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The Gravy Train

39:27 min | 1 year ago

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"Respect the taxpayers again and yes ladies and gentlemen we I'm from a focus group because everyone gravy train was counselors are spending too much money on coffees and Cook Visa Munches and baseball game tick in the polls for a few months he was punchline. The mayor was charged with being way too exciting champion of Torontonians he was an embarrassment yes I have some mm-hmm to an almost identical chunk of the same city learned about that I take my marching orders from the tax payers no when they jump very that are always love you reason heart with my mother to believe me after you've been in the problem and all of those things he should have been an example that democracy was changed the politics report he blazed the trail about down with the elites I'm I remember 'cause I worked in newspapers for fifteen years I was in a lot of newsrooms that didn't happen this election was shockingly quick surprise but it felt shocking people in the newsroom gasped win by the time he was elected rob had spent a decade on City Council never leave this city they had nothing but disdain for him so they so far that he has one this rates I certainly didn't see the rob Ford thing coming might be familiar with doesn't start on election night in twenty ten and of course it doesn't about this story because as insane as the story of Rob Ford might seem at times really matters so how did a man like Rob Ford End Toronto and Doug Holiday was about to run for mayor and he had a problem so I just I just got my glasses might phone her little jacket in case raids sixty two senior ran the business rob and his brother Doug worked there Corp last election signs some of them two by force them you'll realize this is the perfect origin story for everything that comes afterwards they could print a label that did it and actually he was able to print in a in a third color he six because Doug holiday walked in with a problem at the right time from words had bit the bug on politics I I heard that Doug Ford wanted to run provincially Doug Ford senior that was I think the first taste of politics for the fords and probably still in his twenties but anxious to try it himself an investigative reporter and he spent a lot of time digging into the tobacco history of herbs who were just kind of aimless drifting around looking for a spark it was a time when I think parents were like less on their kids but through a toabacco parking lots and plazas and all the really Lee slimmer and blonder and happier version of the red faced there's this one story that I've heard from someone who was present it was totally Egypt and the parents of a rich view student happened to be having a big party for it's football jacket extremely it was somewhat exclusive was supposed to be just for rich shoving and fighting the father like down the street that story really reminded me of his that was very telling that stubbornness the refusal to accept a rob decided to run for Toronto Council in Nineteen ninety-seven and he lost area for the province and who held the family purse-strings the powered his campaign sat down next to a whole bunch of newly elected left leaning our story really begins happily invited us over remember the first time you got to know him us going for lunch alone getting to know you kind of moments Gary Aus even by these slightly fake standards of a local politician he looks hi who will offer you home grown eggs from the chicken coop he keeps in his backyard way he was privately or a loan was very different than when he was can't speech what does that speech sound like wasting every city department is wasteful every so often talk about the message at the heart of his brand so the Free Casa Loma the free conservation the three TC pass Tom Minimum Savings of twenty to thirty million dollars tax payers money this in the infamous slogan would come was now also a counselor and Toronto and so he knew from back in a Toga what rob thinks he did announce was he was going to follow my lead and he was going to try to do some of me he simply paid for everything which I didn't think was the way to do it. You couldn't have bought enough advertising to ever accomplish what was accomplished because he spent in paper to bubble gum if they want to admit it but those expenses go on the public pocket you could then go through those records and take some pretty embarrassing answers and some of the waste that was going on some of it made interesting reading and some of the papers everyone used their expense budget and nobody weaponized it it was in the budget the First Time Matt Rob Ford I was with after I was elected in two thousand and three and rob should have been on Hertie she was a fiscal conservative she knocked off a longtime to invest in expensive transit projects and thousands of new affordable housing losing with filth so Miller was an easy target for a team rob was not really part of the opposition we had actually formed an opposition Zuma's as opposed to opposing David Miller recommending cuts to the watering we were just not paying attention to and he is to you know say my father would always tell obviously he had added tallied up my toxic expenses and he here's it was the sum total of all the taxes I'd taken in the year that they had added up and put act I didn't take a cab on new years so I did talk to his office and they did Committee meetings he believed in direct customer service so he gave out his phone I was brought up my dad's business and he said there's two rules and axiom approach to politics when they call me there's no such thing as I'm busy Josh drive around and meet voters one on one and like I said not then you know this is the meth they will conjure up there's a lot going on in his community so he had time to be visiting the city in everyone else's community the council be present at his meeting that he called for a community concern any concern for whether I actually could fit that into my schedule and then left the impression with a and her position was at the windows were not in accordance with the building code oh she called Rodford the weird magic of or that nothing really could be done and that was it what was it was only rob who could tell her but nothing else could be whereas if I said it can't be fixed and they would call that's the tell it like it is the famous thing about rob is that someone would phone them up and that's Gord perks he was and still is the counselor for a Western Toronto our mental activist as you may imagine from that introduction he was ideologically what rob would do is say you are right the system is Dan this is something that only those of us who were here in the building no he mm-hmm fixes to their problems he was profoundly lazy it wasn't just robs misunderstanding of government that bothered them there was another deeply racist sexist homophobic comments were frequently offensive and inflammatory and his words spence submission of an Italian counselor named Giorgio Mammal Lady in and it's yet another racist comments towards Italians in this place came and I and I would like to apologize to call I'm not a racist I did not say that especially for a counselor in a city like Toronto even fifteen years ago Toronto somehow it's very preventable if you're not doing needles and you're not gay you will in half an hour longer if I wanted to those oriented people work that is owning up to it because part of rob was not was being unwilling you know in fact just a an ordinary guy stating the facts not-i'm we're all comments that rob made publicly but perks who worked on council with in all of his interactions with women and the way he spoke to basically anytime that one of his sexist diatribes but we'll get to that story later for enroll that's just you know he was the man of the people is the persona rob adopted really did anything tangible except provoke condemnation it was a little mini scandal here's a good example he was kicked out of a rob is the man who the fuck he was many turned to the man's wife and said except it was later revealed that he'd been handing out his business cards to everyone sitting nearby there were a lot of apologies and eventually became obvious that his wife Renata and two young children had some serious issues after shocking allegations by his wife that led to criminal charges and as a result of consultation with the police he left the family home they stood by him they really liked rob he was a man of the it was very very serious offenses anytime you're dealing with the domestic situation one of the liberty and they really are no business of any of us I think the allegations against him are to conclusions too quickly that's my personal opinion and I think it will play out in the courts her into the counselors home life and rob went back to building his brand as a asked him this is one of those things that I mentioned at the beginning that might have seemed insane from can explain why some of the worst stuff to come out of ROB's mouth times he made sense if if you really listen to what he had to say the thing with rob from a common sense standpoint what needed to be done to manage the affairs of MM for other things like reading the agenda's been following the detail of board and it's because my number came up and his system somehow me and I saw yesterday you know like he but rob Ford's brand that inspired so many people it's why they the plainspoken regular guy the guy who had come on over to help politics and the way it works if you care about the bigger picture or Oh emotionally to rob Ford is selling because it must seem obvious absolutely none of his time fixing the things that can be fixed how frequently properties all the hard thorny problems that actually makes cities work rob tell people how great they were and that's what people liked it's not that he solved any of their the guy who tells you what you WanNa here's your friend and you WanNa have your friend in the mayor's I'm not joking the question of whether rob was an idiot Doug holiday is on one side and Gord perks is on the other two thousand and nine Rob Ford had pissed off basically all does he called them back and gone to see them his offensive comments and personal scandals made for great headlines He had been called a racist and he had been mostly absent and the actual day to day operations of the council were great so naturally when the calendar turned to twenty ten thought that this gentleman would be the mayor of the city of Toronto

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China To Give WHO Extra $30m Following US Freezing Of Funds

Newscast - Africa

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

China To Give WHO Extra $30m Following US Freezing Of Funds

"You're listening to the news at this hour. On Africa Business Radio China announced Thursday that it will donate about another thirty million dollars to the World Health Organization the global fight against the current virus pandemic. His comments come speak around after the. Us President ended. Who's biggest contributor said? It would halt payments to the UN buddy after accused of mismanaging the nineteen crisis. And that was the news at this time when business radio you can continue to listen life online at. Www Dot Africa business radio dot com offer amicable APP. Thank you for listening.

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How To Deal With Fear

The Playbook

09:57 min | 1 year ago

How To Deal With Fear

"The reason I do spiritual things different things is for two reasons one. I looked to see what risks there isn't doing it so you know my classic example is if you study unlike Aztec Culture in order to become an enlightened being you actually decapitation takes you to the higher state will the risk and that is a little too high for me so I'm not that spiritual. This is entrepreneurs. Playboy EGO is the fear of loss just in general. What's what's what's are truly greatest. Fear is the end because no matter what you think you can live your life in in how I deal with my greatest fear. The the end is the same way I deal with perspective like for me. Instance which is of being thankful for everything is much just a better choice than the alternative creative saying. I get to do something instead of I have to do. It is a simple choice. The end my perspective the the simple choices. There is no end right. I will continue on because the minute I take the other perspective even though it may be true. I can't prove it like I just don't like that in my perspective kind of bums me out that you know if my heart stops. That's the end of me. That's a great I fear right. It would change it. The fear would get greater and greater the older. I get and you know the the more my embodiment broke down and we get greater and greater but it's just a better perspective to have that there's better beyond when my heart stops right and so for fear anything anything that I'm afraid of I look for the positive perspective of it even though I can't prove it in other words. I put faith in what I want right. I put faith in what I want and I'm very conscious about when I put faith in what I don't want because if we put faith in what we don't want I promise you you're going to get what you don't want but I do. I put faith in what I want. I also feed that faith. What does that mean what I believe and I starve my doubts. Starve your fear people feed into the fear. That's just like going celebrating four five north when you WANNA go south. People feed read their fear obsess on it the feed it. They're putting faith in there and then they end up getting exactly what they're most afraid of might classic example for everyone one and everyone will shake their head. Yes is you're taking the test. You're studying and you're like oh my gosh. Please don't have the rules of perpetuity on this test. Please please no rules that perpetuity. What's always the first question on the test perpetuity. That's exactly what we do. In life put faith in what we're afraid of and and then it comes so my suggestion is when number one. We're aware of this fear meaning. This is ego. Why do I overeat fear but if I'm not aware of that's why but why do I eat healthy but overeat because I'm afraid I'm afraid that I'll be back. I get choked up talking about right now. I'm not going to have enough foods right that. I'm GonNa not die because I don't have enough food so in my psyche that unconscious competency. Oh Oh there's plenty for you. There's more than enough even though I know there's plenty so I think you know fighting that with perspective and knowing what that fear is and you know one of the tricks that I do. This is really do think I do some super spiritual stuff and the reason I do spiritual things different. Things is for two reasons one. I looked to see what risks there isn't doing it so you know my classic example is if you studied like Aztec culture in order to become an enlightened being you actually decapitation takes you to the higher state will the risk in that is a little too high for me so I'm not that spiritual but like I wear my bracelets for healing reasons and the they have very little risk than people might think those are ugly but it works for me the second thing right. No risk works for me. I trace calligraphy. He's no risk. It works for me so one of the things I do for the fear. It works for me. Try it out. See if it works for you when I'm afraid of something I the go-to by myself I close my eyes and I actually envisioned myself going into my own body and I look for myself and I find myself else somewhere heart stomach different places in my body and I'm always a different age so I might find myself at five in my stomach and so I'll talk to myself. What are you afraid of think to myself. Well what happened. When I was five. My Dad left right so there's always always a reason of what aides considering what I'm afraid of that time so then I'll ask myself. What are you afraid of. I'm afraid I'm responsible still get 'cause. I know it's according my energy. I get choked up. You know it's not that I'm just a big baby which I am but I actually just in touch with my core right like that's why I cry onstage in the videos but in me still like I still at five years old. I'm still afraid that my dad left. Why I'm the responsible then I'm responsible for my mom. I'm knocking how can happen off right got to provide my siblings. My mom guilt top so I talk to myself. All the time at five in my stomach is okay. You got plenty. You'll have enough. You got what it takes. You'll be fine. I tap the myself and even though I've done on this for years I still get choked up talking which tells me emotionally. I still have that energy right energy and motion within me so what's IT GONNA do. It's GonNa Project itself into other things that I do. You know one of the things I worked on that I found through the energy is that and I didn't believe the person that taught got me this. They said I carry the energy. That was stupid. You know they come on like. I don't think I'm stupid at all and she said No. You don't in fact you're projecting your unconscious competency that that you're not enough intellectually in so what you do is you surround yourself with people that are less less intelligent than us so you feel smarter. You Project an arrogance of being smart. There's all these things that are manifesting fear because you carry this energy that you are not intellectually capable and so we kind of did the same thing and I found out when I was little my grandma would babysit me 'cause my mom worked two jobs and and I'm super hyperactive as a little kid and my siblings were sit down and study and calm and so I tell my grandma I'm bored right and she consistently imagine consistently persistently every day telling me only stupid people get bored. Smart people think things to do only stupid people get bored so so in my energy and in my mind every time I was bored which happens a lot when you're a little kid. What do you think I'm stupid. Then I have hyper intelligent siblings at all get Ivy League scholarships and straight as and right. I'm playing sports and liking girls and you know trying drugs and doing fun things and they're studying making me look bad but in my psyche right on the low end of the gene pool so I- evolved into energy and unconscious competency that intellectually I'm not enough which which causes me all these problems because I won't what people that think they're stupid won't what is the biggest tragedy of all of them. They won't ask for help. Anybody asked me why I lost all my money because I didn't ask for help. I made one Batson and didn't ask for help. Editing the Astra help could accelerate everything that I ended that the time just by asking people that have been there before like I have now been through four cycles of the economy and fifty one. I've seen the in the down four times. I know how you can make money on the down and how to make money on the I knew how to save. I know how to leverage myself and I'm still asking for help. In when the next dip happens I'm going to go to the experts. The experts including Warren Buffett and I will find his number. I will find someone that knows him and I will get in front of him and tell him you're going to mentor me. I'm going to be concise. GimMe your cell phone when I need help with a quick question. You're GonNa answer it for me because I'm going to do anything you want me to do that. I'm capable bull. Does that sound fair I will because I know he'll say yes. It's just a matter of me finding the number of where he's going to be or what he's going to do and get in front of him which I will do but now the next time the market goes down. I'm going to have what I think is the best economic genius of our time with years of experience to tell me. Oh you got thirty million dollars Dave. This is what I would would do with it. Okay thank you. Why should I guess that guy seems to be a lot smarter about this kind of thing I am. He cut his studies at every day since since he's been like sixteen eighty six or ninety now. I think he knows a lot but think about how it all manifested itself. What is stupid people people do. They don't ask for help because they're afraid they'll be exposed for what they really are. That's how you deal with your fear away but also also just the perspective way and that's a key to life on a personal note. I just wanted to thank everyone for making the playbook such a success. Don't forget to continue it by sharing subscribing and listening to your favorite episodes this day Meltzer with the playbook.

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Norwegian Air Shareholders Back $1 Billion Rescue Plan

Newscast - Africa

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Norwegian Air Shareholders Back $1 Billion Rescue Plan

"You're listening to the news at this time on Africa. Business Radio Apes Billion Dollars said ahead of it's meets in that it had won strong support from aircrafts lessons for its plan now. H. An asset lesser now willing to convert at least seven hundred thirty million dollars of debt into equity up from five hundred. Fifty million dollars and talks are ongoing possible for the conversion it's sent significance contributions from less as and bondholders. The company Expects Converts More Than Ten Billion Crowns in debts equity. That was the news at this time. On Africa Business Radio. You can't continue to listen live online at. Www Dot Africa business radio DOT COM OF OUR MOBILE APP. Thank you for listening.

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France cries foul as Sanofi says US to get virus vaccine first

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00:33 sec | 1 year ago

France cries foul as Sanofi says US to get virus vaccine first

"The junior economic minister of France says it would be unacceptable for the French drug giant. Sanofi so not to give the US early access to any cove nineteen vaccine at develops Sanofi CEO. Suggested America would be first in line because it pumped thirty million dollars into the research. The CEO says Europe needs to step up its vaccine investments dozens of current and former world leaders signed a letter today urging the World Health Organization to make sure any corona virus vaccine is not patented and is shared among all nations.

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575: Law of Polarity - Turning Objection into the Reason to Purchase - Mark Maurer

Daily Sales Tips

02:47 min | 10 months ago

575: Law of Polarity - Turning Objection into the Reason to Purchase - Mark Maurer

"You're listening to the daily sales tips podcast and I'm your host Scott Ingram. Today's tip comes for Marc Mauer mark as the all time sales leader for the diamante. San Lucas he's great at creating quick rapport and trust and has converted over thirty million dollars in one time face to face meetings. He's also the author of master of the Sales Universe Curious Hi Mark Mauer here author of master cells. The universe. Tip for you for today. and. It comes from the chapter of the law polarity law clarity says that everything that exists comes with polar extremes. Like size big to small so. The way we can use the law of polarity in sales. One way is to use it, and a great example is right now during this whole pandemic and shutdown situation. Is that the thing that your customer has, an is an objection you can actually use the law of polarity and switch it and make it the reason which they should be buying. So for example. There are many companies who are making adjustments to create more compelling situations to attract more customers whether it's lowering prize or changing benefits for features, and so you can take those types of sales heroes in, take them out of your clever and use them in an appropriate way. So for example, if you've got your customer, they're saying, well, you know this isn't really a good time because of the Cogan, you can actually switch that around and say actually right now is the very best time to buy my product because of that reason. So you can use that for any objection that comes up you know whether it's you know you're selling timeshares and they say, well, you know we just don't go in a lot of vacations. Well, that's exact reason why you should be doing this so you would be able to go and enjoy your life and go on more vacations. So whatever the objection is, we can turn it around when we. Understand how to apply the law polarity. Hope that helps and gives you a little bit of something to think about today you can learn more about mark at daily sales dot tips forward slash five, seventy, five, and there. You'll find the link to purchase his book master of the Sales Universe where you can learn how to apply natural laws effectively to increase sales mastery and further create success in your sales career. Once you've check that out be sure to come back tomorrow for another great sales tip. Thanks for listening.

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South African Banker In Corruption Scandal Gets 10 Year Jail Sentence

Newscast - Africa

01:34 min | 9 months ago

South African Banker In Corruption Scandal Gets 10 Year Jail Sentence

"The affiliate podcast shares, the stories of multifaceted Africans one episode at a time the podcast aims to uncover the untold stories of modern and millennial applicants based in various parts of the world. Each episode gives listeners an opportunity to learn and experience conversations that showcase who they are and global perspectives in our ever changing world fish also listen and subscribe to the Athlete podcast on spotify or wherever you listen to your favorite podcast. You can also follow at athletes podcast an all social media platforms. Listening to the news at this, our on Africa Business Review, the former chief financial officer of a South African Bank that collapsed after a huge corruption scandal has been jailed for ten years. Philip truter pleaded guilty to fraud and money laundering among other charges his former employer, v B, s mutual bank collapsed in twenty teen. A Central Bank report says dozens of back executives and politicians were accused of stealing one hundred, thirty million dollars in scam that stretched from impoverished rural villages. All the way to the upper echelons of government troopers is the first conviction to follow the scandal several others including the see you are still on trial. The News at this time. Africa Business Radio. You can continue to listen live online at www Africa business radio, DOT COM or fire. APP, I'm really thanks for listening.

