They barely trust their doctors. But I think at this point in the crisis with over a hundred thousand people dead and no clear end in sight. It's also safe to say that trump's anti intellectual stance has sometimes made things difficult for him. I mean I'll be honest. I was taken aback. And we've talked about this on the show. When trump claimed that sneaking light inside the lungs of cove infected people would be a cure for the virus. Did her president just suggests. That sunlight is the best disinfectant anyway. The point is that even in the same press conference American people will receive conflicting information from elected officials who are in office because they do not present as elitist an experts like the CDC director. Anthony Fauci who is practically an archetype of the civil servants scientist. This has Joel Spinning his wheels to particularly on this Memorial Day weekend Americans after months indoors are dangling over the precipice of summertime and they are getting antsy. Seems like there's a little bit of a tipping point where people just got. Tired of Porn teeny which which is totally understandable at. It's a it's a decision. I'm not judging people for what they do. A decision that at least in the case of the parties at Lake in Missouri seems to be routed somewhere between apathy and a disregard of the threat. That covid still possesses. But I'm interested in the ways that they justify it and kind of all claim to have some kind of knowledge of Disease Prevention and Epidemiology. That are just wrong. Same appears to be true for the protesters on the lawns of their state capitals demanding that the country reopen people who feel and. I can't think of a better way to say this entitled to living there. Normalize for the majority of Americans this concerns basic human activity going to the grocery store or going to work and for the working poor. The pandemic is a much bigger deal. Joel says the crisis is highlighting a clear divide in our country between the.
"stein" Discussed on Linear Digressions
"It's a lot more likely that your player are sorry. It's a lot less likely that you're player of interest is going to be all that far away from the mean or the clustering. Guess because you've got a thousand people all really really tightly packed it will be pretty crazy if you had your one thousand player which is of interest to us. Turns out this person's not in the group this person's like deviating significantly whereas if you have five baseball players in you're looking at a sex than that The clustering won't necessarily mean as much probabilistically. Yes there are. There are two things that you said. They're actually in only one of them is is what I've covered so far but let me just like reiterate it to make the point of the first. Is we imagine there's sort of like this? I think clusters good curious word for like it's not technically a cluster. In the way that maybe you think about it. But it's a good mental model as we have this cluster in that baseball team and then we have some individual point. We're trying to decide whether to take the cluster more seriously or the point more seriously or whatever and so how how important we think the cluster is is basically a function of two things which is how many members are in that cluster. How because our baseball team does it. Have a thousand people have five people? And then the second thing which I hadn't said but you sort of said it is how tightly clustered is that cluster. So are they all piled right on top of each other or is it pretty diffuse? And so if it's a very diffuse cluster than maybe we're GONNA take sort of a less strong indication from that got it and that's all wrapped up inside of the equation for see also K. Yeah this is how you calculate the adjustment that you're gonNA make to any given point as you can calculate what's called the James Stein estimator and the James Sign. Estimator is the thing sort of compromise between the individual and the group and the thing. That's kind of interesting about the James Stein estimator. Is that when you take the James Stein? Estimator if you're applying it to just one individual baseball player than it could get you closer to sort of the true batting average for that person but it could also move away potentially so if you have a true if you had a true outlier for example if you really had someone who was the greatest baseball player who's ever existed or. I was on the team I would be the worst baseball player. Right right it can artificially inflate your stats by virtue of your by virtue of your teammates. It's effectively saying there's no way this guy. Is this bad gene Stein. S meter is not necessarily guaranteed to get you closer to kind of the true answer for any individual but on average it will get you closer to if you add up your errors entire baseball team on average it will get you closer to kind of like the correct distribution than if you were to take each one of them individually which is interesting this whole thing that I just explained is often called. Stein's paradox and on the one hand. I think it's not that paradoxical in some ways the idea that you want to if you see You know some member of Group. Who's far over reforming your underperforming. The group as a whole that that might be an indication that you have some regression to the mean that you might expect or something that you that you think that maybe the underperformers will do a little bit better in the future. The reason they were doing so poorly was because you know they got lucky. In in the future they won't necessarily get unlucky and then likewise for the over performers. The thing that's interesting about Stein's paradox. Is that it doesn't have anything that requires that all of the baseball players baseball players so to speak. So there's all these funny examples of. Let's suppose that you have you know your baseball team. You're trying to figure out how good they are at baseball. Or whatever but instead of putting in you know you put in nineteen baseball players instead of putting in the twentieth. One you put in. Let's say the fraction of instead of putting in somebody's batting average you put in the fraction of cars in Chicago that are made by foreign manufacturers. Right like just pick. Something couldn't conceivably have anything to do with baseball. Averages the thing this crazy about Stein's paradox? Is that about the whole James Stein? Estimator thing that we just talked about is that it will very happily you can pass that number into these calculations and everything works just fine and in fact the actual conclusion still hold that James Stein. Estimator that you make on the basis of this very weird data said that you've just assembled of nineteen baseball averages and one ratio of car manufacturers on average will get you better estimates for the baseball players averages. Than than if you didn't do that which is which is totally weird. Yeah on the other hand. Here's here's the way to think about it though. Is that so? I think that there's actually a pretty good illustrative point. That's not quite as absurd because this is clearly absurd This is clearly. Yeah but here's here's a case of slightly less absurd so there's an example. I was reading about where they were trying to figure out. Infection rates for talks plasmapheresis in this country and South America El Salvador. That's where Watson what your heart so plasmas. Oh it's it's this disease and the main thing I know about it. Is that like cats. Carry it but I think it can. Actually it can be pretty dangerous. I think if you're pregnant and you have TACO plasmas. It can be related to like schizophrenia. Later in life and all kinds of nasty stuff so like nasty thing. Yeah it's not something. It's not something you really want to have. And you know if there's feral cats hang around. I think the you know the transmission rates of tax applies Moses. From cats to humans can be negligible and so the idea was they were taking measurements all over El Salvador of tax apotheosis rates. And they were gonNA use them to try to figure out where to place hospitals and so the idea is that the tax Oh plasmas rates in any one city. You know there's sort of this true Taco plasmas right that you can actually measure in the same way you can actually measure someone's true batting average but you can take measurements and that'll give you a good starting point to guess and then the idea was that they then did some the James Stein what's called shrinkage. Usually when when you take these means a new kind of readjusts them based on what you see over the entire group that you've assembled and so the thing about the James Stein the shrinkage the amount that you actually move your estimate how far off your James Stein estimator is from. Just the the mean that you would have taken just out of the box in this particular case overall. This was actually a case that they looked at over the population. As a whole James Stein estimators were giving estimates that in about seventy percent of the cases were closer to sort of the true mean than if you had just used the the means without any shrinkage. The thing about it though. Is that the James Stein. Estimator can give a significantly worse estimate in the case of outliers on average a might be doing a little bit better than the outliers can actually do significantly worse that there's some city that let's say gets different rainfall than all the other ones. It's a different type geography and so the animals that transmit Tax Plan Asus are much more prevalent in that area. And so we have a true outlier. Because there's actually like a different underlying mechanical reason in that case. Gm sign. Estimator is still gonNA take that outlier and it's GonNa try to pull it in closer to the group average but then it's GonNa like get it way off so you're kind of trading You know slight improvements on the bulk of your guesses for sometimes large degradation of any individual outcome and so in the case of trying to use information about car rates to