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When Former FBI Agent Steve Gray Began Seeing Rot in the Bureau
"Just want to remind people, so I've been to Quantico many, many times. And when Steve talks about what the FBI represented to him, he used these three words. Fidelity bravery integrity. He didn't choose those by accident because when you're in the main building for the new agents course, there is a plaque on the wall that instead of the classic FBI badge that says federal bureau of investigations, the letters FBI are transliterated into fidelity, bravery and integrity. So he didn't pick those at random. That's what the FBI's values should be, but we've seen, of course, that they are no longer that. You've been speaking out against your former employer. We're going to talk about what happened to you the consequences of your bravery doing that. But will you tell us when you think the rot began, Steve? So when did you stop perceiving that the 7th floor at the Hoover building was starting to do things that were politically motivated that was filtering down to the field offices in the RAs? Yeah, we first started noticing it when Comey took office. Comey is a leftist left leaning attorney. He's a leftist. He is personal friends with the Hillary Clinton and her entire family. These personal friends with Obama. We noticed it right then and there. And if it weren't for the bravery of Donald Trump, the fire this man, we would be really in terrible shape right now. I mean, we're in bad shape under ray. Unfortunately, he started out okay, but he has, he's basically in he's in save his job mode, where he doesn't want to rock the boat or do anything that's going to get him fired. So he's going to continue to tow the leftist line. But under the Comey years, we definitely noticed it. And if you look at the Hillary Clinton hit that you showed earlier, that's a prime example.
"three words" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Weapons. But he's running for his life. houston and cleveland. Classic cleveland formula seven rushing touchdowns in two games. Leads the nfl. They've rushed have the browns for one hundred fifty yards in their first two games by the way. This is great for baker. Mayfield because if you watch this game bakers. Completion percentage is over eighty percent because he's thrown on second four and third and two. And we said kevin's defence. He has created a formula and baker. Mayfield when he didn't have to play from behind or he's left to his own ad living in devices baker sign. He was very good yesterday. Although he's not a linebacker stopped. Trying to tackle people saints at panthers darnold golden rule as in matt rule sixty nine percent. Completion percentage averaging three hundred yards in the first two games accuracy increased. Mistakes have dropped. Matt rule is a really really special young coach and carolina vikings at cardinals miraculous minnesota meltdown. Well right now. Kind of maria. Second in the league in passing yards tied with tom. Brady for nine passing touchdowns and the vikings had it and missed a makeable field goal and arizona now and they need a break in that division there to no falcons at buccaneers another toment performance. First time in his career nine touchdown the first two weeks. He's never lost. a game. To the falcons nine and now he looks. I guess the word i would use comfortable. He looks really comfortable. And and how long brought this up. Gronk looked like an old guy last year. That's what happens when you're down that tampa humidity and son and you work out for six months. Drunk looks great grandkids. A real weapon again. And unlike the new england days when he got doubled e can't double them anymore so he's getting a lot of opportunities. Good for ob. Titans at seahawks king. Henry lives i ever home loss to start the season for pete carroll tenth game in his career with a hundred and fifty yards and a couple of touchdowns third all time. It may be a passing league but when that guy gets loose in the sector secondary it is like a refrigerator coming downhill and kids trying to stop it. Good luck cornerbacks. Try to tackle that guy. Because he's just as fast as you in weighs seventy pounds more cowboys at chargers. Another penalty flag different coach. Same chargers. La's i in the nfl in penalty yards twelve italy's for ninety nine yards two touchdowns by the chargers called back. I'm not sure of dallas one or the chargers beat the chargers chiefs at the ravens la marketable ending. Do you know that. Lamar lamar jackson has the third most rushing yards of any player in the league. That's insane he's different but i don't think he's nearly the inefficient passer. Everybody says because because of the running lanes and because of all this is. You're watching on television. He he owned the linebackers linebackers or frozen every snap linebackers. When you face the ravens are frozen and it opens up these wide gaps in the middle of the field. You're getting a lot of mark andrews a lot of open underneath routes because linebackers watch watch the chiefs linebackers. You're frozen the opposite of matt ryan. You can draw right into coverage with lamar. You're stuck and that half a second. Is that tight end getting a jump on you. Finally lions at packers return of rogers seventeen and five all time starter against detroit. Won four straight also. Aaron has been great on monday night football because he gets a chance to perform. He knows he's on television. He likes that. He likes the podium. I would be shocked if they didn't want not much shocks me in this league. I would be shocked if they didn't win. The question is can they generate a pass. Rush because jared goff comfortable jared. Goff is pretty effective. Jared goff now against the niners. Jared goff was facing discomfort. Pass rush so jared and has been prone to this can get more turnover prone. But jared goff with time to throw pretty good deliver distributor of the distributor of the football. Let's see how much time jared goff has to throw tonight that can make it competitive for the packers can't get pass rush of competitive football game. They will win but you'll have a competitive football game. It's all about the packers pass rush. If the packers loses game it will be anarchy. Aw anarchy i try not to. I'd like my blazing five bets. The win i. I wanna go into the with an open. Mind their players just in their players. I wanna see perform well. I don't wanna see justin. Herbert throw renzo decks. Joe borough like. I don't want to see him throw three picks on three place but in terms of games. I like the last night if kansas city a beaten baltimore. Maybe it's better leave for us today. Because lamar just again can't beat mahomes. 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"three words" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"News. Well that's the news and thanks for stopping by heard lie. It is so thursday. We have panthers and texans texans with the backup it. It is funny. I watch tyrod taylor yesterday and bridgewater and endemic to a large degree. Sometimes you just have to be boring. Just calm the tyrod taylor just completes. He never misses a lamp. You give them a guy open. Tyrod knocking do spectacular stuff. But like when i watch teddy bridgewater good players teddy. Never misses the lamp. Now going to give you a lot over the top but it's amazing how that works like you'd think this game is all fireworks but a lot of it's just like dak yesterday just hit the open. Dues ask if he would like a nice boring game mack jones by the way yesterday. Yep mack jones in two games. What does he have one touchdown pass. I mean there's just is making no mistake him. Nope just we talked about. This does as it up. They're going to win. Just don't rector mercedes defense good coach. Good coordinator good online. 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Patriot jets major jet lag. Zach wilson quarterback. I player in the last thirty years to throw three picks in his first five attempts. Stop showing off. Stop doing johnny manziel. Take the easy completions denver. Jacksonville teddy is steady. Bridgewater second in the entire league in completion percentage. No turnovers never misses the layup there. He had some pressure. Denver's got really nice weapons tied end aligns. Okay perimeter weapons back. This is a really really the top ten roster in the league now they have grown up running it buffalo at miami no dolphin sightings dolphins offense thirtieth in the league in yards thirty first in points. We said you better move off to a. He's not special. And josh allen is by the way. The bills with josh allen have won six straight against miami scoring at least thirty one points. They knew josh allen was giving them nightmares. They still stuck with two niners at eagles. Now that hurts jalen hurts. Fifty three percent completion percentage and as of right now jalen hurts is two four as a starter. They're going to give them this year. But that's where we stand right now. Two and four as starter. Rams at colts can't trust carson. Listen carson wentz leads the nfl and giveaways since the start of last season fumbles didn't love all the play calling yesterday at the goal line but he's just reckless and sloppy. Can't be if you want to win. In this league raiders. At steelers offense looked pit if oh okay. Last year the steelers were thirty. First in rushing or this year the thirty first and last year there were last and they got nausea harris. So there's an offensive line issue. They've been outgained by two hundred thirteen yards in the first two games. I still can't get over how they beat buffalo This offense is just inefficient. It's kind of chase klay pool dominant. Ben looks old and has how long said you get old fast like you wake up in your old. He looks really old. Bengals at bears burrowed in pocket right now. He doesn't have time to throw last two games. Joe bertelsmann sakhnin times. They're twenty-seventh in passing yards a game. I like him. They got nice.
"three words" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"To the investigation. Tell us that he was a female. Co ed late teens to early twenties. We'll have more. Hello henry have you heard just now on the radio on campus. it has all the side utility. Can't be sure. But as of right now. In books like spring you jack is back strawberry spring starring garrett hedlund and milo ventimiglia produce quite audio media and iheart. Radio listened to strawberry spring on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts joy with the news this is the third line news team. I think we're all going to be safely right about is the jacksonville. Jaguars not not not great. Well i guess jacksonville fans were expecting big things this year rights be excited about it but i don't know about expectations. But you know you can't talk to fans. Urban meyer and trevor lawrence are not having a great start into smother teams around the league that are own to as well happens but it's been a little rough two games and urban is urging fans not to give up on them just yet prima oh from myself our staff and our players. Thanks her being eric. Don't give up on us hanging there with us. We're going to get better and the one thing about Jacksonville and then. I don't four go sleep owners not going to be any group work harder to get this thing flipped. It's two games into the season. Well last week. We were talking about leaving after one loss to the houston texans and now. It's like to the fan base jacksonville. Giants you're not gonna get this year but just let that go down slowly development year. They've stripped down to the bare bones. Were you know expectations of the scene. Whatsoever yeah i mean i think what we all understood is it was going to be bad. How would urban. Who just doesn't lose games. How would he handle losing. Because you can't free cash several lawrence escapes either right but i think trevor is more chill. Urban is very intense. And it's like okay. You're gonna lose games. you may be own sex. You can't be barking at players like this. Is you know because urban 's college careers fascinating even more. So the nick sabin. He turned everything around joy immediately. Bowling green utah. Florida ohio state like in the first year. So he's never had a bad year. Nick sabin at michigan state at lsu. Even his first year in alabama. You're like this clunky like urban. Never had that. He turned four places around remember. He took over ohio state. They were six and seven. They went twelve like so he's never had he's never he's never dealt with the suffering no like in by the way he's a great coach but it's not the. Nfl is a whole different ballgame. You can't block up front. You know like right now. They don't have a pass rush and their in their protection for trevor is incredibly spotty. So that takes two drafts into free agency periods. Just to get the lines run thing is. This is a process. You've got to be patient with this here so fans if you're bailing after two games good news for you. Fill out my switched allegiances. Yeah it's gonna be a process as it should be what you wanna see in this year from. Jacksonville is a little bit of progress towards the end of the season. remember. Brian floors first game. Dolphins coach Baltimore drop like a fifty burger on him and the first september. It's going to be ugly. But i will say they got a couple of games. I think they have cincinnati coming up. They should be able to compete in that game. Well andy dalton was forced to leave the bears game yesterday with an injury clearing the way for justin feels to get extended playing time. He was six of thirteen for sixty yards interception. He said after the game. He wasn't pleased with his performance. The bears dig it the win. Twenty seventeen field says that was compared to start next week. If don't miss out. Yeah this was not a not a beautiful game. Borough had oh boy that he really struggled he was yeah it was great he through multiple interceptions. A back to back to back. Yeah thrown just five interceptions in ten games and six picks in his final season with lsu. he hadn't thrown an interception in his previous one hundred and ninety nine. Which was the longest active streak in the nfl at the time. So you had three interceptions yesterday two touchdowns as well but it was just. It's very uncharacteristic. Listen i remember tom brady. And i'm not not analogous. Br i remember brady going on the road. One time at buffalo and having four right in the middle here. You're gonna have josh allen last week. You're gonna have terrible. Sunday's this is not college like i don't care brady. Last year had two terrible sundays. So you just what you have to do. Is what lamar jackson did last night. A terrible first. Half through too bad picks. It's oh don't let the first half in the second. And so like joe burley's yes like joe borough. I think had three straight interceptions on three pounds. Yeah okay this is going to happen. Another four or five times in your career. He just had a bad bad court. Yeah unfortunately ended up in a loss for them. So but i don't. This is not characteristic of how he plays now. Andy dalton had an mri and is reportedly confirmed as a bone bruise in his knee. So no official determination made if he's going to play next week matinees adult as a starter if he's healthy but it's going to be a day to day thing to see if he's going to be available for the next game. So the packers were the subject of heavy scrutiny. After they're ugly week. One loss to the saints during his availability on friday. Matt leflore was still getting questions about that game and he is over. It is like you'd like to revisit the new orleans saints quite a bit. We any detroit. Lions questions happens happens when you go out there and what i stay away from this. What is it about eleven points. Facts that the packers are favored by twelve. That's a lot of points in the nfl. Even for the lion. I'm i want to see the kneecap eater. I wanna watch jared goff and dan campbell tonight. I don't care if it's a blowout. I sat through that horrible niner eagle game yesterday and that was dragged. It was awful. I don't care. I like these. Just give me a good first half and by the way. I watch cleveland texans yesterday. That's good football game. it wasn't good football game. Protections are terrible. Tyrod taylor's classic. Well yes and they got injured so they'll be bad thursday. Yes but he's a grownup. You're not you're not going to give the game away. No he's not this. That's too many points for me. To just i can't do it my spirit but i'm very interested in this game. Your philosophy is when you have a good team that gets smashed. Always play back. They play better matt floors. Obviously tired of talking about it so in that locker probably like okay. It happens is move forward and let's go out and let everybody know who we are. Never bet big favorites. I would be i never do. I may bet the packers when you get humiliated. I do think that they are going to come out and shut everybody. I think it's gonna be fourteen. Nothing five minutes in. Yeah and i may not as bad as they look against the same and if you look at what happened with the saints this week like i want to make you the season as weird. I guarantee you green bay scores. I tonight. I don't know if the i'm sure there's a score. Yeah they'll be so finely tuned on their opening drive they probably have nine place scripted trick. Play forty five seconds..