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Californias cap-and-trade program pays for clean water fund

Climate Connections

01:30 min | 10 months ago

Californias cap-and-trade program pays for clean water fund

"Doctoring Analyzer wits and this is climate connections. Under California law everyone in the state has a right to clean and affordable drinking water. But many disadvantaged communities still rely on contaminated water either from private wells or public water sources. Groundwater in the Central Valley in California has been highly polluted and it's running through old and dilapidated infrastructure getting to people's taps. Susannah Donda is co-founder of the Community Water Center and environmental. Justice organization she says Industry and Agriculture contribute to the problem runoff from fertilizer can cause high nitrate levels which pose health risks and excessive pumping during droughts can cause arsenic to accumulate in groundwater. But relief is in sight last year California passed a law establishing fund for safe and affordable drinking water using money from the state's cap and trade program. It allocates up to one hundred and thirty million dollars to solutions each year for a decade this money is also going to be available not only to just public water systems that are not meeting safe drinking water standards, but it's also available for people on domestic wells on private wells. So Donda says, it's an important step toward California's goal of clean water for all. Climate connections is produced by the Center for Environmental Communication to hear more stories like this visit climate action's Dot Org.

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Gemini Man - Movie Trailer Reviews

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32:24 min | 1 year ago

Gemini Man - Movie Trailer Reviews

"Welcome to the PODCAST. You're hosts Chris here Brandin of Roast Duck and traffic she may or may not meet any we're here to do review the movie of the Year Gym Man and over the hill hitmen faces okay so did the trailer look good on my did this trailer look good did younger will Smith I am just baffled by the people who were going into this film thinking that some healthy were getting went out ten reasons why film is terrible number one the cover looks drake's nothing was the same wait hey more power to support the men and everything he does get that money but at no point should anybody who is putting money out for this good film why are we here I thought we were all on the same page of this this is just another Wilson of Cast uh-huh did it did it did they actually look great though or did you see and featuring will Smith and Mary want stayed in Clive Owen in the siege I did he looked good she was like no not really then now ask me the question home be going into thinking they're getting a good film thought we had an understanding here this is not going to be good she was like so how was it she sent me a little I am so I walked over to her office and I looked at her and she was like so how was the movie told her you saw the trailer right she was like Yeah Smith gets maximum face with a motorcycle and when that looks cool and that was it was that really enough of action to think to think that was going to be a cool movie like so here's the thing that several people Amoco worker she came and asked me a real like we saw the movie on Tuesday she asked me Let me see another Roy I'm looking at this all hero skin is the movie good deal I think the movies good I've had people some people go I thought it looked good I think to the to the more Tuesday's he was like you gotTa let me know how Jimmy Man is I look at it was like okay came into wins so I keep going number five this grip was originally written in Nineteen ninety-seven Oh God elite his tongue double that you can see some time when the when the when the CG don't work number two reason it is this is bad clive Owen isn't it actor but Jesus Christ ever I don't ever want to hear the word Clive Owen joining the Marvel Universe Nigga Clarice Babbel B. in cover looks better than the cover for this movie and it's essentially the same cop I think they use younger will Smith as the as the the which one gun point down one gun point now when will young what is is all David this is the Disney film of Twenty Eight. I'M GONNA I'm Gonna I've never done this before so I get to Mary Elizabeth winstead over Tatyana Mas- Lonnie for film about a clone listen seriously good in our club Owen is the U. Bowl of actors dog like don't put him in your film 'cause is not going to be good it is they chose Mary again I I have like I have an attraction to Mary Elizabeth winstead since like Scott Pilgrim I've always thought she is like I'm Clive Owen is just he is a fucking virus I don't you can you can tell me about children and man all you want to films amazing but name other films Clive Owen unle films do you though name them do you do you don't give me the one about a tiger because that's the only one life oh pie what you know what though this feels like a nineteen ninety seven film though exactly that's the only one well life apart in cross tiger hidden dragon a he got he got no Stature K. Oh you know what I think they use the script from nineteen ninety-seven which somebody must have left in a box and it must have rained and it must have soaked the script because I don't think they had one I want to his directed by angrily ono no no no no that was another one of mine people are going but but it's a film I like her but still no more reason another I don't know what number we all but another reason originally attached this film Harrison Ford I was just like do nineteen ninety seven will he was like Independence Day now before that okay you'll be when I didn't have nothing okay six degrees of separation me no no no going to be shoot 'em up good okay Clive Owen is not too great actor about away but man tanks fill look love him Chris Oh Donald you don't even know who Chris O'Donnell's anymore Chris O'Donnell Mel Gibson. Jon voight Nicholas Cage Brad Pitt Tom Cruise Clint Eastwood Arnold Schwarzenegger off because the CG don't work okay originally the younger version of this will Smith Film was was supposed to be I was taught in running for this yes yes I will say this one of the one of the positive I have for this film I did appreciate that was is your nigger nigger reason number let let's just start at seven reason number seven they're bragging about an attractive white woman I like her I like her attitude to even after combinator but I like I think she's you forgot about that one but y'all chose Tame been bending bans character no no no mayor's here Danny I appreciate the fact that they make her like some Damsel the larger image of this on on IMDB I'm the one who I am DB the media the media ones different all bad it's all choppy we didn't have enough frames do slow motion and two thousand five can what was able to like hold her own I appreciate them doing that but when you tell me who else they they were gonna gas for that it's like what were you thinking and I love her contrast and color is blue one is orange like everything about this is basic terrible go go look go look at the one on IMDB I swear that's actually that's gotta be shook of fuck up no who the fact that this film was shot in one hundred twenty per second you get to see all hundred twenty frames a second of not will Smith's face melting rich one hundred and seventeen that is three minutes short of two hours a real cry somebody somebody asked me at work when they found out I saw it they say so they will get paid twice absolutely abso fucking Sologne Sean connery the first nigger attached to it that's the way they make it with that was concept is is always Smith is our robot will smith trying to kill independence day fresh prince what's the running time it is -pletely CDI compeletely legally nichols supposed to be fighting a cartoon dog because we talked distressing that she actually said she wasn't just some paper pushing for is my first time out in the field you know type of aging and that she literally came a two hour I need to kill my Cologne film. Ti Album and slow motion for for films at the same time yeah that's how recent is career to repair this as nineteen ninety five is the first time they actually let jet Li like besides Romeo must die I think it was the first time the actually let jet Li's speak English in a film but it really wasn't him okay I'm telling you right now it's going to be a marvel film it looks like a De Ville like don't do it third reason that this has a lot of people who come after me for this but John Take a well-known Asian actor by the name of Jet Li did a film just like this and it was called the one literally was writing Himself Nineteen Ninety seven yeah you remember CGI was like one thousand nine hundred seven you know we I want you to go back and watch any film for like two thousand five and look at the slow motion literally got paid three another reason that you noticed this film is bad looking at the film it's called Jim Monogamy look at the like it's not like they didn't have other films to base this on like if you look at this new go from job dog it's kind of stupid concept is it though because I feel like another reason that this film is bad the budget is one hundred and thirty seven one hundred no no no at this it's like you could have done something similar very similar to what they did with the winter soldier it really is exactly what it looks like in the trailer humaid that fill in nineteen ninety-five you absolutely would have had shocked car as the agent fucking hit man they would have a year rubbed wait a little Mary clap admitted Dick that's the real heist film that's real ridiculous you're at that point you have seen it both of them are such bad ass assassins that you you kinda get sucked into it the way you get sucked into like Tom but immediately they revealed a will smith that he's fighting young will Smith that was when I knew they didn't understand what they had like I get it to audience are we already tastic on acid it is ridiculous but they had us with will Smith filed will Smith and all of us kept joking about will smith a white dude's voice over him and motherfuckers approaching me hail he says Shit like I'm nobody's bitch and he starts roundhouse everybody I was like bigger and guess what film versus Will Smith Tears and we were completely in on this concept all they had to do was delivered action you can't tell me we'll sniff can't do an action movie boys Oh you spoil the whole movie and the Church was about away y'all they did not spoil the whole moving trailer because the third acted this shit is a rubbery fuck fest it is Mr the good parts it looks the whole motorcycle seen in a trailer the rooftop motorcycle changes JC versus or him on the fence versus wheel on the ground. All it is to be fair it can overshooting the Soom but you're right the the opening this phone up to right after end of that that first confrontation it reminded me of the seat the first time that we cap and winter soldier fight on the rooftop and he catches cap she'll I'm like doll this is this should be the whole field fucking assassins in the world he knows how but who else could that be clearly me and then they make you seated he sees him demanded going like maybe I was wrong maybe it was wrong at the moment that they need the first time Arroyo by this can do action films I actually think the motorcycle action scene is misleading as fuck because while there are parts of it that look and from there I can't explain to you how will Smith have survived this long as an assassin because I don't think he makes a smart he oh you just listen that was a one thousand nine hundred ninety seven list though that really was that was a nine hundred seventy five to nineteen ninety seven list that is a question or it's not even Benedict Wong ask a question in this film that we was asking for ninety minutes and Nayyar Talking Shit to each other I was like why is will Smith still trying to figure out who this is that sounds exactly like him and is using his cruise in mission impossible movies their little white mansion survived this long but somehow he just bad enough to do it and we can't wait to see him right like you get sucked into it and then finally Benedict Wong asking and never just will Smith thank Wilson's character even drug this question arbiter and his lingo has inflections has his character has his sarcasm like this dude is supposed to be the best assassin in the world he's supposed to be one of the smartest I was I just didn't understand it did they had everything here to actually make a good as action film and I actually think the chemistry between I feel like the field they handed it off to somebody else to finish it it just goes to shit it correct his drives down this shit dog Mary Elizabeth winstead and Benedict Wong and will smith and even and even moments with clouds owens works the guy was like yo you clap Owens's Shen is actually pretty good I like you make your jokes you have your moments but like you're actually like you know what maybe I'm not GonNa lie I was I was sitting in August younger himself dredge by ang-lee starring will Smith co-starring Will Smith has to be a villain which I won't let him be villain for real the won't let him do a lot of villain shit by the author's exposition this all this talking is she doesn't want so we on that cushion of one thousand nine hundred seventy but there are other films you mentioned before you're talking about Lee was fucking autumn other Demille jet Li Joe Joe into that movie where he does the thing tight although Haile spinney eighty round Kickin niggers and I'm like I'm like can we can we can we watch that movie with the what don't give me startling I think the one dad you mean when I didn't have nothing yeah you want me to do I print out on now TV okay what you do but I'm Gonna I'm GonNa do something here comes young will as long as the other one is his loss tapes. Don't don't do it number four Jerry Bruckheimer listen I I go this one ago okay well nobody said the word Yoke Evil walking in and that's when it goes downhill there's all they do now there's a spoiler this whole thing of that Cleveland character raise the clone on some weird thing that's going on none of it makes any sense which comedy within itself he literally is white master in this film as a slave like right clearly will smith's voice right and it's older Wilson his voice to it's not a younger will smith voice what they did was they told they told all man Will Smith too I don't believe I'm saying they did not take it seriously enough like it's like he's an empty vessel of a person like this is well happen if you call on people they'll have no real emotions and the face of the not the version of him so they're so terrible I'm talking Henry cavill must it's father didn't tell me that when you had me going after my mark that he would be so scared these moments when you have will Smith you know himself walking next to or talking face to face with the camera pullback or zoomed up into the all were so good though is number one is the action keep the action going in there certain things like honestly national like a list able to Imo actors in our whole era of cinema there's no reason that young will smith should sound like this film I feel like for film that is about a do trying to kill his clone who is as good as him if not better seriously they did not take seriously did not give him a name they are all of all of the all of the revisionist history buff and that's the horror like genetically all of our basketball players have really been engineered to win the switch flips they will flip on their own they could Dunkin the first buck and place if that became a joint appeal film I'll be like Yo we are going to see it and I people and start killing everybody and no use their superpower to do it which is just being a better more proficient human being the rest of us which is there are times when you're watching the younger will smith talk and you're like things will match up you say that he sounds the same I also missing mustache in justly terrible like there there there are just certain times for and that's why I laughed so hard when you say it was one hundred and thirty million dollar fucking budget because walk like a young talk younger town immature and what it what it ends up sounded is like like you said a voice that is distant the reason why the first John Works and actually even the third one and I had my issues with the second one even though that was the one they do we'll roll an action film well no they didn't they started going down that route and you can see all the sudden they pull it back and they start trying to tell a story that again wrote and I feel like I have not trained hard enough and this is coming from wheel fucking Smith he's one of the most charismatic Oh shit right all of the Youtube video essays y'all couldn't find somebody who could pull a character from a novel or or a moment the product of a Jordan peele twilight zone film this falls the third film is white people raising colored men super soldiers also that kind of an inside joke for club owens character really just adding to his bill and Hillary or his villainy couldn't do that you named him the problem with the I had a problem voice because it feels almost like a disembodied voice at some point so no no tony it sounds like him aw junior they couldn't even get is nigger a real fucking name that's the type of Shit I mean when I say they didn't take this film Sir there little moment I think there's one a couple of seen in the motorcycle fight as good as is where you can literally see that that is not the CG that is not Wilson that clearly darker skinned because they for some reason they didn't call the right people to do the CD for this his character can't a stunning double there and they just they missed it they missed it they misses an editing editor that shit out they didn't say oh we got to they use missed it Torri bet was selling themselves as one person to somebody but actually was somebody else and give him that name as some type of symbolism in meaning and you know as as as as a young child a grew up like so he's he's a clone yes but he should have the film was so bad it's still is cost one hundred thirty million dollars to make it is projected to do twenty four to twenty nine million senior you touch on something that that that also got me so one you're right we'll switch clone oh real charisma even even know they have he has Wilson Tears at a point in his film or we he talks to club on wins this supposed to be a heated discussion they're dumb things they do because they get away from the limitations of what they have and the action and they wanted to have these exposition so like this in his wife who battle way one hundred and thirty million dollar budget y'all couldn't pay somebody to come up with a better name for this his name in the young clone will Smith's name in the field emotion and I can go with the idea of all well they made a mclane supposed to be but but no he was raised by cleavers he was raised for sixty million dollars. There's no excuse there's definitely not an excuse for us to be getting CGI footed Eh people are dead silent film like this comes out or losing this guy who just revealed that are so fucking terrible nobody says anything like are these films she actually trained to be able to control them dogs and do them fight scenes and you know what it was amazing and then I see this bullshit ain't coming in from China if ain't coming from Indonesia you know I'm not touching it I'm not touching the dog stop tricking me into watching back to the action care about these really emotional right now but a good but you're saying one of the other problems with the junior character is that they're almost rugby riffing off each other because both of them naked is too old to be doing action scenes and I know Marty doing fuck action scenes and will smith just it looks like it came from the opening scene and blade to absolutely not blade came out twenty some years ago are we really doing this I want every time you see stuff like that I just want you to remember Ryan Reynolds did deadpool and I can tell I tell you I'll tell you this much I hope the only reason unique going to see bad boys for life is because will Smith and Martin Lawrence will be wouldn't ruining cinema when you give one hundred and thirty million dollars Ingley to make this trash is that ruining cinema my where's where's where's the articles about it here's our they're perfect like they're like that's that's when that's when again not saying they were because it was also like at this point we were just like killing her this show emotion outside of the tears I mean they you don't you don't you ain't got you can't see G and you can see G William of tears that would just will smith and also I mean no but to no no no no when I see people when I saw people getting excited about you know a bad boys movie my he's supposed to be fighting it's all CGI Dominica's he did not want to fight he did not want to throw a punch for real his thing cannery uses for years older in actors who don't actually want to commit to learn how to fucking fight fighting films John Legit man it don't make no fucking cystic Kiana res been out here work his ears you can't hold onto your bag we'll potatoes for the fall starts coming but yeah I just in people like Ingley directors like Ingley hundred thirty million dollars to make make trash like this where where where is that where where where where where where are we going to Oh but if you got fighting the film and it ain't got actors from one from one of the Asia's I'm not messing with you like if it the people that are there and talk about how a Combo films immoral films are ruining cinema and you

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Dying to Be Normal w/guest Brett Krutzsch 09.10.2019

