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Hundreds march against COVID-19 restrictions in Belgium

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | 3 d ago

Hundreds march against COVID-19 restrictions in Belgium

"Hundreds hundreds of of demonstrators demonstrators marched marched through through central central Brussels Brussels to to protest protest against against the the Titan Titan covert covert nineteen nineteen restrictions restrictions people people took took to to the the streets streets to to protest protest against against new new coronavirus coronavirus restrictions restrictions imposed imposed by by the the Belgian Belgian government government on on Friday Friday to to counter counter the the country's country's latest latest surge surge in in cases cases calling calling it it an an attack attack on on their their freedom freedom and and rights rights prime prime minister minister Alexander Alexander de de croo croo has has announced announced that that children children must must now now wear wear masks masks from from the the age age of of six six an an indoor indoor events events will will only only be be allowed allowed with with a a maximum maximum of of two two hundred hundred people people this this is is the the third third week week in in a a row row that that rules rules of of tightened tightened as as the the country's country's health health services services are are struggling struggling to to support support those those with with other other life life threatening threatening diseases diseases I'm I'm Naomi Naomi Shannon Shannon

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Bill O'Reilly Describes the Radical Left's War on American History

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 4 d ago

Bill O'Reilly Describes the Radical Left's War on American History

"It seems that the American people remain in a place where they want you could call it common sense, but they just want real results for themselves and it's been an obviously very turbulent and chaotic last couple of years. There's also this massive war on American history, which I do want to get your thoughts on. You wrote a phenomenal book killing Lincoln, killing Patton, the whole series is incredible. What is your personal opinion or your analysis of when you start to see public high schools in San Francisco renaming schools that have Abraham Lincoln on it? Where do you rank the kind of deletion of American history on the hierarchy of things we should be concerned about? So what happened was this once the progressive left, the far left elements who want to destroy the fabric of traditional America. Once they realized that the corporate media was going to enable them. And that became clear after the George Floyd situation. So once the progressive left said, we can take this to the limit to quote the eagles. And nobody's going to criticize us in the mainstream media with the exception of Fox and a few of the conservative outlets, talk radio. So we can run wild. So what we're going to do is we're going to brand all the founding fathers, all of the Titans of American history as racist, who do Abraham Lincoln. They're all races white supremacists and they exploited people of color and that's what America is built upon. I'm not built upon freedom, not built upon pursuit of happiness. It's built upon racism.

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"titan" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

Astronomy Cast

03:23 min | Last week

"titan" Discussed on Astronomy Cast

"Now, what's interesting is as you move out from that metallic core, it's not as dense as mercury. It has a larger radius than mercury, but it's not as dense. So there's going to be lower density material whether it be water pockets, which in this case may be ice pockets. We're not entirely sure because again, it's not like we've taken a core sample of these worlds and measuring the moment of inertia only gets us so far. But it's believed that this is another world that probably has subsurface oceans. It has a cratered surface, it's weird because it's not like Europa Enceladus where we have clearly that ice surface that is coating a complete ocean underneath. It's more in the category of Pluto where we can see hints that there's ISIS in this case in the composition, but it has a whole lot of rock. So this is one of these transition objects. It's not a ocean world in so much as it's a world that has rocks and metals and waters. It's a full fledged world. Okay, so Ganymede, we've talked about series and Ganymede. One which is the king of all asteroids. The other, which is, I guess, the king of all moons. And we talked a bit about IO. So let's talk a bit more just about some other objects that are really giant rocky objects in the solar system that catch your fancy. Titan, we have to. I mentioned Titan. Titan is a world that has an atmosphere that is so thick that a human being wearing wings on their arms could glide around. You'd need a spacesuit. The atmosphere is things that we don't breathe so well. You wouldn't need it. You wouldn't need a pressure suit, though, which is amazing. You'd need a coat and a wind. Pressure suits so you don't get crushed so much. I suspect being bruised up by the atmosphere wouldn't be fun. Well, it's like one and a half times the thickness, the atmospheric density of earth. So you could you could wear a coat and it's minus like 70 Celsius on a good day. So you would need more of the coat. You know, and that's what a space suit is starting to do. But you wouldn't need that same kind of pressure, so it will be a simpler apparatus. The atmosphere. You would definitely feel squeezed though. Interesting. Yeah, that would be weird to feel more atmosphere. I guess it would be like when you swim down in the water. Exactly experiencing more pressure. Right. That's interesting. Just drawing in air gets more difficult when you have that extra pressure on your body. Yeah, yeah. But..

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

Update on the latest sports

"AP AP sports sports on on time time Merriam Merriam shuffling shuffling atop atop the the AFC AFC standings standings after after week week twelve twelve action action the the Baltimore Baltimore Ravens Ravens now now at at the the top top record record eight eight and and three three after after holding holding off off the the Cleveland Cleveland Browns Browns thirteen thirteen ten ten Sunday Sunday night night but but lurking lurking right right behind behind the the New New England England Patriots Patriots who who won won their their sixth sixth straight straight knocking knocking the the Tennessee Tennessee Titans Titans off off the the top top if if he he purchased purchased thirty thirty six six thirteen thirteen the the Packers Packers are are now now second second in in the the NFC NFC at at nine nine and and three three behind behind Donnel Donnel Arizona Arizona after after blowing blowing off off the the rams rams thirty thirty six six twenty twenty eight eight the the Buccaneers Buccaneers knowing knowing three three F. F. as as in in the the call call thirty thirty eight eight thirty thirty one one as as Leonard Leonard Fournette Fournette scored scored the the last last of of his his four four touchdowns touchdowns on on a a twenty twenty eight eight yard yard run run with with twenty twenty seconds seconds left left college college football football hours hours after after saying saying he he would would not not leave leave Oklahoma Oklahoma for for Ellis Ellis you you Lincoln Lincoln Riley Riley announced announced he he is is leaving leaving Oklahoma Oklahoma to to coach coach U. U. S. S. C. C. Riley Riley had had coached coached the the Sooners Sooners for for five five seasons seasons including including three three CFP CFP appearances appearances too too long long winning winning streaks streaks were were extended extended in in the the NBA NBA the the warriors warriors made made it it eight eight straight straight clipping clipping the the clippers clippers while while the the bucs bucs made made it it seven seven in in a a row row outpacing outpacing the the Pacers Pacers I'm I'm Tom Tom merry merry M. M. A. A. P. P. sports sports

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Jones throws 2 TD passes, Patriots roll past Titans 36-13

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

Jones throws 2 TD passes, Patriots roll past Titans 36-13

"Mac Jones helped the patriots topple the AFC's number one seed in a thirty six to thirteen route of the Titans Jones threw for a career best three hundred ten yards and a pair of touchdowns to lead New England two eight six straight wins Jones says it's his receivers who deserve all the credit the guys getting open they've done a good job with all year and it's just getting the ball in stride and throwing it to the right guy and we just got to continue to improve on that Kendrick Bourne caught a pair of TV's for the eight and four patriots Dontrell Hilliard rushed for a career high one hundred thirty one yards including a sixty eight yard touchdown late in the first half Tennessee has dropped two straight to head into the bye at eight and four Geffen Coolbaugh Foxboro Massachusetts

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Update on the latest sports

AP News Radio

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

Update on the latest sports

"AP sports I'm guessing Coolbaugh Georgia continues to top the latest CFP rankings but there's a new number two and number four Ohio state has moved ahead of Alabama for second with Cincinnati holding the other semi final slot in Michigan sitting just outside the picture in fifth the Bulldogs and bear cats are the only unbeaten teams in the rankings here Cincinnati coach Luke Fickell it is what it is I think we've kind of said that from the get go and it doesn't really matter until the very end of the season in other college football news Penn state coach James Franklin has agreed to a new ten year contract that will guarantee him at least seventy five million through two thousand thirty one in NFL news the Titans cut former all pro running back Adrian Peterson after just three games the giants have fired offense of coordinator Jason Garrett also in New York a person with direct knowledge of the situation says number two overall pick Zach Wilson will return as the jets starting quarterback Sunday against the Texans in college basketball number one Gonzaga handled number two UCLA AP correspondent Dave Ferrie reports Andrew name hard scored twenty four points in top ranking zagra improved to six and by whipping number two UCLA eighty three sixty three to capture the empire classic hi Amy how Cass tried to keep the Bruins it finishing with nineteen points before UCLA fell to five in one it was the first meeting between the two teams since their epic battle in the final four last spring in NBA news warriors star Klay Thompson practiced at full speed on Tuesday on the court the Knicks were able to regroup after squandering a twenty five point lead against the short handed Lakers a manual quickly nailed four three pointers in the final period to bail out the Nixon A. one oh six one hundred victory we need a room ready to you know make that second push so we just you know want to withstand an act in the NHL the lightning have eleven points in their last twelve games after blanking the flyers for nothing Zach Bogosian scored for the first time in sixty three games and Corey Perry snapped a thirty seven game goal drought guessing Coolbaugh AP sports

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Texans snap 8-game skid, end Titans' 6-game streak 22-13

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 2 weeks ago

Texans snap 8-game skid, end Titans' 6-game streak 22-13

"Houston quarterback Tyrod Taylor threw for just one hundred seven yards but ran for two touchdowns as a Texan snap NFL's longest active losing streak beating the Tennessee Titans twenty two to thirteen the Texans came in having lost eight straight since winning their season opener Desmond king had two of the Texans for interceptions three of those came in the fourth quarter stuffing out Titans attempts at a rally Houston turn those into fumbled punt into thirteen points Tennessee drops to eight and three on the season but the Titans remain atop the AFC south and still have the best record in the conference I'm Ben Thomas

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Titans' NFL-best winning streak now 7, edge Saints 23-21

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 3 weeks ago

Titans' NFL-best winning streak now 7, edge Saints 23-21

"The Titans picked up their sixth straight win by holding off the seats twenty three twenty one Ryan Tannehill ran and threw for touchdowns to help Tennessee improved to seven to ten hill had a one yard run just after the two minute warning in the first half giving the Titans a thirteen six lead Danielle was nineteen of twenty seven for two hundred thirteen yards we are going to suffer but I'm never gonna projects for wind proud of our guys we battled through they were able to make some some plays when it counted and and come with the wind so proud of our guys really you know stepping up Trevor Simeon tossed a fifteen yard TD pass to Marquez Callaway with one sixteen left pulling the seats within twenty three twenty one but Simeone threw incomplete to mark Ingram on the two point try dropping New Orleans to five and four I'm the ferry

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Titans drum Matthew Stafford, Rams to keep rolling after losing Derrick Henry

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Titans drum Matthew Stafford, Rams to keep rolling after losing Derrick Henry

"Kevin buyers return Matthew Stafford second consecutive interception twenty four yards for a touchdown part of a defensive effort that sent the Titans to a twenty eight sixteen win over the rams Jeffery Simmons had three of Tennessee's five sacks of Stafford during a stifling performance against the rams prolific passing offense Ryan Tannehill threw for a TD and ran for another as the Titans won despite just one hundred ninety four offensive yards in their first game without injured NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry Stafford had two hundred nine passing yards for the seventy two rams I'm Dave Ferrie

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"titan" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

01:47 min | Last month

"titan" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Come on. Script. Wait a script. Oh, oh, right. Um. I hear. 2045, but that's such a long time away, Titan? Why do I have to wait so long? Why does everything take so long? Throws hands up in the air in exhaustion. Well, Titan submarine, everything takes longer in space. Like, what? Well, do you know how long it takes to get from your home on earth to me out here orbiting Saturn? I don't know Titan? How long does it take? It takes 7 years. Wow, really? It's script. Oh, yeah, right. So in order for me to get to you and your oceans of liquid farts, gross. I have to leave earth by 2038. That's right, Titan submarine, which means that you have just over 15 years to figure out how to swim. And I'm not talking about an ocean of water. I'm talking about an ocean of toots. Do you have any travel tips? I sure do. Well, reg? Come on, shake it all out. What is this Mindy confetti? Yeah, just go in. Well, for starters, the oceans, rivers and lakes on.

