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Could a digital 'New Deal' rewrite tech policy?
"At this point consumers, tech employees, even the CEOS of some big tech companies say there should be more regulation around privacy advertising and even disinformation. But what might that regulation look like the think tank? The German Marshall Fund is for an initiative called the digital new deal. It contains a bunch of policy proposals that would ideally create more transparency into how tech companies operate and questioned the incentives that pushed this information. Can Corn Blue is director of the Digital Innovation and Democracy Initiative at the German Marshall Fund. So one of the specific proposals we have on that front is a circuit breaker that they have for high-speed trading on Wall Street where when things get too heated and are spreading too quickly the platforms have to take a pause and take a look and see if it violates our terms of service. They didn't do this with a video that was spreading conspiracy theories about how dangerous masks are who's spreading Cova. called. America's frontline doctors. It was seen by twenty million separate views on facebook before they realized they had to shut it down. That's interesting because you know. So much of this has been built on the idea that Barack. Is Good that something going by real as good and so you're saying that these platforms should start to change their thinking so that when something's going viral They are alarmed. Yeah I. Mean I think we've all taken another look at that word viral lately. Can Be bad and but viral viral can be good for platforms because it means that people are excited and they're staying online, and that means that the platforms can show you ads and that's how they make money. So they're incentives differ from our incentives, which is that we want to critically examined that piece of content that's coming across our desk before we share it with our unwitting grandmother may take action based on it. How what is the reception to the idea of this level of regulation? Obviously, the company's. Clear even from mark, Zuckerberg's interview just this week. that. They don't agree you know he talked about anthrax and that he doesn't want to suppress speech about vaccine skepticism. But if you look at social media messages urging Americans to re reject vaccines, it's tripled just since the pandemic has begun and again he's focused on the content and not enough on the systems. That create the opportunity for conspiracy theorists to play the algorithm or a bunch of groups to promote act anti vaccine, and that's because he doesn't. He doesn't have the incentive you know the car companies, they may have resisted seatbelts or airbags fuel-efficiency. But then once the policies were put in place, they turned on the innovation and they figured out how they could still make money but also keep people safe a lot of the time you know the pushback argument for not regulating social media platforms, for example, as free speech, but it's also based on this idea that like. Disinformation is just as old as time people people. You know that's what people do they argue or they try to convince each other in one direction or the other but it seems like increasingly we're realizing that the platforms themselves not only is there an incentive for them to serve this content? But they exist as an incentive to create it like there's money to be made influencers are selling March? Yeah. I'm so glad you asked that that's absolutely right and a lot of people miss that that if I'm if I have an outlet, one of these, we call them Trojan horse outlets that pretend to be news outlets better just repackaging old rumors and making them look like news or if you're one of these carnival barker pages that that tries to get people's attention on those outlets. if you get enough eyeballs the platforms serve up ads and you get some of that money if you're a youtube channel that spews out a lot of disinformation. So people come to you. You can wind up with revenue sharing from the platform. So absolutely, and then there are a bunch of people that flat out sell fraudulent products as part of this disinformation scheme. So they may say you know here's here's something that works better than a mask to cure Kovic and buy it here. Here's something that will get you rich quickly. So there is an entire financial. Ecosystem that supporting this disinformation. So in a way, it's not like the platforms. Just amplify and themselves profit from disinformation they create an incentive cycle. And of financial encouragement for people to create and spread disinformation. That's absolutely right and the one other thing that I would add to that I mean that's really true and the Federal Trade Commission has started to do work in this, but they could use a lot more expertise a lot more authority and a lot more resources to to go after this kind of activity and the other thing that I would say to add to your question about. Aren't people just going to spread rumors is that one of the things that makes the Internet more effective spreading rumors is this information laundering so that people don't know where the information is coming from. It looks like it's coming from a reputable news organization. It looks like it's coming from a neighbor because people aren't aware and the platforms aren't transparent enough. So. A big part of this could be handled with transparency, which is very free speech. Friendly. That's Karen Corn Blue With the German Marshall Fund think-tank.
Pence Accepts GOP Nomination While Praising Trump, Slamming Biden
"Vice President Mike Pence's is turned to speak on the third night of the GOP convention as we talked about last night on the show law and order has been a central theme for the campaign pence hit that hard as expected, and also embraced the traditional vp duties of praising the boss and attacking the Challenger. The WSJ's John McCormack gives us the key takeaways big. Speaker of course was vice president pants I. Mean He really delivered pretty strong speech making the case that while president trump has been a colorful figure in an opinionated figure in the White House at, he's actually managed to get some things done and pence went through a long litany of what this administration views. Its accomplishments I've had the privilege to work closely with our present. I've seen him when the cameras are off. Americans see president trump in lots of different ways. But there's no. Doubt. How President Trump sees America. He sees America, for what it is. A nation that has done more good in this world than any other. A nation that deserves far more gratitude than grievance. And if you want a president. Who Falls silent when our heritage is demeaned or insulted he's not your man. He also tried to present Joe Biden as a real tool of the left calling Trojan horse at one point. That's a that's a phrase that the trump campaign is used extensively and they really want to try to present Biden somebody who? Hasn't fought back against what they call. The radical left is more liberal than. The Biden campaign would care to let on Joe Biden would double down on the very policies that are leading. To violence in America's cities. The hard truth is. You won't be safe in Joe. Biden's America. And under president trump. We will always stand with those who stand on the thin Blue Line and we're not going to de-fund police not now not ever. We also heard from outgoing presidential adviser, Kellyanne, Conway she and other female speakers from the White House defended the president's treatment of women arguing that he supported their careers tonight president trump will give his big speech. You can stream it live on wsj.com. Noticeably missing from this convention, some of the highest profile elected officials from past and present. It's a reflection of sweeping change in the Republican Party under president trump for more on the shifting identity of the GOP joined by White House reporter Alex Leary Alex, great to talk to You my pleasure. Alex the convention seems like a good place to start because symbolically, we're not seeing people like George W Bush or Mitt Romney give a speech how his president trump shape the party during his four years. Yes. This is one hundred percent trump's party. At the moment he is shaped at very much in his own mold. For example, on foreign policy on trade and other issues it is now the trump version of the GOP versus those past figures that you mentioned and from a message standpoint how has he changed the party identity and platform? It's a lot more populous. It's a lot more focused on the average person of spoke to Lindsey Graham for our story who said that the GOP and Mitt Romney, the twenty twelve nominee sort of resembled the country club set the swirling banker next door. President trump has made it much more of a working class focus with his populist policies. And how has he done that? Is it through his social media is it through his television appearances? How has he made that maneuver? He started through all that he's a very dominant interesting figure that has captured the imagination of people. Both critics and fans alike and president trump knows how to use the system to his advantage and to get his voice out there it all comes down to the base. The people who elected him That is the strength of of how you get elected and. People lawmakers, etc. No. That and if they wanted you know if they WANNA stay in office they're going to have to adhere to that message into to the party base. Let's look ahead to the future just a little bit. If we see a second term will the Republican Party stay status quo or is more chain evitable I think there will more change is Inevitable, the president trump will continue to put his stamp on things. For example, he is increasingly used a lot of executive order really stressing the the powers of his office, which is something that Republicans in the past had sort of been wary of. We'd see things like that. We probably see more protectionist prayed trade policies and maybe even more of a withdrawal. Of the US from the world stage on foreign policy art. Let's talk about another scenario. If the Democrats win the White House will this inevitably be a time of self reflection for the Republicans and who they are moving forward or will the trump legacy has some stained power? It'll have staying power because of the base that we mentioned that you know the. Voting the voting blocks or very trump centric, and that's not going to change overnight but there will be a debate within the party about some of the past policies such as foreign policy trade in which way to go perhaps some figures WANNA. Go back to the way they were So yes, the there will be a debate and it could get pretty ugly.
Hope for Herpes Cure
"Nearly two thirds of us are infected with herpes simplex virus. So viruses, this week isn't an herpes causes cold sores causes genital disease, and it can also even occasionally caused Brian Infections. The virus is real headache to treat because the infection is lifelong. This is because it hides existing just as a piece of DNA inside nerve cells, it periodically reawakens to produce painful infectious skin blisters, nola drugs that can. Control these flare ups when they happen they can't remove the viral DNA. So the problem keeps on coming back now researchers in the US developed a pair of selective molecular scissors the contract down the rogue viral. DNA inside nerve cells and chop it up destroying the virus. So at least in experimental mice, it doesn't come back. Keith Jerem herpes is really sneaky that it actually established as a form of itself. That essentially goes into cells and then falls asleep and that virus lives in the neurons nerve cells in your body, and they can come once a year once a month once a week and cause lesions ulcers than anything else and all those strikes. We him don't do anything about that sleeping form of the virus. So effectively under the immune Radovan all the time it's dormant inside cells like that the immune system can't see it. So it just gets ignored. That's exactly right. The immune system controls at once it wakes up and starts making more copies of itself and they take care of those new copies but they even the noon system doesn't do anything about that long-term sleeping form of the virus said, what can you do about it? Well we've been using this really cool technology that's been around for over a decade. Now called gene editing despite has made a DNA just like our body is and that sleeping form is actually a little tiny circle of this DNA that lives in the nerve cells and what gene editing allows us to do is basically use I think of molecular scissors that can go into a cell and they can look through all. The DNA. In that cell and look for a very specific little stretch of the letters, and if they find those letters, they make a little cut and so what we do is designed very special scissors that ignore all of our own DNA, all the human DNA but they look really hard for herpes and if they find it, then it to little cuts and so it basically falls apart and makes it go away. And this works does it you can actually demonstrate that serve you chop up the virus then canola comeback yeah, exactly. So the study that we did was in mice mice get this sleeping form of the herpes just like we do and then we can go in and we use a a something. We call a vector, a different virus that carries these scissors to those same neurons and when it does that it starts cutting up the virus and then we can measure after. Our therapy how much of that sleeping form is actually left in the mice treated and what we saw as we eliminated well over ninety percent of that virus, and if we could translate that into human beings is likely to prevent lesions in Alzheimer's disease transmission to other people and all the things that we actually worry about how did you get the virus that was the Trojan horse that carried in the molecular scissors? How did you get that into the nerve cells in these animals? Well. That was a really important part of our study is understanding the best way to get the scissors where they need to be. We used another virus added. Associated Virus. Almost, all have it never causes any disease. We basically changed that to carry these scissors for us just injected into the bloodstream, and once it's in the blood, it actually goes in and actually find those nerve cells and introduces the scissors. It sounds like the woman who swallowed a fly and then swallowed spider to eat the flying, and we all know how that story ends because you're basically giving someone a virus to treat viruses this safe. This particular virus specter that was used called ADN. Associated Virus is probably the leading factor that's being used for many many types of gene therapy now, and there's several approved products out there in the EU and the United States that use adn associated virus or av to deliver different types of gene therapy, and so we're taking something that's quite proven to be safe modifying it slightly for our needs and then using it to try to cure an infection where we've simply not had any hope for cure in the past. You've been looking at herpes simplex virus. This causes cold sores and it also causes genital disease. But this is one member of a big family viruses that'll will work in a similar sort of way things like visa, the Vars, chickenpox and shingles in people unlucky enough to have that. Do you think you could prevent a person from succumbing to shingles by the same technique? The shingles virus actually goes into very similar nerve cells and acts a lot like herpes simplex, and so we can actually think about using the same therapy for that viruses. Well, we're also very actively looking at viruses that are similar but not herpes viruses in particular hepatitis B., and we have some really exciting results there where we can do very similar things. We're likely to see success there and maybe another viruses as well.