RADIO GAG - The Gays Against Guns Show

26:03 min | 1 year ago

Dying to Be Normal w/guest Brett Krutzsch 09.10.2019

"Good evening everybody on welcome to Radio Guy. WBAI radio GAG has brought to you by gays against guns and it is your weekly radio gag the gays against guns show prepared a gay the gun industry and the NRA with cash your ap or funds the an or a as we like to say and in Texas the he purchased a semi-automatic ar fifteen through a private sale for gun sold through licensed firearms dealers gun shows for example are exempt on this so called requiring hand gun buyers to undergo a background check was associated with forty percents decline in gun homicides and a fifteen percent drop in suicides gun show loophole allows the sale of firearms to unlicensed residents of the same state without a background check over ninety percent of Americans Support Matt who went on a shooting spree last week in Odessa turns at purchased his gun to spice having failed a background check in two thousand fourteen because of a serious mental health issue wrestler background checks in terms of effectiveness at twenty fifteen study published in the American Journal of Public Health Fan that a Connecticut Law and Actors Nine Hundred Ninety five does this week to have Dr Brad Crunch in this show with me Hi Rush Hi thank you for having me you're very welcome Brad is a scholar and author teaches as we reported here in the past has Democrats passed hate or eight the bipartisan background checks act up twenty nine thousand nine on the twenty seventh of February ain't directly into this because we are working at to let everybody know about Wells Fargo who are the Bank of the NRA Wells Fargo more than any other bankers propped up trump received in excess of thirty million dollars from the NRA for his presidential bid while McConnell personally has received one point two six million and or contract into gun companies this order hopefully have impact not only in the stage was set a standard for either states follow one of gays against guns means main going to the roofs of the entire firearms economy by investigating how financial institutions that the stakes work with overseas its investments in stopped safety policies such as background checks there will become the first state to take such strong action against the Firearms Industry New Jersey's alone spends over the NRA mustards its considerable wealth an organizational strength to promote gun ownership and incite gun owners to acts of violence the NRA spreads propaganda many in the Gun Violence Prevention Movement as Massacre Mitch has refused to bring the bill to the floor for over six months claiming that Donald Trump refused to sign us nations meanwhile this week officials in San Francisco designated the NRA at a mystic terrorist organization a resolution passed unanimously executive order to attempt to curb gun violence in the state New Jersey now intends to stop doing business with gun manufacturers and retailers that fail sales of short barreled rifle ammunition which is also used in hunting rifles in addition Walmart and handgun ammo sales and all its stores that misinforms and aims to deceive the public about the dangers of gun violence and the leadership promotes extreme positions into finance of the views of the majority of its members and the public undermines general welfare the NRA has been at the center of high intention scandals in recent months as horrific acts of God uh-huh continued to impact the country currently New York attorney Latisha James is investigating the group's finances over its tax exempt status as a non is year which would require all firearm says be tracked through licensed dealers of course majority leader Mitch McConnell nabbing dubbed Harry Firearms in their stores citing several instances of open carriers coming to stores following the passer shooting shortly afterward is an answer the supermarket chain Kroger's ask customers to also refrain from opening carrying guns in stores at spark similar actions by CVS walgreens and the WAGMANS grocery chain chill laws the governor's executive order seeks to take the gun industry make the gun industry responsible for guns bought in other states so they buy stemming the that group and then yesterday the NRA Kanter Sioux city of San Francisco because their degree and gun sales urban voters in addition to expanding background checks as per the has hr eight bill other key reform proposals would include supporting red flag or others advocates these laws would have prevented the park massacre among others currently seventeen states including New York on the District of Columbia locks by the gun lobby and their Capitol Hill allies many members of Congress have suggested that the timing may be different now many Republican representatives are feeling that he chips with gun manufacturers and sellers New Jersey pays more than one billion dollars in bank fees alone every year and through this order they're basically Manam Asleep by the city's board supervisors and hope that the NRA's activities fall under the Justice Department's definition of terrorist activity at reads and handgun sales in stores in Alaska which is the last station which it still sells them the companies also respectfully requesting that gun owners refrain from open the members of Congress returns to Washington from recess a gun safety advocates are hoping that gun reform proposals will be under consideration what previous demands for gun reform have gun violence prevention advocates have welcome these steps but cautioned that much more to be done citing the fewer guns in fewer hands leads to fewer gun NYU and is here to talk to us about his new book yes dying to be normal normal great so we are going to talk seven hundred fifty million on weapons for their own law informed enforcement and other state agencies and while New Jersey has some of the country's strictest gun ah length action by that a super super interesting taxed and just recently published Oxford University press correct excellence we are going to quit violent crime continued to fall Congress could also address gun violence through budgetary means the has recently allocated fifty million dollars jets none of the retailers have banned guns and their stores completely even though legal expert says that this is something they could easily do awesome fatalities for Americans and a particularly striking example of the authors calculated that gun violence research receives zero point seven percent of the federal funding we go sell go through the convince Prevention News folks we have a ton to report on actually this week because a lot is happening and on UNBELIEV- failure to support reforms could have them out of a job comes the next elections one prominent party donor said last month it could mean their extinction with critical potent laws that is extreme risk protection orders these laws allow courts to temporarily seize legally own guns from people who pose an imminent threat to themselves giant Walmart but soon stopped selling handgun ammunition and some semiautomatic rifle rounds in a statement Tuesday the retailer said it will end in the decade after it lapsed deaths from mass shootings that resulted in six or more deaths jumped three hundred and seventy four percents even as over flag laws in place reinstating the assault weapons ban is also central to gun safety demands the ban was in place from nine hundred ninety four to two thousand and four in two thousand seventeen a research letter published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that gun violence with the least researched among the top thirty gun violence research in contravention of a nine hundred ninety s era budgets writer known as the dickey amendment which puts a federal moratorium on funding gun-related resear- flow of illegal guns into New Jersey additionally the states when now put pressure on financial institutions that do business with Jersey about the relation support life that we've lost this week are in Memoriam is for Bailey reefs Saturday evening Northeast Baltimore Bailey Reeves this week grated here of advances coming from New Jersey of course in the news as well this week has air from gun Americans shooting each other on Americans shooting themselves so that is the news I'd respect not just one on the cover of magazines but we are in the streets when we were poor when we are sex workers when we can't afford so and Dies Bailey was an house and prior to Black Trans woman the eighteenth to be murdered this year alone community members gathered on Mation of American sexual politics looks at how LGBTQ activists turned particular people into martyrs as a political like other weeks some of this is actually really good news. We're GONNA start with something that just happened today actually New Jersey Governor Phillip Murphy Today signed I do a candle to hold a vigil for Balian celebrate her life also to send a message that enough is enough I A- dominance of the LGBTQ urge you to look for India Moore's speech online it is very powerful and yeah which many gun violence prevention advocates claim allowing the CDC and other researchers to study gun violence as a health crisis is key to tackling the epidemic head on of into our memorium are more debts from gun violence are in Memoriam something that we that we play here every week pays homage honor that's research does despite killing roughly the same number of Americans every year that number is forty thousand Americans dying every muscled mark as martyrs but also in particular how religion shapes much of this and who the broader public cares about when it comes resorts their freedom to exist by being visible however instead of being celebrators they're punished for US trans people deserve safety acknowledgment we've retired or what we can get access to a hormone shot and especially when we are dying so I would definitely you know right for best magazine cover of the year more call to end the epidemic of violence against transgender women and a powerful speech just like me these women did loop Baltimore Safe Haven said Reeve's death reminds us yet again that Black Trans women are being left behind others in the queue movement make progress from ABC Tq people including TV show pose stars Dominic Jackson and India more more broader photo of Raves to the fashion media awards on Thursday where they're working on the queer activists subconsciously or deliberately aligning themselves with religious doctrine are with a religious practice right we are sick and tired of being sick and tired girls being forced to live in the streets and they are dying weaves murder has brought an high pouring so now we are going to chat with Brash yes and like I said at the start of the show we the ways in which not only race but class and gender and gender conformity shape why certain people became six is the first LGBTQ person whose death immediately ignites national outrage where straight people who had never talked to Brett Crutch in the studio scholar and author who has just recently published his book dying to be normal so welcome again Brash thank you so Thomas Twenty Left Bailey at the party I went down an hour later he got the call to come to Johns Hopkins Hospital Bailey had been shot in the is to queer people and so the book makes an argument about how religion shapes who we tend to care about and y yeah yeah no it's a fascinating read you care about Matthew Shepard this college student who was murdered nine hundred ninety eight and when I was doing my research article after early highlighting as we always want to hear also radio guy can work with case against guns this epidemic events against Trans Women really been involved in gay political issues and who had not really been concerned about the mass number of AIDS deaths really seemed Piscopo alien students so we knew right away that he wasn't just gay he was committed Christian in practicing Protestant and that played out in many ways it really is somebody who grew up in a very religious country in Ireland's some of our listeners may detach from my grown fascinating an unexpected in many ways right I think so I think the common image is someone like Mike Pence who is religious mainstream I guess in the early late sixties early seventies in a way rice well there are many people who say that it's aids that really brought is there were not nearly as successful people like FC Martinez who many listeners may not have heard of and the book considered shepherd as a good Christian made him a safe more relatable gay person yes so that the you know when we so we're talking strategy to promote greater acceptance and so the book looks at cases where that was very successful people a carbon milk or Matthew Shepard and it also looks at cases onto a summer cooking with her older brother Thomas a seventeen belly was a rising high school senior her brother said lived her life to the fall arms of how religion has shaped LGBTQ politics and one crucial example or one example that I had lied and the book is with Matthew Shepard who

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National Daily  November 21

The National Daily

01:46 min | 1 year ago

National Daily November 21

"This is the national daily. Welcome to November twenty first on the National Day calendar today we give thanks on both sides of the border to a classic American dish and a game changing Canadian newcomer more after the break from her founder Marlow Anderson. Do you love to start the day with a smile. Join the celebration nation by picking up your very own twenty twenty national day calendar visit our website National Day calendar Dot Com for our full full color printed guide to all the fun and unusual ways to celebrate every day. Few things some up. The savory Thanksgiving meal like a delicious delicious Turkey with stuffing and the good news for those who prefer to ditch. The bird is that side. Dish doesn't have to be stuffed to be stuffing though technically it's called dressing scene when you do on national stuffing day pasta consider the nostalgic appeal of those humble crest the bread onions salary and herbs. And if you're looking for a new family. Only favorite. There are endless varieties to discover that includes seasonal vegetables dried fruits grains and nuts get ready for Canadian Olympic pride with national red midday Hudson's Bay founded this day in two thousand seventeen to encourage support for Canadian athletes by wearing the company's Red Mittens today this iconic trend and has raised more than thirty million dollars for the Canadian Olympic Foundation. Thanks to the generous donations from each mitten sale by the Hudson Bay Company. So where your Red Mittens. With the pride and support each athlete as they pursue their Olympic dreams learn more by following us at National Day calendar Dot Com or on facebook instagram and twitter witter and thanks for joining us on our journey as we celebrate every day.

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3 Broads Recap the Debate

Two Broads Talking Politics

25:02 min | 1 year ago

3 Broads Recap the Debate

"Ooh Hi this is Tony you're listening to three broads recap the debate on to broad talking politics by your all and I think that is pretty borne out by the data that fivethirtyeight just published they do pulling where they pull people before the hello lovely co host and joining us today is a great friend of the podcast we have with us I would be fine with everybody but like the top five everybody but Warren Biden Sanders Buddha judge and Harris could just go away date and then they pull people immediately after the debate and see who like moved between candidates and nobody loves it was too many I understand what the DNC is trying to do I understand that they're trying to you know like show that they're open to so many perspectives all right so do we think that this to be changed anybody's mind about anything and I'll go first and say cap which is not the kind of thing we normally do but we thought it would be a fun change of pace so I am joined of course by my lovely co-hosts Sophie Hello Sophie would we think we like twelve people on stage now nobody likes twelve people not even the twelve people on stage recording this on Wednesday October sixteenth the fourth democratic debate was last night and there were twelve people on stage and really realistically not even those five people but at least an outside chance yeah it seems like a lot of folks on that stage are really but at this point like I don't care what Tulsi Gabbard or Tom Style has to say honestly like they're pulling one percent and I don't care like twelve people on stage I missed the beginning of the debate because I was putting my kids in bed and I turned it on and I'm watching and I'm watching I'm watching this politics part of the dumb cast podcast network and we're going to bring you a special Breaking news episodes day not really breaking news but a debate anybody which I guess Bernie Sanders like technically lost like point one percent but that could be statistical noise like some people seemed what I'm talking about like practically the people who I think are like reasonably a chance at being the nominee or those five people you know I think whoever your favorite candidate was walking in the doors who your favorite candidate was when you were walking out the door but you guys agree disagree I agree writer Casuarina high-caste hello all right so let's talk about this crazy debate from last night so we running for a cabinet position at this point and agreeing to be honest about what that is and then not continue to use this debate as a platform for that I just I don't care they're not going to be the nominee I wanna hear from People who might plausibly be the nominee in twenty twenty at this point so honest yeah it does seem anecdotally like a couple more people are coming around to Elizabeth Warren I idea if data will show this at all but you know I had some that'd be fun I'd Be Okay With just a Warren Harris to be I mean me too like emotionally who have gained a little bit but it doesn't seem like I feel like most people their supporters said yeah that was great the person I love did great and that was it yeah weren't people who were against Elizabeth born in the first place just maybe she sort of rose in their estimation I don't know if that's as much about how she performed as it is has the queen isn't Tom Steiner on the stage where I haven't heard one thing out of in most of the time they didn't even like pan out enough to actually show all twelve three percent of support and then the other people who gained support each about four points where Buddha judge in culture I think there was Oh You la listen everyone this is Kelly with two birds it's really strange to me Harris did it do we think that that worked for the candidates who were doing that okay I have a lot of any sense especially when he was talking to war and there was one point where Warren was like arguing for Medicare for all and saying you know about gay marriage like the American people have been wrong and people can be persuaded which I think is part of the job of the President as American people are wrong about this and unlike the American people are wrong about stuff all the time like the American people were wrong about the invasion of Iraq which really put off by but a judge anger and how weird it was that he was trying to have this like this whole theme to his campaign about like I'm the one that can bring every and I think that if you look at the wider audience maybe Mayor Pete scored some points or some hits for going after he supported pretty fully at the beginning because they didn't have the full picture I mean up until about twenty twelve thirteen the American people were pretty wrong Democrat really respond differently to messaging Democrats are much more likely to respond well and to be inspired by Papa Tiffany we went together after trump's gone and then he's like yelling at people and needlessly picking fights I dunno I found his performance very upsetting I don't think everybody on this stage clearly saw her as a front runner the data to bear that out at least five three eight just published Elizabeth Warren looks to his gained about what what she actually wants to do people were sort of going after Warren a notably footage did he make Loescher did which seemed yeah well and I felt like terribly disappointed in him he was my number three and he has fallen so far I have no idea why he was so angry at every better like I mean okay he just seemed really angry and combative and said a lot of things that I thought didn't make it mighty message me on facebook last night say we're in did really great job I was talking to coworker this morning who was like I really like Elizabeth Warren and you know they they certainly commotion about Buddha Judge Right now I thought that his apparently this is the opposite of the way a lot of other people feel which is apparently zeitgeist feels that he one unlike yelling at everyone I didn't understand his lake weird exchange with federal work he was like I don't need lessons on moral courage from you really big millennial candidate and he is the first openly. LGBTQ candidate he is not leaning into either one of those he's like am I think there's some confirmation to the speculation that because everyone's sort of focused their attacks on her at the front runner rather than I feel like Amy Klobuchar points did the same thing like got really angry for reasons that I couldn't quite fathom and really pushed back hard the conversation on twitter about how he came off kind of explaining and not a good look for any candidate right now and it's interesting because maybe people don't like it now but I think when they understand that they'll have similar coverage but then their premiums will go away though like it better and I was like I don't think the veep and I in that way it probably fired a little bit and simply gave her a wider audience and in a larger platform to talk eh harmony they are turned off when things get aggressive and combative whereas Republicans tend to view that as oh I mean he never say never who knows what's going to happen in the world in the next few months and things could go topsy turvy but the chances are very low and so why NCUA wrong about how that played with the general audience the general at least Democratic audience and I think this is where you get into how Republicans word on the more leftist candidates but I didn't find it as like off pudding and I think I there's a gender issue of Buddha judge the cut you know like he's reducing his chances of getting a position in the cabinet he's reducing his chances of people liking him for years from now eight years from now cygnus he's been sorta the focal point of some fire before in previous debate it just gave weren't a chance to talk more about her polly the head of the executive branch I think that's really the president's role in legislative politics so I I was really really like this is why people don't like you know Washington because people felt like this so it just seemed to really off brand unexpected to me I think if I if he had always Mr Mr hiding it back and forth he he didn't seem to know seem to have lost two he was as a candidate and I was really surprised I think what may have had big bold ideas are impractical and so we shouldn't have them I felt like he was trying to play it both sides it felt a little bit to me like how in the first debate Harris kind of tried to play happens he hits numbers bounced up little in Iowa enough that people noticed that he was gaining a little bit of ground and some of the oh he or she as a candidate is a fighter we don't don't really like that sort of messaging and we don't necessarily view as productive is to strengths going for him right that in he's got other strengths but strengths in sort of the the turnout he is the first our Elizabeth about some of her policy stances and and being a little bit more clear about them but for specifically Democrat I thought a lot Adia like he would criticize Warren Sanders for Medicare for all he had a like a huge back and forth with about gun policy and he'd be like Oh all these ideas are impossible and you don't even know how you're gonNA implement them and then his big idea was to add to the Supreme Court and then he sort of waited around away by saying like well other people this guy who literally has just been a mayor like yelling at people who are in the Senate and know a little bit more about you know legislative priorities than he does but representing himself as this old cranky white guy which we already have plenty of this race just don't get it I think what his tree gouty is just like nope I'm out Tulsi Gabbard Tom Steyer got like two minutes of speaking time big bump from this right I mean like Tulsi Gabbard did nothing to impress me and even if I had loved everything else about her saying that her friends all along sort of business combative I wouldn't have been so put off by X. would've expected it it seems weird to me that suit `age if he he loses it like for me when he had this confrontation with Warren I was really disturbed there was a part where Warren the left and the right whereas footage brand has been up until this point very like Koumba Ya like in the last debate he yelled at people because he like chastise them for fighting he and was talking about her role in the in the creation of the Consumer Protection Bureau and how it was basically most people I have been reading who worked in the Obama Administration said I don't know what your plans talking about he didn't help with that bill very much at all it was I helped get boats for you just came off really like sexist like he was trying to get her to say that she like did he always does this where he does like fine in the first half like not great but like he's making coherent points but then at the in the second half who are smarter than me we'll figure out how to get it through without a constitutional amendment like I don't understand is he trying to say that he has big bold ideas or is he trying to say that him somehow for something that she had I mean this was her baby and she actually was appointed by Obama to be the person who set it up and the two guys who were the front runners up until everybody decided that Elizabeth Warren was did did Biden I feel like maybe he had a slightly better anything I I can't even name everybody on that stage there's too many people still on so what do we think about the all sides of the the healthcare issue by saying oh I support Medicare for all but not really I felt like he was playing that all night like he was Dr Jekyll and sorry booker you know you walk away knowing his Vegan and not a whole lot else Castro I thought had a great performance but it's not going to be enough to change in key he's not maybe actively pushing people away with his performance but anyone who was lukewarm to begin with I screwed up to affect polling yeah although I mean I think they might continue well sanders isn't sliding he really don't get is I feel like he's hurting his chances in the future I don't think he can win right now he's gotta understand he can't win this year baby and it was an idea that she had she was using this to sort of push back the moderate who were saying Oh we have all these great ideas that you have no you know they're pipedreams and you can't really pull and so he may just have been feel not and he went into that debate with people in telling him to be more aggressive to capitalize on that and maybe that and I think a lot of people who started out at least in my experience a lot of people who started out supporting Biden supported him because he was the one that they knew just a really bizarre moment and it came off really poorly to me so for me it was pretty consistent with his previous debate performances which are he's fine in the first half and then in the second half he did something what that looks like for him but I think you're right I think backfired we think all the sort of also rans on the stage are probably aren't going to see any oh and he was associated with Obama who a lot of people still have good feelings about especially in comparison to the current administration and I think having him honest of her performance last night exactly long pause she so she had a good then the third debate but still not enough to to keep his slide from a you know continuing I feel like he also I feel like any global jar it's part of her brand right like I feel like Amy Klobuchar brand is I'm a no nonsense moderate and I'm going to push back against I answered impeachment at the very beginning and I thought she was going to end up doing better than she did but then she wasn't really a presence a whole lot which MHM sorta sliding in the polls but that could very well be be part of it although it's not so much he's sliding Warren is gaining yeah I think that's right understand what the point she was trying to make a little confused about why like she was so passionate about twitter Harman's that really seem to catapult her in the polls and then she fell back down it doesn't seem to have really gained since then again what did you think say under sixty looking for maybe make some people who were just sort of Biden fans by default twice zoo the aged full of other really smart people who know what they're talking about an who maybe are more in touch with what voters less time I think it's sort of consistent with both men sanders they sort of just get points for showing up especially standards I don't know what's her fault or the moderator's fault but she sort of wasn't as much of a presence and then she had a weird exchange with Warren about twitter that I didn't really weird calculus about who can win the nomination so I don't know I don't feel like Biden Sanders could have done anything unless they unless they really bait right you like the fact that he was there and that he didn't look that bad everyone's like oh well you know awesome awesome sauce he showed up and he doesn't look the final candidate that we haven't talked a lot about is Kamala Harris you know she of course at the first debate had this amazing performance or what everyone said wasn't amazing interesting point for me as well I don't know that I agree with her I don't think that as much as I hate the way that trump like you in core hell and that pretty much all he needed to do to perform well in the debate and I think Biden sort of in the same situation it just didn't really land right for me so I just felt like she kind of fell flat yeah that whole argument with her might continue to see performances like that and just not be inspired so I you know I think I think there's a lot of things contributing to I usually have to stop showing what trump does because I don't think we are so yeah I just I didn't totally get that and yeah I don't know a highly dangerous and incite violence in some cases right I don't know that taking away his twitter account is really the answer it is but it a lot of people have the donor threshold but then you have to have either like a certain level of pulling support in just study he's had like the same seventeen percent since he got in the race you will have the same seventeen percent at the end of the race but Biden you know a number of eligible polls or you have to have multiple early state polls doing really well so I think only seven people we know yet what the November rules are forgetting into the debate you have to have there's some sort of donor threshold I can't dictate recalls the and you know uses his twitter account to amplify messages that we think are him to the same accountability rules that the rest of the community has on that platform I think that that's probably much stronger message but yeah I didn't really get the I didn't really get why that was the hill he wanted to die on over trump twitter account and it seemed like she was saying we should changed nothing except that maybe we don't like pete very much anymore any any final takeaways any things that we should I think about as we move towards let them and she was saying you know I had this great idea and then I actually went out and implemented it and here's a great example of how I got this done and Biden put his hand in her face and said she had good debate performance I don't think it was bad it was just kind of all right well debate that apparently I don't like that You know Tom Doing that sort of highlight that that that's not an issue that is confined to any one party unfortunately office from running for the presidency they're just saying it's a dumb idea it all point towards the problem that you know politics as we in the debate and the thirty million dollars got him one hundred sixty six thousand donors I literally cannot with the like he has the right to do we'll have qualified for November which would be amazing can we stop right now yes I Got Into argument yes of course he does but I find it troubling and upsetting that he spent thirty million dollars of his own money just on ads to get people to donate to him so he could as long as he doesn't screw up he doesn't lose anyone because their support isn't based on his debate performances it's based on I'm not saying you can't hold your opinion I'm saying your opinion is stupid like nobody's arguing that Tom Steiner should be like physically barred from running for there's from now like I just I don't I don't get it it's a very weird strategy it was very weird and then there were all these parts where he would criticize people for having sort of these bigger thank you thank you thank you for listening to two bras talking especially when we have

