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Who Is Exempt From Biden’s Vaccine Mandate?
"Who's exempt from biden's vaccine mandate members of congress and their staff are exempt from biden's vaccine mandate newsweek dot com biden issued two executive orders however biden's order on federal workers applies to the employees of the executive branch the house of representatives and the senate belong to separate legislative branch and the courts judicial branch of the federal government. The plan says quote building on the president's announcement in july to strengthen safety requirements for unvaccinated federal workers. The president has signed an executive order to take those actions. A step further inquire all federal executive branch workers to be vaccinated. Now when you look into some of the commentary regarding this vaccine mandate it's stunning to see how the propagandists in the media. They're not just at war with the unvaccinated which by the way every person starts out unvaccinated like a normal breathing healthy functioning individual. It's the new social caste system you star on yourself. You are the unvaccinated get over here. You're not allowed to our restaurants. You're the unwashed which many of most of whom by the way are black people so here you see again the racism of white liberals in the ruling class that want nothing to do with black people hispanic people but this one clip from sheryl gay stolberg where she says. Look getting vaccine. It's not a personal choice. It's something that we do for the community. Your personal choice ends. Were my right tanaka killed by infectious. Disease begins okay. Well sheryl gay stolberg under that belief by. They're going to use the same sort of narrative to confiscate guns very soon just so we're clear public health. There's no guarantee for you. Sheryl gay stolberg when you get in the car. You might not become one of thirty five thousand automobile fatalities every single year. No guarantee part of life in part of living in a free society means that things might happen to you that you might not expect. That's what a mature society does instead. The new york times health reporter says that there's no personal choice. I'm gonna tell you what to do because of me. Do you notice that the argument here has now flipped. Originally the moral argument that was being made was go get vaccinated for the people around you to save your grandmother to save your grandfather to go save other people or at the very least get vaccinated because you'll be protected however now the argument is changing. Now you have to get vaccinated to protect me
"tanaka" Discussed on CodeNewbie
"But once i got the i realized that the whole business is actually backed followed by tick so then visit management company for example the website which they invest that could be used to check how the investments of doing to top up more money. So they can invest more or to withdraw. The money is actually all ended up by engineers of the company and then all the systems at supporting those transactions and a basements aw also quoted by the engineers at the company so that i think was the was a major shift that iran is that actually soft twee plays a big role in any big organization out not just been taken general quantify keelan but like other interesting earnings apart from learning about finance itself. Llosa learned a lot about bank regulations. And how you'd have to build certain features to ensure metric Not like the most exciting said of features but in because his finance you have to be Vigo and then also just in terms of the quality of work that you need to do because when it comes to people's money they don't want to be very May be showing the wrong amount for the investment today and then tomorrow fixing it breaks the game the next day so also just more around the quality of the work you do and making choice while tested and correct. What were the things that you enjoy about working. Infant tech. yes. I think i don't interesting thing about coding. Is that domain codan. You end up learning a lot about it. 'cause to feature you need understand why it's Works and what a desk. And by the time i left i was well versed on how investments will look and out to face my own money because i've learned so much about it while i was at that company and then i think for the education based startup so probably finance water was interesting for me. Oh exciting was also a very much aligned with my life journey. Because i'd also be neck studying as far like i come from zimbabwe to study and i understood why did mentor. Someone is trying to get funding to go and study in another country. And that's the problem but company was solving really aligns. The impact of the company really aligned with my license where come from and now you work at names and faces. Tell us about what the company does a little bit more about what it's like to be. Vp their names and faces We build a simple foster visual employee. Directory that allows people while walking companies to figure out who at the company. And where do they fit in. The many use cases over a typical example is when someone just started a new company if they accompany uses names and faces they will be able to familiarize themselves with the people. Would they work with know. Usual thing if you arrive at a company people introduce themselves to you on the first day and then you come back the next morning and you got abrahams name but you remember the faces Intake take names and faces and just shake and tied wealthy learn people's names by many other contexts and people have companies that have multiple different offices apps yukon from the york office in you fly into gaped on and you don't be no that people in capetown but you know you've got to meet. Tanaka can cookie check on news faces which department as tanaka and why drive a meeting with them. And what does he actually look like that when he does come to the meeting i can recognize. So that's what we do. So basically we assess all clients buying in faces from us and then we set up for them and they pay us a manlio annual fee to have that happen place and we integrate with multiple. Hr systems to pull the data of most companies radio the people data in hr systems but in the hr systems. Don't presented a nice way of a mobile app where you can access it whereas is named the faces. We've got a web and mobile from for you to access your data so you..
How to Find a Mentor and Be a Successful Manager
"So tell us about how you got interested in code when i was in about grade. Three very slow which is about eight years old. I'll primary school got a set of computers and straighter the lab though at about four to six computers in the that was Squad got and they asked parents of the school if they were interested in enrolling children for often compete lessons and for some reason which i don't know my parents decided to enroll me fafsa mischievous at home and i started attending those computer classes and we didn't do anything complicated. Did like i remember. One particular program was like typing to program. We yet to that. Try type in like a sentence in the faucets diamond. You'd have the record and everything. But as a result of being exposed to competing debt early on as the school got more computers than computing became more combine. it goes across. Zimbabwe studied my primary school in high school and I was always good at it. And data than most other students within exposed later on in my high school korea i started doing actual computer science coating. I think what it's supposed to. Coding stuttered incomplete assigns. End as it was odd. I gained because i've been supposed to computing machines odia. I was good at the computer. Science side of it that really got some good interest in it And that. Lynn obviously took me to studying at university and everything but the roots reading comeback to that small computer lab which not everyone dope which you need to go through to that and my parents decided it would be useful for me to studying computer. That early on
"tanaka" Discussed on AppStories
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"tanaka" Discussed on AppStories
"Wanna switched to to the changes in us fifteen. So i wanted to talk about music kit Can you tell us and our listeners. What's changed any music. It and walk kind of features the you expect. The changes will enable for for your for your apps so this year we had to begin. Used fire fun developers debt for apple music and i one es musica kids which is a new framework that the also it's that kind of It's a layer on top of the epa music. Api so upset. Integrative apple music work until our is they called the web service. Eight guide that manually. We have to define every points that we want to to call and the Parameters and the response and so on but now we use a keats. Apple has created this framework that encapsulates all this complexity and exposes easier to use. Api's that you can use to integrate with the Meals service and the other. The other thing announced that was Changes to the epa music. Api itself so since two thousand seventeen win the was introduced. Its we never had changes to the metal steve. The the i have but now they also a lot of changes in improvements to the existing methods to make.
"tanaka" Discussed on AppStories
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How Evan Tanaka launched a commercial photo studio
"Them back to the podcast. I'm your host frederik. Van johnson today on the show. Evan tanaka is here to tell us about how he was able to pivot what he was doing into what he's doing now. In terms of photography and building photography businesses and an amazing team and all that good stuff in a city that has been ravaged by the pandemic is recovering now but has been ravaged by the pandemic. He was able to build a company into a thriving. Enterprise during all of this adversity evan. Welcome to the show man how you doing. Hey how are you. Thank you so having me very excited. I'm excited to have you. You and i had a conversation. We bonded over our pre interview conversation over our mutual nerdiness around science. Fiction's off again. You know it's the way the future was. Yeah we can't get enough. We just for for the folks that are watching this. As we record this february twenty-second twenty twenty one. Evan has not seen the latest version of wanda visions yet. I'm trying my best not to reveal what happened back. It was a good episode. You can watch it after this. I'm actually like blocking off my the rest of my day. My calendar and i'm gonna wash after this and then i'm gonna jump back on the phone with you and then talk to you about there you go. Let's let's analyze latest episode. Let's let's let's before we talk about knock studios in how that came about. How did you come about. How did you because before you started that. You're obviously were a photographer. What what. What was your sort of origin store. Your avengers origin story into becoming the photographer. L. is a dark rainy night and can ship no very similar to. I think a lot of people that are offers. Filmmakers log refers in that photography was just a hop. Give mine and i really enjoyed it. I didn't go to school for it. I just you know. I picked up the camera and into art and it was something that all the sudden you know i started actually getting paid for something i would do essentially for and it's like wow. This is really really exciting. Something like doing didn't feel org on it slowly progresses to become a full time career.