infer something about batting. Averages will obviously car rates and batting averages don't really have anything in common. So there's a there's a good chance that your car rates are just going to be pulled toward the group average and as a result you're going to end up with a really big error on that which makes sense because it's not related at all so there's kind of this tradeoff where if there really is some kind of underlying dynamic than the sign estimators really good at like using the shrinkage to kind of pull everything closer to something. That's described by that underlying dynamic but if there is an underlying dynamic then it can actually just kind of spin things off all over the place and in general still things will be like a little bit closer to the underlying true answer but the more and more you move toward a data set. That doesn't have anything in common with it. Underneath the more and more the James Stein estimator doesn't actually buy you anything so it's not going to get any worse than if you just kept everything independent taken over the entire population. But it's not something that you can just apply random collections of numbers and expect to get estimates that are therefore more accurate than if you had done the naive thing that made sense off. The Bat treated them each individually. Okay so I think that makes sense. You've got the shrinkage where the outlier data points Be disproportionately pulled in. But I guess I don't understand yet how the One data point on car manufacturers will make your however number of basil players. Any better like how. How does that? Data's how does that actually improve data? Oh yeah well so in this case because car manufacturers have nothing to do with baseball right then the way that I like to think about it is. You can add in that data point and you're not adding in any additional helpful information. I think we would agree. You're just kind of adding in some noise but the thing that makes this a little bit of a paradox. The thing that I think is kind of cool about it is that even though you're not adding in any information you're also not making it worse. Is that because that's because it disproportionately demotes outliers and their effect on the data set. Yeah so it will just pull the outliers toward the group. It'll also pull the group a little bit toward the outlier and the thing. That's a little bit weird about it. Is that if there's really no connection between the outlier in the group then usually those steps they'll take toward each other like that will end up as basically a wash so in the worst case over the entire set of predictions. You Might WanNa make you make a bunch of small errors in one direction? A make a big error from another data. Point and lake kind of everything is on average not any worse than it was before which is weird yet. You don't I mean it's not something that you WanNa do right. You don't WanNa add in various sprays information. That's not can correct because it's not going to get you anywhere but the thing. That's a little bit paradoxical a little of a paradoxical about James Stein. Estimator is that there's basically mathematical limits on how much worse can make things to add in kind of this spurious unconnected information. That's really cool so I can rest easy knowing that. I just joined that baseball team and the James sinus marriage is gonNA pull you right on up to the green. No what I meant is I won't affect their numbers. If you're using Jim Stein estimator all that much. At least 'cause I mean I would definitely be an outlier right so it would get it would get you way off. It will get the rest of them a little bit off. But it's not gonna get them really any worse off than if you hadn't been in the data set to begin with that makes me happy I actually want to close up this episode just by Sharing a brief story about how literally? I'm horrible horrible baseball So I played most recently. When I played baseball I was I was playing in the t-ball league and I after this incident. I quit personally because this incident was traumatic and partially because then kids my age started throwing the balls rather than me hitting it off of tea and I just felt that was unsafe so just for background. This was when you were a child this up this is the last year now. Feel like softball. Anyway go on the table. I don't know maybe maybe maybe if you're over ten years old and you play t-ball right now so I was in right field and I think I was like playing with the grass or something like that and they hear the crack of a bat and this is like this is the one time a fly ball is hit to me so this is my moment but rather than like seizing this moment. A catching the ball and being the hero. The Game I I froze in place petrified at put my glove not to catch the ball but to protect my face from the ball and the ball landed in my glove and then slowly rolled out and that that was the end of my baseball career so rather than having a sports sports thing that I do every night. i-instead on skype and talk to you and I think it works out.
"stein" Discussed on Linear Digressions
"Katie hello you know that they're me off in a recent episode. I remember we were talking about Bays Ball I had to 'cause in that episode. I didn't have a dad jokes so I had to make this We're GONNA explore that in just a second. You are listening to the New Year aggressions as that was a pretty good one. Okay where where have I to to wear? Have I fallen if I'm so proud of that? Indeed indeed biggest accomplishment all day. Okay so This example let's let's recap the example. Because why not? Yeah okay so the idea was. Imagine that you are Some kind of baseball scout. And you're trying to figure out what the What the batting average of baseball player is and the batting average? There's there's this thing called like a true batting average which is kind of an abstract quantity which is. How often would this baseball player hit? You hit the baseball in an infinite number of times the at Bat and get on base or whatever whatever a batting average I think yes. I think it's getting on base. I sent home runs. Come to right. Oh yeah sure. Yeah but anyway. The point is you don't have an infinite number of times that the that the batter has been up to bat instead. What you have is some number of times. They've been up to bat. And from that. You can calculate sort of this empirical batting average but the question is once you have that number. What does that tell you about their sort of true underlying unseen batting average? Because that's what you're actually interested and so we were talking about this. Is there like a way that we can formulate this and lake a sort of Beijing way and how one of the very reasonable guesses that you can make is. Well my best. Guess about what they're batting average is willing to be in. The future is less. Just take what it's been in the past right. You say okay. They've done so well. They're going to continue doing exactly as well. Yeah Yeah So. They batted point two five in the past selects guests point two five in the future and the stole a major league I think point two five is you know I think okay anyway. Your best guesses point two five and maybe there's like a standard deviation that you can assign to that which be probably also taken from data as well so point two five plus minus point. Oh two or something like this maybe Most of the time you expect them to be between point two three point two seven so then the question is let's suppose it instead of just having this one baseball player you have an entire baseball team. So you have this person's rbi no that's not what an Arby's persons batting average against this versus batting average you have the shortstops batting average you have the third baseman batting average you have the catcher batting average you have a whole bunch of other information now this available to you and the question is any way that you can use this other information to help you make a more informed guests about for anyone individual what you would predict for their batting average in the future right so let me propose to you two different ways now that you can two different reasonable guesses that you can make so first reasonable guess is let's just treat our baseball player. Are BASEBALL PLAYER OF INTEREST? Mistreat treat them independently of the rest of the team. Let's ignore the rest of the team and my best guess as to what this This is going to do in. The future is just a say. We're halfway through the season so we have stats on the first half of the season and I said second half of the season my best. Guess is they're going to have a batting average this equal the first half of the season. So we'll say this. It's kind of like the individual mean. If you like is my best guess or my estimator in fact estimator is like usually what you hear? This called a because you're reading a statistics paper got estimator. 