"three words" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Strawberry spring based on a short story by stephen king is someone there. There was a murder mcandrew. Hello heavier just now in the radio. Campus bringing you jack. Back produced by auto media and iheartradio listened to strawberry spring on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your cod. Cast don't miss out on the top stories from the best insiders around the nfl. I'm your host rhett lewis. Send on the nfl inside. Report podcast. I'll go around the league for in-depth analysis in storytelling with a multitude of exclusive. Nfl insiders getting unmatched access game. Recaps the biggest news in depth. Storytelling that take you beyond the headlines. Multiple times per week all on the nfl inside report. Podcast listened to nfl inside report on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts buzzed. Oh yeah yeah. He's starting with the whoops. Good thing is he knows what he's buzzed. No you're buzzed warning signs call for ride when it's time to go home buzzed. Driving is drunk driving a message from nitsa and the ad council. Thanks for listening to the heard. Podcast be sure to catch us. Live every weekday from twelve to three eastern nine to noon pacific on fox sports radio and s one. Find your local station for the hurt at fox. Sports radio dot com or stream. It live every day on the iheartradio app by searching heard. You're listening to fox sports radio. Good debbie how long played for thirteen years super bowl champs hall of famer and eight time. Pro bowler is raiders. Now boy. I whipped on that. I just did not. I didn't see it going in the right direction. You know joy. You and i talked about this. They won like gruden one. Like six and seven and eight and now you're like they're improving every year. Well they could very easily start three now. If you decide to me. They opened with the ravens. And at the steelers out of set. In fact i did on my little pocket thing i did. Oh and too and now the former raider howie long. Nfl on fox for joining. I will say this. Derek carr went to fresno state. We don't pay any attention to him. He didn't come in with a profile. But i watch that game yesterday how he outperformed big. Ben moved around drew henry rugs now looks like he can play a little bit. What your interpretation of what. You've seen from the raiders afar henry rugs in the witness protection program out there in vegas where him rugs go. I you know to me the thing that opens the whole offense up the running game the underneath. I mean they targeted waller nineteen times week. One he is you know and and you could make the same case for walk. I mean waller is as dynamic and talented tight ends. We have the league and we saw that on display last night. Obviously kansas city but henry rugs gives you something that i think every offense sneezes he breaks the huddle he's out wide he throws the fear of god into your secondary sure equal. Change the game. One play and i haven't seen enough of that night. I think with dare. You ought to couple things one you gotta win and you know when we talk about the great quarterbacks in you know we can go down the list. They all have one thing in common. They all win again. We're all uber. Competitive there demonstrative. They they demand. Excellence from the minute. They walk in the building to right through sunday. And they're the same way monday through friday and saturday I think when you have a head coach who's also larger than life as jon. Gruden is i think you know the numbers of their their car that come from behind wins yardage the completion percentage all that the next step is winning. And i think you know when you win. I think people will come and build it. they'll come. They opened the stadium up with fans for the first time and was in was made week. One victory i think in many ways that can kind of i think snowball. It has snowball effect. When you win that kind of game come from. Behind last play. The game bulk quartz had success with the blitz they go zero blitz. They know the call they pick it up. It's one man route cards under pressure. He makes the throw the toy made. Rugs let's yesterday was amazing. Yeah so. I watch. Kansas city in the first two weeks. And you know we know. Between andy reid mahomes and kelsey. I don't worry about that side of the ball. But i've also watched for two weeks in a row. The browns and the ravens make moms spectator. Is that just. Because cleveland and baltimore are the two best run teams in the league. Or do you see when you watch kansas city. Do you see a team that will stop everybody from running the ball you know. I think that's a really good point. I i think the two teams you're talking about the browns the ravens the ravens. They have a three hundred pound fullback. They're not fooling. Anyone was what they wanna do. The more jackson is dynamic runner. It's it's as unique in offense as you've run in the nfl and everyone you have to have a plan in. Everyone needs to be in position. And and then he gets you in space and space could be two three yards and he makes great. Athletes look ordinary and I think both those quarterbacks last night are two of the most uber competitive quarterbacks in football they just competitiveness just loses out of both of them. And i think at times they take chances in that flip in the end zone certainly i. I'd be having a conversation of in the end zone but you know at the end of the game. You know john harbaugh he. He made the decision. that through. Whatever you wanna call the numbers and he asked the question. I think it was a rhetorical question. Lamar you wanna go for it. And he did the same thing versus seattle a couple of years ago and he knew the answer to the question. And lamar knows and he's comfortable with the fact. That like patrick mahomes. I want the ball in my hands and it's easy right now on on. You know on monday and say in second guests handing the ball offered you have to trust you running back and now you're in field go position at the end of the game. It's tempting just not to take the ball out of pat. Owns his hands although both those quarterbacks because they're so competitive and they're so competent they both made big mistakes During the course that game yesterday so the. Nfc west has explosive arizona Russell and seattle the rams a forty niners defense is just shut teams down if i if i i mean the whole division. Is there a team in that division though that you think their style wears well for seventeen weeks if i said to you. Let's go to week. Thirteen fourteen because you know big band looks old now in week two. How don't even want to see him in week. Fourteen but is there a snow. Is there a style in the nfc west that you think. The style wears better long-term earth to go back to big bent one of my favorite players to watch over.
"three words" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"In their first six drives. They got one way to win the they're going to dominate teams with mediocre offensive lines. But man the steelers offense is not pretty philadelphia arizona. Serianni looks serious. Listen matt ryan was held one hundred and thirty six passing yards and he's got a good old line. The eagles out gained atlanta one. Hundred seventy four yards. That's more than any team. Outgained any other team road game. Jalen hurts biggest. Start be honest. it was something cleveland. Kansas city can't meet mahomed. that's pretty funny. The browns had the ball. Midfield minute sixteen left chance to take the lead. Beg couldn't do it happens chiefs of one nine of their last eleven games when trailing green bay at new orleans jeopardy's still available. Aaron rodgers would have had a higher passer rating had. He spiked the ball on every play. I am not making that up. The green bay packers three points lowest scoring team in the entire league. That's with aaron. Devante and aaron jones denver at the giants giant question marks the giants offensive. Line folks is awful. Eleven of the thirty four dropbox. When the broncos rushed four or fewer they created pressure miami at new england to a taking steps. I mean he's eighty three as a starter. I've gotta give him credit eleven games. He's won eight. Ain't pretty chicago. At the rams roll out the welcome mat that stafford all of his starts in his career his highest passer rating one fifty six. Say that he's got some nice weapons cooper robert woods. They got weapons. You got a very good offensive line clever coach and tonight baltimore at vegas now. Hiring running backs ravens lost three in the preseason. Now the good news is they had sift six different running. Backs lead them in rushing last year. So they're not overly dependent on gus. Edwards adjusts hillary jk dobbins. They're not dependent. I mean they're they they come out with a lot of different people they picked up devante. Murray davis marietta by band. They signed levian belts. Okay so it's it's they're throwing stuff out there. But they're not generally reliant outside lamar on one back the mark ingram going. They still ran the ball. Affectively discover match all the cash. Back you earn your credit card. End of the first year automatically go to discover dot com slash. Yes and if you wanna tankless water heater. Get a navien. Tankless made simple dot com. Tankless made dot com fifteen year limited warranty. Great monday mike silver so much information carson palmer michael vick lucky are we college and pro football. The fans are back nice. Speak for yourself on a monday coming up. Next ben river sportsbook is ready to make this football season one to remember all season long. You can score at bet river sportsbook with free bats. Aunts buse and more player props thousands of game lines in live in game. Betting bet river sportsbook delivers a best in class sports betting experience and has an experienced customer service team to back it up. Visit bet river sportsbook today and bet this football season with a local trusting that puts you first go to bed rivers dot com and be a winner presented by rivers casino. Portsmouth must be twenty. One play in virginia only gambling problem. Call one eight eight eight five three two three five zero zero. If natural disaster comes knocking how prepared is your family. You can't just close the door on earthquakes floods or hurricanes and hope they go away. That's why it's important to make a plan now. Ready dot gov slash plan has the tools and tips. You need to prepare your family for an emergency so disaster shows up at your doorstep. You'll be ready. Visit ready dot gov slash plan and make a plan today brought to you by fema and the ad council..