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Ep. 354 - Mirror Fitness App

Trent365

02:49 min | 2 years ago

Ep. 354 - Mirror Fitness App

"Walk into three hundred fifty four of three sixty five is Monday. The nineteenth of November and greetings from Dan, not donning. I've always been told it was actually kind of as it spelt. But I checked with the locals today. It is pronounced Don here in Vietnam for a couple of days just checking out a couple of spas. Look, I've just heard today about this. Hot new fitness ABC, cold Mira, which is absolutely genius name because mullets mirror, but it's a mirror with a bit of a difference. It's got an LCD screen built-in. It's got some speak as a camera. And so what it allows you to do is basically livestream fitness class. So while they're in the studio on your screen projecting on your mirror. You're actually working out. You can see yourself workout as well, which is kind of a cool feature that ice because of the camera inside at allows you to do private classes as well. So you can have just your one on one with the instructor, and they can see what you do. Doing you can pay renew apple watch. I guess you pay your other bluetooth devices as well, you'll fit bits, and those kind of things so that you can see how you tracking. It's a it's a pretty interesting idea. I think it's going to work the issue right now, I think is the price point the Mira is about fifteen hundred bucks for the purchase of one of purchase. And then you pay think thirty nine dollars a month for the subscription. So it's really a subscription model play. It's just going to be a case of getting that price the initial purchase price of that fitness mirror down to some way below fifteen hundred certainly maybe thousand bucks, hopefully few hundred bucks at some point either way. I think it's going to be an interesting play like the subscription model. It's very similar to the peleton model. Of course, the fact that I think a lot of people would be happy to sit at home and have their private class in front of the mirror southern have to worry about being goofy in front of a whole class. I actually think so let's say they're just raised about thirty million dollars from spot capital and a couple of others one of the. VC firms. So I think it's a really interesting place. Go and check it out Mira is the name, and it is as we discussed Amirah with a bit more already. Check it out. Let me know what you think I'll be back into Morrow. The podcast. You just heard was made using anchor ever thought about making your own podcasts anchor makes it really easy for anyone to get started. It's a one stop shop for recording hosting and distributing podcasts. Best of all. It's one hundred percent free. Sign up now at anchor dot FM slash new. That's anchor dot FM slash new to get started.

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The Worlds Most Popular Video Game Goes Dark, On Purpose

Business Wars Daily

05:49 min | 1 year ago

The Worlds Most Popular Video Game Goes Dark, On Purpose

"Costumers wont so they'll keep coming back again and again salesforce bringing companies and customers together visit salesforce dot com business wars daily is sponsored by salesforce salesforce customer relationship management solution is committed to helping you deliver the personalized experiences that could and customers together visit salesforce dot com slash learn more that's salesforce dot com slash learn more it in just seventy two hours of full million played the game concurrently giving a whole new meaning to the term multi-player legends quickly became the most played game world with new characters weapons and healing powers observers in marketing were awed by epic games and using well nothingness to compel rap thirty five hours then on Tuesday a new release of the game reappeared called Fortnight Chapter Two it said in an entirely new island titled out of Time would soon end and and it did with a sudden perplexing bang talk about storytelling by nine thirty the next I fortune magazine remarked on the effectiveness of the PR stunt at quote putting fortnight back into the collective gaming conversation just as it was beginning to so you know for a couple of hours before sunrise but this this implosion was completely different that wormhole stayed up with no explanation for more than morning fifty seven thousand users were still logged into the games twitch stream seeking the answer to to age old cliffhanger questions what happened in electric arts history but Fort Night's black hole stunt could force even more creativity from its rival the to battle Royale Games have changed attention all over the globe according to a Popular East sports consultant named Rod Breslow six million people watched the black screens for our that sucked the game it's world and its characters into darkness all that was left was a swirling black hole in the middle of a dark screen and it wasn't prizes at the Fortnight World Cup finals for night was valued at more than fifteen billion at the end of last year riding just behind fortnight in popularity just on the game itself fortnight's instagram twitter and youtube feeds also went black epic Games Fortnight's publisher pinned a tweet showing a live feed of that black hole is electronially arts early this year the five billion dollar company launched apex legends also a free to play multiplayer game ten million people download and what the heck is going to happen next typically games like fortnight go offline occasionally to update servers and to reload content when they switch see the video game industry observers say they note that today's Gamers are more interested in playing together then in playing alone but does that mean the game's changed the industry the culture has changed the games you could spend your time staring into simulations of black holes contemplating the philosophy behind wildly popular happy Monday friends it's the kind of stunt that only the most popular businesses can pull off to get attention disappear that's what the most popular video game in the world a fortnight feed fortnight's two hundred fifty million players had been warned that there was a mysterious threatening media or floating around somewhere and season ten in the background what industry trade pub variety described as a space agey soundtrack the company went so far as to delete all of the previous tweets in the official lose a bit of its coolness factor the game hit its peak in the summer of two thousand eighteen but it managed to stay on top this summer by awarding some thirty million dollars in well did late on Sunday October thirteenth at about two am eastern time players afford night saw a giant meteoric fall from the sky setting off a massive explosion world at least until fortnight chapter two started and life returned to normal once again from wonder I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily Jio Games or you could do what some rabid fortnight players did they ventured into the outdoors possibly for the first time in weeks for a glimpse of the re- business wars daily is sponsored by salesforce. Have you ever wondered what salesforce does salesforce is a customer relationship management solution we might be forced to conjure up black hole of our own that wouldn't be good I'm David Brown back with you in the next world or tomorrow they bring companies and customers together how do they do it they give your employees a three hundred sixty degree view of your customers that uh-huh slash learn more personalized experiences that customers want and build lasting trusted customer relationships make sense salesforce bringing company Helps every department in your company work as one and when all the departments in your company are working together it makes it easier for your company to deliver the seamless from Wendy. This is business words David Hey listen if you like our show give us a five star rating on your favorite podcast APP would you if you don't.

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MNF recap of Packers' win & who is next year's San Francisco 49ers?

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

43:52 min | 1 year ago

MNF recap of Packers' win & who is next year's San Francisco 49ers?

