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We Need to Read What the Bad Guys Say

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:27 min | 3 months ago

We Need to Read What the Bad Guys Say

"Paul how significant this is another thing, so you know me. I have this background from Central Europe because of my parents, but I spent the last 20 years in the national security realm dealing with counter terrorism and what I did was I studied the bad guys Al-Qaeda ISIS. I read what they wrote and shockingly because nobody in the U.S. government actually read it. I taught that to our operators, our green berets, intelligence, analysts and the FBI. What does it say about strategic culture that people didn't even pay attention to the speech that Putin gave a week before the invasion, this pseudo history verbal diarrhea where he said, well, you know, Ukraine never been an independent country. It's Russian. It's always been Russian before the duchy of muscovy, the Vikings landed there who became the modern Rus people. Because that tells you what he's going to do and that tells you he's going to take the whole country. Why you are the guy who's written the books, especially dupes and now the devil and Karl Marx. It's not rocket science. It's not brain surgery. We need to read what the bad guys say, don't we? Yeah, we do. And in fact, somebody that I wrote a lot of books about Ronald Reagan, Ronald Reagan all the time actually red marks actually red Lennon actually. And this is funny because Reagan, of course, was portrayed by the left as an idiot, as somebody who didn't read. And Reagan would say all the time, he would protest, well, you know, I'm only quoting their own documents, which I've actually read. And I reminded right now, said quite a bit during this period about Reagan and the 1980s trying to block the construction of the Soviet Siberian gas pipeline. And there were two strands of it. One of the strands he tried to delay the construction of and the second one he tried to block the construction of altogether. And this was something that even Margaret Thatcher wasn't with him on. I mean, this is now declassified. We actually sabotaged the software and the electronics for that pipeline. That's exactly right. Yeah, sorry about the shameless plug. I wrote about this in my book, the crusader. And we sabotage it. It was an explosion that you can see from space.

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Why Has Russia Set Their Sights on Kyiv? Konstantin Kisin Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 3 months ago

Why Has Russia Set Their Sights on Kyiv? Konstantin Kisin Explains

"Let's start with trying to cast away illusions as to what's going on. I've heard from those who have connections to the region that it's not obvious. Not all ethnic Russians in Ukraine are pro Vlad and not all ethnic Ukrainians are ready to grab an AK and shoot Russians. It's more complicated than that. Will you explain why Ukraine? Why the mythos of rodina of the motherland of rouge people is so intimately tied with Kyiv. This isn't just stopping EU and NATO membership for zelensky. This is a deeply historically and the nation itself has deep propaganda value for the Kremlin does it not. Well, the history of Russia of the modern Russian state originally dates back to the 9th century when a bunch of Vikings came over and they started essentially a trading post or a colony in what now since then has become Kyiv. And that is where the entire history of that part of the world originates from. And since then there have been various historic shapes, shape shifting and changes and borders and all sorts of things. And Ukraine has always been a piece that has been disputed by a bunch of local empires, whether that was the Russian Empire, whether it was the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, where there was Poland, all of these nations had had an influence in that region. And Ukraine had always been fought over by the different sides. But of course, there are other things and one of the reasons I was able to predict that the invasion would happen that it wouldn't be limited to the two breakaway so called breakaway regions in the east was because Vladimir Putin told us exactly how he sees it and I encourage all of your viewers and listeners to go and find a good translation of the speech he gave on the eve of the invasion. Because in it, he lays out exactly his vision and his vision is very simple. He believes that at some point during the existence of the Soviet Union, weak leaders like Vladimir Lenin and Nikita Khrushchev and others made a series of weak decisions that split the Russian people that split off a piece of the Russian nation and glued it together as he says with portions of what used to be Poland and Hungary in the

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Gu captures gold...who's to blame?

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 3 months ago

Gu captures gold...who's to blame?

