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"taeb" Discussed on Skullduggery
"The group you're affiliated with was among fifty progressive organizations that recently signed a letter to the Biden campaign asking that it turn the pages on nine eleven policies that have resulted in an endless cycle of war now joe. Biden has supported most of those policies over the years he voted for the Iraq war. Most of his senior foreign policy advisers are centrists who have been deeply involved in shaping many of those nine eleven policies. How comfortable are you with the Biden foreign policy team right now and what would you like to see changed? As, noted, demand progress led a coalition letter to add buying campaign and May. That was signed on to buy a know more than fifty national groups. It was really the the only and largest effort taken by the left. This was as soon as Senator Sanders left of the race trying to advocate what the campaign watt we want to see from from potential Biden administration in terms of calling on him to support diplomacy multilateral. And to the ramp agenda of militarization that we're seeing. As you know again, for decades, US foreign policy has really been focused on confrontation with perceived adversaries and doing. So has has militarized our response to global challenges and has really distorted our national security spending priorities. We specifically would like a commitment from the Biden campaign to support repealing the two, thousand, one, two, thousand, and two authorisation for use of military force. For Four. Right I mean Obama supported repealing it i. mean even trump has talked about repealing that's kind of a consensus view in foreign policy circles although nobody seems actually to have the gumption to actually do it. Yeah and. For US having those specific commitments is incredibly important. We also, as as you probably saw in that letter, the letter articulated ten specific principles that we'd want to see the Biden team commit to one of them was also supporting our reduction in the defense military budget. We're talking about a bloated budget that annually it's over seven, hundred billion. We also called on him to pro specific regime change broad-based sanctions. You know a commitment to support human rights centered foreign policy, and that means ending support for governments that violate human rights. We have objections to a number of folks in the Biden or policy orbit. That, you know opposed blocking sales of arms to. The UAE and as you know that's that's A. Major priority who are those who you object to shell foreign away is one in a row. Hanes is another because of her support, Abraham specifically for support and endorsement of torture she haswell's. Director and also for her role in working at Pailin tears since leaving the Obama Administration and Michele Flournoy as you know her consulting firm, the rule she had on her opposition again to blocking arms to Saudi when the vast majority of the Democratic Caucus was on the other end of that issue is particularly troubling press. Well, let's talk about some of those particulars like with Averill Hanes, for example. So working for pollen tear, what specifically did she do at Jalan tear that concerns you because my understanding is that she was largely if not exclusively involved in advising them on diversity issues bringing in more women, more minorities in large part because Pailin tear is A. Is a real kind of feeder company for the administration that way you would get more diverse national security staff as well. Presumably. I. Mean Frost. It's the fact that she was consulting for a company that has given this administration, the tools and ability to be able to deport countless undocumented immigrants tearing apart our immigrant communities. Associated with the Association as opposed to what she was specifically doing, and then on Gina Hassle who clearly is not someone I mean she also had an association with the Torture Program and that is your concern with her endorsing Gina Hospital for that because the alternative. I remember at the time that trump was considering tom cotton to be head of the. CIA, and at a certain point. Progressives are not going to get their CIA director. So the question is right I mean it was Gina. Hassle. The Best of not very good possibilities. Yeah and I've certainly heard those arguments. So at the time, I actually working at the Center for victims of torture and our organization took the lead on the nomination fight for Gina Hospital that the very first week that hassle was nominated is when April hanes came out publicly and support of her endorsed are her endorsement was noted in the media was cited on the website on White House. For us also that the rumors that Tom, cotton was someone that was an alternative to Gina they. Simply rumors. If he was going to be nominated he wasn't going to get confirmed and the coalition of organizations that were working to block do you no hassles nomination we knew that. So you know for us, it was incredibly important again to draw the line to say that someone who had an operational role and torture had absolutely no right to get promoted to become the director of the agency and frost particularly troubling to see someone from from the Obama Administration, you know your your letter called for a two hundred billion dollar cut in defense spending, which is a lot of money, but it's worth noting that trump although he. Is supported bigger. Military Budgets is actually taken steps to reduce US military presence and footprint around the world is cutting troops, US troops in Germany, for instance, in one start most of the Democratic Party has criticized him for these moves and in terms of its post. Russia Gate Critique as criticized trump for not being more robust in military aid to Ukraine. For instance, this was a major subject of on the grounds on which they impeached him. So how do you sort of process and view the democratic critique of trump for not being robust, enough robust sufficiently in confronting Russia and providing military aid to countries like Ukraine? Are criticizing this really in terms of when we're talking about. The, the amount of spending Yeah. The again, talking about the bloated Pentagon budget, our concerns has been that we need to reassess our priorities where we're talking about. Right now that you last has more than two, hundred, forty, thousand active duty and Reserve Simpson in what over one hundred, seventy countries. That SIS incredibly problematic even in the sense that trump has maybe taken some steps to try to indicate that perhaps he's supportive of scaling down our troops overseas or taking these steps up progressives would bind welcoming and supportive. I find that mainly as a just. Attempts by by trump to kind of distract us from from other national crises that are happening at is so our message has been very clear in terms of what we want to see from the next administration. He want to ensure that we're scaling back. We want to ensure that the next administration supports military restraint rebuts diplomacy a very fundamental shift in US foreign policy. We absolutely should not have a Pentagon budget annually that is over seven, hundred, billion dollars and I. Think you know that the rational progressive caucus most recently they put four set an amendment to the. National. Defense authorization. Bill and that was lag by represent Canon Lee and Senator Sanders in the Senate calling for ten percent cut which unfortunately failed. But we saw it as an encouraging efforts by members in the Democratic Caucus to talk about what we'd like to see in in terms of how we want to reassess our priorities you what was the response to the letter from the Biden Campaign? So the response to the letter immediately after we sent a letter, the vinyl team has actually set up regular six calls with a handful of our organizations. These calls are. Led by twenty, blink an and Vice President Biden and foreign policy team and do. A provided that opportunity to our organizations to engage the campaign on progressive foreign policy priorities on a regular basis.
"taeb" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"All the values of our country are being subverted atten. In we've been through listen. In sixty nine urged flu pandemic and his country. and. I'm at a higher death rate covid. Hundred thousand. Americans died only half of. And we all went to woodstock. Already. We we went to woodstock and it wasn't in the brass. is part of life. It's all about perception ultimately. This is being used as. Is Security Agenda? Which Taeb and Pushing for some many years. Isn't Alvidi dominant agenda, of course, is the biggest tool for flirts areas because. As you know. Gerbil said as Or gearing said or An number of you. How did you get the German people? To move like sheep do whatever you said and he said it's easy. To be a fascist got. In on Arc in democracy, it doesn't matter US fear. Is You people point to something is that each year that I'm the only one who can say? Anything you tell them to do. And so for many years, we've been pointing Communist. You gotTA behavior on because they're gonNA at you or whatever. Now they've got something is you know you're of this disease which gives them a power note tyrant in history. The conduct shut down the entire nation they played. I'll go to the beach on your girlfriend. It's crazy. and. You know it's not proportional. It is not proportional to the Frat and that's what I don't I like risk. Very Go. You know people actually are are fearful and things they ought of easier. Around, fearful of light in all the time. We're we're we're on our way we'll keep plugging away and. We enjoyed so much about having you on Robert is I, think it brings people together. We don't have all the agreements all the way down initially but for something like this, which is really really serious problem to build alliances, we need them because there's no one person to get up and say, this is what you're going to do. So I, want to express my deep appreciation and our program deep appreciation for you being with us today..