Trump counters Biden with law-and-order message in Midwest
"President trump is stepping up his rhetoric against Joe Biden as the democratic convention gets underway first in Minnesota Joe Biden is the puppet of left wing extremists and then Wisconsin which was to host the convention is a Trojan horse for socialism the president aggressively counter programming Biden's big virtual show even knocking that part of it calling the conventions tape speeches US news the locations were telling the president visiting midwestern battlegrounds as polls show him trailing bite in fewer than three months before the election that kicked off his busiest week of campaign travel since before the pandemic you'll be in Arizona today Sager mag ani Washington
Achilles and Patroclus in Modern Media
"A couple of episodes are discussed the mythological figures Achilles and Patrick lists and the depiction in ancient texts most notably in his Iliad I don't want to recap episode to thoroughly. So if that sounds interesting to you, I suggest you just go listen to that episode, but I will say a few things necessary background Achilles some. Patrick lists here is off the Trojan War, our break episode which depicted in the Iliad although there is genuinely some ambiguity as to the exact nature of their relationship in the Iliad their relationship is very intense and very important to the plot character arcs and emotional hot of that poll. What is not ambiguous is how their relationship is on the stood in the later Greek texts we discussed. So we discussed east glosses. Play the domes which survives only in fragments famous speech impetus symposium, Ace, Kaz courtroom speech against to Marcus all of which depict achilleas and Patrick lows in a sexual and romantic relationship. As we discussed earlier episode, those works stand relationship in a way that is anachronistic to the Iliad, but we nevertheless thought it was important to note that is reading is a very old an integral part of the evolution of the myth. That you can't really get away from if you're talking about them today speaking of the evolution of this myth, we also spent a bit of time talking about how although people generally appeal to Hermosa when discussing whether Achilles in Patrick Louis Wet. Really love this. Is True one canonical version of the myths in which they feature, and we would be doing them a disservice to understand as early as the real story and every following version as accurate or inaccurate by how it compares to that. I bring this up because it's very easy to find audibles and people talking about how modern adaptations on any good because then not accurate and these articles that generally quiet nitpicky and lazy, and I wanted to know this specifically. So we don't do that sort of thing ourselves. It's inevitable and desirable when adapting these myths into new mediums and feel like very different cultures than the original. That heard this man to make changes just it's necessary to on Seoul's materials while doing. So so we got a comment on differences here, but the compensation will be more like why those changes get made and do we think it works as opposed to just being like well in the Ilia? Data. So with that background out of the way, we're going to talk about Wolfgang Petersen's two thousand four, maybe Troy Madeline Milas to eleven novel the Sung Achilles and the twentieth eighteen BBC mini series story full of the city I think he ranked in the order of like worst to best in my opinion but okay, you may disagree. That was not why I decided to order them. In that way I just thought we'd chronologically but that's fine. I mean now that you said that you did it chronologically and I also view that as West best that makes me feel positive that maybe like an even better adaptation that I genuinely think is good it's coming to clear I don't love any of the music specifically. In seven years but will like no. Sorry in five years because they've come out every seven years how to for two thousand eleven two thousand eighteen. Cool. Okay. Nice. So. We'll be watching an amazing adaptation, the Trojan War with that we will love anyway. So we're going to begin with the to troy maybe the film for it was directed by Wolfgang, pay the send styles Brad Pitt Kilis who just a very two thousand thing to have. It was written by then relative newcomer David Benny off which explains why it's a bit of a dry run, the game of thrones. I that sounds up its vibe. I, was gonNA. Tell you some fun facts about this movie but I decided that they weren't that fun. I cut them all but I'm GONNA I kept one which I tell you solely because it might make you upset Australian. Fun Fact No it's not. So all of the actors in this speak in that accents with the exception of Eric Bana Rosebud, the to Australian actress who had told that they had to get rid of their accents. And I think that's disgusting screw you. Wolfgang. Petersen. I have no problem with like. Okay. You have to change accidents that doesn't sound like a fantasy will like I've whatever accent I have a problem with that and I mean like this some stuff to say about that. But if doing that because you want all your actors to have a consistent accent. Okay. But if you just hate the way Australians, tall, that's not acceptable. Garrett hedlund obvious American accent fine. But Eric Basil accent is absolutely illegal. Sorry. Thinking recompense the twenty twenty, five trae. Offers how the TROJANS are all. Star. I like it. Yeah. The film was commercially quite successful but received mixed reviews, which is frankly claimed more than it does those because it's a bad movie. I tried to watch this movie just like you know throughout my life. I've tried to watch this movie like three or four times. I've sat down in front of this film I've got like twenty minutes and I just can't do it. So. That's where I met with this. Okay Jason Do WanNA disagree and say it's a good movie. Nor I will say that like I don't think it's the worst movie like suddenly I watched this movie as a kid when it came out had no problems with a had some fun fight seines cool choreography some big actors doing fun things than having fun. I didn't really mind it and obviously now watching it I think it has some quite severe problems both as a movie analyzer adaptation I would certainly agree that it's the west of the three adaptations that we're GonNa talk about today. But then again, this is the point cost queers fact and it's not
Hiroshima survivors worry that world will forget
"Exactly 15 minutes past eight in the morning on August 6th, 1945 Japanese time at the moment when the atomic bomb flashed above Hiroshi MMA Miss Yoshiko Sasaki, a clerk in the personnel department of the East Asia, 10 Works had just sat down at her place in the plant office and was turning her head to speak to the girl at the next desk. That rather ordinary sentence is the opening to the extraordinary August 1946 New Yorker article titled Oshima. It was published a year after the United States dropped the first nuclear bomb on that city, a year in which the U. S government had gone to great lengths to conceal the human devastation caused And to depict the bomb as a conventional humane weapon. The writer of the Peace John Hursey, uncovered a very different story reporting on the ground in Japan, author and journalist Leslie Bloome chronicles foresees work and the reaction to it in her new book, Fallout. She joins me now from Los Angeles. Leslie Bloome. Welcome. Thank you. Start with Who? John Hursey Wass and how he came to be the one to tell this story. Oh, John. Her see was a young World War two correspondent who had covered action in different theaters throughout the war for Time magazine. And like many war correspondents, then he was pretty supportive of the U. S military. And he even wrote an almost overly complimentary wartime bio of General Douglas MacArthur and That the U. S military knew him entrusted him would be an important factor in my story and how he eventually got his story about Hiroshi MMA, and I don't want to give away too much. But I will say that how he got in was by being the perfect Trojan horse reporter, The perfect Trojan horse reporter. You've hooked us where we're intrigued when I got there. He didn't report this out as a war correspondent. He focused very much on ordinary people on he picked six of them. Why did he want to tell the story in that way? Well, I mean, the fact of the matter is is that the bombing of Hiroshima was widely reported when it happened, and it was reported as a very big end of days. Story mean there were pictures of the mushroom clouds that were released in pictures, the landscape devastation. But there were no pictures that were released or no stories that were released about the human toll that it happened on the ground there, and the government was really going to enormous lengths to cover up the reality of theater. Tomic aftermath in Hiroshima, Nagasaki They were very concerned with as the former secretary of war, put it, not being seen as having outdone, Hitler and atrocities. So her C and his editors at the New Yorker magazine became determined to tell the story from the point of view of survivors. You know, these are among the on ly humans who have ever experience what it's like to be on the receiving end of nuclear attack. He ultimately picked a widow with young kids, a young female clerk to medics, a priest and a minister with with a young family, and his idea was to create a sense of empathy. In his readers with these individuals, because, after all, not everybody could understand the physics of how the bombs works or visualized. You know, an all out nuclear attack that anyone could relate to being a mother or a father or colleague or doctor who's going about their everyday business. One catastrophe strikes I wonder if you would give us a sense of just one telling story of what he did find when he was there What it was that so shocked American readers who had no idea what was unfolding in Japan. One story that particularly resonated with him. He interviewed a young female clerk who was in her company when the bomb was detonated. This's the clerk I mentioned in the intro exactly one of the most famous introductions in journalistic history, and when the bomb exploded over her factory bookshelves fell upon her, and she was nearly crushed to death by books. And he thought How ironic it was to have somebody nearly crushed by books within the first moments of the atomic age, and literally when he was leaving here, Oshima and standing on the surprisingly intact train station platform, he thought that he was going to have to write about that line. And that's one of the incidents that most resonated with readers. So August 1946 The New Yorker publishes. What was the reaction? Both in the United States and around the world to this story. Well in her sees own words. The reaction was quote explosive mean, I try not to use that word in my book for obvious reasons. But he did, And the article was simply titled here, Oshima, and it comprised nearly the entire contents of the August 31st 1946 issue of The New Yorker. It's sold out immediately. You're even black market copies of it going for, you know, astronomical sums. It was syndicated in its entirety, and this is a 30,000 word story in newspapers across the country and around the world. And editors and reporters and readers were enraged. They were horrified by the testimonies in her sees here, Oshima, and they also began demanding to know what else was the U. S government withholding from the US public And then, when President Truman was asked by a reporter if he had personally read it, he retorted. I never read the New York ER. It just makes me bad. But the fact is, is that the government had been put very much on the defensive. That said, You know, they didn't want to look like they were on the defensive, but they were and they had to scramble to try to reclaim the narrative.
Mozilla Suspends "Send" Due to Persistent Malware Abuse
"Someone were to go to send dot fire Fox Dot Com. At the moment they would be greeted by the little screen shot I have at the top of the security news of our show notes, which reads Fox and is temporarily unavailable while we work on product improvements, we appreciate your patience while we make the fire. Fox, Send Experience Better and Leo I think you did just go there did yes, and there it is so back because I really love. Fire Fox sent it so it's my go-to. Yes, it's my become my go-to file. Sharing Service the good news. It'll be back. The. Bad News is why it went away. Just to remind our listeners, we've talked about it before. IT allows files of up to one GIGABYTE if you're not signed in. Or two and a half gigabytes if you are to be locally encrypted in the browser. Optionally Password protected so that only the recipient is able to retrieve and decrypt the sent file. You get retention controls allowing the sender to set the time that is the duration and or a download count after which that content will expire from the Fire Fox send cloud and be removed. Unfortunately. As with anything that is simple, free and effective. Like think e mail. It's also subject to abuse by nefarious forces. The bad guys also love Fire Fox. Send because it lets them generate short-term links based on good-looking trusted domains for sharing arbitrary evil wear to unwitting victims, so thanks to fire Fox said the bad guys don't need to set up their own file sharing server. You know and like try to get a legitimate looking URL domain. They don't have to worry about making sure that you are. ells expire automatically. Mozilla does that for them and links it only work once create an extra challenge for security researchers. Even if the militias url is captured in a log by then it's probably been used so it's not possible to go back and obtain the original because it's been removed already. And, of course, since the IP is one of Mozilla servers. It's not one that anyone wants to just put a blanket block on. know I was GONNA say they wouldn't want to blacklist it but I'm working to be better. over the past few months fire, Fox, send it turns out has been used increasingly to store payloads for all sorts of cybercrime operations from ransomware through financial crime banking trojans. SPYWARE and used to target human rights. Defenders Fin seven revival also known as a so dino cabby. You are sniff. which is also the dream dot? Network and Z. loader are just some of the malware gangs and strains that have been seen hosting payloads using fire Fox, send as a consequence. The cyber security industry has has finally tipped its collective hat to Mozilla for suspending what has become a widely used and unfortunately now only abused service you know Mozilla did didn't just say Oh you know we recognize there's a problem we will be considering some changes in the future. They just shut it down. They said okay. We're GONNA. We're just GONNA. Stop making available until we can. You know upgraded? Cyber security researchers have suggested various changes to strengthen the service. One is to add a report abuse button so that flagging or killing militias links could be made much more quick and easy What Mozilla said in their statement about this, they said before relaunching. We will be adding an abuse reporting mechanism to augment the existing feedback form. And we will require all users wishing to share content using fire Fox send to sign in with a Fire Fox account. So. It's sad that once again we see the Internet's inherent anonymity, being abused and then having to be restricted. It was cool to be able to send up to one GIG with a twenty four hour expiration without needing an account with Mozilla. Even though I have one, but just zoom was forced to limit what they would allow to be done with full anonymity, so to now has Mozilla and as we know, even requiring an account is not a very high bar and my sense is, it's not going to be very effective, but at least it will help a bit, and it will help Mozilla to say hey, you know we've done all we can. We're doing you know we're doing all the we can do.