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"titan" Discussed on Wow In the World

Wow In the World

02:13 min | Last month

"titan" Discussed on Wow In the World

"Small satellite named Cassini came to visit me. Okay. How rich? A small satellite called Cassini flew by to learn all about my surface and my ocean. You mean the fire oceans? Quiet. I want to make sure I'm understanding this correctly. Mindy, is it the fard oceans? That's right. Scientists were later able to predict that the liquid methane ocean on my surface is more than 1000 feet deep. And gigantic. About the same size as all 5 Great Lakes put together. That's a lot of farther. I am so proud of my big stinky ocean. It's what makes me different. It's what makes me unique. It's what makes me me. And because it's so large, my interstellar ocean of funk is the perfect candidate for? Submarine. Exploration. Ross. That's your cute. Mindy, I look ridiculous. You look ridiculously fine. Really? Yes, no, get out here. Okay. Ladies and gentlemen, may I present to you the one. The only Titan submarine. Oh. Oh. Wow. Thank you. Thank you. This little guy is going to be my new best friend. And he's coming my way pretty soon. He's just waiting for the right season..

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Titans use late turnovers to pull off 34-31 OT win at Indy

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | Last month

Titans use late turnovers to pull off 34-31 OT win at Indy

"Colts quarterback Carson Wentz threw a pair of late game interceptions to hand Tennessee a thirty four thirty one win the most costly pick came in overtime when Kevin buyer it intercepted Wentz setting up a game winning field goal Titan quarterback Ryan Tannehill passed for three touchdowns and two hundred sixty five yards well it's a big one you know we were on the road against division opponents is playing really well so and a big win for us we knew was going to be a tough battle coming in and turned out to be exactly that receiver AJ brown had a hundred fifty five yards on a day when leading NFL rusher Derrick Henry was held to sixty eight Tom McCabe Indianapolis

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Titans start fast, dominate Mahomes, Chiefs 27-3

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Titans start fast, dominate Mahomes, Chiefs 27-3

"Ryan Tannehill threw for a touchdown and ran for another in the Titans twenty seven three stifling of the chiefs Tannehill amassed two hundred seventy passing yards in Tennessee turned three Kansas city turnovers into ten points as the Titans completed a six day sweep of last season's AFC title game participants NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry showcased his arm with a five yard scoring toss to Michael Pruitt Henry also had eighty six yards on twenty nine carries Patrick Mahomes turned the ball over twice and was sacked four times this is the first time homes a trail by twenty seven at halftime and the third largest halftime deficit for the chief since nineteen ninety one I'm Dave Ferrie

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Titans stop Allen on 4th down, hang on to beat Bills 34-31

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Titans stop Allen on 4th down, hang on to beat Bills 34-31

"The Tennessee Titans use their MVP caliber work horse to beat the Buffalo Bills thirty four thirty one at Nissan stadium Derrick Henry had twenty carries for a hundred forty three yards and three touchdowns in the win Henry seventy six yard touchdown in the second quarter turn the game around for the Titans but he credits the whole his office of line made for him it's a big big guys got good the number is is a great job walking in on my days seem to hold a hearing dot org or something R. T. buffalo's Josh Allen with an impressive thirty five of forty seven for three hundred fifty three yards and three touchdowns despite the loss in the waning seconds of regulation however is built on a fourth and one for the Titans three but he couldn't pick up the yard slipping behind the line of scrimmage and ending the game both teams are now for into and leave their respective divisions German takeover Nashville

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Panarin, Shesterkin lead Rangers over Maple Leafs 2-1 in OT

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Panarin, Shesterkin lead Rangers over Maple Leafs 2-1 in OT

"The Rangers spoiled Auston Matthews season debut by defeating the maple Leafs to a one in overtime Artemi Panarin wanted at three forty eight of the extra session on a pass from me because the ban it yet who scored new York's first goal Igor Shuster can stopped forty shots and help the Blueshirts keep Matthews off the score sheet Chester can turn away Matthews first two shots on a power play early in the opening period Rangers defenseman Jacob Trouba said Shuster can was the difference we don't have our best game and sometimes you're going to the store for you different to the Titan yes everywhere best we found a way to kind of take going through them it over way too many shots with me chances but he was there Michael bunting scored for Toronto which got twenty one saves from Jack Campbell I'm the ferry

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White scores 3 TDs, No. 2 Georgia dominates No. 8 Hogs 37-0

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

White scores 3 TDs, No. 2 Georgia dominates No. 8 Hogs 37-0

"Number two Georgia used a suffocating defense in dominating ground game to overwhelm number eight Arkansas thirty seven nothing Stetson Bennett replacing injured JT Daniels and one seven eleven for seventy two yards and Georgia gained two hundred seventy three yards on the ground we knew the office line is running backs new water savers new Titans knew that their their job this week was to run the ball and that's what we did the dog statue twenty one nothing first quarter lead behind two rushing touchdowns on a blocked punt recovered for a touchdown on their way to a twenty four nothing halftime lead Georgia stingy defense punished Arkansas holding the Razorbacks to eight first downs and hundred fifty six total yards I'm Jim Hart

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Author Craig Stanfill Sends Stark Warning in New Book 'Terms of Service'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Author Craig Stanfill Sends Stark Warning in New Book 'Terms of Service'

"Stanfield stanfield. Wrote a book called terms of service. He's a computer. Scientist and a software engineer is very knowledgeable about artificial intelligence and he wrote a book called terms of service. It's so important. Though that we listened to his warning about the role that big tech is plain and the role of censorship on the internet facebook. Twitter all this has been co opted by these big tech. Titans and i had a chance to talk to craig's stanfield about his book and about the warning. He has for all of us who go online. Tell us first of all about the book. Because i haven't gotten my hands on it yet. I can't wait to crack it. Open described terms of service for people who want to learn about it. Know about the book is set in a theoretical future. Two hundred fifty years from now. I put it that far in the future to sort of bypass whatever. Our current contemporary issues may be an look at things more abstractly it posits that there are big corporations corporate monopolies that pretty much run the economy and pretty much run the world sort of corporate government and that flows from this notion that these companies can set their terms of service however they want so if you want housing you have to go to the housing company and you have to sign their terms of service. If you want food you have to go to the food company and you have to sign their terms of service that of course you see all your power to these companies now under sure. That's two hundred and fifty years. That sounds like twenty twenty one to me. I get a lot of that and of course. There's a is obviously written in with awareness of what's going on with big tech and this one of the theme is if you think it's bad now it's could get a lot worse than it is getting

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Apple Watch Executive Takes Over Secretive Car Project

Geek News Central

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Apple Watch Executive Takes Over Secretive Car Project

"Apples always pushing the edge. And i thought apple kind of watched walked away from from cars but the apple watch executive is taking over secretive car project now. Just two days before hideaway. Doug field ahead of apple secretive car project that tech china's tap apple watch exact former adobe. Co kevin lynch to take his place so in the latest changing of the guard for the project known as project titan which is rotated leaders about as much as reporting shifted focused They replace individual so he's been working on this since july when he was brought in to help develop the vehicle software. He's been with apple since two thousand thirteen. Curiously bloomberg rights at lynch still reports to apple's cheap chief operating officer jeff williams and not to john daria the company's head of ai. So we'll keep a watch on what's apple doing anything apple build some apple bands will

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I’m What They Call Subjectively Hot

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:32 min | 3 months ago

I’m What They Call Subjectively Hot

"That. i think i'm ugly. I think i'm pretty cute but in accessible way like when you see a shower curtain at target and you're like i could afford that. That is coming home with me. I got a gift card. Hey i'm what they call subjectively hot not everybody's cup of tea but some slurp from this hosts note saying we are fine with the right lighting and bible verse on e. harmony. Please who are good. We are fine. But i've never been like a hot chick and i have a lot of resentment towards women who have always been hot their whole lives. They get too much handed to them. Like i watch horror movies. Because they're the only place. Hot chicks treated poorly run for your life. Jenny should invited assault of the pool party. Name's not jason. It's carmo run as not even her fault. It's my own insecurity. Because i was not cube growing up as a fact which is so much harder than being fat adult. Because you don't have a car to eat in you. Just gotta do it in the road. Now you to work for it. I was an old soul. Which is what adults call you when they don't want to say loser in front of your parents what that means if you don't know if you were a loser in middle school let me help you out. You can tell if you were based on how you react to one key phrase. That phrase is all right for this next exercise we're going to partner up. Ooh couple people felt it. Does your heart skip a beat. Your stomach titan. Maybe a little bit. You were a loser. I'm sorry you had to build your volcano alone.