Karaites: Bible Only, Please with Shawn Lichaa
"Is someone that we've wanted to have on the podcast for a long time. But we're trying to figure out the right place and we realized that we were starting this series on the bible. We thought this is the right place to have a discussion with somebody who is a leading voice within the community. That's a group of jews that basically it doesn't accept one of the key pillars of rabbinic judaism. Which is that at mount sinai when moses was given what we call the torah by god the written torah moses was also given an oral torah at the same time by god and that oral torah was preserved for hundreds and hundreds of years until some period after the destruction of the second temple when it was written down initially as the mishna and then over time in additional ways as what we call the talmud and the carrots represent a group of jews. That didn't believe that there was an oral tradition. Given at mount sinai that was if basically equal magnitude as the written torah in the bible that the written torah their written bible has a much more significant. Or perhaps i should say supreme significance in what we understand judaism to be what we understand god to one of the jews etc. The percentage of jews. That are carrots has waxed and waned over the course of the last two thousand years of jewish history. It was much much bigger in the middle ages. And of course here in america when we talk about the various groups of jews that there are people think about you know the nominations orthodox conservative reform reconstructionist renewal but often. Don't really think about carrots largely. Because it's a small community here in america and our guest today is working to preserve its traditions and make them available for study or consideration more widely. We're really excited to have this conversation today. With lisa who a leading voice in the carrot community he is a board member of the carrot juice of america and founder of the carrot. Press in the a press self-description they say our mission is simple. When kerry literature ceased to be commonly available the jewish world lost a tremendous amount of scholarship exegesis in diversity. Students have jewish theology and history lost access to a rich heritage and carrots themselves. Were no longer. The masters of their own intellectual heritage. The karaoke press aims to change all this and they publish a combination of translations of older care a literature as well as more contemporary ratings. Sean leash himself is the founder of a blue thread a jewish blog with a threat of right throughout and he speaks widely about carrot judaism at venues across america including synagogues jewish the library of congress the association of jewish libraries. And now judaism unbound so sean lee shia welcome to judaism unbounded so great to. Have you excited to be here. We're excited to have this conversation We've been talking about the bible in this series and it's interesting to now move from talking about the bible too. Well what people do with the bible. So i think that some of us have a very unsophisticated understanding of them and some of us have an extremely unsophisticated understanding of other. So i would say that. The thing that i know is basically that i think it's it's worth saying because i think people may say that says strange sounding word that actually in hebrew aramaic like kara means to read so as also a way of talking about the torah. So my understanding is that it's people who really don't believe that the judaism that emerges from the time after the bible is is accurate you know and so really what we should be doing is going back to the bible so now take me more sophisticated than that. There is judaism after the bible. And that judaism is correct. Now the question is like what does is and what does correct me. maybe i'd give you like one nuance to what you said. But it's a massive paradigm shift in what most people think about judaism. There is a written law and there is an oral law. Right so god. According to this form of gave the written torah and oral torah explaining it carrot judaism does not believe that god gave an oral law carried using god gave a written torah. And that's what the carrots follow. Now we also have the entire hebrew bible. That's tanaka and we use that as a source of our laws and understanding difficult times and biblical precedent. But we definitely believe that there is a judaism. Astor the tanakh after the bible closes. And let's talk about what that means every day for everybody. When did this split happen or did it happen. Multiple times between those. Who believe that the that there is an oral and that there isn't so look from a theological perspective right and like we. Carrots would say there was never an oral law and or the people who decided to follow the law broke off away from. What's carrots would say was true and these words very lucy. True historical israelite israelites. Judaism but definitely in the second temple. You see lots of different juice groups in the middle ages. The issa whites the whites anna nights the rights. You're the nights all these different jewish movements in all these different places in all these different times. So yes i think the answer. Your question is that there are many different times where judaism came apart came back together. Came apart came back together. And maybe i should rephrase that instead of saying we're judaism cap came back to but maybe the people who ascribe to judaism have different views at sometimes are more divergence from each other or sometimes came closer to each other so i really want to sit with what you said to start that which is from a care perspective the rabbinate. We haven't used that word yet. But the rabbit nights branched off and followed a new oral law. That had that was not from a care perspective sort of from the divine and i want to sit with that. Because i think there's such a deep way in which even those of us who aren't like orthodox rabbinate jews. We've we've sort of soaked into us that like Judaism of judaism this idea of an oral tradition. You know tomlin that's sort of. There's even for people who don't go to synagogue very much. They might not know what talmud is in deep way but like there's that original document and then there's all these things later that eventually i written but the idea. They're circulating around as oral teachings and they sort of are given the status. That's maybe a slight bit lower than that written doc. Foot and in many ways equal to that original document and sometimes we would even argue as judaism unbound like the newer stuff kind of replaces the torah ways in which there are correctives made from a rabbi perspective in those talmud texts in other texts that sort of change what the torah or other biblical texts are say. This word rabbinate is not a word i had ever heard until i met you but like i i'd love to talk about like there's a term rab night that exists. Wants you back out and say There are other kinds of judaism. If it's almost like we've had conversations with people were like the phrase white jew comes up like if you think all jews are white. It's a silly thing to say. White jews right. It only makes sense. When white jews is a a subsection of broader group of jews similarly the term rabbinate only make sense. When you recognize there are other kinds of jews like carrots. So i'd love to hear from you sean. Like what is it to sort of inhabit a judaism that people don't even know as judaism ism that like is is so fundamentally erased like the terminology that we have is built around. Its own existence when you zoom out and you think judaism and then you kind of say. Oh wait a minute. What's what is rob nights. Era nights jew is somebody who follows the rabbinic tradition so keira heights or are jews. Who follow the curator. Kerr carry tradition In this case. It's a bible based and not tom based tradition juice. Follow the rabbinic tradition. So that includes the entire hebrew bible and all of been literature. Now you've mentioned this question about like never having to think about what it means to be around nights in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy nine and haddassah magazine jewish traveller section a. Rabbi his name is rabbi borrow helmand. He traveled to cairo egypt and he was studying arabic in cairo egypt. Now i'm gonna put a little bit of a notes here in my family comes from the jewish community of cairo. So back to this right. He's he's traveling to cairo. And he's there and he's learning arabic and he is telling his muslim arabic teacher. I cannot come to class on chabad. Because i'm an observant jew. And i won't be the muslim teacher asks in a very comforting friendly voice. Basically what kind of jew are you. Are you a carrot or a rabbi nights and this rabbi tells us. That's the first time you ever had to identify as around nights. And the truth is that unless you are living in egypt and the last century probably no other place in the world where the carrots were prominent enough where somebody would have to say. Are you to revenue.
Republicans rally to keep Cheney in power
"Power establishment wing of the GOP one, a rare and dramatic victory Wednesday night when Congresswoman lives, Cheney beat back an attempt by former President Trump's allies. Tanaka from power is retribution for voting to impeach him. Just three weeks earlier, the 1 45 to 61 vote in favor of keeping Cheney and leadership followed a marathon closed door family discussion in the basement of the Capitol Visitor Center. With dozens of House Republicans lined up the voice their frustrations with Wyoming representative yet House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy said he wanted to end the internal feud and that his leadership team should remain
"tanaka" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"So you bring him out of the third to start the inning and then first sign of trouble. Davey. Coming in. No, no. Not David Exchequer a reliever that can get out of a mess and bring in. Then you bring Endeavour Garcia bringing I hate when I hate when managers do this just because it's the third inning doesn't mean you can't use Chad. Agree with Ty. Expense, in this situation that makes sense because you're you're you're putting out a fire and then you go in the cleaning with you're the guy that has. A longer, right yeah. That makes that that does make sense Okay. I'd say that's I'd say if you can get into the third inning with George Montgomery. Things are going well. You. If you give chat green comes in. and Get out of the let's say he gets let's say he gets one out right. So let's say Montgomery goes to in two thirds. Today was the dog shit game. So we're going to play out scenarios for the next game. I want to talk about Gary Sanchez getting benched real quick real quick. So he's he does that debrincat out chat green for. Winning or do you just do you do you Tuck Away Chad? Green say thank you very much for he pitched two innings. He pitched two innings tonight I probably would not push it with a second inning for him because then you're just asking for trouble so David Garcia comes in cleaning you. You can get there. And maybe it might depend on where you are in the lineup right? If you're if you're facing. Their best hitter if you're facing Arizona. Or somebody that ninety, nine clubs so you're saying I don't care not even close. Who is he talking about I? Know I got some shit from some people on twitter. Today. You GotTa go better to batter in an elimination game and you can't get your. You try steal outs like like like Like they tried to steal outs remember they try to steal outs with C C Sabathia in two thousand, eighteen boone's talking about how he wanted to face Jackie Bradley Jr. One more time meanwhile Jackie Bradley Jr. was four hitters away. The to that you can't do that but. But. If if if if Montgomery is going to be facing Joey Wendell to lead off the next inning yeah. You let them do that. 'cause it's a lefty lefty and then you pull him Y- you gotta do things like that. Lefty. Lefty that a assuming the splits are working in that matchup. Yeah. I haven't looked at his his splits, but assuming the splits are working. Is. The only way to to build this game. For the Yankees pitching is to work backwards and and a suit you have to assume gives you two shutout innings at the end and Zach Britton. Gives you minimum one shutout inning in his inning minimum. So that's three shutout innings at the end of the game from your big relievers and you work backwards that's the only way to approach this. So Gary Sanchez got benched for it kyle he should go he gets Yoka. Kuka talk now. I'll just say, hey, Guillermo abuse his name over and over again. So yeah, I think that the Yankees have given up on Gary Sanchez for the season I can't blame them for the season for the rest of their the rest of their playoff run it might be one more game. Yet. I mean, yeah. Maybe he didn't look today either though and do you WanNa do want say that maybe Tanaka throwing to Hagi with he's used thrown Gary Sanchez. Yeah and he's used to throw into Gary Sanchez well in the playoffs. So do you WanNa? Say That could have affected. Tanaka sure why not? It's fair to say that the other way I i. think it's only fair to say that the other way if there's there wasn't that know that comfortability that that consistency that they had in their cadence and whatnot. So yeah, it's it's fair to say that. So do you know whose fault that is though? Boone's no Gary Sanchez for Suzzie. Soda All comes back to Gary such. Stuff sucking, you'll be an everyday catcher. True there would be there would literally be no competition. There will be no conversations about catchers the. Out Ninety percent of the time. Yeah I honestly I. Don't blame them for. Seeing enough of, getting The Bat against what's his name fairbanks in in the knife down the gut yet here it is not hit not even close didn't even come within ten feet of hitting one of those fast balls down the middle of potato feet. No, he wasn't ten feet from it. Now it's it's he didn't help himself out. There's no doubt about it. I don't know how many can can really defend. The Gary Sanchez in away without just purely being blinded by. By Hope. Of of a of a of a resurgence from years ago what are we even talking about? been for I. Know He hit a home run against Cleveland but that thing was aided by the hurricane force winds. That's a pop up to right field on a normal day. Do you move you move Giancarlo Stanton up in the he's hitting fifth right now and he's the only person hitting. I I mean other people are GonNa hit around him. It just doesn't. I don't think matters as much of your going up three or four are you going to four? No you're going to three, you go into three or you're going to. He he has six home runs. Okay. He's the hottest hitter on the team right now. Get him up in the first inning. Fine I'm fine with that too. I know. We all love Aaron judge but Aaron judge has look bad Aaron judge is. To spot, he would be the three or four spot that without. Then, then then you should be realistic about what would actually happen. It will be the thread more spot. Then moving to the three spot at least four I know that doesn't make a huge difference but I mean Luke fight doesn't look healthy frankly. Yeah I mean the foot stuff eventually is going to catch A. I. Mean He's been so good all year long. Yep I'm not complaining I know you're not. It's just the reality of what it is. You want get your Hawkeye out there as early as possible especially. I think it would I think it would actually affect what that would be something that would affect with cash would do if if Carl Giancarlo Stanton was up in the first inning no matter what that would have would affect the way he throws either an opener or Yarbrough in the first inning however, he does your moving the lineup for an opener game really could have an impact in a positive way for the Yankees. Are you being sarcastically being serious I? Can't tell. Being serious. Because, yeah. No. It's the hottest thing about. Guys so Hicks has been hitting Third Hicks has been walking a lot Brazil's and get a lot of hits. So get. Hicks. In front of Stan I mean honestly you WanNa. You WanNa Redo. Lineup and do something. Awesome. Do leadoff leadoff. Second. Third and fourth now they're not going to happen. I, know that's not going to happen but sure give me that and I'd be I'd be cool with that. Yeah. That'd be a walk get an eye single to right field. Then get a four hundred and fifty foot missile to Centerfield, and that's now three shine not a solo shot about a solar second. Anything.
