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"tom carson" Discussed on Inside Supercars
"Call you can take on your account. Just put a name on someone in off the cuff. Nyquist with some time now. Of course we never had that make people all the time not up is that was a good thing about it but not anything that they didn't you could go and talk to them sometimes and i like in the kitchen and so on and just start explaining to the Tempe roy i want to keep going on like that. We'll have to give you a penalty or something and they'll look at it. It's just a as it's assignments most but what you pick get penalized for so two different things in every sport. So is no different. Big mattis what you think about to die with formula fords lowly other categories will driving stands now. Because that's the way it is. You don't formula long runs. I have some drive at it. Sort of gives me something. So it's become quite common really. I think it's not a bad thing. It sounded like you had a fair bit of freedom in setting the agenda collin. Did you have that that same sort of freedom. Well not really. Where would you say. Mostly boost starting off the well. That's operating. it was quite you about you. Know inciting that we use to sort of talk to the students On show bag seasons will. But peter in myself with mike pretty good quick decision if we had to disorder. Do that fragments. We wanted to try and get the people on the dos. Gone through the signal to be penalized afterwards in deposition and it's we could do it then. I mean they stop more information around the look at after this happened so you couldn't do it now. Santa much. But now. I say i said the same thing. It was job. Gupta ability. You didn't pick on anyone in particular was a pre strike united site. You look at the incidents and and that was it. And i'm not think freedoms probably the wrong description there into the guy it was still the same noble and most sought changes that call was welcome from the ruble that always wear confirms the same ruble. it was just about for me is how we altogether interpreted what made so when we establish things like they the rules and either laps in i mean calls heavily involved in some of that we will just very clear on ensuring that It was interpreted to sign every time on. So whether you're sitting on the solve the rock interpretation was on was the sign the knicks against the why we wanted to be consistent with it and And you know it was the it my job as you. And you've got people call. And thomas the device from the self obviously craig now in that role You know freedom is scary. Would but i think that the one thing i never wanted to have or don't think the role should have is a gug lock position which means i can pick and choose have penalized. People say we decided to stay there. Standard or standard. Was this and we do the best we can decide stuck to. It sounds like the one consistent thing here guys. Raleigh wasn't happy. He's the one thing that said. Well not really i think rallied runs. Johnny carson was assigned tom carson. he do. The role is not gonna be happy and one of them but you look at the end of the dire and As a fair investment in the sport and and and set me when you do the right thing he feels you do the right thing you much but if he feels you've done the wrong thing and like you know but that's not exclusive to roll and not going to show you that takes you to a number of non exclusive to anyone. There's a lot of teams that had that signed position just wondering colon in your time that covers missouri was still food drive in the series just wondering if you remember giving him a penalty for infringement of some kind of plenty hug me. I don't know if utah calling involve the must've been must have been when i yeah. It was in eastern creek once great. But i'm not sure calling was enrolled then. I don't think they didn't have a deer. So but i'll go in front of stewart. Yes you know. They can and You know found that because in in it's slow going. I in a second night eastern great runs and i'll go to stewart's and sculpture students and you know the stewardess asked me Screener who what what happened. Like you know Fifteen made contact with our seventeen. Yeah right you know like he is gone around. I had a couple of luke's few time you shut the door. And some pushed him off passed him and And then the house dick. It'd be what you got to say and And dick says well off propably deserve you know then And that was it you know. And that's how it was may all day like they didn't have a graduate main and we'd never had argued argument said saudi decal that y'all like you will bling around and big problem you know but these days. I think it's about some little accidents and such a backlash and such bloody You know all the media gets involved they so much crap happening and it just goes on and on and on like Yeah i think that's the difference with what's happening in all days and these days and then people get a little tab day keep whingeing they come to your so and keep whingeing about it and And it's yeah. I i dunno. I dunno in leaving the position as they Did you find that It's it gave you a better understanding the why should served because worked with drivers and and and how rice was nowadays It's just gonna saikal luke shelley from my point of view When all was driving in the superior and all that different to call you become very focused just on your own jovan and repairing toward newark the entire universe so we need in skip out of that role you then become involved in a in a harlan in the rice control. You do have a different perspective. Different you on the holistic aspect of at what might set business would can everything from the officials down of the flag marshals. And you and you do. You definitely have different respecting a different view of it. And and i think that online a lot About sport in general. And that's a good thing. I think that helps as well. When talking to some of the drugs about heidi's inciteful. Say is certainly when when i step out of that driving you are driving and you you've got to be one hundred ten cents on yourself and what you do and how you do it and the team and draw and the car on the tars and all sorts of things And that's what those guys do. That's how they operate. And that's the level of the sports as days which talking exchange tactic but said automate. You call but it and he go.
"tom carson" Discussed on Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts
"You'll be able to submit it to their website. How they get paid is typically what they'll do is they'll get your book. They'll find it on amazon. They'll create a universal book link for that so that way anytime someone lands on their website. They click your book link. They go out to take a look at it they get a percentage of all the sales are coming in and it doesn't adversely affect the customer experience and other they don't have to pay more as a customer and it doesn't take away from your bottom line. That's kind of a nice little thing win win. Situation he probably saying. Where do i find these free book promotion sites it can be super overwhelming. I'm gonna give you a couple of good resources. One's gonna be on kindle. Preneurs has a specific article called one hundred and twenty seven plus of the top free and paid book promotions and he actually goes through and itemizes it and you can do do a quick search through his list of the free ones that way you can just go right to them and then also the other ones hosted by tom carson knowles on his website called t. c. k. Publishing look one hundred plus best free in paid book promotion sites. I'll tell you. There's a lot of overlap between kindle moore and tc k. publishing stuff so if you go to one you probably going to get the other It's going to take some time for you. Go through that list and find out. What's most appropriate to you. Because i mean there's gonna be some free promotion sites that are only for romance reads or maybe some that are only for suspense thriller or sci-fi fantasy so on and so forth. So you're going to need to kind of go through and just pair out some of the stuff that she won't necessarily use that way. When you go to promote your book anytime it goes for a launch. You can just go right to that free site but boom and then you're all set. Here's a little bit of the bonus by the whims can toss this one in. I wish louis shared this yesterday when i was on. Twitch there's a platform called reader's favourite dot com reader's favourite will do a free review of your book. I'm not recommending the premium service. Just get it for free..