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Fed's Powell: Several Factors Indicate Elevated Inflation Rate Remains Temporary

The Breakdown with NLW

02:03 min | 3 months ago

Fed's Powell: Several Factors Indicate Elevated Inflation Rate Remains Temporary

"Gave his speech at ten. Am today virtually. And what did he actually say. Well it was basically exactly what the new consensus thought. Let's go through some quotes. And then what. They actually mean quote at the epilepsies recent july meeting. I was of the view as were most participants that if the economy evolved broadly as anticipated it be appropriate to start reducing the pace of asset purchases this year the intervening month has brought more progress in the form of a strong employment report for july but also the further spread of the delta variant. We will be carefully assessing incoming data and the evolving risks. So what does this actually mean. We were going to indicate that we were going to start to taper but now we're focused on delta as a reason that we might need to stay the course or at least be more cautious back to powell if a central bank titans policy in response to factors that. Turn out to be temporary. The main policy effects are likely to arrive. After the need has passed the ill-timed policy move unnecessarily slows hiring and other economic activity and pushes inflation lower than desired today with substantial slack remaining in the labor market and the pandemic continuing such a mistake could be particularly harmful. We know that extended periods of unemployment commune lasting harm to workers and to the productive capacity of the economy. What does that actually mean. Well the non cynical read is that the fed is really truly obsessed and focused on the questions of the labor market and employment way more than questions of inflation. A cynical read is. Hey listen we learned our lesson from the taper tantrum. When y'all freaked out before the last time around back to powell the timing and pace of the coming reduction and asset purchases will not be intended to carry a direct signal regarding the timing of interest rate liftoff for which we have articulated at different and substantially more stringent tests even after our asset purchases and are elevated holdings of longer term securities will continue to support accommodative financial conditions. What does it mean. Even tapering won't really be a hawkish turn and tapering in the form of reduced bond purchases has implications for how fast they'll raise

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QB Ryan Tannehill Among Nine From Tennessee Titans Positive for COVID-19

Zach Gelb Show

01:36 min | 3 months ago

QB Ryan Tannehill Among Nine From Tennessee Titans Positive for COVID-19

"That we need to realize is gonna take a not just now in the preseason. But this is going to be an issue when we actually get Into the regular season. And that's covid. Okay. We see what happens with Cam Newton wasn't eligible to return to practice until today because he was away from the facility and he's not vaccinated. You need Take a test and come back, not positive, and even in the case of the Tennessee Titans They already said a couple of days ago that they had seven players. That they've had to put On the Covid 19 reserve list. This week you got Mike Rabel, their head coach who tested positive for Covid on Sunday and Ryan Tannehill. He's now a part of that group. Ryan Tannehill tested positive for Covid 19. And if you recall, it was only a few weeks ago that Ryan Tannehill was one of the players who basically said Listen The NFL is basically forcing our hand here. And as a result, Ryan Tannehill he got vaccinated. Even though it sounds like he didn't want to. He did, and he still tested positive. Now, having said that, as a result, Ryan Tannehill, he's gonna miss 5 to 10 days and he needs to produce two negative tests. Two consecutive days. Okay, the Titans they get going September 12th. I think that is enough Time to hopefully get Ryan Tannehill back up and running, and their general

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"titan" Discussed on Crypto Current

Crypto Current

15:30 min | 3 months ago

"titan" Discussed on Crypto Current

"Cap is considered the quote unquote less risky least risky from store value perspective. Even though it's not as as programmatic so to speak as a theory or other defy protocols but it is you know it is definitely considered the gold standard and so you see a lot of decisions. Starting their what's interesting. Is i think a lot of starting just like how do we make money from this. Thing called crypto first and foremost so a lot of them are like launching trading desks just getting involved in the market making of it before they actually formulated. Views says step one that to you know. Buy some bitcoin for their own. You know spin of a bitcoin. Jaffer bitcoin mutual fund. And then i think step threes. You're gonna start to see them. Actually retooling their entire businesses on blockchain. That's going to be further out. 'cause there's so much infrastructure built up over decades when i say that what i mean is rather than Bank of america offering mortgages would if there's a smart contract nibble mortgage. I think you're gonna see a ton of these fancy products beyond just investing start to become crypto enabled in many ways. So it's it's. It's not like an overnight. Change you know the early part of the s curve. I think the step over line was then finally stopped condemning bitcoin and finally be open to it. That was like that was the most important thing and i think from here is just going to be a cascade of of getting more into alden in for them. I think it's going to be about figuring. How do we participate in this thing. Called crypto without cannibalizing our core businesses. That's the biggest fear of these banks is because they're allowed them are public companies. They have earnings to report if they just go and try to reach a whole done. Their earnings uniform precipitously. So it's a really slippery slope It's it's one that i'm i'm fortunate to not have to manage private startups. Yeah sh right. And i mean you're bringing up a lot of great points and it's like when you start to get into all of this. It's all about risk it's all about. How do you start to get a fair amount of it to where you the upside is higher. But you still can protect your downside but still be a part of. I think the biggest wealth generation that our generation's probably ever gonna see across like not just the us everywhere the entire world like this is one of the greatest opportunities to create financial wealth for generations to come and as we look at that. Just like you said even with titan someone being able to come in with a hundred dollars and how that in itself is giving access to people typically would not have that we go back one decade. You couldn't go to institutions or anywhere to get that kind of opportunity to do that so you're seeing a lot of financial players and financial systems opening up their arms to any and everyone saying like. Hey here's a way that you can participate. You can be a part of this and be on the beginning front of where the world is headed. And i think that's that's you know extremely cool and i think that's ultimately what we're going to adapt to as we kind of get more centralized in more people being empowered with tools to to access this stuff. Now i couldn't agree more and to your point on one hundred dollars just the reason we have some slow minimums in we're comfortable. Doing that is because if you think about work though is just like the aggregate global market cap. What is it somewhere one to chilean ish somewhere in that range. We're talking about less than ten percent far less than ten percent of the. Us equity market cap right in so was awesome is even if it's one hundred dollars. I talked to people in equities all the time. And it's just really hard to fathom is even worth investing. Let's say one hundred dollars in the market. I make ten percent a year. That's like less than a dollar a month right. Is it really going to change my life. And obviously we've heard stories about people that went all in. They mortgaged their house in bitcoin. And you know they crushed it over the last ten years. There's a lot of stories that going the other way. But i think if you have one hundred dollars and that's a small portion of your medical assets were so early that it could be truly life changing right if you're reinvesting if you're staying the course you're consistently investing party bring them over time as you know a reasonable asset allocation. That includes crypto so. I'm excited that like it's so small and early that putting aside weather big banks can afford to let in smaller clients or not everyone to i hear from clients like did i miss the boat on crypto like bitcoin. Forty thousand like did. I miss it in. Its were such. We're at the top of the first inning in my exciting. It's so early. I have a crypto for beginning. Document that i made earlier this year. And if you've got into big clinic first came out. I believe around two thousand nine hundred roughly three dollars to win it hit around thirty thousand dollars. You just put in twenty dollars in a decade. It'd be worth nine million dollars. It's insane it's so early and like not to say that there can't be another big coin esque type of opportunity that same thing with if you've got into when it first came out. Put twenty dollars when it got up to believe right around. Twelve hundred dollars that same investment would have been worth six figures. It's nuts and the time horizon like you don't really see those types of returns like ever if you go back in history on certain things like you. It's rare that you find. This happened but it consistently happens within crypto. And that's the kind of opportunity we're talking about here one more question. I wanna go into my questions is early. You talked about that. You look at trends like you like to look at bubbles and booms and everything else i for one Not to bring us off the rails too much. Thank that what we're seeing in. The stock market is starting to make less and less sense to me. And i'm starting to yield some red flags. And i think that regardless of what ends up happening there that crypto could essentially be a good way to hedge against whatever ultimately happens over there. What is your opinion on what we're currently seeing in current equity markets question because i two has seen pockets of of euphoria and froth were really hard to justify. Even the most optimistic assumptions accompany or stock. Being worth what it's worth. I would say i'll take a a little bit of like the the sneaky way out journey to say like fortunately at titan we not like macro forecasters like i don't we don't have to wake up and tell our clients like we're bullish on the stock market every day and it was cool so take that same approach to crypto. And what i mean by that is. We're looking bottoms up. What projects would we feel comfortable owning for ten years and like not seeing the stock chart or crypto price chart and like in other words. Bottoms up fundamentally vetted whether it's like led by the right manager team. The right founders. The developer community has strong and growing utility adoption and you can look at various multiples of unchain metrics and transaction volume and look at the real fundamentals in as long as there's a smart team in community around that in it's growing irrespective of these booms in boston crypto in that same goes for the stock market. We should end up. Okay if we build a spy folio look. We're not going to get all those calls right or wrong. But as long as we stay on top of the news events and and we can make tactical changes along the way if necessary will do okay so i definitely see pockets of in the spec community and in certain cloud software like a lot of runaway trains. I think it will end up pretty poorly for a lot of people status assume that stock chart and by without understanding what they own but was awesome. Is i think like to your earlier. Point on on you know buying twenty dollars turning into nine million dollars. The important thing is understanding there are going to be periods of time as a stock investor. And as a done. Esther re look really stupid. All your friends. It is inevitable no one who has made it quote unquote encrypted or equities has ever looked like a genius to everyone all the time. It's the people that are that stay invested in the right things for the right reasons. In spite of that volatility that get paid for in that that those drawdowns neck pain is like the cost. That's the cost of ending up at the right destination. So our goal of titan kind of wrapping up is like hopefully we can. We can manage. That came for you around that pain right. Hopefully you defer to us and outsource that role to us rather than having to do it yourself. 'cause i've been there and i've i've bought and sold my fair. Share stocks in crypto and lost money and then kick myself for having sold too early but i totally agree buying indiscriminately. Anything is usually not a great idea. But if you go bottoms up. There's even stock market and sterling crypto. I see a lot of really attractive stuff today. Definitely play the long game if fine projects that you believe will be here and are and are going to continue to grow a lot of them that just survive the test of time right. I mean with the stock market with crypto there startups ninety percent of them going fell but the ten percent that don't be extremely strongly powerful and again doesn't mean that even if they survive a decade that ultimately won't fell in there that there's not money be made within this year the next three to five years seven years. Whatever the summarizing is it just means that when you have the longer game and play and you're you're playing with like sound fundamentals. You have a lot more chances to be right not to say that you won't be wrong for a second are look like you said might look like the smartest being but if you really just play it out and let things play out you have a really great solid chance of coming out on top but to question. I kinda wanna do as we wrap this up. One is if you could take two three four lessons that you like with all the knowledge that you have right now can impart that wisdom to yourself when you first got started. What would that be. I'm gonna approach this as investor. Just you know even as a business owner at titan. Today i think about what alec i think about these two lessons. The first is always have a game plan and my call pre mortem it have pre morton is familiar. It's basically a fancy word for game plan. It's fast forward to their future. You and pain different scenarios upside middle of the road downside scenario what would you do in each of those scenarios and literally write it down. What i found time and time again is you. What's called thesis creep. You convince yourself overstay your welcome on a loser position or decision at wet poorly convincing yourself. You hope to make it back to break. Even what. I've learned time and time again is almost never happens. And it's a downward spiral and conversely allow the best investments. I've made since. I made are ones that appreciated in value and then double down body even more or double down as a business owner at a higher price and so i think having a game plan is so important. Because it's so easy to convince yourself and move whichever way the winds blowing especially when you have media headlines friends laughing at you for having lost money on his co. crypto like it's so most of our thing is having a game plan and then i think secondly would be i think overall just understanding exactly what you just mentioned around slugging percentage. It's probably the single most important concept. I've learned investing. Which is like you're not going to know at the outset and this goes with life in general you're not going to know what the outset which decisions are going to impact you in the world. The most next fifty years. You won't know it's really hard to no a priori important that you should just know that it's likely that a few drive most of the value. That's that's the key he's like just like in a slugging percentage basically means even if you only hit the hit the ball a couple of times in the plate view at home runs. Who cares if the rest the strikeouts right right and it goes the same in venture capital indefinitely in crypto build a portfolio of tang crypto assets. If eight go to zero to go a thousand x well guess what you far outperforms pretty much every other asset classes passive in next. You're not going to know which are gonna thousand Beforehand otherwise you just go all in on the two thousand one right right but all of my portfolios overtime all my decisions tend to have that paredo law where most summer okay some fail but a few are really really really right. You'd have to know going back to the game plan. You're not going to know which those are but just mentally getting in the head. Space of understanding. That can help help you manage that data volatility away absolutely and just to keep the baseball references going. You want as many at bats as you can get so diversification is good and having soggy always live to fight another day. Yes live to fight another day. They'll just go up there in homerun with with one pitch. Try to give yourself more pitches but as we kind of wrap up man. I always like to ask a final question of what is a final thought that you wanna leave with all of our listeners. Here today my final thought would be. I think as it relates to to crypto new life. More broadly i would say always asked why especially in spaces or or industries or or topics that seem a little bit crazy at the outset especially relates to crypto. But you know it seems so far so fanciful and almost like it was like a criminal enterprise or something at the beginning right. It's like people using this for the dark web and whatnot. There's always a why if they're smart people working on something always ask why i think. This went for crypto this for the internet. It's when always backed like semiconductors in the middle of last century. I wish i would've asked why wait earlier. Ripped out instead of brushing off like many people. Did you know. Beverly never obviously but parting thought is that i'm asking myself every day is wherever i see something. I don't understand it. Sort of shooing. Away just asked lie and digging deeper like that. And i mean asking why following your curiosity we believe in that once. You all your curiosity. It's something that you want to learn more about your typically have more passionate about it and you feel more compelled to to see it through so i think that's fantastic. I thought and i definitely appreciate all the time you spent with us today. But what are some ways that people can connect with you learn more about titan and do some next steps best way to find us titan dot com. You can find me on. Twitter handles out virtual clay and you can obviously You know shooting not well. Klay at titan dot com is the best ways to us. You'd find a titan in the app stores here in the us as well like richard mentioned. We'll be launching crypto gary soon so dependent one. This episode goes live may already be out there in the world would love to have you aboard excellent. Thank you again for joining us. And of course for everyone. Listening stay crypto current. Hey current crew. We want to give a quick shout out to all of our faithful listeners. 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"titan" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