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Aotea dot big fan on each and caffeine affect mood and cognitive performance healthy nine has been shown to potentially increase the Alpha waves in your brain and these waves linked to mental realization and also helping to fight stress signals. It's also been shown to increase the number of feel good chemicals new brain which has been shown to prove your overall mood your memory and your concentration another difference between green tea and matcher. Is that the whole leaves. Aw ingested so it's a more potent source of nutrients than Steph's green tea and some sources cite that one serving match matchy is in nutritional equivalent of ten cups of regular Brews Green Tea with match T. containing two hundred thirty seven times more antioxidants. More information on until do remember back through all previous episodes as we've come at this in depth. Bought the on anti-oxidants in Macho a called polyphenyls and they've been linked to protection against heart disease and also helping to reduce your blood pressure again because of the the factual construing the Whole Leaves Matchup. You also gaps through three times. The amount of caffeine the compost tate about the amount you get in a brew coffee and Macho Warriors out there who proponent of the product with claim that you don't get a caffeine buzz life from coffee or something like that but an alert com due to the lvn on present which can induce feelings of relaxation without the drowziness again. Oversee Caffeine has same benefits. I'm pitfalls already touched on this too much but what I will say. Is that the impact of caffeine weight. Loss's regularly being examined. Several studies suggesting the caffeine can help the metabolic rate and increase fat burning. So let's potentially the the benefits thoughts in much tees. Well we've seen four seems forever. That marketers have been pushing green tea products as a weight loss tool whether that be just literally drinking green tea or as a supplement in pills for example. And it's been a number of studies that have lingering t to fat loss however there are of course opposing studies which is shown no such link but the studies. Supporting Green. Tea's thought thank state that the active ingredients can boost the effects of some fat burning hormone such as Norepinephrine noradrenaline and main antioxidant and T. E. G. C. G. Which has said much as well can help inhibit an enzyme that breaks down the hall man nor epinephrine. So that when this ends honest hypnotise. The amount of north of noradrenaline increases promoting fat breakdown. And as I said at the Star Macho Green tea has a similar nutritional profile yet it contains significantly higher levels of things like egg than regular green tea and this has been shown to have highest biological activity among green tea. Gaskins and again if you remember from previous episodes Catkins are type of disease. Fighting flavonoids anti oxidant so as mattress. So high in this egghead. It's interesting to look studies following its influence on fouls as well because I was a green tea's been looked at in big debt as well so this face needs to be further. Developed on some of the results are inconsistent but two thousand five study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition looked at individuals that drawing catechin rich tease. Macha on those who drunk rich green tea. That didn't have as much catechin is in on the people. Drinking teas just match dropped almost twice as much weight in twelve weeks. Participants who didn't additional human studies have collectively also found that taking hundreds of four hundred sixty milligrams of egg together with ace two three hundred milligrams of caffeine for at least twelve weeks linked to significant weight loss and reduction of body. Fats what is interesting to note from this? Many studies dot the fat burning effects of things. Like you'll match guarantee Harley justic on almost dependent on not consuming caffeine habitually so all the time EG CG has also been studied extensively and has been shown to help fight inflammation in your body. Help maintain healthy all trees. I'm promote cell replant so because macek contains grade levels of antioxidants such as G. It appears to be a superior. Taeb gets the all the benefits of green tea on more. But it's important to keep in mind that was laid out when it comes to weight loss. It's a very small piece of the puzzle doomed to stress that you should not be over consuming match Or even green. Tea's tries to make sure you don't how to more than two cups a day. Really so that concludes. Today's episode on match tee. Tonight you understand what is being all the next time you hear someone match. Lotta hipster cafe for example. But that's that's over. Now we're GONNA hit you. 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"taeb" Discussed on Important, Not Important
"The world and and we try to expose that give voice to as much as we can for for each of you. Is there a? Is there a specific relationship that you can point to that was a catalyst to get you to where you are today to do what you do so? I had a really on influential biology teacher in high school. And ever since I took this class in ninth grade I knew I wanted to be a scientist and it was a bit of a road to get to Pediatric disease I started doing research trying to understand how South American bats were related to each other at the genetic level. And after that. I realized I wanted to help kids in so ever since then. I've been trying to understand. You know how we can identify new therapies for pediatric muscle disease. And so it's been incredibly rewarding Because I do get to interact with these kids. That have cancer and their families through Alex's lemonade stand and through being next to a children's hospital and try and show them what I'm doing on and try to make the biggest impact possible in. So that's really rewarding motivates me to even or Carter might might ninth. Grade Valley was Mrs Thompson and like bless her heart. She did not make you want to care about science. Oh no you could have been on. A different path could have been studying life. That's awesome. That's really bad so for me. I think I got the research bug probably in college. I had a a wonderful professor doctor. Bean losing. Yeah who who Took me in when I was a junior in college and I really got the bug I feel like my upper level biology courses. I was always so struck by what we didn't know and that led me to go to graduate school and interestingly enough I thought I would be like an immunologist and I when we go to graduate school in Biomedical Sciences. We often do these rotations. Where we spend a two to three month stint in a different laboratories than the one that I started. Off In with more computational focused and I really like that and I ended up I rented in the lab worked on A rare systemic autoimmune disease and a lot of that work was basically asking the question. Which about you know if I'm working on a rare disease and use techniques Like big data that require a lot of cases. How can I leverage other types of data or data measuring things other than what I'm directly studying To to learn about the disease that I'm interested in and that is how I see a lot of what we do at the Childhood Cancer. Taeb as well as thinking about All this investment that's been made in different kinds of Contacts looking at cell lines looking at Zebra Fish. How does that come together to teach us about childhood cancer and that is very exciting to me to put that data to work. Do you think the same opportunities to do that. And we'll get more into this Would have been available ten years.
Iraqi Shiite militia supporters attack US embassy compound in Baghdad
"Angered by deadly strikes targeting Iran backed militia dozens of Iraqi Shiite militiamen and their supporters broke into the US embassy compound in Baghdad on Tuesday smashing a main door and setting fire to a reception area in one of the worst attacks on the embassy in recent memory. American gods. Let's fight tear gas and polls of smoke rose over the embassy grounds. There were flames rising from inside the compound. US soldiers were on the roof of the main embassy. Building with guns pointed at protesters. A man on the loudspeaker urged the mall not to enter the compound saying the message was delivered. There were no reports of casualties as the State Department said all American personnel was safe and there were no plans to evacuate the embassy. The government plan to send more troops to protect the compound the breach followed. US Air strikes on Sunday that killed twenty five fighters of the Iran backed militias in Iraq. The CA- TAEB Hezbollah the US military theresa the strikes were in retaliation for last week's killing of an American contract in a rocket attack on an Iraqi military base that the US blamed on the militia. Russia Donald Trump blamed Iran for the embassy breach and cold on Iraq to protect the diplomatic mission. The developments also represent a major downturn turn in Iraq. US relations could further undermine US influence in the region and American troops in Iraq and we can Washington's hand in its pressure campaign pain against Iran
"taeb" Discussed on Story Pirates Podcast
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3 Aviator Guests Who Flew The F117