'cause you gotTa have a fancier term. Yeah I think maybe estimators are like a little bit more complicated. But lay with my. My estimator is the mean the individual mean. So that's that strategy number one strategy number two is instead. Let's say that my daughter is the mean of all the means so it's the average of the pitcher in the catcher in the third baseman shortstop in the left fielder. And all that site right now. This one actually this one kind of confused me like not knowing where you're going with this. My intuition says your player of interests Batting average is roughly independence is generally independent of the batting average of all the rest of the team. I mean they're probably some examples like if you have especially really really bad morale that might impact it but like I just don't personally see how other players batting average would have any impact on the player of interest and furthermore it seems strange to To make that connection if you also only have past data of your players like for example I could imagine if you had half of the season for your player of interest but you had the entire season worth of data like the future for all of your other players. I don't know that feels a little bit more tractable but I also think based on the fact that you brought this up that my intuition is completely wrong is so let me give you. Maybe an intuitive case in which which might make it more apparent why the other players might be relevant. So let's suppose that your player of interest was just recently traded to this team or like with injured or something and for some reason the first half of the season this batter was only bat two times and is it happened. Got Extremely lucky and hit home runs on both of those two at bats so now our empirical guests. If what we're taking just the mean from the first half of the season our guests right now is that the player is going to bat a thousand for the remainder of the season whereas let's say if you were to look at the at the team as a whole you find that by and large. They're batting you know to fifty plus minus abandon. So in that case I would argue that. The context of the rest of the team is giving. You is giving you some information which is basically that the player that you're interested in seems to be a little bit of an outlier and so you probably in this case would wanna come up with some kind of compromise between group is a whole seems to be doing and then you know maybe there is some information in the fact that that this player did really really well in the first half you know small sample but in the first half. Rossi's maybe maybe this guy actually has pretty good. He's going to be above average but I don't think anyone would expect him to bat a thousand for the rest of the yet given that nobody ever has so. Yeah that that example is actually. It does illustrate a little. Bit Better I guess the thing that my intuition wasn't taken into account is that you do have a smaller sample size for an individual whereas if you take into account the entire team now you have a lot more data points since you're gonna you're going to Be Able to Converge On. Maybe a true were answer whereas obviously batting thousand getting hit every single time back is just completely clearly not reasonable. Yeah and so. There's there's a more precise way that we can formulate this actually We've we've arrived at the place where we're going with this which is talking about what's called the James Stein estimator so the first estimator that we that we floated with the idea of. Let's take the mean of this players batting average for the first half of the season right the second estimator that we were thinking about is. Let's take the mean of the means of the entire baseball team and use that as our estimate of what the individual means got okay and so the Jean Stein. Estimator is a compromise in between the two. So James Estimator. There's a mathematical formulation. We see the James Sign estimator. We're going to call Z and that is equal to The grand mean so. That's the mean of all the means plus some correction factor and that correction factors is a constant see. That will come back to times the difference between the grand mean and the individual mean. So if you have a someone who's batting far above or far below the group average then the difference between the group average and that individual mean is going to be large and so that large difference is going to be multiplied by this constant. And you're gonNA take a step in the direction of the group mean and that step is going to be larger. If there's like a bigger difference that you have to make up soon other words. It's a compromise is a way of formulating exactly the compromise that we wanNA strike between the individual and the group. Okay so you're striking this compromise between the two. You did mention a constant. You called. See that I'm guessing. That's not the speed of light is the of no. No that's right yes it is. There's a formula for C. And so the exact formula for C is one minus now. There's a fraction the numerator. The FRACTION IS K. Minus three times sigma squared over the some over the some of why minus Y bar squared. Oh God it yeah. It's it's actually. It's yeah. This isn't too crazy actually so saying hello I do have to say describing equations podcast. I Dunno here gold us. Yeah so what's going on with this with this. See let me just kind of curious. Explain it so the bigger value see has it means the bigger of step. You're going to be taking away from any individual prediction. So the is. We're trying to understand what we're going to how we're going to adjust an individual prediction and we have the choice between the the group and individual mean that we've measured before and so the bigger is that's basically saying air more on the side of the individual mean that makes okay so so if I think of it as I'm starting at my baseball player of inches and then taking a step towards the entire average of all of the means of an on the team if I think about it that way than see defines how big of a step I take towards the team's average and away from the individual players so the larger see is the less we wait. Our player of interests historical performance. Yeah that's right and so something that can make see large is if we have a big standard deviation on the individual measurement that we're taking so in the case of the baseball player who only had two at bats you're gonNA have a big uncertainty on that and so you're going to say like okay. I'm going to allow myself to take a big step away from this. Potentially because you know has a big uncertainty on it and so that's that's a reasonable thing to do another thing that allows you to take a big step away from the Individual. Mean is K. is one of the other Numbers that goes into goes into your calculation. Ac- in K is the number of unknown. Means that so it's like Sorta like the number of baseball players on your team in this case so if you have a really really big baseball team you have a thousand people on your baseball team. Then those thousand measurements are going to give you sort of a stronger. Indicator of where the group mean is van. If you only had five players on your baseball team got it so if you have if you have a thousand players than you can say..
"stein" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"A small allback Doritos just like do would you like a back injury and up to first class. Yeah just keep walking and of the jet landing sir. Hard as you can in the small of her back no get her wheelchair and just getting out into the terminal and then you get do push put her on the Disney Express. This is your problem now. or or tell the like jet bridge to just pull away. Sure leave the door open and put her in a wheelchair here and then just right off the side court into the passenger pilot called police. They were able to remove Richter from the plane. They eventually told her quote. You're breaking federal law. Yes Richter left. Cursing leaving passengers confused and concern Clements said she was able to get in her seat and the plane. Taxi down the runway but it was quickly stopped opt. No this is when you really start to hate us as it. We were stopped pretty quickly and the pilot explained that it was because the lady was not cooperating with Tsa then and they say the Transportation Security Administration is that what TSA's and she did not have a ticket to any airline at all climate. Said they could. You said ghosts how she even got on the plane ghost after about an hour This is and you guys were on your way home. No already I would say everybody. Everybody get worse. I let me talk to this woman please after about an upbeat this shit. I wouldn't give her a stern talking plane. The the plane was searched by dogs and TSA agents. Every single passenger. Had A pat down and all of their bags had to be searched again. Because you had the security yes she's like somebody else. Did we catch one of them. Everyone has to get off. The entire. Entire plan has to be searched every bag researching every person has to be repented off again. Yeah the weather's Nice it has to be I hate his. So could you imagine I had turned i. I hate to be like well. I yes this is what you have to do. I'm not kidding I would be like someone right now has asked to take me to this woman like I don't plan you need to get on another. I would be like if we're not getting another plane. I need to speak to this woman right now and you know me. He is an airline a chance a chance to go face to face with this woman. I'm not gonNA touch her but I'm GonNa tell her everything I feel or I'm and I and I st- I actually oppose the death penalty in most cases. But I would apply it. Just one tiny lethal injection for yourself. You're like take me out. I know all the past down weather down. Get to Wasser nervous. I'm guessing watcher died systemically though the TSA he sends people in who have like a little too much liquid in their bags and see if they can get through Meanwhile you think this is maybe. Tsa Being No. I'm just saying like like some obviously insane. Maybe having episode or on drugs or right gets through everything everything right so this doesn't MPC wealth if that would have been indicated or literature. I probably wouldn't do it because for all we know she literally just doesn't want to cooperate right 'cause they like they don't have her they don't have an ID for and she won't cooperate operate they're like well the now we don't know where you're she's like a human car without a license plate right. Yeah that's it she's like I can steal stuff right now. The plane was given the all-clear made it to Atlanta. Tsa told Channel Nine. Richter was screened but did not provide any additional information. But we know that's her name not believe. The charges against her will be filed. I think that's super strong. So the rules of getting on a plane and then we'll straight segment restrict. I think they just need to be Richter. Oh yeah strict all right there. We got a little tease and we went along with their last quick story. Doria has to do with the parking and parking mishap. Joel Stein is with.