The Sprinkler Nerd Show

03:27 min | 4 months ago

"titan" Discussed on The Sprinkler Nerd Show

"Time but there are some times. You probably didn't get paid absolutely. Yeah so service. Titan has man there's so many efficiencies that it sounds like this you guys have gained by implementing it for sure you know. What haven't we talked about about service titan specifically and and how it has changed your business or influenced your business that you think is worth sharing so one big thing that titan has kinda opened our eyes to and one thing that we've kinda really changed our kind of how we operate. The business is memberships is what they call it. It's something that's very prevalent. Because service titan is primarily a plumbing h fact that that was where they started. That's where their roots come from. It's second nature to those industries. They have these comfort packages. They have air conditioning service packages. They have tankless water heater service packages and that was very interesting to us because it's something that's directly translatable with an irrigation system. Especially if you're if you're in a colder climate you have to get that winterisation done right. Most people don't like doing their own winterisation if you have a backflow device that needs to be tested that needs to be tested on a yearly basis if you want somebody to turn on your irrigation system. Make sure it's ready to go at the beginning of the year. So there's all these opportunities where the client books every year. Well what if we could eliminate that and we say you have a membership. You pay a little bit each month though services. Get booked automatically. You don't even have to call the office we'll let you know. Here's when you're booked if that works that works if it doesn't lead and reschedule yeah interesting instead of. I'm just going to pick a number so to spending a hundred and eighty dollars on the winterisation one time in october. They're paying you monthly and it's all inclusive for everything exactly. Wow that is definitely a different way of looking at it. And i'm just thinking to myself. The customer may feel like they're getting more value because they have you all the time ish and then they don't have. It's going look like it's less because it's monthly. Exactly it's it's less of a hit. Nobody likes getting a big invoice. In addition to that there are other perks that we can throw in as well right As i mentioned before with activation not everybody wants somebody to turn on their own system. It's just kind of a fact we've come to accept but with our activation memberships. We can we can throw in some extra goodies to make that more worthwhile so with our activation memberships. Not only do they get a discount if there are any repairs needed so they get a discount on parts labor when they go to book that service called they are priority. So if you remember you've shown you you're you got some commitment to us. We want to pay that back. We wanna make sure you got a problem. Where out there to deal with it. So they get priority booking they don't pay any dispatch fee. There's all sorts of little perks that we can throw in there a loved that had love that concept. I we may have to. I may have to actually put that in the title of this episode. How implementing memberships can improve your business. Really fantastic it's such a you know miles the the owner he coined the you know the senate and forget it solution you just you get your membership set up and you know that your system is taken care of and if you ever do have a problem will be out there to.

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"titan" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

The Nat Coombs Show

05:27 min | 6 months ago

"titan" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show

"Look look tennessee is not the they have a good season. They're giving up about what the fifty second overall draft pick right. They'll do that absolutely to get a few good years out of julio jones. They'll they'll they'll clearly do that and even the back to my first answer. I'm not arguing. The falcons shouldn't have dealt julio jones. They look in the mirror and they say we're four and twelve keeping. Julio jones is not going to get just adding kyle pits alone knowing warren salary. Cap trouble to on the defensive side. That's not. That's not going to bridge the gap between seven or eight extra winds to get us where we need to go. It's i'm sure there's a there's a great lament because if you and i had been leaving just in shock that patriots superbowl and i said to you. Not only will. They not get back super bowl. They won't make an they won't make an nfc title game again. With how shocking. The loss was after being up. Twenty eight three and losing in overtime to the pats. We actually might have believe it. But i'm not sure. I thought the wheels would come right off. Three under five hundred seasons in a row with matt ryan quarterback that should end you. Julio jones and a good running game that shouldn't be happening lead to the demise of dan quinn. Obviously with no one five start. So i can't tell with the falcons. I can't tell if they're going to bottom out a can't tell almost that's the goal but like i. I wouldn't have kept jones. I just would have held out for for more. If you've got closer to july. You great shout that the pick his gonna be at realistically unless something extraordinary. Abbas to tennessee season is going to be in the lower reaches. The deep awards are the second short. Incidentally that must be the hangover. Of all the falcons right. It was great brady. Hang overruled time. You know it might have happened. Even it hasn't happened during covid. Because that's the last thing i want to do is Is doubly flat. And i know they say alcohol. Consumption has gone up. You see me not. I'm a social drinker. I make that really tough call to go from two to three. And that's the line and an early morning radio right breakfast radio you realize when you do breakfast radio and you realize when you have little kids that last thing you want. You don't even wanna a mild headache. Let alone a massive pouting slave labor on your brain so It hasn't tended to happen too much as an adult. I know i know my limits. If only i knew my limits with all other forms of consumption heating having a bet once in a while downloading music but drinking is Very much that said. Like i said if if i was coming over for euro two thousand twenty different story absolutely be flowing. It's been a long fifteen months. We'd hadn't had backed barons court. The greg queens weeks ago. I don't care what. I go a just a couple of other bits on on earlier. We'll move on just some numbers. Espn stats and information. Hey i'm a company man. This dropped alley opportunities. Doug this one out actually appropes. Ali salute you for this over. The past ten seasons radio leads the nfl with fifty eight games of one hundred years more receiving the titans as a team the entire receiving core as a team of fifty in that same timespan just to put that into context in terms of the impact. That julio is hiding look he's clearly generation he one of the great receivers and could conceivably if he kicks on now this latter phase of his career. Because that's where he's at is thirty two your research got how do you think he has left providing them strings hold up. What are we looking at here at a two three years that started receiver he is and then that's probably all she wrote a minute. You get exceptions. To the rule larry fitzgerald being the most notable. But this this is pretty much. What looking at thirty thirty four thirty five. And then he'll hang them up. Yeah he's got three more years under contract for the titans. So i find that really intriguing and obviously with the non-guaranteed of the majority of contracts. You can move off a player. There ended up being dead cap. Hit as long as the titans to compete And he and ryan tannehill. Who you mentioned are kind of going to are of age together. Tannehill is only a year older than julio jones. So yeah i you know. I gotta think he wants to make the most of his three years as a contract for julio jones at age thirty five. Maybe there's a one year deal but every you know they're not the wide receivers don't age quite like running backs we know that you you'd better get that money while you still can and i never knock holdouts and i especially don't not because it's it's not a if it was a guaranteed contract and i'd say look you're you're you know you're getting paid and they oh you this money and you've got to fulfil like in the nba or nhl. I sock your major league baseball. You're getting paid. you should show up. Non guaranteed contracts are very different story for me especially running back. So we've seen the chris johnson's right and the and the maurice jones drew's give it a try and we saw famously with emmett smith in nineteen ninety-three when the cowboys were defending super bowl champs. They went own to the monday after that. Second game. jerry. Jones has the check for emmett smith. Like that's how it works. So i think julio's got at least a few years left in the tank. I look he has to you. Lay that out there. He has to bounce back because what we haven't seen is an unproductive julio jones when he's healthy and plays a full season that's a big big difference if the productivity was starting to wane most most yards in the league in two thousand eighteen and he only had two hundred eighty yards less than that missing a game no less in two thousand and nine thousand nine so i want to write off twenty twenty but at the same time i also. He's aware he'd be..