"Today we have not one two three we Aviators who flew the F.. One seventeen so with us today. We have colonel at Whitley. We have colonel. Ralph Goetchel and colonel. Ganja Gentlemen thank all of you for being here. We also have their wives with us here. They were able to join us so Just want to thank the six of you for making the trip up to to Oshkosh Wisconsin. Shearson time on this pleasure absolutely so and also they'll be joining us tonight for. EA Speaker series which For those are you listening. It's too late for you but make sure you missed a good one guy you know especially that one part but do check our local to the oshkosh area. Ever want to make a trip sometime. When it's not air venture be sure to check our social media on our website and our online newsletter for for future dates for this for the series so with that of course I guess I'll I'll kick it over to you to kind of ask what we usually ask for the introductory questions for our I guess one of my favorite questions ask because everybody has a story What I made you WanNa fly well for me? As a child growing up I was the child of a World War Two veteran. My Dad worked for a company in which there was is a retired Military Aviator who was the president and CEO of textile the organization being from the South and he was a big collector of military aircraft. And he he shared this collection with the people who work for his organization and so we as kids. We just climb all over a variety of military aircraft and been a little bit older than these other guys I Remember Korea Had Our tendency to visit the local airport just watching it but what the moment that really struck me was when I had my first Ryder t thirty. The three in the backseat. My time is that My choices were go through. ROTC in college or not go to college and be a grunt in the United States are going to be at Phnom and frankly when I went to field training between my sophomore junior year and had that first orientated applied on ever get get visit. Myrtle Beach Airforce Base took off on their forget we broke ground on a cloudy sky and that contrast to the ocean and the white sand. And I said Gosh. Gosh this is what I WANNA do. That was that moment that really struck out for me and I had a great again in front seat and that was that was a magic moment for me. That's awesome How about you Colonel Jill? We're like to point to say that my father who was in the military inspired mutation Taeb restrained to be AAA battery commander so that didn't feel bad but my mother was a navy wave during World War Two and it was a linked trainer operator and she brought with her the navy how to fly manuals and all the things that I just devoured in junior high and high school. I lived on a ranch in central Florida that was in the running line for the navy. Pine Castle air to ground range or GonNa rage and so I could be down there shoveling horse apples or whatever it is that at a ranch boy does it'd be threes and fours and four eight. Five eight vigilantes roaring overhead on looking up and Goya looks like a lot more fun than down here and I did a little investigation allegation and found out that the navy guys running aircraft carrier. And there's no women on carrier knows no beer on the carrier and that that launched launched me on a on a career near fourth. Although my dad wasn't an aviator was on the Coast Guard World War Two timeframe when I was young very young he took me to an EA gathering back when it was in Rockford. And I got my first flight in a gypsy. Moth Open Air. I don't remember eight or nine years old in it's kind of set a spark. My father was always aviation suzy's and then as I was getting into high school I just thought the flight fighters be like the greatest job in the world early in high school. Had I had a cousin that went to the Air Force Academy and I got to thinking I was also the oldest of seven children in the finances of going to college made made a huge difference if the government was sending me to college and I got a chance to be a pilot. Boy that'd be cool owes able to get into the Air Force Academy train their want to go to pilot training and it was just kind of always been my goal to head in that direction. I didn't necessarily have specific specific path but worked out and there. We have how that's awesome. That's really cool. You have an EA if you're early flight and that's pretty wild. It's grown a bit Rockford. We noticed it so we just heard your first experience in an airplane What about the what? What did you was the first plane? Overflowing well following pilot training. No now you just mean like as a kid but as I said in the t thirty three that's an awesome. I fly has an awesome and of course it there in that timeframe There was a program in. ROTC for juniors and sophomores to Get their pilot. License called the flight instruction program and I went through that and of course into the air force and on the pilot training but my first airplane eh operation and was the F. One hundred which kind of an interesting about that as a kid growing up I mentioned that my first flight and the t thirty three was There'll beach airforce. Base happened to be two three fifty four th wing air flying f one hundred's so as a kid. I got a lot of Hans and I never thought that I'd be one of those guys flying the F. One hundred it's an amazing airplane. Yes it is about you. My first light was in a was in a Tri Pacer and my I had a I had a friend in elementary school was interested in aviation as well and my brother and we saved our money and we parents take us out your fort and got a little introductory flight And the next one after that was on my way to the Air Force Academy Outta me. My Kademi lays officer now. This central Florida had a steer men and he put me up in the German to go flying and that open cockpit Pitt. Experience was quite a thrill that is pretty cool at the step up from a Tri Pacer. Quite a bit so we'll talk a little bit about how you guys transitioned into the F. One seventeen program And currently I guess we should start with you since you you were there for pretty early on to keep household about that yes and the late nineteen eighties. I received my backup of it in late late. Nineteen Eighty I was just finishing the eight and fighter weapons school and being reassigned their analysis to be the assistant operations officer in that unit. Something I'd really want to do for some time really looking forward to it but no sooner had I arrived in the squadron and I got a phone phone call from the gentleman I had never met before. who asked me if he could meet me a specific building a specific perfect room at a specific time in several weeks ahead? This guy's name was Bernard Bob Jackson Quite a character in his own right in On the predetermined date and time I arrived air knocks on the door. Door opens about an inch. And I hear this voice is. Are you whittling. I said Yes sir they let me see your ID card slip it through the door. Who knows what's going on the other side he's probably chuckling or whatever but invites me in and we have about three five minute interview that Everything he offered was great but not assured I took him up on his offer. And that's how I joined the unit and made a commitment At that time and two or three months later one of the first in whoops called the initial padres to show up. We didn't have a permanent place to stay. We had a couple of Single wide trailer on on the flight. Line at Nellis Air Force Base and I spent about four and a half five years With the unit I watched it go from obtaining are I eighty seven to become an seven unit the with the as our cover story story Doing Avionics testing and of course I was For whatever reason nothing unique about me because because there were several very talented and capable people in part of that initial Kadre but Colonel Jackson for whatever reason he did elected to Have may be the first operational pilot now. I've had two theories about that. The first is I was expendable. Yeah and so. If it didn't work out nothing was lost but and as it turned out That that was a very unique experience and then of course Being the first operational pilot help check out the next guy and so on and so forth and eventually we received airplanes wanted to time and we checked out people want at the time and by while the intent was by nineteen eighty two to have limited operational operational capability. We simply just didn't the airplanes fast enough because some challenges that they had faced in that process and well how to build it exactly and each airplane was very unique in his own right. What those first few coming up? Because there's a lessons learned very quickly. Adjustments were being made in the Production and June of eighty five rolled around I had basically Evolved into being the Training Squadron Commander and I left the unit about four or five assignments later in August of nineteen ninety. I showed back up on the doorstep So we we had come all the way back to band at one fifty and being the first operational pilot. That's the how we came about my bandit number
"taeb" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Ads and also your towards verb for writings endless emails about these inscrutable songs for years people have been creating nonsense rap music without any robots in their group. Three ordinary guys got fed up with this anthropocentric bias and decided to invite Rachelle Octavia Taeb Bainbridge of Tottenham to join the Diane Kruger effect on their debut Albany pluribus quattro. The result was bla-bla-bla and paragraphs and yet get to the list. There's more of them later. More from the Diane Kruger Affect our favorite band Michael Wilbon joins us now and we will get due to the cups but we've got to start with football I think and to me and I opened the show with this. I always liked Eli Manning and he had a two super bowls but in the last couple of years they were terrible and he was terrible. What did you make Daniel Jones. He looked he looked to. I don't know oh how long that sustains but he looked great didn't he. If he did Tony I started when I was as I was watching the Internet game watching Tampa Bay butcher it like Tampa Bay often does no kick kick or you think you don't like apply. They've had seven kickers in the last eight years crazy even as I was watching that I thought Oh my God the the amount of Slurp Age on Daniel Jones and the East tomorrow yeah just young to be I mean I mean it'll be the number one thing overreaction Monday. This could put them in the hall of fame. I'm Illinois I mean. I think that I mean I'll look back to Patrick Mahomes New York Mark Patrick Mahomes when he debuted like when when you first saw Patrick mahomes throwing you said Whoa Whoa look at this it leads took an appropriate appropriate number of weeks of Daniel Jones consumption. I mean I'm sorry of Patrick Mahomes consumption and it was quick but there were three or two three or four games I mean I knew what Daniel Jones given that. He's in New York Jersey. It was gonna be you know. Just give it get the straws out for the slurping well if he played that well. If you quarterback played that well you would say wow we don't. We don't have quarterback for that. Well my point is it's one one game one game over five hundred which is more than Eli can say after fifteen years true yeah and he makes that one. I I can't make that run lissette lifting. There's these two separate topics. He was great period new paragraph. It was one game period new paragraph. That won't stop the presumption that this will go on you know for you know hall of Fame Career won't stop it and it's funny. I I understand the nature of these days particularly in assessing the NFL but he was great period. There's no but there's no he. I mean he ran. I didn't even know that he had that component that he could make places legs. His judgment was good. I watched him in the preaching a couple of times. I don't watch any preseason football but it just happened to catch him. I'm not sure why I I even checked the channel on preseason football Daniel Jones I mean when he came in Tony Week won a couple of weeks ago and the giants were getting blown out in Dallas. Ah think he completed his first six pack so everything looks like the giants did not overreach to take him when they did or put faith or any of that looks like what they've done is is great so