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"Sascha you. First of all tells a story about behind his saturday. Yeah well basically. Is it online dating for a long time. Pretty much is ten years on and off now all the time Yeah and so. When i came to sign up my photography business i was. I wanted to specialize niche as as as kind of makes sense for business on. I miss elected back. Oh my online. Dating days by. Because i'm a visual person and i'm so i can't scott the time the columnist of hartman. I kind of recognize the importance in skylight. They just use a massive photo when they want to market something. I really strong powerful fight catches. Your eye really really stops. She's makes you stop into tracks and look at it and might have three words without photo like believing better or something. And i was just like. Wow okay. imagine if you translate it that dayton price file how like powerful could be rather than the usual. Saudi larry fatos and that tonight of copy on agreeing off that basically and this was back in twenty thirteen so i did the research and november staying any while. I thought that's kinda vault because to me. It might so much sense benefits. Because i was a visual person is in king this is just kind of occurrence the people while i'm going to give it a guy so i did that and then at the beginning. Was this log like first year. It was this hard slog like giggling it because it was saying and me having a blocking across all the dating apps and things like that guy. Hey this thing you could get an. You can be ahead of the cub. If everyone else is using rubbish that you'll know you're really gonna stand out cypher. Not kind of grow and grow and then we have exploited yet lights up like on the yeah expanded to the sites as well. So it's yeah it's been. It's been busy times anymore now. Busy money
"three words" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Not standing pat spent two hundred eighty eight million free agents. That's a huge number in crazy. Two hundred eighty eight million. who are they. I mean seriously. A new tackle. Trent brown janis smith. Hunter henry tight ends nelson aga- lar- kendrick born then. They drafted a quarterback. They're all in lotta new faces. Most on offense dolphins will to a triumph. They had the fewest big play touchdowns in the nfl last year. That's a concern. They only had five touchdowns or twenty plus yards. That's the concern. Would to you gotta pop for a big play now. They didn't get will fuller and they drafted jalen waddell. That will help to a was six. And three is a starter. Jets just to dysfunctional. Lost nine games by double digits in the last five years. They've had no skill players. Make the bowl. I do like joe. Douglas the gm. I like his last two drafts. But they had the worst point differential of any team in the league last year minus two hundred fourteen. It is still in the early stages of a rebuild ravens baltimore breakthrough listen only team to rank top five last year in third down offense and third down defense. They're very good situationally. They are not as dynamic passing the ball as many other teams but they returned ten of eleven defensive starters. I worry about their pre season running back injuries. That worries me steelers ban awhile rothlisberger. Thirty nine entering his eighteenth season. They say he's in the best shape of his life but a new offensive coordinator fo line being rebuilt any average a career. Low six point three passing yards per attempt. What does that tell you tells. You doesn't have a ton of time to throw when he does throw. That's what it tells you. Bengals not average joe. Borough got sick thirty two times in ten games but he passed for three hundred or more yards in half his starts. Why is that noteworthy. Because they had a battle line so to be able to be that productive with that. Poor of an offensive line is a significant number of the kid. Comply brown's ready to bake baker mayfield though thirtieth completion percentage twenty four th in passing yards a game. I'm not worried about the passing yards. Because odell beckham returns. That number will pick up. He's gotta be more accurate. And i think defense did a great job to manage baker out of his living. He's not as athletic as he thinks he starts had living. There's trouble but they got a bunch of defensive starters. But i like what i see chargers. Herbert fully loaded. The highest passer rating is almost unheard of of any quarterback in the league last year. Ninety nine point four as a rookie and he was under constant duress and four new offensive. Line starters but simply put justin. Herbert was the best. Rookie quarterback statistically in league history. That's amazing behind a battle. Line chiefs chief concern protection. Four new starters oil line worry a little about their red zone defense but it all comes down. Can they sense early on that front raiders. Just win maybe gruden's nineteen and twenty nine in three seasons. The disturbing trend is. They're pretty good. In september october fall off a cliff in november. Some of that could be lack of depth on the roster it is not a derek carr issue. He has been the life preserver on this boat. Broncos mile high mystery most turnovers in the league. Teddy bridgewater abridged quarterbacks. Now starting we're just not quite sure what we're going to get texans. Texas sized mass four toughest schedule new head coach. Who's never even been a coordinator. Lowest projected win total by fox bat. Looks like they're kind of tanking to top defensive players traded before the season titans tennessee's days returned twelve of twenty two starters tied for the fewest in the league. I am down on them. New coordinators both sides of the ball. That would worry me colts. 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"three words" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
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I'm gloria stefan performer. I've been married for forty two years have two children one grandson and five dogs. Listen to read tabletop via stefan's as part of the mike duda podcast network available on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts news this is the third line side. Believe that we will win believe that we will win last night. Was that no one men's national team. Oh the honduras yes by the way. The first half was discouraging. Did you notice what was interesting was there. Subs did all the scoring like the wrong. Starting group out there yet. it was. It was a wild night. It was it was fun to watch on twitter because for as much as we all argue with each other all day about everything that we can't agree on anything when it comes to our football teams men's and women's we are all in and we are stressed out and that was stressful. Last night. i didn't play weston mckennie. They had two of their starters. Weren't there they had a very interesting team is that i just don't feel dynamic in the midfield. I don't think we create much and a first half it was ugly. It was blake pressures on after missing the world cup in two thousand eighteen and after two consecutive draws opened the qualifying rounds. The us finally got a win last night against honduras they did start off. Slow and trailed one nothing leading to three substitutions at the half which you mentioned but the star of the match eighteen year old ricardo peppy who scored a goal and had two assists in his debut and they roared back four. Two one win. Pepe committed to play for the mexico just two weeks ago significant it is and also in the second minute. Christian pulisic was substituted off. He hurt his ankle. It looked serious. He needed treatment. After a challenge and then fell the ground after trying to sprint on a dribble so going to have to monitor that obviously anthony robinson ricardo peppy brendan aaronson and sebastian legit all scored so we have five points and three matches of the fourteen world qualifying matches so though they'll play the next qualifying cycle on october seventh that starts to play jamaica panama and costa rica so they are third in the standings behind mexico and canada. The top three teams qualify for the world cup four -sition qualified off of intercontinental playoff. So in a good situation now not great. Good situation pressure still on but that was a nice nice confidence boosting win and they overcame. I like to see if you start slow. It's a little struggle. it's clunky overcome. that's what i like to see to me. That's growth so. I was in curbs encourage last night. My being too optimistic no i mean i just think i worry about weston mckennie. What where. He's one of our top three young players. And i just did a head. Shaking that game against match against canada was a wasted opportunity. Yes yes that was. But i like the recovery boys. Let's keep going so. Baker mayfield is eligible for contract extension with the browns team has not made any substantial contract talks with him yet. That doesn't seem to be an issue for baker though supporters in the plan all along and both sides are cool with entering the season with out a deal in place. They picked up his fifth year. Option for twenty twenty two. Well he was a number-one pick so he he did make decent money. Yes and he's well liked. Consider the commercial money. And all that. Although i mean cleveland's not a big market right so like when you talk dallas when people were talking about this with dallas. There's some value to being the quarterback dallas cowboys which you could definitely argue if you are the jones family like. Hey you know it's funny. We always dallas cowboys in the world. It's always funny. We always call like certain cities small market. So cleveland has the rock and roll hall of fame baseball team an nba team. An nfl team. I do not that small now. They're not that smart of major air for markets in dallas. Right there but you know it's funny everybody now like in baseball. It's like oh minneapolis. Minnesota is a small market team. Minnesota's got more fortune. Five hundred companies been all but about five cities in the country like cnn. They say that about pittsburgh elvis. There's a major corporations every university carnegie mellon. They got major universities. You sit research center. Morris pittsburgh's baseball's got a problem and it's called no salary cap so when pittsburgh minneapolis and seattle or called small markets in denver those are not small markets. Those are international destinations. Were corporate hubs. Cleveland's not that small. No it's not but but when you're talking about marketing generally you think dallas. La new york jealous miami. But like. I don't really like to consider that as a part of you know what baker is going to make like. That's that's not necessarily what he does for a living. Is those commercials. Although louis does have a lot of them. I don't think this is a bad situation for baker to be and we were talking about earlier there sort of tears. There's guys you know are automatically josh allen just in herbert yeah yes but like the argument is should what should he paid and should he make this a should he make that the market dictates what you make if if it's set at a certain level for a certain type of player you're probably going to make around that and sometimes you'll make more than that even if you're not necessarily as good of a player as that player that was paid because the next gets more and so on and so forth generally. That's how it works. Even in the salary catholic. It's gonna go up for quarterbacks. The market's been set but for baker like the argument. He's not patrick mahomes. Well yeah. Nobody's patrick mahomes. Except for patrick mahomes. Yeah then. Nobody's tom brady except for tom brady. There's aaron rodgers. there's not that many guys. So what are your options. baker. Mayfield as winning games. He is completely bought in an embrace that city. They love they love him. There's extreme value in that if you're an organization he doesn't have to be. Do you think the question is Dj daniel jeremiah. Bucky brooks this. Confetti guy could you win a super bowl with baker. May well if you had the right pieces around him. I believe that you could and if you can. I'm probably closer to know. But matt ryan came within a catch from julian edelman and i never saw matt ryan confetti guy but anyway i mean maybe what matt ryan contract is joe. Flacco and nick foles. Were confetti guys. So yes baker would be confetti. Got so if you feel like you can win a super bowl yes. All things considered baker may foles change. Everything i mean seriously. I mean joe. Flacco is a good argument for that too because joe flacco nick foles a backup. Joe flacco is legitimate. There's this wasn't twenty years ago. The game was passing league when flacco on it. And when nick foles want it so yes i mean there's kirk cousins. I don't see a confetti guy. he's the line there mean. He's the long that's very. Yeah he's the he's the guy. He's the last quarterback. Derek kharami could be a confetti guy. Kirk is the most talented guy in the league that you don't think i don't think so. I think baker falls into that and damn darnold.
Power, Money, and Ego With Teddy Schleifer
"Are a part of a team that is releasing a new media. Publication called the puck. Website puck dot news. And i couldn't help start the conversation. And when i went to the website it's simply says a new media company covering power money and ego and those three words i think Elicit all kinds of emotional responses from people power money and ego But you've been writing about a lot of the stuff for a while. Where does the personal fascination or interests come from in covering some of these topics so in some ways. The role is very big and in some ways. It's very small What what. I mean by that is there. Are you know. Three hundred and fifty million people in the united states But a very small number of people have enormous amount of influence in american society. People who like you know. I think lots of listeners might not even know their names if you look at the floors four hundred list from time to time. I'm always Humor that like how many people even as someone who covers billionaires. I have never heard of you know people who have thirty forty billion dollars who made their money in some got awful boring industry Who have enormous amount of assets and can convert that into political influence rob against wince Influence in just kind of in public life more so pucks. Kind of central conceit is that the world is actually driven by a small number of people And that there is a big world that is governed by people in hollywood people in washington people on wall street people in silicon valley And that ultimately that that world needs to be a unspoiled for the rest of us to understand and these rather also. I feel like often very are treated as isolated power sectors right people in hollywood who cover hollywood really wealthy people on wall street. Who covered the or system really. Well you know. I've covered silicon valley This is actually really one world right. The people on wall street have influenced in washington. People washington or regular people in silicon valley and silicon valley is attacking hollywood and creeping on kind of traditional studios. So one of the other ideas of pop is that. Let's let's kind of narrow the synapse here and try to really uncover this as one world