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"titan" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

07:21 min | 6 months ago

"titan" Discussed on Around the NFL

"You're still going to now. Have this awesome talent here. And the dynamic duo that you could put up against anyway. But it's one of those things like in june. This is the perfect trade. And the fact that you didn't have to give a first rounder and i guess that report that that surfaced last weekend that they had a first round pick trade offer in hand of the falcons was all baloney But we'll see name eighty seven with saying they would give up a first and you have to send a second back which would be a bad job withholding that from the first report. But that's what i'm guessing probably an probably pay for part of julio jones's contra or it was just it was just since there's no gm app they just floated that out in the wind. Hoping another team would get sucked into to get into derby surrender first round pick but That's that's my only kind of hesitation like the yellow light. It's a great move. i love. They went for it. And are aggressive here tennessee But will he be that guy. Will we see them on the field. These to tighten wide receivers. I meant titan like great players. But they're also the titans yes So i hope we get seventeen games of that. That's where he just gotta cross fingers and hope for some luck. There is some concern that. Julio jones has rarely practiced in the last three years. That's a fair point. Like he has shown up on sundays. He's always questionable. he never practices. I don't know if these. Nfl teams are all concerned about. He's been quoted in the past. I'm not really an off season weights guy you know. I only lift weights when they make me to during the season he obviously is a well conditioned athlete that works out in his ready to play football at an extremely high level. Because that's all he's ever done But for him you know. He hasn't been like tom brady. Tb twelve. he's he basically says the only lifts weights When they make them. I don't know if there's some concern that. He's not going to age while i do think there has to be just inherently a human motivation to make this work. When you get to tennessee. Not that he wouldn't be motivated in atlanta but he's in a new spot. Aj brown push to get him there and he has to be thinking like i want to set up the next contract. There's a couple of more things. I do want to talk about with cooler. But one of them is the money and i think it's been misunderstood that like all you gotta take on julio's contract okay. You gotta have the room to take it on this year but everyone should understand. Julio jones has an incredibly good contract to take on now. That's i think going to be a problem down the line and is probably why were hesitant but for this year unless he's insisting on new money this year he's fifteen million dollars this year. That's it like you look around the league and who's making fifteen dollars million dollars or more at wide receiver. Julio jones's better than most of them like that's the type of money. Sammy watkins was making on the open market. Not much more than corey davis in nelson aguilar were making on the open market a little more and then in the two years after this one is making significantly less in. That contract looks amazing. So worst case. If you're the titans you either have to pay more money. When the cap goes up or it doesn't work out and he'll he's very easy to get rid of or he's possibly tradeable again and i. I don't think the money part of it if you can absorb them. This year was should be negative. That was part of the discussion. I didn't totally understand unless you're atlanta. Who had kind of box themselves in a corner. And and we're in a bad spot right. Because i think it's correct like what i guess. The premise of our show a lot of times. It's cap space. Let's not over worry about it. But atlanta was one of me. You can go against that. You know because. I think that claim as mr caps space. So it's just it's just not it's not like all teams atlanta absolute brings in a terrible situation and arthur smith who shares the same agent as julio jones. I would imagine new to some degree. What he was dealing with when he came into the situation. Or or maybe he didn't but it shouldn't have been a huge surprise that julio jones probably wasn't totally happy with the falcons that was a big part of the reason he moved but they were the one team that absolutely could not hold onto his contract. And that's mismanagement. And that's me. Says the falcons like look at. This should not have happened this way. I mean they get they get an f grade for me. If you need to move on from a player at some point they were in a tough spot this new regime but to get here and to have them inherent this to me is just a disastrous exit for julio jones and i don't think it would if it worked out in. Julio jones helped the titans gets the afc championship of the super bowl. It's not that. Different than the raiders trading it randy moss to the patriots for a fourth. Rounder it just. Isn't i mean to me. Like regret for the falcons. If you're a falcons fan is i. It's not like it didn't have to happen. Like i remember reading the article that they could have made some other ostra moves and way right there you go great ajar jarrett and just worked out an extension with him that spread out his cap. And then all of a sudden you you can survive in the new. Get this opportunity to have your own big to with calvin ridley and julio jones and of course the kyle pissed the dynamic rookie tight enter. But he can't stop talking about so they have that option. But like when steve wise you obviously you know. Covers the falcons so he he's plugged on this. It wasn't just about money. It just seemed like a marriage that had run. Its course and he alan. Julio wanted out so there were there. Were kind of layers to this. My other thought like again it's a slam dunk for the titans. But when i do when you look at his contract this is final year that deal the extension signed in two thousand and nineteen. Is that correct. Yep okay so this could be if you're a titans van in your pin yourself. You can't wait to see him on the field there is a. There's a chance this is a one year rental situation too like if if he 'cause it for a wide receiver that's going to be thirty three next february if he has a huge season. I guess you you're going to hold onto him if he's kinda in between. They're in a situation where they might think okay. This isn't somebody we want to do. More business with and you either move on or maybe tagging trade. I don't know. But i think there is to me. Like a coin. Flip chance that he's a one year tight. I think that's in player to it's possible. E even that possibility. I think is worth the risk. And the reasons why i think trading for these veterans is is a different way to team build that i think is still undervalued in today's nfl. Because the titans weren't the only team that could have done it. The ravens could have found a way the patriots could found a way. They reportedly just didn't wanna pay the money The forty niners could have found a way if they want. And i think there's this idea on draft day that these picks aren't that valuable teams are just give up whatever. Whatever for these picks when it's for a rookie but when it gets into the offseason they go crazy. I you know i tweeted about the jets. How they traded two-thirds to move up nine spots for allies. Avera tucker jets fans got it twisted that i was picking on them. He just was like the latest. 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"titan" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

Capes and Lunatics

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"titan" Discussed on Capes and Lunatics

"Work out. Although i don't know why we call him drag queens their costumes. Don't really look anything like a like a drink. Like a drag queen that cautious tolls. He doesn't look as good enough. Spend grad green. No dragging would wear this second night when cost you. It is not good enough. Maybe i could see finger strives. I could see the deep be accessorize. It right yes but not in this one. This one's the worst lease sexy of them definitely has no business. Being on stage is a straight man suit. That's right no fast sense. Yes yes so way. So then captain spandex in inside cake. Spandex decide to follow along since tim. A little Homing device in his are. What are they all those. A shrunken shrunken yes. Basically just a throwing star but it's in the shape of an or so it snazzier. Oh but we see yet dixie trailing dot chula from a keystone city from flashes. You eighty three which we will get to this year. We should write me thinking but yes so hard to like. Line them all up on it. Kinda was like packing this in with the titans stuff because titan titan new titans sixty five and then i was like oh hey tim work right well i mean to still is he still kind of know. This might be right. Apparati transition out of the titans permanently. What his last issue in sciences one. Thirteen or one. Team that yeah. I think this. I think they much goes from here to the end. The night foam predator. Yeah i think so all right and then they have the deal. Dick says you remember your kid. I won't you like one of the villains. Find the bug. But and tim's like the signal died now. We'll never find him. Maybe not but we know the signals coming up river religious. Follow the river through the woods. Two grandmothers warehouse go and they busted the other the the catch caught the catch the cops and they're gonna like burn them to death. Yeah the bad guys kidding. The bag garcia. Tim tim could lieutenant would feel about us. Crossing paths now a. Might be singing a different tune. They crashed the window..

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"titan" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

04:20 min | 10 months ago

"titan" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"And you studies found that crack in mara. The largest see on this attorney moon titan is at least three hundred meters deep and that's deep enough for a feature automated submarine mission beyond deep crack in mary's also immense nearly the size of all five great lakes of north america combined. Templeton is saturn's largest moon and the second biggest mood in the solar system in fact it's saving lodge than the planet mercury the five thousand one hundred and fifty kilometer wide world is fifty percent bigger than that. Amador of the earth's moon and eighty percent more massive. But what really makes totten unique is that. It's the only all the solar system other than earth where clouds form rain falls onto the ground forming rivers and streams which eventually flow into lakes and seas but unlike us water-based hydrological cycle titans rains made of methane and ethane on titan temperatures so cold the water's frozen solid so hard at forms bedrock. Titan's atmosphere is about ten times as big as the earth and it's primarily nitrogen laced with methane and ethane it all forms a dense golden hydrocarbon hayes high up in the moon. Stratosphere and far below lies the swirling wave covered surface of crack marae titans largest see after sifting through data from one of cassini's final titan fly bys astronomers reporting in the journal of geophysical research rebel. The determined that crack in mary's at least three hundred meters deep. The study's lead author valeria poggiali from cornell. University says the dip composition of each of titan sees has already been measured except that is for the largest cracking mari which is not only a great name that also contains about eighty percent of the moons total surface liquids the data was gathered. Cassini's t one four fly by of titan on august the twenty first twenty fourteen the spacecraft's radar survey era mary. A smaller see in the moon's northern polar region to look for the mysteriously disappearing and reappearing magic island then his cassini cruise by twenty one thousand kilometers per hour nearly a thousand kilometers above. Titan's surface spacecraft used. It's l. timid to measure the depth of both crack and marae and maure sinus an estuary located at the season seasonal the end the study's authors along with engineers from this as jet propulsion laboratory in pasadena california had already figured out how to discern lake and see depth by noting. The radars return time differences on the liquid surface and the bottom of the seas composition by acknowledging the amount of radar energy absorbed during that through the liquid. It turns out murray. Sinus is about eighty five meters deep shallow than the depths of the central crack in mary which was to date for the raiders measure. Surprisingly the liquids composition primarily a mixture of ethane and methane methane dominated and similar to the composition of nearby laghi. Amara titans second largest earlier. Scientists have speculated that crack in maybe more a thin rich earth because of its size at its extension into the moon's lower latitudes the observation that the liquid composition isn't markedly different from the other northern seas is an important finding and we'll help in assessing models of times earth like hydrological system but there are still many puzzles about this strange moon that remain one of which is the of its liquid methane. See the matt of sunlight. Titan receives about one hundred times less intense than on the earth. And this should be consistently converting the methane in the atmosphere into ethane. The overall cycle should take about ten million years so the process should by now have completely depleted. Titan's surface methane reserves yet as the study shows this dilemma ocean worth of methane out there or at least sees worth this space time still to come a new idea about the birth of the solar system and the first atlantic splashdown of a series dragon cargo ship. All that and much more still to.