"tom carson" Discussed on KQED Radio
"These insurgent groups that we've been talking about right up on the Chinese border, so I think they're number one goal is to prevent that. I think beyond that. I think they're feeling is that Burma Myanmar is likely to be a country that's going to be in some kind of conflict for a long time, and they want to be the sort of big brother there's all of the different armed groups both the Army itself and these other ethnic armed organization so that they can make sure that the fighting doesn't spill over into China or affect China in a negative way. Do you sometimes see that the West still exotic sizes Myanmar or projects fantasies on what they want it to be. Instead of looking at it as it is, I think that's always been the tendency right because it's a It's a country that Rafe you people know it's a country that was isolated for decades. It wasn't a country like In Thailand or Singapore or Vietnam. Teo wait for millions of Americans it had been in and had contacted experience in the country, So I think the complexity of the country's is often completely lost. But I think no, I don't think anyone romanticizes it now I think after the reading of violence off 2017 in particular, I think people are kind of unsure how to think about this country and how these different kind of stories are meant to To to connect to one another. And I think there's enormous concern about the plight of the bank in particular, I think, unless people start to delve into to the complexity of the country, there's no way that the outside world can even begin to think about helping Burma which is going to be a country that that's going to need a lot of help. I think of the years to come. Gaston to men who historian and author of the Hidden History of Burma race, capitalism and Crisis in the 21st century. He was speaking with the World's Patrick Win Election Day in Myanmar is this Sunday The little country of Denmark, population less than six million, is the biggest producer of mink fur in the world. But now Danish for farmers are worried about going out of business forever. Facing a government order to exterminate 15 Million minx to stop the spread of the Corona virus. Tom Carson has this report from Copenhagen. The Danish government has made its decision. All the country's minx must be put down the prime minister made if Alex and sits on a press conference held on Wednesday, So you should know that The press conference was held in an unusual way. All the ministers and public health officials were not physically in the room but talking to journalists via screens. This is because a number of Danish politicians have caught Cove in 19 and are in isolation. Most mink farms are in the north of the country. After the latest outbreak there, people were told to stay within the borders of the local towns. All pubs, cafes, restaurants and sporting events in the region were shut down. These authorities say that mink are now considered a public health risk. The authorities Friday raised the confirmed number infected with the mutated strain of Corona virus to 214 from 12. Of them 14 outside the area under extra lock down. National Health Agency stated. CEO Mr Toot conducted the tests on the animal's suspected of spreading the decease worst case unite behind me in the corner, but told reporters that the worst case scenario is a whole new pandemic and explained everything to that achievement for thes mutations got outta hand box set. Is a risk of compromising people's humanity at the study was that the box said mutations in the Corona virus could also make future covert 19 vaccines useless or at the very least, be a major setback. A decision to kill off all 15 million minks in the country will be devastating to the Danish for industry Pharmacy. Mink first add up to about 4% of all Danish agricultural expos. I'm India. Therefore make farmer John Pops who says he's devastated. He's been ordered to call his entire stock off 30,000 animals in 10 days, time was on minimum. It's horrible, he says. And he doesn't know what it will mean for his livelihood. Their tremendous on shark pops, who says he and his wife have been running the found for 30 years. He's also an organizer for people in the industry man. If we don't carry out the coal, he says, the government will send the police or even military. I'd say it's 99%. Certainly, industry will not come back from this. Pops. Three, says Dani's make farmers get about 35 to 40% more for the further in most other countries, farmers because it's better quality. It stems from the breeding stock, and when they're gone, it's all gone. To hell in war you in cape Up for his mood is not for a little. It's not just the farmers were scratching their heads about this decision. Some health experts in Europe have questioned the thinking here, saying the corona virus mutations discovered in North and Denmark are not fully understood. Thomas Penfield, scientist, clinician and one of the key physicians in the fight against Covert, 19 and Denmark. At first, he says he was skeptical about the decision to call so many mix. But I've learned that We have really many mink in Denmark, being farmed in the epidemic spreads extremely quickly among mink farm. After looking at the latest data, Ben Fields says that the risk of virus jumping between animals and humans It's not to be underestimated. The past six months has proven that the risk is there and it is pretty high because it appears that the Corona virus it's possible for its insights, Humans and mink. We've already seen a lot of cross transmission between making human but there's one group of people that's very supportive of the culling that's animal rights activists. They see this as a unique opportunity to finally put an end to an industry. They have long criticized for being inhumane for the world. Some constants in Copenhagen. If you find yourself looking at your smartphone every 20 seconds to get the latest on the vote count or trying to quickly re learn what you were taught in your high school government class. You're far from alone..
North Denmark in lockdown after mutated coronavirus infects minks being farmed for fur
"The little country of Denmark, population less than six million, is the biggest producer of mink fur in the world. But now Danish for farmers are worried about going out of business forever. Facing a government order to exterminate 15 Million minx to stop the spread of the Corona virus. Tom Carson has this report from Copenhagen. The Danish government has made its decision. All the country's minx must be put down the prime minister made if Alex and sits on a press conference held on Wednesday, So you should know that The press conference was held in an unusual way. All the ministers and public health officials were not physically in the room but talking to journalists via screens. This is because a number of Danish politicians have caught Cove in 19 and are in isolation. Most mink farms are in the north of the country. After the latest outbreak there, people were told to stay within the borders of the local towns. All pubs, cafes, restaurants and sporting events in the region were shut down. These authorities say that mink are now considered a public health risk.
"tom carson" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Affect china and in negative way. Do sometimes see that. The west still zata sizes men mar or projects fantasies. On what they want it to be instead of looking at it as it is. I think that's always been the tendency right because it's it's a country that very few people know. It's a country that was isolated for decades. It wasn't a country like thailand or singapore or vietnam to millions of americans it had been in contact and experience in the countries. I think the complexity of the countries is often completely lost. But i think. I don't think anyone romanticize it now. I think after the rain violence of thousand seventeen in particular. I think people are kind of unsure how to think about this country and how these different kinds of stories are meant to to to connect to to one another and i think there's enormous concern about the plight of the wrangham particular thing unless people are delve into to the complexity of the country. There's no way that the outside world can even begin about helping burma which is going to be a country that that's going to need a lot of help. I think of the years to come tante. Amid ooh a historian and author of the hidden history of burma race capitalism and crisis in the twenty first century. He was speaking with the world's patrick win election day in myanmar. Is this sunday. The little country of denmark population less than six million is the biggest producer of mink for in the world but now danish for farmers are worried about going out of business forever. They're facing a government order to fifteen million minks to stop the spread of the corona virus. Tom carson has this report from copenhagen. Us government has made its decision all the countries. Minks must be put down the prime minister. Metaphor election sits on a press conference held on wednesday. new york. Press conference was held in an unusual way. All the ministers in public health officials not physically in the room but talking to journalists vias screens. This is because a number of danish politicians have caught covid nineteen and aren't 'isolation most mink farms. I in the north of the country. After the latest outbreak there people were told to stay within the borders of the local towns all pubs cafes restaurants and sporting events in the region where shutdown things authorities say that mink are now considered a public health risk the authorities friday race the confirmed number infected with a mutated strain of coronavirus to two hundred and fourteen from twelve of them fourteen outside the area under extra lockdown national health agency state and ceo mr toot conducted the tests on the animals suspected of spreading the deceased here. The at behind for feigen mcconnell told reporters that the worst case scenario is a whole new pandemic and exchange avoided so immunity mentor in these mutations. Got out of hand back said. There's a risk of compromising pimples. You at the midst of the as was scheduled for the new bucks mutations in the corona virus could also make future covid nineteen vaccines useless or at the very least be a major setback. The decision to kill off all fifteen million means in the country will be devastating to the danish firm industry pharmacy. Mingka's add up to about four percent of all danish agricultural exports for vanya make pharma. John popsy says he's devastated. He's been ordered to call his entire stock of thirty thousand animals in ten days. Time in each greenwich won't it's horrible. He says and he doesn't know what it will mean for his livelihood. Show this or they are in shock. Piston popsy says he and his wife have been running the farm for thirty years. He's also an organized for people in the industry. We're to if we don't carry out the call. He says the government will send the police or even military. I'd say ninety nine percent certain industry will not come back from this. Popsy says danish mink farmers get about thirty five to forty percent more for their furthermost farmers. Because it's better quality that stems from the breeding stock. And when they're gone it's all gone. Thanks a healing gave gabe for shona smooth off florida. Eligible is not just the foulness who scratching their heads about this decision. Some health experts in europe have questioned the thinking here saying the corona virus mutations discovered in northern denmark are not fully understood thomas benefit lesotho scientists clinician and one of the key physicians in the fight against covid nineteen in denmark at first. He says he was skeptical about the decision to call so many minks. But i've learned that we have really many mink in denmark. Being formed in the epidemic spreads extremely quickly among mink each firm after looking at the latest data. Benfield says that the risk of virus jumping between animals and humans is not to be on estimated. the past six months has proven that the risk is there. it is pretty high. Because it appears that the coronavirus it's possible for infect humans and make we've already seen a lot of cross transmission between making but there's one group of people that's very supportive of the calling. That's animal rights activists. They see this as a unique opportunity to finally put an end to an industry. They've long criticized for being inhumane for the world. Some constants in copenhagen if you find yourself looking at your smartphone every twenty seconds to get the latest on the vote count or trying to quickly relearn what you were taught in your high school government class. You're far from alone. Political cartoons are doing a bang-up job helping us make sense of the moment especially cartoonist. Outside the united states many pen and ink reactions.