Coronavirus: Pac-12 cancels all non-conference games in football, other fall sports
"Nonconference football games won't be happening this fall for U. S. C. L. A and the rest of the pack 12 1 of football's greatest annual rivalries won't be happening this year matchup worthy of the glory of the past. It's us see Notre Dame that long time television staple of NBC sports and all other nonconference games in all sports involving Pac 12 teams have been scrapped this year. As the league follows the Big 10 and adjusting to the reality of the Corona virus Outbreak. Commissioner Larry Scott didn't really underscores the need to be a flexible Nimble and not get blocked in any kind of one position. We needed to keep learning and understanding what what was happening until the latest point where we have to make a decision. One way or another. The Trojans also lose a marquee opening weekend matchup in Arlington, Texas, against National Power. Alabama. The Pac 12 says it hopes there will be athletic events this season, but on Li of the virus situation warrants
Media, power, and political communication
"Let's talk about the media yeah the media is a powerful Trojan horse seven mereka if it's not a and I mean they have attacked president trump relentlessly yeah and the problem we have is we have fox okay yeah now fox is okay but Rupert Murdoch is ninety years old right and his two sons are liberals okay we have newsmax rage has been growing and that's a good thing yeah we have one America right which is a good thing but these are national programs they don't get into Vince's crab house they don't get in the fells point being close they don't get into those things go and they don't get into helping our people who need help to fight against the beast and as you pointed out the Baltimore sun doesn't report on any of these issues involving her son is one of them yeah right exactly the Baltimore sun is part of the super shadow government yeah they protect them yeah people say that the media has fallen in the tank for the left they fell in the tank for the Obama no the media never found the check for anybody the media are leaders in this offensive they are legally are part of the natural America they were and and they were targeted specifically for that purpose because of the vast influence they have they were targeted for subversion and infiltration by the Soviet Union in the nineteen thirties and we could go on for hours about how that happened and who infiltrated but just for example one person remember Edward R. Murrow of CBS Edward R. Murrow is one of the people primarily responsible for bringing communist it's two Columbia teachers college to begin inserting all of these destructive America narratives into our universities he was responsible for bringing those people over and he worked with a guy named Laurence Duggan whose son was an actual Soviet agent and he was friends with his son and he became a news anchor for CBS that's just one example there are many many trusted a man in America yeah right right he he gave the Vietnam War at eight a story that was a hundred and eighty degrees from what the truth was riled tell your doctor about with Walter Cronkite yeah that young people don't know who has what we member we only had three major networks in this country now I can tell you let me say some about yeah because the networks are required by FCC regulation as part of their contract to provide unbiased news nobody has ever called him that if I were in a position to do so I would pull their FCC licenses tomorrow and tell them that they better straighten out their newsrooms and start reporting what's going on because they should be challenged in the courts right absolutely be challenged because they have been really but they have such power and such influence and Americans have to get a constitutional public there operates through elections has to be given the facts at what's happened instead is they've been given the left narrative for sixty eighty years in World War two The New York Times was engaged in treason it was exposing things mark Levin's book yeah I mean it's just stunning it's stunning when CNN first started Ted Turner used to go on a show and he would bring some five Soviet KGB agents on the show with him had a first among them was Georgy Arbatov who is the head of member for US and Canada old KGB agent they would talk down president Reagan they would just sit there and terror attacks president right that was C. N. N. the communist news
Power to the People
"In nineteen seventy-three Michael. Torrance a twenty two year old Black Panther he's dedicated himself to the cause and obeyed every command. He's a true soldier, but five years of complete devotion to the panthers has taken a toll now torrance's. Focus on his personal life just for a while, but to do this. He needs to get permission and it's gotta come from the top. Torn shows up at the lamppost. It's bar in West Oakland. Where Panther. Leader Bobby Seale is having a birthday party. The two men huddle in a corner and talk for a while, but it's all good seal gives Torrance's blessing for some time off. Torrance's relieved, but as is making his way out of the bar. Someone tells him that Huey. Newton wants to see him. And he wants to see him now. Newton is seals, comrade and Co founder of the Panthers for Years Newton has been a strong and charismatic leader. The reasonably his moods have been unstable tonight for whatever reason he's agitated. Torrance's into a back room in their flanked by a couple of serious enforcers is Newton and he says. You WanNa. Leave us. He's well. Do you WANNA leave bad enough to die. Do. You really want really bad enough to on the question. Is. My. Man On. Sale. So, this is what's GonNa Happen. You State. But at up. Would you elizabeth than at Awkward Talking and so? You give me a boot how? To correct it? Okay. So. You say. I'll Palette. So, Michael Torrens has just been persuaded to rethink his request for some time off. An epistle to the head. It's hard to argue with. Route. Then the. TORRENCE's five years in the panthers have been intense. It's been a roller coaster. Live of extremes many times. He's picked up a gun, but he's also picked up a microphone. Now, turns didn't join the panthers to sing, but the movements minister of Culture gave him and three other young soldiers, especial assignment for the 'cause it was a musical Qadri whose mission was to spread the seed of Social Revolution through the Trojan horse of funk and soul. It was an rn be group called. The London's music is explosive. Band is powerful, and so is the message. The lumpen work. For the cause killing it wherever they perform San Francisco La. New York Philly and throughout the Midwest, but it only lasts eleven months. Then things in the black, Panther party begin to implode. which you're about to hear is the story of the rise and fall of an unlikely aren't be grew born out of social upheaval. But why did the Black Panthers even need a musical act? Why did they need a band? WHO's militant agenda? Put them up against the forces of prejudice and law and order with every downbeat. The thing is the lumpen were not out to make hit records. There were out to change American culture. It's a journey unlike that of any other band and Michael. Torrents was at the center of it. Up? In Nineteen, sixty six Huey Newton and Bobby Seale Co the Black Panther Party. Most students at Merit Community College in Oakland within a few years. The party offers educational programs, food, service, free, medical care and Drug Rehab. The black community and the panthers lead the fight against rampant police brutality. By the end of the sixties, changes in the air in the bay area is Ground Zero. San Francisco that I will ruin. The fillmore district was very very hot tension. Police were riding. You know if I've if you are selling your papers would come in. Who asked us at you pay? Arrest at new. But at the same time there was a lot of energy. an s the best thing about it. You could really feel the energy particularly among younger people that we felt we could really make a change. Not only make and we're GONNA make. Their will us this commitment to die if necessary.
Power to the People
"In nineteen seventy-three Michael. Torrance a twenty two year old Black Panther he's dedicated himself to the cause and obeyed every command. He's a true soldier, but five years of complete devotion to the panthers has taken a toll now torrance's. Focus on his personal life just for a while, but to do this. He needs to get permission and it's gotta come from the top. Torn shows up at the lamppost. It's bar in West Oakland. Where Panther. Leader Bobby Seale is having a birthday party. The two men huddle in a corner and talk for a while, but it's all good seal gives Torrance's blessing for some time off. Torrance's relieved, but as is making his way out of the bar. Someone tells him that Huey. Newton wants to see him. And he wants to see him now. Newton is seals, comrade and Co founder of the Panthers for Years Newton has been a strong and charismatic leader. The reasonably his moods have been unstable tonight for whatever reason he's agitated. Torrance's into a back room in their flanked by a couple of serious enforcers is Newton and he says. You WanNa. Leave us. He's well. Do you WANNA leave bad enough to die. Do. You really want really bad enough to on the question. Is. My. Man On. Sale. So, this is what's GonNa Happen. You State. But at up. Would you elizabeth than at Awkward Talking and so? You give me a boot how? To correct it? Okay. So. You say. I'll Palette. So, Michael Torrens has just been persuaded to rethink his request for some time off. An epistle to the head. It's hard to argue with. Route. Then the. TORRENCE's five years in the panthers have been intense. It's been a roller coaster. Live of extremes many times. He's picked up a gun, but he's also picked up a microphone. Now, turns didn't join the panthers to sing, but the movements minister of Culture gave him and three other young soldiers, especial assignment for the 'cause it was a musical Qadri whose mission was to spread the seed of Social Revolution through the Trojan horse of funk and soul. It was an rn be group called. The London's music is explosive. Band is powerful, and so is the message. The lumpen work. For the cause killing it wherever they perform San Francisco La. New York Philly and throughout the Midwest, but it only lasts eleven months. Then things in the black, Panther party begin to implode. which you're about to hear is the story of the rise and fall of an unlikely aren't be grew born out of social upheaval. But why did the Black Panthers even need a musical act? Why did they need a band? WHO's militant agenda? Put them up against the forces of prejudice and law and order with every downbeat. The thing is the lumpen were not out to make hit records. There were out to change American culture.
Edited by Andr Naffis-Sahely The Heart of a Stranger: An Anthology of Exile Literature
"I'm going to be talking about an extraordinary book. It's called the heart of a stranger. It's an anthology of exile good richer. And you know once upon a time that was an inevitable subject when we were talking about Joseph Conrad who wrote in English when his native language was Polish or about a -demia Nabokov when he was an exiled Russian aristocrat native language Russian road I in German and then in English but here we have an anthology. I think it's one of the most remarkable anthologies I've ever read it takes us from the ancient Greeks up to the present and shown us how much of the world has been living in exile. Odysseus returned to Greece at the end of the Trojan. More is the story of a man going from an island to island exile. Sometimes the exiles in this book are like the Britishers in Africa. They're exiled in Paradise. They are really. What is the expression you found for this Andre Parasites parasites in Paradise Andrei Nafis a? He is the editor of this book. The heart of a stranger. He gathers essays letters diaries poetry from every continent. How many authors are there in this book? Do you think there's one hundred contributors. We're reading not just homer and the Old Testament and the new testament but all the way to Palestinian poetry. This editor is born of an Iranian father and Italian mother he was born in Abu Dhabi and he brings the travels around the world. He's Taunt in England. He's currently teaching classes both oxydental college and Ucla. Now I'm telling you my listeners. This is the book to read if you want to know what is happening in the literary. World Today. Who are the people were talking to us? Who were their predecessors people like Emma Goldman? How did the idea for the San Thaung G Begin Andrei? Well I thank you for having me on the program. It's really quite quite a privilege to be able to talk to you about this. You know the the first question I usually get asked a dealing with. This book is is why now and I think. A lot of people pointed to the fact that this seems to be a particularly good moment to talk about exile. Although of course there's never been a bad moment to talk about exile others sixty five million displaced people that we know of this year two major wars and of course right now. I'm living in Los Angeles which is a home of exiles. We tend to think of the the homeless here in Los Angeles is coming from somewhere else attracted by the Clement California weather but of course a lot of them are Californians. So there's that they mentioned of the book. The other one is personal while it took me roughly around three years to put the book together after I signed the contract. Publishers in reality of really being preparing for it my entire life my father as you mentioned. Israelian he was exiled from Iran in nineteen seventy nine for belonging to a French Communist group. He was forced the Liberals leave the country my grandfathers on both sides where economic `exiles of one kind or another and so. I think there was the intense personal history on the one hand and on the other the need to create a very modest platform for some of the writers that I think need wider exposure. Let's pretend that I have not seen the San Thaung achieve before. What is the literature of exile? I know it has many definitions and that's one of its definitions that it can't be defined of but what is it well. I think it's it's safe to say that. Especially these days. We tend to think of as a by product of civilization so we are continually exposed to headlines The talks about political exiles exhaustive war tax exile governments in exile. But I think it's quite clear to me. That exile is actually engine of civilization. So take the founding myth of the Israelites with an exodus. The reason promised land. The American republic was founded by themselves the European Union likewise the Europe the Italian renaissance fueled by Byzantine exile so the literature of exile. Is I see. It really is a record of the civilizational process because again without exile you cannot have civilization the very first story actually in the book is a a retelling of an ancient Egyptian myth by the fantastic novelist. Keep Foos who one of my favorite authors Name of win win a Nobel Prize. He did thus to date. He is the only middle-eastern Nobel laureate
Holding it Together When Things Fall Apart | Pema Chodron
"Our guest this week has seemingly been trying to prepare us for this pandemic for years through a series of very popular books with titles such as when things fall apart welcoming the unwelcome and the wisdom of no escape. But as you're about to hear Pem Trojan is anything but gloom even though the title sound a little gloomy like all the great meditation teachers. I've had the good fortune to encounter. She has a real lightness in a sense of humor about her. As you will hear that said notwithstanding her chipper demeanor she has worked really hard to point out to her readers and her many students that ground listeners and uncertainty are fundamental facts of life which are as we all know becoming increasingly salient in our current crisis. Pamacho her name as I said she was born deirdre Bloomfield in Connecticut. She lived a rather conventional life going to UC Berkeley becoming a schoolteacher. Having a pair of kids but after a rough divorce she found herself adrift. And during that time she discovered Tibetan Buddhism and ultimately shaved her head and became a nun. She's now in her mid eighties. She lives in rural Nova Scotia. Where she's the director of Gamco Abby and we connected with her via old school landline. So you'll hear that. In the audio we talked to her about a bunch of things including how to actually as she recommends and one of the aforementioned book titles how to actually welcome the unwelcome. We also discussed how to befriend your demons how to sympathize without being stupid how to lighten up in the face of fear and how to embrace chaos as and this is a quote here extremely good news so here we go hello This is Dan Harris Cohen. Hello this is Hammer Children. Nice to connected. You Nice to talk to you again. Are you in New York? I am in New York right in the heart. Oh Yeah Wow. That's a hard place to be right now. That is a statement of fact. It is a hard place to no question. How how are you? Situate US. Where where are you exactly? And and how are you? I'm I'm good. I'm very well as a healthy and good. I'm in Nova Scotia and Ahmed COMPO ABBEY. Which is very remote in a kind of a very natural setting on the ocean. Far North in Nova Scotia Cape Breton Island. And we've had to close to anyone coming in but the community if like we're as they say sheltering in place where all sheltering in place together and just doing what we were doing before you know so. But we're very aware of course heightened awareness of what's happening With virus and the amount of suffering and death so that's very strong but in terms of being healthy we are and in terms of you know being able to our life is not claustrophobic. I guess you could say that. So we feel fortunate that way. I'm glad to hear that you're relatively unaffected but I I also hear that you're saying that you can't help but be aware of the global situation. Oh yeah yeah very much so very much so I was. I was looking at some of your book. Titles just read them back to you but when things well welcome welcoming the unwelcome comfortable with certainty the wisdom of no escape. I was thinking. It's like you've been trying to prepare us for this for decades. That's true I it's true actually I Win My primary teacher Jokin trump. Oh I live. He taught a lot about difficult times. We'll be coming and you should be preparing yourself to be strong and resilient and compassionate so that when things are difficult. It's like rather than catch the flu. You'll be there to help people you know. So that made a big impression on me to train working with difficulty when it wasn't so intense you know and everybody had plenty of difficulty to work with but I was always thinking of of things getting worse. Globally yes so the book titles somewhat reflect that and encouragement to work work with your heart and mind so that you could be Sort of steady and Able to be of benefit in these times I suspect people listening to this earth thinking to themselves in all caps. How how do I welcome the unwelcome on? How do I come comfortable with uncertainty? How do you to your teacher? Has a quote. Chaos should be regarded as extremely good news. How do I do all that? Sounds great but what I do I do that. Yeah well I. It's like well now. I make a pitch for the books which filled with instruction you know so. The basic thing is to have a meditation practice in which you become increasingly self aware. You're able to self reflect and you're conscious of your own habitual patterns and your own tendencies toward fear or aggression or whatever it might be you know self aggression aggression towards others and then the teachings are about when you can acknowledge. What's happening with you? Then the teachings are don't make yourself bag you know. Don't turn this into some kind of enemy but cultivate a kind attitude towards your own virtual patterns and don't act them out but don't repress them but be there get to know their energy very well with Kind open heart and mind so even that sounds might sound good but then the question is well. How do you do that but you do it? By starting to meditate people have many different styles of meditation. But most Buddhist Meditation has a lot of similarity to it and it's all about a open acceptance of whatever arises without getting caught in good and bad thinking. So that's where you start you start with acknowledging what's happening with you and then the expression is always something like making friends with that or being friendly towards that or you know welcoming that. I try not to use language. That's too corny but nevertheless I I use it quite a bit of it in any case like embrace and some things like that so that's the basis and from that you begin to get in touch as time goes on. You begin to have confidence. Really that fundamentally you are good person and you have habitual patterns to work on. But you have the strength in you to do that. And then an takes a lot of patients and sense of humor. But you work with yourself that way and That doesn't maybe sound so in a linear way how that adds up to being able to be comfortable with uncertainty. But in fact that's where it leads you because you get comfortable with the unpleasantness or the fear producing quality of seeing yourself so clearly you know but then the idea is to make friends with that so then the other thing that always taught is that to the degree that you can be friendly to yourself you will be friendly towards others to the degree that you can make friends with yourself unconditionally. You'll be able to have an unconditional regard and openness to other people.