"stein" Discussed on Slate's The Gist
"It's one of those words or phrases like moral equivalence or collective punishment that everyone goes to be against and yet you will never meet someone who offers a defense of the term how is it this thing that we're all against it and it exists and yet you've never met someone for it well I will say this I'm for all of those things and my guess Joel Stein is for at least one of them his new book is called in Defensive Elitism why am better than you and you are better than someone who didn't buy this book Hello Joel Welcome to the Best I love hearing your voice being the title of my ringtone if you wanted me to do the audio book I could that isn't elitist voice so as I was reading this book I said to myself this is good but you know it's a lot like pass just asks Tom Nichols book the expertise it's a lot like this book but better and then I was reading your book and You said Tom is the author of the death of expertise which is like this book only far better which is why I waited until page two seventy seven to tell you about his book so I respect you for acknowledging that his book is just it is a lot better it's more of an elite than you are what are your credentials compared to his yet minor weaker minor just media credentials games of jeopardy did you win at home watching millions have you ever taught at the Navy War College I've never I don't even know where it is yeah he goes I book is funnier than Tom's and that's all I've got uh he goes headfirst and he called it expertise and I think there's a difference between well expertise we could all get behind on an expert surgeon but an elite is the guy with the money recall who is on the front and back of the book so when we talk about elitism are we kind of giving ourselves or maybe not ourselves for the people who don't like the elites a little bit of a mental shortcut by tagging it with this pejorative thus allowing them to you know visit calumny upon these supposedly elites yes but I think we have to take the turn back we have two reports British because we don't want to admit to being you have to before I leave here I'm going to get you to do it right yeah you clearly are better than many people in a lot of ways I just can't say that out loud you just did no for winning election don't you don't you look at other countries where they're kind of allowed to be witty or clever or smart and then compare it to America where everyone has to be you know off shocks down-home John Carey I like hunting and I'm gonNA wear Cammo isn't it disturbing with Elizabeth Warren started came out she loves having a beer she said it worse than that but it's very the whole trump and Bush both one is the guy you'd rather have the beer with guess what they don't drink look who is the president you least want to have a beer it's Abraham Lincoln who didn't drink as he thought it made him like tired and flabby which is what what their friends says the bar when you no longer ever take her to a bar again I didn't body issue who is the best drinker Teddy Roosevelt James Buchanan president he had the worst literally the worst wasn't he had a barrel of whiskey brought to the the White House every week they got himself yeah any only the best champagne I think he was thrown out of his for Turner College twice for drinking too much yeah you start with a bottle from the trump vineyard yeah so I brought this bottle of trump's blank to blank cycling wine from Virginia to this party on my block full of liberals and I was going to toast trump with the same sad attempt to be an elitist yeah that he created a busy election-night election two thousand sixteen and I was everyone was having a good time they all thought Hillary Clinton's GonNa win they weren't paying attention to the TV's and I was the nerdy my computer looking at county results yeah and we're looking at the New York Times needle where you're watching the needle the needle was okay but that was also looking county resolve and I was freaking out because I was like North Carolina wasn't supposed to go that way I I saw exit returns from Florida that weren't supposed to go that way and I just it's not that I'm afraid of a Republican president like some of my best friends who make wine or Republicans but I was I I don't feel like populace had beaten the elite since Andrew Jackson beat John Quincy Adams and just picking someone who is going to operate from his gut who knew more than the generals new which were seeing country after country after country is what made me write this book they say that they all say it they all talk about the gut I guess Kennedy with his top hat on in the inauguration was the last person who was allowed to be witty who was allowed to just revel in his own intellect add select just that trump when George W. Bush talked about going from his God he was really going from Cheney's gotten whatever you think of Cheney always a co he's an elite elite right yes trump is boat elite which you talk about but he really only goes from his because he knows nothing and that is a big change someone who's this stupid and proud of ignorant not like Reagan who may not know everything but he picks experts and listen to them someone who literally won't listen to the room because they feel like they know better it's what Sarah Palin talked about like I'm not gonNA pretend to know more than the next person yeah which to me is the most arrogant thing to say because you think you should be like a heartbeat away from the president and not know anything more than the other other people how about how about you read the paper yeah it would be okay if the next person's not Sarah Palin yes or now all the various patrons assembled like she has a big brood of next people and they're not the best people know I'm worried about populism and all forms and the left and the right I feel like we're about to throw away a civilization that we built what's the what's good forms of populism that doesn't have the pejorative that elite does even though you know you present them as opposite it's no and I feel like it shouldn't like you said one thing get into in the book this Guy Bill Fredo Paredo nineteen hundred who came up with the eighty twenty right he was Mussolini's favourite economist yeah he was as fascist yeah and I kind of modernized and I call it the intellectual which the elites we were talking about and the boat elite because trump makes this crazy speeches a year ago Minneapolis after crapping on the elites as so many Republicans have for so long he's suddenly out of nowhere start saying at this rally says it afterwards we're the elite like we have bigger houses and we have boats we have better boats and I was like Oh that's right that's who these people are their boat people the Bodo League there's nothing worse than people who own votes well it depends a couple kinds of the outboard motor yes sas pro shop people and then or the yacht people they're all bad about well I mean but the teeth clenched of both those clans are decidedly differently pimple there there's there's they like each other though if you're going to buy something somewhere talking about fathoms both of them we want to get them twelve miles offshore and then they let them do whatever the hell they want if you're going to buy something super expensive and the first thing you do with it is smashed a bottle of champagne against it yeah you're a bad person what trump vintage sparkling I'm sure it is that's exactly know trump wanted was so mad when they told him he couldn't call a campaign he also spells belong to weird label he's the only one who doesn't singular compared to win in France who puts an S. on the end it's weird I can't figure out but the wine is not quite as bad as you hope it would be yeah that'd be very elite for me to judge him on his bad wine it's perfect I think a lot of that's another that is a form of elitism where a mock trump for stuff that's like who gives a damn the quality of his Cini at the trump tower or all these architects and my girlfriends and architect and she's right she's not wrong but of all the things to ding him on the no quality of his buildings a lot of jackal built bad buildings I mean bad buildings all day but there is an aesthetic here that's very like my my wife who's nine architect notice that a picture he took of his office all the tiles were accent tiles which you know you just put a few of because they're very tacky everything's an accent tile I'm like the speed pattern of Bernie Sanders got that's exactly right maybe that's maybe that's why Bernie voters became trump voters just like no subtlety the anti subtlety like Bernie wants to put them in my book on he talks about the Fed Board of