"AP sports time check Freeman the last night of NBA action before the all star break and the Miami Heat had a satisfying first half the share of Eastern Conference lead with the Chicago Bulls after he went to double overtime to beat Charlotte one eleven one oh seven Kyle Lowry scored twelve of his twenty five in O. T. a huge performance from Joe well MBT he had for forty two the Sixers blew a fifteen point lead or group to win at Milwaukee one twenty three one twenty look at dungeon sporting forty nine in Dallas is one twenty five one eighteen win over New Orleans American born Eileen Group One gold in the women's ski halfpipe representing China gu has won three medals at the winter Olympics in the NHL Toronto goalie Jack Campbell stopped forty five shots and the Leafs beat Pittsburgh forty one college basketball third ranked Arizona pulled away in the second half the top Oregon state eighty three sixty nine college football coach Jim Harbaugh shortly after chatting with the Minnesota Vikings about their head coaching opening agreed to a five year extension with the university of Michigan Chuck Friedman AP sports

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 Packers rout Vikings 37-10 in cold to take NFC's No. 1 seed

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Packers rout Vikings 37-10 in cold to take NFC's No. 1 seed

"On on a a chilly chilly Sunday Sunday night night at at Lambeau Lambeau field field in in Green Green Bay Bay Packers Packers rout rout of of the the Vikings Vikings thirty thirty seven seven ten ten eliminating eliminating Minnesota Minnesota from from the the playoffs playoffs and and securing securing the the number number one one seed seed for for the the second second straight straight year year Aaron Aaron Rodgers Rodgers passed passed for for two two touchdowns touchdowns AJ AJ Dillon Dillon ran ran for for two two as as the the Packers Packers will will be be the the top top seed seed in in the the NFC NFC for for the the second second consecutive consecutive year year I I mean mean it it definitely definitely feels feels amazing amazing and and something something we we we we continuously continuously working working toward toward restructuring restructuring towards towards to to get get that that we we know know you you know know how how important important it it is is to to have have teams teams that that they they can can do do a a Lambeau Lambeau Packers Packers are are the the only only team team to to go go undefeated undefeated at at home home this this year year and and metal metal floor floor sets sets an an NFL NFL record record with with his his thirty thirty ninth ninth win win the the most most in in NFL NFL history history dispersed dispersed three three years years on on the the job job mark mark Tenniel's Tenniel's Green Green Bay Bay on on a a chilly chilly Sunday Sunday night night at at Lambeau Lambeau field field in in Green Green Bay Bay Packers Packers rout rout of of the the Vikings Vikings thirty thirty seven seven ten ten eliminating eliminating Minnesota Minnesota from from the the playoffs playoffs and and securing securing the the number number one one seed seed for for the the second second straight straight year year Aaron Aaron Rodgers Rodgers passed passed for for two two touchdowns touchdowns AJ AJ Dillon Dillon ran ran for for two two as as the the Packers Packers will will be be the the top top seed seed in in the the NFC NFC for for the the second second consecutive consecutive year year I I mean mean it it definitely definitely feels feels amazing amazing and and something something we we we we continuously continuously working working toward toward restructuring restructuring towards towards to to get get that that we we know know you you

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Studs and duds from Rams’ 30-23 win over Vikings

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Studs and duds from Rams’ 30-23 win over Vikings

"The the rams rams have have clinched clinched a a playoff playoff berth berth in in taking taking over over first first place place in in the the NFC NFC west west with with the the thirty thirty twenty twenty three three win win over over the the Vikings Vikings Brandon Brandon pal pal returned returned a a punt punt sixty sixty one one yards yards for for a a third third quarter quarter touchdown touchdown that that help help Los Los Angeles Angeles overcome overcome Matthew Matthew Stafford's Stafford's first first three three interception interception game game since since twenty twenty eighteen eighteen budget budget easy easy part part just just caught caught the the ball ball around around on on the the sidelines sidelines of of no no I I give give all all props props to to the the the the ten ten guys guys out out there there blocking blocking phone phone because because they they did did they've they've been been doing doing a a helluva helluva job job ever ever since since I've I've began began to to return return if if a a making making a a blocks blocks ever ever since since I I got got back back there there so so it's it's like like all all I I do do is is the the easy easy part part is is cast cast Barbara Barbara sorry sorry Michelle Michelle rushed rushed for for a a season season I I one one hundred hundred thirty thirty one one yards yards and and a a score score for for the the eleven eleven or or four four rams rams Kirk Kirk cousins cousins passed passed for for three three hundred hundred fifteen fifteen yards yards and and a a touchdown touchdown to to K. K. J. J.