Hard-Selling vs Soft-Selling and the Invisible Hooks You Probably Missed
"What's up everybody this Russell Brunson? Welcome back to the marketing secrets. Podcast today at one talk. About the marketing that's invisible inside of the fulfillment of the thing that you are actually selling so the big question. Is this power entrepreneurs like us. He didn't cheat and take on VENTURE CAPITAL FOR SPENDING MONEY. Own pockets marketing away. Let us get our products and our services and the things that he believed in out to the world and yet still remain profitable. That is the question in this. Podcast will give you the answer. Name's offer Brunson and welcome the marketing. All right so a couple of things ahead. Somebody An instagram right me in the questioning. Hard selling and soft selling out the wheels my head spinning and then today actually this whole week. Everybody is starting to get the the books in the of the traffic secrets are showing up. The box shown up odd so exciting seeing everybody getting their boxes and packages and a couple of people circle made videos them open boxes and it was like. Did you guys all capture? The marketing lessen the Russel's gave us here inside of this box. And it's fun because I don't think most people got it but a few people did some secrets just in case because a lot of times we focus so much on the hard selling I'm GonNa go. I'M GONNA create my offer my funnel. GonNa. I'm like Hook from a hook them. Tell the story make an offer. That's hard selling right. Soft selling rate all the subtleties. You're doing around everything for example in my podcast and my facebook lives in my interviews. My everything I'm always talking about stuff right. I always talk about click funnels and when when I had made a circle when it was still open if you ever noticed the first probably three hundred episode of this podcast as always talking about major circle members. Don't manage circle member to this circle member to this. I was talking about these people in this tier need this group and as I did that more people right I want to be in their circus are looking for it right. And that's what just it's just like casually talking about things talking about phones talking about order talking about all these things that lead back to whatever it is that you actually sell and so I think a lot of people think oh I mean there's some my product you're selling my product or I'm or I'm I'm teaching right and say no they all go together. Do you understand that? Like they're all they'll kind of tied together in so soft songs all the things. You're doing all the time lake. Just for example right. Now what have already done already talked about? Click funnels with talked about the traffic secrets book and talked about the box and talking about circles with four things. Just in the first two minutes of this podcast just and it's like planting seeds and talking about and talking about more and and as you do more and more of it it just gets people to to wonder more into look more and be more excited when the opportunity to purchase arises. So that's kind of a hard sell soft so now to go deeper on that. This is This is what's what's Fun Right. So everybody bought the book and You went to the book funnel right if you have a book yet come on Alec. Why are you even listening to me this point? Don't trust me enough to go by the book. But I digress. Traffic DOT COM. You'll get the book the book you go through down so flowing through the whole thing off there. I you much webinar. Hopefully go to Webinar. And you know the whole whole funnel happens. That's hard now. Soft cell are the things happening now right so in the mail every got box outside the boxes waiting for you open the box scan the Qr Code. And I know about people know how to use our Koji. I still am just learning how to use them if they go to your photo APP and you hold Kyoko to pop open website. Where the video from me in the video ad space basically tell people? I think you so much for buying this book I read from. Sison like you're gonNA love it. I can't wait to dive into it and ask them for favors. Look just know an authorized me biggest thing that we want is we want to be able to make how people actually get the thing. We create right. We spend eighteen months of our life. Lock down like writing this. This this thing for you like I want you to feedback. It's like the thing that being the most me right now is before you open his box of extra record yourself. The boxes you open it go and then shared on facebook and instagram social media and tag me on it and and I wanna see those things right now again. This is like this is the art of selling now right so maximum for favorite US book. I I kill myself to give it to you. Have if you could just make a video you in boxing and posted now. Obviously not everyone does not even like not even the majority of people do but a good percentage people do and posting them everywhere the posting when the close group posted on their own page posting them on instagram their their stories that like I am getting tagged in in boxing video everywhere and obviously we sold like I think sixty or seventy thousand copies of book so far and my getting sixty or seventy thousand getting literally hundreds multiple hundreds of people posting these videos. And when they're doing it gets what's happening their friends their family members or other people like what's up. What's it about and it's starting to make sales Second wave cells are coming. I didn't do anything for other than I. Just ask people to be willing to box that. They're they're thinking posting and boxing you tag. She's been really really cool All the course ones. I don't see all some land. My other folder junk-food but the cool ones. I see I share Mcginn. It's helping those people as well so there's a lot of benefits than side of the book like if you the box you open up a quickstart guide in quick start. Guide walks you through how to use the book. You can buy a computer. You Get Quick Start Guide you buy. Software Quick Star Guy like before book. We don't we included quickstart guides to get quick star guidance. I Okay. I need you to read this book. Second thing you need to do is if you ever read. This is part one of three. They go get the other two books and make sure you read the whole. Trojan get along with the workbook for free. Then here's how to get the whole box set. So I'm telling about the best way to consume the book and how it fits with the other books and for them to go get it right so. It's not hard to say here that you're reading this. This is the best way to consume it. I'm just like if I was selling crackers. I'd like the best way crackers with some some crackers. Cashew milkers of I don't even know. Is that even a thing like I was? Let's say let's say I had a food company right and Shampoo Company right. The Best Chiampou Booms doubled yourselves right. It's these little these little things like that. And so the quickstart guide is also then like little tickets to other things like tickets to webinars tickets all offers. We have just like oh by the way. Here's a bookmark you can use but it also serves as a pretty good ad smell these bookmarks that come in the in the boxes people who broke marks in the books but it's pushing to the Webinar funnel and the this thing and it just other places. They're quick funnels trial things like that you know. And so it's just it's little things kind of including in the sales process the fulfillment process that Increase a whole bunch of things right. It gets your your book. Your product is spread more viral. It gets people talking about people sharing it gets people knowing. What's the next step? Where do I go from here in the value like what's the next piece and so all the things that you kind of look at them? That's that's the magic so anyway. I hope you started thinking about
USC students asked to leave campus amid coronavirus pandemic
"USC students have been asked to leave campus housing over concerns about the car all the virus according to the daily Trojan the university wants students to leave university on housing for spring break and they will not be allowed to return for the next month it's still unclear when they'll be asked to move out of all straws akowski tells the paper there are a lot of things to work out because so many students may not have a place to stay is specially international students the university says it may extend online only instruction to the rest of the
Inside The Women Of Troy
"Welcome inside a special edition of around the rim. One that tells the story of the nineteen eighty three and eighty four championship teams for the USC Trojans. Their women's basketball program was a trailblazer in. Its own way where they had almost a super team of some of the biggest names in college. Basketball Cheryl Miller Cynthia Cooper panic. Paula McGee What Dynasty. They were what a talented team so fun to watch. I'm your host. Let's China Robinson. Join as always by my fantastic and fabulous producer to Riga foster bradsby. Then we are going to take you inside with some of the biggest names in biggest contributors to the success of that team and people that can tell the story the best. That's right the China so to help us tell that story. We've enlisted. Six people knew this team the best head coach. Linda Sharp assistant coach. Fred Williams team captain Juliet Robinson Point Guard Rhonda Wyndham forward. Pamela MCGEE AND GUARD CYNTHIA COOPER DYKE. So throughout this podcast. You're going to hear them. Discuss their relationships together coming together as a team learning how to play with each other learning each other on the prime that they have in USC and what it meant to be a Trojan and what it was like as far as the landscape of women's basketball at that time the rivalries. I'm you're going to get to know more about the players in from their teammates themselves. And you'll hear clips from Geno Auriemma Reggie Miller. Doris Burke teasha Chiro the nineteen eighty-four Olympics Paula. Mcgee and the cause from the championship games of nineteen eighty three and one thousand nine hundred eighty four. Let's all get a history lesson from the inside of what was so special about USC. Women's basketball in the women of Louisiana Tech University and the University of Southern California trojans outlet more southern California at forward six three junior from Flint Michigan number eleven all over more southern California at Bulwer from Riverside California number thirty one zero southern California Singer. Six three junior from Flint Michigan over thirty southern California had guard a by rescued from New York City. We're southern yard five nine zero number or no
"trojans" Discussed on 790 KABC
"For Trojans football welcome back this is the Ben Shapiro show well the NFL has seen its share of politics Stephen Ross who is the owner of the Miami Dolphins has been forced off the NFL social justice committee why because in the end it's Merete to hold a fundraiser with president trump and of course JZ is also in the crosshairs because he did a deal with the NFL but he didn't bring Colin Capra Nick back joining us on the line to discuss is quite Travis the host of Fox Sports radio from six to nine AM eastern time he appears also on Fox Sports ones daily sports gambling show locked in clay thanks much for joining the show yeah they sell let's talk a little bit about the NFL and they're continuing pandering to the social justice left I mean this really is an insane stories to Stephen Ross is the owner of the Miami Dolphins he held a fundraiser with president trump apparently this is silver Boden that he has now been asked to exit the NFL social justice committee what is the thinking here well I mean I think it's more and and and unfortunately execute our growth up to cancel culture where if you have opinions different than me you are allowed to have that opinion what's particularly starting about this decision in many ways is Steven Rossi is the only owner in the NFL who had the black GM and a black head coach so he literally has given the two most important jobs in his franchise to minority something that no one else that the NFL has done and if that's not enough because he isn't also willing to pledge complete fealty to everyone else on the left wing in the NFL for every single issue and so he's been removed from his position of employment there many still slow economic growth in China is basically the falsified for years based on taking out all the state and then expanding that money on building all sorts of things well if everybody stays home for a while that is not great for the world economy in terms of growth rates now in your own life you stay home more you just buy what you need your life can get appreciably worse the problem of course is that if everybody stopped buying it once well then the market for your job presumably goes down as well but that wouldn't last forever eventually pricing gets a lot of people would start buying again this is really gonna had specific industries the hardest hits people who I have a really long industrial supply chain that goes through Asia it's going to have people who are in the tourism industry for example initially like commodities which will then recover but some of the outside estimates which are people that drive you know my mask striving people believe that they're going to die from corona virus okay the the chance of you dive run virus remained very well let let me explain to you why we should take run very seriously but we should not be panicking over corona virus not in terms of its economic impact and talk about that in a second but at least in terms of its actual health impact on people it