"three words" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Paul george last five games again. Thirty two points. a game. Eight rebounds shooting forty five percent on threes earlier. Al harrington told us he's a gym rat. Jim rats usually work through their issues and funny when leonard got hurt my first instinct was. They're doomed but cohen. Paul george are both great wings that defend and so it's not like they went from being great in the wing to not having one. They still had paul. George a seven time all star and this point they are good enough without kawhi to at least get through utah. Utah jazz face. The music best record in the west over the last five regular seasons but haven't advance past the conference semis in the last fifteen years. They don't blame quin snyder. They have a huge issue. They've gotta get solved in. That is day. Do not have elite wing defenders or frankly dependable athletic wing. Scores bogdonovich can hit threes. But they they are very independent they are also if you keep rudy gobert on the floor you have a non offensive threat and that is increasingly difficult. When you're facing these clippers in your face and the sons in denver and a lot of these teams went healthy can score. So there are some limitations to their personnel Gobert is a great defensive player. He's a little. Like ben simmons an offensive liability and donovan. Mitchell got banged up. who's their second guaranteed athletic score. Denver nuggets sons in four simple as that. Yokich was great but no nugget average more than sixteen points or average more than six rebounds in a series now. The good news is jamal. Murray comes back. Michael order really good. Can you depend on him but jamal. Murray injury pretty much sealed their fate milwaukee bucks greek freak peak after going down. O two janas was a monster thirty four a game. Fourteen rebounds fifty six percent from the floor and this is important. He was super aggressive at the end of games. You could see lost confidence. Remember that moment against james harden late in the game when he he avoided contact. He did a fall away jumper on harden because he didn't want to end up at the free throw line. He was aggressive. He's just good enough at the free. Throw line atlanta hawks birds of trae first team since the ninety four pacers to make the conference final with no all stars and they've got a lot of solid guys six different players average ten plus during the series against the sixers. Now trae young averaged twenty nine. So i do feel like to become a championship team. They've got to have one more nightly eighteen to twenty point a game guy. You know like a paul george guy. They're not gonna get paul. George but i don't think it's a championship team. I think they faced an offensively deficient new york knicks team and chemistry deficient sixers team. I do think they've met their match. I think milwaukee is much bigger and more physical and more seasoned. And i think milwaukee disposes of atlanta in pretty quick order philadelphia. Seventy sixers bust the process. They haven't got past the conference. Semis in nineteen twenty years ben. Simmons attempted seriously three total shots in the fourth. Quarter in this series against the hawks by the way none in the last four game. So you've got you're going to have to break it up. I think portland and golden state. There's value with ben simmons if you surround him with guys who can shoot. He's long he can defend he can handle the ball. Got nice vision. There's a lot going on that works. But he is clearly not a number one. He cannot be a number one. He's not dependable. Can he be a two. that's yet to be seen. He could possibly be a great three. If you give him to shooters what you can't have is. What philadelphia does a dominating big that clogs the lane. 'cause we're he has to score is at the rim brooklyn nets eight games together. I mean big. Three played fourteen games together all year. Six and two in the regular season with the fellas five and one in the playoffs the other issue. Which is i think we all know this. This is not some revelation they have a one hundred and twenty two million dollars against the cap next year between hardened durant and kyrie so seventy eight percent of their money is spent. So what you're going to need is what the when you go to a third great player golden state or miami. You've gotta take guys willing to take a pay cut. That's not going to be young players. You gotta find a shape batty. A mike miller array alma. Just they want rings you know. They want to be on television. In june golden state. Can you. can you get an andre iguodala. Somebody that's a stay around for a couple years because he wants to win games so i think brooklyn. It's pretty obvious they're never going to have a great bench and the problem with that is twofold one. A good bench matters like phoenix's bench yesterday. Shot over fifty percent and sixty minutes. The bench for brooklyn did not make a basket. You know in game seven. There's a difference the problem when you have three stars not only. Do you have virtually no bench but you force. Your three stars often veteran players with lots of wear on their tires to play massive minutes. What happened k. D. steph broke down what happened d. wade broke down. What happens kyri and hardened breakdown so when you go big with three stars bad bench you force your stars to play more minutes and unless you have like a lebron james who until recently never got hurt. It's a dilemma. All right. Good stuff today. Nba playoffs a fund. The us open fun to watch some soccer this weekend as well and You know here. We are a couple of things. I don't think it's everything. But i do think it is something. Let's not downplay how valuable this is. Aaron rodgers i know this sounds pithy and insignificant has joined the green bay country club four this year. Now he didn't he didn't join it forever and it's not a lot of money and he's a very wealthy man but it tells me and less. Aaron is trolling people. he he is returning to camp. Why because the best gulf months our fourth of july to labor day in wisconsin. It's a beautiful place to golf. Crisp cool nights will. He wouldn't join this if he was holding out of camp and going to arrive in september where now the season underway. And he's catching up. You join this. If you're going to move back there your golf. They don't do two days anymore. Errands got time to go. Hit the links. I know it sounds pithy. 'i know it doesn't sound like anything this tells me. He's going to return to camp seriously. Tom brady put his house up for sale. It was the ultimate tell. I'm eventually moving on so green bay. There you go and for the record. 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"three words" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"I should say the way they describe it. Is everything that you think of. James bond actually e squadron of the sas. Do if you know anything about the kind of person actually who is a cia field operative or an m. i six undercover operative there. They're really a lot more brains than than brawn. But if you're thinking about the independent individual intelligence gatherer who can handle him or herself in an alley a streetfight armed or unarmed. Then you're probably thinking of the sas e squadron which which do operate under the rubric of the uk's foreign office state department much as the american delta force will often do missions that are in the interests of the cia the have their own armed force. The i have a direct action branch. And it's sort of jokingly called the ve often cia but when they absolutely positively have to have boots on the ground of of guys who can go in to a non permissive environment and then get the hell out they will go to delta force extremely common mission for delta force for pentagon to help this well same with same with the british The east quadrant used to be called the revolutionary warfare wing which was sort of a bit of naming name convention subterfuge even know the name was never ever supposed to get out. And what what the What eastward they do is they use male and female a lot female operatives to things like for instance in twenty eleven they were on the ground in tripoli as the libyan uprising was happening. They were on the ground doing support for nato air operations they were also getting you know direct assessments of of qaddafi. Viability is really gonna go and all this and the sas they have a history going back to world war two and while it was done Haphazardly world war two. It was discovered by by the british farm and by the predecessor. The the us that women have a better capacity for remaining undetected and in the background in trouble areas. The the primary thing being as a safe you send a bunch of blokes. They're going to stand out. But if you have a capable female and the cia knows this as well. You have a highly capable and highly trained female and she. She can blend in to to the to the ditch to the indigenous population. Your your chances of getting away. Undetected are far better than than the chaps. The leaked list which includes names of nearly twelve hundred. Corporals is said to have been circulated amongst soldiers on what's app a former. Sas sergeant said. This leak has put lives at risk. It's a gift. Anyone tried to track or attack or infiltrate these units. Some of the troops with unusual surnames can be found online within seconds. There is a good reason for keeping their names secret. These terrorists and hostile states. Who would like to do is harm. The army said the chevy said the league was being investigated and it would be inappropriate to comment further at this time..
"three words" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"This is what they're doing. They're measuring the vaccinations. They're not counting. You well okay. Cdc in may may nineteenth less than a month ago. Cdc updated estimated disease burden of covid nineteen. What that means is how many people have had is the full impact of the disease. Cd provides estimates of covid nineteen infections symptomatic illnesses hospitalizations using a statistical model blah blah blah blah blah. Here here is the estimated total infections. One hundred fourteen million estimated symptomatic illnesses these the people that developed symptoms 'cause they had the cove it and recovered. Are you ready. Three hundred and thirty million people united states right ninety seven point one million had it now is the. Cdc is counting. This and these are the ones that that were either hospitalized or were told by a hospital. Yeah you have it go home. Get under a blanket. Drink water take ibuprofen. You know comeback if your if your fever is over one hundred and four or whatever as you might expect Zero to seventeen years old virtually immune eighteen to forty nine. The estimate is at fifty five million. People were infected forty seven million. were symptomatic. now here's here's the gap between what we do know. And what and what. The cdc's accounting is forty seven million point. Four were symptomatic. One point three million hospitalized. Everyone else i died. A were missing mass graves. Everyone else stated home. And as rodney peete says grunted it out and this is the part where they the. Cdc estimates that a little over one third of americans notwithstanding the vaccine a little bit one third of americans were were infected and symptomatic and have recovered. And and so. I don't know if i need to shoot this link to dr ferrara or not but it it may be a as as we've been saying for months i'm using the royal either That they're not factoring in when they determine herd immunity. They're not factoring in those of us. Who had it and now have natural immunity. So there's that So as we talked about last week there was the a chinese scientists just weeks after the admission that human to human transmission was possible at chinese scientists from the wuhan institute for allergy applied for kobe nineteen vaccine patent and it may have cost him his life. we'll we'll come back with that a little bit because The foreign intelligence services have very ominous warning about anybody with information about the leak of the virus from the wuhan institute of technology that there seems to be a purge of staffs that either work there or at at related facilities They're in china Back in the second dark. replace. Brian suits in here. It's eleven. kfi am six forty live everywhere on the iheartradio app Now.
"three words" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"The bloomberg today about how unprepared. The united states is critical infrastructures from energy to well as we saw this belief three weeks ago it was. You know. A gas pipeline. I didn't even know existed. That affected the east coast today. Bloomberg dropped a story that begins and ends with a hacking simulation. Done on la dwp and when it came back with this scathing report about how unprepared la dwp to to deal with hackers. Either malware ransomware whatever. Garcetti fired the company. That did it. And it's just an indicator just this one symptom of what's going on around the country. So somebody i because i was thinking about The the new malcolm gladwin book the bomber mafia. I hate and don't buy it. Don't even read a review of this is terrible but but it it got me thinking well if if some people who had vision and thank god it was er af than the air force knew that strategic bombing was going to be the war winning Saying against nazi germany japan. A you know. The the japanese didn't see that they didn't have that vision. So what would be that now. And it's not a new if we're talking about conventionally now what would be the equivalent of strategic bombing while it's the country that can harness either private hackers or state state-sanctioned hackers and do across multiple critical infrastructures. What was done to the colonial pipeline for money so anyway. It's a timely third hour. At least i hope. I'm not being prophetic. Well we've got a couple breaks of china's stuff here President biden's policy towards china came into sharper. Focus over the past week with the g. Seven summit with initiatives that suggests that the president's plans to retain his predecessors tough stance towards beijing despite differences in execution here. Here's the bottom line. Nothing that trump put in place against china nonetheless sanctions about investment and all that none of them have been lifted. Biden hasn't touched one of them and in fact is going to add to it. Especially since China is rapidly becoming Public yet emmy pandemic spreader number one if they're not already Right now And and Along that that thinking is that the vitamin station is probably going to double down on security guarantees with taiwan. Think thing one right now. We don't have any sort of formal treaty with taiwan. You know for the record. We don't have any sort of treaty with israel that we would come to their common defense or anything. There's nato article five k. and that involves every everyone in nato But we don't have such a thing time taiwan When the united states pivoted and an officially recognised communist china as china the republic of china taiwan. Stop being Any kind of china And but because of china's ongoing very very blatant active plane threats to teach taiwan lesson and teach the united states a lesson by teaching taiwan. Lessen the whole thing It looks like it's Accelerating that that began. During the trump administration that has some in the pentagon favoring a basically a germany style pre-positioned american ground presence in taiwan. Now we we did have troops on taiwan up until about nineteen seventy-nine we had some An air force crews and some other liaisons and some other. Us army people But we we pull them off when we and in doing so. The chinese took that to mean that were basically..
"three words" Discussed on Dark Secret Place
"Nato said hey we intend to leave behind embassy guards like we do in every other country to ensure that ngos can operate and all the the the taliban is completely lying year they they never invited what did they say. Foreign humanitarian assistance of international sympathetic. They they in fact made a point when they were actually in power in the ninety s not only to create the world's largest refugee population next door in pakistan. That's that's so. Many people fled afghanistan. But they wouldn't let the world food program. They wouldn't let anybody that that was their way. I i don't think this twenty time out has given them time to think about their little mistake there but If if you if you have like a bulletin of atomic scientists you know four minutes to crap. Show you the clock. Go ahead and move into one minute to one minute to crap shown of ghanistan one thing that is happening right now. Is that some of the european some of the nato partners and the non-nato partners can't get out fast enough there are booking their own flights out. Now they're not relying on. Us air force c seventeen to fly them back to Frankfurter or anywhere there getting their people out now. And i don't want to name names. But some of them are just flat out abandoning outposts wi with little or no heads up to the nato command. So what nato's trying to do is this sort of controlled retro gay grade you you could say And they're they're trying to. In a controlled disciplined fashion closys these distant outposts or hand over the afghan national army which usually means within hours the taliban will be in charge and pulled nato people back to a in administrative area called kabul. And when that happens which is going to be by the by their timeline. They're not announcing this. But it should be by the end of june. Then it will be down to just a few thousand. Nato troops in kabul but kabul is where the taliban want to have their victory parade. And they're not going to be denied. Victory parade and i was telling last week and the week before that there. There is a for the taliban a tremendous incentive to to have some incredibly dramatic visual indication that they want like shooting down a a c..
Oscars Producers Promise A "Safe," "Intimate" Ceremony
"Wanted to know the inner workings of how the oscars work but especially this year. So now that you've spoken to the producers two of them. Do you have a better sense of what we're gonna see. Yeah no i think. I'm as fascinated as you are to watch what this show is going to look like. Certainly the three words day stress when we talked safety intimacy and community. This is a this is a brave leap forward. Steven soderbergh says it literally is like flying a plane while you're building it. But they are confident that they can create a safe intimate environment. In which Presenters whom they referring to his cast nominees in there plus ones period will gather together for an intimate show in side In a very safe environment and a show that will celebrate those nominees. The life stories of the people who make the movies and will celebrate the idea of a community and for all of us. An optimistic look about are coming together. Once again in person to celebrate something so there's a lot on the line it's not just a show. It is really an attempt to say we can do this and do it safely. And i think we're all fascinated to see how it's all going to happen
Hundreds gather for weekend rallies in Seattle area's Bellevue to stop Asian hate
"Nearly 1000 people gathered last night in Bellevue to denounce Asian hate and racism and also honor the lives of the women killed in Atlanta Comas Co. Miller reports You could hear the pain in the voices of those speakers and feel the power that their words carried. This is a community that says it will no longer stay silent in the face of these attacks. Calling on federal, state and local leaders to doom or to keep them safe. And those three words stop Asian hate the premise of this rally Saturday night in Bellevue, where hundreds if not close to 1000, people showed up to stand up in solidarity with their Asian American neighbors, both young and old. We have to stand strong and loud against the goal. Arms of hatred with reported hate crimes and attacks on the rise. One national study reports that three out of 10 Asian Americans have experienced racial slurs or jokes since the pandemic started.