"tom carson" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Messages about how to prevent the spread of infection but we also do wonder if there. Are Some surveillance weaknesses that maybe don't find cases as much or it could simply be a matter of timing and I think that's one thing that the pandemic has taught us so far that it can just take time for case numbers to accumulate to the point that where you see it. So lots of different hypotheses I hope that that map continues to look that way and we don't see larger circles on those countries. Dr Jennifer News Oh. Is An epidemiologist at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Dr Thank you very much for giving us the big picture today. Thanks for having me. Containing the corona virus on college campuses globally, this has become a major challenge this fall take the situation in the UK. Nearly a third of British universities are reporting cases of covid nineteen in Manchester. One University had an unusual solution the school locked more than seventeen hundred students in their dorms. The World ORLA Berry joins us from London that's not exactly what many of them paid for what's been the reaction. Yeah. Real anger and frustration marco. As you can imagine, these students are paying full fees for going to the university this year. But many of them have found themselves locked into the residences at for the past number. Of Days, Manchester isn't the only place to do this. A couple of colleges in Scotland have done the same and the biggest frustration here is that the government encourage students to go back to university a couple of weeks ago, and at the time there was many scientists coming out saying is this really a good idea you encourage students to go back to a university town they're all going to gather together there. They'll have their in the first week if the can have them and it's going to cause a spike in the coronavirus and sure enough that's exactly what happened and the students are still locked in their dorms. The numbers and Manchester over the last week. Doubled from the previous week. So on Friday Manchester Metropolitan University is the university question. It told around seventeen hundred students that they couldn't leave their accommodation and that they would have to stay there for the next two weeks. The University said made this decision to prevent the outbreak spreading to the broader community but the students are saying, well, look, we got almost no warning about this. This is India. She's a first year drama student at the university and I spoke to a little bit earlier and I just asked her how she got the news on Friday. I was out shopping with the rest of my flatmates I, found out when I came to the gay and there was a Security Guard on the guy he just passed a letter and said, we have to stay in few weeks as a minimum, and if we needed to go get food or anything, we should get it now because as soon as we went in the guy, we went largely two weeks and the third of universities across the UK reporting infections locking students in their dorms clearly has not been embraced. So is there any plan in place for how to deal with this right now? Not really is the honest answer the colleges themselves appear to be drawing up their own rules and magister Metropolitan University says that s students can leave to go home but if they do, they can't come back. So they have to stay on all of this quarantine is over. They've also switched all their courses to be online for the next couple of weeks. So at the moment, there's the sort of collapse of the colleges offer their students, this blend of in person and online courses. But as this continues as covert cases go up, it's likely. We're going to see more university's doing this, and the students are really angry. They're paying fees of the average is around nine thousand pounds here in the UK nine thousand pounds a year. For courses that essentially they could be doing at home and don't forget. They're also paying for accommodation as well. But I asked India what she thought about this I don't really think it's fair to be paying the same amount when you're not getting the same experience, the education that would get news of different like it's obviously what they're doing. They're trying to do have him account it's not necessarily their fault, but it just a just a difficult situation 'cause they said tools as well. It's only a minimum of two weeks so. He knows how long we're going to be in here fall and Orlov understand. There are rumors that have begun to circulate. The students won't be allowed home for Christmas. I, mean the lack of clarity right must be really maddening. Yes. So you can imagine just add to the anger and frustration over the last twenty four hours. There were also reports that students would be wouldn't be allowed to go home for Christmas. So the Education Secretary came out this afternoon and he made a statement about his have listen students are important members of the communities that they choose to stood in. We are going to work with universities to make sure that all students supported to return home safely and spend Christmas with their loved ones if they choose to do. So the world's oil libertarian London following the confusion in education during a pandemic ORLA. Thanks very much. You Lack Marco. Unfortunately there's no single blueprint for how to deal with the coronavirus everywhere schools, businesses and governments are all experimenting figuring things out as they go consider Sweden and Denmark countries adjacent to each other but their approaches to dealing with cove nineteen couldn't be more different Tom Carson explores the two Nordic nations, regulations and results. In the city of Elson restaurants and bars now have to close at ten PM. It's the same all over Denmark. Patrons must wear a mask when they're not seated at a table. I don't know people just aren't going out anymore and many small businesses are struggling..
"tom carson" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Canada now. Of course the rest of Canada's experiencing this as well but I I remember when it was all over it was was such a wonderful celebration. Well here's hoping at the end of all this. We can have corona stuck concert Crossed Dr Isaac Bo Gosh with Toronto General Hospital. Thank you very much for being with us. That's the rolling stones headlining what was called. Sars stock in Toronto back. In the summer of two thousand three. The Corona virus spread quickly in Denmark. Danish authorities have also acted quickly their primary objective like many countries prevent Denmark's healthcare system from being overwhelmed. Denmark has a population of about five and a half million about a thousand people in Denmark have tested positive for the virus but so far there have been relatively few deaths and not many sick people landing in hospital beds from Copenhagen Tom Carson reports. All buses in Copenhagen now have signed saying they would only let on a very limited number of passes. This is not an issue on this bus onto the hospital about three miles to the west of central Copenhagen. It's just me and the driver. The streets with Dr on our close to empty is like something. Out.