there's some study that came out of Australia suggesting sixteen million people could die okay I do not think sixty million people are going to die from this and certainly in the last I do not think that that hundreds of thousands of people are going to die from this it is not unprecedented for it for lots and lots of people die from diseases that Americans never really think about all that much like a lot of people died from Ebola in the United States was not really an issue because we have the public health and a lot of people died from bird flu globally not a ton of people in the United States died from from bird flu okay so so why exactly should you not be quite as worried as everybody sort of suggest well first of all the president trump had suggested the other day that he thinks the death rates are not nearly as high as the World Health Organization is sayings and W. H. O. said there was like three point four percent in terms like I I they and hundreds not three point four percent well honestly factually speaking his right actually say that probably not the reason being that even if he's operating on hunches he really should be doing that he's let his medical people speak to it but the date is pretty much behind trump trump is right about this trump happens to be fat factually correct the global death rate is not gonna be three point four percent the American death rate is not gonna be anywhere near three point four percent is not just from saying the general branch of wire from the HHS is the deputy secretary of health and Human Services this is not the actual death rates he's a real way way lower than you are being told in the media as well twenty five the best estimates now of the overall mortality rate four cove in nineteen is somewhere between two point one percent and one percent okay that's lower than you heard probably in many reports why is this number one is because many people don't get sick and don't get tested so probably for this is reflects the overseas experience so probably for every case there at least two or three cases that are not in the denominator so I just want to sort of scale that that of course is exactly right when you're measuring death rates the death rate the numerator the death rate and the number on top is the number of deaths which is easy to measure because their dead bodies on their corpses easy to measure exactly who died when it comes to the number of cases of corona virus that are present on planet earth right now that's a lot more difficult to tell because there's so many mild cases even Snopes right which is not a right wing source wrote about this the other day this vaccine expert Robert that likens the situation to the swine flu epidemic of two thousand nine at one point he said the mortality rate was thought to be much higher than the zero point zero one percent or zero point zero three percent it turned out to be he thinks mortality rate for corona virus will similarly plummet and the false notion that is more likely to kill you than influenza will disappear so in other words he thinks it'll basically just be like I I kind of very one strain of the flu Gary Coleman Jr director of the infectious disease research center of all university come back said what they're mild cases that are detected that's why spreading otherwise will be spreading if there were severe cases we know that would be quarantining people if they're mild cases well then presumably we don't know about them Hey it's it's like saying how many cases the colder their pre or who the hell knows a lot of people on hold I'm going to the doctor I think everybody in the United States probably had a cold in the last year that means the death rate is really low but what if you have grown in Arizona basically manifest as mild cough it's just not going to know that you're never gonna go to the doctor report any of this New England journal of medicine suggested quote the overall clinical consequences of code nineteen they alternately more akin to those with severe seasonal influenza so all of these sort of panic that happening is overstated it also we if you want to test cases to how deadly coronavirus as you could just look at the diamond princess situation right that was the the cruise ship those stuck off the coast of Japan Dr germ infested her medical school recently wrote in slate but the impact of corona viruses being exaggerated because there is a widespread lack of knowledge about how many people are actually infected he said this is where the diamond princess data provides important insight of the three thousand seven hundred eleven people on board at least seven hundred five tested positive for the virus which considering the confines conditions and how contagious this virus appears to be is surprisingly low of these more than half are a symptomatic very few asymptomatic people were detected in China this alone suggests a halving of the virus is true fatality rate also important to note and this is of great comfort to me since I have three children who are six under is that that's from corona virus are heavily slanted toward people who have pre existing conditions and or people who are elderly like in Washington state everybody who's died so far I believe has been over the age of seventy and this is this could be a problem for nursing homes right for nursing homes and assisted living facilities crime virus could be a problem just like the flu is a serious problem in nursing homes but it's not really a problem for people who are young as fast points out on them and princess six deaths have occurred among the passengers constituting a case fatality rate of point eight five percent not a single diamond princess patient under age seventy has died if the numbers from ports out of China had held the expected number of deaths in those seventy should've been around for NBC news recently reported that the diamond princess isn't an exception is it they said very few children have been diagnosed with it of those who have both had mild cases worldwide they've been zero deaths reported so far in young children zero contrast that with these so called Spanish flu that's the epidemic that killed maybe up to fifty million people in nineteen eighteen to nineteen twenty the Spanish flu is largely a disproportionately affecting people who are young healthy coronavirus hasn't even affected newborns in China according to NBC news quote even newborns to be tolerating virus fairly well one study found that in China only nine infants were hospitalized with that between December eighth and February sixth none had severe complications are required intensive care so should you be deeply worried about it well if you're older and you have an underlying health condition and probably should worry about this and we should worry about the flow if however you are young and healthy the chances of you dying from cold in nineteen are exorbitantly low okay now with all that said again that doesn't mean that supply chains are gonna be disrupted and the bad information that's out there isn't going to sink the economy a little bit I didn't have much of an impact in February we'll get to the jobs report that just came out in a moment because the jobs report smashes expectations in February probably the the drawback is presently can be in March since March is when a lot of the stock market falls happen but at the same time we saw this time I could drop in like late February like the third week of February not not like at the end of February only they'll get to that in just one second first let us talk about something that you can do for your family that really is excellent really is necessary really is cool I'm talking of course about preserving your.
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"Number eighteen Colorado overcame a slow start to defeat USC seventy sixty six the victory vaulted the bus into first place in a tight pac twelve race with a conference record of ten and four they can only write the fourth let's see you with fifteen points nearby you want us to lose nobody wants us to be first place in this back twelve soft on our record about is ourselves in in our teammates and our fans the duster and for us and go get it down fourteen in the first half Colorado was up twelve in the second the Trojans had a chance to tie down sixty nine sixty six but turned the ball over with seven seconds to go Arizona and Arizona state or a half game behind the box with Oregon and UCLA a full game back Bruce Morton boulder Colorado
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"Twenty four the Trojans will end the season eight and five and young starting quarterback Keaton slow best left for U. S. C. was shoulder and elbow sprain Texas a and M. came back to win the Texas ball twenty four twenty one over twenty fifth ranked Oklahoma state a an amateur fourteen nothing in the second quarter in the late game at Phoenix final seconds before halftime Air Force leading seventeen fourteen now against Washington state earlier bowl victories for Michigan state and North Carolina Kawhi Leonard was named a peas male athlete of the year lebron James with his growing entry is questionable for the Lakers Saturday night game at Portland halftime in the NBA's late game the Phoenix Suns who lost seven in a row leading Golden State fifty one forty three at the break Miami edged Indiana one thirteen one twelve the heated home fourteen and one hundred W. R. E. C. and ninety two point one FM you're listening to what I wear when I heart radio to regional do you ever feel in in security being an actor I know you're based in New York now but when you're in LA is there I just feel like living in LA must be so intense no matter how successful you are being in the business being successful and living in LA I just can't imagine like that pressure do you ever have you ever felt sort of into care about yourself about the way you look about the way you present yourself or is it just kinda like alright I'm doing my thing I'm on a show mine though it is never is a number like about it is always I am always given to the self doubt bands and I have to I meditate a lot which is my biggest source of freedom and then also again living in matriarchy of scandal was really healing and Kerry was such a good leader for a care at Katie and Darby and I have never been sort of in the cross hairs you know like we we got to be in scandal lucky us but she was so helpful guiding us incrementally as we were able to receive it you know you can't learn with you until you're ready but just leading us baby steps along how to do an interview how to you know find a stylist how to stand on the carpet like little tiny things and she has a whole persona that is red carpet Kerry and she doesn't take that on as her personal person hood that's the thing she does it's a performance just like it's a character like any other character she gets hired to play and even framing it like that was because so finely nowadays gender so fluid and it's so fun to watch the construct how people interpret it you know in any in such a wider arena of humanity and that is exciting for me like the story like telling a story through clothes makeup hair and all of that but yeah LA is a particularly hard town I'm so grateful to be in New York I always I always felt like my heart's home but it always I have always made sense to myself here black makes sense to me for a fashion show is so that I don't still very New York yeah but I guess the whole thing is and it comes with agent experiences and knowing that figure flaws are you're stirring see you know like if we were all twenty two and then in tandem lines it would really be boring and what and so it's what's interesting is what's in your heart and what you do with your time and how you show up for democracy and what you're reading and what you're wearing just gets its a good short hand so that people can start a conversation with you and that part I love and that part I am is easier to it's a easier waters to swim in a Manhattan for sure but it's there in New York I mean in LA you just have to find your people and find and take your space what do you think Malley would be wearing let's say twenty thirty years in the future what do you hear any you can sit with him we had even when you close your eyes and vision the character right after her after a year tenure in the White House I like to think that she's off running foundation doing good work globally and I I like to think of her as somewhere between sort of a later day Audrey Hepburn when she was doing her UNICEF work as a raging good all so I think it's monochromatic in a little Eileen Fisher but but spoke and and the textiles are glorious fishing in a safari job he's so it's someone like fan no I live palazzo pants for everyone to change colors but like a fabulous mall yeah you know it's not just a standard something you know that has a storied to it Yasser sees global an eclectic but special it'll MLE will always need to be special personally is when I aspire to be only to their what is your first musical memory the first album well the first concert you ever attended my name is quite slow with the legendary roots crew and those are the kind of questions I like to answer one question what's the supreme is my weekly podcast where I might use a preamp sit down there it out with her favorite creators and pictures and find out what makes them great and you'll learn something that's a really good listen of course love supreme I heart radio at apple podcast or wherever you get your part and okay I think I missed your mind just say okay what's the last thing that you bought does it have to be close the last thing that you old milk I don't know that's.