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Coordinator Frazier provides Bills calm, reassuring presence

AP News Radio

03:02 min | 5 months ago

Coordinator Frazier provides Bills calm, reassuring presence

"In in early early June June twenty twenty twenty twenty America America it it was was on on fire fire facing facing a a reckoning reckoning on on race race that that erupted erupted with with the the police police killing killing of of George George Floyd Floyd in in Minneapolis Minneapolis every every corner corner of of the the nation nation was was impacted impacted including including western western New New York York with with the the Buffalo Buffalo Bills Bills were were preparing preparing for for the the twenty twenty twenty twenty NFL NFL season season wanting wanting to to give give the the events events sweeping sweeping across across the the nation nation some some perspective perspective for for his his players players bills bills head head coach coach Sean Sean McDermott McDermott turns turns to to his his most most trusted trusted lieutenant lieutenant defensive defensive coordinator coordinator Leslie Leslie Frazier Frazier you you know know he he said said you you know know what what I've I've got got some some guys guys on on my my staff staff who who have have experienced experienced some some of of this this they they have have a a different different shade shade of of color color do do not not do do and and I'm I'm gonna gonna have have to to talk talk to to our our players players and and I I think think it it was was a a really really positive positive move move on on his his part part the the now now sixty sixty two two year year old old Frazier Frazier spoke spoke from from the the heart heart drawing drawing on on a a lifetime lifetime of of experiences experiences that that includes includes having having to to switch switch schools schools when when he he was was eleven eleven years years old old during during desegregation desegregation in in Mississippi Mississippi sure sure lot lot of of you you know know a a lot lot lot lot worse worse in in animosity animosity last last lot lot of of stuff stuff you're you're tending tending and and playing playing quarterback quarterback at at Alcorn Alcorn state state and and H. 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C. use use school school in in Lorman Lorman Mississippi Mississippi Frazier Frazier went went undrafted undrafted in in nineteen nineteen eighty eighty one one he he signed signed with with the the Chicago Chicago Bears Bears and and led led the the vaunted vaunted eighty eighty five five bears bears with with six six interceptions interceptions as as Chicago Chicago rolled rolled to to victory victory in in Super Super Bowl Bowl twenty twenty behind behind arguably arguably the the greatest greatest defense defense in in NFL NFL history history led led by by the the legendary legendary buddy buddy Ryan Ryan a a long long time time you you just just exerted exerted out out number number twenty twenty one one for for a a long long time time but but I I made made a a few few plays plays an an advocate advocate Leslie Leslie Frazier Frazier Frazier's Frazier's NFL NFL playing playing career career was was cut cut short short ironically ironically in in the the biggest biggest game game of of his his life life he he suffered suffered a a knee knee injury injury returning returning a a punt punt in in Super Super Bowl Bowl twenty twenty he he never never played played again again Frazier's Frazier's NFL NFL coaching coaching career career has has included included seven seven stops stops in in twenty twenty three three seasons seasons unlike unlike most most black black coaches coaches in in the the NFL NFL Frazier Frazier has has had had a a shot shot at at the the top top job job having having served served as as head head coach coach of of the the Minnesota Minnesota Vikings Vikings from from twenty twenty ten ten to to twenty twenty thirteen thirteen two two thousand thousand thirteen thirteen with with my my youth youth last last year year Minnesota Minnesota now now is is two two thousand thousand twenty twenty one one a a lot lot has has transpired transpired in in that that in in between between time time but but unlike unlike so so many many white white counterparts counterparts who've who've been been given given second second chances chances as as an an NFL NFL head head coach coach Frazier Frazier has has not not he he was was in in the the running running to to become become head head coach coach of of the the Houston Houston Texans Texans last last offseason offseason but but he he didn't didn't get get the the job job when when the the bills bills blanked blanked Houston Houston forty forty to to nothing nothing in in week week four four the the buffalo buffalo defense defense dedicated dedicated the the game game to to Frazier Frazier bill bill safety safety mica mica hide hide that that any any organization organization but but it it happened happened that's that's my my opinion opinion so so for for him him to to get get a a job job is is open open to to the the freezer freezer is is unfailingly unfailingly positive positive in in his his outlook outlook on on football football and and on on race race hi hi my my grandmother grandmother who who really really love love man man just just just just just just about about that that that that will will conquer conquer all all that's that's what what helped helped me me raise raise your your also also knows knows the the reality reality of of being being black black in in America America addressing addressing the the bills bills players players in in June June twenty twenty twenty twenty Frazier Frazier told told the the team team while while he he was was with with the the bears bears he he was was once once stopped stopped and and questioned questioned by by police police over over his his presence presence at at a a suburban suburban Chicago Chicago shopping shopping mall mall then then he he was was recognized recognized and and allowed allowed to to go go on on his his way way hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi up up