"tom carson" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Bull New England Beats Philadelphia. Seven hundred ten tight game. Your boy Ataman throws a touchdown pass What do we make of these teams right now? Well I mean I think the entire takeaway for Philly fans is predicated on what you think of New England if you think think. New England is the Super Bowl. Contending team which I think there are a super bowl. Contending Tamed Sound Down on now. Though it sounds like your your little awesome while you worry about the offense and she do I mean like how could you not and you worry about stopping the red eye. Eagles went away from a little bit. They were down Jordan. Howard I think if you look at it that outweigh it's not the worst? Lost Eagles had all season. But of course it's the biggest loss because it's the latest and now they're five hundred nece was like they put themselves in a position where losses to Atlanta and in Detroit and teams like that amounted up and made this a must win and of course in the NFC. Nothing's truly a must win but we mentioned the eagles struggles with Dallas earlier. Everybody has to over simplify things and make it a win thing and I just got actually got a tweet from A guy earlier one of the listeners owners definitely from Boston like Oh crooked. Cancel the pod Ryan at Ryan at Chris. Because he doesn't want to you know. Take the eagles offense to task. The offense was bad. Dude Carson didn't play take that twelve but like Carson Carson didn't play Great Lake but guess what you've been touting this patriots it's defense all year is the best of all time or in that in that and we have come down to earth bit but you gotTa pick one because Carson not having a perfect game against these guys with down the starting running back down to Sean Jackson down. Alshon Jeffery down both tackles at one point in the game by by the way when Lane Johnson leaves early early. That's a big deal. Carson was pressure twenty. Two out of forty eight snaps again. He holds the ball long too long sometimes so that stat his snapped releases relevant the longer longer you hold it the more. You're going to get pressured. But he had four incompletion role in that final drive. I didn't think he had agreed. Asli bag game but it was funny to me that in a game where the goat who still a really good player was all over the place. The first avenue set a record for incompletions and a half. It's the first game. He played an entire game. You didn't leave bleed. The Patriots and touchdown passes shutout Jules. I just think like are we going to be mad at Brady to a I. I know whence isn't the goat and he doesn't get that kind of slack but that's a team who offensively has to hurry up and figure some things out for the for the level of expectation in New England to be met and of course Romo Romo who I love every time Brady missed the throw is the wind. Every time went Smith stores like he missed another one there. And if this is the game you're GONNA TO GIVE UP ON WHENCE OVER I. You're giving up on Wednesday like as a franchise quarterback score on trees. I think you're you're you're shortsighted. Second this is not the game like he didn't didn't play that well but bro. That's the best defense in the league. Most people think right. That's what people think at this point Yeah they are San Francisco. You know San Francisco the team gave up fifty points to I mean Devi. Oh man done sound like rail exact science so I'm looking at it now. 'cause Devia was telling me these guys were both both the two thousand Ravens. Yeah now they are and I mean going into the week they still were way ahead of everybody else. I mean I was looking at the numbers this morning. They don't get updated Until until the Monday night or so we'll know more about inter you're right. I mean that San Francisco who in what last couple of weeks we're going. Oh wait a minute what what happened to these guys on Defense Pencil Not GonNa sit there and say then all of a sudden I still. I've always liked personnel better than New England's but New England's one holding a team down to ten after they gave up a bunch of yards to Lamar and those guys so I think the Brady thing it continues to be this thing. That's real his first half second half stuff it just felt like yesterday was just a grind. You know what I mean to grind for everybody. You know what I mean but you know how like if you have a buddy and you seem like walking somewhere and you're like what's wrong like just having a bad day. Yeah just arduous and soon as they got out of the house everything was a challenge and it just felt like the Brady and his movements. And maybe I'm doing too much here and maybe but I don't think I am. I think I'm right here. I really the the more I watch him this year. The more I think things just feel more challenging and I don't know if it's just because the offensive line I don't know it's because no gronk you know it could be all of these things collectively but I think even the biggest patriots fan has to admit and some private moment that you know. Maybe this is what it looks like for the end of Tom and then as soon as I say that out loud goes probably was so who knows. I'm not willing to do that because I'm not going to be the guy what I'm saying is though that poses the question to you. I mean you're forty two forty three years old. You'RE GONNA have I bad days where the ball is not just zip off your arm You know outside the Hashes Brady Brady is still going to have them in a position to compete for the whole thing at the end of the year even with the lack of Gronk with the lack of Devlin with the line problems with some of the drops he had yesterday. But I would ask you this. The Eagles secondary has been much maligned. The Patriots Defense has been called one of the best ever right. So why are we sitting here talking about and Tom didn't have a great game. You know who had about the same game as Tom Carson. They both they both had bad throws. But we're sitting here and I know that the go gets a lot more leash 'cause he's the goat and he's going to have his team where they need to be and I'm a huge fan. So don't don't mistake. This is a Tom Critique but people have not gray days Tom will tell you that Carson had not great day against one of the best defense of all time and if you look at these two these two offenses they both fallen awful lot. Since that's your boy. I think the Eagles Miss Frank Reich. I think they may they miss de Filippo. I think they had a lot of injuries but the pats have a lot of injuries and they've fallen on off a lot since that super bowl. Our defense in seventeen was much better than the not much better. It's better than the eagles defense right now. We have more pieces. They put up six hundred plus yards yards. Offensively on US yesterday was like you said a struggle and so I think there's concerns for both offenses here. One obviously has a much better cushion and a defense defense. That's GONNA keep me in every game. Okay we're going to do a little movie review on the podcast today Yeah we're going to do Brewster's millions you remember. I'M GONNA go ahead and do this read. Do you remember the first movie you are allowed to watch. That was like a older movie like an older person. Because I remember I just it just popped in my head so think of that answer while I read this.
Analysis: New England Patriots vs. Philadelphia Eagles
"New England Beats Philadelphia. Seven hundred ten tight game. Your boy Ataman throws a touchdown pass What do we make of these teams right now? Well I mean I think the entire takeaway for Philly fans is predicated on what you think of New England if you think think. New England is the Super Bowl. Contending team which I think there are a super bowl. Contending Tamed Sound Down on now. Though it sounds like your your little awesome while you worry about the offense and she do I mean like how could you not and you worry about stopping the red eye. Eagles went away from a little bit. They were down Jordan. Howard I think if you look at it that outweigh it's not the worst? Lost Eagles had all season. But of course it's the biggest loss because it's the latest and now they're five hundred nece was like they put themselves in a position where losses to Atlanta and in Detroit and teams like that amounted up and made this a must win and of course in the NFC. Nothing's truly a must win but we mentioned the eagles struggles with Dallas earlier. Everybody has to over simplify things and make it a win thing and I just got actually got a tweet from A guy earlier one of the listeners owners definitely from Boston like Oh crooked. Cancel the pod Ryan at Ryan at Chris. Because he doesn't want to you know. Take the eagles offense to task. The offense was bad. Dude Carson didn't play take that twelve but like Carson Carson didn't play Great Lake but guess what you've been touting this patriots it's defense all year is the best of all time or in that in that and we have come down to earth bit but you gotTa pick one because Carson not having a perfect game against these guys with down the starting running back down to Sean Jackson down. Alshon Jeffery down both tackles at one point in the game by by the way when Lane Johnson leaves early early. That's a big deal. Carson was pressure twenty. Two out of forty eight snaps again. He holds the ball long too long sometimes so that stat his snapped releases relevant the longer longer you hold it the more. You're going to get pressured. But he had four incompletion role in that final drive. I didn't think he had agreed. Asli bag game but it was funny to me that in a game where the goat who still a really good player was all over the place. The first avenue set a record for incompletions and a half. It's the first game. He played an entire game. You didn't leave bleed. The Patriots and touchdown passes shutout Jules. I just think like are we going to be mad at Brady to a I. I know whence isn't the goat and he doesn't get that kind of slack but that's a team who offensively has to hurry up and figure some things out for the for the level of expectation in New England to be met and of course Romo Romo who I love every time Brady missed the throw is the wind. Every time went Smith stores like he missed another one there. And if this is the game you're GONNA TO GIVE UP ON WHENCE OVER I. You're giving up on Wednesday like as a franchise quarterback score on trees. I think you're you're you're shortsighted. Second this is not the game like he didn't didn't play that well but bro. That's the best defense in the league. Most people think right. That's what people think at this point Yeah they are San Francisco. You know San Francisco the team gave up fifty points to I mean Devi. Oh man done sound like rail exact science so I'm looking at it now. 'cause Devia was telling me these guys were both both the two thousand Ravens. Yeah now they are and I mean going into the week they still were way ahead of everybody else. I mean I was looking at the numbers this morning. They don't get updated Until until the Monday night or so we'll know more about inter you're right. I mean that San Francisco who in what last couple of weeks we're going. Oh wait a minute what what happened to these guys on Defense Pencil Not GonNa sit there and say then all of a sudden I still. I've always liked personnel better than New England's but New England's one holding a team down to ten after they gave up a bunch of yards to Lamar and those guys so I think the Brady thing it continues to be this thing. That's real his first half second half stuff it just felt like yesterday was just a grind. You know what I mean to grind for everybody. You know what I mean but you know how like if you have a buddy and you seem like walking somewhere and you're like what's wrong like just having a bad day. Yeah just arduous and soon as they got out of the house everything was a challenge and it just felt like the Brady and his movements. And maybe I'm doing too much here and maybe but I don't think I am. I think I'm right here. I really the the more I watch him this year. The more I think things just feel more challenging and I don't know if it's just because the offensive line I don't know it's because no gronk you know it could be all of these things collectively but I think even the biggest patriots fan has to admit and some private moment that you know. Maybe this is what it looks like for the end of Tom and then as soon as I say that out loud goes probably was so who knows. I'm not willing to do that because I'm not going to be the guy what I'm saying is though that poses the question to you. I mean you're forty two forty three years old. You'RE GONNA have I bad days where the ball is not just zip off your arm You know outside the Hashes Brady Brady is still going to have them in a position to compete for the whole thing at the end of the year even with the lack of Gronk with the lack of Devlin with the line problems with some of the drops he had yesterday. But I would ask you this. The Eagles secondary has been much maligned. The Patriots Defense has been called one of the best ever right. So why are we sitting here talking about and Tom didn't have a great game. You know who had about the same game as Tom Carson. They both they both had bad throws. But we're sitting here and I know that the go gets a lot more leash 'cause he's the goat and he's going to have his team where they need to be and I'm a huge fan. So don't don't mistake. This is a Tom Critique but people have not gray days Tom will tell you that Carson had not great day against one of the best defense of all time and if you look at these two these two offenses they both fallen awful lot. Since that's your boy. I think the Eagles Miss Frank Reich. I think they may they miss de Filippo. I think they had a lot of injuries but the pats have a lot of injuries and they've fallen on off a lot since that super bowl. Our defense in seventeen was much better than the not much better. It's better than the eagles defense right now. We have more pieces. They put up six hundred plus yards yards. Offensively on US yesterday was like you said a struggle and so I think there's concerns for both offenses here. One obviously has a much better cushion and a defense defense. That's GONNA keep me in every game.