"tanaka" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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Mariah Carey explains why ex James Packer isn't included in her new memoir
"2016 Remember Mariah Carey was engaged Tio James Packer, that billionaire billionaire the old man. He doesn't make it into her new memoir, the meaning of Bright Cary, and now Mariah's explaining why, she said It was because quote if it was a relationship that mattered, it's in the book. If not, it didn't occur. Oh, James, and I didn't even have a physical relationship, to be honest with you. And it was actually James. You called off their engagement in 2016. She sold that 35 carat diamond for 2.1 million, then started dating her backup dancer Ryan's Tanaka on they've been together ever
Cleveland Indians suffer wild-card nightmare in 12-3 loss to New York Yankees
"The game last night, Yankees, and Indians and incredible match basis. You had seen Bieber the guy who's been the best pitcher on the planet this. Year versus Garrett Cole the Best Pitcher on the planet last year we thought they were going to be very few runs well, that didn't turn out to be the case, the gigantic right hand hitter leaning out over the plate from the stretch. The pitch is swaying in a high fly ball into right center field Ed's deep racing back to shields at the wall, and that ball is gone homerun Aaron judge and a quick strike for the New York Yankees they jump out in front on Bieber to nothing. Yet Dj Lemay Hugh had singled and then Aaron Judge Rip Day Homerun four pitches into the game. The Yankees at a two old lead on Bieber. Any never recovered this is what happened in the top of the fifth any gleyber Torres at the plate swing a high fly ball into left center field deep on run Naylor back to the wall looking up and that ball is God. In his Outta here it just snuck out off the top of the wall out gleyber Torres with a two run homer. And a Yankees keep slugging away they lead it seven to two. That call from OBI, the Great Obi Dave, O'Brien on ESPN radio the Yankees go on to win twelve to two in game on Garrett Cole was fantastic. He had thirteen strikeouts. No walks. He's a second Yankee pitcher with ten plus strikeouts in the team's first game of the postseason hall of. FAMER. Red. Roughing at ten strikeouts in Game One, the nineteen thirty, two world series against the cubs and with thirteen strikeouts walks Cole also match Tom seaver game one of the Nineteen seventy-three and LCS for the most strikeouts in a postseason appearance without issuing. A. Walk the AKC's four homers in this game tied for the second most in a playoff game. In franchise history, they had five homers in game four of the nineteen twenty eight world series against the cardinals. So when you can match numbers going back to the world series from Nineteen thirty two and nineteen twenty eight says a lot about how much yankees dominated in Game One Garrett Cole talked about his first postseason start with the Yankees. Now there was a lot of fun I mean it was a really complete team day my thought that. The middle innings when. They scored we responded with. Sizeable lead which. I thought was kind of allow them Try Not allow them to get some momentum through news dunes and. We keep on defense become elite runners lean offers off. The bags which was kept a pitch count down and we swap bats really well, and I joined myself so a nice that. You also talked about setting the tone. We need to set the tone for the series and You, know. I'm obviously very painful ambled gable to take the ball in this position So to be able to deliver feels really good and and obviously with my son area thrown felt pretty good too so. Yeah I would say I would say it definitely. was definitely a special night. But especially this year, we allow more baseball to to win so honestly celebrate to get stuff and and And showered off and come back to Marlin through all during the sixty game season Bieber did not allow more than three runs in any starting in this game he allowed seventy talked about his struggles after the game Yes. I felt. Extremely prepared coming into the start just like every other start, the season and. Fell behind first hitter and and that I obviously didn't go as planned. I felt like overall looking back at the outing. Objectively. Just, wasn't as aggressive as I wish I would have been with my ob- speeds of in the zone and maybe some fastballs in and just challenging these guys a little bit more. I felt like I fell behind quite a bit and forced myself into some bad situations and so bad counts, and then you know all that on top of not having my stuff and making mistakes. Amounted to what came out of tonight so No excuses was. It was. Not. The the I start that. We wanted to get out. With and Me personally as well but we got two more games and and cookies go out there and do thing tomorrow and hopefully I'll get the ball back as soon as possible in these three series right away elimination games later today Carlos. Carrasco? Shame. Bieber just referenced the right there cookie versus Masahiro Tanaka
"tanaka" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"Hero. You can't give up anything. Go you have top of the order. To dumb statement when you're talking about sixty six pictures that says it's A. Crazy statement. I just don't know how this team is going to make the rest of the year with Garrett Cole as the number one, and then their number two starter who gets tired after six pitches because guess what next time sixty six pitches might come in the third inning not the fitting. Yeah right now look you can't. That's not sustainable. I for the guy that's that now needs to be the number two pitcher on your team. That's not sustainable. That's number two pitcher. He's not I know they wanted to work work him up to eighty five pitches because they need to get him the length, the Games, how you going to get them there. Well that's that's the thing they're trying to get him there because he's he's not physically being. Responding to those those pitches at clearly it's still happening so They need to I I don't know if he gets pulled after sixty six pitches next archer that just haven't go to the bullpen and throw twenty more pitches probably. Yeah just just easy pitches down the middle to still get the axis up to on keep getting the action. Yeah. I. So that's that's probably the way to do it. Maybe they did ED hopefully they did it yesterday to they need to strike he needs to get strengthened arm your magic. Can you imagine how people would have reacted is if they pulled Tanaka after six pitches and then green gives up the home run and then the camera pans to the bullpen and it's Tanaka firing fastballs in the bullpen to.
"tanaka" Discussed on The Bronx Pinstripes Show - Yankees MLB Podcast
"When you don't WanNa, you don't WanNa get him throwing or getting into a routine or any kind of a regimen that's bucking that in a in a way that's INC that's moving it up moving back is one thing moving it up as a very different thing. So I don't want them. Is this the week we finally see dig Arsia and or Clark Schmidt? We'll Garcia on the forty. So Yup, high much higher chance there then because of that. So unless they make a move which I hope they do they should they really should they need to they need to? do it based on what's happening this year based on? You know even trying to go for it. Look I think if they don't make this Clark Schmidt move and they keep postponing and delaying delaying delaying. I mean everybody knows right now what it's about. They're just they're. They're putting their cards on the table and showing their hand. Yeah. This is about service time. This is not about winning Ball Games two thousand and twenty does not matter. Well we saw the braves call up Anderson who was their top pitching prospect saying we don't care about service time even though our rotation is in shambles just like the Yankees and we're gonNA throw the kid out there and they were awarded with with a six inning. Performance of just a one hit. Yeah I mean it was a no hitter without a void homerun was he was he was making them look dumb the change up made him dumb on multiple occasions and I'm not saying that's what Clark Schmitz GonNa do. Don't you WANNA see Clark Schmidt Yeah I just want to watch him pitch I WANNA I wanNA I. Want the Yankees to put their best possible players out on the field so that we can watch the best possible guys play baseball on my team. That's is that too much to ask for I don't think it's a lot. It's a lot to ask were put the best guys if your organization on the field to play. If if Cole Tanaka Paxton Montgomery and then someone in the fifth spot we're all going well I. Get it. What like why? Why Rush Clark Schmidt if you've got four or five starters going well, but that's not what they half So. So why you didn't get around why do we care about service time anymore about with with any of these players I do you do does it ever you asking me or you just send general just in general just talking to his money it's money I know it's been you even said it. Does. Not Matter as much. So we're going to start this service time clock for a season. We don't even really give about. Let me get to my point. Did Severino, Did, it did it affect a would it have affected severino because they? They bought out the last two years last year of his arbitration it my point is, is that when you're getting? Nit, picky about the service time and you're talking about arbitration in. The later years of arbitration. What are we doing? What are we doing you to get to that point you to get to that point for that to happen what show me show me where the Yankees have actually taken advantage of pitcher that's been so good and their organization we've been so good. This guy has been the dominant dominant guy that they wanna control however long and then service time became you know such an integral part of them being able to keep this guy for an extra on the field productive helping the Yankees try to win a title. Tell me when that happened. Well, you know what happened with Whitey, Ford? Back. I'm just kidding an arbitration with not a thing, the the. Talking about like what's going to happen in five years for years and?.
"tanaka" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Menu
"Hi My name's Jane Tanaka. . The ninth. . Restaurant in London, , say my recipe is a perfect summer simple recipes, , rasberry and buttermilk Fuji. . Cliff fifty is a traditional French baked custard dessert from limousin region and it's fantastic recipe because once you need a basic recipe, , you can adapt it with all different kinds of fruits say it works well with raspberries traditionally with cherries can figs apples bananas. . Once you know this, , it's really easy to adapt it. . All the seasons of the year. . So mine is a rasberry and buttermilk cliff eighty. . said to make this dish, , take an ovenproof dish butter it likely sprinkle it with Kosta sugar take your rasberries and cover the base of the ovenproof dish to make the customer makes take three jokes to hold legs. . One hundred, , thirty grams of Kosta sugar one vanilla seeds only and whisk that together to make Salvia. . Then add twenty five grams of plain flour. . Mixed in now, , traditionally, , this food is made with double green, , but I like to use buttermilk because it has a slight acidity which helps to cut through the richness of the did say take three hundred milliliters of milk and wis that into the eggs, , the sugar and the flour. . Once that's done, , pour the mixture over the raspberries and you should still be able to see the Roz rasberries floating on the top of the custody and bake it in a preheated. . Evan. . At one hundred, , eighty degrees centigrade for fifteen minutes until it's Gordon Brown on the top come. . When you push the improve dish has a slight gentle wobble. . Take it out sprinkled with icing sugar. . and. . So with a big dollar of fresh.
Recipe edition, Jun Tanaka
"Hi My name's Jane Tanaka. The ninth. Restaurant in London, say my recipe is a perfect summer simple recipes, rasberry and buttermilk Fuji. Cliff fifty is a traditional French baked custard dessert from limousin region and it's fantastic recipe because once you need a basic recipe, you can adapt it with all different kinds of fruits say it works well with raspberries traditionally with cherries can figs apples bananas. Once you know this, it's really easy to adapt it. All the seasons of the year. So mine is a rasberry and buttermilk cliff eighty. said to make this dish, take an ovenproof dish butter it likely sprinkle it with Kosta sugar take your rasberries and cover the base of the ovenproof dish to make the customer makes take three jokes to hold legs. One hundred, thirty grams of Kosta sugar one vanilla seeds only and whisk that together to make Salvia. Then add twenty five grams of plain flour. Mixed in now, traditionally, this food is made with double green, but I like to use buttermilk because it has a slight acidity which helps to cut through the richness of the did say take three hundred milliliters of milk and wis that into the eggs, the sugar and the flour. Once that's done, pour the mixture over the raspberries and you should still be able to see the Roz rasberries floating on the top of the custody and bake it in a preheated. Evan. At one hundred, eighty degrees centigrade for fifteen minutes until it's Gordon Brown on the top come. When you push the improve dish has a slight gentle wobble. Take it out sprinkled with icing sugar. and. So with a big dollar of fresh.