far. I would say so far just because you so you have these things that you have people who come in the league and there's on fire for few weeks. You never hear from again. I don't think that's going to be the case with him. but just the the confluence circumstances will lead him of course day be a combination of Joe Montana and the you know interior bradshaw and Johnny United just the circumstances of where he plays the franchise for which he plays and the whole story surrounding the drafting in the replacing of antics. There's nothing nothing. You've said that's wrong. It's all you're all completely correct. I was struck yesterday. Boy The late games were great. The giants game the charges game. The forty thirty nine is game. Even the Carolina who in dial name is Kyle Alantheia. I never saw and Carolina in Orleans. Was it two teams debt. That was like wow I did not have those teams in my in my pool I didn't I there was no way in the world. I was going to take nicotine. Missing drew brees team missing on the road right on the road Seattle. How `Bout that stat yesterday. That was the first time pete a Pete Carroll. Coach Seahawk team had ever lost at home in September. He had never gave an November five years in the face. What happened is wrong. It was one of his linebackers face with a ball yeah the saints. The Saints Look Great a Carolina I to this moment. I don't know who Kyle Allen is but apparently during the week the Carolina Panthers were saying this Guy's good and Cam Newton Mike Cam Newton is sixty see percents that we don't know but this is talking about so Alan Kyle Allen didn't he will on the road and be a team that never never loses it home. The first month of the season the slope which Akal Alan Ain't GonNa be what it is for Daniel Jones. I understand you're right run up for Daniel job but one guy did something that was winning on the road in the NFL is just it's a great thing should be pat on the back and hugged as long as they can hug you on the way to the film room and start working onto. Miami is built. That's right that's right but but one guy had a much harder task than the other one is. Seattle winning. Even now is much harder to going to happen winning but you're going to hear a colleague. Alan what you're going to hear today of Daniel Johnson okay two teams that are Arizona Arizona. They were there on the road but they didn't play they played Arizona beat. Seattle and that was that was that was a really impressive. The war was an and teddy bridgewater who basically has been put on a scrap people last week and he is truly hadn't won a game in a couple of years after you know when he was in Minnesota and it looked like he could possibly be a really you know fine player. It had gone well for him the last couple of years but it went well for yesterday. I think thank you that's a big time win. Two teams that the real way to teams are undefeated of note and bridgewater in that two teams were undefeated who i. I didn't think it's only three games but San Francisco Buffalo both undefeated. Buffalo looks really good kid. That Kid Allen is again. He's not GonNa get any of the Publicity Daniel Jones together but but he can run and pass yeah he can play. He looks like he looks like he could be a keeper. Tony and San Francisco I so it it becomes it becomes sort of interesting testing. One of the things that I think is probably true is it. Pittsburgh really is done now. You know that that this year the there's not knocking amount to income Rudolph Kid. We're not raving about him this morning. No no windows. There's no slow pitch of him. None earned a non factor talk about your cubs. Don't even talk about the unilateral the most disappointing feel better in Chicago with the cubs two thousand three just the Bartman seat this this is the most disappointing since that and this is the first disappointing stretch with this group of players because even on the way up right away as starters they got to the they lost the mess who has the world series but fine. Nobody's doing anything that comes at you went through Saint Louis. I think Lewis to get there. The next year they win. The world series the next year are they beat the NAP and he gets to the healthy S. again. Lose the dodgers who were a better team. That's fine last year was a weird year but they they won ninety four games. I think it was with the mini loss of Milwaukee on the last day of the season but you know no shame their vis is just This is a crusher. This is like you know somebody woke us. That's up from a dream. It was in the cubs job. I WANNA make I WANNA say put this in context. The cubs had won on world series in one hundred years and Joel Madden came in Theo Epstein and Joel Madden came in and I don't even want to say revitalize because they just vitalized sized. I mean you know I mean. They were great. They want a world series. You think you'll madden could and will be fired. Don't you yeah I don't know about final. Maybe I don't know maybe I don't think the Joe Mad will be the manager cubs. How any path to that how is he thought of in the city of Chicago given the context of of how many years there was nothing more than one context context. What are you doing for me right now. You know you set the bar. We got three championships series in a row now and then there's the context of let's give you a big hug for the rest of your life because that what you stated is undeniable. Tony Joe Man Look I have been in a restaurant in two thousand sixteen. I've been in a restaurant Joe. Madden is walked in an entire place upscale. I'm talking about a joint talking about a place with people who make all of the money who used to go into a lot of great restaurants every night of their lives and people got up and stood applauded Joe Madden's entrance into in the place of establishment and you know what I was one of them so I understand how that works. I understand how that worked for. Mike Ditka for a couple of decades and then you go. He's GonNa be here forever forever. When you're a big star here. You're a big star for ever when you win ear. There's no there's no you know lesser. This like I manning and feel wants to win with this group of players and I don't know if you can do that. I mean and I I've heard some interesting things I mean this group of players I mean they made a lot of deal made a lot of great decisions also the guy you know they gave up a guy Solaire who got like you know the Kansas City royals records for home runs. They traded him for way. They have for one year. He released one one year but it was one year Yup and so Larry Craig Kimbrel relief. I don't see I don't see it. I would be the first hug Joe Madden but I don't think they want to do something. Group of players have been disappointing now this year it. Tony this is crushing. I can't convey to you in a place that knows what crushing is for a franchise that basically maybe the poster child for the phrase raise crushing defeats what happened this week at. Wrigley you gotta stand to cubs had the best record in the National League at home may still have it today and lost six in a row all of which they let or at least five of which I think with all six all of which they lead and I think five of those they lead after after seven innings so the cubs basically ought to be working could be easily not stretch working on like an eleven game winning in street and they because they won the first four games of this homes and and and now go out having lost six having bring loss for the cardinals which is just I again. I can't you know just think of think of the cowboys and how people in Washington feel about that. It's like losing the six times the cowboy four times in a row when the playoffs are on your plate and so mad is presiding over that and you can't.
"taeb" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"Think it was easier to go the route that he did. I liked the route that he did. Actually he just failed in the execution of it. Okay, let's, let's do the next question Scott. I think we, we, we got that mister robot Taryn over under of T one and a half TMZ stories coming out of this. I mean in fair. Yes. Yeah. End of everything. But I'm keeping positive and saying that there will not be any over very positive. I mean, one and a half stories would be like a good over under for like the rest of the month of June. I mean that's true stories like these first couple of weeks when the most stuff does tend to happen. So we'll say it's a long summer. It's a long summer. You know, a lot of these stories are like ooh, Scotty, said, a bad word on the live show. Yeah. So dumb. Ever. Yeah. So not even a controversy. It's just a stupid joke. Yeah. A good over under. I think would be with all the respect. I'd say seven and a half would be a good a good over on their seventy seven and a half TMZ stories. What do you still take the overall? Okay. Here's one from Gretchen hunter, who says sorry about your strep, but your hair looks great Brent. Oh, thank you. Thank you. I've been I've been going off camera when I have been talking so that I could use my chloraseptic because every time is our ranting. My, my tonsils start the herd, so. I know. Right. Like you don't think that there's anybody on Twitter with a Bren voodoo doll here at the start of the big brother season. So many should market those that could be huge action dicing opportunity. I would have to send a cease and desist. Brent voodoo doll. We'll get that up in the RTP store for people. All right bestseller bestseller. Okay. All right. This is one from Johnny isn't we game play. The Tommy Christie didn't immediately question. Whether there were other paired houseguests that's well, I'll say it's a little not fair because I don't think we know you know, they might have had those conversations there might even be people that know each other, but we don't know what they've said off camera. Yeah. I'm hoping that they did like I'm sure they have to be saying to themselves like it can't just be is right because that's what happened during BB six when they started thinking about it. And of course, but then the secret goes out the window when somebody's victim. So that's what happened BB six. But here, I would think that they would at least it would at least crossed their minds, come on. Okay. All right. Then this one from Andrew, are they trying too hard to make Sam happen? Melissa. Year with some character where the person's yelling in the DR, and it's a whole thing. And it's like they just love that sort of thing in hate it. So, you know that's Sam seems like a nice guy. But I, he, he I wish he would just yell less. Maybe the catch a little bit of strep throat along the way, maybe we'll be a little more quiet in dire room. Yeah. That would be good. I enjoy that. Okay. All right. Daddy be wants to know. Is this I alliance? The new level six or the new foul. Taeb ren's. I.