Warren Rustand on Leading a Life of Design
"So excited that you hear him dose of leadership. Welcome to the show. Thank you very much. Richard lied to be with. You should have some fun today. Yeah it's a true honor really your your expertise in your your the leadership junkie of all junkies. I think i love your book. The leader within uh. It's really good and it speaks resonates with me deeply. You're the first person that use these three terms. And i've been saying this a lot for the past few years about i thought the keys to unlocking transformational leadership. The compassionate side for sure is authenticity. Transparency vulnerability. I saw those three words a coin together. Your book a handful of times. And it just. I just love that so. You're the first person that i've seen. That's coin those three together. So i appreciate very nice you to say. Thank you very much really interesting experience. When i was working at the white house as appointments secretary to president ford and it was one of these times when i'd been appointed. And maybe you've had this experience to richard where you know right away that maybe you're not quite up to the job. You got a lot to learn. And wondering as fast as i could at the people i was hanging out with you know and i don't do this to namedrop to suggest you sort of how i was feeling at the time you know. I was there with don rumsfeld. Dick cheney colin powell. Bob gates brent scowcroft henry kissinger. That was the senior team. Now i was a part of that team. And so i and i was new to the white house. Twenty nine years old new politics and that's didn't feel like i was quite up to it quite good now. So we had a meeting of that group in the oval office one day with the president as they drifted out. I hung behind. Speak to present. I said mr president. I speak with these. Yes sit down. I said mr president not experienced enough. I'm not smart enough. I'm gonna make a mistake. It's going to embarrass you. And and here's my letter of resignation. And i put on his desk and he looked at it for a moment and he swivelled his chair to look out across the south lawn of the white house rose garden and he came back to me and he said you know warned. The very fact that you've said this to new to me makes you qualified to be here. The fact that i was vulnerable transparent and honest with him he knew he could trust me from that point in time as a result of that he trusted this whole farm kid with a lot of stuff that he showed it ever trusted to do but it worked out to be a really nice relationship. I learned early on that. Those three words are key to really deep relationships. I agree a hundred percent. And i love that story. I remember reading that book. You're right. That's where the first time i saw this phrase those three words together based on that story. What a great baptism by fire for for being around the greatness in being the witness as you open up the book to a standing there once nixon official he was going to resign. And you're able to witness ford kind of sit. There process. what was happening the gravity of what was happening and then go into action. I love that kind of inside baseball aspect of that. Of course. I remember that moment when it happened to but just to be there to witness that. It's just amazing when you're in your twenties late twenties but still you know just honored to be there to to witness the transfer of power and the ability of someone to grasp the significance of what was happening. You and then act upon that significant at that moment in time was really a profound leadership lessons for me. It is stayed with me my whole life to to gather in the data and the information the facts and then to have a plan to act on that and In the precise moment when you need to act yeah right is some of us could have said well. Let me step back from this for six months and figure this out that day he said i. I'd like to have the following six people here at seven. Am tomorrow morning for a transition team. Me and we walked into that room the next morning. He pulled from his jacket. Five pages of notes. He had a vision for what that transition was going to be. And that was a significant leadership. Lesson
A God Who Hears Our Cries (Exodus 2:24-25)
"Exodus chapter two versus twenty four and twenty five and god heard their groaning in god remembered his covenant with abraham with isaac and with jacob god saw the people of israel and god knew what a beautiful passage of scripture at the end of exodus chapter one and to end the horrible picture of oppression and slavery that we prayed through in exodus chapter one even in light of those realities in the world around us today but to see these words as the people of god are crying out to god for the bible to say god heard their groaning and god remembered his covenant. Now obviously that doesn't mean that god had forgotten his covenant with them. god doesn't forget he's omniscient. he's all knowing it is not in his capacity. He does not forget anything but the picture here is god saying to his people. I know the promise i've made to you. And i will be faithful to that. Promise to mike covenant. With abraham with isaac and with jacob goddard saw the people of israel even that phrase like in their suffering god was not distant from them. God was intimately aware of what they were walking through. These are the last three words an extra chapter two. And god knew so as you read these words as you hear them. I want you to just let them soak into your heart. As part of the people of god and a world where groening and crying out to god is a reality. I think specifically about one family that i know who has been through such a hard time family member after fan after number who has been in the hospital with covid and some who have died and its spin such a hard road and so to read these words and to realize god. Here's our groaning and god is faithful to his promises to preserve stood up. Hold us to love us to come for us to give us peace to bring us through ultimately god sees us and god knows what a picture i just you to feel that. I don't know what you're walking through in your life right now. I'm guessing some many of you. Who are listening to this or walking through hard times. And i just want to remind you for all who have trusted in jesus for all who know god god. Here's your groaning hears your cries to him. I think about yesterday in my time with the lord just crying out in some different ways to god and just knowing he years me knowing that he's listening to and i can cast my cares on god knowing that he cares for me. We're talking about god. Not just anybody. God i can cast my cares on god to know that. He the on nisar sovereign ruler of the universe. Here's me and is faithful to me. And has made promises to me that he will keep the god sees me and god knows me and he knows what i'm walking through. He knows you knows what you're walking through hears your cries and he will be faithful to every single one of his promises to you. So i prayed this. Oh god i pray. Excess to twenty four and twenty five over every single person listening right now. Who knows you who has been reconciled to you. The blood of jesus who is your son or your daughter. Who's in your family. Who knows you as father god. We praise for hearing are groaning for hearing our cries to you
Paige Bueckers Dominates at UConn
"China's great to have you back on the show. It is always wonderful to be with you. Pablo thanks for having me. China robinson hosts the around the rim podcast and serves as a basketball analyst and calls games for espn. So you are an busy person. The china you just came off calling a game like minutes ago. Described to me what your life is like in this new kind of era of broadcasting. How's it going pablo. I can pretty much that up about three words in the house. That is where. I spend a majority of my time these days. I'm in the house calling games watching film and that's pretty much my wife right now. I come to you the china from a bunk bed inside an airbnb. So i feel all of your pain and i wanna get into women's basketball with the of course and we'll get to the professionals and a little bit but i want to start by asking you about the really the single biggest name that's been dominating the college game pretty much all year as a freshman and that is page bekker's with percents. How would you begin to describe page. Bekker's for someone who's unfamiliar with what she's been up to it yukon Well pablo the word coming out of stores was that page. Bekker's was going to be the next coming of breanna stewart or diana taurasi right. So that's high praise no pressure. Yeah none at all. She was a number one. Overall recruit in the twenty twenty class and her rival in college. Basketball was highly anticipated list. Three beckham's with the rebound put first seconds of her client career where we were literally salivating and watching her highlights from high school wondering if she would be the player to finally get connecticut back to winning championships since keep in mind. They lost in the final. Four in the last three tournaments. Pretty much ever. Since breanna stewart left well pays bekker's is not only a great player. She has six hundred forty nine thousand instagram followers. More uconn legend sue bird by the way when she became the first player in uconn history with three straight thirty point gains. We knew something special was happening and she really hasn't disappointed. I mean her perfect field. Go performance the last five minutes versus number one south carolina that was quite the epic performance bekker's from around the screen and set the stage for what we've been seeing from page so game and her style of play. How would you characterize it. What's made her so dominant as just a freshman making a debut. This impressive at five eleven paid really makes the game easier for everyone else on the court well except her opponents of course.
With no Keystone XL pipeline, whats Albertas Plan B?
"Jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Jason marcus off is the alberta correspondent for maclean's magazine. He joins us to try to explain what happens now. Hello jason wish me luck so in the couple of weeks now. Since joe biden has taken office and immediately cancelled the keystone excel permit. How his albert reacted. Not well as could be. Expected is opposed the way i'd put it. You know jason kenney got elected with a three word slogan not a phrase three word slogan jobs economy pipelines pipelines was the big punctuation point on that. And it's been a big issue for help out bird government and the economy for a long time that we don't have this big glut of oil sands and oil were producing and nowhere really to shit or no way to ship it out of there. That's been a big drag on alpern awale prices and benjamin prices for quite a while now keystone excel has been in the works for basically a decade now uh since they applied for this project as transcanada energies into long that they're no longer called transplanted called tc energy. Canada became less of an on vogue term to use in the names and this this has become the gun of the poster child. The original poster child for environmental activism and push back against oil industry pipelines The americans have been pushing back on this south from the left for quite a while. obama killed in two thousand fifteen. He decided to not allow permit. Donald trump brought it back in two thousand seventeen and it was no surprise. Almost anybody that Biden was going to kill it in in twenty twenty one Once he got nauseated and yet it was portrayed as a major disappointment and huge letdown for the government and to some extent for canada. Yeah i was gonna ask if obama killed this thing once already And it's really unpopular with the american left. Why didn't it seem like we were more prepared for this. You know i played a clip In the intro of kenny reacting on the day of biden's inauguration but surely as soon as it became clear he won. This was coming down the pipeline. There was an optimism and almost. I'd say an idealism about how a biden administration might act. People knew well the the history and the baggage that this project had that it was killed by obama when joe biden was the vice president of course and this had become this iconic push for the environmental movement did it it had that totemic status and yet there were people within the canadian government and especially the alberta government who thought they crashed an argument Through which this would work and that had several layers to it one Was the fact that there were many union. Jobs in america And in canada on the go for this there were was going to produce jobs at a time when jobs are scarce and these economies need these construction industrial and infrastructure jobs and they were hoping that would appeal to the lunch bucket. Union leanings of joe biden in his administration. There was also an argument that this was not the same project and the ever loyal sent throughout the same oil sands that they were in twenty fifteen when this project was rejected by obama or before twenty fifty back when there was much less of an issue of oil sands cleaning up their act like there is now out the oil sands have worked their best to lower the carbon intensity and the carbon footprint of their projects and they were going Tc energy the company that was going to build. This pipeline was talking about making their project. Carbon zero carbon neutral net zero through various means the actual pipeline construction itself. Not the oil flowing through it and there was also gonna talk Giving indigenous which oppose this quite often in the states Some equity stake in it so there were various ways. The canadians albertans thought they could thread the needle and make this an appeal peeling project. Make it some kind of package. Deal with other green initiatives that That canada and biden would go through jointly but the legacy of this project the baggage of this project mistakes the politics surrounding this whole saga from obama to trump to biden Made it an easy win for For biden to kill despite all the positives that this project could have given
Building Community for Demand