Recipe edition, Jun Tanaka
"Hi My name's Jane Tanaka. The ninth. Restaurant in London, say my recipe is a perfect summer simple recipes, rasberry and buttermilk Fuji. Cliff fifty is a traditional French baked custard dessert from limousin region and it's fantastic recipe because once you need a basic recipe, you can adapt it with all different kinds of fruits say it works well with raspberries traditionally with cherries can figs apples bananas. Once you know this, it's really easy to adapt it. All the seasons of the year. So mine is a rasberry and buttermilk cliff eighty. said to make this dish, take an ovenproof dish butter it likely sprinkle it with Kosta sugar take your rasberries and cover the base of the ovenproof dish to make the customer makes take three jokes to hold legs. One hundred, thirty grams of Kosta sugar one vanilla seeds only and whisk that together to make Salvia. Then add twenty five grams of plain flour. Mixed in now, traditionally, this food is made with double green, but I like to use buttermilk because it has a slight acidity which helps to cut through the richness of the did say take three hundred milliliters of milk and wis that into the eggs, the sugar and the flour. Once that's done, pour the mixture over the raspberries and you should still be able to see the Roz rasberries floating on the top of the custody and bake it in a preheated. Evan. At one hundred, eighty degrees centigrade for fifteen minutes until it's Gordon Brown on the top come. When you push the improve dish has a slight gentle wobble. Take it out sprinkled with icing sugar. and. So with a big dollar of
Hester Ford, oldest living American, celebrates 116th birthday in Charlotte
"American Hester Ford celebrated her birthday yesterday, turning 116. She's the oldest person on record in the United States, according to data compiled by the Gerontology Research Group and the United States Census Bureau. The oldest living person on the planet is Cane. Tanaka of Japan, who has 117 forward was born on a farm in Lancaster County, South Carolina. She married at age 14 to John Ford gave birth to the first of the couple's 12 Children. At age 15 Hester took care of the house, the farm and the Children. While John worked at a local steel mill. Her husband died in 1963. Ford had not been hospitalized even once in the 1st 108 years of her life. She now has 68 grandchildren, 125 great grandchildren and at least 120 great great grandchildren. Ford can still walk in very short distances and until the pandemic had attended Search the first Sunday of every month for communion for use Radio news. I'm John Hunt.
Small Steps Towards Productivity at Home with Sid Garza-Hillman
"Everyone welcome to radio. This is Doug Hey and today I'm joined by my good good buddy who is so nice to talk to you sit Garza Helmet said welcome back to the podcast. Doug Nice to be here and thank you for having me on. It. was that was that was that to professional? No wonder. Out He's like, I don't want to be around that kind of anyway. Thank you so much for for for serious is always good to talk to you. Yeah same to you and. Say That anyone who is a longtime listener of the pod or follower up athlete knows exactly who you are. But you know who is said Garza Hohmann who who are you, and why should people pay any attention to what you have to say? Why don't know about the second question but the first question is that I'm. Well. Nutritionists running coach Author of two books and another one that I just finished. It's not out yet. PODCAST Vlogger I direct an ultra marathon. And I run a wellness center at at the Stanford in a nutritionist there and. father husband. That's that pretty much sums it all up. Yeah. You know our other things. That's a lot I do a lot of stuff which is i. think partly of what we're GonNa talk about today, but we'll see where that goes. Yeah I I was so disappointed in this year, we also come back out for the race would have been my. Third Time coming for the senior Costa Fifty K. which is. Without a doubt, my favorite ultra-marathon off there ever is Martin was or will be. I. Guess I can't say that definitively about I, I, can I mean there will never be a better race video It's such a cool race rents along the coast of the Mendocino coast like Northern California cliffs just absolutely stunningly beautiful and then through the redwoods and along this big river out of there, it's such a cool that and. But of course, like everything else it was canceled this year and I was sorry to Miss Miss that option is here. Yeah, I was I was a late hold out like we were getting the news about you know. Groups of fifty sounds like okay. I can do that because all space my runners out Mr groups of twenty five probably can do that. You know, and then finally it was a group of ten and I was like okay and I had to pull the plug and it was really. I took it way harder than thought it would take it. I was very bombed Tanaka the race and. It's come for some reason. The last couple of weeks I think I'm trying to nail down next year's date and everybody who signed up to have a free. You know they have a free entry into next. You basically postponed the race a year essentially, but I'm like drinking coffee out of my Mendocino Coast Fifty K. last few days I've been wearing the hat like. Just around surrounding myself with all things Mendocino. Miss you so much. You know it's It's such a fun. It's like the it's such a thing I look forward to every year and to not have it this year amongst every amidst everything else was just really a bummer. Yeah what what do you think was the most? Disappointing part about if you just about the about the race by cancelling. Yeah. Just because I love the it's such as you know for anybody who's run it they know but I keep the number on purpose. You know have quite a big wait list actually but I, keep the number very tight at one hundred fifty. Because it's really intimate fun and it's become would have been in its fifth year, but there's a lot of returners. So it becomes this thing where it's almost familial. You out there there's traditions that are being built now around the race 'cause it's now it's not in its first year now in its would have been in its fifth and so it's it's a new race but you can sort of see the establishment of traditions in and just seeing people again for the you know that one time per year and it's just it's just I greet everybody when they come. Across the finish line because I keep the numbers manageable and it's just it's just this fun. Fully positive no negative day and even people who drop I've never had a negative person. They always come back and I go I. Miss a stupid thing. You know they get a beer and they walk over to the beach you know like it just so it's all good and I've knock on Wood I've never had. A bad experience around. So it's just it's just a fun thing for me to do. It is a good addition to altering community. Thank you for putting that on. Yeah, my pleasure. All. Right. So we'RE NOT GONNA be talking about the racer. We're not even going to be talking about today we're talking about a productivity and kind of staying focused in the age of that I. Know I have I've worked from home for a long time and you've partially worked from home for a while and so I'm used to this whole working from home thing. But I'm hearing increasingly more from people who from friends and family and stuff who are getting growing increasingly frustrated with the work from home experience and. They're having they're having trouble with productivity. You're having focused missing You know their friends at work and their colleagues and and so even though we're wet like five months into this whole thing and most people are still working from home. We. Thought it'd be good to talk about productivity and to talk about. You know just kind of waste to stay focused and and be efficient but we're doing it in the framework of small steps because you're like the small stuff guy, you might be the og small sips guy. I don't know what are small steps. I'm pretty I'm pretty Oh, Jeez most. Well, my small steps are from most other small steps. So I'm there are people out there talking about micro steps, break everything into two minutes my specific approaches to train people how to set their own well. I'll put this way a small step for me as an is the mindset it's what you view something as small step. So it's not a fixed amount of time in the world. It's just for you if it's a small
"tanaka" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Cut on and missed. And now it's too too. I beg your pardon. That's strike that All right. No account, Boys and girls strike three year out. There's two down. Sohail striking out the 1st 2 now. It's up to Jackie Bradley Jr to keep this game alive. Red Sox their final out Jackie and this one over to a strike out a ground out and a walk. Live to New York top 92 outs and the first offering cut on it. Masahiro Tanaka started went three and 2/3 is on a pitch limit is back and quickly hail ahead. Nothing to I like the way Hale works. Is getting ball ready to parole. Get out of here. Let's get this over with. Zero to Upstairs outside. Loud there in Yankee Stadium. 12 is bounced cutouts on their feet. I got nothing. You got nothing on that. There's a 12 and that's downstairs..
"tanaka" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Texas hold 103 12 Auntie 9 70 After three months of lock down, health officials in Cuba have lifted some restrictions as the island has flattened the curve of Corona virus infections. Correspondent Patrick Ottman is in Havana for the first time, restaurants and bars are beginning to reopen. Of course, here in Havana in the area that would usually packed with tourists. There's almost nobody there are some restaurants opened for the first time in three months, but you don't see a lot of people. In them, and that's because there's really no tourism right now. The island is still shut down. Yankees pitcher Masahiro Tanaka got hit in the head by a line drive. Tanaka was alert and sent to a hospital, and reports say that he had a CT scan that came back negative and he was released late on Saturday. A rather frightening scene played out during the team's first officials Summer camp workout. Barbecue sac. Nellis Bloomberg Sports Update. The Yankees have already lost one starting pitcher to injury of Louis Severina having undergone Tommy John surgery in the spring. Now they're holding their breath that everything is OK with the Masahiro Tanaka during the team's very first workout in the run up to the season opener, Tanaka was hit in the head by a Giancarlo Stanton line drive. Knock on the ground for over five minutes before being able to walk off the field. With some assistance. He was sent to New York Presbyterian for further tests an evaluation he had a CT scan that was negative. And he's been placed in concussion protocol after the workout. Our and Boon also announced with the players permission that two Yankees had tested positive for covert 19 Louise Sessa and D. J. LeMay. You both are quarantining at their homes. They are added to the list of a number of players who have tested positive, which includes the Braves, Freddie Freeman, Aaron Nola of the Phillies and the Royals. Salvador Perez. The Mets began their summer camp on Friday, and manager Louise RoHaas talked about how they're going to go about their business initially. You know they're going to be live VP slash same games, you know. Rose, not goingto not going to get into, you know, coming out of the box smart. You know, we're more focusing on the matchup pictures facing our hitters and vice versa. We're lost in. The Mets were reportedly open their 60 game season on July 24th against the Braves and Flushing. The schedule is expected to be released this coming week. The Dodgers will be without David Price this season. He's electing not to play amid the virus pandemic, saying it's in the best interest of both He and his family. The NFL will discuss a recommendation from the Players Association. To cancel the entire preseason slate of games. On Wednesday, the league said teams would play just two games down from the normal for the MLS is back totally match between FC Dallas in Vancouver that was supposed to take place this coming Thursday, has been postponed after eight players on the clubs at positive covert 19 tests with the Bloomberg Sports Update on Frank Charity. This is Bloomberg best Bloomberg best is about the insight and the context that we get from our guests. It's a great way to catch up on some of the stories you might have missed on the Bloomberg stories you're not going to find in any other news organizations. Bloomberg best Bloomberg's best stories of the week powered by 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries around the world..