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"To twenty four the Trojans will end the season eight and five and young starting quarterback Keaton slow best left for U. S. C. was shoulder and elbow sprain Texas a and M. came back to win the Texas ball twenty four twenty one over twenty fifth ranked Oklahoma state a an amateur fourteen nothing in the second quarter in the late game at Phoenix final seconds before halftime Air Force leading seventeen fourteen now against Washington state earlier bowl victories for Michigan state and North Carolina Kawhi Leonard was named a peas male athlete of the year lebron James with his growing entry is questionable for the Lakers Saturday night game at Portland halftime in the NBA's late game the Phoenix Suns have lost seven in a row leading Golden State fifty one forty three at the break Miami aged Indiana one thirteen one twelve the heated home fourteen and one six hundred W. R. E. C. I. ninety two point one FM you're listening to what I wear one and I heart radio he mentioned land hello yeah some designer I read something funny the other day I read an older article that somebody said Nelly Anna livia are two examples of women that are depicted in Washington that are completely not like women in Washington fashion wise thanks so much better to have so much more fast I thought that was funny because I mean obviously near two characters did dressed impeccably on the show but you in particular Melly in particular really did embody to me that political wife looking that slowly evolved into something a little bit more powerful were you involved in the clothing which ever get ten jumping suggestions about what she should wear well first of all and has an incredible glow you can watch the show with the sound off in the color story alone is breathtaking like you'll get the emotional impact of everything just in her color story which is to drive her crazy because Sean this final draft as her final edit system sometimes seem wildly restructures and with conflict wise that orange in the first act for you know but she always had a very clear vision of how to change the character's hell let the characters evolve MLE as you say we went from a governor's wife to the First Lady and then eventually to a divorce say and finding your own career again and then the president of the United States to leasing and to be and the fittings as we started because you have to it's like sculpting you just have to keep trying and some things work and some things don't we knew very early we needed to get rid of the pearls we needed to get rid of the the little sweaters a little shrugs I would like it just like to just there just wasn't the character I it wasn't her she involved you know she had to step out of that when she was smelly Melly you know like once you walk through the fire lost her son there was just a loss of innocence that just did not condone such offer validate you know but the first time we were pants was like a big deal for it was I think it was the first scene of the last season and we had that scene with my wonderful Kerry she's like do you want to be a you know asterisk or a monument as I wanna be a monument and we wore pants and it just felt monumental they're really really dead did you keep anything I did what I was saying so you know I actually bought that outfit I bought himself it yeah yeah with his gorgeous light passes read god I remember what the name as I don't have on a gorgeous green the sailor on skirt suit and a beautiful fairy like pen stripe suits with pants and I was like all dish in the matter do you feel like I'm really where those things again or they just and who knows what areas for the house and I have that chords as smelly Malley row see mention smelly malate I know what it is but when you classify went back just in case and I think and what's before you do what's so funny is when I was when I was researching you know there were so many articles on the internet right now just being like he gives you a good people are obsessed with that period of of Mellie's developmental explain what it is Wallace Mellie Mellie was in phase that Mellie went through when she lost her sign her son Jerry died and it just she was no longer able to support the artifice that her life entailed so she just gave it all up she took off the pearls she took off the dresses she just walked around the White House in sweats and uggs and yesterday's underwear and she had this gorgeous kimono that she didn't give up because she still do you know what to be fabulous a little bit fabulous but she just could see through the lies and I think that's why people love or is she just didn't play the game anymore and she would just call people on their B. S. constantly and there was a freedom she was drunk all the time and just quit being an amazing eating fried chicken on the balcony and just free and she's always been so Penn then but I think there it was just a joyful release for everyone to get to watch her even in this horrible sorrow grief is often represented so narrowly especially a woman's grief you know there's a particular kind of crying you're supposed to do if someone dies and I think it was also freeing for people to see that grief takes so many forms and is a very personal thing and it can be biting and it can be ugly and it can be hilarious and it can be drunk on and it can be it can just be so much and so I think it also held space for so many other people who have grieved another way is I know I am one of those people so I think it was really fun that way too was it a challenge for you to fill in those scenes I mean go from wearing sort of these fabulous pantsuits to wearing a bathrobe and UGS I mean the kind of must have been a little bit freeing for you'll come trial loved it knows me well will know that that is far closer to me than putting on hose every right the only war how do you know anyone who wears hose I don't I mean did I did all of North Carolina like all of my growing up but and I think that that's still a staple of many people's lives but I had just had even seen a pair hose and so on active in very specific ways as well and I guess if someone I mean I guess if someone just said out of nowhere like who wears hose I would say politicians this is absolutely appropriate and they do make things all better certain things I can't wear spanks I'm not a spring soaring human his sins such negative messages to my brain I like I could never act if my thighs were in case like that it's not I can't do it but I can see how in a hosiery is helpful but I was just like wow this is a different thing I'm glad to be out of my house for a minute how do you describe your style if you're not working and you're either you know running around the city or going out at night on doing date night like what do you do like how do you two rants would you like to wear I am an intensely pragmatic human so I want to look pretty but I want to be comfortable I never want to sacrifice comfort and not always starts at my shoes like I need to I need to walk I need to be able to you know do five miles if there's like some fun thing to you know walk up to the park and take a boat on the river I want to be able to have adventures so I need to start with a cute comfortable shoe and then after that is usually black its usually monochromatic I hope it's forward leaning maybe a little men's wear hello I I say over there I'm not pink I'm not glitters I'm not ruffles yeah you like to shop I really don't and that's one of the great gifts of this job by getting to be an actor is I wake up close my naked body go to work and someone someone else who's really wonderful dresses may in a way that tells a story and that is a great relief to me because I think when I dress myself I want my mind to be more of the story the my clothes so I Hey I I think yes I am I am very grateful to be in better hands when you first started yes you know making some real money it did your road to shop being change at all because I kind of feel like it's hard it's how it would be hard I I to me it would be hard not to change my mind said you know I mean they are a successful you have money were you like and I'm gonna go out and buy you know a five thousand dollar bag or something like that that isn't what I do especially because I paid a stylist you know you pave per look and you keep nothing so I have a lot alike make it rain but it's all going out the door and I don't get to keep anything so I have like deep down on like the real real and a decades in LA which is a beer or of a vintage shop but I don't know me very well maybe I will get there maybe I'll walk and I wished I'm so sad that Alexander McQueen died he was my favorite like one of my favorite geniuses ever in any arena and I am sad that I do not own anything have you ever worn yeah so god yes I yeah I said I would you know just do you know how they take it off you would you would you could just fight them off but I love it so much and feelings so it's so good to transform and its transformative what it's not just for men and it's it's the story and so you can feel the energy it's not it's dark it's light it's freeing it's in case saying it's it's a such a transformative experience but all clothes are not like that for me how did you get your start acting how did you how did you start I started singing I always saying when I was in North Carolina so do you know summer stock really early and you know Gretel in the sound of music when I was five and you know that culturally absolutely inappropriate Madonna and South Pacific when I was seven and things like that so I'm going to blow your mind right now and tell you that I saw you on Broadway in nineteen ninety seven okay there is a show in nineteen ninety seven on Broadway called the life and it was about prostitutes in Times Square is eighty so I grew up here in New York I was an aspiring musical theater person okay we maybe get back to that and then I realize that I can really sing or dance I don't know if you as a buyer and I think that's true I was in okay after but I was not a singer or dancer I think thought I was I wasn't but I was a really really tremendous fan and I saw that show I think and I think my parents got tickets for me and my sister and I became so obsessed with it I think I saw three or four times and brought my friends to see it like it's such a weird thing I was a teenager then like we would buy the soundtrack and we would sing the songs songs I call you guys I kind of wrote the music and it was lovely and lily is white and Pam Isaacs saying they're facing it was really a tremendous I loved it I but I never realized I mean obviously I mean when I started watching scandal and seeing you around.
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"U. S. C. Trojans football report presented by the south point hotel and casino let's join code charming height and showcased as a provide live analysis at the SEC football the pac twelve conference and the latest college football action of the day it is time to buckle up and it is time to ride along with his part of the where all of the way we just wanna make sure wherever you're headed you get those safely yes this is our Trojan football report brought this all by the south point hotel and casino in Las Vegas Nevada I'm Harbi I'd Chuck Hayes joins us from the Coliseum where we've all viewed the USC Oregon football game were on the docks well they got the Trojans tonight read the Bradley and what I thought would be a Trojan type a bowl game against Oregon the seventh right game in the country the troll does go down fifty six to twenty four they are now five and four overall for into in the pac twelve south Chuck and announced crowd of sixty two sixty three thousand the feeling there the Coliseum well could you tell origin victory party because after that last or you touch down midway through the fourth period the Trojans faithful cleared out and even though U. S. C. routed scored one more time Hughes was sitting counseled with touchdown pass it was all or again and I really think that the momentum change came right after yes you turned it over and and organ had a chance to intact USC by heating a log kick off return for a touchdown so that was at the end of the first act and that would be really the major activity there will you put or get over the top and out of the U. S. E. M. recovered from that what took I was impressed with the way they started the game the Trojans they took the ball they went seventy or sixty blade for seventy seven yards for a touchdown they look good in that mixing it up throwing the football running the football and they went down and scored did they had some problems as far as turnovers penalties beating themselves and interception they got down there close to the goal.
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"Saturday evening from nine PM to ten PM as we talk USC Trojans football what I think south point hotel and casino in Las Vegas Nevada for the sponsorship of this weekly segment well Chuck judges go down twenty eight fourteen in Seattle today that Huskies at university of Washington. your thoughts on the Huskies and the the game today. because one of the things that we see whatever you're playing on the road especially in Seattle there's been a tradition for many many years that's what a tumble places to play that you really have to have the complete package in with that seek only having an opportunity to have his first start on the road and not having a regular say role as the starting quarterback date you would have to pretty much go back to basics and watching them today I do not see a lot of the judgment that I didn't see for watching in spring ball or in summer camp a court before mortgage and tell me if you saw this year you said in your in your tweets in the first half that is C. R. C. one dimensional you must believe that you have to run the football don't hold anything back whatever it takes to win I want to watch figure I didn't see any audible I did see in check with me I saw no to try to sell by the goal line with the maybe some mob off balance two running backs motion across all those things that you talked about where you can get in there and be a a tough guy and you really check out at his he has won his best skill set was it out to beat you by being a floor when that is not his number one game the game is to make more what happened and then find the open man I just want you to get your thoughts on that. what Chuck I think this philosophies in what you do and no matter what your philosophy is you have to be prepared for that situation no matter where you on are in the field of what you need to do to score when did it all of the above and I am just not I mentioned this earlier in the spring I haven't really body in on everything that the Trojans are doing and of course this is just my opinion on a philosophy I think you have to be ready to do a lot of different things with an offense that you have to have different phases by going under hello and sometimes even are under center and sometimes even how to lead and may be ready to tight end SO three tight ends or running out of an I. formation what top does to do counter sweets and your guards through and do different things to take advantage of the it where you are in the field and and not with the feel closes down on you be limited on the number of space that you have to throw between the coverages it and then make plays to score points you will the whole all those lines down the field being a lot but the one line to means more than any other light is the goal line if you've got to get across that to accomplish your gold and it just sometimes troubles me when I see teams on first and five and the goal wide in second for the goal line seconded for on the ten yard line throwing balls down in the coverages and lose the possession of the football and coming away with zero just bothers me that bothers me to what I don't see teams utilizing their complete field and what the air attack might be as far as using your backs and Patsy routes and circle route to clear out the line backers seek around why delays in what use your tight and more in the middle of the field to occupy your safety Sir played back date to take away your top receivers in the country I don't see anything to occupy or door give your Sri Sievers a chance to have be in a position to have open routes everything is a force pass everything it has to be. perfect to have a good time to throw across the field at the time it has to be perfect and and and and make great plays which I have to make to be accomplished accomplish your goal anyway but it does during my tweets if you're if you're if you got those Chuck except say throw the ball down the field have the quarterback keep the ball hold the backside run jets we run both legs don't have to formation tendencies which USC has as far as the running game concerned because they know that the quarterback hardly ever Beleza carries a football on Cape they did once is going to touch down and then that a. I got so excited is sort of spike the ball a little bit and then they have full for four full of field position on the next kick off but I think you have to be prepared for every type of game situations to believe in it and not standard think about what you're gonna do you you don't exactly what you're going to do and what they U. S. C. hasn't shown now into the fifty aim at the air is adapted to these type of situations and they talk about being physical running the football but I don't see that happening shot they do they don't have a break way back really I'm just gonna be Frank death three top good backs but when they hit the same and they go they get run down and that's something that you can't do on this level of football. because one of the things that is interesting to me is again the role to head coach in this because everything you're talking about you can meet all week long we've been in those meetings we see it we see a game plan you're dealing with a player who started for the first time on the road and there is something different playing on the road I did not see the adjustments in game how far and third quarter where are you using the team and skill set of players out there at their backs the only tried once you got out a character when they ran that gadget plate you have seen decides really tremendous play on that and it was in defense as you mentioned the said Hey you gotta stop Bob and make a play because if you look at the numbers Washington did not have that great a day ostensibly in fact if you look on third down conversions they are they converted one more taught less on third down only three thirteen when UFC was for twelve to write their children the U. S. U. defense was playing their tails off or did not have the support system because of the big plays a wash it made it made her feel called their party game was was good and I really wanted you told them with big grins it's because he did come out of the shell little bit but that is not the potter there we saw doing great things in cap. what a sort of woke up there in the second quarter and second happen start to get some distance on is planning but I agree with you what the same part of that we've seen in the in the ad campaign fall camp for the Trojans in and you need feel position and he wasn't getting the team watch it was getting the short field and a lot of situations we tweeted out also that defense had to make a play get a turn over to X. changeable men in the game they did blow up a plane got the football and did make a difference in the game but you've got to complete that with the momentum changer goes with you and I thought for a minute there U. S. C. had momentum going when they drove down the field a poppy rand five or six I don't have a chart in front of me five or six play seven plays a role drove all the way down to but the ten yard line and it through a an interception I mean why why do you even do that you really don't have to do that I don't know what the play is called even I know the players Bobbi even question that the left side of your office of line with Jack's it'd talker completely dominated doing such a great job over there on the left side that one I'd give you back an opportunity to run for the I. type of formation well you can see the seams in the halls better like most teams do do as far as giving you more of vision on where you can cut writer cut left to take that seemed to get into the end zone of the hit that open area they're basically most of the time running sideways in laterally before they can get that is say not that's fine to do that but unless you hold the backside with bootlegs a different thing coming back the entire defense runs into play if you remember once during the game you saw you saw the a mallet yeah I was melody I broke back because everybody was waiting for him but at the quarterback with a kept the bodies still be running but the defense today and I want to tell you I thought they really fought gallantly they really. did they play hard they did after break downs as far as this tackles and so on but you can't play a perfect football game every football game but they played hard they may have played the best defensive game of the year but I really think they play the best against the best offense the team they played the entire year would you ever so watches the football tape solid at all good players very well coached got philosophies down diss situation and all the things that are necessary to be the type of program to Chris Peters is brought there but the effort by U. S. C. by its players the effort was today the effort was in a by the players basic I've been sort of a position of saying if I was coaching that football team I would say Hey I let you guys down but check let's take another short time out I Barbie I'd which Kay's this is a Trojan football report brought to us weekly by the south point hotel and casino in Las Vegas Nevada we want to welcome all of you out there that you could tell from our show we tell you in column as we see them we're not omers but we do believe in the program of believe in kids give it a hundred percent and returning and getting the same for the coaching staffs and support groups so but about their final and we'll.