"tom carson" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And welcome back let's see here Jeff in Portland you're on the air with Congress and poke a good day Tom Carson poking at thanks for taking my call keep a snappy congressman it's my opinion that in twenty sixteen had Hillary publicly challenge truck about him call in our elections the picturesque system had had she said okay Donald let's have the elections with paper ballots I believe she had he agreed she would have won and had he not agreed she still would have won it as a way to alarm people to get up and offer so congressman beyond HR one what do you think about the progress of leaders like yourself and twenty twenty candidates running allowed camp public campaign for paper ballots starting with the democratic primary yeah and yep I'll play that's not only part of each are one but I believe it's also part of the other bill that we sent to try to deal with Russian interference because it's a value that the Democrats in the house of now twice voted on passing to the Senate asking that all machines paper ballots so I think we're we're already way ahead on that position I don't know why the Republicans would have any reason to oppose that other than their okay with some kind of improprieties but hopefully as we get closer and and Mitch McConnell feels a little pressure from an acting Moscow Mitch we can get that bill passed and if it does get passed that is a part of it came in a Las Vegas you're on the air with **** congressman okay all eight in there yeah yes Sir I haven't heard for like one place about the album and then add the pork you're supposed do you know about this yeah and we were just talking about this team and that Rachel Maddow I think the last couple nights had something yeah and then and then the other one that I haven't gotten a lot of tension demon I brought up the beginning of the hours that spoke to the president saying that federal workers including army personnel another workers there were overseas their children may no longer be considered citizens I am not to do go through a different route about application process up to their child is eighteen in order to do that which is ridiculous how we could miss treat other people who are volunteering in our US armed services and somehow not consider their children and they're fighting for this country part of this country it's just part of the the sickness that Donald Trump seems to want to pass across this country it's like the psychopathology of Steven Miller is now running our country it's bizarre Susan a Los Angeles we do have a minute to the brakes is a quick one thank you Tom and congressman I'm a big car tax dollars are being used for these detention camps and private prisons for profit why is there no transparency why are we allowed congressman allowed to go in and see what's really happening at these camps and how many people accept or except for one of our tax dollars damn good question yeah I did too then we have the same question and we pass several bills to demand that we can have access to these private facilities we generally have a to the public facilities but to the private we don't and some of these were paying seven hundred fifty dollars a day plus to help children and we've had to give them Vance notice to go in and I just think that's a terrible idea and we've passed that now in appropriations process for a couple of years that we don't have to give that kind of notice and we're hoping the Republicans will see why that makes sense as well we can save a fortune putting these kids up at add to Marriott's and Ritz Carlton's Hawaii it's such so ridiculous and you know the the facility.
"tom carson" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"To talk defensive line in the second segment, but I think just a little bit more pertinent stuff to talk about right now are where the Cowboys are with some contract extensions. We know that. Quarterback is number one on the list. Dak Prescott is looking to get an extension with the Dallas Cowboys since they drafted him in the fourth round with that compensatory pig. I think he's more than paid off. Tom Carson Wentz, though, just became the latest wrench in this whole discussion about contracts. Can you tell us what Carson Wentz and the eagles came to an agreement on? They gave him a four year extension at thirty two million a year. But the impact on the team is not that great as far as cap hits because he still has two years since they exercised his fifth year option since he was a first round draft pick, number two overall. And so the annual cost is actually down rock around twenty five or twenty six million. When you take the whole six years into consideration, so this is, you know, a lot of money. I'll big guaranteed for Wentz but very. Yeah. Good for the team as much as I hate to say about our beloved rivals the eagles. But and, and so you have to look at that, it's the new money where he got the big numbers. But because of the way it rolled in it didn't have that big an impact on the team now. The Cowboys don't have that fifth year they've got this year with deck so they get they have some ability to do that, because he's still making peanuts this year, but it's not going to impact it as much. And so the Cowboys, I think they need now that should be their top priority now that the, the, the camps over, and we're in the wait for training camp, which is not that far away. They need to get this done. And of course. Dax campus come back in his talking thirty four million a year. Which sounds. All right. Sounds about right on a lot of people cringed out there. But there are some of. Us me who've been trying to warn people that this was coming that thirty million was the four to start talking about now. You've got that thirty four you've kind of, you know, so you know how you, you shouldn't have to go any higher than that. Unless they really talk somebody off, which I don't think they'll do and you can start going and saying, like okay and start talking start seeing how far towards that you're going to have to come to see if maybe you know, if you're getting for like thirty three year that I think that's a big win. And if you pay the thirty four million I look at that as a wise investment, because the price is just going to go up and you don't just go out and draft a franchise quarterback or pick one off the street. It don't work that way. No inter has, and I am ill just put an article up about how John kit nut has come in and seems to have had an immediate impact when. Dax full and we will talk about that because I do want to talk about that being a part of this..
"tom carson" Discussed on Espionage
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"tom carson" Discussed on Unspooled
"I I remember this like this generation being spoken about much more. Yeah. Exactly. So you said there's a lot of heartaches Bob Dole in office. But where they're negative reviews. Yeah. One of the one that I pulled because it was the absolute meanest this is from Esquire. It's a takedown right before the Oscars. Kind of always see still, you know, people like I'm going hard on green book and say, yeah. So this is an esquire's by Tom Carson, the title was and the Leni Riefenstahl award for rabid nationalism goes to. Wow. And it was every end with a cartoon of a fat Spielberg in front of a fireball chewing on the American flag. So here's one of the lines uses to begin in a fallacy that sense Schindler's List. Spielberg has all but patented to dislike his movie is to proclaim your snickering, contempt for the hell that dad or grandad went through do agree with immediate already all agree with that. Because I think it's very hard to criticize that is based on historical truth. He says that Spielberg has gotten huge credit for shooting as combats terrors. But except for Tom Hanks is brief mute area of days shock. He doesn't show us any of his good guys acting terrified which means that they are super human. And then he points out something really interesting that the celebrated opening is actually superfluous to the story. Interesting. Which is you know, lately is the story about saving private Ryan and admission is for half an hour. He's doesn't matter. He's not there. He's not part of the story. He didn't go through that. He's in that opening for log. But it skips then to him like an hour later. Yeah. That's really interesting. Well, it also I think what I love about that opening. And this is one thing I will say in defense of it wrote this. It just shows that it's another battle. We talk about d day. Like, oh, my God Di Di Di Di Di, but this movie puts it in a position where it's like. And it was just a Tuesday or a Monday, whatever it was because every other battle after is just as intense, maybe not as like brutal. But it it doesn't seem like the soldiers react like holy shit. We shouldn't be saving private Ryan. We should be on vacation. Now it does. Like it's like now. What's next now? Okay. And I do like that idea that matter-of-factness to it because we look at it. And we go that was the day. But it's like, no these this is every day for these soldiers. And I did like that. I did like that idea of just call this like opening statements like a brilliant piece of showmanship, but he says it half cows and half allows the audience into accepting that the whole movie has been made in the same number, greedy spirit. It hasn't because then he says that the movie comfortably dilates into the longest most overblown episode of the old TV series combat. Wow. And then he closes out by saying the. Movie makes fighting Nazism. Look like an opportunity younger generations have been cheated of. Honestly, I can't see that Hitler would have wanted to change much in saving private Ryan except the color of the uniforms. Well, you know what? By the way. I that's why I feel like that. That's why I feel like this movie isn't about one it's about who what side views it. I know this is normally your bag, but I did pull one negative review as well. Yes. This is from Andrew Sarah's of the observer, and he wrote, and I just it's brief. And that's I kind of wanted to put prodigiously produced and researched ambitiously acted in grand eloquently scored by the eternal, John Williams. Steven Spielberg's,.