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Cousins throws for 2 touchdowns as Vikings beat Bears 17-9

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Cousins throws for 2 touchdowns as Vikings beat Bears 17-9

"Kirk Kirk cousins cousins passed passed for for two two touchdowns touchdowns in in the the Vikings Vikings even even their their record record at at seven seven at at seven seven with with at at seventeen seventeen nine nine victory victory over over the the bears bears the the two two time time pro pro bowler bowler connected connected with with Justin Justin Jefferson Jefferson for for a a twelve twelve yard yard touchdown touchdown in in the the first first quarter quarter and and through through a a seven seven yarder yarder to to Amir Amir Smith Smith Mar Mar said said in in the the third third however however cousins cousins passed passed for for just just eighty eighty seven seven yards yards was was picked picked off off once once and and sacked sacked four four times times Dalvin Dalvin cook cook ran ran for for eighty eighty nine nine yards yards DJ DJ wanna wanna had had three three sacks sacks in in the the Vikings Vikings recovered recovered three three fumbles fumbles Justin Justin fields fields threw threw a a touchdown touchdown pass pass to to Jasper Jasper Horst Horst said said on on the the final final play play the the bears bears are are foreign foreign ten ten I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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Vikings beat Steelers 36-28, deny last-play pass in end zone

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Vikings beat Steelers 36-28, deny last-play pass in end zone

"Minnesota Minnesota nearly nearly blew blew a a big big lead lead but but hung hung on on for for a a thirty thirty six six twenty twenty eight eight victory victory over over the the Steelers Steelers Dalvin Dalvin cook cook led led the the way way rushing rushing for for two two hundred hundred five five yards yards and and two two touchdowns touchdowns down down twenty twenty nine nine nothing nothing in in the the third third quarter quarter Ben Ben Roethlisberger Roethlisberger threw threw three three touchdown touchdown passes passes to to pull pull Pittsburgh Pittsburgh to to within within thirty thirty six six twenty twenty eight eight with with four four minutes minutes to to go go Estela Estela bid bid to to tie tie the the game game concluded concluded with with an an incomplete incomplete pass pass in in the the end end zone zone on on the the game's game's final final play play with with the the win win the the Vikes Vikes moved moved to to six six and and seven seven well well Pittsburgh Pittsburgh balls balls two two six six six six and and one one I'm I'm Bruce Bruce Morton Morton

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Winless no more: Lions top Vikes 29-27 for 1st W in Week 13

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 6 months ago

Winless no more: Lions top Vikes 29-27 for 1st W in Week 13

"Jared Jared Goff Goff it's it's Amon Amon ra ra St St brown brown and and I'm I'm eleven eleven yard yard score score as as time time expires expires to to let let the the lions lions past past the the Vikings Vikings twenty twenty nine nine twenty twenty seven seven after after taking taking a a fourteen fourteen point point lead lead into into the the half half the the lions lions found found themselves themselves trailing trailing by by four four when when Kirk Kirk cousins cousins said said Justin Justin Jefferson Jefferson on on a a three three yard yard touchdown touchdown toss toss with with a a minute minute fifty fifty to to go go but but don't don't time time outs outs Goff Goff led led the the lines lines on on a a fourteen fourteen play play seventy seventy five five yard yard drive drive capped capped by by the the game game winning winning touchdown touchdown the the same same brown brown the the lions lions fourth fourth round round selection selection in in this this year's year's draft draft Goff Goff becomes becomes the the first first quarterback quarterback not not named named Matthew Matthew Stafford Stafford to to win win a a game game for for the the lions lions since since week week sixteen sixteen of of the the twenty twenty ten ten season season the the Vikings Vikings fall fall the the five five and and seven seven Denny Denny captain captain Troy Troy