"tanaka" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Flash and Jody Masahiro Tanaka is out of the hospital. He underwent tests after being hit by a Giancarlo Stanton line drive during a simulated game. Tanaka tweeting. I appreciate all the support. I feel it a bit right now, but I'm all good going to try to get back on the mound, a SCP any thanks, Fans. All the encouraging words more Yankee concerns, though deejay, LeMay, you and Louisa, both at home after testing positive for the virus. They are self quarantining. The biggest name in baseball with the positive covert test has been Freddie Freeman. Like positive, but he's been dealing with symptoms The UFC is taking this weekend off. Is more pressure on the NFL to dump the rest of the preseason vote today by the board of the NFLPA, asking the league to cancel the remaining exhibition games. The MBA teams in the bubble will have several scrimmages before the games resume. At the end of this month. Rudy go bare, the jazz star whose positive diagnosis was the turning point of pro sports closing down back in March. Says athletes will come out better once this pandemic is over things that way or taking for granted we just until it happens to you until you know you realize that when you talk about the environment, we talked about everything that's going on. You would ask that We have a lot to be better. You know, he was coming like this type in the face and I think we are going to come out of this better persons. Gordon Hayward of the playoff bound Celtics says he might have to leave the bubble in Orlando. His wife is due to give birth. The couple's fourth child in September. Hayward says he understands the league's protocol and sounds willing to self quarantine before returning. The sharpshooting guard has had a productive.
"tanaka" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Under the union soldiers Tanaka under the union soldiers hundreds of thousands of whom were white indict this is why this identity politics is so poisonous reconstruction was a disaster because of Lincoln's assassination and because you listen says grant strongly believed in reconstruction in the first term he was moving strongly towards that but the second term Democrats win the house of representatives and blocked everything yeah I talked about it's not just water Williams it Shelby Steele it's Bob Woodson none of whom are white they talk about what's going in going in these poor inner city mostly minority communities today it is horrific in some of these neighborhoods well there's almost no white people like Greg Popovich doesn't live there Stephan Carey doesn't live there Max it's common doesn't live there we should address the problems that exist that are going on right now well Gregg Popovich should say in his video nobody gives a damn but I'm just pointing out look how quickly local state and federal law enforcement got on top of this case and indicted this man within seventy two hours I've never seen anything like it you know the original charge of third degree murder has been moved to second degree murder and I hear the loud noise going on should be first degree first degree really we got to prove it and the problem with first degree is premeditated but even not a premeditated like you're plotting and planning ahead of time ahead of the actual confrontation the reason why he fax is not going to bring first degree is he's afraid he'll lose it and then all hell will break loose but even if he's convicted of second degree murder whole never see the light of day again period none of them will what let's listen to the NFL commissioner is an enormously wealthy man who lives in a white neighborhood who was born to privilege now he's seen the light go ahead it is been a difficult time for our country in particular I people in our country first my condolences families George fluid Riana Taylor Motter every you know least moving dirt please tell me read the National Football League well I worked at Aubrey was that police brutality and I think the cops were involved I could be wrong but I don't think so anyway go ahead it was an accident how long can I don't all right I don't think it was anyway go ahead we National Football League condemn racism in the systematic oppression of black people are let's stop anybody out there not condemn racism then you should be listening to the show if you know but the systematic oppression of black people as I would he said Mister producer this systematic oppression of black people there's no systematic oppression of many people in this country you know you have absolute mobility in this country you can come in you can leave you can move from state to state city to city where is the systematic oppression black people how many people and he's just figured this out by the way he never thought this way before thought happened it was all washed up and all that now it's all of a sudden he sees there's another this guy is a corporate Laurie's been with the NFL forever his Daddy was a United States senator he is not considered a fairly intelligent not by me but by others and all of a sudden he's been commissioner I don't know how long it's been the general counsel the NFL he's lived a life is the son of a senator all of a sudden he sees the oppression of the black community he didn't see it last week he did say it a month ago he didn't see it last year he didn't see what happened it was the it was taking the knee now he sees it I'm believable go ahead with the National Football League it meant we were wrong for not listening to NFL players earlier and encourage all to speak out why are you listening to NFL players once you get off your fat **** and going to these communities and see what's going on get down you don't need interpreters by multi millionaires in the NBA or the NFL or Hollywood or anything else if you were serious about this I have been listening you know to our players how bout you listen to the people in the community how about you go and talk to the people whose little businesses were burned down with the people are scared to death to come out at night why don't you go talk to those people Mr commissioner well there's nothing in it for that's why he's trying to tamp down the players go ahead read the National Football League let me ask you about we the National Football League do you know who leased house leaders Mr commissioner you know she is she's the lady all over the internet who store she's a partner in a little store little deli that was burned down and losing not you go talk to her rather than the bar lebron James and see what she has to say go ahead leave was founded on and has a history of strident anti semitism but everybody wants to stand a black lives matter in other words you can't even say I want to stand with the black community that there is no pressure no black people but even more I got a standup lack lives man which is a stridently anti semitic organization one of its founders wise well I have to do is go on the internet a lot you could see that synagogues were desecrated as word kosher restaurants yeah on the west.
"tanaka" Discussed on Bitcoin Radio
"What is BITCOIN radio it. What is your man Joe Blackburn? Today is a very intriguing exciting interesting Conversation that you're about to be part of your about curious about be able able to comment and let me know what I said wrong because it might get a little tasty now. This is one of those hot topic kind of conversations that you know a lot of people avoid Loyd and today. I'm going to have who I consider somebody who's been really involved on the political scene throughout and I mean I'm going to say this coming up election and he'll be able to go in a little bit more L. But riots and knock the NBA arts and He's he's got this really interesting perspective. On what Crypto blockchain blockchain and the future of these things are going to do for the world and specifically United States And as we get started and before I bring him on you know obviously he is somebody who I've been following Amman. I've been paying attention to his work for some time now but He's he's taking a really large. You know Interests the Andrew Yang campaign the yen gang and although he is not officially part of the injury Yang Team I know he's he's been A faithful and loyal Fan of Andrew Andrew Gangs and a and a follower of that campaign but I do know that he's unaffiliated for backed and I'm sure he'll go into a little bit more detail about his position But I thought the conversation was going to be exceptionally exciting. The crypto space for a few different reasons an. I'll start with number one and you know I don't want to get to deepen the to my you know. Yeah I guess just the way that I want to structure this conversation tonight but you know. I think that excites me is that I've watched people from all over. Crypto crypto here by Andrew Yang. There's a politician whose whose talking about blockchain and it's a very stipulated group of people in a lot of ways ways outside of blockchain and I felt like you know from the very beginning. Bitcoin was always that great unifier when it came to people with different political spectrums but blockchain as its blossom. Awesome into what we consider chain. And there's finally we. We have a politician. Who's taking this seriously and I wanna make this very clear? This is not a political endorsement horseman on my side. I'm not saying this is who I like. I appreciate if anything else is the marketing aspect from a politician saying blockchain real someone who gets it someone who sees the future and you know that part is it's at least starting the conversation so as bring Ryan on and as Ryan introduces himself. I'm sure I noted earlier. He'll he'll have a lot to say about you know his affiliations and and his his volunteer work and and whatnot. But I think it's really cool also because Is Ryan just informed me that all the work that he's been able to do has been financed by his. You know his his crypto income. And that just think it's incredible so I let him him get into all these details and I'll of course you want to make sure that he gets chance to of but police folks remember. This is not to be divisive this. We're not here sitting here trying to to make you choose the next. I have a lot of really conservative. You know financial perspective but I also have some very progressive ideology. You if you ask people in the south they'll tell you on all the people in California huge redneck and neither one of them is true right. It's ridiculous crazy. Unfortunately how they want to buy up. But I do like to be very very open and have these conversations or not so anyways tonight. We're going to welcome Ryan. I don't WanNa wait too much longer. I want to get him on. I know he's got his own things that he's got an I also know that he's live streaming this S. before I'm livestream so let me get him for waste anymore time. What's going on Ryan? What W hey thanks for having me on Ju Yeah been following your work as well for a while You know you really did create a a real community around the whole. It's going thing you know I was. I'm sure that wasn't is an easy either. I I'm like you said you know I'm here. I do a lot of different things so like my project in the arts is actually about a housing politics. And that's actually what started the whole thing but but like like you mentioned I made a little bit money in two thousand seventeen and that is what's giving me the time they do this stuff. 'cause I'm I'm trying I'm Kinda move my career more towards like the political side right now so it gave me a time to honestly. I'll be real honest I've been a Mission for a long time and that was pretty much broke pretty much the whole life and then crypto came along and I'm like Whoa holy crap by have savings now. Well you know and and so that really that really was life changing for me and So I believe been crypto in more ways that one and But it's gotta the fee might say I don't Wanna I don't WanNa like push for your education too to hard here. I know I know this is your huge supporter party. I'm going to have. Yeah Yeah I WANNA But I do WANNA keep the conversation relevant to crypto because no Yeah but kind of the I think the overall aw theme right good. What what crypto and the housing stuff I do and Andrew gangs campaign have in common. Is that They all we are all in our in the the business trying to solve problems. And really crypto is a technology data. lavas feel will solve a lot of the problems in society right now. That man do they not. They're they're so hostile to you. You know and yeah we were talking about earlier. Yeah we were talking about earlier. How got my dad into crypto? And he was really obsessed about it for a couple of months. Though you know it was he was calling me every day. Hey like Oh what should I buy. What could and then they just banned it like a Hawaii right? He was in Hawaii. And you can't even like if you if you have a coin based con in Hawaii. You can't even use it anymore. You know it's easy it is well. Let's take a step back Ryan because of of course you know we have a we have a lot to cover tonight and I'm excited about those things and your journey and who you are. I think it it speaks a lot about you. Know Your your motivations which on what you're doing and why you're doing it. I mean not very respectful of those i. I think that you've handled yourself especially on ener. And for those of you who don't Know Ryan I'm GonNa let you plug yourself here in a little bit Ryan but Ryan Streams. It's all his political work. Every single time full transparency. For the most part you know when he gave us down he starts working a main. He's streaming the whole people interacting with them. He's got a twitch channel and you you know if you're interested in and following that and just watching him I think it'd be well worth your time at least just kind of get a perspective. On what what he's doing and he's volunteering. This is on time and in so many different ways he has the things you know for the for the greater good now taking step back Ryan. You know you're you're somebody who I as I as I said introduction following a you know we don't don't always agree on every topic