"tom carson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Trails Michigan state by just two thirty thirty six with fifteen and a half. That's left is the official partner of athletics. The university helped makes getting access to the highest performing orthopedic care more convenient than ever. Learn more LA you help dot com slash kgo hoosiers cash. Winston for Michigan state townsman, really good. He's leading the Spartans in points, rebounds and assists here ball game. But you gotta give Indiana some credit here. It's been balanced scoring and balanced. I'll call a defense Indiana's fighting at both ends right now. Leading in points for the who's earth. Ron davis. Got a nice job off the bench seven points for Indiana. Morgan had six rebounds before he went out and Romeo Lankford. Although only six points in this game is leading the team in assist Indiana's having multiple guys you through some little things to keep Indiana and the ball game here. I love that. I four and a half minutes of the second half, Indiana played Michigan state, practically even the one possession ballgame here still on both teams are competing their tails off this is you love basketball. This is the game that you love to watch minus baby the physicality and how you know how rough it is. But you know, if that's the style of basketball you like to watch you love this. And these guys are banging inside the very physical game. This is like very definition how big ten basketball here. What we're seeing here tonight. This is only as strong as your internet. Choose a partner who can customize to your internet. It's Bill built for you. Haven't fester has come on. He's gotta give a break to Forster who's got three Justin Smith's. But on the bench with three Dau. Devante Al Durham. Garad davis. Verragio? Michigan state gets the Potomac Xavier Tillman right side pass comes to orange down low. It goes to thwart. He dribbles back out toward the perimeter tries to back his way at against Doron down. Low puts up a little book for the left hand. Can't let it go to his left shoulder as right shoulder because war hits shots. He's got six points. Garon down low kicks outside. Back off. Top of the king Romeo. Thanks, then drives to the right wing up by Tillman gifts to back off the Lankford. He drives pulls up. Fires along what ad ribs it. No going the rebound. Taken out of there. This time by Tilburg back. The other way to Winston Winston on the dribble on the perimeter starts to the left side. Throws it back right Tobin. Dow loan extolling by Evan fester step to the passing lane. Nice job there. Great. It's a strain back off goes down Lauda baseline drive-by aljazeera to. Durham gets his second basket of the game a little pick and pop action mcquaid came over to help on Evan fister. Who just hit a three a couple possessions before? And and did a great job finding out Durham on the baseline. Here's a drive inside of the patches. 'til bunker at two hands. Counter right back still down four forty two to thirty eight Rubio drives in the light. He has fouled and violate Roby coach pas a foul on the drive and Matt mcquade picks up his third polish border teams are making Romeo drive the ball with his left hand that time a nice dribble penetration right in middle of the paint. There. Can't give him the angle like that. Now Romeo prefers right, but he can still dribble with that left hand too easy for Romeo link for getting the paint Durham, bats. Off the top of the key gives the Durham Durham slides it to the right back at comes back and goes to Dharam he drives into the lane kicks in the left side to the he drives down. I'll put. The auto four reverse layup by devante greatest. Boy, back the other way. Henry's got it from Michigan state after three P. Messed it rebound taken by whole ours. A foul call against Aaron Henry side. He grabbed a hold of rob hold him on the rebound. They're really good. Call didn't think they were going to blow it at first, but Romeo had that position was going to get defensive rebound and Henry got caught grabbing. They're really nice play. I think they're going to check here the hook and hold call, which is a flagrant one in today's college basketball. If you cook a players armed on that they'll get two free throw shots in the ball back for Indian here. Upset giving it the ball. And now he's talking to karston who won't give him any thought whatsoever. Now Thomas actually walking out the karston. Anywhere. They're checking the monitor there. Says go over check the monitor with your other officials somebody needs to get in there that is on my side yard. I don't think he said that. Well, that's why he's doing it though. He's trying to get the foul called on Romeo Lankford instead of Henry, which I mean as a coach that's both. These guys are tangled up underneath trying to talk to Tarsus in to go in there and say, wait a minute guys. Maybe we should look at it at a different angle. Great coaches new Don as they continue to work, the officials, both these coaches have been added all night long. Just like these players have that's part of coaching is to talk to you facials constantly and tried to get every again. That's the job of the defense to protect the rim on the road. It's the job of the twenty nine hundred Nissan road to help protect you. Whether it's available advanced safety technologies. Nissan, proud supporter of college athletics. They call in karston to take a look so karston now will look at it as well. And obviously Archie she has nobody out there. On his behalf. Archie may not know what's going on. That is over there working the officials. I think if he knew he'd be over there working just as hard go look at us. Talking by holding his hand over his mouth, and no one can see what he's saying. I don't care what he's saying. I care about the result. Yep. The result. If he's got his hand over his lips, try not to be lip read, assuming is not good for Indiana. That's what I'm thinking. We'll see here. This is this is one of the sillier new rules in college basketball, rather than just a regular foul few Hokka players arm. They're going to give you two shots in the ball back. I don't like. Y you complicated. In college basketball fouls a foul now, you gotta go to the monitor's slows down the game for play into how to whistle. Let's keep the game going here. It's so subjective air we got three guys talking about simple play. Deflates? Come on. This is a bad rule change that's been implemented this year. There's nothing later in Alfalfa's play. It's just a it's over officiating. If he asked me and right now is the perfect example of why a simple foul that should have been just whistled, Indiana. Should've had the ball. We're at a video monitor here for coming up probably on five minutes to try to interpret whether or not it should be a hook. And hold Pfleger. Well, now one official comes over, Tom. Carson official comes over to Paul cell. And our wedding to sing. Looks like it's going to be free throws and the ball for Indiana. So it is going to be a hooking goal, right? Which I although this call goes in Indiana's favour here. I still do not like the rule change. I think that it just over complicates a simple. It is free. Throws coming to rob L. Nobody at the lie. So Royal plaza. I went up there got up your web and Anchorage. One of the game. He'll get one more. Going to get the basketball will be tied to be hits this one. Second shot shorts. So lacquer Bogota the stripe or rather the ball. We take it out of bounds by Indiana. At the other end of the court the big opportunity here down by one here. Don. Playing very well here in the second half Indian has a chance to take the lead if they can convert here at the offense event. Brad's fast cups, Durham Deira breaks up across the Tiber. Darrelle between the circles goes left. Rain. Looks dribbles. It back out top. Devante starts at right finds girl. Fourteen. Other shock plenty of time Durham rebels to the right again down to the baseline cut off back outside the Durant. Davis gives a backup to Al he forces up a three. Dell Durham Indiana, the lead forty four to forty to Winston that side of the basketball gifts to Kenny goings Royds goes left to the past Henry, Barron Hamre rebels at backout. Geico. Caches wetstein Hillary sat with twenty other shot clock. Winston nabbed up inside the goi-. He turns rod against Pittsburgh stops holds gifts to Woodstock Canada shot clock dot into Henry Henry shot blocked away, but comes up with it and misses the layup got his own rebound kicks out there. He fires hair. That's actually. Great border. Berry capable spot fewer. Kick it right back out to ours. And he has three day Graham Greene Roby. Trailing by water. Yes. Here's rob L left. The rain downloaded Doron. Davis works inside on. What's a shot won't go on the rebound back? The other way to Winston west across the timeline. Throws it outside the is. Right back to Winston who goes left side. He drives all the way to the hole. Bashes sixty point. Now, we got a three point lead. Forty seven to forty four. While the hands of Al Dora about the Elaine. Ron Davis Davis. Fester author Robie down into the Ron Davis Davis against Tillman. Dial tries to back him down. And forces upper runner there. Go the rebound comes off the toba. There's what's the push again. And then there's a foul call God. Oh, that's on what passage wasted offensive foul. So we'll get the ball back. That's the first foul on western. The floor. Michigan state forty seven Indiana, forty four eleven thirty one left in this one. The hoosiers are giving Michigan state all they can handle here in this contest tonight..