"trojans" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"I have a slingshot and a frigging bat we're going to I am done with the politeness. I am dome of it. They're going to scare it's too much. So we we have a few things we wanted to talk about today. We're gonna we're gonna close up like I said, we're gonna try and get the separate out before say, so we're gonna close today's episode talking about a few of the things that we have going on at our essay as well. Some of the things that we'd like to see their first we had a post come out that was kind of interesting last week on not really a new threat, but a threat that we had seen just kind of research out of nowhere, and that's brutal odor. So I wanted to talk about that real quick Craig get some comments on that. And then Nigel I wanted to bounce over to you. Because I think the interesting thing here is really kind of we talk about loaders all the time. And I wanted you know, we wanted to kind of take. Look at those today. So Craig what was up Russia voter is it brush, or is it Russia believe I'm not sure it's been calling it. This is not the toasted thinly sliced spread with the tomatoes. Rochetta? That's Bruce shadow. Right. So. Voter. He's actually is reasonably new. You know, the first time we saw it was in late August, we saw appear targeting polish language people. And it was really neat about this. While it was in really low volume up until recently, you could still watch the iterative additions to the loader. Right. And so we kind of outline the time line with all the details in the post, but suffice to say we've been watching them make you know, what do we have one two three four five six seven Irit revisions that just kept adding more and more features and functionality. So that that was really interesting. And the reason we did the post finally was because we were basically monitoring the volume, and, you know, from August when the initially identified the loader in that polish language version, it was like maybe one percent of activity every month. And then in February at shot up to like eighty five percent. So I I think what was happening was, you know, we often see trial runs with malware. And I think basically this was a trial run, and they were still perfecting their loader. And as of February they were finally happy with it. And they just opened the floodgates. And just started launching massive campaigns. Generally when these things happen, they come in bursts. But you know, we see pretty much constant steady activity. You mentioned earlier that brutal letter was adding interet of features. And that's one of the things are kind of want to get to is. What point does the loader? Become an actual rat. And you've made that comment earlier Nigel when we're talking about what these lawyers actually are. So can run give us a little background. I mean, you know, maybe not a history lesson little background. Exactly what we mean. We're talking about loaders we've talked about and dried ex and trick pot, and Bruce loader and all these loaders. We talk about all the time. What exactly is that what we're talking about malware load is right? That's what you. Yeah. Yeah. If you just say loader than I'm not thinking about a malware loader. Right. And and that's what gets me bit confused amongst many things. Yeah. So what about it, Greg? Well, you know, I I kind of. Grassley Nigel thought it was funny. We were talking about this in the show notes. Remember Nigel shouting out. You mean a bleeping Trojan there see Mitch I saved you some work. You let me being around here. Craig? You know, I think really what most our authors use these fours as widget to get on whatever Mauer they want. And when they have these more advanced evasion features like there's a crazy Fibonacci evasion in this thing. I thought was really interesting that pops a little box on the in hosts, and you have to open and close it. It basically tries to prevent them our from running and like VM or from being automatically analyzed by Sam boxing, you know, system. And so when we see these types of features being added to these loaders, and we see them getting more and more advanced and allowing more functionality, obviously, they become more successful.
"trojans" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"I made hours late like, and so I call PR up, and I'm like, hey, I think we need backup plan and they're like, no, no, no. It's gonna be fine. You just wait. And I'm like, I'm willing to wait. But I really think you need to have a backup plan and like well Jason's there will consider him. You know, you just wait. And but it's what happens. Bad. So I started looking at other airports. So I'm like what if I went to Oakland? You know, what I went to San Jose? Wow. That's a special. Well, so here's the thing that no one I guess because like like did that at the fifteen minutes. Didn't wait another hour. Like every flight is sold out. And I mean, there's not a seat next to the toilet. Right. Like, I can't get a middle seat next to the toilet slow. I don't I don't hang around when if you always fly United joint living next year. On a soon as they send me something that oh you flights Dillard, fifty minutes. I'm like next liked. Yes. Hello American Express. Get me on a different. So it so yeah, I spend about an hour hunting for flights. And I tell which Inskeep NPR like I'm really concerned here. Like, I've got no options. Like if this doesn't work out. I don't know what we do. And so they're like, well, just stick it out. And I'm like, yeah. Totally willing to you know, I'm excited about this conference. So I go up to the the United lodge, and I'm like, yeah. I'll I'll pay for a a c like I'm not going to sit in a restaurant for five hours. You know? And so I go up there, and I'm just doing within about two hours later because at this point I've like brief Jason I've run PR through like, I've got backup plans in place. I think. And then they call me on the intercom. And I'm like I go up to the front near like caso your flights canceled. Do you want to get on the ten o'clock, and I'm like? Look at ten o'clock, which is also delayed five hours. Oh, no. So not really talking like one AM or maybe you'll get to the hotel at like three or four, and do you really wanna talk at like nine or you believing that we're going to get you there. And so like, I Yar and I look at the ten o'clock, and there's like no seats they apparently like got taken up immediately. And so like, I couldn't get there. Literally couldn't get there on time. And so I call PR, and they had the idea of getting our CTO Brett Hartmann over there. Awesome, dude. Really good speaker. So I, you know, paying bread, and I'm like, hey, Bret like, I've got notes like you'll need to run you through my plan because this was like a panel interview. Right. And so we had several things that we wanted to accomplish. And so break calls me walking through. We're like, yeah. This seems like a pretty good deal and so- bread swoop sense saves the day. And so I finally get home that night, right? Had been at the airport. I don't know since noon, and it was like almost dark out so probably like five or six and. Hop in my car to go get some dinner or something much like comes on. So I'm literally driving on the 'cause no driving. My car is like I forget what it put it called. But basically goes into limo. It's like do not drive fast excel in so my car and Lindt mode. I call BMW and they're like, yeah..
"trojans" Discussed on Beers with Talos
"So as many people are well aware by many people. I mean, people that know Nigel ni-, we hate the winter pretty much all the time and everything below the temperature of eighty sucks yet. So anything Creggan I live in the places we live. No, I I it's hard to argue with it except you guys live in Florida and Texas which I mean the rest of the are have to win. But this month, it's just glorious. So normally around this time of the year. I started getting very cranky and upset because I hate the winter. And the winner was grey here in the on the east coast. So I to line, and I found this lamp it's called a happy late. And it's a very bright light that bits, you know, a temperature of light between a certain, you know, certain between a certain range, and it's you know, supposedly to. So your skin was orbs it, and you feel better about high UV, discharge or whatever. Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. So you're always supposed to use it for thirty sixty minutes a day, which is fine. But as so I come down here in the morning plot myself down in my office, and I turn this lamp on. But ready? This is going to be a visual gag for you guys, but they were really people on call. I know. But hopefully, people understand what I'm talking about. If they've ever seen one of these. But ready turn the sucker on you guys ready? Say something Joel kid on. Yeah. I'm really good the video these pristine I have. I know it's fantastic. This lamp is so fricking bright. It's great. But I so the best that I can explain the best that I can explain is that you know, those like new Ellie Elsie the LED rule. Bright headlamps that are like bright white. This is like sticking your face a foot from the front of that thing just letting his shine on your face. But anyway. Fantastic. I don't know if it makes many frigging, happier. But I don't wanna kill people's much. So I guess that's good. I mean, you know, working on a team. I guess we'll take that. That's. I don't take my wrath out on Mitchell's much anymore. That's just not true. So the. So Matt is like I said is is not with us. And he was up next today. So Craig, let's let's jump back to you. What's on your mind? My God man this. A frustrating week for me, so Monday, I'm supposed to fly out and do this, you know, conference thing. So I think I had like a which converts is the CIO conference over in San Francisco and so I- hop in a car like noon, get to the airport. My flights going to be a to figure out grab lunch. No big deal. The second sit down in my chair. It's like Didi your lights delayed fifteen minutes, and I'm like, no big deal. You know, like, I'll just go get a coke. It's fine. Whatever that's where it starts though. Isn't it? No starches the next one. It's like your flight's been delayed and additional here's the problem. So I checked the FAA's website. And it says SFO incoming flights have been delayed in average of four hours fifty seven minutes, and I'm like, what's. And so I look at I think it was flight aware, and they're like, well, it only affects a small number of flights right now. All right. I'm not gonna move it. It's going to be fine. Whatever I eat my lunch. And then it goes ding your flights delayed five hours. Helen. Yeah. Like, you know, you're screwed if they if they just willfully on that second message cross the to our line. Is two hours deadline once they go to hours, then they have to do all kinds of things, you know, if they cross that to our line on the second message. You are worse. Like hanging immediately. I'm like immediately. I'm like, well, I'm barely going to get there in time. You know, like I'm supposed to be at dinner because it's a three hour flight normally to San Francisco or three hours and some odd minutes. Right. So now, we're looking at like five hours, plus three hours..
"trojans" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"The Trojans getting ready to battle on the gridiron today at the Rose Bowl. Big deal. You say both teams are down this year UCLA is to an eight under their new coach chip Kelly, Kelly and USC is just five and five football analyst and former UCLA player Charles arbuckle buckled tells KNX this game is always intense regard. Of the teams records of those guys we hung out a lot of them play together going up an high school. You got to know guys that way, but man that week you didn't you didn't talk about taxing. And you know, usually usually would see each other out, but that week it was all bets off. And there was some physicality are buckle says he expects more of the same today. UCLA tried to snap a three game losing streak against USC. Actress Cecily Tyson among those who will receive honorary awards this weekend from the academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences. It's part of the academy's governor's awards taking place at Hollywood and Highland center. Producers, Kathleen Kennedy, and Frank Marshall will be presented with the coveted Irving Thalberg award. The academy has decided to significantly pared down the red carpet leading into tomorrow's ceremony out of respect for victims of wildfires in California. Triple A says it expects more than four million of us will be traveling for the thanksgiving holiday out of southern California to destinations. Well, who knows that would be the most folks on the road since two thousand five Marie Montgomery with AAA tells KNX, the vast majority of us, the vast majority of us travelers will be in our cars driving, very crowded starting Monday afternoon and evening, Tuesday evening will be probably the most crowded time to be out there heading out, but Wednesday evening can also be very bad Montgomery recommends you Jill leave early in the morning to avoid all the traffic Las Vegas, San Diego. San Francisco our top three destinations. But there are so many more Montgomery says more people are traveling because of a stronger economy, and that gives folks more money and more flexibility to take these trips. Speaking of money a state audit fights finds poor decision. Making and bad contract management have led to delays and cost overruns for the high speed rail project between L A. In San Francisco that project now estimated to cost seventy seven billion dollars and is fifteen years from completion, Fresno Republican assemblyman. Jim Patterson tells KNX this project needs to stop project that isn't collapse. There is no halfway to completion. They have mis appropriated and miss spent billions of federal dollars, the high speed rail authority says in a statement, it does not agree with all of the findings of the audit, but will implement the auditor's recommendations the high speed rail board voted to move forward with plans for the route to go under sill, mar and pajama but to be above ground in some valley. It's six twenty.
"trojans" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Carson leading legend here on football night in the springs, presented by metro PCS. Ryan Kaufman alongside Ryan pelton. And Ryan pelton could you please? Give us the first half statistical information. I sure as you know, I sure can Ryan let's start with legend titans. They are down fourteen zero here at halftime not a lot of passing for the titans. Ceylan shoemaker three of seven only nine yards. They've been given the rock a lot to Blake Ray, Rog. He has fifteen rushes for sixty seven yards. They do have one turnover. And that was on a halfback pass. Ray rock. Threw an interception in that second quarter that ultimately led to the second touchdown four thousand four Carson otherwise for legend Tristan Oliver two carries for fifteen yards. They have a few more ball carriers as well. But nothing significant leading receiver is us. Also trust in Oliver two catches for about three yards as well. Four found fort Carson. They really got going offense. By their sophomore running back Q Jones thirteen carries one hundred and one yards. He has a long of twenty yards. He has a six yard touchdown run in that second quarter passing Isaac Robinson. You can't start any better. First offensive play for the the fountain fort Carson was a seventy three yard touchdown pass. That went to Kobe harden Kobe heart and came into the game now with one reception at all year, he has a seventy three yard touchdown pass to start the scoring four touchdowns catch I should say for the fountain fort Carson Trojans to start this the scoring Isaac Robinson's done well on the ground as well. Not just through the air. He has to Russia's for twenty five yards or playing that that kind of deception game Isaac Robinson acute Jones. They're really working well in the backfield for the Trojans. So those are your first half stats if you're found four Carson, I wouldn't imagine that you're going to keep the ball away from q Jones in the second half. And if you're legend you're going to keep getting the ball to Blake row row. He's been finding some. Offensive rhythm. When he gets the gets gets the carries. So that is the story numbers wise from the first half when we come back. I'll run down some of these scores from other teams here in southern Colorado. Of course, a league rival of both of these teams was in action last night that is Dorothy. So when we come back, I'll give you some of those scores may be peaking at the CU buffs in the Colorado Rockies as well. That's next here on Xtra sports. With your Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, I'm Vivian Williams for centuries therapies like acupuncture and massage therapy, evident important part of eastern medicine, but acceptance of complementary and alternative medicine has been slower in the west think what we've been very strategic about is making sure it stays evidence based Dr Brent Bauer says treatments can also include meditation dietary supplements and nutrition or aromatherapy, so why the name integrative medicine integrate the best of conventional medicine with the best of evidence based or evidence proven Cam therapies, so for example, if I have high triglycerides, I'm going to do my diet, but I might take some fish oil right along with that integrate. The best of both of those broaches. Dr Bauer says for patients with conditions that conventional medicine doesn't always treat effectively fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome, irritable, bowel syndrome, chronic headaches, alternative therapies may offer some relief for more information talk with your doctor or visit mayoclinic dot ORG. I'm Vivian Williams. I'm telling you as the mother of two young children..