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49ers beat Vikings 34-26 for 3rd straight win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

49ers beat Vikings 34-26 for 3rd straight win

"In a matchup of two teams fighting for wild card spots the forty Niners defeated the Vikings thirty four to twenty six it was the third straight win for San Francisco which improved to six and five and R. sixty in the NFC Jimmy Garoppolo's seventeen of twenty six for two hundred thirty yards a touchdown and an interception rookie Elijah Mitchell ran for a hundred thirty three yards and a score meanwhile the Vikings are now in seventh place in the loss Kirk cousins was twenty of thirty two for two hundred and thirty eight yards two touchdown passes to Adam Phelan an interception Riley on Santa Clara

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Vikings outlast Rodgers, Packers 34-31 on game-ending FG

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 6 months ago

Vikings outlast Rodgers, Packers 34-31 on game-ending FG

"Greg Joseph hit a walk off twenty nine yard field goal as the Vikings slid past the Packers thirty four thirty one Justin Jefferson made eight catches for a hundred sixty nine yards and a pair of scores in the victory very wildly Gladys team you know came through in the clutch and then the game finishing the game awesome great got to keep that's Justin Jefferson quarterback Kirk cousins threw for three hundred and forty one yards and three touchdowns in the win Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers threw for three hundred and eighty five yards including a seventy five yard strike that comes in to await left on the clock that tied the game at thirty one but in the end the Vikings pull ahead at the buzzer Kevin foremost Minneapolis

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Judge Sentences U.S. Capitol Rioter 'QAnon Shaman' to Over Three Years in Prison

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 6 months ago

Judge Sentences U.S. Capitol Rioter 'QAnon Shaman' to Over Three Years in Prison

"I can not get this story out of my head. When I heard last night that the guy that the prosecutors called the public face of the capitol riot. He's the guy known as the QAnon shaman. The guy walking around with the big stupid Viking hat with fur and horns and he carried an American flag on a spear and he kind of roamed around the chamber like making noises and grunts like the guy was stoned or something. The prosecutors never allegedly engaged in any kind of violence. He didn't fight with any police officers. He didn't assault anybody didn't break any Windows. He didn't. He just walked around. He was guilty of clearly guilty of trespassing in the U.S. capitol. Now, what are you supposed to shunt and should be when you're convicted of they had him dead to rights, he's all over TV, you see him walking around the halls. 41 months. 43 and a half years next to hardened criminals in a federal penitentiary. 41 months for tresh passing. Because the government decided to make an example out of this

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The Truth About the Abortion Pill With Dr. William Lile

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:17 min | 6 months ago

The Truth About the Abortion Pill With Dr. William Lile

"Folks, I'm talking to doctor Lyle. You remember I wrote a veggie tale episode lyla kindly Viking. I only wrote half of it. But doctor Lyle spells his name differently. It's L ile. He is the head of pro life Doc dot org and we're having a really important conversation. You were just saying doctor Lyle, you were just saying that if somebody makes a bad decision, we have medical options to help them. And you're saying that there are women who, in a moment of panic, they have easy access to an abortive patient, I guess. Is that what it's called? Sure. I mean, and first we have to define things. Words matter. Let's talk about the morning after pill which is indicated for 72 hours after somebody has had intercourse, which is wrong, but let's talk about the abortion pill, which is indicated for up to 70 days after the first day of the night. See, I didn't know this. It's one of the reasons I wanted you on because a lot of this stuff gets so what is the first one called the morning after pill? Morning after pill. Okay. So somebody has sex. I'm gonna go whoops, maybe I got pregnant, let's take care of it and they take a pill. But the other pill and what does this other pill called? It's called a mip of stone, also known as RU four 86. Okay. How do you remember that number? Did you ever work in a restaurant? Yeah. All right. So when the Shep says, hey, 86 the meatloaf. What does that mean? It means kill the meatball kill it, meatloaf. Are you forbidding? Are you four 86? They didn't plan that, did they? They didn't. But that's planning. Are you four 86? So you have been pro killing. Okay, so the RU four 86 pill. You said it's up to 70 days after conception. After the first day of the last menstrual period. So that would be ten weeks gestation. Most of the ultrasounds for our new OB patients where we can see the baby moving, heartbeat, listen to the heartbeat. Are usually between 6 and 8, 8 weeks along. This pill has 98% chance of killing a baby up to ten weeks