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"titan" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

Sports 600 ESPN

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"titan" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN

"Titans and Ravens job in the deep back will carry up the middle. Dobbin puts his head down barrels forward, and it is a touchdown JK Dobbins with a second effort on the Ravens to have the lead. We just have to win games. Many games we can 10 hail looks fires, Brown makes the catch of the 10 spinning. Having his way to the far booth. Wow. How did he do it? Wow, Touchdown Titans, Arthur one around carrying the found you to be these guys his coach thankful as we approach Thanksgiving, thankful to be their football coach, That's one of the more than a little physical. We were not feel like we don't you took off without the gas game on the line. The kick is up, and it is good. And with 15 seconds remaining, we are all tied at 24 haven't sunk office. It seems we got the ball that we're gonna find a way though. It's marching down and give me an answer, or Henry gets to carry running left Henry to the 2500 and 20 to the 15. Yeah. So Yeah. Yes. Yes. Touchdown Titans! The Titans will run out of Baltimore with a shocker it ot. Oh, yes. Did I say yes. Yes, I'm going there tomorrow. Boothe team wins. Eric Henry 133 yards rushing in the game winning 29 yard.

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"titan" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

MYfm 104.3

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"titan" Discussed on MYfm 104.3

"Is coming up tomorrow with Valen Titan in the morning and one for three. I was so good bye. I tried my best. Game. Every day is just 16 minutes. Non stuff, my FM. I've always been.

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"titan" Discussed on Steve McNair: Fall of a Titan

Steve McNair: Fall of a Titan

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"titan" Discussed on Steve McNair: Fall of a Titan

"I hi. I'm Tim all the tighten. The first season of sports traits true crime podcast season. Two of this podcast will be totally different story. In a new host. You know him as S. L. Price from his twenty-five twenty five years writing for sports illustrated. I know him better as Scott. Welcome Scott thanks. Tim could be here Thanks for welcoming me into your space. So so the second second season of the essays true crime podcast that you're doing it's called lateral damage. And can you tell us what the story is about. So in Nineteen eighty-two cow hours playing Stanford in another addition of what's known as the the big game between cal and Stanford the game came down to a last second kickoff and Of there was a string of madcap. Zany laterals almost like an invasion of of college football by the Marx Brothers where it was just a a completely insane sequence of events it. It's just an astonishing scene and for many people. It's the it's the wildest if not the greatest finish in college football history fifteen years after that I was at the world series in Cleveland. Nineteen ninety-seven and I was out at a bar with a bunch of sports writers and someone mentioned to me. Hey have you. Did you hear about Merit Ford. I didn't know who Morad Ford was at the time and I said no and he goes. Well you know one of the guys in the play. He's going on trial for killing his family. Family and I immediately like kind of after blinking a couple times. Sort of got up out of my chair said Oh. Excuse me I go to the bathroom and immediately ran to a payphone and and it was late at night and called my editor and I said I've got I've got to do the story. Let me tell you about an. I left him long lengthy message. I spent a long time reporting it. Sl semi off to do it and I ended up speaking to Ford. I was the first journalist to interview interview in prison. I talked to his family and his brother. The family of the Victims Co workers completely exhaustively reported it and the story never ran the only one of mine that that was a feature story that I actually wrote the whole thing and filed it and it just never ran for any any number of reasons and stuck with me for a very very long time. Can you tell us a little more Scotland White. Why why didn't it run? It sounds like an incredible story. Why why why is it just sitting sitting on the shelf at sl for all these years? Well there are a couple of things about it one is that is that Ford insisted. He was innocent as he does to this day. It was a purely circumstantial substantial case argued by the prosecution. Mark McCurry there was no history of violence. There was no clear motive. There was no murder weapon no eyewitnesses. He insisted that he was innocent but he in the end was convicted of triple murder. And I would go back and forth you know within the same five ten minutes saying he's absolutely guilty because there were certainly holes in his story and in his Accounting of what happened that day than I would would flip backwards and say well but there's no history of this and I do not and there are people who stand by him to this day and I mean to that day fifteen years later and to this day today. Who who just don't think he's capable of this and there's no history of it at how does a guy like that with no history not even a violence on a football field? I mean he was an incredibly intrepid and and self sacrificing player he was a wide receiver and punt returner kick returner. Who would constantly go across the middle so I would go back and forth? And that's how I wrote the a story I wrote the story as I'm GonNa lay this out for the reader and let the reader know first and foremost this happened but because it was not there was no resolution to the story story meeting my my accounting of it. I simply laid it out there and said okay. This is what Maria says happened. This is what prosecutors say. What happened because I didn't take a strong stand? I think that was bothersome. Awesome to some people at SL. The story sort of traveled over For me my reporting traveled over a year then two years there were fits and starts to the access excessive people and then the trial and then there was a witness who emerged to possibly could've exonerated Ford so there are all these sort of twists and turns to it that kept delaying the story. In the meantime Ray Lewis had his run in with the law. Rake Caruth Obviously was convicted of murder. And so so there were all these stories about athletes in trouble and so it just sort of petered out. What was it like revisiting these relationships in having these conversations again twenty twenty years later it's been actually very strange? I've certainly kept in touch with some people have written stories about in the past. The dynamic really did pick pick up where it left off Particularly with with Maritz father with Merete when I visited him yet again visited him twice in one thousand nine nine two thousand and went back back and visited him this past year in Folsom prison there were people who wouldn't necessarily pick up the phone but because they had spoken to me twenty years previous were a curious. Why why didn't the story run? That's number one. You know I I spoke to way back that one what happened time. It's funny I it. Leads is to a little bit of trust. I think I was somebody who who was around then and so I'm a stranger but A little more familiar than most and so Like I said there were people. Oh who proved willing to to engage simply because they remembered having spoken to me or having spoken a sports illustrated also they remember the institution. Yeah no absolutely the and without giving too much away can you give us a little taste of what has happened since then. What has happened in the last twenty years and does have is? Is there any chance he could get out of prison. Where's this thing Stan? Dan Kinda twenty years later now. It's a good question I mean legally I mean a couple things have happened. I mean his case was taken up by the California Innocence Project In in the early two thousand meanwhile in twenty twenty three because of a new California law which went in on the books I think in two thousand seventeen marite marite will be sixty years old and have served twenty five years and at that point. There's a new California law that that states that any prisoner without a combination is at least eligible for parole hearing the calculation is of course that for anybody to be granted parole especially in California. They want the Inmate in May to take responsibility for his crimes so question also as well as would merit suddenly changes story after after twenty three years in imprison Or more at this point now. That doesn't even mean he would get out. And so there's a calculation now that he has to face in that regard if he's even willing to to entertain such a thought the fact that he's now facing that after sitting for years in State Prison and sort of lends a little bit of an urgency to the story. That wasn't there say five years ago and speaking to many people involved in the story. I don't want to get into Everybody who I've spoken to because it was a surprise to me but the most amazing thing to me is just that the ripple effect of this of a crime like this just never stops it it it just lives with with those effect and even those who are not directly affected forever it really does change lives in a way that you know the the rest of the world. I don't think quite understands. Of course the central families will will you understand their their effective. But even even outside that it's been it's been an amazing and heart wrenching journey for for a lot of people. This is incredible story. I can't wait to listen to it and thanks so much Scott for taking time to chat today in this little Q.. A. As we pass the torch from sports illustrated's true crime podcast from season. One to season two right here in this feed. If you already subscribe scribe you don't need to do a thing if you're not subscribe yet you can find lateral damage on apple podcasts. Stitcher spotify wherever you get your podcasts. That's leterel damage. She's she's into sports illustrates true crime podcast hosted by S. L. Price Scott. Thanks so much thank you tim I really appreciate it. It's an honor to have you hand me the torch as you've done today thanks.

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"titan" Discussed on Steve McNair: Fall of a Titan

Steve McNair: Fall of a Titan

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"titan" Discussed on Steve McNair: Fall of a Titan