"trojans" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"All the Elvis bid is still going on to see, you know, black, Elvis, yeah. I thought this is Chuck Berry. Where at least Mackel if you also thought fats, Domino's fats, domino, excuse me, was Chuck Berry. Congratulations to our LA sparks. Yeah, they want. Yes, we're gonna start off on a high note because the rest of the show is about are losing teams. Yeah. So let's not up high. The Trojans win the Rams win, beat the Trojans. Yeah, but you said Rams hasn't played, but you said they play priests one team. That's his one thing that's losing right now. All right. Let's do to dodgers. Let's get to it. You want to get through it again. This is go ahead. You guys won't let me stay happy about the sparks. I do like I will say this. I do love. The one thing I love about the WNBA is the single elimination. I think I think that's actually pretty interesting and we eliminated the defending champions. Yeah, it's a rival rivalry. Sparks. I've actually gotten into the rival because of you as the last three years. They face each other in the in the playoffs Raj. Why are you anti women? What happened over there? Raji now you want me to sit here and spend the rest of the show talking about the dodgers in their woes. So let me let me just joining us my Chesler with thirty seconds in. That's fine. Troy off my chest, Joe. Congratulations to the sparks from moving on. No, you can't congratulate the ladies. Finnish. Okay. That's true. Actually go here is the stat that sticks out the most thus far in the dodgers handler market went twenty. In the dodgers cars back game wrestling. They have stranded. Twenty five runners. In the last. We can get an Uber for them. I knew they were gonna lose last night when they left with no outs on second and third in they couldn't bring it on, couldn't get nothing. Nothing. They go nothing. Yeah, manufacturing runs. Yeah, nothing. Proponent of manufacturing runs. He says, you need to do good bunting moved by over and you're pooh-poohed it. Wait a second. Do you can't just sit and wait on the three, homerun, three run home, run all dating. You'll even everyone obeys moved these guys over a body opposite, where do some good bunny you don't even believe in that. What are you talking about you actually like I actually like manufacturing runs, I do. I just don't know. They should always wait on a three run home run autograph. Builds do it because in nineteen the last time that happened was in nineteen sixty two. There were no. Say that. Reference, you go all the way back to that and they tell, you know, OPR PR a there's no, there's no such thing as OPR. Look the car dodger me last night. The dodgers have stranded twenty-five renaissance. George said he just did in as I. As I, as I said, as George said, he didn't use as listen. He did George said twenty five runners in the first two games of this series, which is ridiculous. Machado who. Hit a home run, basically? Yes, yes, single out of the park by SIL and literally by itself, not just basically just literally literally part. Says, eventually things will turn around well winner. They're gonna turn around because right now and they're not turning the corner still plenty of time. I don't think anyone is going to hold us back while you're holding yourself back. So that's pretty much where the dodgers are they had they use about nine pitches. I did not know yesterday for whatever reason you'll, here's Dave Roberts after the game, you know, people were asking him about the offense and the runners that were stranded and whatnot, and Dave sticks to the process as he should just kind of going through something right now. Offense. We get a gun the ropes..
"trojans" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"We can print with a siren and maybe one of those emojis of a finger pointing straight up. Yeah. So we have dude alert this guy. Okay. How many group of five teams do you think in threaten the status quo? Like UCF did last year if any? One or two. That's what I say. Probably Boise state and the Troy Trojans. Baby Trojans Kano Boise state can't boy state has Oklahoma state so they can make that that big impact early on. If they're able to beat the Cowboys. FA you could be interesting. They've got an early game against Oklahoma. Yup, I use a good San Diego State has Stanford, yeah, while on the west coast and the mountain, west Pac, twelve matchup is not going to create as much buzz beating Stanford again, two years in a row, San Diego State beating Stanford if there to to run the table this year that I think is is cause for concern. If you are a power, five person intent on keeping attention for a group of five schools down and by the way, Josh Hernandez road into ask about the best power, five versus group of five games. I think we sort answer that question killing two week. One has has a great one while has couple. You said FAU Oklahoma, I. I don't know if I should go out on a limb. I don't even think it's going out on a limb tie. Do I even have the sound ready at this point? I don't know if you do. I'm not locking anything up trapping anything. I'm just telling you I am just if you can picture the eyeball emojis in this non visual, medium. Sure. Northern Illinois Iowa week one. Just as much as I like sailing Iowa. Ooh, could be spicy. Nathan wants to know and I don't. He doesn't specify year here. So I think we can talk big picture will Paul Chryst lead Wisconsin to a national title. Well, the very binary answer with a lot of variables. What do you? What is your gut say, tie take take plate may. Sure. Yeah. I think that Paul Chryst is going to be there for a while. So unlike some other situations that might be a little bit more prone to coaching turnover, I think Wisconsin is somewhat immune to that because Paul Chryst probably Saint put somebody virtue of that and also them recruiting very well. I'm gonna say over the course of his career, the answer is yes. Hell, yeah, the answer is yes over the course of his career I am going to. Yeah, and this is why, and I think you're right, but I think it needs to be thought of like this. There are going to be years. Nick savings not going to be in Tuscaloosa forever. Dabbles not going to be in Clemson forever. There are going to be year-over-year changes that are unexpected, and they're going to be years where all of the perceived blue chip elite teams that are not Wisconsin all beat each other up, lose two or three times, and the one loss team is not a team that has a demonstrable talent advantage. Over Wisconsin, and I'm not going to directly compare it to the the Cam Newton Auburn team. But in a way that Auburn team did not have a good defense head Nick fairly, but in terms of how productive they were, they relied on a single entity on offense. Really good coaching, which I think Wisconsin will continue to develop even if they lose guys. They have already started losing guys a little bit. There is something about Wisconsin, just positioning itself to be there. We are going to be eleven one. We're gonna win. The big ten people are falling around the wayside. We are positioned to be the sort of solid ship in the storm. Okay. And so I'm going to say with how well Wisconsin does keeping players, they're developing them how deep they become because of that with the lack of player. Attrition. If they can develop a couple of playmakers if they keep developing speed in -tracting speed on defense, we saw that as the sort of tiny difference maker against Ohio State last year. Margin by which state won that game was not great. Nope. So it to me points out that Wisconsin is just they are that switch flip away. Ming that national championship contender. Now that we've talked about Wisconsin in since I know that there are more Wisconsin questions out there. I wanna pivot momentarily to a special guest that we're ordering on to answer some questions, but before we do just want to throw this out there hiring used to be hard because you have.
"trojans" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Anyway good to see the guys new york work in their thing that was not a tweet that i was going to read number one is from stephen p x that's why i'm not gonna read it number two though you did see something i didn't say meanwhile trojan nation showing up as you might expect after round jones was in studio this email says dear jim all i can say after that interview is fight on roggio is the man and whatever team lance him is freaking lucky he could go first overall and that team would still be getting a steal more the trojans he goes i overall that's a good day now good day he is one of the top running back prospects question one of the best ever do it at usc paul in in sinoe eight one eight for life you want to talk about a trojan honk how about this guy usc guys romi best interviews there are you may just want to go all trojan radio to elevate the overall level of the show i will let you book my daughter is soon as she commits usc also sign homey in newport beach one more banana slugs abraham with all due respect there are lots of trojans that probably would get interviewed before one of your own it's cool though it's some point he's right about one thing though trojan interviews are always good i've done this for twenty plus years for whatever reason ucf athletes always show up in a big way on the program i think part of it is they get wraps they're used to media access they're used to doing it during the process and i think that they recruit a certain caliber athlete a certain caliber of student athlete for whatever reason i've interviewed dozens if not hundreds of usc athletes over the past couple of decades and inevitably they always show up the right way they always do a good interview and that was no different last chance you.
"trojans" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"The demon deacons that's their 25th now the only acc team other than the top two that are already planned to go to the actual james your game there's nothing to do to get into it but 73 for though of back there eighty five percent over that six and four demon deacons team will take of the wolf pack hersman high school oregon wolf cooks cool all right we'll talk about josh rosen the junior junior from ucla they take on the trillions of u s c who have had a bye week all season long the trojans are now to twenty seven percent picking the trojans win this game tim darnell i will take a new usc all right in the last one air force foreign six watch out taken on the 25th ranked boise state broncos mountain west team family in the top 25 right now they're picked to be air force 95 percent boone with those broncos in the battlefield i took colorado state last week against them ing made me look bad they let him back in the game when they had boys down boise this time i'll take boise all right one one game a fog the michigan game it's riverview they're taken on affirming ten hills harrison you guys got to correct last week as person beat lindan 24 21 taking this game a week wait at rochester high school at noon on the eight t h will be a saturday so be played tomorrow who you taken hearse school said was riverview riverview i'm taking riverview brock's going down object plugged in rat ngos road up ticket brock's kid i hope with kids ask you to more interceptions brock's going home yeah riverview was a favor our favorite oh i wanted to throw afghan harrison has not been a favorite in any of the three games against warned fitzgerald wherein warren who needs tower and then lindan yet last week uh they're only have seventy four playoff points riverview at eighty four so they'll and then our final more pick i'm of the.
"trojans" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Design there i don't know but bowling green kentucky is game where will be played who has taken out of the hours or the hilltop irs i like western kentucky with the kentucky eight the same western kentucky that we use that we use to watch right joe coach mike sanford mike's sanford same from the sun a big i would take the hilltop irs i'll go with a you in that one all right next one george attack taken on clemson in clamps in it is foreign to george attack 61 clemson 97 percent taking clemson will you as well were is your hopes quarterback plant kelly brag got to be healthy man his ankle really blew out almost abuse in that blew out of the loan now daly guy the guy body slam they had a week argument georgia tech to ramble wreck put the triple option how you pick and clips detect vince yago with to do but i'll be definitely paying attention now and markets pick that up upset i got i got clinton because their home a quarterback healthy they'll be ready to go are at last one usc there the trojans they're taken on arizona state board the trojans are six into sunday levels are foreign three it's gonna be pointing tempe eighty two percent taking the trojans and they're heisman hopeful i'll take inject plumbers team jake plumber baby jake the snake plumber the clump dog which just lose confidence in u s never have much him they're watered down to solve i'm gonna take you sc one more time jv futures are super brian kelly bibi usc i did see that air is almost daily i haven't you stay out of the desert so what happened the buffalo wild wings bonus data there you state from round phoenix is too high though fighting richer this week nope there they were left off wow but i'll take years understand that went to i'm take a usc did you play against arizona state in the rose bowl idea okay so i thought up apart by do john cooper on the boards.
"trojans" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Is the quarterback of the usc trojans sam donald now it was a devastating friday night in pullman washington as the trojans fell to number sixteen washington state it really changes the course of the season the at san had a rough 90s fifteen of twenty nine 167 two touchdowns both of those were on the ground by the way in one interception there were a ton of injury problems but we'll talk to stand at ta talk to stay talked to us sam about where is worse head is how he's feeling preparations for the oregon state game on saturday and frankly just what happened friday night that's all coming up next all right you know i live and die with the us c trojans friday night was a very very difficult night as usc fell at washington state and joining us now is the quarterback of the ufc trojan sam darnell taste sam how are you man i'm good guys thanks for having me on absolutely thanks for coming on so i'm sure it's much easier to come on after a win than it is after after coming up with a loss tell me your tell me in your words what what happened friday night for for you in that game yeah so i mean crazy atmosphere first of all um credit to the washington fan they always put together great crowd and then obviously washington they retain uh defensively we knew what they're gonna do uh and you know they they bra all the twit games in the plant on a dui annan played play the same covered behind a behind that and uh.
"trojans" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"You might have said bob myers i just can't believe people don't know oracle of omaha at this point i'm going to put out a pole at camp brothers he does it what is it is war do you know warren buffett as the oracle of omaha okay i'm gonna put that are right now i most people who owns virgin airlines that one all right i wanna i was the alltime great clue element that was wounds virgin airlines warren buffett it's good clue khan of next riot abraham is going to join us will check in on the ufc trojans getting ready for their first game of the year on saturday that'll be against western michigan by the way tomorrow at what time 1230 1230 head coach of the usc trojans clay will join us mason ireland your home for you scc football during this year's national championship run mason ireland espn away i it is tuesday which means usually go to my uh my regular us sc football page and i find out exactly how long it is until the trojans actually kickoff against western michigan joining us right now from u s e football dot com is ryan abraham ryan howery man who corner with our marielouise twenty one hours forty one minutes and fifty seconds very excited how you doing man yeah no prettier in her car along off home but when you over and bowl where move obama hamper really five info the impatient boothby who have been growing and growing for the fact that partly here pretty cool know this year uh the expectations i don't think have been this high for a team since the year that met barkley announced that he was coming back um you know sam darnell just electrified everybody this past season with the way he played in the rose bowl was spectacular how do you think this this team and and klay hilton and sam donald uh are going to handle expectations the sign.