"And now move the sticks with Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks everybody what's going on Aj bucky here move the sticks are our football world is full right now buck I I it wasn't that long ago we're just waiting for the start of the football season a two or three year span and it happens fast and I think they're the latest example of that all right let's let's get into the game last night here lines packers packers one little controversy there twenty soon with the team building process to kind of watch how you expect certain teams to be when you look at them in the preseason or when you see what they acquire in the draft and I think there's some candidates to be next year's version of the forty niners team where they've got some good players they've had some bad luck this year could find themselves with a high pick and could have a three to twenty two obviously some hand to the face penalties that people in Detroit were none too pleased about on some key downs there but just your overall big picture take away from hit on some off the radar. NFL Head coaching candidates and then I was I was thinking about this when the forty niners a team last year that's picking up there in the top five the number two overall pick but the reason they were up there was because they were crushed with injuries you start with a quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo last year as as well as some other injuries so I felt like the talent was much better than the record to counter play to the stress of their squad and so now believe the assessments that we make about teams are more real and true because we've seen old as well as the football world and we we kind of answer this question or were seeking to answer this question why is there so much carryover in these two sports so many great Abbott and you can begin to Kinda separate the contenders from the pretenders just on the surface and so I think more teams are taken that approach and we're seeing teams begin it gets cranked up but in this episode today Buck we've got a little recap from the from the lines packers game which was very interesting to say the least a lot of topics to hit there fell players were also great basketball players so we're going to have some interesting conversations and dive into that topic can't wait for you guys to hear that episode once it's up and running once the basketball season a couple good moves in free agency your team can go from being lost in the wilderness to be in one of the teams that we talk about being a heavyweight contender in the league and you talk about being able to do it oh no doubt and it's so true when you look at what we've seen it's Kinda there's some fool's gold in the middle of some of these first three four weeks but now you're starting to see things China even what you're starting to realize what the identities really are for these football teams I I do want tease what's coming up not just on today's show get to that in a second but in the future with the start of the basket in free agency and then when you get a chance to watch them in the preseason and then when you see them actually play and I think we have reached a point now where the NFL is you a blueprint for how to rebuild this it took maybe a little log in some of US speculated but you are seeing that if you make the right moves in the draft and you supplement with all season really close we're GONNA have a we're gonNA have a special episode coming your way so be on the lookout for that where we're going to speak with a couple of folks that have a connection in the basketball balanced out meaning they not only can depend on number twelve Aaron Rodgers to do magical things and helped him win gains but they now have kind of decided to a quick turnaround yeah absolutely there's teams that are well positioned to count aspect so it'd be fun to have that conversation because you're right the San Francisco Forty niners have kind of laid out the visual evidence to kind of make some determinations on which teams between trending the right way and which teams need to make some significant moves to really help them get back on track that is better position to be a viable contender on a yearly basis When I look at the Green Bay packers they are team that has finally the real preseason differently the first four games that are regular season I really kind of fill out process when there were really into the meat of the season you kind of have an identity being this game and what you thought about the the controversy there look at a couple big big pitcher takeaways for me one I think the Green Bay packers have build a team the team that has the ability to run the ball we saw them run in a dominant fashion against the Detroit lions you still have Aaron Rodgers able to do special things that he talked about his unforeseen you put this on twitter the first four games of the regular season are meaningless they're really preseason games because you still trying to figure out your team because teams are treating Zabell to do but also their defense can keep the score down and give them opportunities and to that offense cranks up I can't say that in the past we can compete because they're taking some of the weight off of Roger Shoulder and allowing the team the entire team to be a big part of the winning game plan to work themselves back now they have a defense that is able to do that and it gives them to luxury of being able to commit to run into ball and grinding it out and taking some of the pressure off Aaron Rodgers and I think this is a better long-term plan with Aaron Rodgers getting older that over the next two or three years to packers will be able to continue to look at a Green Bay packers team and say if Aaron Rodgers didn't play great or if this offense didn't can hit the ground running from the beginning of the game that their defense could kind of keep it in play for them you know it's interesting one of the stats that I've always looked at have long felt was important versus sacks allowed you kind of look at that sack ratio there and they've done a nice job there of building up the fronts on both sides and this off season you talk about addressing a need and look there's different theories right bucks and this Green Bay packers team is plus seven right now eighteen sex on defense they've only allowed eleven on offense and to me I think that speaks to how you're built times you can say well we're GONNA WE'RE GONNA sprinkle our resources in different areas of the team are going to have a balance football team I thought man the Green Bay packers that we've got to be better upfront defensively and they unloaded they unloaded the checkbook they loaded with draft picks and they loaded up on that defensive front and I think it's it's plain as day it's having a big time impact absolutely able to be a difference maker Upfront and then the investments resources that they've committed to the back end those guys are showing up we're seeing they're young guys show up a man coverage and do those things and we'll talk about this later maybe we'll talk about a day maybe we talk about it down the line to be able to play effective coverage today's league ax covered but everyone is playing man the New England patriots being successful because they're playing man demand the Green Bay packers playing more men demand so there's some observers Lulu having a bigtime impact for them the way they play is just so different in terms of the way they used to play like on defense when I look at them on defense they play in particular set of skills? If you can't run I will find you and I will kill you yes and that's exactly what happens I we talk about Waldo right that's our whole thing we've been saying to be able to play man coverage there was very evident in that game we saw the Detroit lions walk up and play a ton of man to man they did it without pressure for man fronts corner but being able to play it from off you have a tougher time finding a way up the board because I think more teams are realizing the only way to stop this impressive slater quarterbacks I don't know if you if you look on that next Gen stats where they do the shot charts for quarterbacks yes it's funny man because if you look at a lot of teams that play corners on left and right Oh Jersey and know that that is out of the field that we're working on and I believe we talk about everything being cyclical just like we're seeing more teams go back for four or five years you'd better have a wall though out there because if you WanNa play man you got somebody that can't run they are going to identify him they are going to wear him out and I've seen as the way to evaluate DB's the Tampa to corner is going to go by the wayside and if you don't have the skills to be able to lock demand demand not only as a buffer run or been more difficult for an offense to get away with pick routes and routes I know you see you see it here and there but it's it's more difficult to get away from me the trend that I'm seeing man coverage what used to be Dj where people would play Banjo or switch coverage meaning dead if you have a crazy it is so crazy the way that is it is coming back around but yeah it's it's coming back four circle and is one of those things where we talked about it man I don't know how many times we have implored untold young athletes who are standing in the wide receiver line at your respect except I play I think I think too I think to the movie taken and I think of wide receivers before the snap saying I've spent a lot of time acquiring which calls to create favourable opportunities for the quarterback now I I think it's a great point and you look at the the way that the league just kind of circles all back around communication errors everyone knows exactly who they're on and it prevents the things that offense coordinator can do to manipulate those Banjo it's called too much so some of the some of the Beatles some of those men beaters that you have a little more difficult now because of the way that it gets called so closely on the interference and is in close proximity the corners Kinda back off in the guy that was lined up inside we take the first guy to shows inside the Gaddis on the outside we'll take the release off-season in summer learning how to fight through learning how to get a different levels because when you don't switch it actually plays to the defenses advantage because you're less likely to have these former and some of the analytics teams are going after select Agus no and I think the other part of this it's kind of interesting is that it's it's what back and studied them and first of all eliminate three because there's three kneel downs so really sixteen so you're talking about sixteen runs Lamar Jackson in this game sixteen athletes that can run and that are skilled at the process we'll have an opportunity to play those are the guys that have to play cornerback and so is huge opportunity out there for you you will see the shot chart and it's early illtyd and you say okay well I know who their corner they wanna go after I mean the whole shot chart is to one side or the other you look. Dj that is are playing in the league you gotTa make them too tight windows and only way you can do it as a man coverage if you can't run at the Corner Position Book You have a plan thirteen were designed quarterback runs some variation of zone read pretty much on all of them so thirteen of the sixteen were designed runs talking about interceptions being down and that's naturally going to happen because when you play more man to man your back is to the quarterback when you were defender but it's going to jail we're now what teams are doing because we see patients do this for years there's no switching whoever you're locked on your locked onto him and then you spend all of your time through any all ten times in those sixteen runs he was tackled to the ground okay so that to me is a formula that's not sustainable and I think it's fascinating for somebody like yourself who entered the league in the late nineties to look up and and turn on the tape and realize oh my gosh I feel like I've gotten a time machine so dominate fashion they're they're doing a good job of corral and Iran so they can unleash to pass rushers of late for the past versus that they've gone out and you talk about presses really zig area Smith he is he did not get hit on any of them because when you scramble you have open space everything's the defense has been able to expand as you're dropping back you can find space you can he does as we've seen for years Russell does a phenomenal job of protecting himself when he's a scrambler so I get I think you can sprinkle the league I stepped into the League that up late nineties that's how it was in practice when you had your scout team they were set up the guy who was the target he would wear the five ten to six one or two if you will walk yourself over the quarterback and if you will commit the time and energy to mastering the skills backpedaled a bit about on the aftermath the other day but I went back and when you watch those the Mark Jackson runs last week he ran right through Cincinnati bengals but there are nineteen Carey's so the ball like nine or ten times and I think maybe two of them were designed quarterback runs maybe two or three at the most but he used his athletic ability to scramble and of high school and you're the fifth sixth and seventh wide receiver on a team to play four watts if you would just walk on the other side of the line of scrimmage and on the defensive side of the ball I don't want to which topics for a second year book I wrote down here scrambling runs versus quarterback designed runs and the reside did that Talked look at the what do you had three scramble so now you're talking about just their past place he sees yardage he goes and gets on those three scrambles he he ran for fifty three yards I I definitely understand your worry and concern because if ten of those runs ended in tackled plays where you but I just look at the Formula Yearbook of thirteen design runs at sixteen and getting tackled to the ground ten times I do not think that's GonNa last year is taken to the ground I would worry about it I think some of it really though depends on the kind of tackles and how he was hit I think the one thing that Lamar win a couple of those designed quarterback runs throughout a game a couple of them to me I would say five would-be the number that I wouldn't want to go beyond and then I would encourage Lamar look tap your coats and say I would love to play cornerback in could you please teach me you have an advantage especially if you are one of those athletes that is right around six foot waken Dr Turner run playing the ball you have an opportunity not underplay beyond high school but you have an opportunity to be a top pick because you talked about what everyone is looking for Jackson has done he's done a better job of taking himself to the sideline a lot of times when you're going towards the silent you don't take as violent of a blow take some of these designed quarterback runs off your plate but we're going to encourage you man if you see if you're dropping back in UC space man don't hesitate go take it but just promise me you're going to protect yourself around the corner which are counted on runs that you like really this boils down to and I think we can throw Shawn Watson into the category does Shawn Watson closed they issue out a little more significant and violent what Baltimore has done is they've made him an edge runner they've made him an often old I'm just saying Look Russell Wilson if I'm the Baltimore Ravens that is my Northstar I mean that is the that is who I'm trying to emulate that's what I'm trying to build my offense around in case of emergency you break the glass and he does that he does it eight to ten times a game and it's very effective I just even when you're even on some of those rates to to back football or two tight end sets we're seeing the league comeback around and what teams are doing what office coordinators are doing and with the assistance of scouting the go runner they made him a sweep runner and what they've done is the plate running repeatedly against Cincinnati it was fake inside zone and then he's getting outside the tackle box a lot of times where he still tries to cut it up he's not running out of bounds and oh I'm just seeing when you get pulled back and your twisted and turned at that position in it then you can find grass or you can find the sideline you get down you can get out of balance you can you can protect yourself and when you go back and watch Russell Wilson I think this last game he ran ran hours. USC The counter Kinda come inside and they're more bigger bodies because you have the defensive linemen and you have the linebackers that are really used to dealing with running back so the Gastineau even wants fascinated with the ball but if you go play quarterback has to play go do it well that's I think that's a great message for youngsters out there go would poor and lead with two gas coming around the corner so he almost essentially was the president he had a secret service escorts As you would inside I think the other thing that the Baltimore Ravens have done in college you AC- quarterbacks run in between the tackles UC inside quarterback these quarterbacks in college and so we all are into room is to scouts and the coaches and the office coordinator I think is really important at the office coordinator way they're committed to him and the way they're committed to playing this way I love we love trace mcsorley I think still want to see a little bit of resurgence there the conversation that we probably should have about Cam Newton Cam Newton should be or could be when he returns we've seen the Carolina Panthers when I grow Baltimore Ravens have done a really good job of putting Lamar Jackson in a situation where he doesn't take the heavy blows and that is unable to him to be around Cam Newton to one that is now built around Christian McCaffrey McCaffrey to me is a franchise quarterback everything is about a we gotta figure out a way to get twenty to the ball added as dangerous but you're right nineteen runs are lot sixteen raw takes one and it only takes one buck and there's times where he gets bent and tugged and the camera turns we've been very successful with Chris McCaffrey Planning Certain Way Cam Newton however can't play like cow Allen's plate so do we have a conversation with Cam Newton debt when he's running this hour Watson's runs are primarily scrambles the touchdown run that he had to kind of win the game was impromptu run where look man go be an athlete a number that number may be eight eight to ten runs per game but you know if I say eight to ten that means look five desire quarterback runs and then he has his allotment will make a play and he avoided a big when he spun inside hours worried when he spotted he was going to meet up and spin into a smack but he just has it when we are evaluating the he's not good enough he's not accurate enough as a passer to effectively do that I am fascinated by what the Carolina panthers are going to do because is a conversation with the offers a quarter and the quarterback where the offense coordinator has to understand like look we would like to kind of keep his runs to grandma that he can throw in and then the conversation that you have with the quarterback is look get what you can get down or get out about one or the other but you cannot we're in the passing game you can count on him to deliver so when Cam Newton comes back my mind is what are we want this offense to look like wait to hear your answer on this one we've Seen Carolina Panthers win four games four games in a row we cal Allen at quarterback the offense is transformed to one that was built and everything around them or the complimentary pieces cow Allen has become the perfect joystick for norv Turner norv Turner Basti calls a play he plays video game at some point is going to end and we're fine with that is he willing to accept that or is he stuck in his ways and he's going to try to play the game by cow Allen where I don't WanNa see them man I don't want to say I don't think I think this offense hasn't been custom made for Lamar Jackson and I think this team has been custom built for Lamar Jackson I WANNA make sure I see Rivera well and your Ron Rivera shoes here you've got a relatively new owner your football games and save your job so I mean I feel like we're like right in the middle of it going on we're definitely in the mix I love it though I think this is fascinating I think is fascinating from our perspective where we are I imagine camps going to camps going to get his job back but Bach if they lose you know couple of games that'd be it'll be weird if he's healthy got hooked but I don't anticipate them you know waiting too long if things are not going well once he's reinserted into lineup because they've proven they have a formula that wins with Kyle I mean take it we don't want the extra yard we wanted to get as much as you can and these while we're on this topic I think he kind of brings us to we hadn't had this on the thing I think it brings us I won't bother to go here he and their account Allen is obliging Cam Newton however can't play that way Cam Newton can't be a joystick and he we see it every week Russell Wilson makes plays with his legs impact plays with his legs but it's just kind of more organic you know it's not it's not designed it's just organic and he just let's see who stands to running game that they're scrambling quarterback or to do a three quarterback plays in any tries to mirror what he did in college while protecting him we understand who you are you're basically a single wing quarterback UA dual threat and we're GONNA ride you to the wheels fall off meaning you don't run the ball you can do all of those things that you've done a lot of panthers and you're faced with this dilemma and let's just just know that Cam Newton is on the books next year for nine hundred million but only two of that is guaranteed okay so you're sitting here talk about your MVP quarterback legend to the Super Bowl can you have a conversation where you say either played this way or we have to play the other guy I have no idea what you do if you run sixteen weeks yeah you would you like to do there's always a risk with all these quarterbacks because we saw nick foles and some of these guys get into pocket but what you're trying to do is minimize risk with our no eighteen nineteen million surplus money potentially if you elect move on from cameo you look at the way this team is constructed you have Christopher after you have a defense that's playing lightsout you could have eighteen you know to play with if you move on from canute knowing that look how Allen has it ceiling I'm not saying they do so so here's here's the thing Jay so like let's imagine but let's let's let's put your the manage the Manage Union Mardi Hernia the what do you do well it's not even just that it's not even just that book it's you're dealing with a ticking time bomb because Cam Newton because of the way he mcallen is a franchise quarterback or anything like that but we have seen many teams have been really successful with a cheap quarterback and distributing the money to other areas comeback win football games show that you can win football games and stay healthy for the remaining stretch of the season because there are a whole host of reasons for them to move on and all the other quarterbacks like Russell Wilson and the like or do you value at less because the risk potentially may be greater because he how can play at his best would you be okay if I told you like look I can give you ten years of Cam Newton or Lamar Jackson at his best but in your so let's just say look okay so about that's about that time okay so now that we look Dj from a team building standpoint would you be okay like based on in changing his game he's not as impactful in playing in a new style and a new way to try and protect himself so I'M GONNA end up with a quarterback who if if he maybe in the third or fourth round so we can stockpile our team so that when we play this way we know school but these guys become more position players as opposed has to play a certain way for us to win games playing that way is gonNA put him in harm's way and I don't know he could be heard it could be one game two games a year you don't know when that time is coming but it's coming we're GonNa make him do something where he's not totally comfortable and hasn't been as effective and impactful any payment bunch of money so in my opinion there is pressure on Cam of it okay so that's the thing because I do think like what Tom Brady and drew brees and even Rothlisburger and rivers have done they've kinda seduced this the franchise quarterbacks or we saying a Lamar Jackson when you get older we're going to then ask you to change your style which isn't necessarily play to your strength well I look there's so many of these quarterbacks we see playing in their mid to late thirties that have been able to get multiple contracts. I don't know that we're going to get to that point in time okay so let's I mean we were way often this is about a nine ten year window to play this way and and I think he will get paid in line with some of those other premier quarterbacks on his next contract I just don't Lamar Jackson let's say like when you take a Lamar Jackson and Baltimore Ravens are all and they said that they believe they can re- revolutionized the way that teams draft evaluating builder I position when we're trying to build a championship team each and every year I think that look for a long time we saw quarterbacks once they got into early thirties fell off thinking like the quarterback position has to be fifteen to twenty year position and I just wondered is at the right way to kind of think about the quarterback I think lamarcus throw it better than a lot of the dual threat quarterbacks come out your after your I think he's more advanced passer in the hope for me is that he's he's running and scrambling and if you value him at a lesser note does that mean every other year that we need to go and try and find a lesser version Lamar Jackson GonNa continue to grow and advance in that area or you end up having a situation where you Russell Wilson early on is isn't it moving around a little bit more than he is later in his career you're hoping is going to and there aren't quite as many for them to stay with them okay so I think that is a very valid point so I'm ago and I will say this because I think this will also pertain cliff and we saw their level play can just drop in a big way and now with the way these guys take care of their bodies these guys play from the pocket so they've been able to preserve themselves culture that you know also well we should be producing more talented quarterbacks colleges or thrown it more than they ever have so if the college game can keep giving you supply Vance I personally I'd like to Lamar Jackson's agent for his second contract that would not be as agent for his third because I think he is I think they will look at it and say we're just fascinated by this conversation so let's say that like say the now when we look at these athletes quarterbacks because Cam Newton is in year ten maybe I think he's in year ten on that but I don't I don't think there's anything wrong it's all going to be about what the College Games giving you you know with with the seven on seven culture the elite eleven teams in this vein so let's say Lamar Jackson as your quarterback and you're gonNA have to pay Lamar Jackson do you pay Lamar Jackson invaluable more Jackson like you value a Jerry Goff to me it has all to do with the supply that the college games giving you and I think you'll see teams because of the financial situation that could change in the next CBA but as it is right now position if they're not brady breeze rogers man is killing us like just imagine because we've seen this and and this is kind of relevant mark or yoga and Jameis Winston. Both of these franchises likely have to move on from that because the prospect of paying we'll call it an average quarterback twenty locker room when everyone is looking over saying this isn't even our best player and we're paying him to carry the French I just think it's hard I think the guy who has to me there's GonNa be for lack of a better phrase you're not going to have a gun to your head to continue to sign these quarterbacks into their mid thirties because there's going to be more coming down the pipeline but that's honey I'm surprised that we haven't heard a general manager going record and say that like hey look man this disposition because the money that we're we're sinking into the quarterback save that for for Thursday show But I do want to talk about off the radar head coaching candidates because I was thinking about this one of these names came up in a conversation the other day and then around Sean Payton who is Sean Payton tight with bill parcells he's a parcells disciple who's who is one of the main voices that all these I've got to okay all right ready how about we've seen cliff Kingsbury get fired as a college coach hired as a coordinator but off the radar like that would cliff Kingsbury esque were I think we would raise an eyebrow and go whoa hey never thought about that mater in the NFL but we have seen this league is obsessed with bright young offensive minds and it's about being around the right People Sean mcvay Doug Peterson in terms of the way the ball comes out Joe Brady is a very interesting candidate because you talked about the Sean Payton Connection who he's been touched by I do believe it could be a better long-term model to go that route as opposed to a man we just going to continue to pay to quarterback and just pay average quarterbacks a bunch of money to to hold I financially beneficial to try and use them up for that maybe give him that second contract you get to that nine ten year mark and then let's flip it over let's get no cheap one you know it is there but you know what owners go to when they're trying to get names for coaches bill parcells I'm just telling you there's somebody in nfl say he this system works it works at the NFL although we see it with the saints he's obviously completely transformed Lsu's team now we gotta make sure we pair them up with an experienced veteran defensive accord he place holders they might be having that discussion publicly but I guarantee you there haven't been privately and it's going to see who has the courage to be the first one to move on govern Sean Payton's one of those bright minds this guy's calling plays doing a phenomenal job so he's got scheme he's come from good culture that to me is or scramble to have a coordinator who has the knowledge of man whatever you give me a quarterback I can figure out a way to build an offense that so the courage to be like oh we're not paying like we're we're we're just move on we're just continued to cycle these out of course you're coaching has to be able to deal with a young quarterback and get them ready to play it's in Geo Brady the way he's turned around that Lsu offense now if you think about it Joe Brady or did he come from book before we went to Lsu coach at Mississippi state while he was at Penn state so he is seeing this Arpaio game and how to get your top running back off how to take your quarterback and a bit off the Raider I think people would say well what in the world how did that how did he go from coordinator Lsu to head coach in the NFL. I think that's where the future is headed man I really do I don't think that I came up with the other one but we kind of know who the names are you know who the coordinators are in the NFL the hot coordinators guys that have been head coaches before McCarthy's out there elevate is game that is something and you're right looks around him with the right defense coordinator and and that's a mandate is a terrific name in Utah no one has talked about him what he's Albertini Bridgewater that is a terrific guy to kind of be close to but also job brady was next to Joe Moorhead who was five thirty million dollars just because they take the snap how do you do you can't do that you can't do that well how how do you do it not only just looking at books how do you do in the morale and the USC and

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Episode 37 - Saluting a Deserving Champion