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Cousins throws 2 TDs, Vikings bounce back to beat Chargers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 6 months ago

Cousins throws 2 TDs, Vikings bounce back to beat Chargers

"The Vikings came away with a twenty seven twenty win over the Chargers as Kirk cousins threw a pair of touchdown passes to Tyler Conklin who like the wide open offense conditions if there's an office want to come out and be aggressive that's a big thing for us this week as you know being aggressive and not just being aggressive the staying aggressive I think we did a good job doing that today cousins completed twenty five of thirty seven for two hundred ninety four yards Dalvin cook rushed for ninety four yards in helping the foreign five bikes and a two game skid Justin Jefferson had nine receptions for one hundred forty three yards from Minnesota which had five players on the call the nineteen list Justin Herbert was twenty of thirty four for one hundred ninety five yards with a touchdown and an interception for the five and four Chargers who have dropped three of their last four I'm Dave Ferrie

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Anaheim Ducks general manager resigns, enters alcohol abuse program

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Anaheim Ducks general manager resigns, enters alcohol abuse program

"Anthony Edwards for their sixth straight win another NHL teams had to replace its long time general manager because of off ice issues Bob Murray resigned as GM of the Anaheim ducks after thirteen years in that role and one day after he was placed on administrative leave amid an investigation into his workplace conduct Marie plans to enter a treatment program for alcohol abuse Jeff Solomon will be the interim GM in the NFL Carolina Panthers quarterback Sam Darnold will miss at least four weeks with a right shoulder injury P. J. Walker will start in this place Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin cook will practice and play with the team while the NFL investigates a civil lawsuit filed against them by a former girlfriend I'm

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Tucker's overtime kick gives Ravens 34-31 win over Vikings

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Tucker's overtime kick gives Ravens 34-31 win over Vikings

"Justin Tucker's thirty six yard field goal with nineteen seconds left in overtime gave the ravens a thirty four thirty one win over the Vikings to move to six and two on the year the ravens rally from fourteen points down and took the lead when living on bill scored from a yard out what Kirk cousins hit Adam Phelan with a one yard scoring pass to tie the game Lamar Jackson threw for two hundred sixty six yards and three scores it's the third time this year he has come from double digit deficits to win a game I rather not be facing bomb but I think that we we fight as you know we we believe in each other you know we got for you know we were just talking about that enough you got to keep going hopefully will be no more overtime games cousins threw two touchdown passes but the Vikings fall to three and five Craig heist Baltimore

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Rush leads Dallas to thrilling win as fill-in for Dak

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Rush leads Dallas to thrilling win as fill-in for Dak

"Backup Cooper rush through for three hundred twenty five yards and a pair of second half touchdowns leading the cowboys to a twenty sixteen win over the Vikings rush's final scoring toss was a five yarder to Amari Cooper with fifty one seconds left rush was pressed into service when dak Prescott was shelf just before game time with a strained right calf muscle makes my job easy when you look out there anyway because he's gonna win you know he went on that route and just cut it loose and he's there those guys up front did a heck of a job obviously ran the ball really well the first half Cooper had eight

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Cousins throws TD pass in OT; Vikings beat Panthers 34-28