and you know we always managed to be exceptionally respectful and aware of each other's personal feelings towards maybe a topic or next. But you know we've always been able to remain not just you know reasonable. We've been to remain pleasant and maintain. I guess a Internet French next. Although we'd never met person feel like I if I did I would already know you. You know I mean you you put yourself out there and you know. You're you're really sensible person. And you also your connector. You're a unifier and I've always appreciated that about you. Ma'am thank you. Thank you know. I mean that means a lie to try you know like the I feel like the Internet just in in general tends to reward partisanship and divisive. Va behaviors just. Because it's like it's all we have. Click Click Bait failed is And if you're being on this the platforms like really they. They want the at it gets clicks and enzyme. That's how they measure engagement. Unfortunately you know the amount of people like relate Brett Kirk what's that it incurred encourages influencers. Who played that game to play it all the time? I mean you say things that are Atlanta. Yeah no I hate it but but like you know when you've kind of tied back into crypto. You know that's part of my age. The reason why I Bought into it because I thought hey man if he if we use this thing and give people incentives to be the good Biebel on the Internet and you know and the Decca really change that because right now everything is free. No one really gives the craft right and it's just not abilities minimal. If you ban you can just create another account and whatever you know so very true very true. Okay so moving into you know where Yang and when and when I came out it was a big deal when Yang you mentioned mentioned to the public that he was excited about blockchain and that moment in time I remember very specifically like wow man in who is the. That's the first time I'd ever heard of injury I'd never heard of him until then and it wasn't until someone shared host. Hey look there's a politician talking about blockchain. Little did that. I know he was then going to run for president. And you know although I'd only heard about them briefly could probably couldn't have told you his name after I read the article and it wasn't until announced that he was going to be running for presidency where he was considering running for presidency. That was like Oh. That's the guy who was doing blockchain. So you know when that first happened were you. How long ago did you realize realized that there was a connection between what Andrea doing and the and his appreciation watching or what came first? So it's a little weird because I'm involved a lot of different things but I would say that I became aware of Yang Somewhere around may be late April ish and man I got to looking like back then. His campaign was literally a series of Internet memes floating around on on the Internet. And if you look back then no matter even have a picture here her immediate. Bring it up if you look at it. It's kind of you're like wow this guy's running for president really while you know like like they made a lot of stuff you see on fortune in all those stuff sir all their. You're listening to a little presentation. I made a while ago but yeah so the so this is just like I mean this is what his campaign look like back in you know and it's come a long way since then but Just so for those who are listening tomorrow during the podcast. You got the bill to be on our you. Check out the Iran's streaming. I'm sure it'll be on there as well but just wanted to give them. Let them know I. I've done housing politics for a couple years now. And and Was You know I do follow. What's going on in the housing space okay? I'll start paying attention to what the candidates are saying. And then I saw Yang's zoning policy and give me Stanford yes in my backyard and we're always fighting nimbies not in my backyard. Those new Nimby at this before you made it George Carlin said it back in the seventies so it's been around but not that he Basically it's the type of people have in their front yards. You know they'll have like a little sinuses. Black Lives Matter Ameri next to that side. They'll be a thing opposing posing Apartment complexes because they don't want those people leave it near the also it's a contradiction and they were always fighting owning it all the time but it's I appreciated him on that level and that's what got me interested but then at the same time you know. I'm a Crypto guy with Zander gang. Gang think about crypto and he has ended. I find out that he actually knows what it is for what which is already a huge. I think for US everywhere. We're really desperate like we're really desperate for for people to acknowledge that we exist to really huge credibility like yeah I remember just a mention of it in the news back in two thousand sixteen or seventeen which is great. We've got a mentioned. Yeah we got a mentioned in the New York Times no way an little tiny harder because it did matter because it was somebody getting arrested for you know for fraud of some sort of justifying. It's better than nothing right to your point. Though I mean you know to hear that absolutely no matter what you know back in the day would be on it still still is especially if it's the same thing for me when I hear politicians doing it. Yeah Yeah but but so I agree with him. It's kind of uncanny how much I agree with it. And that's never it happened before you know like all the other candidates in the race right now. I'm like okay I like one or two things about you but the rest by can do without you. The first time. There's a candidate that is kind of the other way I know I agree with you on most things and you know maybe some things I don't but but I can live with that so yup to ease. He's great in housing. He's great in a crypto. 'cause he knows what it is any e the way like he tweets about I remember a while ago. He tweeted about his opinion. Lieber court you know like most other people are like what is that even mentioned that..
Clyde Butcher: Photographing the Everglades
"Butcher but she was known primarily for his dazzling large format black and white photography the everglades glades and Florida environment regardless of your photographic background or your tastes photography. There is so much you can learn about his story career good example. How many photographers August do you know who actually made money? Selling thousands of prince through the Amazon of the Stone Age. Or as we sometimes call it the sears catalog he did it anyway. This episode is going to be a little bit different than normal because it's just a simple conversation between John. Inclined they touch on a number of interesting subjects including Bush's work in the swamps with large format cameras. His recent foray into Sony digital cameras paired with cannon tilt shift lenses and is mind boggling doctrine with vintage in lodgers. They'll also discussing the business models that he and his family employees to market is images his thoughts on black and white versus color and of course his relationship to the Florida landscape escape for which he will be forever. Linked Klein is a true American master. And it's a treat to have him on the beach photography podcast. Let's have a listen. You work the worth almost known for his kind of a process. Heavy work Invasions time working in large format. But let me ask you. Do you feel photography Is is more of a ways or means whether the means be adventure solids money whatever happens to be. Hopefully photography is the adventure through life that you bring happiness to people through your images in my work. I'm trying to bring the environment out the to the public because people big Zoya heavy idea where oxygen comes from yet so we you have to try to convince people that the earth is round round. Last I checked it worse worse spaceship and so we have a finite number of materials here so through my photography people see the beauty mhm Have to get into it too. We're looking at pictures a lot. Lotta pictures not really early Pictures of things feelings of things. Try to draw you in pictures of the really Nice Center. The interest is on the sides. Were you in the reason I might pictures you know. I guess you probably seem into Israel silver prints. They're up to five foot by eight and a half feet. Nine feet in. Nikki showed me the space in the back of the documentary. Yeah and the rinsing in the chemical tables. That's thirty eight foot long sink. Yeah five foot by four foot. Trees actually betrays sinking itself discussion. The jumping ahead. There's so many questions about that. Space that you create in the photo and what you want people to do in that space but while we're there are you know over the past twenty plus years now. We've seen this going away from from analog film photography and Printing when that first started I mean how did you ask yourself any questions. Like how am I gonNA sustain this helmet in a supply myself with these as Kodak shutting down as you you know Ilford is pulling back now. Little resurgence in that but at the time was ever questioned. What you're GonNa do well with digital came out in Kodak's at all we're we're out here? It was getting older is you can't. Is that thirty five millimeter. We're talking about you know why should up to twelve twenty negative Majority the five seventy Enjoys five seven eight by ten some love. Fourteen twelve twenty twelve twenty seven fourteen really silly information. Yeah but it's like it's like when you take a twelve or twenty hours like ticket television set out there ebbing subside down colored collar but at that time. Did you know what I must take my guns. This is what I do is what I love to do a mock going back because you know sales I dunno sales took a hit or whatever or you know those kind of things but it was it ever a conversation to have with yourself or or was it. When I was a little nervous I think it was in nineteen ninety eight? We start doing books. So we've always general books but I was doing that my own scanning my negatives okay so I had to learn photoshop so I could If the picture of the book I tried to teach me photoshop I went to a couple of courses. It was pretty today's picture here so I said I got underway doing this in analog so I figured analog way of doing now I can do ten minutes yeah and what would that. What does that analog method ended? Basically we you like when you burn something you burn. It ingredients a lot with the burn tool okay so in in that. Gradient can change the contrast in that gradient. Okay that's interesting so might have to race a little bit around say on a burning tree. I just raised a little bit around. Make a circle around contrast less contrast. I can do that with a gradient so I could just like what I do now. In the printing we have verbal contrast paper Blue Green Bulbs so I need less contrast the blue off in a burden with green more contrast bring with blue so do the same thing thing a digital album that interesting and what's exciting to me. I finally got the I think I got the right camera to now. I got the new the Fuji F G X one hundred year about it's got sixteen bit. You'll realizing advantage of sixteen bit gradients of it becomes smooth. Yeah Woah and you can't do that fourteen bit again sixteen. This breath camera to me is to automatic. I like the I have the fifty s Has got a little dials here. This was all trying trying like so so but I've had to figure out how adapt my Kansas to it because the apertures is done by the camera so actually Cambo makes an adapter the cameras the Fuji that actually controls the Iris independently of the camera. Yet as he worry about the camera anymore. Tanaka used by lenses. And I can't shoot without having I think this is the poodle relies the the difference of getting four gram laureate Liz. The tilting tilting. The camera down more foreground yet. I lower the landscape. I don't tell camera. Yeah okay so the perspective is correct and it's also different in perspective Natural I'm kind of surprised a little bit to hear the the embrace and the deep dive into you know from the Fuji in as you mentioned the Sony All these things in the digital world. Was this something that you brought to you based on the fact that you needed to physically. Well I'll I tell you the reason I starting bracing. It is because the camp there came out with INC ARCHIVAL PAPER EGO. So unless you have a media that she can print on this going to be around for awhile. I Media Irish printer. It was good for at at least good two months. There was dead because it was used for proof. Lean offset printing needed to so the client the through the weak- Anka in your mind's eye of the print. Maybe excuse me for even asking. This is the final product. I mean when you see what you're looking at. Did you see through the Lens through the landscape to the print at the medicine. Well I do you know you said to see through the Lens I actually everything I do is point shoot. I do not compose the camera. You can't a a little bit. More digital. But with a large format view us a widening the lens of Orange Arch format. You can't see the composition the ground glass to you WANNA to see if it's Focus on the edge have moved over to the left and then yet lowered the riot. So you really can't see the competition so I've learned about the first retro focus. Twenty millimeter lens came in the country in nineteen sixty two. The first Retro Focus Lens was made in East Germany but the flag on Appeal Roy. Milton reflect to got. So I've been using that in wider wider angles ever. Since then I've been wide-angled I mean I've got maybe half dozen shots were taken with different lines. Really I I go from if you relate to Full frame thirty five I go from about ten millimetres twenty
Hacks to Make Your Resolutions Stick