"I hi. I'm Tim all the tighten. The first season of sports traits true crime podcast season. Two of this podcast will be totally different story. In a new host. You know him as S. L. Price from his twenty-five twenty five years writing for sports illustrated. I know him better as Scott. Welcome Scott thanks. Tim could be here Thanks for welcoming me into your space. So so the second second season of the essays true crime podcast that you're doing it's called lateral damage. And can you tell us what the story is about. So in Nineteen eighty-two cow hours playing Stanford in another addition of what's known as the the big game between cal and Stanford the game came down to a last second kickoff and Of there was a string of madcap. Zany laterals almost like an invasion of of college football by the Marx Brothers where it was just a a completely insane sequence of events it. It's just an astonishing scene and for many people. It's the it's the wildest if not the greatest finish in college football history fifteen years after that I was at the world series in Cleveland. Nineteen ninety-seven and I was out at a bar with a bunch of sports writers and someone mentioned to me. Hey have you. Did you hear about Merit Ford. I didn't know who Morad Ford was at the time and I said no and he goes. Well you know one of the guys in the play. He's going on trial for killing his family. Family and I immediately like kind of after blinking a couple times. Sort of got up out of my chair said Oh. Excuse me I go to the bathroom and immediately ran to a payphone and and it was late at night and called my editor and I said I've got I've got to do the story. Let me tell you about an. I left him long lengthy message. I spent a long time reporting it. Sl semi off to do it and I ended up speaking to Ford. I was the first journalist to interview interview in prison. I talked to his family and his brother. The family of the Victims Co workers completely exhaustively reported it and the story never ran the only one of mine that that was a feature story that I actually wrote the whole thing and filed it and it just never ran for any any number of reasons and stuck with me for a very very long time. Can you tell us a little more Scotland White. Why why didn't it run? It sounds like an incredible story. Why why why is it just sitting sitting on the shelf at sl for all these years? Well there are a couple of things about it one is that is that Ford insisted. He was innocent as he does to this day. It was a purely circumstantial substantial case argued by the prosecution. Mark McCurry there was no history of violence. There was no clear motive. There was no murder weapon no eyewitnesses. He insisted that he was innocent but he in the end was convicted of triple murder. And I would go back and forth you know within the same five ten minutes saying he's absolutely guilty because there were certainly holes in his story and in his Accounting of what happened that day than I would would flip backwards and say well but there's no history of this and I do not and there are people who stand by him to this day and I mean to that day fifteen years later and to this day today. Who who just don't think he's capable of this and there's no history of it at how does a guy like that with no history not even a violence on a football field? I mean he was an incredibly intrepid and and self sacrificing player he was a wide receiver and punt returner kick returner. Who would constantly go across the middle so I would go back and forth? And that's how I wrote the a story I wrote the story as I'm GonNa lay this out for the reader and let the reader know first and foremost this happened but because it was not there was no resolution to the story story meeting my my accounting of it. I simply laid it out there and said okay. This is what Maria says happened. This is what prosecutors say. What happened because I didn't take a strong stand? I think that was bothersome. Awesome to some people at SL. The story sort of traveled over For me my reporting traveled over a year then two years there were fits and starts to the access excessive people and then the trial and then there was a witness who emerged to possibly could've exonerated Ford so there are all these sort of twists and turns to it that kept delaying the story. In the meantime Ray Lewis had his run in with the law. Rake Caruth Obviously was convicted of murder. And so so there were all these stories about athletes in trouble and so it just sort of petered out. What was it like revisiting these relationships in having these conversations again twenty twenty years later it's been actually very strange? I've certainly kept in touch with some people have written stories about in the past. The dynamic really did pick pick up where it left off Particularly with with Maritz father with Merete when I visited him yet again visited him twice in one thousand nine nine two thousand and went back back and visited him this past year in Folsom prison there were people who wouldn't necessarily pick up the phone but because they had spoken to me twenty years previous were a curious. Why why didn't the story run? That's number one. You know I I spoke to way back that one what happened time. It's funny I it. Leads is to a little bit of trust. I think I was somebody who who was around then and so I'm a stranger but A little more familiar than most and so Like I said there were people. Oh who proved willing to to engage simply because they remembered having spoken to me or having spoken a sports illustrated also they remember the institution. Yeah no absolutely the and without giving too much away can you give us a little taste of what has happened since then. What has happened in the last twenty years and does have is? Is there any chance he could get out of prison. Where's this thing Stan? Dan Kinda twenty years later now. It's a good question I mean legally I mean a couple things have happened. I mean his case was taken up by the California Innocence Project In in the early two thousand meanwhile in twenty twenty three because of a new California law which went in on the books I think in two thousand seventeen marite marite will be sixty years old and have served twenty five years and at that point. There's a new California law that that states that any prisoner without a combination is at least eligible for parole hearing the calculation is of course that for anybody to be granted parole especially in California. They want the Inmate in May to take responsibility for his crimes so question also as well as would merit suddenly changes story after after twenty three years in imprison Or more at this point now. That doesn't even mean he would get out. And so there's a calculation now that he has to face in that regard if he's even willing to to entertain such a thought the fact that he's now facing that after sitting for years in State Prison and sort of lends a little bit of an urgency to the story. That wasn't there say five years ago and speaking to many people involved in the story. I don't want to get into Everybody who I've spoken to because it was a surprise to me but the most amazing thing to me is just that the ripple effect of this of a crime like this just never stops it it it just lives with with those effect and even those who are not directly affected forever it really does change lives in a way that you know the the rest of the world. I don't think quite understands. Of course the central families will will you understand their their effective. But even even outside that it's been it's been an amazing and heart wrenching journey for for a lot of people. This is incredible story. I can't wait to listen to it and thanks so much Scott for taking time to chat today in this little Q.. A. As we pass the torch from sports illustrated's true crime podcast from season. One to season two right here in this feed. If you already subscribe scribe you don't need to do a thing if you're not subscribe yet you can find lateral damage on apple podcasts. Stitcher spotify wherever you get your podcasts. That's leterel damage. She's she's into sports illustrates true crime podcast hosted by S. L. Price Scott. Thanks so much thank you tim I really appreciate it. It's an honor to have you hand me the torch as you've done today thanks.

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"titan" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"titan" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"Show DOT com. That will lead you to also without social media outside of that is also host happiness darkness the Superhero movie podcast wherever we a different co host. I discuss a superhero movie of that choice. You can find out a little major platform. spotify apple PODCASTS Radio in this coming week listers will be getting a double dose ace as we'll be releasing our review of the crow with Eve Murphy and a few days off of that doctor strange with Kelly. Pippen I say those usually will release one episode every Sunday evening slash Monday morning for more info on this podcast you can find us on facebook. That's facebook dot com slash happiness in darkness. Excellent Excellent Jesse working. They reach you on the interwebs sweats so we are running out of time to make this quick. I am on twitter at Jesse Jackson. DFW You can find me on facebook. Jesse Jackson Jackson Lewisville Texas You can hear me talk doctor. Who With Charles next everywhere? That'll be starting up. I'll be doing that fulltime starting in January we've got new WHO We will continue to talk about the watchmen and other fun stuff on the Phantom Zone podcast and then and you can hear me. Talk Music Every week onset listening Bruce Charles yes as my wife has texted me going. It's crisis time. Yes exactly so As for me at Charles skaggs on twitter at Shell skaggs on Instagram Charles skaggs in Ohio on facebook and my blogging. He thinks damn good coffee and hot. Were talk about all the stuff we talk about here on Titan. Talk all kinds of comic books I find News News of my other. PODCASTS like next stop everywhere anywhere and the Phantom Zone podcast with Jesse and also ghost with twin peaks. PODCASTS that ideal is where we talk about all things twin peaks David Lynch et Cetera Threat Cetera. I WANNA apologize for not being able to get to chuck beans emails He wrote a couple of very very long emails. commute very passionate about What he had seen in the past several titans episodes but Fortunately that We ran out of time and and I'll try maybe get those up on our facebook page at Titan. Talk Titans podcast. You can reach us there or if you want to reach out to us on twitter at tightened talk cast or if you want to drop US aligned. Just let us know what you thought about this episode or titans one Titan Talk G. DOT COM and otherwise we'll be back in two thousand twenty to talk do patrol season two in two thousand twenty Charles if we get enough feedback. We'll do a quick feedback episode. Maybe only thirty minutes or so where we could just reach back so we get more than what we've got now. We can do a quick feedback where we take turns reading it so yeah that sounds great. Yeah yeah that'd be great All right nick thank you so much I appreciate it. Charles thank you for keeping us on time trial it. That's right Let's see we got a call it. That's all folks right we got a TV show to watch exactly so everybody. Thank you again for listening to us on Titan. Talk all the season Nick. Thank thank you Always great you were fantastic as always we looking forward..

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"titan" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

14:29 min | 2 years ago

"titan" Discussed on TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast

"Of Titans Tower and I'm joined of course once again by my co host. Everyone's favourite co host especially the Titans Jesse Jackson. How'RE YOU JESSIE Z. I am in Titan Tower to enjoying the nice facilities. Why keep walking around. I don't see here so yeah well. It is a big place. It is a big place so yeah we have a good one to discuss and a title that is very Dr Huish. Yes I was going to make a mention that that of course you were good yes so here at episode thirty eight of Titan Talk we're going to talk of course rose and it no not the doctor who episode from Two Thousand Five starring Christopher Eccleston and Billie Piper her now now not that episode that enrolls run run for your life yes yes so that's a different podcast. That's absolutely that's another are fantastic podcast that will talk a little bit later but this rose is the second episode of Titans Season Two it just came out a few days ago on September Thirteenth Twenty nineteen written by Richard Hatem or hate them depending on how you want to pronounce it. who wrote the season one episodes some of the better ones Jason Todd he wrote Donna Troy and Hero Dick Grayson which is in not that that great but it Kinda lose lost a lot of impact because it got chopped up in a in bed last half got pushed him head to the the season two premiere yes but but he's really character driven writer he focuses a lot on characterization and that's probably probably why I li- I think he's one of the better titans riders so I just want to mention that a little bit before we get started directed by Nathan Hope someone new to the show so we get a new director this time and this episode obviously is is very big because we get the introduction of a few new characters. I like how they're kind of not overwhelming us with the characters. we get the introduction of Chelsea Zang or Zhang. Excuse me as Rose Wilson who you may Ainhoa from the Disney plus series Andy Mack. I believe if I'm not mistaken yeah. I do not know her want to check that this the director. I just looked in Nathan hope yes has done several Gotham. 's Okay and a had done seven episodes of Lucifer. I thought it so familiar ask so he has a he's actually got a pretty good resume but the the two biggest ones that we would notices the you know. Gotham an Lucifer so right and obviously this titans debut and I think he did a good job with this one one in my Pi I did too we also get the introduction of Hanukkah Talbot Shimmer or as Donna. Troy likes to say Shimmer. Yeah I did not know this character now that from is that from a later Titan story or no if you read the MARV Wolfman and George Perez says titans you should know her from as one of the members of the fearsome five. I did not remember her. Yes shimmer in her brother mammoth yet. Yeah may remember so yeah big back created by Wolfman in Paris she's been on episodes of Star Trek discovery is is Ambi- and the series humans. If you remember that series yes and we get the introduction of Robbie Jones as Fidaai who who is apparently from Tim ran as it turns out and he's not episodes of nine. Oh Two one oh hell cats one tree hill he's not in the episode very long but I get the feeling we haven't seen the last of him. What's funny is on IMDB? He is given a name. He's just given him a Marion Syrian yeah oh well the only reason I know ms three because of the subtitles are the captions rather that they had his name in the captions till and and then also we get the introduction of another fearsome five-member so we have two members of the fearsome five. Will we see the other three. I'm kind of curious. That's Michael Mostly as Dr Lights and I think this was great. Casting Michael Beasley has been in a lot of stuff breath. He is played a lot of comedy and He's you know I I know him. He was really good in last resort he played some apart in castle a small role in Castle and I think he is great casting because he's he looks very likeable and very very He seems to be a very evil villain which was kind of Nice to see yeah well. If you watched him on the TV series Ozark I did not on that he was on that and he's also an episode episode of elementary in addition to castle. That's what I've got. I'm a big elementary fan so I thought I'd mentioned that but I like the fact that yeah we get added several new characters but the way they're introduced. They're not overwhelming us. They're just kind of there being very very careful about how they introduce introduce all these new characters we still have several more to go and that we haven't seen yet so I guess we'll get those later on hopefully but but but it's working out rather well. I think all right I agree okay topics this time I do have a theme but it's a very loose use theme okay primarily because I think the third the third one doesn't quite mesh as well with the first two but so bear with me. Give me a little again this one. I think you'll like topic number one though topping number one my father's house us see what yes you did. Thank you always appreciate the springsteen shout or as you said yes in your wonderful wonderful before we went live. I'm editing these special. Busse Bruce springsteen birthday episode for Settlers Brusca shameless plug here and you later greeting in your very nice did you said and and I appreciate set less than Bruce Gives Jesse a chance to talk bruce without being on our other broadcast Sir but thank you for that yeah great topic so in a Lotta ways Titan Tower is Dick's father's house right and I gotta I tell you so. Do you know what I'm actually talking referring to. In this day a well should I actually or should actually talk about what topics go ahead. Oh go ahead then. I'll go to what I want to talk okay. That sounds good all right so obviously yeah. That was the nineteen eighty two springsteen. Song This obviously i WanNa talk about Dick like you you surmised and also WanNa talk about Raven and I want to talk about rose okay in this segment because rose as we find out if you're not a fan of the comics knicks this probably was kind of a big shock to you yeah that rose has a rather infamous father so that's why we talk about her in this and I threw in Raven because Dick shares a lot of scenes with Raven in this and and he they kind of discuss how they're handling Dan how his handling of bringing rose so I thought it Kinda worked Kinda fit her in in this one. I first off what I was GONNA. Say You thank you for you. Kinda get it. I want Bruce Talking. I Want Dick and Bruce Talking every episode and I just give me five minutes minutes of them on the phone or doing there is more character development and more relationship in this show then I would argue argue almost fifty years of comments you know it's just really nice to see that Father Son Bond and mentor you know protege. It's just really well done. I think it helps that Iain Glen is just he brings it. He is such a great actor right and was wonderful in game of thrones and he really just gives a sense of of strength and love to the role as Bruce so I adore their phone calls back and forth yeah he basically calls Bruce to get some advice on how to handle rose and they kind of talk about well would if Bruce had the chance to do it all over again would he deal with all the trouble that Dick caused and for even the highs and lows or whatnot of their relationship and what do you do have the chance to do it all again. What he and Bruce Reply yes. He would do everything exactly the same yeah he you know he talked about. I had to give you a focus for your rage and that way it's okay you hated me and because Bruce you know Dick was very clear her. You know you picked in someone who ultimately wants to leave you and I would argue. That's a parent's job. Apparent parent is the to raise your child so that they end up leaving now. You hope that there is a relationship and you have a your. You've your your parent child. Relationship changes to one of you know a little more equals because they're grown ups but I love that seen I I love the advice he's giving and it's just wonderful yeah now. Dick you know I'm really digging. Dick this this season as far as Dick Grayson this season I am let me let me preface that a little bit. Now I understand what you're saying. I'm really enjoying the characterization of Dick Grayson in this in this season so my question to you here at episode thirteen of Titans as an overall series did they have they finally figured out how to write Dick Grayson. I think so I think and we talked before we hit record someone in posted on IMDB that they said season one was very uneven and that they recommended you start with this episode as your first episode now. I don't agree with that. I think because there's so much backstory that so much backstory that we learn yeah but I do think you could. I think the way an Oscar jumping on point Y- you know every comic is someone's first comic and every episode. It could be someone's first episode. This is a good introduction to the world but I do think that and I don't know if it's the same writer's room or if they brought in fresh blood but the relationships they're giving and we're going to talk about this in a minute but last episode I mentioned I don't remember Raven and Dick Grayson being especially tight in the comics no but I love their relationship in this series. I believe I just it's very much an older brother younger sister thing yes and sometimes the younger sister is smarter better than the older brother and he comes across that it's really well done and you know talk about you. Pick up strays. That's what you do you know and and that's and that's a great summation of personality. I think yeah is that you know he's looking out for the neglected and the forgotten and the outsiders although that's a different group obvious visit different but but the misfits he's looking for and what he's doing here with titans in this is where we get a much better grasp of this is that he the way he views this new group of Titans Titans the new titans as it were heave used them as a nice little not to the new guides. Yes yes yes it was so he views that this this revived group as an opportunity to kind of teach and mole or help not really mold but but to help guide and kind of what he said he makes his comment about that Titans Titans Tower that plays for young heroes to figure out how they can be the best version of themselves yeah in and I. I think that's very noble mission. It's it's almost kind of like a little bit of the X. Men where you know you have this school for gifted youngsters they bring them in and try to teach them how to control their powers and use them to help a world that hates and fears them but but but here but it's but it's good to kind of see. Dick Taking on that Kinda mentor role and I I like the foreshadowing of when he's talking to Jason which by the way I think they are writing much better have this you know he's just enough of a jerk but not you know just a brashness not a Jerky nece. I guess what we got. We got the inference that the you know three months had passed since the previous episode there was a bit of time jump so so this is obviously three months of Dick trying to coach Jason a little little bit and I really like that scene. I think you're going to talk about that. where Dick Kinda manipulates Jason.