"taeb" Discussed on KTRH
"Ride with him in the Rolls Royce, but you'll get to ride along with him next week in the car pro newsletter when he does his video review of the roles. Shame it was raining that day early part done before the storm hit. But then some of the driving shots. You'll notice the cars wet, and you'll notice the which wipers rolling and stuff like that. But it still did it take away from that big issue. If they do lots of interior, Shali. Yeah, we covered into your very well bet that leather was plush it was very, very, very nice and, you know, there was so many cute touches with this, this vehicle. The key tag, I'm sorry. The key remote the fob. It's covered in the exact same leather as the seats hall if Phil little things and the colors on the two umbrellas that go into the doors that set in a heated environment. They earn exact match interior. Also. Thing was tainted black inside in the in your umbrellas, which you pay fifty dollars for our tan black also. But they're nice umbrella. They are really, really nice. Other painting reviews we've got going right now. I've got next week of all have the twenty nineteen Chevy Tahoe premier be driving. We'll get the Rolls, Royce Cullen reviewing video up. I'll be driving. The twenty nineteen grand sport. Corvette hardtop bread grand sport. That's the one of the big bad, boys. And f y one of our dealers this morning, emailed me, during our doubtful worth show and told me they can now accept orders on the twenty twenty corvette. If you've been waiting for that. You can you can actually go in and configure one now and they can take your order and put you in line. And we'll see how that goes Taeb Ocsar other of your next week he'll be driving. The twenty nineteen ran four hybrid, we've had the regular ad for, but the route four hybrid and a week after he gets a ram fifteen hundred. And we've got to tell you right coming up within the next ten days, also what's going on car pro USA? And right now, we got a spouse, would Texas and we're gonna talk to Jim, Jim what can I do for you? My wife and I are in the market for a certified navigator uh persons, are he's inclined to get the longer version and questions about which engines would be the best. I could be wrong, but I think it only comes with the three point five Eka boost. I'm thinking the same thing, but I I'm thinking of older versions has eights, right. Yeah. Going back though. How far back are you gonna go? I know they have a twenty fifteen down in north part, and I'm quiz because it only has not thousand miles on. Yeah. There happens with luxury SUV's. It really does. And in two thousand fifteen I remember right? The, the expedition, navigator changed in twenty seventeen. That's when they went to the three point five that's when they went to the aluminum body in two thousand fifteen you're going to get the five point four v. Eight. Which is good engine. I mean, that engine went in thousands and thousands of F one fifties. That was great. You know. What is it that she what does she like about the navigator and not that? I don't like it. I do. But what, what is it is? It looks thing or what. Well, it's we have I have a two thousand six not mental Lincoln down car. Yeah. Three hundred seventy five thousand miles on. So she's looking for longevity. That plus the comfort of the Lincoln. Okay. I'm good with it, man. I'm just I'm just making sure we're on if I wanted to recommend something else just as an alternative. I'm open for everything, you know. But that's what she likes the ri-. Well, let me be a little marital advice. Then we need to be looking at navigators, unless you're shut that door right now. They always I didn't find this new navigator that came out, and I apologize. We've got about forty seconds here. The new navigator that came out, one of the most comfortable of ever driven a lack the old navigator to. It's hard to get the new one out of your mind after you have you driven f you drive after you have driven it as far as the length. If she's got if you guys have got enough room without going to the, to the elven, the long, wheelbase version, I would do that because there's a huge difference in the way that they drive and park. They're very difficult to make you turns in, and she's gonna are you because I do it hit some curbs..
"taeb" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Car pro USA, Kevin McCarthy writing along with Jerry Reynolds, didn't get to ride with him in the Rolls Royce, but you'll get to ride along with him next week in the car pro newsletter when he does his video review of the roles it was raining that day early part done before the storm hit. But then some of the driving shots. You'll notice the cars wet and you'll notice the which you rolling and stuff like that. But it still did it in way, anything from that. Big issue, did they do lots of interior show? Yeah. We covered into your very well bet that leather was plush it was very very, very nice. And, you know, there was so many cute touches with this, this vehicle. The key tag, I'm sorry. The key remote. The fob. It's covered in the exact same leather as the seats. Oh, there's still little things and the colors on the two umbrellas that go into the doors that set in a heated environment. They earn exact match interior. Also. Thing was tainted black inside and the and your umbrellas which you pay fifty dollars for our tan black also. But they're nice umbrella. They are really nice. Other painting reviews we've got going right now. I've got next week of all have the twenty nineteen Chevy Tahoe premier be driving. We'll get the Rolls, Royce Cullen reviewing video up. I'll be driving. The twenty nineteen grand sport, corvette hardtop bread grant sport. That's the one of the big bad boys and f y one of our dealers this morning, emailed me during our douse Fort Worth show and told me they can now accept orders on the twenty twenty corvette. If you've been waiting for that. You can you can actually go in and configure one now and they can take your order and put you in line. And we'll see how that goes, Taeb Ocsar other revere next week. He'll be driving. The twenty nineteen rant four hybrid, we've had the regular ad for, but the ramp four hybrid and a week after he gets a ram fifteen hundred. And we've got the KEA tell you right coming up within the next ten days, also what's going on car pro USA? And right now, we got a spouse, would Texas and we're gonna talk to Jim, Jim what can I do for you? Our in the market for a certifies navigator. Persons are he's inclined to get the vulgar, virgin and questions about which engines would be the best. I could be wrong, but I think it only comes with the three point five EKO boost. I'm thinking the same thing, but I I'm thinking. Older versions have aids right? Yeah. Going back though. How far back are you gonna go? Know they have a twenty fifteen north part. Quiz, because it only has thousand miles on. Yeah, that happens with luxury issue as it really does. And in twenty fifteen I remember the, the expedition, navigator changed in twenty seventeen. That's when they went to the three point five that's when they went to the aluminum body in twenty fifteen you're gonna get the five point four v. Eight. Which is good engine. I mean, that engine went in thousands and thousands of F one fifties. That was great. You know. What is it that she what does she like about the navigator and not that? I don't like it. I do. But what is what is it is it looks thing. Or what? Well. It's we have a two thousand six not mental Lincoln towncar. Yeah. Three hundred seventy five thousand miles. So she's looking for longevity. That plus the comfort of the Lincoln. I'm good with it, man. I'm just I'm just making sure we're on if, if I wanted to recommend something else. Just as an alternative. I'm open for everything, you know. But that's what she likes to ri-. Well, let me be a little marital advice. Then we need to be looking at navigators, unless you're shut that door right now. They always I didn't find this new navigator that came out, and I apologize. We've got about forty seconds here. The new navigator that came out to one of the most comfortable I've ever driven. I like the old navigator to. It's hard to get the new one out of your mind after you have you driven f you drive after you have driven it, as far as the links, if she's got if you guys have got enough room without going to the, to the elven, the long, wheelbase version, I would do that because there's a huge difference in the way that they drive and park. They're very difficult to make you turns then and she's going to are you because I do it hit some.