"We have a really special treat today to kick off twenty twenty so I imagine most of us have been making some form of resolution the last decade was about x and the next decade is going to be about why Z.. and Ab and see well in order to accomplish X. Y. Z. A. B. and C.. We probably need some plants some way to execute our goals and dreams our guest today. BJ Fog is going to help us do just that. He is one of the world's foremost experts on behavior. Change and how to start in create habits. That are actually GonNa stick and actually going to work so anybody's diet plan. Meditation plans desires for the future that you want to have in the semi perfect perfect you that will be evolving the beautiful butterflied cocoon that we have been in the last decade. Here's a man who may make some portion of those dreams slightly slightly more true welcome bt are no thank you for inviting. It is my sincere pleasure I question how was your New Year's. Oh my gosh it was. It was in transition. It was good. I mean it's great to start a new decade but my book launch has been planned for in years eve two thousand nineteen three days ago for two years. So there's been and we moved from Maui to California and then moved on here to go work So it's been busy but The books out and the response has been really really grade and so I guess the answer is it's been an awesome way to start this decade. So you've started the decade with your New Book Tiny Habits and today you're going to share a little bit about the methodologies that you recommend in it I yes yes. I'm so excited. So if somebody's GonNa make habit change what's the best way to do. It loaded question the way that we've been taught for decades How the culture thinks about habits most of it is wrongheaded takes us in the wrong direction? I'm excited about sharing is a way to create habits into change our life that works in. It's easy in its task. Actually if you do the right way it and it's not guesswork so I'll breakdown. Some of it goes deeper into some of the parts. But first and foremost start with forming habits that you want in not ones that you feel like you should have new years eve all of a sudden just coming to kick me in the ASS. Yes yes you know. What doesn't doesn't work? You know this is kind of what we've been set up is like okay. You just pick a should something you should do and somehow magically you can motivate yourself itself to get it done. I just don't see any evidence in everyday life research networks long-term but what does work is picking what you want want to the tiny Abbas method Hick habits that you want to be super easy and super small. So let's say you want to read more. Yeah so pare that back to not even read one chapter but read one paragraph or maybe even one sentence and then find where that new habit. The teeny teeny. Tiny behavior fits in your life. Naturally in the tiny habits method. You look for wet Kennett come after so reading for example might right lodge by come really well after you sit down on the train on your way to work then you open. Your book can read a paragraph An obvious one that I talk about the law is glossing comes after you brush so the tiny house arrest beaver. That is after I I will fly and in this case it's one tooth 'cause you parrot back to be super tiny and then there's a the third part of the tiny habits method. Is You wire in the habit by what I call celebrating writing you fire off a positive emotion and that helps us. You know that emotions change how our brain works and in this case of the celebration. The positive emotion helps your brain like remember and want to do that behavior again. So you're basically self-reinforcing but you're not doing it how you're doing it deliberately. You have by now. Thousands and thousands and thousands of people have done this. I know you've watched behavioral change categorically step by step over literally tens of thousands of people to identify bit by bit what makes the most effective habit change. Our do have a study where I had. Some people sell a true experiment where people randomize some people celebrated some people didn't celebrate and clearly different effects. It's a fundamental mental piece. I mean when we look at really any discipline. I live a lot in the world of healthcare in the world of meditation in the world of fitness and each of these worlds. We look at how you create habit a change and the behavioral pieces the hardest part we all know there are things that we should do. That are good for us and we just don't do them. Why don't we eat? Well you know. Why don't we exercise as much as we should know? Amount of information is going to actually shift your behavior and the question always is but what does so. Let's talk about one one other thing that most people listening here care about. And it's thing that people most commonly asked me. How do you start the habit of meditation? Or how do you get yourself to meditate meditate more often. Well this is why I like is this is why before we started recording. I told you what a huge fan I am news. Here's why I think meditation a hard habit to wire factors. Were really busy and but I think as we've talked about what why isn't a habit is the feeling of success. Yes it is so hard for people as they start to meditate feel successful they sit down and they still frustrated. I'm guessing I haven't studied up on you know. I know what what needs to be there for the habit to form and I know in my own experience and you know just casually talking to others not studying got scientifically is people. Just sit down notices. How busy their minds are so? They're not feeling successful. So that's not going to wire the habit what I loved about about us. Was it the little birds chirping those celebrations. You did right. I was getting at permission. I'm getting signalled signalled. I was succeeding. And that was a game changer for me because otherwise I don't know if I'm succeeding when I met a day so tonight you've just actually planned my mind because we knew we were doing it when we built it but we didn't have your thesis that it fell into to validate like. Oh we're doing this because it it is the self reinforcement in this way. The lavelle sort of him so because there's no way I can know that I'm doing something with my brandon brainwaves but what the news you you've you've indicated even even people can tune into like that was really stormy and rainy but now it's getting calmer and they lowered the bar for themselves so that you're not hearing chirping. You're able to calm the rain a little bit. That's great again then. Eventually you'll hear turbines like August. While I threw me because I got so excited I was thrown out but later I could bring them on and it just made me. It helped me feel successful so I have to tell you the chirps. The bird trips are actually also away to undermine the goal directed nature of this and bring back a mindfulness principal so everybody the first time they hear bird. If you don't know what it is just like okay. That was a bird as soon as you know that a bird is reward. You're like Oh my God I got a bird and you get really excited. And then the bird flies away so it is our way to suddenly subtly reinforce the habit while at the same time not getting you totally invested in your awards so you have to become come as invested in your rewards as you are in your failures essentially equanimity to them both in order to actually. That's the that's the subtle. Mindfulness awfulness a lesson that we imbued within. I love that well. I think it's great. I think it's terrific now. If somebody doesn't have that product I think to to reframe what successes as a meditators like just sitting on your mad sitting celebrate the fact that you actually did it and and I think the mistake is an expert on meditation. But if you think I'm GONNA have a coal mine like the Buddhist monk and that's the standard of success years Tanaka wire in the habit so just you have to re frame what success in meditation is so you can achieve that Tillis achievable also. You can deal successful every time you meditate every time and and and I think maybe somebody's done it I haven't mapped it all out but you know the simplest thing might be the fact that you actually sat there. You sat on the Mat and you took three mindful brass Bam. I know before I had views but I really focused on was just can I get three breasts without my mind wandering just three just three and it was hard but that was the standard if I could do it. It's like okay good for me. Let's see if I can do it again. Just three US us without my mind going up so it wasn't like a high bar but it was some way that I could feel successful. Oh but that took some effort. I do like the pink. I love that Adams. If you're trying to meditate call you to gotta how to do. Sit on the cushion. If you've nailed sitting on the cushion all you gotTa do is get three breaths.
Oldest living American has died at age 114
"A little Murphy lived in Harlem and she was born in nineteen oh five she raised two children as a single mother after her husband died at an early age Murphy's daughter rose green said her mom was a gift from god she turned a hundred fourteen in July Connie Tanaka a Japanese woman is recognized as the oldest person in the world at the age of a hundred sixteen Sara Lee Kessler NBC news radio New
The oldest living American, Alelia Murphy of New York, has died at 114
"She was the oldest person in America a Li Li a Murphy age a hundred and fourteen years has died Murphy thought to be the oldest known living American was born in nineteen oh five and lived in New York City raising two children as a single mother after her husband died at a young age her daughter rose green calling her mom a gift from god Murphy was honored honor a hundred fourteenth birthday in July at Harlem state office building now the world's oldest living person is still Connie Tanaka from Japan who is a hundred sixteen
A look at all 16 possible World Series matchups
"Allow with us right now is is EMMA LB Major League baseball analyst insider extraordinaire the great one himself the one and only Kirk Chin who will be in attendance for tonight's Oakland a's Tampa Bay rays one game divisional playoff game. What's going on man? How are you how's everything I'm great Stephen? Even a I'm at a playoff game. It's a winner. Take all situation on October the second this is pretty good stuff. You really really liked this one game stuff don't you. You really liked him. Well what I think it does Stephen Obviously it brings a game seven half. Let's fear to the beginning of October that that game last night was a really good game but it was even better because the poor brewers had to go home after losing and granted. It's really unfair that one of these teams tonight both worked on ninety five or more games going to have to go home after one but it does bring increased integrity to the regular killer season. It makes those hundred sixty two games so important so you don't have to play in this game but the fact that the loser goes home home makes it. It has a level even high. I gotTA admit him. I'm very shocked by that position that you take because you are one of the most fair minded people I've ever known on and to go to a hundred and sixty two game season and it to come down told one game. It's it almost seems grew. It really does well. It is cruel stephen a but this is a cool sport and I was not in favor of this but here is the option if we were gonNA play a best best of three. Let's say and you are the New York Yankees. Let's say you want your division and you get to host the next round and we have ties leading into the wild card situation and then you play best of three it's possible the Yankees can win a hundred and ten game name say in a season and then take eight days off before they play a playoff game. That isn't fair you need to you need to really welcome the teams teams that won their division and put them in the best possible spot but if you make them wait a week before they get to play. I don't think that's fair. Wow Turkey right here with steven a radio. ESPN news fair enough. That game was something special last night at least the last couple of innings of soda to to to to Gino's keynote hit it to right field identify Grisham to commit that era. I gotTa tell you it was great to see how electric atmosphere was. How much did baseball Paul need particularly when we have just heard reports come down to how attendance drop but so like a six year low or something like that right well baseball can use all the health can get right now? It's still for me at least the greatest game and yet things are starting to slip a little bit and big game like that starting out like that in a city. That's like the biggest game the nationals of one well biggest game. A team in Washington is one baseball nineteen thirty three for goodness sake. That's what made it so good. That's why that celebration was so good and I'll crom tonight. Stephen Ain't no matter what happens this is gonna be a great night for baseball 'cause weighty. Did you see the Oakland Coliseum tonight with fifty thousand people in your they don't have the most fans in the world but the fans they have our rate and they are loud and it should be a tremendous atmosphere so this is a great jump start to the postseason in baseball last night in Washington and no matter what happens tonight tonight tonight in Oakland who you have when you look at tonight's game just evaluate this this match up to me between the as and Tampa Bay talk to me about you know who's looking good in mismatch in what well I like both teams. I'm GONNA pick I like it matters. I'M GONNA pick the as because they're at home. I'M GONNA pick the as Ashok MNAYA WHO's four no with a one twenty-one year as it's coming off the list has been great. Their bullpen is pretty darn good and they can just ask Mash Stephen a more than any team in the history of the Oakland A.'s in the franchise so they can really pounded but they're going up against Charlie Morton who was one of the best pitchers in the game this year. I saw his last start against your Yankees Steven A. and he he threw six scoreless. Let's see was completely dominant and if you throws like that he's GonNa win tonight. That's how good he was so this is a toss up game. I'll just take the as 'cause they gotta pick. Somebody and I'll take 'cause they're at home. You brought up my Yankee so let's get right to it because you know that's what I really really care about. Tim Kirk Okay. I'm very concerned earn. I am not concerned about the