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"titan" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"titan" Discussed on The Science Show

"Saturn by flying to precisely the right location to see it pass in front of a distant star. It's an observation called an or call tation and especially for the sideshow of this week. The astronomers on board the flight Dr Michael person speaks to Jonathan about his memories from the night and gives an update on what the measurements may have revealed. So far it always impresses me. How clear the memories are of each one. We have done dozens of alkyl -tations over the years. But I. Remember the mall fairly clearly to each one is different. The Sofia ones are certainly more memorable than the rest because you get to fly around on the aircraft. And titan was the first time we've done titan in something. Like fifteen years we have been waiting for a good opportunity, and in many ways waiting for Sofia to come along to give that sort of mobile capability with a high quality instrument that we can get detailed look in titan's atmosphere from the earth, which is difficult to do. I mean, fifteen years must have been a relief to get the daughter in the bag and your team's been working hard on it since. Yes, yes. We've been looking at it. It's quite a interesting puzzle. One of the things we wanted to do was first of all compare the data to the data that came from two thousand and three and second see what that means for the evolution of titan's atmosphere. And we had a couple of puzzles remaining back from two thousand and three the uncle tation parameters didn't really match that from the titan Lander. This was the land of the Cassini spacecraft sent down to the surface. So we were we were looking at an uncle tation data set from half a decade before we got the Lander data, and they were different. And the question was are those differences due to changes over time or differences in technique? So what we were hoping to do was get new data and compare them to both of the old sets and see, you know, if we could start putting together a bigger picture, and what we got was a set of data that seemed to indicate the atmosphere is different than both of those times. So at the moment, we're very intrigued about the possibility that titan's atmosphere is highly dynamic, can you give us a picture of what sort of conditions there are there on the surface based on your findings? It's a very different world from us. But in some ways, it's more misery properties similar to worse than lots of other places in the system. Yes, like earth titan's atmosphere is mostly made of nitrogen, but it's very cold compared to earth. At these temperatures though, you still have all of the standard dynamic pressures. You know sunlight comes in worms part's, others are cooling. So the air is moving around constantly, this creates storms this creates precipitation. We think during a particularly stormy season it can receive footage day of hydrocarbon rain. So there's a lot of action happening the atmosphere and one of the premises of you'll seeing change the most from those different measurements. And how do they translate to what the conditions would be there on the surface of this moon? The main things we see changing our the global pressure, which seems to be going up and down as you know, each different operation is giving us different measurements. And also, the a symmetry of the atmosphere. There's a very strong dynamic wind structure moving around in the atmosphere. And that is the thing that seems to change most event to events the current event is showing much more symmetry, you know, much higher bulge than the previous ones did. So it's windier. Yes. The global Jetstream if you will. Is gotten much stronger in the last few years, and it's changing in ways that you didn't expect by the sounds. It's always it's always an adventure. When you get one of these new data sets, you know, you sort of expect to see what you've seen before. But you hope not to and really the solar system. More often than not gives us what we haven't seen before. Dr Michael person from MIT speaking to our own Jonathon Webb do listen to the chase at one pm on Sunday on our n or whenever you like via the ABC listen app..

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"titan" Discussed on The Science Show

The Science Show

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"titan" Discussed on The Science Show

"Saturn by flying to precisely the right location to see it pass in front of a distant star. It's an observation called an or call tation and especially for the sideshow of this week. The astronomers on board the flight Dr Michael person speaks to Jonathan about his memories from the night and gives an update on what the measurements may have revealed. So far it always impresses me. How clear the memories are of each one. We have done dozens of alkyl -tations over the years. But I. Remember the mall fairly clearly to each one is different. The Sofia ones are certainly more memorable than the rest because you get to fly around on the aircraft. And titan was the first time we've done titan in something. Like fifteen years we have been waiting for a good opportunity, and in many ways waiting for Sofia to come along to give that sort of mobile capability with a high quality instrument that we can get detailed look in titan's atmosphere from the earth, which is difficult to do. I mean, fifteen years must have been a relief to get the daughter in the bag and your team's been working hard on it since. Yes, yes. We've been looking at it. It's quite a interesting puzzle. One of the things we wanted to do was first of all compare the data to the data that came from two thousand and three and second see what that means for the evolution of titan's atmosphere. And we had a couple of puzzles remaining back from two thousand and three the uncle tation parameters didn't really match that from the titan Lander. This was the land of the Cassini spacecraft sent down to the surface. So we were we were looking at an uncle tation data set from half a decade before we got the Lander data, and they were different. And the question was are those differences due to changes over time or differences in technique? So what we were hoping to do was get new data and compare them to both of the old sets and see, you know, if we could start putting together a bigger picture, and what we got was a set of data that seemed to indicate the atmosphere is different than both of those times. So at the moment, we're very intrigued about the possibility that titan's atmosphere is highly dynamic, can you give us a picture of what sort of conditions there are there on the surface based on your findings? It's a very different world from us. But in some ways, it's more misery properties similar to worse than lots of other places in the system. Yes, like earth titan's atmosphere is mostly made of nitrogen, but it's very cold compared to earth. At these temperatures though, you still have all of the standard dynamic pressures. You know sunlight comes in worms part's, others are cooling. So the air is moving around constantly, this creates storms this creates precipitation. We think during a particularly stormy season it can receive footage day of hydrocarbon rain. So there's a lot of action happening the atmosphere and one of the premises of you'll seeing change the most from those different measurements. And how do they translate to what the conditions would be there on the surface of this moon? The main things we see changing our the global pressure, which seems to be going up and down as you know, each different operation is giving us different measurements. And also, the a symmetry of the atmosphere. There's a very strong dynamic wind structure moving around in the atmosphere. And that is the thing that seems to change most event to events the current event is showing much more symmetry, you know, much higher bulge than the previous ones did. So it's windier. Yes. The global Jetstream if you will. Is gotten much stronger in the last few years, and it's changing in ways that you didn't expect by the sounds. It's always it's always an adventure. When you get one of these new data sets, you know, you sort of expect to see what you've seen before. But you hope not to and really the solar system. More often than not gives us what we haven't seen before. Dr Michael person from MIT speaking to our own Jonathon Webb do listen to the chase at one pm on Sunday on our n or whenever you like via the ABC listen app..

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