"taeb" Discussed on KCBS All News
"When you want the story behind the story that's our lesson for today. Isn't it fell in Francisco? Everybody spends time in the barrel. Tune into insider, Phil matere exactly and don't take it personally because you're gonna wind up live right here on KCBS. It's seven fifty AM and five fifty PM. Weekdays. Moneywatch KCBS news time one fifty five concerns about the trade tensions with China have been focused all week that was some cautious optimism. But also some skepticism after President Trump's at a trade deal with China is still possible net. Lee Miller Taeb back talked to Bloomberg radio get some sort of a deal. Eventually the problem is that the market had been pricing in that they would get one by June since we're not going to get that the market a little bit price. Perfection. I think it's got more to pull back may Lee thinks China wants to stall in hopes of keeping the status quo. He says that could slow the economy and increase the risk of a recession. The government reports on retail level and play place before the markets opened this morning. Economists think we'll hear that the headline consumer price index rose four tenths percent last month the same as in March Heuberger, we'll get a lot of attention as it. Shares began trading on the big board. Analysts say the listing will likely be the largest in a big year for technology IPO's. But it is unlikely to hit the. Highs. That were I expected Jeff Bellinger, Bloomberg radio. Flow here with a really weird word buttery buttery, not quite butter butter ish, or maybe buttery is like put your your bakery. Shop at cells are butter.
"taeb" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Now money news on k by w here's Bloomberg's Jeff Bellinger. Analysts say the timing is less than up, but Uber goes public today. Shares of the ride hailing company will trade on the big board under the symbol UB. Are it will likely be the biggest technology IPO of the year? But it may not do as well. As initially projected the markets have been in a bit of turmoil ever since President Trump took to Twitter last Sunday night to say, he was prepared to escalate the trade war with China mixed messages from the White House since then have kept investors off balance. Matt mainly of Miller Taeb back doesn't think China really wants a deal right now. Chinese wanna stall they wanna push the out of the can get into the next election cycle of the president. Can't do anything that they can keep what they've had in the past. May lead tells Bloomberg radio that could slow the economy and increase the risk of recession. The government releases the April consumer price index before the markets open, Marriott, international cars dot com, and. Tribune media post quarterly results this morning with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says there's no firm date yet for the house to vote on holding attorney general William barring contempt of Humber speaker Pelosi says soon when we're ready we'll come to the floor at her weekly news conference Pelosi said she wants to hold the vote as soon as possible, but there are other moving parts to consider. We'll just see because it might be some other contempt of congress issues that we want to deal with at the same time. Pelosi spoke the morning after the House Judiciary committee voted to hold the attorney general in contempt. And then sent the matter to the full house to consider the White House. Meanwhile, has declared executive privilege over the entire Malla report on Russian election interference and has made it clear it will not comply with congressional subpoenas. Linda Kenyon, Washington trade talks between the US and China.
"taeb" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"UB. Are it will likely be the biggest technology IPO of the year? But it may not do as well. As initially projected the markets have been in a bit of turmoil ever since President Trump took to Twitter last Sunday night to say, he was prepared to escalate the trade war with China mixed messages from the White House since then have kept investors off balance. Matt mainly of Miller Taeb back doesn't think China really wants a deal right now. Chinese wanna stall they want to push this out as far as they can get into the next election cycle. So the president can't do anything and that they can keep what they've had in the past mainly tells Bloomberg radio that could slow the economy and increase the risk of recession. The government releases the April consumer price index before the markets. Open Marriott international cars dot com. Tribune media post quarterly results this morning with money news from Bloomberg on KYW. I'm Jeff Bellinger house. Speaker Nancy Pelosi says there's no firm date yet for the house to vote on holding attorney general William barring contempt of Humber speaker Pelosi says soon when ready will come to the floor at her weekly news conference Pelosi said she wants to hold the vote as soon as possible, but there are other moving parts to consider. We'll just see because there might be some other contempt of congress issues that we want to deal with at the same time. Pelosi spoke the morning after the House Judiciary committee voted to hold the attorney general in contempt. And then sent the matter to the full house to consider the White House. Meanwhile, has declared executive privilege over the entire Mullah report on Russian election interference and has made it clear it will not comply with congressional subpoenas. Linda Kenyon, Washington trade talks between the US and China breakdown. That's.
"taeb" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz
"What should investors do as the S and P five hundred the Dow Jones industrial average and the NASDAQ decline. Well, one thing they should do is probably ask Matt mainly. He's the equity strategist for Miller Taeb back and company, and he joins us now from Newton mass, Matt Maili, thanks very much for being with us. What do you tell customers and clients who call and say I bought stock in twenty eighteen everything I bought is now less expensive. Should I buy more? Well, maybe not everything you've you had bought because you have a lot of stocks, especially in the FANG stocks that I think will have a tough time balancing back the same way. They did last February when the market bounce back. So the the key is don't panic and don't just sell stocks willy nilly. I think things I think, you know, the bounce we've seen until today we've seen over the last week or so we'll continue for a little while because I think the market got away washed out, and I think that one the market continues to rally you might want to when you go back into the market, go back into more defensive names, and especially names that will pay you to wait. In other words, pay a decent dividend in the companies that not only pay a good dividend, but have a history of increasing their dividend. Every year over overtime. You know, it does seem like there was a knee-jerk plunged down. And that it seemed like it was almost a rational at the end of the year. But perhaps it was a little bit more rational than some had written it off as because for example, delta just came. Out and also cut its revenue forecasts based on disappointing ticket pricing among other aspects as follows Apple's cut in its first quarter. Forecasts I mean, it seems like there is actually something legitimate here. That's going on with respect to a slowdown that we're seeing the actual numbers. There's no question. It's something that I going into into walk Tober when the when the downturn started in the stock market I've been quite cautious. And one of the reasons, you know, whatever the fed gets involved in tightening program. There's always a delay from when they start raising rates to finally has an impact on the stock market. And then on the economy, it's usually anywhere from eighteen months to two years. Fault. Well, say the fits fault. I mean, I think it was something the fed had to do the fed. You know, people wanna blame the fed. I mean, we don't have a God given right to have the stock market go up forever every single year forever. We they added a lot of liquidity at a time when we needed it to save the financial system at some point. They we all knew at some point they had to withdraw that the quantity at least some of it. And that it was going to be painful to think it would be painful to see how much it helped asset prices go up to remove some of that liquidity is the right thing to do. And I I point back to what happened with the with the chairman Volcker several decades ago when he when he made his pick our medicine a little bit. And although it was very painful over the near term. It was something that was very very helpful allow the Konami to get back and take the trains bills off and be on its own. And that's something we need to do. So even though I think we will see some lower lows as I mentioned, I think on a short term basis, I think we can see the market rally, especially apple testing, very important. Port level here, which should hold. But still I think we'll be a tough year this year. But that's okay. For the longer term. We can blame the fed all we want. But I in many ways, I think they're doing what they need to do..