Minnesota twins even donate three hundred and seven home runs this year. I just think they're allergic to prosperity whenever their face against the New York Yankees the Houston Houston Astros are an entirely different matter with Verlaine with Cole Whitt Cranky. I don't see anybody beating. These guys. Talk to me about my yankees prospects. The this postseason Tim Kirk well first off. Do not look pass the twins. Even though I'm with you I believe will win. This series do not look past the team that can swing it like that. Team can second I think the Astros are the best team not just in the American league but in both leagues and I'm not sure how any team to navigate through those friends for you guys in the rotation especially coal and Burland at the top and I'm also going to tell you it's even a there or is hope that the Yankees can win the world series that make you really happy a bunch of things have to happen of course after mash like they always do the bullpen has to be great great like it always has been but Luis Severino comes back and give them five dominant innings. Can we've seen him do and if James Paxton this good he's one ten starts in a row. If Tanaka can give them one really good start or a few really good starts I think they are good enough to win the world series with the team that they have now but I still have them as the third best team in baseball go in behind the Astros and the dodge transitioned to the Los Los Angeles dodgers. They've got to face these Washington nationals in the LDS. How do you see that matchup handicap that for me well? I liked the dodgers in that matchup with the understanding understanding that if Max Scherzer can return to being the great Max Scherzer which he has not been since he came off the injured list is not he wasn't that guy last night. He wasn't that Guy September. If he returns to the best he's ever been with him. In Strasbourg Patrick Corbin they can give the dodgers a really really hard time with with that starting rotation and that lineup is very potent these days. I just think the dodgers are more complete team. They hit the ball out of the Ballpark ballpark with anybody. Three stars in the rotation are really good. My key question with 'em is is their back end to the bullpen as good as it needs to be Kenley Kenley Jansen get the people out. He needs to get out if he can't. They're not going to win the world series. How wants faiths the dodgers fans having jetson? I know I don't have much. I like the guy personally early but I I I don't. I don't trust him. I don't trust them a big spots. I think he can be hit. Talk to me about him. For a second yeah his is down his cuddled. It doesn't have the same movement to better tad in the past and that gives fans of pause. They do have some other health back there there but I really thought they'd go get more help at the trade deadline and they didn't so they're gonNA hope starting pitching and power is going to carry them and they're hoping pinged Kenley Jansen his best but I seen him much much better than he's been this year. What should we make about the fact that you've got high payrolls dodgers Yankees you know old? I don't know the order in which is the highest payroll. You would know that at this particular juncture but I must ask you Tampa Bay is in the postseason obviously lowest payroll in major league baseball well. I do believe I know that I mean how do you explain the fact that teams like the as in the Tampa Bay rays notoriously alot payrolls manage to get this fall and sometimes further dentist with the highest payrolls talked about that for a quick second as a protest. Why baseball is so great even a is that Lebron doesn't touch it on every possession? Kevin Durant doesn't touch it on every possession it is so much more of a eighteen game in its own way because you could lose a superstar and still be really good you have to draft and develop properly like the as and the rays done you have to play the game in a better manner because you can't afford to make a mistake because you know either in free agency or trade because it could set that you back with a raise did they. They got Austin Meadows and tyler glass now in a deal for Chris Archer Saint the whole team now they've ninety games two years in a row they they are really good but they're really 'cause they play the game even a defense base running better than most teams do instead of just sitting back saying well. We're GONNA hit a three run at home this morning so we don't have to do all the other things so. Let's get all of this out of the way right. Now Tim Cook while you're here with me. Yankees twins you. Have you have one in that series. I've got the Yankees over the twin yes with the warning. I say it again. Don't underestimate a team that hit over three hundred homers with the as as you picked as over the race tonight which means there as will go up against Houston obviously you pick in Houston to win that series assuming it comes down to that and the LDS correct yeah yeah but no cakewalk they're not against the as but I have the astros advancing against the how formidable on the Atlanta braves not mean I mean I mean at least in these parts. We talked enough about them. How good is this Atlanta braves team well? If Ronald Kunia junior and Freddy Freeman are completely healthy and they they want to finish the season they are the biggest threat to the dodgers in the National League for me. They're lying is absolutely relentless and with some of the pitching moves they made young and Old Dallas Cycle and the upgrades in their bullpen. I like that team. I don't like it as much as I like the dodgers but they can beat the dodgers with the team. They have right now so the nationals brightest moment was last night because you don't see them beating the dodgers correct I don't because they're going to start on the road. They've already use sure they're they've already Strasbourg people. They can get them back in time. I just don't think they held it too. I was worried shows a look tied at the floor four. Oh five in his last night I mean fifteen and won his last pitch and fit then it was I think it was at seventy seven pitches and he looked absolutely gassed. What does that about yeah? He's he's he's been hurt for portions of the year and he's had a little trouble getting that rhythm back in September and now in October and he is so max effort for on every single pitch when everything isn't working properly even he can get in trouble because almost nobody's better than him.
Case 125: The Angels of Wynarka & Belanglo
"The Korean Doha Hawaii's a one hundred seventy two kilometer long roadway that connects the South Australian Riverside Township of Murray Bridge with Loxton further north on the cusp of the state's border with Victoria largely desolate to highway cuts through expensive agricultural landscapes with several remote the houses in small towns dotted along the way including Tanaka situated one hundred five kilometers east of the capital city of allied when America's main straight off his little but a post office fire station and a public payphone plus the football and tennis courts nearby with a population of fewer than one hundred people. It's the kind of town where anything out of place is noticed by mid March two two thousand fifteen roadworks along a stretch of the Karoon to hallway two kilometers east of Wanaka were completed shortly afterwards. A lodge gray suitcase was started on the road saw it appeared as though it had fallen off a passing truck sun blazed stained and dirty from having bane exposed to the elements for an extended period of time the lawns brand suitcase caught the attention of multiple highway travelers with one stopping to investigate the gay upon partially emptying the bag behind Bush and realizing it contained soil children's clothing infested with insects. They disregarded the font and dragged the bag back to the road saw on Tuesday July. Fourteen two thousand fifteen a motorist traveling traveling down the hallway pulled over to relieve himself as he made his way into the thick bushland framing the saw the road he noticed an array of dirty into a children's clothing strewn under a patch of trees in front was the abandoned suitcase he crashed down to on zip the a case and rummaged through its contents himself noticing a small human Joel Bag
"tanaka" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"Of Mr Tanaka. there are people I think early age perfecting nobody G. T. Tanaka and the prince in ages they're in town for the show and he's just flew in from Japan he's here now he's getting a little jet lag would have him over to the venue for a walk through with his road manager and his security I don't know about this view book two groups. no idea what you're talking about I really do. the country in a mobile home T. T. get on the phone this is the promoter. nine T. T. ten again. yes everything screwed up I never did anything I am not no promoter we live in a mobile home and we just ordinary people I love Serena park people I don't know what somebody did a joke or something are you a singer also Sir were you the one who requested to do where are you wanted to them saying something for your wife was a special recall. I told you not here. miscommunication is because the man he is here in America and he's ready to do what he has to do. nine T. T. Tanaka yeah. I'm just going to put him in the van and come over right now Sir I'm you know you as soon. you're seeing the you don't have a traitor for him. where's he supposed to do dress state and where are. we we didn't do enough to Sir you have a show booked at your venue this week okay well I'll be there in an hour or so. you know was so that way you can finish paying us the money that you got a..
The Dodgers and the Yankees Are On A Collision Course
"Race to the best record in baseball is heating up the Dodgers are raised a three to two deficit in the seventh inning on Friday they would secure and eight to three comeback win over the Braves in Atlanta doctors had four home runs on the night meanwhile the Yankees held on for three to two win over the Indians Masahiro Tanaka won his ninth game of the season both LA or New York identical eighty to one forty two records the two clubs will face each other in a three game series in LA next weekend the ETS are in the thick of the AL wildcard race they picked up a big extra innings victory over Houston Robbie Grossman with a walkoff RBI single open now I have game behind Tampa Bay for the final wild card the rays lost to Detroit to nothing giants with Arizona ten to nine eleven innings as Mike describes he hit three home runs twins lead the Yale center by game and a half of the Indies up to be the Rangers forty three in the NFL pagers receiver Josh Gordon has been reinstated by the league is eligible to play in week one I'm
"tanaka" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Continues to do is easily readable one of the Yankees surprises this season G. O. or shell of the RBI single giving the Yankees a three one lead on the Indians in the fifth and a very solid outing in a milestone for Yankee starter Masahiro Tanaka Tanaka moving up the D. list passes Jack Chesbro number nine fourteen and Dave Righetti man up Ryan Rupe go the calls on the yes network Masahiro Tanaka gets his night when allows two runs over six different Yankees tied with the Dodgers for the best record in the majors both or eighty two and forty two your gadgets Cleveland three to two Erin judge two hits and two runs scored the win judge Jordan do you heat up after battling injuries Yankees manager Erin boon for him to get some results the smokes a model laughed smokes two balls are right one the one that ends up you know we end up catching and then work in a really good walk off the Cimber who's you know a tough tough it bad for right handed hitters I thought all righties in that inning data set the table we were able to push through but I thought the writing is that that's there and Georgie's to work the walk was big Yankee secure there twenty seven straight sees above five hundred last losing season nineteen ninety three as baseball season rolls along tuna today as Erin judge the Yankees owes the Indians resented by indeed coverage begins at twelve thirty PM eastern on ESPN radio and ESPN at Phillies used a six run ninth that included a Bryce Harper walk off grand slam to stun the cubs on Thursday night and Friday died Philadelphia opening up a three game series hosting San Diego in there they've got season signing delivering another clutch ship here's the pitch well not well his Myers he looks sports.
"tanaka" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Baseball
"That doesn't sound like fun but you know what is fun applies oh our new job i love it best nice all right the new newark pictures bad on wednesday jacob grime worst masahiro tanaka i think you were surprised by both as i was because no previous adding they were fine is what the graham has not been bad this year tanaka hats who who you more worried about about tanaka by all a lot for less yesterday morning you weren't at all worried about tanaka that is not true but you were recommending him and building blocks and you were using him in your fantasy league i assume and i had sat last week i made it very clear that building block that there was some risk involved in it and part of what i saw was that austin role mine was likely going to be as catcher that the yankees at noticed what fantasy hundreds dead that he's got like a tool for or had a 205 era working with him in his career and what happens yeah so what do you do now uh panic regret i know as we wanna tell our listeners eugenic yes absolutely not joe the second basement okay so here's the problem he's the ping pong pitcher now and i hate chasing the ping pong pitcher you're going to put him in for the bad starts and he's going to give you a good one on your bench and then you're gonna say up what i gotta start him and you're gonna start him and he's going to give you this and he's going to drive you crazy and until i see two or three straight good starts with the splitter is working as i raised a couple of weeks ago not doing it again he is on my bench.