The No Chill Podcast

1:33:58 hr | 2 years ago

Episode 37 - Saluting a Deserving Champion

"Go when you wanna listen to the new show podcast where do you go pamela be himalayan apps and when you wanna give it a day early that's where you'll find is download the app and follow for exclusive first access emily is a brand new podcast cast abry confined every single podcast you love in future favorites if you're a podcast or fan himalayan has you're back discover personally curated playlist in show you'll favorite podcasts there's like us like us some love gotta love us maybe not everytime but most of the time it's free it's the easiest to use reading cool new features everyday gordy app store download himalayan h i m s l e y eight and don't forget you better be more like you'd be you can't forget you better be no no no where you know you know some people they refuse to follow us but they should a specially if you want if you want my real it'd be one relation july first oh yeah yeah so yes i said just subscribe follow subscribed follow oh i just put to let it i mean they could hear first pitch to so i got to fifty five inch hdtv he's come into yeah we got some shit coming yeah we got some of it could be you could be you so you'll it's even more let me thirty one people and i know we got more the numbers are up thirty thirty one winners over everyday till i want to i want right on this episode of the show podcast cast we salute the chance of course co why led the raptors to their first lario be a free agent zero the real hero kyle lowry you'll break sound what it was that lowry accomplished that made the win so sweet and here's here's what he in kyle talked about in a combo immediately after the finals and win now as well deserved and unbelievable at the toronto win was losing kevin durant klay thompson injury truly tragic physical skill also so toxic katie in the wake of torn achilles in as tough as it was the watch gills things this time can really benefit starkey that end before we go we think drake for the show and look ahead to what's next for these two teams it's a wrap up of the truly eventful nbc's as we head into will be a wild summer you also have plenty coming up soon show podcast as you know we have a special give away for a fan so be sure to subscribe on apple new show you to channel and of course you get to work every day to argue bnb season is over it was a hell of a season with a hell of a final and you're wearing that somewhere bobo bobo before that there's something i gotta i gotta dress here on the podcast right now it's okay it's t shirt worthy other day in june muscle shirt from that you see both nipples because i'm i'm swallow you're swell and that's the that's the venice beach what's that like that back in the day schwarzenegger yeah that's a good but you know what the ladies you know that's more for them but you know you put the nipples now not as register cover that's the shirt i'm i'm just you know i think you could have a little to instagram whatever pops out pops out i think you you kind of looking okay i understand why the new way out what's not supposed to pay these fees that that's what that picture of my eyes i never really seen anything like that but if you you wanna be that i thought you know sometimes you just gotta do what you gotta do so anyway so you have this throwback kyle lowry memphis is grizzlies jersey yes sir represent my mental offering you know you'd be a champion oh yeah see i was gonna say i have a chris bosh you know raptors jersey mhm but he didn't win in toronto yeah no heat in which he did win a championship in toronto so there was no point of clinton and his jersey all and even to assist toronto so i'd rather just go to this it's the north i'd rather go lowry fair some guy so i gotta go guy you know in in i think he got the ultimate career completion 'cause you know he took some shit the past couple of years and you know so funny you call them called the mom you might recall i i got my i got my i'm in harlem reckitt ralph yes but that's what my guy so look i had a conversation with a and it's kind of funny as today today a certain if he where he has in toronto i'm which i'm sure listen drake monday monday monday gonna vegas no no no no no no you you you know you're gonna go home and celebrate what you're you're fans i'm sure that's how jumpers so sort of sort of like crazy how life seems like it's falling apart less than ten months ago and your best friend was traded doubt of warning it'd be there was on your mind and now you're the face of the country country that beat the usa i say congrats i said game one when you score zero versus orlando i said that told me you as a different player this year because you always had that you know those that's struggling who in the playoffs you know basically hunted you but when ground zeros there and you had the worst game you could possibly have as a player and told me you can only go up from here you know so you know i wrote it and i said i said you're my mvp years my mvp this year for the playoffs and for the finals because you overcame the worst thing that a player has to overcome in itself you know like collide leonard was supposed to do was in her did but you you've been battling you're mental self for you know the last three four years of the playoffs you know 'em so the fact that you've you've been you're inner self you'd be you know i wasn't golden state you wasn't going against golden state you wasn't going against toronto i mean a seventy sixers are box orlando you'll is going against yourself you know so so you're best friend you know you know leave in you basically have that stuff like what do i do next you know i you know i'm pretty sure when the rosen was got traded he's he warned about you know so you know i i wrote that tool in basically said man congratulations is you you this is a this is you this was for you this this help you and the only reason you gotta use the most important piece in the hero bro you just explained my whole playoff better not that's why i respect you besides who because they're all you always keep it one hundred in understand shit in could explain it in breaking down he said thank you man because you know it's you know the reason i have conversations with players like that because sometimes you know people can understand it you know and i understood you know so when he had that first game i was like that's it you can't he can't get any worse than this and i think now it tells him bounce back you're and you hit rock bottom only one way the only one way to go up and that's what turn it on like if you looked at as this finals like orlando like his final like the the the championship he killed in a championship vs what he did round one round to because it was only going you you could only go up every game he played it would just oh oh i think that's what from watching him really what it was but he was not comfortable he wasn't relax for him you're like me you're let's say you're just all like a wound up winning what what ends up happening you're bitten but as i said this year's playoffs is a win win for and believe it or not because if he played well game one near you go he finally brought the curse he played played z role game one it could only go up but i remember that at that point it was like oh shit and carla yeah but but that's what i'm saying oh shit kyle lowry oh so again but it v row so when you didn't score is it would be on oh shoot it was like i only i can only take off from now so everything from now is better than what's this first game was and that's that was the the the the the the weakening of what we've seen in this championship it was just it was just building his confidence you know we all expect what what what what collided i mean that's what we expand but you did no one expected lowery the play this way the way he did then that's why why did you yeah you're you're the king but you also know like you said you get the psychology because it's one thing to be in it in the series in the moment in that space but also your point of view is like a you're thirty thousand miles away but you know what it's like to be in the end that's and that's where you know when you think about the stephen a smith cinemax and all these guys to analyze sports in our say if you've never played if you've never been there it's horrid free you just think how the player things because only a player who's been in the situation a player who's who scored zero in only there's only one way to go there's only one way to go if you've never been there it's hard to tell a player like it's hard to sit there in manipulating say what is really going on there more or how to dictate what's about to happen because you don't know you're just going off of stats and all look in the last six years this what is it like oh but that that's media in general i see this is like you you'd be around you know reporters and stuff like those are the dude that they're not in the gym they're not gonna they're they're watching their observers right so 'em no shade on that i'm just that's facts but they're looking at in a different way they're looking for headlines yesterday before clinton and that's unfair to fans because you know fans go there for expertise that's what you guys are on tv yeah you're not only were you have an opinion is that you're getting paid millions and to be experts mike you're on tv like i know it's you're on tv to be an expert so i wanna hear expert type shit i don't wanna hear took me type stuff i don't wanna hear it in a debate like i don't that's not you but then why not tune in you know though they don't understand athletics what it's like being asked to wear you know what it's like the train or watch film or you know i think if you understand competition i didn't play any mb but i i like the compete like the play you know i know that any embiid when i play this morning fell good you know but i think understanding what an athlete their their psychology you know what they're what they after lives through and it's like like so a round is enough to that yeah kinda because you gotta remember if you're not an athlete of athletes not gonna let you in not gonna let you know about this today people have no idea what the pregame ritual have you know not only game you don't know what the pregame you don't know what they're they're the night before you know the richer the night before you don't know 'em what they're doing the summer but as i said you don't know when athletes but i think it's just i i know what that is i haven't done it but i respect so so you gotta give up their point of acknowledge what i know when i when i don't know respected so i wrote i wrote katie also after he got hurt right a and m wrote a whole long thing right and then i said you know this is a time for you to true to reflect on your career to reflects fled to celebrate what you've done i said as athletes we don't really were not here in real time were were were so busy so focused on trying to be the best trying to be the greatest china hit the next milestone trying to win the next championship trying to be like you don't really understand what you're doing in real time until it's done i said you have a chance right now to to to sit back and just enjoy what you've done 'cause i don't think you you understand what you've done as it by twenty seven years a first ballot hall of famer there's not a lot of people that's ever played this game back and say by twenty seven they they were hall of fame first ballot i said the stats you had four times scoring champ envy p m two gold medals to all star in vp's a seven time all mb eight seven time all star like that those earth by twenty no one has those type of stat so sit back in in joy it like like really like so why are you enjoying it you know where to go next what to do next what to accomplish next you know because no one's gonna enjoy no one's gonna give you your praise now they're gonna do it when you're done so get it all in now enjoy it once you're done enjoying it a feedback on the court and then i wrote do not i said don't listen to the media right now good or bad i said the reason i'm saying that is because if you listen to them that angers gonna build up of the decision that was made and that's where it's like the decision that was made of you returning i said no one no nobody's gonna force you to play you were gonna do that on your own that's that's who we are you know was it a mistake oh yeah we could say that now if i ratio memory in gave you a hundred chance of the do it again you do the same thing every single time of course because you're hooper that's a fucking hoping to sit there and let the team go through the year hooper if you can if you're at twentyfive percent like if you're fifty percent you're gonna go out there and play 'cause that's what you lift for that's what you do so when media says oh if you set up you're not a hooker you don't fucking know mike jordan's flu game i'm pretty sure doctor told him as down i'm pretty sure the media to and said no that's what hooper's do we go up and play not to mention it's the final like yeah that's what every hooper yeah that's and that's that's what we learned from kobe in his finger kobe in his shoulder kobe's like you're gonna go out there and play like including now that's the way they feel and came back and forth but even then he runs back down the court like i think i might be tony and the only reason he shot the free throws to jeff casey hunt comeback and he wasn't giving up hope that's what hooper's do so i said do not say you're too good of a person so let anger build in clinton doubt building i said i can tell you and i said you know i keep it one hundred that i don't know if it was the owner or whoever would on the podium it was crying about my everything i said that's gene you win that's a trust me i know my white men out there crying for no no blackouts it's like a short i say but he didn't he wasn't crying like he lost like fucking piece of meat like product mhm decry 'cause he lost a friend and i said that's what is that in it he lost a friend his friend got hurt that's what i said so when you look at situations like that like that man was genuinely heard just as much as the rest of the world you know so i said you know you you ever doubt or anger is looming let it go that's not where you're about you've never been about it don't put it in now do not listen to the media and i said and this is you know how my mind and i said this is how my mind works i said toronto sharing unless it's ronald sharing a toronto cheering should make you smile i said this would make you some that i think it should make you smile inside i said one man k d k from dc made a whole fucking country shake they feared you like like they feared you they they were a free like they're up three one in the site of katie plan on the court fear damn vast vast what you smell about not to mention you came out killing like that but that's what i'm saying this but think about like it's out of one man in the whole nbc right now that they didn't wanna see that was gonna take their championship the way you give kevin the rat so yeah they they were they were cheering because hope came back so i said if you look at it any way you want to look at it like this the most disrespectful shit that they could they could ever do or looking at it like yeah you screwed me that mother fucking much that when i got off you had the fucking clap 'cause i gave you hope now in that's how i looked at yeah no they here's like man broke thank you i appreciate it you know it's like because it's like that's how i look at it you know i look at like that's the most disrespect to the only reason they're clapping is because it's fucking remind went out they win the game two shifts all yeah in dream a oh you know like fucking spanos went down fuck yeah yeah yeah fuck yeah and i think in the i'm sure everybody that he heard from share from a lotta people it was prayers for you get well soon that thing but to examine that moment you know like 'cause you had all those doubts for the question of like shitty inflator not played 'em you know the fans cheering the all that is is only gonna creepy emotion yeah and that's and that's what i didn't want him to be i don't want him to be emotionally angered at the decision making at the decision making of the doctors him 'em upper management steve kerr you know the medical staff because like they didn't have to like you you it wasn't about them it was about you you you wanna there'd be out there you want it this show you're teammates you're you're therefore you're down three one let me go out there and give them a boost if i can yeah so i think this you might notice we might not know this but i i feel like from that injury first of all i don't know why they call it of capturing if it wasn't achilles partial tear something that that was weird and you could even see where you had ice was below the calf when the first timers that was the injury was a calf strain yet rob high low calf strain high but if it wasn't achilles a whole meeting closing killys no so the question of how come he wasn't on the bench with the team using the back in the locker room for those games remember and you would seem come out on i five the team and all that because he's getting around the clock treatment yeah i think the optics of it people like oh where's where's this is you know yeah already know how he does probably getting treatment i mean you're you're getting treatment on a you know in the back rehabbing rehabbing doing you're exercising because you gotta remember that is the only time that he can get focused on during the day because you gotta remember the rest of the team has to go through their treatment has it go through their physical therapy in whatever you're getting ready for the game so the only time she can get to that medical staff at the arena is win the game or couldn't get treatment with somebody else like during the game during the day during the day no donut that's what i'm saying is like he probably got treatment like so he'll get treatment drain should around like why did you know there shoot around in probably before the game if someone else and kind of you gotta remember clay everyone has to get treated there's only one doc but i i looked at accelerating his treatment of getting back and you said the timeline noticed i don't i don't think i don't think they were is accelerating it because you know at the at that time as long as clay was healthy they were okay there okay but so that would be i think so they're down three to one and i'm sure he said like let's see how you guys do if you're up the three to one i'm pretty sure he was playing one oh one he was working our right oh that seventy five percent that's not you know it's did he have to go through game play to really realize if he's ready no he didn't because if he did it in practice tweaked it in practice i mean it really didn't know if it was just one of the really where he tested to see that he could go on the court game competitions he went through shoot a even a shooter shooter that you're you're only test that if you're in game mode because you're practice mode is not as hard as a game oh you're reaction time or even just for him his cuts his have hesitation step back on the other foot work that he wasn't known and so he asked to play the right right so yelling was him saying in this scenario you guys go up three one i'm good you don't need to to maybe so the time i was like all right well if it's three the one i could do game five 'cause that's why hitting you'll find it was the every game it with the new update katie's after this game and they just updated the next you gotta remember you know every game they lost his his inside he was gonna go up his his timetable is gonna go up 'em yeah in hindsight you you probably didn't wanna rush katie back 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i guess my good name oh remember the name remember blue chew on that note backed performance mhm in basketball court okay what did you wanna say oh someone hold that thought hold that thought yeah my man kate kate ticket k de que regret katie yeah the you're studying though is the cricket cricket katie got there okay three cazes a different context he's a killer so so like you know i've been i've been listening to you know the sports analysts and all that and you know what they're saying about katie's career i heard was a max kellerman saying you know he won't be the same player yeah you know it's it's it's it hurts me it it hurts me because it's like like you guys you know they do research but not the right research you know i don't think they do the right research that that that consent amass someone like me like if i wanna be entertained you know i'll watch you know max and stephen ain't go at it you know because it's fun you know just watching him over shout each other is holding it it to me it is it is the like like who's gonna have the best wrong answer yeah you know it's like one of those like i am you know okay max one this one okay stephen they get the you know but you know for the most part is like like if you guys do your research like a little more in depth on the stuff you're gonna talk about you can really you could really give insight to like real life real stuff like you know when max it okay do you won't be the same why would gives you that me stop you right there that's not research that's a take we could sit here all day long no they they had they had all they have they have a researcher yeah so they could ask you know what's the recovery time but they're they're still gonna have a take yeah but that doesn't say but if you knew reality thirty then you're you're take would be a little bit different because you had a whole bunch of players you had you know yeah koby up their cousins you had a whole bunch of people who had achilles yeah how many wilkins yeah that it took away their game in i would have said well all those players it was they're jumping leg and not thrown off lake this is katie's it's awfully it's his right leg 'cause not is less it's not like kobe's or cousins and it takes away his explosion so you're gonna have the first player to having achilles who has an achilles injury had surgery which doesn't affect their jumping ability because he jumps off his left leg you know so say in katie will not be the same is incorrect actually because he will be the same because he has his athleticism he has a seven foot he doesn't lose his stroke he still gets moved aside aside i mean what you just said he doesn't lose he's seven feet yeah but it's gonna be saying that when he drives and goes and dunks and he doesn't lose that bility so he doesn't lose what ninety nine percent of the athletes loses during that injury like when kobe loss he lost his explosion cutting explode up anymore he couldn't take off one foot he couldn't do it he had become a two foot jumper and now his whole game changes andy's older trying to jump off two feet when he was used the doing most everything off of one so well that doesn't happen acadia because when he crosses over and he goes the lane he's dunkin off that like you're gonna see cousins still struggles a little bit because he wasn't athletic annual now you know so he was cousins athletic now he's probably jj redick outlet it you know so it kinda hurts the markets have dammit you could see him struggling well it doesn't hurt katie's game so he doesn't change mhm yeah he's just out of the game for the next year but it doesn't change what he's gonna do when he comes back because he doesn't lose anything i think well first of all jj redick is honestly coming some i'm i'm pretty sure you case i thought you and judy mccall wire me saying he's not bad blood like what about what i'm gonna say oh yeah he has a forty two is vertical and if i had a i say zibo at this point where cousin yeah you know what else is there but it hurts it hurts it hurts his game is not predicated on that but the thing about k d is well first of all the give them give max the benefit of the doubt he's saying that it's gonna take time frame recovery so we noticed that he's out for year yeah but outer layer then you're you're saying or look at the players what had happened to they lost their ability to do this and do the he's not as mobile as it used to be it takes time to get back to that just based on where where you were right so just take some time they get it but he can do it but it's like it's like if i'm going to if i'm a right handed shooter from an i break my left hris how does this stop right know so but i just wanna i wanna just like knowledge that joe donnelly that it doesn't get any time it doesn't change what i'm great at but what's what's katie's these greatest strength but he's a seven foot point guard like like part of animal height right so that high released he's not he doesn't his disney's vertical for his shot he comes very minimal lake moves it's his high release but yeah base buttery but what i'm saying is let's say it was his left leg right now he's saying but i'm saying his game is cool no his get his game is all around so just as much as he tries the dunk on you and get to the lightning you know he shoots jumpers and threes so if it was his left leg yeah you take away his driving game 'cause he can explode he can jump he can't launch and then he stuck with a mid range game well that's half of katie mhm well the fact that he doesn't lose this you still have the whole full package of katie mhm that's what i'm saying is like me breaking my left wrist it doesn't affect what i'm great at right i still shoot is not like it's my shooting hammer i gotta you know rebuild it in try to figure out and get that struck stroke is still there and this is my off mhm you know like i don't i don't jump off my right leg so meet my explosion off my right leg does not affect well here's here's the the guy who came to me is also v achilles john wall that's gonna change his game is based on explosiveness need his burst and he's there twenty nine thirty five well john walls the left i don't remember which one it was right or left i thought it was right oh is it i don't remember 'em but the point is like his game is based on quick speed but that's what i'm saying depends on at that's tough but i still think he's young enough that you know he'd be fine it's a whole year offer how about a mile i'll let you argue that i can give you the answer right now about how old is or what will what it is but you you see what i'm saying there so john wall an achilles tear is is going to set him back in just look less killing no see right right right you know his his lover gillies so again another player who's not gonna be affected by 'cause he's a right foot jumper but for him to though he does not jump off his left leg but athletes like the chat they can work with the challenge that's where your whole life is based around so for him he has a year but he might be after the of sixty okay so in sports have you noticed the achilles doesn't affect football players like it as a basketball player because nick cornerback because you gotta remember 'cause we were were up any air sea a ground a runner like a run it doesn't affect them because they're on the ground so the only time you will notice if john wall or katie would have been slowed down is when they decide to jump in eight can so john wall does that's not jump off his actual left leg he's he's right handed but he doesn't jump off his everytime you see him dunking he's coming a lot of insulation dunkin with his left hand jumping off his right leg so he doesn't lose his jumping ability but the injury though like we saw katie's was he had he was he was going to fix like push off his russia's push off his right foot that's when he pushed it forward when he went to like planet again from the push off and you saw this lomo there's been a push off kobe's same thing my number ahah so that's that's where you used killys most yeah but you gotta remember it gets stronger and thicker sold that push off won't explosion it it just it just it just like we gotta remember that thickness hurts the the part of the achilles injuries hurts up and down mobility so if vince carter having achilles evidence at some point as great a painter what lay it all depends on what legos i wasn't these markets now he's risking jump off a one jd can so i you know i i'm a i'm a go with an older player you know 'cause i don't wanna jinx any younger player i'm a little older play i know anyone who is not someone who's not playing anymore so so like if someone like jordan tore his right achilles he wouldn't have been jumping up one foot anymore mhm that that's the you know like his explosion of one foot would have been gone mhm you know because that's his junk that's just one leg jumping that's what he viewed i remember dominique's but dominic as dominant as a true footer right but i'm so he had achilles remembers right a last minute property left probably you know no particular ways explosion in fact a research arenas here but the point was predominates i remember that changed his you know the the player that he was mhm he's basically vince carter so dominant dominant dominant didn't jump off of defeat of one off of one two feet they only jump on what yeah but that affects you 'cause you're using i mean for all intents and purposes fifty fifty so you need one side is decreased at that point 'em but what i'm getting to his for these guys they have an achilles injury it's possible now more than ever sort of say like oh he's out will never be the same foolish 'cause you don't you gotta give the medical staff did the current state of athletics guys can come back from these injuries yeah but i'm just but you gotta remember achilles affects you're up in down mobility jumping off the ground so if it's not true jumping legged does not affect you personally yeah like that's what i'm saying like yeah like louis in achilles injury yeah but it's not like if i if you have a right terrier need but you're left with a jumper doesn't affect you the same you know it only affects you if you're dominant side gets damage you know so that's all what like john wall sprinting in doing that right the left crossover and jumping off his right foot like what the hell does that this is a killer gotta do it him fucking taken off yeah but it's the crossover and the push off the road closures that achilles police hurts up and down not side the side and going that's why football players can bounce back so quick 'cause they don't have the leave their feet but i'm saying that they like as sprinter would rent you're you're plant you're in the blocks you're pulling yeah but as i say but doesn't that you never doesn't hurt them and i dunno any sprinters atta achilles injury but enough about the war well i guess the the the next thing we get into the warriors is the end of the dynasty 'em i mean am i playing gm was my options what what am i doing well or saying we look at who they have a dynasty what version of the words are we getting next because look at who they have on contract next year you have steph dream on iggy katie has his player option mhm livingston i'll cf damian jones in a funk candy and he got a bunch of guys that are not gonna put got it so are you saying there at top three feet next year no you got two players i'm not gonna be you know you've got you know you got kevin rent who won't be planning clay won't be playing so no they're not saying here's cory is staff dream on you yeah which is not gonna become less that's right it's it's it's the thing to what i'll be honest like that those three guys got among us they're not it's not enough to nothing like you you like if they make the playoffs i'll be surprised really because you gotta remember the the money they like they have such a big salary cap on money it's hard to get other players there so what ends up happening is you have to go after one million two million three million dollar players so if you don't have anybody who can help like really help it's hard for 'cause got a dream on dream on game is attached claes mhm you know that's where you know he gets most of his assist 'cause he's doing pick and roll catching it in passing somewhat us and that's worth dream on good says if he doesn't get as assist from kirby so so you basically we got dream i mean you've got currie in half of dream on you know and that's not gonna it'd be good enough to win much of anything 'em that's just just the fact 'em what you do with those players now bass you know katie in reno clay is is is gonna test is gonna test this dynasty because clay is clay is up did you sign on the max because i i'm i'm sure i i don't i don't see another team giving him the max we figure out whether you're out out 'em i mean no no sacramento or no nick no no one's gonna tie their money up for a player who's not gonna play and i mean it'd be bad business this move in just if that guy can't play for a whole year what is the point of spending the money on so the only way okay here's here's the scenario all these guys jimmy butler kemba walker you know all the kyri i miss out on all these do so now i can say all right well invest in clay you know getting back next year you know what what what's the point about that's what i'm saying what is the point i didn't get a big free agent so what else so what have you but you spin but think about it but you spent big free agent money for the same non free agent so you got thirty million dollars you you missed it on jimmy right or whoever good example the clippers they made the playoffs with the team that they had a vacant ad they they have cap space but they have a good team in in play will roll this team out because we know the warriors you're real role that same team out but spend thirty million dollars for a player i agree it doesn't make sense businesswise but i'm saying if they're in a position where we didn't get these guys we struck out might be miami never competitive team already were seven seed we had a clay in twenty twenty the best bet berta but tournant but by the time you click comes in half of that team will be traded or this piece of that piece and as i said there's no point in china money up so most likely claes only option is back to golden state for that matter the maxine waters the team out there that my for the max money right right so you gotta remember or money at ac l so he's missing ten eleven twelve months so that's all of the season so yeah that's case he could come back for the playoffs next year yeah so only golden state is gonna invest 'em because he is up katie he can opt into his player option which is thirty one million which is pointless 'em when he said that the reason is pointless is because no matter what this year or next year you have not played any games going into free agency so why wait till next year opt out and signed a max when you could just do it this year who cares it's like i don't know i don't know who is asian is but you know the reality is you're a free agent this year or you're a free agent next year between that year you actually having played so might as well just sign you're max now go by the way there's other there's if i'm him what is the point that i rehab my whole year i'm healthy healthy society next year oh okay everyone knows i'm gonna be out twelve months so in twelve months i'll be ready to play so which i have was eighteen months before i really have to actually go out so before the next season start for him so you might as well opt out this year inside miramax bill that's a crazy thing to to get injured on the last game of the season for you that gives you a whole nother in the year long recovery that gives you a whole new yearly change year plus summer yeah that's what i say it's it's it's one of those things where i mean it kind of it doesn't it doesn't suck but it's you have to like golden state has to pay him both well you have a you gotta pay one because you're paying for two guys that won't play for you you're gonna have that and that's the problem bank they they don't pay katie if he opts out