"Alright everyone. I'm here with clinton bets. The ceo of silicon slopes clint. Thanks for joining us. Honored to be here. Billy big fat of chat funnels demand giant jan summit. Two thousand twenty. You know twenty twenty s weird here. We are at an event. And you know. I'm just doing it from this desk. Where i kinda do everything so honored to be here my friend. Well it's an honor to have you clint. So let's get into it. I tell us just a little bit about yourself. I'm a lifelong you. John for what that's worth. I don't know that people care about that too much i sure. Do i have four children. I'm married. I live in southern utah. County i believe utah counties better than salt lake county for those watching. I will a non just getting. I don't care. And yeah. I started my career. I went to Actually owned a deli for while when i was super yang school got a journalism degree. Recommend anyone do that kind of pointless. Degree and i worked at a software development firm with a couple of buddies where we help build startups early stage products and then and then inside of that Software development firm we launched a little blog called beehive startups which became a pretty big community platform. And then You know more recently over the past five six years. I've been the executive director of silicon slopes which is a five one c three nonprofit. And we put that together. After you know behi- startups two guys. Traction and josh james and i started talking and then we started talking to ryan. Smith is to ceo quality and erin stoddard ceo plural. Cy and dave elkton. Who was the ceo of inside sales at the time about what it would mean to bring the community all underneath one umbrella. So here we are in you guys have done a great job with that So tell me about the silken slopes model. Clint while the consults model i believe is a little bit different than other profit models. I think as you look at it. And i think it applies to any business not just nonprofits because i don't know that we run. It necessarily even like a nonprofit to be honest with you although have being a five one. C three is important to us and there are aspects of it. That are very nonprofit. -i the silicon psalms model. I think a lot of people. If you're just a part of the tech scene or you're not part of utah in particular you may view it as like another chamber of commerce almost that kind of advocates for various tech issues Behind closed doors and has kind of these Events that you have to pay to go to and you can only attend if you remember anything like that was actually exact opposite of all of that We want it to be open and accessible to wall Everyone who wants to be a part of the community we believe has every right to be a part in community and should be part of the consultants community and so given that that was a stance that we took early on that we wanted the organization to be open accessible to all we landed on this model. The i believe many of the people who are watching would be interested in in particular as it pertains to how do you build a community around your brand. How do you build a community around a certain topic. And how do you do in a way. That's actually authentic and doesn't come across as though it's authentic but is indeed authentic and so what. We landed on his three buzzwords. To be honest with you billy And so what we say is silicon slopes five one c three nonprofit that empowers utah startup tech community to learn connect and serve. And when you hear learn connect are you likely like most people say those three words who cares right. And you know there's truth to that even but what's behind those for us and what we've built around these three words in these three pillars within our organization is the entire reason why we've seen any success if we seen any at all and i believe it's The way communities should be bill. Just my own opinion. And so i'll go through what each of these Three pillars mean to us as an organization and those watching kind of think about how they could apply at least some of these aspects within their own companies organizations so the first is learnt right And when we say learn silicon slopes what we're talking about is stories and what we're talking about is media and what we're talking about is Letting the community know what's happening and that's critical and i'm gonna talk Probably go pretty deep on stories Here a little bit later but when we say learn it's silicon slopes what we mean. Is we want you to know everything happening within the silicon silicon slopes community. And we want you to have plenty of resources available to you. It's not just news. Although that's that's a very big piece of it it's not just media and it's not just stories but it's also helping and empowering people to learn how to be better within the industry Better within their particular profession
Childrens book helps to discuss the environment with children
"We begin briefly with a message from the moon from a dog. One you know. Yes i dog on the moon. A friend of johnson. Greens of blueprint fame. I orchestra and a graphic book called the carbon neutral adventures. The indefatigable enviro teens and it is a mixture of fun in fact. Isn't it dog. yes. I wanted to talk not just about what climate change is because i think a lot of people understand that over and this is a book for ten to fourteen year old so i did want to explain what climate changes but almost more importantly i wanted to talk about. Why climate changes and what happened. How it happened and why it's still going on and why it's so hard to do something about it because that if you think about it logically which clearly a lot of people. It doesn't make any sense at all. No you actually summit up marvelously on page one hundred eighty and you say in fact if you imagine the person talking to you. This dog is in fact. A sort of modern version of the mad towed in a speedboat saying the planet is being ruined so wealthy adults can have second jetski. I don't know whether to be scared or sad or angry or something else. I just wanted to the all. Does that sort of sum it up. Yes it does because we talk a lot about the legacy that we're leaving young people and we're very apologetic and for all the grades in the world but we do talk about how they're going to have to fix it and that's just simply outrageous. Not only that we've trashed the planet so badly but also that we're now starting to talk to young people in terms of how it's their job to take care of it and win. Of course i say we. I mean the vast majority of humans on the planet because a lot of the decisions are in the hands of regular folk. But we do have this kind of desperation expectation that people will come along and put together something that we haven't been able to do and that's not really fair now. It isn't but you see in the book your referring to someone who looks like greater but she has a different name what is the name. Cordelia pine kind with it or gardenia. Pine cone is one of them. And that's the most wonderful name. I've come across in a long time. I wanted to put greater in the book infected. I tried to contact her and say would you read my book and write a forward and she didn't get back to me and that's okay 'cause she gets four million emails a day. Yes exactly so. I totally understand that. She wasn't available but it was really about being able to say someone like greater is doing this and we can't all be greta but she's in fact just one person who's doing the same thing that we need. Millions of young people to do now. There are lots of really good scientific references there. But there's one puzzled me. It's fairly long so let me actually read. What's here in the book. It's about piece of technology and you understand very well so far that when it comes to technology. I haven't a clue what's going on anyway. It says the d. foof elisa solar powered vacuum matic vowel sucks up all the nearby poop. Poison foof and flange through the hyper magnetic recycling filter to remove all the bills. Then it's passed at light speed down the anti-gravitational spewed out to be flogged. Back ended home in front. That spits the remains out the plumping shoot into a bucket. All that's left behind is a few nuggets of nickelodeon and you won't believe this. All the bandicoot of the workshop thought. This was hilarious because nickelodeon is a previously unknown form of completely renewable energy that is hugely powerful and totally clean how. We laughed and laughed now in three words. Could you summarize what have just read letitia. The inventing warburg come up with no. I can't not three words there. That's one of the superheroes in the book is leticia who was a genius. Science one bet and she invents all sorts of different machines that do different things with the that work in the mic workshop underneath a headquarters of the environs and the default elisa machine that latisha invented and it removes what they call the poison off which is in fact the in the greenhouse gases. And we know that that carbon isn't infect poisonous. But you just wanted in the right places in the right quantities. The default removed the poison for from the atmosphere. And one of the things. I realize with this wonderful invention which they start trying to deploy around the world. Is that even if you do in fact remove the carbon from the atmosphere. There's still a lot of other problems and difficulties that are going to be solved and it really trying to talk about how chafe nickel solutions to. Climate change are important but they're not infect the answer indeed and where is the island on which this otx. it feels like tasmania. But it isn't is it. It's not a nickel knows. Island is one of the places. I visit with. Captain snoot hall. Who runs the secret. You refuge the and suggests that if they really want to understand what climate change is that need to go on a perilous journey across the waterfall. And are they need to go and talk to the great nipple and the great nipple is a creature who lives at the top of the haunted volcano and explains climate change to them in
"three words" Discussed on Xtra Xtra Presented By VDG Sports
"Do at a time in a moment like this to acknowledge the fact that i doing something special. I did something special in. It is an amazing my favorite word. Well here's the thing. A year has passed ashley. It's been over a year and a special moment. there's a special moment in time where i see it. I was coming up on a year. I pointed out one of the past year or anniversary. Sort of things that i came up with when i was telling you. The whole adult beverages me being without an adult beverage for year because it had one time that i had to give a shoutout to the polling. God is basically. I was giving her a praise on the throne but i wasn't sitting on a throne. I was hugging the throng. Now you go ahead and you make that make sense. I can't continue that p- apple that story. Because i have to proceed on the one that i almost missed and that's the other year that is the other year or yearly or yearly because the first year this is the first year this is the first time in his first time for everything. Well don't go down that road either. Don't want to go down that rabbit hole either. How 'bout this. I i definitely forget. I definitely forget in. This was me forgetting because it just became naturally just became second. Nature just became a part of who. I am a part of my life and so if something's just that normal or apart of me in a sense of it something that i do daily. It's not an i do a lot many many times a day. Then it's easy to our forget it's easy to forget. It's even easy to normalize. It is easy to just be like okay. It's it's it's what i do all the time now. So it's it's not anything different. It's not anything special. And that's when. I am in a day to day in day to day of it but when i zoom out look at it from a distance and look at it from a hole in this like yet that was that was pretty That was pretty important in pretty special in that is or was definitely. It's been over a year now. Because i've missed the exact yearly date while i missed the exact date that would have made it one year. But i'm definitely pass my one year i am i emma planning. I basically eat plants and other things in. I've cut meat out of my life and i am no longer a meat eater. And it's been this way for a year a solid year so i've been living is veggie lifestyle plant based or anything that doesn't contain meat on there. I am there. It's been a year and has been so many good things that happened within this year for me in. No no no. I'm not. I'm not gonna do. Twenty twenty one thing. I'm not going to do twenty twenty thirteen even though another backdrop of that. I'm just keeping this with in this particular area of me in my eating me. My our eating habits and how to eating habits affect my wellbeing in my body in comparison to the previous year. We're in that context nine a larger context. Hey i can't go down the path. I can't go down at rabbit hole. Don't go down someone else's rabbit hole. I'm just happy for the year. I'm just happy. For the year of that healthy lice now continued..
Tom Livne CEO of Verbit on Automated Transcription
"Know i always wrote to explain by you know okay. We are now on this podcast. Right with a lot of verbal information in your one hundred eighty plus episodes. I if we and we do recording this session. Let's assume we wanna get the professional trump's of it. But why do i mean by professional translate. I mean verbatim. Transcript one hundred percent accurate ward by ward. And you can. He might terrible israeli accent ride so is really difficult for the i in speech recognition engines out there to take everything one hundred percent correctly right. So if we're thinking about professional ashtros caption the way it's been done today. Fully many many many moms and pops the transcription fully manual listening to intact. Scratch grant limited capacity scale low rush margins in koo sticker successor and as mentioned the speech recognition technology is not their riches to a five percent perhaps even sometimes a bit more than that but usually eighty eighty five and there are some use cases that this level of accuracy is not good enough and we are very we are technological description former always like insane only three words what we're doing and we have a really interesting unique approach of hybrid model of the speech recognition that we are developing and building in house with at marketplace in community of twenty two thousand freelancers from all around the globe the take automated Of our ai mega correction where needed in order. To bring it to the you know the the one hundred percent or the ninety nine point nine percent accuracy and every time that making the corrections is supervised learning through the speech. Engine that's better and better over time. This is really high level in in the the use cases of professional prescription is really really brought. So he has made the market at thirty billion dollar addressable market and and they can give you some example of the use cases that we we are focusing so you have education in legal. Those are the two major use cases. Did we of today so education. There's regulation of ada america's ability that forced all universities to make the content searchable accessible with hearing problem right. Now we've covered everything shift to to distance learning remote learning rydin and based on this law every content that had been uploaded to web need to be transcribed and we as today. We have more than five hundred. Enterprise customers Harvard stanford researcher. Except that we are serving to do the the professional transcript. Put them and then delete vertical. It's many around deposition transcript so you know if you are a law firm and you you wanna get. The position usually give cold to the reporting agencies that while they're doing their in facilitating the Vanden and scheduling it with all the parties involved. The witnesses the lawyers except for our pre covid. They give physical place to the position. Now everything's been done resumed than the record. The session ending the trance. Game of those position we had their partner to help them. With those professional at the positions. Those are only two use cases that many many other such media healthcare finance and the list goes on and on grading this huge opportunity. Thirty billion addressable market is really kind of legacy market so we are innovating And kind of disrupting this
Fallen Houston Police Officer Laid To Rest In Athens, Texas
"Houston Police Department and local citizens came to the Third word today to say their final fair will two fallen HPD officers Sergeant Harold Preston is he was transported to his final resting place in Athens, Texas.