"tom carson" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"The lives of thirty four thousand Americans are the prophets of the National Rifle Association and their gun manufacturers are going to do a debate on guns and our third hour. We're gonna be talking about the Uber wealthy and what's going on with that. And what the options are why? While he's cranky billionaires. And what do we do about this? But our first hour today on the line with us is congressman Mark poke in it's time for mid days with Mark our our congress. The congressman who is the co chair the congressional progressive caucus and represents the second district of Wisconsin in the US house of representatives. Takes your calls for the hour and congressman Pochana's his website is polka dot house dot gov, and you can tweet him at rep Mark MARTA poke and congressman welcome back. Thanks, tom. Great to have you with us. A lot going on. I'm not sure where you know, what you'd like to comment on her wear and all that kind of stuff. But we've got you've got the situation with Medicare for all is becoming a big debate. And you've got, you know, these billionaires coming out we how Schultz now is the most recent one saying, well, you can't do Medicare for all you can't do free college education. What do you think? We're Germany Great industrial power and was just totally bizarre. And then we've got the shut down. You know, it's the the clock is running again. So yeah, what's what is going on? What's what's at the top of your list? Well, I think you'll because I serve on appropriations committee. You know today. We've got our subgroup that's out there. Trying to figure out how to. So not having to close the government down again with the three week extension that it's happened. I think this is all they're all connected in many ways, Tom, I think, you know, the president wants us to continue for the rest of the year they have three and five week extension. So that we're only talking about whenever he wants to talk about. And we're not talking about all the other stuff that's out there. Whether it be all his newest involvements that's coming out with Russians having meetings, privately not having note, takers, you know, all this sort of stuff that's out there around that Muller investigation. Michael Cohen, Roger stone. You know, he did this shutdown back in December. Because it changed the subject, and we all got talking about something else. And I think he's going to try to continue doing that though in three weeks. I don't know if we're really going to have agreement. I don't think he's gonna shut the government down again because I think it failed miserably forum. But I do think he might try this emergency order or some other way to try to get into this conversation and not talk about all the other things that are happening. You know, we're really watching that very closely. Yeah. I'm concerned that he lives in this. Alternate universities watching FOX, and he actually thinks the shutdown worked mean, it's like. These stock unlike that, but definitely keep Friday had it not been for the in of been talking to folks for a while about that is you know, they they had to feel it, and they could not show up at work, and there's many restrictions. In fact, we have a Bill up for circulation right now to allow federal employees the right to strike again. Because with this showed us was thirty five day shutdown federal workers and contractors retreated horribly. They had no recourse and even from a federal workers. I've talked to you back in my district, you know, the special panels and things that were put in place, and they don't have the ability to strike one example, they gave me they had a disagreement with management. They wanted three days for something management wanted two days. It went to the panel and the answer came back one day, they were even more extreme than management. So if you don't have camel advocating on behalf of workers, we got to figure out how to work and make this open up. The I think that gay that worst Donald Trump's hands, and he had to reopen government with with nothing for the wall. Yeah. I think most Americans. Don't realize how tough it is for federal workers. This is you know, what Pat co faced in the Tula Reagan used to destroy that union. Anyhow, let's pick up some phone calls here. Maryland in Madison, Wisconsin, you're on the air with congressman poke. Good morning congressman cannon and Tom. I'm calling because I'm really concerned about the Senate, minority leaders inability or. Whatever you wanna call it in naming members to the house committee and very effectively shutting down any worked at the committee. Can do that would be Kevin McCarthy in those wouldn't it? Yeah. It would be. Yeah. What can be done? Do we have to wait until a new congress when the speaker kion put forth, a new rule to prevent this kind of behavior? It reminds me of what our lame duck legislature did. To our incoming governor in Wisconsin. And it bothers me that this may be in the Republican playbook going forward as a way to assure their minority rule. It also peers to be the way that they're protecting. Don, Don, Trump junior because they're not passing that information along to the prosecutor. Thank you Marilyn. Yeah. Maryland in thank you live in the district. I appreciate your calling in today. I do think ultimately though point people to be fair. We are about a month behind where we would normally be because when we had the switch of parties in control until he had the votes to be speaker which had to happen on January third. You can start the process of appointing committees. So even until last week, Democrats and pointed members to committees yet. So I don't think we're naturally about four weeks behind schedule because of that uncertainty of whether or not she was speaker on January third, although I think many of us were very competent of it. We needed to actual votes to do it, and then the committee appointments happen. So they may be dragging their feet a bit. But quite honestly, they're dragging and other committees. They do want to have people on. It's just that they're operating a little bit slower as well. Jules in Whittier, California, Lizanne KPFK, you're on the air with Congressman Tom Carson. I just wanted to say, you know, this money in politics business and so lot of green. But I did the Democrats need you do shift from this blue state Jerry into this green state theory. Let's start mentioning the word. I just today do t shirts, you know, as a hobby. Understood a blue whale jus, you're thinking all the stitches that are being threatened right now because of these plastics, of course, but my my point is is that a green if our president I would give everybody a solar panel on the roof, and you know, we could solve a lot of these crisis and military crisis and all these people over there fighting for resources men coming back with an amputated limbs, I was in the service, so I can sympathize a little bit. But I would like to hear what you have to say Democrats would shift from a blue and yellow. Oh and go green. That's all the green new deal here. Thank you. Joe? Yeah. All right. I think that is happening. You know, the new green deal, honestly is still a concept that we haven't seen the actual language of this resolution's going to be a resolution now, but there's a whole lot of other activity going around about climate change one. I mean Democrats have always cared about this issue. Right. We saw the president's ridiculous tweet was it yesterday. I believe it was the night before where I think the night before he said the temperatures in my area, where it's minus twenty four degrees this morning, a real temperature in Wisconsin. In my district that whatever happened you'll come back Lomo warming. But as dumb, as of course, you could get, but you kind of expect that rhetoric from the Republicans on global warming, but the new members of congress you came in or very involved. So it's not just the idea of the new green deal. It's the fact we now have humidity and climate change. We now have our operational committees dealing with issues like this Jared Huffman in California gonna make sure that we have a debate and talk. About how congress wants to be part of the Paris climate agreement had a member from New York was in my office, a freshman who wants to talk about green jobs and have a special initiative around that there's a lot of activity just because the Democrats are in control, and you're going to see more and more of that coming. So it's great that you know, Alexandria, custody Cortez half million Twitter followers. She says green new deal and people..