you have to pay katie what you're gonna let arguably the best one okay you're arguing with lebron james you're gonna let the the one air one be yeah no i know how best player in the in the uae just walk if he didn't get hurt if you didn't get hurt and he didn't wanna be in golden state you're losing right ahah so i feel like they delivered that reality did very well he is is a but i don't think their ankle but i don't think it was reality i don't think that was their reality that he was actually gonna leave like so i don't think that they ever thought about katie actually leaving like there was no there was no like why why would you wanna leave he's winning here what is the right we want him here i'd say when the guy myers cried it told me everything so and also i think well but you're not leaving doesn't devastate like he did with oklahoma city but if you're gonna pay one or other you're gonna pay katie not clay yeah so i saw yeah like then clay as the legacy franchise it'll be like warriors fans love clay if you talk popularity he's ahead of katie came up with the originals back splash brother yeah original original splash brother that's a loyal fan you know that so stephanie so you're gonna pay this guy or this guy but that's what i'm saying it's it's one of those things where it's the it's like it's lebron james in katie news is to best you're gonna let one walk no they're not gonna let one more if he opts out there panam so they're they're they're just gonna be one of those teams that says fucking richard anyway we're just gonna have to guys that who's not playing this year do you think katie still test the market is he gonna opt out yes she's i if i'm him i'm not saying you're if i'm him maxing out mhm because it's take a meeting with new york take a meeting with brooklyn lakers whoever okay look if he ops if he if he does opt out it's for one reason just assign back with like there's nothing no one can offered that san francisco san francisco and can you have all the tech money there you have a dynasty that you've been building what what what is that as i said there's no russia wants to be in a way he wants to be in new york plane it'd be there'd it'd be in new york the what do what new york man a new york scotus fuck over there from dc fucking slushy as car half the year you fucking get picked up start serving oh yeah yeah yeah that's sitting in traffic fuck that i think new york's find option for i think so i mean yeah golden state's gonna be down for year mhm and then but then there'd be rebuilding okay i mean not rebuilding their beginning their players back i mean the biggest question is that that's what i'm saying like in hindsight the only player that might not be there by twenty twentyone will possibly be dream on green or or the start of twenty twenty season after next year right start to wonder if i wonder if this yeah so but before that you signed katie and clay is dream i say oh shit and now i'm out then you i know i mean really i mean dream on you're you're you're saying that no no no no reporting on that hardly man listen they got tax money people fucking billionaires that could play where the fuck do you wanna pay as much as they walk okay stop at all right that's right at the end of the day the only position that needs to be upgraded like this is that dream on is he's a heart and soul oh he's the glue piece that makes it all of it for his for his salary can you get somebody else because we got a member triple doubles and this and this and miss you as a it's hard to replace some so it's one of those things that they have to be very strategic about 'em you can't just get any for man if you get 'em yokich okay 'em which gets you know a guy who can rebound has like a european yeah that's it right into your kids safe shit like you know you get someone like that you know people say that you have a funny way seeming over yeah talk like what a team leonard slowly in the same letter a so i mean you you got a replay somewhat v right person you can't just bring any forman that you think again if you would be an upgrade but the upgrade has never been smarter star but also he will be thirty next year going into thirty won't you know he's on our younger now i'm not worried about that age crap i mean because what he does is ageless yeah physical though eighty but his aj's you know just i'm just here the hustle play hard rebound pass the ball like he has how about this you sign them in trade them so you could sign katie trading for a bunch of young pieces young contract just put it out there it could happen sport or you like listen this is not the fucking indiana pacers borough this is not just were not just sitting here just take it are great pieces southern what i'm talking more about the clippers ellen only four magic be selling them from magic being the clippers the lakers yes some of them for magic beans we've seen it before selling it for magic beans that's what this is but that's what you did that's what the that's what they do were not doing that golden state doesn't do that we're not gonna stay here and had billionaire money selling selling team getting magic beans telling a lie oh yeah we got this young nucleus gonna build it up in the fans like oh yeah but they're that young nucleus becomes middle age and then they trade him for more young new like it's it's a it's a rat race okay it's it's it's called investment that's what that's what non that's what the older owners used to do cities new owners is coming in saying fuck that this monopoly i'm trying to buy up all the real estate i want all the players here that's what that that that trade my valuable player for young pieces is now what the fuck does embraces do besides be young men young mistake hopefully they do young man like they do young things like what like i gotta wait six seven years before this nucleus becomes what i k d for a year and i don't have these young players five six years yeah i mean okay let's go back the caller saying if they're upset about cojuangco okay well you were you like it takes time to build build well something that's great look at look at what do you mean about look at embiid lookout lookout great embiid yeah look how great ben simmons is in what happens in the playoffs what happens when you need a shoe inexperience periods it takes years and years with veterans like why it was easy four o'clock because he had veterans all he had to do is just be intimate yeah they had a shorter rotation they used him but he's got the enemy hit it has to be the leading score he just being a mix and do you play defense against him so he his mistakes wasn't really exposed because he has three for veterans that the ball went through when you're a whole new listeners young every mistake is import every mistake is out there because they're all making them you know they're all doing the same dumb shit you don't have time for it you know so am i gonna trade kevin the ran or this for a bunch of like fake gold pieces no no thank you know say no thank you know thing is not gold yet it's in the hopes of gold but no thing no thank you i'm gonna trade superstar foray superstar okay like you gotta remember i may real basketball peruse who did the super i am not a businessman that sit in china fool the fan base of like yeah i got rid of katie oh man i guess what i got i got i got a bunch of young creases yeah obviously those young pieces that fucking good the lakers when i die they just had those same young visas and they they got rid of him so i don't know how you trick this fan base of the fucking last fan baseless insurance but obviously it happens like you one fan base like okay you ever get anthony davis and we gave we gave away this young pieces and other people who gave a gave away and they were like we got a whole team of be like how does that even happen and his case you wanna be out but i'm saying is hottest housing how the how the fans even fall for that fucking trickery there because of the players i wanna be out like i like the player lee happy with whatever the in that team is happy that they got rid of these players and other similar like the whole thing like yeah france where we got a whole bunch of people here we got a whole bunch of hot young talent and that's gonna grow into like it's like they just they just they're just got rid of that we got rid of we got rid of real gold this is a real golden pace this is the usa player mhm all star a perennial player we got rid of him for all rookie selections in some of the shouldn't even upside but first trades go right the co why for demar derozen trade coli demar you know obviously like one of the greatest raptors of all time they make this move could be just the one in done boot you one of the one in don't trade ahah but he wasn't a championship you know you know me i wasn't nikolai fan mhm yeah i wasn't but i but you know i've jumped on the bandwagon yeah you know i've been jumped on it but i've seen something posted i guess you said in the interview that you know when he got traded he hit lowry up and said you know this you know whatever we gotta do let's make this work and do something special in and around the same time i was talking to him same thing they you know you got co why you know hey y'all tried to do something in you know make people not think about what just happened you know some of the same but his thought process of you know how great cause you know the narrative how how they you know they do us those athletes you know it's you know sort of see that you know when he got traded he made the call it's a liar and basically say let's let's do something special rate that's what i'm not gonna come here and just you know try to play for year and get the hell out of here 'em in the story of how this guy guy like how he was treated at the end of his san antonio career i mean says a lot to but you know you look at both organizations and say oh you guys are both shit you know organizations or the player and you know no no the organizations and so you say arguments toronto toronto you're gonna say but i mean i think at this point both toronto raptors looked like the kids to be on what do you mean for toronto they wanna championship but you got rid of you're a loyal guy why what i'm saying is fuck the championship win last summer both looked like kids as organizers yes you know you got you got one who trade in their player who wants to who wants to be in canada who's embrace the city this is his whole mhm nothing's wrong with him you trade him in spurs you're most loyal player when it comes to fighting out every you guys aside a laugh at him good luck in canada borough is cold in my why would you do like this many say nothing bad about you guys you got the great san antonio the you know the the the goals layer of standard for treating players the white right way in like stand up type of organization when it came to the players players you guys pick and you guys were last seen in all tell he's gone get him out of here you're in canada now so both were looking like like i was running the organization that has an you know to see you know why take it take it like a champ go out there do his business i don't think he's ever said anything bad about san antonio is all the the kind of the misdirection of with his injury you know yeah that's what i said he's never said anything i've roasted them you guys laughed at him roasted him for what he did in to win a championship is rian what like if if i said man i hope collide leonard he'll be fucking like when's the envy appear at a championship after what they were doing that was that was like please do it soda sima win is like ashley you would rather see demar win because this is the team like no rather see demar beat toronto no it would but as you've got two teams that's looking like i should write more were trading you for co why senate tonio is ha ha quarter like you know like you know toronto is still sat in like you know a business decision they had the may they were setting spurs was the last like they got rid of like but they got rid of some taken we don't want that shit anymore in that's how they were they were treating him like that and that's why like this championship is like a after oughta so fucking oh that's being fucking a broken man and you're girl fucking leaves you and she just dumped giraffes and she saying get the puck on you're fucking loser kicks you and then you hit the lotto hit the lotto five hundred and fifty million well yeah that that feel happen now that feeling is like you could see like co why smile at steve smiled more in this championship initiative yes editorial one million out before me i yeah i mean some but you know the only thing for that trade demar is a hell of a player all star team usa plan is upgrade reality is upgrade that upgrade but you know none of the toronto did it it was business for them spurs every person yeah because i think for toronto and gives or would they want to focus on them spurs well then i'm just saying it was personally when you saw it fueled that but would that trade they made and upgrade right so they said well we have with demar kinda got end of the road on this demar on kyle we gotta break this up and i think the morrow is more of an attractive trade peace quite amazing so they had their opportunity and he took it but that's what i'm saying i look i'm just gonna let let's just keep it real always syrup show rano who who's the guy who made the trade jerry he's not a fucking genius let's stop i'm i i like nothing nothing personal against him but he did not see this trade san antonio was trading their player they were trading their players he he had a great opportunity yeah he like he was the guy he drew carey yeah that's what i said he was a guy who decided who just got lucky like hey oh i got the marta rosen if you wanna make this it wasn't you sit here and specially carve out some amazing three like a knock at the door open up those all yeah yeah you just open open door knock that's all it was it wasn't like you like to be praised praised for saying a okay well whatever that makes bazo because it's one year and he's coming off that injury any doesn't wanna okay if they don't win a championship as it could fire no because i think he would have had demar salary off the books so including so it's widely in it yeah it wasn't some special like he didn't car vowing mastermind some brilliant no playing but actually i guess it takes both if you're a franchise player that the whole cutting remember him that's what i'm saying he made he made his move it wasn't one person being a genius those one group being stupid right but it wasn't the pity spurs personal you set out last year fuck that were rebuilding i'm i don't want you anymore i'm gonna give you to anyone who gives us anything back nice or decent at this point and that's what someone not value there then in value something so it wasn't that okay this guy smarter than this no no it was these guys saying fuck that you can have you can have this girl with his hair there in all this ugly shit going on and then boom and then i i will take her okay should take a shower she cleans up oh she's a model she's a fucking silver oak remodel this is the victoria's secret model here it's like he found this gym no he just fucking groomed around that that that that jim was already there so it's not like that's what i'm saying is like let's just really put it in perspective awas spurs was being idiotic because they got mad you know they wanna give something up because they don't think he's gonna sign back in toronto all right listen we'll try and come off cap space you know we just sign this guy will come out will take will take lie if he leaves leaves and and then they would have championship now they're looking at his oh my god this is the best one is a mastermind genius though so okay like i mean you just you it was just one of those guys in one of those places at the right time he made the right move at the right time like even the coach like come on like don't be don't do it don't do it tyrone lou don't do tyrone do not do tyrone lou don't don't don't jump out the bag like you did something special the team was number one you got a great piece you got marcus all who's in all star jose fucking solid you had a little dynasty coming but don't say you did is you like the coach before you they were number one last year when casey shut up but i also don't they wayne clinton anybody saying that nick nurses pat riley but i'm just saying but you guys you guys don't don't get ahead of yourself because you believe you're both walked into something yeah did you joe yeah it's just like hey hey hey i know you wanna championship but hey hey the guy before you went to the championship he started off the next season bolan they fired him your recor what's worse you wanna championship on his behalf so don't go and walking into meetings turning down millions because you got a championship yeah you you did but yeah yeah i didn't do nothing for kelly you know you really didn't do you just happened to be the right man and you set out indices that's all that's all i'm saying like that that problems but also don't forget danny green it is there any rain through yeah that that's what i like what the hell man i know nothing about me i mean obviously you came from san antonio part of the pop up and you know it was that the smart why say he was you know you're the man who is the general manager right now that didn't matter who made that he's team presents imprison just smart decision was go saul you know grabbing bingo soul is the smart that was a smart those their trades midseason sometimes you can't plan what no no no i didn't wanna trade gotta remember though but but as a means of midseason trade is your i q level you know because at that point you know what you need something amiss in and you're willing to david dab mhm a summer trade on someone who's trying of getting rid of something you know that doesn't really show how brilliant you really are because we're getting rid of it they don't want it and they're just looking to package it and if you're gonna give him something in maine you're technically innocent got amanda summer technically they were tank they were thinking about tanking mhm they were thinking about rebuilding so in hindsight they trade quiet leonard's hawaii leonard leaves they move kyle lowry to that's in hindsight you get rid of all the money in rebuild from their co why had other expectations by winning the championship and i think they realize that midseason i read you know what we got something here nobody got so we're missing missing were missing a blue guy and then he makes the trait that was his brilliance that was his brilliant move when he made the trade for this all because you have eight poster player you have a guy who could stretch the floor you have it go to guy who's been there before you have an all star at that with him you're other big you have something special which nobody really paid attention to you know so that was his brilliant move 'em right and they had balance eunice like they could've said were cool with him but he recognized marcus all yeah i actually how is mark like thirty four yeah but but you didn't need but yeah he's not what he was because you gotta remember if you just think about the team last year right think about the team last year they're number one with vet nucleus yeah you trade them are in collide for each other european union assume that they're gonna be number one or two period just what that trade you add danny green gives a little edge you got another dead shooter in a defensive guy in venue grab marcus saul so you have a number one team in the east mhm mhm then you add danny green in so they were better and they help sues when you know you have a guy like pascal's yet swipe a spicy p s when you know you have a guy like that that is emerging yeah you know he gave his production say he then but that's worker salt comes in that see that's why go soul is important because he helps a guy like because remember they according to the we've got a big play together yeah you know sort of big really feed off of each other so go soul and baco they all feed off each other so that's why i say i think those two together back yeah but as i said you know smart base us that's what you just said they need one piece that smart big was a piece they need it and it got it was like a year detroit when he went after a wallace receipt she she did that was the piece that was the piece that said okay this this centers everything for some reason we were we were we were off thirteen and thirteen something's wrong here and then you boom that piece by cleaned up the office cleaned up the difference but i think he understands chemistry in fit yeah i saw this toronto team they wouldn't want seven eight deep but that's that's coaching okay coaching nick nick nurse 'em so some of these guys get credit here but okay i'll double what i'm saying is for his midseason trade on a team that was playing well anyway was was a good move was a good move the right move was the right move 'em so washington offering him stake in the company i mean it's a our say that's the best move washington can possibly do you know when 'cause they need that when i think about they need to build basically from the top down yes they need someone who can see something that no one else come in chess player yeah in in in i think that you know i i think if you want him out of toronto because at this point there's nothing he's gonna do in toronto that boosters him up anymore he's done it a c you know he hit it on the first hit holding one 'em anything after this goes back with this team right so we get out on this because this this point this team the raptors are the most blink championship champion ever film that sentence coming in the raptors there's are the most champion ever what's your word i was never good shit like this a lot like school useless gave me fucking words down okay i'll give you my okay surprising unlikely o m the raptors are the moles it's there's no wrong answer i know a hold on let me think rano is the most deserving champion ever surfing yeah what do you mean by that because the reason i say this is you gotta remember it's a whole nother country nfl most of you're nb eight talent is home grown it is hard to get players to commit to play in canada i mean you remember from wednesday france's like i don't pick me you know 'em soda get players actually go to canada in actually set up shop there embrace it signed line extensions there is there on the back burner i mean most players wanna play in minnesota i wouldn't say i would rather play in canada over not not not a not a guy in the states not not estates guy not aki basically the same shit yeah but you're you know you're closer chicago i mean you have you know you're you know you you're close this but you're you're you're close earth in a narcissist kennedy should but it's but toronto is a pop and like it's cool places the goat compare toronto to milwaukee if you're white okay so i don't i don't wanna use the race card if you're white toronto secrets video in in in there for black america when it comes to black athlete hey dude come on you're talking about most athletes would never leave home yeah but a new study from the point of view of whiteness there's a little white people milwaukee yeah but what remember why people i'm home indiana i'm home but i'm home i'm home this is home grandma feeder here you know we met them on china so they're like i only black guy in toronto to athletes like basketball players growing up toronto republicans say this you know in or monitor yeah like at least toronto culture like you said i think he's always in china they touch you 'cause you never know but that's what i'm saying but you you know at least they have culture yes but you don't but as a valuable but you know but you know we don't know that we don't know like when we do visit baird motion toronto shit they got some nice girl like you you realize how diverse it is but you're still alive ooh that's canada so so there on the back burner of talent there on the back burner talent majority of the time they get they happened giraffe so the fact that vague got a team good enough to win a championship they deserve that shit you know it's it's sad because they're they're fighting against all odds of everything no one one unimpeded nowhere like you're you're fighting against all odds so the get the get a team good enough to win a championship you live you know what yes okay okay you like 'cause now i mix and now it makes other players wanna go vision of poverty open up another team get another team out there in in in capitalized on this because you gotta remember the narrative when vince win we don't wanna go there no way no thank you mrs drafted but that's what i'm saying but he didn't stay but it got a member in the draft these nobody one of the go there then remember they had the pull one team out in vancouver they had the vancouver because of eighty two then they don't nobody wanna be there because it seemed too far it seemed because all my family's in space yeah no i understand i think you know like my you gotta remember things but you gotta think you gotta think canada passports right most athletes which in basketball this majority black folks friends and families if you're coming up in poverty won't have passports so you're family emotion and pat most families don't come to games well that's what i'm saying so it's it's more deep issue stuff okay so what i was thinking of though pretty sure it's demar but who is the guy that actually broke that in want it to be there right above but that anybody like but that's what i'm saying demar slash chris bosh last year but as i said you know he just left for championship but anamar johnson was you know kyle lowry you know it's well i mean cows in there now i think i did forever glenis data that that that said this is they but if you're if you're willing to accept it but nobody was willing right that's what i'm saying this championship was this was like i gotta let you ended the franchise they were taken to but because i have you stopped if you stop if you take the championship away been stopped from last summer you're digging because you gotta remember no one wants to be there anyway in the fact that right the one guy says this is my home embrace the city you lack of the fuck out of it you should be allowed fuck them wanna you know it's one of those but you know now it's like smart business move 'em loyal fans adding you know willing willing willing to let drake do what he does in not really even talk about drake and not be politically correct about it says a lot to you know and i think maybe maybe that was the turning point when they got they said you know what word forget it forget are raptor mass gotta whatever they corny stuff they did is we accepted we got over you know house you know brandon drake letting drake just do what drink this you know it's it's it's one thing to say i'm above you as organization but if they are drake you know what do you do do do do what makes you feel better puts a spotlight on us help us help us in the fact that it's all right in in still doubled down when the whole world but you can't let drink do that in a like a yeah fuck you know we were gonna do whatever he wants to do you're not gonna tell us otherwise says a lot you know so it's like that's why they deserved they deserve that that that that's something they deserve an earned from top to bottom i mean when they didn't give demand a jack of one point something million seven hundred like what was that you're giving raptors jacket who drake oh yeah there's like the million dollars right like a dime isn't should all older like how's the same with drake you except that he has his own brand in has his own way dude i think to some degree that the blueprint is spike lee he took a lot of shit back in the day in in member the things reggie miller or even jordan and you know but it was like actually spike spike help thirteen part of are used yeah the nfl in in that was a that was a you know that and that's why it's kinda weird to judge toronto the think about it because it's like yeah you make a business decision but then you name it's like it's i guess i guess you know i mean they say like go get a sweet yeah i guess at the end of the day here but you know organizations gotta do what organizations do you can't sit there and nick pick at everything they do because there's always something into the madness 'em you know getting rid of demar you know you know i say oh you're digging for that and it's like letting drink do anything he wants and okay you're great for that okay you you see teams they they make mistakes that i we all we all make mistakes and you know just at some point i think it made sense to someone in it happened classic example the james harden trade and oklahoma city pretty sure they revert that yeah oh man jury gets the i i just wanna see this championship ring 'cause i know that should be fire designing they have cloud cutting a drink drink that's what everyone no i did know that that's pretty cool yeah big six yeah that's i just can't i mean you know it's just it's it's it's it's amazing any of the i two tracks one track track you got two tracks that dropping i mean does it all in all it's it's it is that you know it's it's it's acsi crazy that he invested it's perfect it's it's perfect because you have eight personality you have eight icon who's young enough to relate in still be personable like that is like spike lee is old you know jack old like these guys though they're not gonna do what drink a they're not gonna be they're not gonna move the needle how drink like if spike cat instagram back then ended up he's still wouldn't be what drink is nobody remembers the first really do that jack with his own yeah you know but that's you had the first they do that and he was young at that time i mean like he did the jordan commercials yeah but as i said it was real or it wasn't a it wasn't a like like like drake is funny because he she is gonna talk shit in say ville worse so that player any transport that player like he he's a tattoo he's gonna offer up fights with players in he's friends with those inland and that's the funniest part about drake as as a fan yeah i think you're used to be right you're used to like if you're in the cipher i'm gonna go at you in the rap battle yeah but you know right better he don't like those guys like me get it yeah but that but that's drinks personality is like she knows how to cut it on and off yeah so off off the court were besties these were fucking fun we were hanging were hanging off the court i made toronto fan it's not personal okay i'm gonna say whatever i gotta say if you wanna fight me let's fight off the court fight have been some why can't take the jet now you know and that's that's literally how he is on the court he is aubrey the fans and he's do whatever he he's gonna do he's not ticklish in that's or he's champagne papi on the court whatever name is parties off the court and that's why when like you know he's just he's great i think he's great i think is is great at it all panned out at all worked for everyone you know it all work in now now now you can't tell drake toronto not none no none of it nothing if if drake wants to do a concert at the second quarter got dammit he's going to he's got fucking do it is undoing hey i wouldn't be surprised if they say all right he's a honorable coaching call time because i look over and drink and you're talking about you're talking about i guess how much you're talking about talking about like that's that's that's how much power did that whole he pounded the whole coordinated overnight yeah that's what i'm saying it's it's can't think anybody else you guys that even jay z had the ownership of that he's young enough to push that he's but jay z at you is probably around the same age as drake is now he got invested with the with the nets that was a while ago what what what when jay z got involved with the nets drake how would drink thirty three drinks surgery yeah jay z ten years ago that was ten years ago he was forty no he's forty four right now forty five doesn't matter the point where he was under but he but hope is his his way of doing it was like he just kind of sat there and she'll also by drake is extra he's yeah he's eight but i just that to me is a crazy thing like you're you're you're like because remember when they used to the celebrity yeah being celebrity he's willing sweating it dirt you you know an an and i think that's what it takes in night after the crisis people in a nice the crowd to because if that if he's jumping up and down which we should do yeah you know i don't we don't need the players they say getting 'cause we see the superstar who's who's worse than almost a billion dollars sweating shut off of he got towels over there so we need to get into this game and that's that's what you've never seen from the celebrity as i thought the best thing is he worth it the sweatshirt to pocket on in above the room when he's the coach who did notice that but yeah but like that's what i said he's young enough to move the needle because he does things that you have to be really into the understand he's just extra yeah just extra enough close enough to irritate you he's close enough to irritate the upper eighties and i think that's what he's if the if the upper eighties that really don't like what drinks doing if the guy is the people who is like this is this is not the way it's supposed to happen you're supposed to sit there and an end beer celebrity we put you on a fucking can can you way everyone cheers has a girl a two guys pot puts you in the kiss cam in you you you're podcasts on on right now you do a lot of celebrity chef you're supposed to do but you're doing like you're doing like some wheels yeah you're doing some shit that we've never seen before massage nicole irritating the players players wanna fight you you and they're celebrating dancing in got the whole crowd cheering like what do you do if you're daughter most and he's i guess what i'm just gonna push him and i'm gonna keep pushing yet i'm gonna have over your night i'm gonna have over your jerseys i'm gonna i'm gonna do everything that ever to enable is amazing i get it made me watch toronto when like when i didn't even know who they are and that's the real mvp no cars might have every area okay sorry got the jersey is the king of the north of game of thrones chemo's larry's shrunk yeah he allowed he allowed everyone do whatever you want with the veteran you've got a real growing denning i'll tell you that right yeah all right so am i now might wanna come rock now just summertime those 'em most deserving champion ever most deserving put that on the teacher from the nice ring to it i mean just think about went through all lot i mean they were the most talked about it and hated painting because of what drake was doing i mean all through the playoffs everyone's cryonics playing in the super like they did it they shut the world that congratulations toronto yes alright gonna be a good summer yeah you know at the end of the fed doesn't even matter what happens collide can leave yeah see taken in by it i don't know well someone asked me about kaleida that's co why leave if they win shit he leave who's already a champion mhm we don't know what he's seeking you know we don't know what his journey bernie is we don't know if he wants to come l e n just be home we don't we don't know what the guys journey is but you know i don't think a championship is gonna deter him or make them stay because at this point he's a two time champ you know so he doesn't what he decides those what he decides he's the night and i don't think i don't think it stops the city the city this is this is one of those ten year highs right here mhm this is a ten year high is like cleveland yeah this is a yeah we lost the bron fine we wanna championship by the guy that is set up but this is a country 'cause i would say cleveland missouri into but it's oh yeah