"taeb" Discussed on Le Show
"Deepen device choice. Ladies, gentlemen. This this particular program is being recorded so far in advance of when you're hearing it that I'm still in London. By the time. You hear this being Chicago? No, I don't understand it either. But this I understand this is your brain on the war on drugs. A Philippine court convicted three police officers for the murder of his seventeen year old boy they were sentenced each to up to forty years in prison. I guess they could swap with each other. I'll take your forty in the first such conviction in a wave of killings prompted by president Duterte as war on drugs encouraged by. Young President Trump nearly five thousand people are thought to have been killed by the police let the beliefs do L and many more by unofficial militias sister taste swore during his presidential campaign in two thousand sixteen they'd but hunt down drugs, sellers and users and dump all of you in middle Manila, Tom medal by. Yeah. Thank you for that help and fatten all the fish there. Unquote, deter Taeb until now the rampant killing is taking place in an atmosphere of impunity. That's what the US State Department used to explain why there was corruption in Afghanistan. Atmosphere of impunity. Unlike what the US banks enjoyed in the during the run-up to the two thousand eight thank deter Tate insisted he would pardon any officers found guilty of murder while carrying out his crackdown. Now, his vow will be tested the use of unnecessary force or wanted in violence is not justified when the fulfilment of their duties law enforcers can be affected. Otherwise said the judge in the case, he said shoot, I think later attitude could never be justified. What about a think never? The dead. Boy at the center of the case can Lloyd Delo Santos had been in correctly identified by an informant as a drug pusher. According to prosecutors. The defense says witnesses had described seeing. Delo Santos being led away by the officers. August of last year and shot at close range. Make sure they didn't miss body found slumped near a pig sty some hundred years away some hundred yards away. They didn't miss the opportunity for poignancy. You might call it that neighborhood video camera caught the police officers pulling the subdued boy along minutes before he was found dead, which in fact, contradicted statements by the police officers. What do you think they said happened? That's right. They said the boy had pulled a gun and set off a shoot out that led to the death for Antic evidence showed he had been shot while in a fetal position, you know, the famous fetal position shootout. A large crowd of journalists were barred from entering the courthouse. The judge declared the three officers would serve their sentences without possibility parole, but hey, there's that pardon thing. Often the distance there. This. This is your brain on the war on drugs. But this is also time for the year in rebuke. And we look back in rancor at twenty eighteen what a fabulous year it's been for. Nobody. And the year started. So so promisingly with the release of Michael wolf's, tell all book on the early days of the Trump the late days of the Trump camp campaign and the early days of the Trump presidency, but called fire and fury of quote from something Trump said he would do to North Korea. If they didn't behave and look at them behave. According to this week's reports that they're continuing with their nuclear plans programs and such. But anyway, yes the year began with the release of Michael wolf's book. And the reaction. At the White House twenty eighteen the year in review. This week for the first time triumphant return to the swamp. He sabotaged by the one thing the businessman turned president hates most. Book. And now the team's job like ways is to figure out what to do hope. Yes. You been my most Tristian vises. Since you decided I looked like a trusted adviser. I used to like, you know, you know, I don't deal this week tash. Maybe the most important ever. I know. Do. Corey that. Right. There is a life. Nobody's ever seen. Thank you. I mean, don't get me wrong. I like Corey. But if it will be the find a plate that cold French fries next to me. Yes, I do. Anyway, hope the book horrible Gympie Blake talk to nights as you. Let it bother me only helping by. To Mr. Trump..
"taeb" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Someone who knows the triple option. Offense navy runs as been a huge asset for the team fellow member of the defensive unit. Linebacker Taeb Coney talked about his influence on this week in practice. Yeah. We know we all telling you to each and every week, you know, so this week. He's been challenged tangent. Guys to go faster is not too key, their re quicker and everything. So. Is is having a guy who played over there who has a little bit of dollars. And you know, we always speak until the brain. And he tells me to get better every day. And that's what makes us great now a low he Gilman wasn't the only influence on defense in the lead up to this game. Greer MARTINI was the star defensively in Notre Dame's win over navy last year as drew tranquil notes the team took some pointers on his performance. An animal. I mean, we we watch this film every day on heights active last year and played well. Eighteen tackles, and he's just been a monster ever since freshman year at it. So just washing them the tight lines. He takes to you know, his foot work. There's always something to learn from that. Yeah. Greer martini. Made such an impression on navy head coach Ken Numata low low last year he actually approached him after the game. But double check he was crash waiting. He did. And we'll see if tranquil who is in his final year with Notre Dame can make a similar impression. That's our sound of the week. More pre game coverage of Notre Dame and navy to follow after this word from Gatorade. How's that? Gatorade. It's not Gatorade. It's something else. It looks like eight or eight tastes like it to what is it that new Gatorade zero all the electrolytes zero sugar zero sugar that is something else. Pick up.
"taeb" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"All right. Welcome back to the GSM see football podcast. We have me always just top you on with Ari on, but we do have a special treat. For the second segment, we've had Tate on a few times back and forth. Vote a couple of long episodes of and you've been on for we've, we've had a few so and we're actually going to have another conversation later on because you do the sports show. We are definitely talking about sports. Can't wait for them. Some we'll be talking trilogy along with maybe something else, but either way we got tape back on, we're gonna talk about, it's Cobb. You guys have heard me talk about the Cowboys I that is two point not to them, but either way yesterday he did look better. We'll get into the stats first and then I'll try to give thought. So you have the Cowboys wedding Sunday night twenty two thirteen. I picked the giants to win this one on Friday. Didn't think the. I don't think the Cowboys do well on Sunday night at home as the giants. But this one they played much better sixteen twenty five throwing the ball hundred sixty yards passing. One touchdown also took off with it seven times for forty five yards there. Zeke Elliott seventeen carries seventy eight hours in touchdown that Prescott same thing last actually did better this week spread the ball out more. I mean the high amount of receptions by one player was from Deontay Thompson who had four substance thirty three yards Taeb on us then who take, what do you think they've on us? I hear you thoughts on all right. Pave on arson disapp- this his career so far has been disappointing when you get drafted. Initially, I thought on was going to be a superstar, and I'm kind of excited about awesome as a whole for Cowboys because I feel like. When tape on was in, I keep wanting to say San Diego, but they were with the Rams when the Rams I thought they never used improperly. And from what I've seen by listening listening, things that have said the preseason of how they plan the Cowboys plan on using Tabin. I'm very curious to see if he finally rises to the Cajun. He had a good game. This one will that keep on that's to be seen. Yeah. These teams basically themselves person are two point. Oh, but no one really knows how to use by the way. Like I said, he went for two receptions seventy nine yards a touchdown, the giant side of things. He like manning breaking my heart. It's kind of like, I mean, I think the guy's first ballot hall of Famer, but it might be time to hang up bed just doesn't look good through the ball. Forty four times thirty three. Please there two hundred seventy nine yards and touchdown out. What do you think of ally? Matting this late in his career Kenney still have the giants win games or they kind of lost cause of this point. Nine I think you can still help them win games getting hit as many times as he did yesterday was a bit of a struggle for him, but I still think he's got a little bit of fire left all of those point. He'd get sex six times there. What do you think of a lot? Okay. This is I I understand what you're coming from. Is getting old. One of the things that I as a cowboy fan out openly cowboy fan. Whenever he like comes to the new stadium, ally always lights it up. But this new allied he wasn't lighten anything up. I, I wasn't. I wasn't impressed with what allies done so far this year. I wasn't quite impressed. How ended last year? Is it a point that ally may be coming to that edge that cliff that proverbial cliff, where he may be on the downslide it might be by just be like a kind of family type of thing. We saw Pai manning, I made have a terrible last season, although he did get a Super Bowl shadow von Miller for that one, but it might be a family thing in the genes last season now..