Coronavirus: Recession ends for rich, crisis persists for others
"This economy, and I want youto Sort of test my premise that the easy part is kind of over now. It very much as and what we found is this is not just a big blow to a lot of the economy. This is the most unequal recession that we've seen in modern U. S history and what I mean by that is in the spring, low wage workers lost their jobs and eight times the magnitude of high wage workers. And here we are six months later, we just got the September jobs report and basically you can summon up like this. The recession is pretty much over for those The top while for the working class. It's still a depression like blow, particularly black men and women aren't barely a third of their jobs have come back. David grow three words permanent job losses there on the rise. 343
Elon Musk Is About to Show Off His Neuralink Brain Implant
"Elon Musk E move the J. Lo of tech innovation. He's going to reveal a device that connects your brain to a computer. This is his neural link device, but today he's going to show it. In action. 3 P.m. Pacific time, Okay, I'm looking at this still thinks it's okay. Elon Musk has said neural link will have a human brain implant ready within a year. The device will be inserted under the skull and a small robot will connect threadlike electrodes to the brain. Once implanted, the chip could connect your brainwaves to ANAP and may be able to help people with neurological conditions Now, although I'm I'm going to there's also there's the privacy. There's the weirdness with APS data coming right out of your brain. We can get to that. In a moment, I will say with a lot of these things. The first helpful part would be in terms of enhancing Are helping somebody with a disorder some sort of neurological condition If it was there to Ah, just correct stuff that is in error within the neural pathways. I can sort of understand that. But that were were also worried about data collection from Facebook. What about from your face with inside your skull? If you bring women actually are attached to an app. That's all. Seems he's going to do some sort of demonstration today. Yes, yes, He's not gonna have it hooked to his brain. Is he No, I wouldn't put it past on the hook it to his own brains will come out with like a bandage over his head. Who wants to watch my dreams? Actually, this is your dreams. This is You're talking about privacy concerns with also this fund. Smart phones already have fundamentally changed the way we live our lives, and then if you're just constantly, if you really in theory, you can put the phone down and get away from it. I know that's very hard for a lot of people and anxiety sets in almost five minutes on ly five minutes after, but If it's just in your brain, and you can't disconnect it. It's completely changed forever. Yeah, I I think what people are really looking forward to, and he's going to say that this is like a 25 year thing before you get what you call the full brain interface. Wow, that's the gold 25 years. Yes, full. Check out those three words together in a sentence. Full brain interface. Come on, he slur two plus two equals four. Hey, my thoughts are leaking out. I'm not thinking about your Yamamoto said that I never think about charity Yamamoto, Even you don't know how to pronounce your name. It's called even Eric. I am Erich von Hastler America on he slurred. The truth is that that's that's my actual name. The rest is a radio, so I changed it to Eric Von Kessler, just for the radio. He slurred just doesn't work, either. So I figured I want to watch this. I think it might look kind of I don't know. Weird. Strange, ridiculous. Wonderful. I have no idea. I feel like it's going to be a little bit of a letdown. If we're only five years away from the full brain interface. I don't know how much we're going to see today. It probably will be alive, and I mean it's a letdown if you're expecting something on the part with fireworks, but if it is the lead into this full brain interface and 25 years Pretty pivotal moment and think about what we were talking before about aging and getting older. If you khun at some point upload your whole brain where that's always been. What is you? What's with the boundary of Uru, then also in that computer, and then does that guy's name Raymond Kurzweil or whatever his name is That guy? That's the age of spiritual machines? Yeah, basically, we just take all of our thoughts, and we put them in zeros and ones. And we find a body or something from later. I have no idea, but I don't want to be alive forever to jar those. Hey, I'm alive. Never died, But I can't. Yeah, I guess he much are already in a jar. You move, But think about being locked in locked in syndrome. Someone has a stroke in the brain is still functioning at full capacity. But you have no ability to move your body. The point you realized you're just a brain. In a jar yet I don't want that. Don't be like that. You know, in the like the Frankenstein movies when they go in looking for the brains of the jars. I don't be one of those except I'm alive. Everyone wasn't live forever. I don't want to live forever. I don't know. I heard about him saying, you know, Do you want to play a board game? Sure what kind of owe it lasts for eternity. But I don't want to play a booking forever.
Automation In Business
"Thanks so much for joining me today well. Yeah absolutely. I'm excited to be here I'm excited to have you here talking about automation and Based on what I know about you and that you love to tinker with this stuff This is going to be a an enlightening and educational conversation at least for Ray. For sure. Tinkering is one of the things I do best. Got It wonderful. Okay. So talk to me about no, you're all about automation. So talk to me about the pros of automation. I would say the number one pro of automation is allowing you to scale your business without having to scale the people. When you scale with automation, you are essentially handing off task or duty. To a robot. So it just really allows you to it over and The best way to put this, there's no subjectivity. The robot doesn't wake up one day and say I just don't feel like going into work. Like it's it's it's a very. Zeros. At. So I really liked that aspect of it are things obviously that you can't hand off to a robot, you can't hand off to. To to a piece of code or or a to an automation. And and you know that some of the cons, but but I love the ability to to build out. Okay. Now, I can handle what to what to people would have had all but I did it all by. Handing off to a a robot I, talk about automation and talk about you know. How to find the pivot points. And the three words that I use to describe. Those points are automate delegate eliminate actually started a podcast my own. called. Automate delegate eliminate and that that that idea automate Elliott or eliminate is is what you're doing is you scale a business. Okay so Let's talk about that. So because that sounds to me like that is A three step like decision right so we're making a decision is an I understand this that we're going to automate it we're going to delegate or we're going to eliminate it. Yeah. So we call it a pivot point. And the pivot point comes from. That moment when you stop and say, okay, how are we going to actually grow this thing where we going I? Mean it very similar to the title of Your podcasts, accelerate your business rate that moment when you're like it is time to pushed on the pedal the how of pushing down that pedal. Goes into those three that three-pronged are we going to automate, elevate or eliminate this task and the only way to grow your business is to decide to eliminate tasks that aren't adding to the bottom line to delegate tasks that cannon should be delegated to he would be or to automate tasks that should be handed to a robot. Is there. So I guess, my question is. How do you deter? I get the eliminate I think that one. MIGHT BE? Easier but I, guess I'm wondering how we A business owner would determine our. You know a business leader would determine whether something should be delegated or automated So I actually have a litmus test that I use specifically for that end and just so you and your listeners are aware. This is something I've developed of four years and I'm happy to share It's been super exciting to of pick this apart see where it's going. So the litmus test that I use is, could this task be handed to another employee in the business? Who let's say that there are a an intern with a level of understanding of maybe excel google sheets an email so so they don't really have. A ton of experience, but could it be handed to someone like that and would it take me the same amount of time to do it as it would to teach someone to do it so you gotta think like it's something. I only have to teach them how to do once and you can kind of get a feel for these because you'll start going through them in your mind will start to numb and. Why am I doing now? and. That is a good indication of something that should be automated
What We Know About Trump's New 'Executive Orders'
"As of this weekend, the United States has surpassed five million cases of covid nineteen. Roughly one quarter of all infections reported across the world. It took just the last six weeks for US Cova cases to double the growth of new cases in the US appears to have leveled off at an average of fifty four thousand. Over the last week, more than one, hundred, sixty, two, thousand. Americans. Have died in the pandemic markets and lawmakers aren't sure what to make of president trump's controversial step on Saturday of issuing four. Orders in an attempt to provide economic relief to Americans. This came after stimulus negotiations and Congress ground to a halt leaving many whose livelihoods have been up ended by the coronavirus in limbo. Here's Becky quick. Amo Java's here. He joins us with more on this and there are so many questions on this. I was actually on the phone with the producers yesterday begging to have you on this morning to walk us through this because even after going through hours of kind of trying to figure out what was happening, I have to say I'm still confused yet. Look it is. Is Confusing and the reason, becky. It's confusing because the president really only has limited authority here without legislation from Congress. There's not that much he can do and he's right up to the edge here in do in taking all these actions. In fact, you've heard Democrats complain over the weekend that what the president signed and is Bedminster Golf Club on Saturday was actually over the line and illegal and unconstitutional. Let's walk through what he did first, and then we'll talk about what the reaction is. What he did was a series of executive orders including this payroll tax pause. In which he's going to defer collection of the payroll taxes that starts September first runs through the end of the year. But people would have to pay the payroll taxes at the end of the deferral period. If the law is not changed and it doesn't look like the law is going to be changed at least under this congressional layout right now. So the president is simply hoping here that there'll be a new congress, he'll be reelected, and he'll be able to pass a law making that deferral permanent, but for employers and employees trying. Trying to figure that all out which way do you bet on? That is a real open question. The other one is rental, help the president not able to extend the eviction moratorium, but he is directing federal agencies to find ways to go out and help renters. So we'll see where the federal government can come up. They come up with their and then on the unemployment insurance, it's four hundred dollars in bonus unemployment. Remember that would replace the six hundred dollars a week that people have been getting under. The cares act this is. Money coming from the Homeland Security's disaster, Relief Fund and the Federal Government is going to pay seventy five percent of this under the president's plan. The states will be responsible for twenty, five percent of it, and you've already heard some complaints from the states that they simply don't. The money to be able to do that, and so you heard from Democrats over the weekend that this is entirely unworkable. Here's Chuck Schumer. Unfortunately, the president's executive orders described in one word could be paltry in three words, unworkable week and far too narrow. The event at the country club is just what trump does a big show, but it doesn't do anything it as the American people look at these executive orders. They'll see they don't come close to doing the job. Meanwhile, you had Treasury Secretary Mnuchin on television over the weekend as well. He explained exactly what the president hopes happens here with this payroll tax deferral, here's what he said. We've been told by the states. They can get this up and running immediately, and I would say if the Democrats want to challenge in court and hold up unemployment benefits to those hard working Americans that are out of a job because of Covid, they're going to have a lot of explaining to do. So, Becky, essentially a dare there from the treasury secretary saying look go ahead. Sue Us if you want to be the political party that suing to stop unemployment checks going to unemployed people ahead of an election, go ahead and do that, and that's sort of where we are. It's a real standoff here in Washington. Not Clear when negotiations can resume. We're told that there wasn't really any meaningful contact between Democratic leaders and the White House over the weekend and we'll see what money brings. Hey. Let's start. There's GonNa be a bunch of questions of all three of US want to ask coming out of this. But let let's start just with the very basics. If the Democrats challenge, any portion of this, does that mean they challenge all of it because I could see them saying, okay. We want to challenge the idea of a payroll tax holiday or relief. At this point, but we don't want to stop the checks from going out. Right, I mean, you could there are three different executive memoranda here and executive order. So you could do a lawsuit targets specific federal action that's contemplated by the president here So you don't have to challenge the whole thing. If you're the Democrat, you can go after a bits and pieces. The question is politically, what's the strategy on Ansi Pelosi over the weekend arguing that this was both unconstitutional unconstitutional and also too little. If it's unconstitutional than the Democrats. Really are putting themselves in a position where they they sort of morally a righteously would need to suit to block it, but also if it does provide any little bit of help, they don't want to be in position of being the ones to take that away. We keep saying it's four hundred dollars in unemployment. It's really three hundred dollars that's federal coming from the federal government, and they're saying the states could go ahead and pick up an extra hundred dollars, but we should probably re characterize it as three hundred dollars coming from the federal. Government. Yeah. It's three hundred dollars on the federal government and the states would pay one hundred and you already heard a lot of governors around the country saying Whoa? Wait a second our budgets have been so badly hit that we can't even pay for the services that we're providing right now. Let alone and additional unemployment benefit at simply not possible. We're not going to be able to do it You know Mnuchin and others argued that the states will be able to find a way to do that. And we'll see what governor say this morning as they get into their offices and try to figure this thing out.
Longevity Secrets Of The Himalayan Yogis With Aditya Jaykumar Iyer
"If you're on the part of spirituality, you've probably come across the Book Autobiography for Yogi and Other Yogurt books. They talk about these mystical Himalayan yogis would live for a hundred and ten honored and twenty, one, hundred, thirty years or even beyond that what are the secrets? How are they able to live deal such an ordeal and more importantly power they were retain their youthful glow in the air vigour and energy. Even at such an orphanage are all those stories just mitts and rumors are is there some truth to what they're saying today I'm going to attempt to tell you at least one secret that might be key to living longer and I'm going to tell you how you can apply these secrets. Into your life to live longer once I've action tribe Asia here, host and founder of my seven chuckers my seven chuck dot com the place where we help you expedience healing awakening and abundance. While what are you? It has been right. So many changes corona wireless masks, social distancing staying at home, and of course, the implications of all of this on our mental health, our jobs, our relationships, and the entire word and this phase. Has Allowed a lot of us to really go inwards and find out what we're truly passionate about and how we can align with our life's book, and for me this is really affirm to me that Mike Calling lies in helping you heal yourself Gombe yo mind and relax your diabetes and I've been meaning to do more of these solo episodes but you know what? I just don't WanNA create episodes for the sake of it. Which is why I took the time to go inwards, get more clarity and alignment on exactly. I'm here to do and be a sponge and really dive into the stories into the practices dealt out experimented on myself and research all of the stuff that will help you my friend lead a better quality life and I feel that I'm ready to share because I have honestly missed connecting one with you. I do the interviews but this thing that we have here. That especial so I appreciate you listening and I want to do more of this but the question for today's what is the longevity secret of the Himalayan. Yoga. So to attempt to answer this question, let's I stand the a lifestyle. Most of these Yogis were live high up in the mountains inside kids where there was record and with less oxygen at that elevation what would they eat? They would mostly various and fruits and food available out in nature, and they would have bath in the cool cool waters of the rivers Gord explosion, and of course, they will also do. Yoga. And they would also do. Dancing practices to align themselves to purify their energy and to connect with the universe. But have you noticed something about people living high up in the mountains whether it's mountains in Tibet or Himalayas are Switzerland or the Andes? These people they seem happy. This seem youthful they seem radiant. They seem fit. So can there be something about the oxygen. Our lack of oxygen there might be factor in this three words action tribe brief. Intermittent hype boxer I'm going to explain more but hold onto these words. Brief intermittent hypoc show you somewhere in the nineteen thirties. Russian scientists discovered that when you reduce the desired level of oxygen in your blood for a brief period of time that are many positive outcomes outcome such as increased level of haemoglobin production. Production of nitric oxide, which defends the body and especially the tissues against oxidative damage and prevents erectile dysfunction in men, and also another benefit is the increase assocation of stem cells which have the unique capacity to differentiate into worship. Any kind of cell in your body, which has major implications for healing and longevity. So these Russian scientists discover amazing benefits of brief intimate hype box. Here I know it's a lawful, but they were busy trying to replicate this in their elite athletes and perform us, and they will literally Dick these high-performance athletes on helicopters to high altitudes where there is less oxygen they created these hypo Barak. Chambers to systematically reduce oxygen levels and gas mixtures that contained ten percent oxygen, even less than that to induce intimated HYPOC boxy conditions in the body.