governors yeah he wants to put a farmer on the board wants to put someone from a union on the word yeah he wants to put just a normal person who buys things on the board is that bad is a bad idea it's a horrible idea like farmer who's also I've met agrarian AH communist sure our farmers rates smart people housing that's what he meant the smell the economists who do the flower garden no you met a farmer Murphy field and the if if we put a farm on the Board of governors there'd be two reasons we wouldn't be eating there'll be a horrible horrible inflationary situation and nobody making our more of his own sauce than was out there you know he glommed onto the coalition that Sarah Palin excited and she of course was the first I symbol that this was possible but reality TV probably showed us that did he create more people to believe in anti elitism populism or did he just Kinda tap into this underrated demographic that was always out there and under Sir I'll think he's saying anything new that that Sarah Palin or pappy into Obama it's happening so many countries right now there was a great change that happens both feminism there was immigration there the demographic change people move to cities the knowledge economy took over there's a bunch of changes at once and I'm not sure exactly which ones really freak people out more than other ones but people freaked out yeah and the first third of my book I go to the county with the highest percentage of trump voters in the country Miami Myemma might do you find this whenever there's a name that a town takes that has a different there's more famous time they always pronounce it differently like Lima Peru Lima Ohio they always do that yeah in this case it's the it's the tribe that was there yes but I asked them what they didn't like about elites and what what you find is that people can feel acceleration they can't really feel need so that's good even though White Christians are still the most powerful group in the country they have less power than they used to and that's causing existential crisis mhm were there are people who used to act a certain way and now they're told that just being normal to them is evil I've heard people talk about men feeling straight men feeling closeted that's that's been frustrating for me you're tapping into my populism right here tap that populism so yeah I think people are angry and and it's all over the place so you've done I know you for your opinion writings writings that you had the great real estate of the back page of time in the back page of energy weekly you do great profiles do you think and I'm not asking you because of you specifically I would ask ten when do you think that you've changed minds never ever at no occasionally someone's getting so what worked on when it worked what was it that changed minds I'm interested in this because I do this every and then I'm trying to apply to this what the story we could tell about elitism populism that might change your mind it's a good point I mean I try and tell stories in this Tuck for that reason is one small story as the mayor of l. a. let me be the mayor of L. A. for a day Eric Garcetti and follow them around thinking I would be making a bunch of decision it was the complexity of what you want in a leader so my big question as long as I think about this is is the best way to take the elites and take the populists and to sort of me the.
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"That yes that's right summer. Stein season finale streaming taming live yes yes. We're back baby back. Eric and here we are. We are on on back on Youtube back streaming here today for one last time in the summer of SCIATIC. How're you well. They said I have a face for podcasting and it's back it's back. I'm feeling good. I'm excited to be live. There is just so much garbage for us to make fun of and I'm thrilled and I'm feeling really positive about it. I'm feeding the positive. I'm GonNa stay crushing it. I'm feeling this big video energy. You know I was recently. The live show just one week ago and every single person who approached me said basically you guys suck suck. Why why don't you do it every week. Why don't you do it on video anymore. You're not putting in any effort so first few word of the afternoon here goes to us five youths for apparently phoning it in this summer and get into what are you gonNA. They do all right. Well sorry about that. We talked about last week the most complained about podcasts on the Internet Summer Stein but we are back once again and here here. We Are Eric on the Friday before the finale of big brother. Where did the summer go. It's the most goofiest time of of the year this flu by if feels like it was just days ago that everyone hated the entire cast and eh the CAM comeback to buckle and here we are in. It's it's it's over Stein. They'd get cool here in New York. Yes which I know that you famously also do not care for the fall. No Yeah you don't. WanNa set me off I. I don't like a persimmon. I hate pumpkin spice. I don't I don't understand the concept of Crisp air. That's just air. We need air to breathe. It's the same quality air as it was in the summer and it will be in the winter. NTER scenic drives not much of a fan of foliage. I just don't get the appeal there are people still eighty five degrees outside walked around in sweaters and and scarves and and they've turned my pop tarts into Pumpkin spice. Come on guys this is. This is my main complaint if everyone loved it so much why not do it all the time. Why are we just for now. There are plenty of flavors and experiences. We do all year well. Look people like to have something to do. Eric and so the fall gives people an opportunity to have this drink at this time at this at this time so people. I just want to have like a schedule I e household rule and this is a hard and fast. I I had never seen titanic but but I watched it with my girlfriend. I never seen Harry Harry Potter. I watched it with my girlfriend. I will not ever go apple picking happening. I don't care how many kids I have have. I don't care what circum systems they know. You're going to find the time you're going to go apple picking. No that is just grocery shopping outdoors for fifty bucks for just one item and you end up with way too many of them with too many data. Hey once upon a time that your friend and Mine Pala California was is charged with making apple pies. Oh it's a baby dino the dog citing yes. He heard that we're back on camera. He had say here buddy nope right now. He's not pretend resigned. Yes you have police been been known to make make apple pies patching his time and by you know it's all good oh good Paul. I'm saying there has been a lot of disaster going on in this game. Yes big pies for the rest of summer whenever I using NBA's anthem Eric. We have a lot to do today because we're gonNA talk about the end game here as we saw cliff put out of his misery last night at the big brother final we have our final three-set. Wednesday night is going to be the Sonali so we can catch up a little bit about that and and then later on in this hour you and I will begin handing out the hardware we are going to be handing out the awards awards for the UFC achievement at the first annual fee awards for big brother twenty-one so stay tuned for that but Erica Qalat has changed in the last week in the Big Brother House since you and I spoke on Thursday night things are really broke broke against the drection and the desires of Clifford call this week and it's all been coming up Jackson and holly since then. Let me tell you something. This was painful to watch right. I mean you guys covered it all week long by. I'm going to permit you you to compete in a competition. There's absolutely no reason that you wouldn't compete and here's the deal for you. It's going to benefit me entirely. It's not going to benefit if it you at all but since man-to-man were discussing it that that's cool right. I'm just going to lay it out there for you I have it's been a long time. Since I've felt second hand embarrassment to the extent I did after he whispers after they announce the veto results and he whispers to Nicole. We're both staying in what you're saying. You're you're not staying in high. Cliff was was famously named my father before the season ever began. I love seeing him in there. This this was not a this was not they did not he did not bring it home here in the end and now don't get me wrong an incredible experience lots of highlights lots of big competitions wins. Super Fun having him in there but man oh man and this went badly off the rails and I know we discussed this point Ad Nauseam. It's hard to imagine how this could have possibly gone worse. If