"taeb" Discussed on WSB-AM
"This is perspectives. The shell where an examination of our many differences often shows us how much we have in common entente expressly. And today, we're going to get a little bit of an update on the African American film. Critics association celebrating this year fifteen years, and if your a film buff, as I am you may have noticed this month that there is a festival of sorts on Turner. Classic movies film, showcase that showcases the black experience. Our guests in the studio today are the founder of African American film critics association, my dear friend, Gil Robertson, and Rhonda reshape pin rises a four guest on this program. I think the first time Rhonda, we talked it was for your book African American. History for dummies is that what we did. Yes. We did. And you did a fabulous job, and that's been a long time ago. But it's good to see you both again Gill. Congratulations on fifteen years. Nice piece this week in variety. Yes. We are thrilled where we're happy to celebrate. It's been fifteen long years, as you know, a growing this organization. So it's always gratifying to get positive acknowledgment are constructive acknowledgement for your work you've worked very hard for the last fifteen years, but we were talking in the elevator on the way to the studio. And my comment was I think you really began to take off this fifteen year overnight success that he's your organization what three three three and a half years ago. Oscarssowhite I think that was really a breakthrough moment for the organization, would you agree. Certainly in terms of the public being aware of who we are. And now you have a as I mentioned in our open a show. Case on Turner classic movies. Tell me about that tell our audience about that how it came to be. And then Rhonda what how you've played a part in all of this as well it, you know, a big part of my job as the president of the African American film. Critics association is to identify partnerships and programs that we can become a part of in order to amplify and cement, our our footprint, you know, both public facing an industry facing. And so about a year ago, I met with Valerie Ross who is an executive over at TC. And with the idea that we curate some programs around the black experience in cinema. She thought it was a good idea and ticket to Charlie Taeb issue is the vice president of programming and we got the green light. And so, you know, there was a lot more to do. But you know, they got it. They recognize the value of black stories, and they want it to provide a showcase for them. I'm sure the fact that Black Panther this year made more money than anything perhaps influenced that decision a little bit. Would you say? And I would agree. I would agree. Black Panther has certainly been a game changer on multitude front. So we thank you Ryan. And also, I mean Turner, we do have to give credit I guess a few years ago over a decade ago. They did do a similar program to this. But Gill is such a visionary. And where he sees the app American film. Critics. Association as a bridge not only to those of us who support the foams on the ground level, but as part of the fabric of this industry, and even though oscarssowhite put a spotlight on. And it's very important to note that this structure was already there to step up for that moment. Absolutely. And you said you were able to curate the content. So it's an entire month explained to the audience how it works. So it's every Tuesday and Thursday throughout the month of September of the members of Africa, literally take over prime time on those evenings. And what you'll see every night that we're on their broken up into theme. So tonight show you'll have. So what you'll see is that every night, it's broken up into things, for instance, black identity how Hollywood has dealt with racism, black musicals, black romance black comedies and on. And on. On once we have denied the themes for each night, we then began to dig through, you know, various catalogs to find movies that fit those themes, and so I was a back and forth process rounded, I worked very closely in defying our initial set of films. We had members that it. And then we took the list to Turner where they gave us their input and just around and around and around until we finally, you know, have the film the thirty two films that you'll see during this month. Can you give some examples of of things we have to look forward to obviously we will have the first two nights of content this week as as we're talking. Yes, black identity and film each night therefore foams, we start at eight PM, and so the AFC members introduce you to the phones. You watch the films, and then we come and we discuss for the kickoff black identity in film, Gil Robertson, and I- Rhonda shape. Pen rice are your guides for the evening. And we kick off with the nineteen twenty Oscar Michel film within our gates. We go into the original imitation of life. The nineteen thirty four version, then we go nineteen forty nine to pinky, and we wrap it all up with nine hundred ninety one of the dust. Julie dash and in is a phenomenal conversation about what our representation on film has been how others have presented us. And also how we have presented ourselves and that sets the tone for the rest of the nights where we kind of go into the interior lives. I mean, the black romance segments should like resonate with a lot of people in the sense that you know, we don't see. See a lot of black love and here you have a body of foams. Like, there's analyst Kosta there's a warm December. And you know, people are not aware that these things exist, which is why the black experience on film is so crucial because it documents and acknowledges our presence in this industry since the very beginning. And then when you take what you're saying there Rhonda with the work of the acclaim creator and director David Duval Rene who has one such critical praise with just one television show in particular Queen sugar because of the diversity of the directors the cast and how well breaking it down. How well lit the show is to show the beauty of the characters. Yes. I mean here you have to understand this is ongoing conversation. So everything about the black experience on film won't be easy. For people because we are confronting some of those things about you know, when you have an industry that is composed of people who know the experience intimately and those looking at it from the outside. So this is very much a discussion point too because not all of the characterizations that you're gonna see throughout these thirty two films is going to be pleasing to you and doubt, they should be downright disturbing to you. And so it's very important that we confront what a lot of that imaging has been an also show, you some of the gyms that a lot of people aren't aware of like even with the kickoff in September four you. We have a lot of people talking about lemonade, but still a lot of people haven't seen doors of the dust, and they don't necessarily know about the experience of Africans on the sea islands in this case, South Carolina. But george. Jay has them to. And so that kind of film comes from the fact that this is my life. Why Julie dash descended from these people, and she took it up on her cell to document that for, you know, not only her own family, but the larger black family, and then when we look at pinkie, and the fact that when you see and pinky the lead actress is not someone who is black that gets into the politics of why that actress was white as opposed to being black and how if you were going to tell the story at all what the realities of American culture was at that time. And what was permissible and what was not permissible? So it's not as simple as a lot of us think there's a lot of complexity in by us exploring these films. We talk about what has gone. On in a history of our nation, especially in the twentieth century. You'll how significant is it that you're able to showcase the black experience on film at what some might describe as a turbulent time in American history and significantly challenging times in the African American community. Well, you know, like, I often say in cinemas reflection of how we see ourselves, and how society views us, and particularly when you're dealing in a time when you know relations race relations have become complex. Let's say. I think it's important particularly for young people to be aware of their history and these films that you'll see over eight nights since September. Do a great job of of documenting our history and our stories and our perspectives and. Informing the audience about the realities that black people have had to live under during various times recent history. Not even you know history. That's that long ago. So I think that viewers are going to find after presents the black experience on cinema debut entertaining. I, but also educational it's certainly an opportunity for parents and families to gather in front of the screen and watch films, and hopefully kids will ask questions and learn more about their own personal histories. So it's a it's a good thing. I think that the reaction I think that the message that people will take away from any of the evenings that they're able to watch will be one of of positive be a positive message. And we'll certainly be thought provoking as well as entertaining. Because of course, that's the number one thing we wanna make in choosing the film's wanted to make sure that they were detaining and so. You know, you'll have belly labs watching the comedies, and you'll have to grab a tissue watching some of the romance stories that we present. But you'll have to take away in on every evening will be one that's memorable and talk to us about the discussion, and how inbetween each film, and after each film each evening that discussion can continue on at home in the classroom, or perhaps with members of the African American film. Critics association. Well, definitely is. You're on social media. Do follow us at the Africa a at C A on Twitter. Yes. FCA on Instagram, and we actively we want you to engage with our members, you know, about these films are about questions issues that you may have in cinema period. You know, that's why we exist to inform to educate the public about the cinematic arts. So we encourage you to follow us to like us. And to definitely, you know, share with us your thoughts and opinions about the movies that you're seeing today movies that are coming out right now are movies that came out a few years ago. Are we entering a period with respect to African American cinema? Certainly there appear to be more opportunities. I there are more studios. Green lighting films that are targeted at an African American audience and those movies are doing quite well, I think of black klansman is is one recently. The new Spike Lee film that's been out now for about a month. I think that every period when you had black. Exploitation that was an era of opportunity. So what we're seeing now is more evolution than something brand new. So as you have people who've come before they set a foundation, and you're able to walk into those but steps and then the continually L elevate. So what we're seeing? Now, we are seeing people who are rising to the level of producing certain things writing on shows are doing films that may not have been envisioned in a grand way..
"taeb" Discussed on KCBS All News
"The big brass sousaphone it had been stolen february twenty six after a performance jaffe says the slightly damaged in the big tape letters reading preservation hall new orleans that were removed from the bell but he says it just needs some tender loving repair prince harry's bridetobe has made her first public appearance with queen elizabeth megan markle joined the queen and other senior royals yesterday at the commonwealth day service at london's west minster abbey at mark another milestone and markle's path joining the british monarchs family the american actress mary harry on the grounds of windsor castle on may nineteenth kcbs news time twelve fifty five it's money watch now the first of two government readings on inflation will be out in our before the start of trading on wall street economists surveyed by bloomberg think the consumer price index rose two tenths percent last month after a half percentage point jump in january investors have been wary of rising inflation and its impact on interest rates but matt malin miller taeb access federal reserve board policymakers have been looking at things other than inflation rates have been rising for eighteen months the vast majority of that had nothing to do with inflation my point is that inflation isn't the only thing we have to worry about in terms of what's going on with interest rates the producer price index which tracks wholesale inflation will be out tomorrow the national federation of independent business will release its monthly reading on small business optimism this morning and f i b members have been upbeat in recent months read books weekly report on retail sales and earnings reports from dick's sporting goods and.