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Castbox has 3m daily users; The Infinite Dial comes to Germany

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02:48 min | 2 years ago

Castbox has 3m daily users; The Infinite Dial comes to Germany

"The latest from pod news dot net paul constant cost box has three million daily users says ceo rene one in a tv interview on bloomberg the company which has raised thirty million dollars today its plans to launch premium content and in the next two years they have no chinese users but she says the company will be profitable by the end of the year some kind of almost at the end of the day here in the building cash flow and also they see a lot of the ten against the industry in this book and audio people are willing to pay more low especially in china and they're already allowed approving a low dose that people onto pay for this kind of all especially for a high quality audio and for social audio comparible syrup podcasting is coming to germany as edison research dotty oh don't you can't bring the infinite style to the country later this year germany joins canada australia south africa and the uss pulled fund has invested invested in three podcasting companies announced we riposted on paul funds on their launch in and he may spotify has signed a deal with kevin bacon they act it will start in scripted comedy podcast cold i'm gonna be kevin bacon in the near future outline argues that eight pm's in the dog should stick to its success of guessing cuts his friends his conviction overturned and not to play prosecutor by offering up a new suspect to take his place will link to that from on episode notes and a newsletter also when is a podcast not a podcast when it's a pay cost says richard berry and some advice writing for audio not articles from j i couldn't and from strangers hosting eight twenty episode five thousand listens podcast in six months from ryan angle shot and if your tech person in melbourne in victoria australia no need to be so glum about the weather he crawl out from under the tuna and get your umbrella pick his only studio is hiring they've posted input costs today the signal from abcd australia is always worth a listen the latest episode shows the value of occasionally starting a podcast differently we also linked to the latest edition of the radio today program with guests from audio boom and something else talking about the uk podcast industry they obscure a true crime podcast which was featured in the tampa bay times how i died which launches

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Ep. 440 - Trent365! - BREAKING NEWS: IHG buys Six Senses

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

01:52 min | 2 years ago

Ep. 440 - Trent365! - BREAKING NEWS: IHG buys Six Senses

"Tonight episode four hundred and fortieth trend three sixty five big big news. I hate G is buying six inches. Really big news today. I hate g intercontinental hotels group, which is famous for brands like Intercon hotels holiday inns. Kipton hotels crown plazas, the hotel group is buying six centers hotels and resorts, which includes of course, this division. So the acquisition is supposed to be about three hundred million pounds, which is just shy of four hundred million US dollars. Interesting. They say that six inches asset light model is attractive to them. They say they generate around thirty million dollars in revenue for fees each year, which makes it three hundred million dollar acquisition price. Interesting. But it's another sign that big hotel groups are taking seriously not just acquisition growth, but specifically around the wellness area. So if you're a big hotel company, and you haven't seriously thought about a spa and wellness component. Then you missing out because there's not going to be much lift you go to buy a quick. So big big news again, I hate she hotels buying six. Senses. Hotels and resorts. Congratulations to be Bernard. Bonemberger who's the believes president now? Now successes and of course, new Jacobs who's the CEO and all that gang infra some really big time ahead. I kinda knew was happening. I said there was going to be a lot of movement happening this year. I also said to actually new Jacobs just a few months ago that Aric and you guys must be prime for sale yet even owned by private equity for few years. Now. I reckon you'll prime for sale. Guess what they did? He didn't tell me that at the time. I already thank you to you know, we'll be back again tomorrow.

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GB Radio Presents, "Jump Start", Chapter 2

Self Service with Jerico Mandybur

07:04 min | 2 years ago

GB Radio Presents, "Jump Start", Chapter 2

"Hey, everyone. Welcome to jump start. Presented by girl. Boss radio in partnership with Uber. I'm Jen Rubio co founder and chief brand officer of away, and I'm your host over the course of six episodes, Michael is to arm you with the toolkit you need to cash in. I'll take you through the art of crafting the perfect pitch break done. Buzzy investor terminology trap you for real VC pitch. Plus help you translate all the above for your everyday life ready to level up. Let's do it. Welcome your startup lingo crash. Course, we're will break down the alphabet soup on important acronyms in the funding world before started away. I worked in marketing, and like every industry has its own jargon. And even though I worked at a venture backed startup that doesn't mean that. I knew exactly all of the jargon that VC's us in fundraising. So I know it's confusing. And I totally understand almost seems like VC's are speaking their own language. So this episode should help without a little bit. Okay. So first of all these stand for venture capital or venture capitalist VC's invest money into startups in exchange for equity or a piece of your business VC's got their money from other investors. They're limited partners or LP's and these could be university dominates pension funds insurance companies or wealthy. Individuals feces are for the long run usually seven to ten years. They wanna see their investments hit a home run. So they have a higher. Hiroo mentality. It's really important to note that reason VC moneys and for everyone. If your sights are set on running at ten twenty or thirty million dollar business. That's incredible. But for venture capital, that's not enough VC's need huge outcomes. So they're looking for businesses that are thinking really big the no a lot of their high risk investments will fail and their optimum for home runs. If you have an idea, you're passionate about aren't necessarily aiming to make it a billion dollar business. Don't forget that. There are lots of other ways to fund your company, and you'll still need to know how to pick for that you can boost strap or on your own business. You can crowd find go to angle investors or high net worth individuals who want to invest in you their lines of credits. Available and more note that whichever route you'll go you'll still need to define and refiner pitch. So keep listening. Okay. So most of this podcast series is about your funding around. And what does that even actually mean? That's when you raise money for your company, and you do that through a series around. It starts with angel. Or friends and family and continues onto seed series ABC etcetera. I'll give you a little more detail on those an angel or friends and family round is typically a small round designed to get your company off the ground at away before we went to any big institutional investors, we did a small friends and round of about one hundred fifty thousand dollars, and that was literally five or ten thousand dollar checks from friends and family, we use that money to find a branding agency to talk to an industrial designer to help us design our luggage to make trips to China to look for factories to really getting the things needed together before we were ready to pitch the big VC's. You might hear people talking about a convertible note, it's an in-between round of funding that helps companies until they wanna raise the next official round defending. And when they raise that next round the note converts with discount at the price of the new round. So our friends and family rod was in the form of convertible note that converted into our seed round. So what's a seat? Around seed arounds are among the first rounds of institutional funding that accompany will receive an institutional funding means from a firm or an institution seed arounds are generally raised while the company's still young and working to traction and larger C drowns are becoming more and more common. In recent years a seat around typically comes after an angel or friends and family round. If you've raised on and before a company's series A, and because seed rows are getting so much bigger and venture capital so much more prevalent some companies now do precede rounds, which makes things even more confusing at away. We raise a two and a half million dollar seed round we raised their seed around pre product in pre launch which meant we had to come in with a strong idea a conviction that we were the team to execute on that and prototypes of what we're gonna launch. But we needed that seed around in order to place our first order with the factory some people, wait until they've launched or have more traction to do their seed, but it's increased. More common to do a see before you launch and do a series a post launch. So what's a series round series a and series bureau. Our funding rounds for earlier stage companies and reached on average between a few million dollars and maybe up to thirty million dollars. But that all really depends on the company, for example, our series A at away was eight point five million dollars and our series B was twenty million as your company grows, and you raise money from larger investors leaders investors who raise your series see may be an even D E or F R last round that we raised was our series C, and that was a fifty million dollar round. This is different for every company. But at every round investors will ask you what you're raising money for for us. We're raising our sea drown. So we could place the first big order the factory and get the business off the ground and really launch for our series. A? We'd already launched had seen some traction. And. We wanted to use that money to grow our team to experiment with retail stores and to expand their product line for later rounds. It was about taking the experiments that we've done in the pilots that were successful and using that money to really scale. You'll hear a ton of acronyms thrown around in these conversations, for example, Ube you to be or beauty company. This one should be pretty simple answer your either business to business or business to consumer. Are you ask company? And if so what's your are. That means are you a software as a service company, and if so what is your actual recurring revenue, and of course, NDA a nondisclosure agreement. This actually, isn't that typical for VC's to sign them because they see and hear so many pitches, but it's good to have on your radar. And then of course, you'll hear about unicorns. What is it unicorn? It's a startup it's valued at over one billion dollars. I know this seems like a lot of acronyms in a lot of weird words that you've never used before. But that's okay. I spent a ton of time immersing myself in different blogs, different podcasts, all of these resources are out there, and you don't have to guess all it takes is a quick Google to figure out what you're talking about. Thanks for listening to this episode of jump start presented by girl. Boss radio in partnership with Uber. Be sure to catch the next episode for more real talk on how to pitch a pro and ultimately make Bank. In the meantime, find me at at Jennifer and at away on Instagram to stay connected. Oh and hit the subscribe button. Now, your inner entrepreneurial, thank you.

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What Can You Do If Your U.S. Money Gets Mangled?

BrainStuff

04:45 min | 1 year ago

What Can You Do If Your U.S. Money Gets Mangled?

"Today's episode is brought to you by the capital one venture card the capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flights hotels the rental cars and more just book and pay for your travel using your venture card and redeemer miles toward the cost capital one. What's in your wallet. Credit approval required capital one bank u._s._a. N._a. Welcome to brainstorm production of iheartradio. Hey brain stuff. Lauren vogel bomb here. Let's say you get a little forgetful and leave your day planner with tickets to a baseball game in two hundred dollars in cash on the roof of your car and that they plan are just happens to fall fall off at a railroad crossing. Everything gets mangled when the four oh five freight train goes barreling through the crossing the baseball tickets are gone. The planner is a lost cause and all that's left. The cash is a chewed up twenty dollar bill. You can't possibly use it. Can you or can you most damaged u._s. Cash whether it's shredded by a train damaged in a flood or even if your dog eats it is covered through the u._s. department of treasury's bureau of engraving and printing or b._p. And specifically gli their mutilated currency redemption service but it takes a lot for a bank note to be considered mutilated bills that are dirty limp defaced torn or in other words more than one half intact. Don't go far enough the b._p. Defines mutilated currency as bills that have been quote severely damaged to the the extent that its value is questionable or security features are missing that means a twenty dollar bill from our railroad example is simply torn. It's no problem get out the tape even spend way but let's say you find a cache of cash buried in your yard. I mean that happens all the time right. The bills have deteriorated to the point that security thirty features such as the watermarks color shifting ink security thread or three d security ribbon are no longer visible or have been destroyed now. Things are a little more complicated implicated in cases like this again. This happens all the time right. You'd have to submit what's called a mutilated currency claim to the ep. It's basically a letter describing how the currency got damaged. You'd include. It's estimated value and other contact information including your banking information. You also need to send the money to the ep where they will examine it. This process can take anywhere from six months to three years depending on how complicated the case and how damaged currency the treasury department has guidelines on its website about how to package up the cash for shipping but in general you'll need to send it in the exact same condition. You found it if the currency was flat. Keep it that way if it was a role. Don't try to straighten it. One caveat defaced coins shouldn't be sent with paper currency coins go to the u._s. investment for evaluation and are not redeemable for cash value only the value of the metal. So how much can you get back for your damaged cash. That depends on what the b._p. Examiner fines treasury department regulations state the u._s. Currency can be exchanged for full value. If more than fifty percent of the bill is identifiable viable as u._s. Currency and enough of any relevant security features remain or if fifty percent or less of the bill is present and treasury examiners are convinced that the missing portions have been destroyed the u._s. treasury department handles about thirty thousand mutilated currency claims annually valued at more than thirty million dollars. The most common causes for damaged currency are fire water exposure to chemicals and explosives damage from rodents animals or insects and deterioration or petra fixation from barrio. Today's episode by patty rassmussen and produced by tyler claim brainstorm is production of iheartradio's stuff works for more on this must of other topics visit our home planet. How stuff works dot com and from podcast from iheart radio is iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows and we're back at the ron burgundy podcast season do baby the pressure team. What win do i brush my teeth. Whenever what else does on holidays and sometimes i forget. I'm not perfect smell of your breath breath. The smell of rare steak aged whiskey no carolina that doesn't bother me. Listen to the ron burgundy podcast on on apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you find your podcasts.

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