Tommy were still there well I believe way back when and I think that this is a little prescient that you said that cliff was playing a con Game Yup and to not to not he did things time and time again that kept himself safe and enabled the people in power power to further anchor in stronghold their power because he made himself a number for them instead of opposing them and the only way he was ever getting to the end of this game was to completely topple the power structure which she did not do he instead installed a different power structure that he was also enabling nibbling at the bottom of and he was never going to be able to weigh the win his way to the end he was going to be a big jury threat no matter what and he. I don't see a very similar game and everyone hated items game. Let's let's be clear about this. Everyone thought Adam we'll tell you to this day that he did what he needed to do to survive and that he hyphen better than all the other newbies than the other for or newbies went out. I saw cliff is GonNa have that to hang on. The goal of the game is not to just L- asked it is to potentially win and I do feel like there were some moves along the way that gave him less of an opportunity to do so. I mean going going back to just Kazaa last Thursday. This was all sort of new to us and then we saw so much more of it on on Sunday and Wednesday the whole House meeting business this combating to all of them. I thought Jackson did horribly in that meeting and I can't believe that anybody was buying what he was selling. His points made no sense. It's as I noted last Thursday night. Tommy would not approach Jackson and say hey. Let's hatch a plan to screw holly. Here's what I'm doing. I'm GonNa let you in that made had no sense but then what really made no sense is the narrative that Tommy has been coming after you clipping the call. He's been coming after you well. What are Jackson in Holly. I'm going to do in the final four other than also come after them like what relevance that there is nobody left. There's nothing more that a plus after Jackson has completely exploded on Tommy of course time he's going to go after Jackson at that point so it just really made no logical sense cliff was anchored in because it was a personal benefit to him but it really wasn't it really wasn't they needed the manpower. Somebody else and yes Tom. You would have been very difficult to beat in the and the most likely scenario is they would have lost tatami also but but they needed Tommy. They're playing beach competitions against Jackson and instead. They gave Jack Jackson a second player player on his team. Yeah I think cliff was really just looking for a way to go with Jackson and I think probably over reported. How much Jackson's wins work at the House meeting in his Li- ultimately changed anything. I think that probably when you look at it. I don't know if it did and it was really it was once cliff got holly to match Tommy's offer of throwing the Final Four H. O. H. I think if they're giving us the same deal we got we go with them right and to also clips unfortunate demise is he needed to do. What Jackson actually did he would've. It's been way better off with holly as the age because then it would have been a possibility that Nicole may have been affected if they weren't GonNa win the veto and he wasn't the H. Holder it actually was is a huge disservice to him to have holly jumping off that competition and giving it's in the coal so the whole thing was like super half-baked and but talking himself into believing it and I don't know how much of that is for TV or how much of it is just. It's a long summer but right. I it was rough. It was rough rough for all of them. Holly has lost any sort of like claim seem to be game that she ever had. We thought earlier on that. She was playing this very stealth subtle well position game. She was not snow. It's hard hard we we. We know everybody stands Nicole. We know she's been so great in there so wonderful but where are Kohl's huge food JR strategic influence moments of summer. She won a couple of great competitions. It's the perfect time to come on. She handled herself well. I think that she played a good game but let's not get carried away. I heard you saying this the other night. She didn't like the world on did fine and I think something about the call is that I think she's had really the good reads about things in terms of what what she's been able to observe in this season but I think that she has not been able to act on those reads needs. I think that she's been too timid at times. I think it's the kind of thing that if she gets the chance to play again then maybe she might be able to you then say hey you know what cliff stop year. I'm right you're wrong. Were we're going my way. Okay cliff that I know no. I'm not I'm not following you down off. I'm not going to ride shotgun. As we fell men Louise this thing for sure a bit but it is the social game and she never had the capital or numbers to enact these plans so she could have told Clinton these things but she was without the army which of course puts her in a great position as the underdog and a popular position but it's not a good game position and as for Jackson and there have been people on every season that could win ten competitions. You know what happens to those players on seasons that have actually good players. They go home home so that way..
"stein" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Right. We don't need to get into this. Thanks i mean copy you. How do you think this would go if i posted this. Should i went topless. Hey naughty lit. Are you willing to fill a stein with me and get naughty okay but here's the other thing so. He has two different questions so some people are answering the what's the naughtiest thing you've done and what's where have you travelled to so then you also also have some. Some of the answers are las vegas to see arrowsmith but they're answering right right right. It's like whips chains. Guatemala rhode island yeah somebody who said ordered popeye's and arby's at travel station for myself well. That's a little naughty yeah. Okay all right so there. You go so that's for mike bloom so if we die for that one mike bloom. That's on your head ed. Yeah that's right. I hope it was worth it. Happy birthday mike birthday always remember you told your friends. That's fully kathy. Healthy are as music. He's got the whips and chains. He's angling rob is good. Can you imagine can you imagine you're live on stage. You're facing the audience and from behind you you you hear man <unk>. I'm adding there. What what's his finishing move considering that. He's going after a specifically. It really won't flip flop who comes back when the times good. I see leaves when the times bad is it. The ride and die is at the elliott the ride then dying could be like a power bomb power because scott through old school head clogged the state crushing native course where it's like some sort of vice-like move where he just like squeezes the life fabio good god making stop. He also kind of feels like a high flier of some sort. You could be really basically if he's so much like like flicked us in the head. We'd be dead so really doesn't matter yeah. Okay you know we we definitely do not want to get eh flicked in the head and it's just a sorry interrupt you but i really think that since and so we talked about the manifest and and they're everyone's always thinking about the scenario. The joke is is probably going the beyond me. After i've long long sworn off the fact that i would ever be on returning season in there would never be an all stars. What's gonna really happen is. I'm going to get the call. I'm going to feel really good about about. I'm going to have like a couple of friends in there with me. I'm going to walk through the door and paulie cody. Derek and frankie are going to be standing there together as an alliance and i'm just going to sell right. He's waving this. Guy's got a pie for me. It's just it's going to be. That's really would be the universe teaching me a lesson. Yeah okay well. It's been a fun ride. The rider died specifically. Yeah maybe cliff all we will have your you're back. I could just imagine the motley crue. I'd have to temple yeah. I would happily be a member of cliffs angels two point zero. I think that would be a best case scenario for me but for us the honour season in the last decade. You know yeah so somehow. I don't think you know <hes> <hes> regan and lieber are going to be there for me. They'll align with you. Gotta get to get someone who's been on the show recently. Okay all right eric eric stein great job. I think that this is a longest summer stein at the season..