"three words" Discussed on KCRW
"TV there are three words for you three yeah the one well today let's talk about the first self made female billionaire in America her name was Madame CJ Walker she was not only a woman she was black born to former slaves she made a fortune in the early part of the twentieth century making hair care products for black women now her story is being told in a limited Netflix series called self made inspired by the life of madam CJ Walker it stars Octavia Spencer home products shampoo a prison or maybe something the dander I'm gonna make it easier calamity could can't there such a thing as going too fast that's why we have to be smart about it do things professionally in order the series is based on the book called on her own ground the life and times of madam CJ Walker written by her great great granddaughter of Lelia bundles who joins me now welcome thank you very much glad to be here glad to have you well she died in nineteen nineteen raid a century ago ash just a year before women got the right to vote to vote I'm and so it's taken all this time for her story to make it on TV well it's a long journey a hundred a hundred and one years after she died and fifty years after I wrote my first report about her in high school my gosh we are we are now a Netflix series so that's pretty exciting it's very exciting and I'll tell you it's exciting because more people millions of people actually who never heard madam Walker's name will know her name and I of course hope that they will be excited and inspired by this series and that they will see the dramatic Hollywood version and that will lead them back to some of our non fiction sources like on her own.
"three words" Discussed on EGO NetCast
"Godless welcome to Eagle net cost. I am Martin. Lindskog is his CELO episode number ninety five couple of weeks into the new year and my reflection is that I will take a break you could say and skip the calendar from Christmas time to at least the first week of the New Year so oh and I have a recently new notebook with phreatic state pages for for the year from Stop Luigi. Japanese nuke maker will include linked to my instagram food of our. I also will talk about in episode ninety nine. Why have taking a break in recording sooner pursuits? I've done for other shows where co host and hi this kind of accountability on regular schedule. But I've had a sore throat and also coughing with my voice and I. We'll talk more about that. I've fought about that. Don some introspection and to plan ahead and recoup their recover. Recover my voice more out later on my free words for twenty twenty and and during a discussion on the fissile show an official this fissile forum and they have the fissile show podcast on at the forum air on forum. They and I would include a referral link to this community courses and also coaching colts. Great Service they had a challenge to have one leading word for the year. Now's said talk about a free words but if I have to take one word then it will be vision. You have something that you strive for. It's also play with words on. I'm this year. Twenty twenty that you have perfect vision. Twenty Twenty Vision Twenty slash twenty and I will send include an instagram photo ever. We'd my free vote words and he was like an quest or a quiz and see if you could see the words fair and they are observing analyzing and monetize ing and in the picture. I had a silver coin with an owl wisdom than wisdom and observing often fennell serving you sitting in the tree and then also had issue of magazine. The Economist doubled Christmas edition. That's for an lice part analyzing the news and get my news source and and that you could support me. It costs about seventy dollars. Approximately four twelve issues like for a quarter. So let's good source. But it s again it cost to cover in one way or another and then coming linked up to the third word is monetize ing to make something of them my knowledge and my experience and what I'm presenting something in my services and products so they're the coin again is symbolizes that monetize ing. So I could get paid in real mommy in silver and gold also included in. The picture headphones slacken noise cancellation insulation headphones. Innovates also to have this the Shin and focus on what's important in life in your life and also then you try to allies in the news. All the bubbles all the different so-called corridors of forts sports and also have an open mind and also have using your wretched mind in order to figure out what's going on in the world so that would I would want to continue it spreading better ideas when it comes to new media business philosophy and we good life including shooting tea and talking about T. I will take a pair of my own team bland. Black T. T.. Five free and observing thing. There absorbed the word medically ovation. Asian twenty two twenty then analyzing s Zet draw conclusions adding you to censor like that expression to the conversation your curate in different ways and you giving pieces of advice to your listeners. To your readers and clients ten she'll future customers and partners CETERA. The Third World Van one dicing on my soft skills here. That's an experience. When comes to business administration that I it occasion organization leadership my specialisation Asian in Business Administration from America the University of our and also the networking as a certified networking networker and and my knowledge regarding new media and will commenting call to comment on Chris? RESP- rogan's free words for the include. Also his post here and He has would push push the edge to move forward and then he has an A made up word called structure sequence structure sweet sequence of the you have to have a structure in order to do things and you have to have sequenced steps by step and you could compare that. We'd our podcast. You can also my coast myself. Productivity at it's made up word in Swedish cold productivity and tease we talk about giving stem out to be productive how to get things dumb said and also drinking a cup of tea testing in two yen review. It and that's solving that I will offering future song kind foot and knowledge about this. What kind of product or you could say magnet Egged it in some way how you have T- Rachel in this case in order to focus on things things and get your structure and see steps firm and the third word that Chris Brogan is having for research? You is package and I need that too for a record. I like Chris Brogan Down to Earth and laid back style his personal way of responding to email and I will continue to be myself in a more but also in a more business like way new in order to get paid for uh-huh services I'm offering gave us gain. I've done that for a long time and that's a be Ni- doctorine Meisner coined that term could also turn into give pain and people who pick your brain and I will include that and expands Had there and and giving out advice for free for a long time and then I had an asked a question there to this show of a all answered my questionnaire in a great way of Gotten Hall Movement Lord from Left Experience and Chris Brogan Partner Rob of owner media he. He's words are removed build and celebrate so get rid eight of clutter focus on important things and then build something and then celebrate your victories something. That's that's great words also so I will also include using Maroon his post here thinking directions on the rose of thinking observing and learning and gaining knowledge and the that I say have a prosperous New Year ear and talk to you soon again.
"three words" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Back to those three words we talked about earlier fear anxiety and humor do you do you relate to one of those words more than others anxiety might if you will raise very nervous is that that you're here yeah even even with all the success the you had even with the palm d'or it doesn't it doesn't take that away crews home concerned by the top prize yeah you could see how come no one thought to middle income to him afterwards I've become more anxious the bigger the award as I'm like okay now what I'm gonna do with my next phone was bad people say bad things about me very anxious I mean you know some say that anxiety is the best way to you know and what is the best way to stay creative yeah exactly so could put on United humana was a plan to get them at this table today I should be pretty cool yes anxiety as a source of my strength that's why I work so hard on creating a story board and you know I work like crazy during the pre production process I become more of a control freak because of my anxiety I can relate call number six thank you you know it wasn't interesting to talk about this is that I think that there's a there's a version of talking about Paris say where it's a very serious conversation about about class and it is a very serious conversation about about near tragedy but you know it throughout the whole film it's also so funny like there's so many moments of levity and it makes me think you know with all the anxiety that we all feel in the world do you think that sometimes we can forget how important humor like play can be yeah actually the movie is the parasite please comedy crime comedy or black comedy all of the he took comic yet anyway so comedy I think and and is what I want to orderlies during the film making soap without humor so we are more lotion and put on you know comport to Pensacola circle mingle cool so without humor I don't think anxiety and fear I don't think those elements can shine and through humor I feel like I can let the deeper themes that I want to explore I can let them penetrate into the audience even deeper like a parasite and also my actors to migrate that Thursday or raise amplify my the the view mark to the berry the loot two eight years read the read ME two for many years and that the human feeling they may there was an intense uncle momo me to tell you more to tell yeah can't questioning I'm always grateful for actors as they really understand my humor and let it explode so tell me this to close things out then I mean as you feel all this anxiety as you feel all this work as you feel all the stress and not to mention your you know your personal life what's going on the world right now what's something you do to find some humor to find some joy in your life I think I think humor is always depend on distance distance between myself and something actually happens around me if somebody but I've seen happen with me even though I am in the very middle of that situation but if I have a some distance from myself I overview myself and watching the whole situation from the discuss point of view it looks very funny and black comedy kind of family so the distance matters I think a director bong thank you so much for your time thank you thank you for great conversation that was my conversation with director bong joon ho he directed the award winning film parasite the film is south Korea's official submission to the international feature at the Oscars parasite opens.
"three words" Discussed on WGN Radio
"First three words the declaration of independence. We the people. We the people is right. Ding, ding, ding. The first three words of the declaration are. We the people. Yeah. We hold these truths. Wait within which is the one that says when in the course of human events, I think it's when in the. Yep. You're right. When your buddy JJ would be very unhappy with me for Bochum that one the pizza was absolutely. Did we the people? Is all that really isn't that a citizenships mission ship? It's really about the pizza and you did get the pizza question. Right. Hold on. Don. We'll send one out to Gardner. Okay. I know. Are you ready? I hope so I was ready to break into we the people school of rock song get back then. How does that one go? 'cause I remember some of them. How does the constitution Songo? We the people in order to more perfect union provide the context. There's six of them. And I could take them all to you. But it would be embarrassing because my wife is bad, but provide Justice for all and provide security and for our selves and our posterity doer day nicely done. So that's the constitution song. You know, the the Bill of rights on. I'm just the Bill song. I'm just a Bill. Yes, bill. Oh, yeah. Sitting here on top of Capitol Hill. Well, it's a long long journey to the capital city. Can you do up at buses stopping at the railroad track? Because of that what's another one you from the old school of rock. Does hero. Elbow room was another good one where they talked about the expansion. Hero. My hero. All the, you know, the literature will into the used to do that helped you remember how to spell words and all that good stuff. Is there anything? So that in the popular culture now, teaching stuff through music, those things and the thing is to kids don't sit around and watch cartoons on Saturday anymore. We were a captive audience and those things those plus in the news were really really good. I guess now if kids clicked on a site or a YouTube video the taught them the constitution and math. But I don't know that that's happening right now. To show it at school, my seniors because and they loved it. They thought it was the greatest thing. This is a tough one former teacher you ready. I hope so boy what is one right or freedom from the first amendment the first amendment grants us five this has one. But I'm going to ask for three. I'll give you five because the. The things that I talk. The acronym was star speech press religion assembly. Press religion assembly and petitions. Yeah, so Spar with two peas S A R speech press petition the government assembled. You know, what you deserve more than a pizza? I was going to say. Do. Nice choice. They're hold the line talk to produce Ralph. We'll make sure we take care of you. Okay. Thank you. Oh, we got some. We got some listeners got going on. All right. We've exhausted our pizzas. Now, we're onto the desktop indoor weather station. That's cool too. Selleck girl. I just wish I was on the other side right now can be calling in and winning these prizes, which you have known all five of the powers afforded us by the first amendment. I think I would have oh nicely done. All right. How about this one? This one's kind of Carl. This one's going to take some thinking. Are you ready? Okay. And thing can we write you in for mayor. Yes, sir. You may know, don't don't go. Do not do that. King. Yes, if your ballot says, do you want John king make that a yes vote? Okay. All right. What is the economic system in the United States the economic system of the United States is what? You said you might have a. A lifeline. We're going to traffic now gender salvo seems to be doing pretty well on this Jenner you still over there.