"tom carson" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey
"This week's episode there only been a couple of episodes so far. So if you want to jump on board this week's episode. Owed featured Tom and Carson taking on Joe and Lisa a New Jersey. Couple battling to incorporate his over the top Italian like soprano style interior decor tastes while sticking to her modest taste set on a spreadsheet budget, think of her as like an excel sheet crazy person. And meanwhile, back in the city, Tom Carson only have a few days to redesign kimes bakery before the single mother of four relaunches our business and begins the next chapter of her life. Mary pain were you excited when you heard about the show? I was so excited. First of all, thanks for having me. Yes, I was so excited because a love those guys. I think Carson cress late is hilarious. And I haven't seen Tom, of course in years. But I didn't realize how funny he is too. I was very excited. Yes. How much do you enjoy interior decorating? I love it. I love it. I personally we built our house from the ground up. I think now seven. Years ago, and I had a designer helped me kind of halfway through the project. I wish I would have had it from the beginning. So I'm very into it. The only thing in our house that all four of us will watch is anything on HDTV that we don't love as a family chip and Joanna Gaines, but we do love everybody else. And so if that's all on everybody will watch it. I love interior design a loved these guys, Tom taste is maybe it's a little cry for me. But somehow it all pulled together in the end. And I love it. I love this new like home by Bravo idea. Okay. So Tom's previous clients since queer eye aired he got a bunch of celebrity high profile clients, including Jennifer Lopez Zule while I'm watching the show. I I'm cognizant of the fact that he deals with people with enormous budgets, and then it's probably quite typical for him to compromise with a small small budget. Do you think that it's realistic that he would work with somebody to redesign their bakery on a ten thousand dollar budget? No, I didn't really understand that bakery. I'll be honest. It lose really cute when they got done with it. And if you were walking down the street wherever it was in Brooklyn, or wherever it would catch your eye for sure way, more than it, would you know when they started. I didn't understand the bakery with the things in the plastic. I didn't understand the bakery. Maybe they're delicious. The client was really cute and space was so tiny. No, I I think the ten thousand dollars. He would only do it. If he was on a TV show for sure, but the excel spreadsheet couple now, what was your budget? It was a lot. It was like fifty K or something. I don't even remember what the amount was. But I'm just doubting both of these budgets. I feel like they say to the producers one budget, and the reality is another, and it's always convenient that these two always come just under budget there. All you could decorate that many rooms for that much money. Well, if you they have a I don't know if it was the. Yeah, I think it was the first epic..
"tom carson" Discussed on The Tech Guy
"To keep the stream flowing Amazon in its denial of the Bloomberg BusinessWeek report that we just talked about said something interesting. They said, you know. Are covered previous versions of the mental appliances by the way Amazon bought elemental, that's that's why I was so interested. These vulnerabilities have been publicly disclosed because elemental appliances are not designed to be exposed to the public internet. Our customers are protected against the vulnerability by default. That's not accurate because elemental is the whole point of the l. mental is that they go out on the public internet, right? They send our data out over the public internet. Yeah, we go internally to control it, but did do our elementary not connect to the public internet. I know they're supposed to connect directly to use stream and twitch and mixer, but they're sitting on the public internet. So this puzzles me that Amazon put something that is probably not the case in their statement. Now, the reason I I point this out is that one of the theories is that the government said, well, you must deny this. You have no choice. This is classified information and you have to just say, no, you have to just lie. Now these are. These are very detailed lies from both apple Amazon. They go on and on and on never over. We didn't. No, no, no. Because, but this is, but this in here in this part, I don't because elemental appliances are not designed to be exposed to the public internet. Our customers are protected against his ability by default is actually untrue. All right. I'm going to stop on this one, but, but it's it's you chew on that Alex and see. Is there any way that that I guess it depends on the use case, but we put ours on the public internet. I hate to say it. We don't control it on the public internet. We have a private dashboard to it, but that doesn't mean a chip the whole point being that if you put a chip on the motherboard in here that then went out on the public internet and connected with Chinese servers to download software and modify the operating system that could absolutely happen. It's connected. Apple says we have never found malicious chips, hardware manipulations vulnerabilities pertinently planted in any server. Apper. Apple never had any contact with the f. b. i. r. any agency about such an incident. We are not aware of any investigation by the FBI nor are context and law enforcement. That's a pretty complete denial. So. How did what happened? Bloomberg really get it wrong. Eight, ask Leo, it's a mystery. It's I like mysteries not particularly about getting hacked by the Chinese, but like mysteries Kim shafir. Hello. Just wanted to warn you. You might have one of those super micro motherboards somewhere in there because I think we purchased a few of them in our time. I wanna find one that's not in service so we can look take it apart, keep your eye peeled. I guess we could take ourselves off line for a little bit and and pretty hard here. Wouldn't be unhappy. Plus, I don't. You know, who knows? I don't know. So so. So you want to start with your favorite favorite topic? Sure. Tom Carson, California seems to be locked out of his and it's wanting his two factor authentication, but he's saying he never turned that on so doesn't know why he's locked out. Okay. I'll tell them all about. All right. Thank you. Shafir. Hello, Tom could talk to you welcome. Every weekend really haven't had a need call until now called so one week ago. Last Friday. Yeah, they got hacked. Well, they admitted to having been hacked. The by somebody who figured out a clever way to steal people's accounts and that they stole their accounts by use by basically stealing this little cookie, this token that Facebook's, you know, when you log and Facebook, you only have to log in for once and then it's stays logged in while the way that works is when you log into Facebook, it stores this little piece of information on your hard drive that's unique to you that says yet, that's time that's good old Tom from Carson, California..
"tom carson" Discussed on Bravo TV's Daily Dish
"Yeah yeah yeah all right and then the unwanted but implicitly would southern savannah million dollars new york relax lanta rihanna's beverly hills we also orange county house ways of new jersey realize of dallas what are you most excited about coming back all of them i mean i guess like for me none of them are really a surpri i guess flipping out because i never know when jeff's going to be like you know what of doing the show along time right so i'm happy that's coming back again but there were also some new series announced i up only a working title but tom carson project i'm so excited about this what is it it's two of the queer queer guy no i know but what is it in this new series tom takes carson under his wing to teach him interior design by channeling carson's peck about sense of fashion the formidable duo will create breathtaking affordable home redesigns for their lucky clients using expert skills mixed with their signature endearing charm fans fell in love with during queer eye for the straight guy yeah i love carson crossley he's on drag race lot and i enjoy him quite a lot also on real housewives of new york couple seasons ago what are you doing maybe also last season he's always like with llewellyn yeah yeah yeah yeah i'm glad to see yeah the original fab five getting their shine will you know what i learned on bravo social media this week the spray delay walkaway is from the original fab five.
"tom carson" Discussed on On Being with Krista Tippett
"To bring you know our service and it's something i've i really deeply about living in new york being but indian descent and particular like what happens the actually drivers is for personal living in we haven't community in queens jackson hyped where it's an enormous number of southeastern conference and summer i remember the number was like twenty percent of something of household make some of their income from driving right and liver drivers hacks drivers and you know there are a lot of obviously like the tax industries also corrupt in it's own play right so like not diminishing the challenges there but that you know over is said we're going to bring you and make you a driver and have essentially full control over lingering come is and how many fares again using out for the mets opaque to is terrifying and then once they got the drivers on board there are now more uber drivers in new york city then there are yellow catchers this a by the way we're going around place you all itself driving carson stats as we can and that's going to happen and in the interim they're like well if you still want to make the fears you're making you should move up to being a black arnott an ordinary taxi but the sort of you know the tom carson that are the three or four prove models and if you want one of those will give you a some prime predatory lunde from over itself in order to get the car what can go wrong nothing and and it in the interesting thing and the terms of some of those leases for that for the cars go past the end of this time period win this are they going to replace the myself drummond cars so you get end up with drive are still paying lubri even after the nine driving through bird because they've been replaced by this off driving car and this neighborhood where players had significant percentage of them are making aaron come from driving what's going to happen there right and this is the and you know crash we can see coming but that's the one we know we anticipated the same thing with self driving tractor trailer is right we've got.