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"stein" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Watching the civil on all over when you take you yeah yeah that's right the summer of Stein we are back. I am sister Dino and I'm very excited to talk to my only bro that I would be an eskimo brother of produce we're here. He is the Great Eric Stein. Oh It is good to be back rob. The Commodore has been broken so many times since we last spoke up and down from OOFTA food the OOF again <unk> holy cow I last time that we podcast did we started off with a very challenging game and it's getting harder and harder by the week but I wanNA play it again. I call it keep feeding the positive and more we rip this show and this cast to shreds. We are each going to say one nice thing about something to do with big brother grinding. He's actually only loosely big brother adjacent tank. Okay I am going to say and this is. I don't know it's Kinda negative but positive for me the New York City events are going to be lit laughter..
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"Try again. Okay. Yeah. I do have some disappointing news to report idea out to one of be breakout stars of summer of Stein and also their PR ramps. And I was told that we were to mean to them. So they wouldn't come on trips tunnel man, man, if we want contacts, we're going to have to get. Dollar pony up. Eric, there was also a lot of requests from our listeners that they're you know, the big brother podcasting space is very fertile ground. You have so so many of your peers are also in the big brother podcasting space. There was some some requests for you to do a some sort of a podcast book club of sampling, a variety of big brother podcasts foreign commit to this. Give me like the one line. Log line on a few of these who exactly are the these podcasters. I just wanted to make sure I know, well, we could do some research and get the whole the whole tasting menu. Yeah. There are some I'd like to hear from more than others. But I'll Kay. I'm willing to sample. This. I feel like I know how I will feel watching them is going to be similar to the time. You binged all of fuller house, more similar and more. Immediately similar to the time that I watched all three episodes, whatever. Whatever. Alright Eric anything else. You wanna say while we have you here in the winter of Stein. Know excited to be back and talking nonsense. Fear the three people who are watching who may not have been familiar with the summer of Stein. The thing that I love about this show is that I feel like we treat big brother with the exact amount of respect that it deserves not even saying that with shade. I am not insulting the show, but you know, people tend to get a little tense about situation. And I like having a home where I can come and talk about some of the lighter moments of the big brother world and not have to deactivate my social media or anything along those lines. So I'm happy to come along for a weeks of nonsense. And I appreciate you having me back. And if you watch closely big brother is telling you exactly how it wants to be treated. That's right. And I feel but we we often get lost deep in the strategy of it all in the fan bases of it all in the. The hatred of it also. We should instead get lost in be idiocy of it. All because I agree. I think that they they're owning it. So why shouldn't we? Okay. All right. Next time. We'll be back with Eric Stein. Get your questions in you can Email us all week long winter of Stein at Rob's website, aecom, hashtag winter of Stein. And also what else are leaves a voicemail Rob's web. So that counselors voicemail so many ways to contact us. So we'll be back together in one week's time as we like to do here on the winter of Stein. Let's go ahead. And then we will give you a preview of what to expect next time on the winter of Stein ready. I am ready. Okay. If Eric thinks that he's going to try to hold out any of his catchphrases or best material and running jokes for the season. Finale. He's got another thing coming. This is the power of ITO meeting. I'm Ryan locked the. I gotta go. I have no idea. I was going with that. Who will win the power of veto? Will they use it and make Ryan locked e given nother speech find out next time on the winter of. Wake up in the in doing. By the time. I thought dealing. I regret. My Neil READY STEADY. Winters..
"stein" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Our most prolific callers here is our good friend, Victoria. Hey, rod has a podcast head. Hey, Eric Stein. It's stick Torreon. And I have a question for my. I saw on the opening opening night. Like, Ricky Williams was like learning how to make like homemade little medicines and stuff. So my question to you is would you ever take one of Ricky Williams homemade medicine, so? Yeah. Because I think I would anyway, I hope you have a beautiful day. Bye guys. Okay. Eric, would you take very much, Victoria? Would you take any Ricky Williams homemade medicine, first of all great to hear from an old friend? I thought I thought it was going to be. Was it Maureen or Marilyn who had to get dentists appointment, and we were hoping? Erica, Ricky Williams, not the first or last big brother destined to be making their own medicine. Right. Big big brother nine contestants were also working with pharmaceuticals. Correct. And if you have been to any of the after parties more common. I remember when I got off the show, and I thought to myself, I didn't even know what half the things that. I was hearing about. But I think that what we I would take these, and it would be a great segment for the winter of Stein is that possibly I will recap an episode after getting treatment from Ricky. That would be fantastic. If you do that. I would enjoy some acupuncture as well. I think we'd be in good hands. I would enjoy a segment truly where they you know, let's say they have. Tyler. And he goes with each celebrity, and he does like there with them like he goes swimming with Ryan locked the end, he samples some of, you know, Ricky Williams treatments. I feel like that would have been really brilliant for their opening segments. I like to see that some synergy from the summer to the winter rally. Maybe they have like each one of the big brother twenty contestants. They could've paired them with somebody shadow them for day. Yes. Yes. I did frightfully here. Even Marie say, let's go in the first ten minutes. So we know we're. Let's go Switzerland. Okay. Let's do some more questions for Eric. This is one from Felipe. Where's the mooch? Also, who do you predict will be the? Fhu player this season, Eric all right? We have covered the mooch is whereabouts. This is a pretty big roof. He's gonna be tough to outdo. But I I am I'm sticking with Joey Lawrence being be foreign away. Most tastic houseguests this season. He's going to be the person who comes way, just looking like jackass gap is not going to do anything for him other than make people think he is like the best case scenario for celebrity. I wanted to be shows. It's to be accessible. Oh, they're just like us. You know, it's like the magazines was this stars. They're just like us. They pumped their own gas. They're so funny. I never knew this side of their personality. Well, I never knew beside of his personality where he was a big timing asshole. Like, I liked him one hundred times less Alrighty. And the longer. He stays there. I feel like that probably will continue to be the case he's very self important. So I will say that. And I think the most testing moment of the three night premiere has to be even lo-lose final to deal that was a that was a four who for right there. That was a classic shift. Joe talking about Dan, Dan. Eric. I'm just so glad that you didn't come into the winter of Stein. And if we asked you a question about who was the fiesty player of the season that you didn't say maybe maybe at the end of the season. I'll say if I win guy. Food and cameo that was kind of my old. Or bis Ahmir of sorts. I don't wanna say what kinds. But that was then MRs now now, I I'm producing now guys. So. True draw. I think who's going to be looking at the end of this. I think Tom green is feeling pretty fool right now. And I will say the five moments that nobody has hit upon or no way. The the biggest laugh I got in the first three episodes was the back to back opening videos in which I Lola spills her drink on herself. And then I know it's not nice to laugh at children, but good old rack stint..
"stein" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Out the summer of stein podcast coming up on monday gonna have that for you guys so we'll get all of that if you wanna get your questions in you could send in your email big brother at rob's website com or robbins website accomplish voicemail three two three two r h a p and otherwise we'll be back again live after a wednesday night's episode okay uh let's get into the live feeds coming up right now the office of civil defense has issued the following message this is warning spoiler warning means than actual spoiler this has been detected and active action should be taken taryn so we know the back door plan as been in the works for a couple of days now we're getting ready for believe the power of veto is going to be well actually the we have the power veto was played and won i tyler which i found to be surprising that tyler would go through i mean i think maybe we've unrest or at least i had how just how badly he wants to see swaggie see out of the house well part of it also may be that this was an individually timed competition so it can be difficult to throw if you want to also look like you weren't trying to throw it so tyler from what he said to kaitlin he guest on three of the answers did not expect to be correct and when he buzzed in he was correct and he was like oh wow i did not expect do this what tyler is saying to kaitlin you know that sort of throat take that with a major grain of salt anything tyler tells caitlyn yes i do know that he obviously wanted to prevent see from winning this competition because caitlin was feeling a little iffy about the idea of tricking fethi into using the veto only to back door his best friend in the house us feeling very guilty about that she didn't really want to do it so i i know that tyler probably felt the need to do better than fethi although he probably would have preferred to see somebody else win that said the plan that he wants to go through with is to use the veto on scotty and hopefully win some goodwill scott especially now that swaggie is going to be probably going home okay so hyler to me i mean unless he's going to pull one of these all my god knowing that she was going to do isn't he going to be completely exposed to that other side of the house at this point that he was in on this whole plan yeah and he already has been basically you know caitlin very quickly went to people right after right after tyler told her you need to vote this way caitlyn went to rockstar and haley and said tyler told me i need to vote this way he told me what's what's what you said about me and and they did not forget that which obviously they shouldn't so then after the fact you know they eventually told swaggie like tyler said to kaitlin that you said these things about her that made swaggie upset with tyler it's made rockstar varies suspicious of tyler and and so they are already on board with tyler can't be trusted at this point they think that he is just somebody who is like he's he's he's just like exposing secrets like he's trying to turn caitlyn against them they still think he's kind of with them or he might be slightly associated with the other side they do not realize that he has been playing them the whole time it hasn't been in an alliance with the other side they are still a bit far behind in that regard but they do realize tyler is the reason caitlyn doesn't trust swaggie anymore and they watched to target him next week if they have the ability you've been update of how many people in the house know what's gonna happen tomorrow well so initially it was only level six plus j c however just earlier today kaitlyn told haley that this was the plan she's going to back door swaggie and she told caitlin or sorry haley not to tell anyone haley then went and told rockstar so now haley and rockstar no leaving the only people that don't know as bailey swaggie fethi and and scotty i think and and they haley.
"stein" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"And minute of your life everybody what's going on rob sister dinner here and i could not be more excited for what we're about to do today because it was a couple of weeks back i got a message from one of my favorite people who said to me hey you wanna do something crazy during this big brother season and i said you know that that is exactly what i want to be doing and here we are it is the summer of stein please welcome my cohost for this amazing weekly podcast eric stein summer of stein twenty eighteen summer steve twenty eighteen rob i know what you're up to here and i'm not happy about it i already regret texting new i last night i was aid shamed by the great diabolical super genius matt hoffman and here i am what was supposed to be an audio podcast suspiciously has turned into a video just mock me has an well we're not alive for not doing after the episode or anything like that but i wanted to record the video of this because i don't know what sort of craziness we're going to capture here in the summer of stein but it felt like a waste to not at least be attempting to talk about any of the visual things that are going to be certainly be going on here in the summer of stein so we have video up it's going to be on the youtube channel at the when i post the podcast version of this and of course the podcast feed we will be recording these on mondays or until eric stein quits which could be week we hour from now on we're not make it through this one to make this as tech tackler as the show itself i wanted to make sure i hear your streaming on all platforms now so i wanted to bring myself up to speed so i have opened up the al chat rooms in check.
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"stein" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"We also explode some cookie dough everywhere in your kitchen in the middle of that it was well that was not cookie doubts it was out a bright that's like a metaphor for you come in any way exploding better actually really funny too because said the not before oh no excuse me amber had reminded me that i'd miss valentine's day and so i was like okay i'll get my deck hard i'll take her to eight and we've got these butter bright and you're supposed to leave him out to thaw and it's a strawberry cream cheese and it's very nice at that level light not maybe decaf coffee or some champagne and some a slice of butter brayden it'll be nice and then as it was devaluing the following it literally just exploded out of the bag in strawberry she it was all elder my god dan counter and it stein it was stein it was cream cheese aunt first off best believe before i cleaned it up yeboah lick the fuck encounter and ahead the cuts puts all exploded i didn't hear so i'm finding out about adult i'm having to go to ball i'm having to go to boston actually two days later monday not saturday but you've already about the ticket so now you have to change your flights hand your hotels how everything so i've china fought changed my hotels do all the shia an in our house you cosmic five hundred and five dollar an honest it really set because a lot of times delta like sometimes i can change pot and it's like don't worry that initiate a but this particular time and it because it was so close to it the right yeah it'll be five hundred dollars i'm sitting right where i really don't have a choice a half to do this goddamn showcase it's worth more to me in the end but i'm still fucking furious so do that might hail dick's harden off a condo hit so next day wake up uh i get to the chatanooga airport at six thirty four a seven o'clock flight i'm sitting up there is something burning not as the heater you turned the goddamn hate old now i turn on auto.
"stein" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class
"The autobiography of alice be togo's also really emphasized gertrude stein 's purported personal influence on the cubism school of art something that highly offended a great many cubists artists there's part of it it's like man i wish i had that kind of confidence while both women had been well known in parisian artistic and literary circles this book made both of them internationally famous stein as its author and tokelau is as its purported subject they both travelled back to the united states says stein could carry out is sold out lecture tour this was a huge publicity event that included newsreel appearances tea with first lady eleanor roosevelt and meetings with such famous names this charlie chaplin this would also be stein's last visit to the united states after a quick sponsor break we will get to their lives during and after world war 2 which in what may surprise some listeners the extent of which surprised me includes a heavy dose of supporting the vichy government and its collaboration with nazi germany today show is sponsored by talk space the online therapy company that lets you message a licensed therapist from anywhere at any time all you need is a computer with an internet connection or my preference is the talk space mobile app it's actually the only way use it that means you can improve your mental health even if you've had trouble making time for it in the past if you can't imagine fitting anything else into your life i completely understand that is where i was at but i also felt angry and frustrated at a lot of the time i needed some went to help so i signed up for talk space and it has been amazing and we talk space therapy is as easy as sending your therapist a message you can get something off your chest whenever you need to you you can talk about your everyday challenges at work or at home or just chat about life remember that therapy is not just about venting your inner most thoughts are digging into childhood memories it's also about practical everyday strategies for stress management and living a happier life that has been the whole focus of my work with dark space the talk space platform has more than two thousand license therapists who are experienced in addressing life challenges that we.