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 7 months ago

Cousins throws TD pass in OT; Vikings beat Panthers 34-28

"The Vikings pulled out of thirty four twenty eight win over the Panthers on Kirk cousins twenty seven yard scoring strike to K. J. Osborne on the first possession of overtime cousins threw for three hundred seventy three yards and three touchdowns against the league's top ranked pass defense it's not the way you want to win every week you know you want to do when a little cleaner but our the way our team found a way and I thought our defense did a tremendous job all game long Adam Thielen finished with eleven receptions for one hundred twenty six yards and a touchdown for Minnesota which reached the end zone three times after intermission after failing to score a second half TD in his previous four games Sam Darnold finished just seventeen of forty seven for two hundred seven yards and one touchdown with two turnovers I'm the ferry

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"vikings" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"vikings" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"And that was lamar jackson who tested positive for cove in nineteen for the second time and when john harbaugh talked about him returning to the team he said you know he experienced symptoms real symptoms and in in the case of a player who had contracted cove nineteen. He was now away from his club for an extended period of time. Now it was not during the season but it was during valuable. Preseason time where he was not working with any of his receivers and of course then they had a couple that went on to get hurt with soft tissue injuries. So i look at the ravens offense in that situation. I go well. They really haven't had a chance to get in sync with all of their main offense because they haven't all been together. Let's leave it there. Let's move forward from kirk cousins and a quarterback spot at the vikings to alvin. Cook before we move off of kirk cousins is going to talk about the offense general and ask you a question okay. What do you think the. Vikings defense is like this year. Because yeah because i would say just in general that i think a lot of the fact. That kirk cousins finishes qb eleven and justin jefferson and adam peel had the kind of seasons. They did again not taking away their talent. But i think that in mike zimmer ideal world it they are not throwing nearly as much as they are. They aren't as many shootouts as they are. They aren't as they aren't down as much as they were in march of last year. Much more conservative ball control offense and so we think adam phelan justin jefferson or super talented. Of course we do. Data cooks gonna is my number two running back no matter what but i do think that. If the defense is a normal mike zimmer defense and not what they had last year. I do think it changes the fantasy outlook of jefferson and feeling. I'm glad you asked it. Because i went back and looked okay. Incur cousins has moved. The vikings for three seasons sir and his numbers have been relatively close. Year-over-year the passing offense has been relatively efficient year over year. He's always a very accurate quarterback whether that's because of the throws it is making or as natural accuracy. This offense has been kind of comparable for three straight seasons even though the defense last year cratered relative to where it was previous seasons. So it's not as much concerning to me especially for those two wide receivers. Where i'm going to fall back on the talent right. Feeling one of the great touchdown makers in the nfl and just jefferson. I think we all believe a true superstar. Cook thursday call. That's something to look up do a favor. I'm gonna ask thirsty. Callo look this up. Just how. Many games in which the vikings were trailing last year and you know by more than seven points how many like last year and where the numbers would have been much better than where they were in previous years. And i was surprised. That kirk cousins passing yardage was not i think it was right below or right above internal eighteen but i would have thought five hundred yards difference six or seven extra touchdowns. I was surprised by it but anyway but there was also a season there would dow dobbin cook. Missed some time right. I mean so they probably had to throw more. And i also think by i mean like listen stuff on digs and we now we now certainly know what kind of talent stuff on digs is stefan digs has top three fancy wide receiver in the nfl. Ability stefan digs never had the kind of season. Justin jefferson did last year with the vikings. I'm i'm just saying. I do think that if it is If if it's a better defense. I think you can lower the expectations of the vikings often slightly. Okay kyle has it real quick. And then we'll wrap this up dalvand cacao. What's the answer about. Matthew's seven point deficit question. Vikings ranked thirteenth in number of offense it snaps when trailing by at least seven points less. So that's i think average but more middle. There's all right to that had the same instinct. So i think it might be more stabilize than we. Maybe our mind logically would lead us to think all right. We're gonna come back and talk about davin cook star in his own right.

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"vikings" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

07:03 min | 10 months ago

"vikings" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"Right we do head to the nfc. North got babies undermined the graphic to show brady at quarterback for the vikings. I don't think that's really amazing. Breaking news more. Ready to the vikings spiking. Let's start with minnesota. Vikings and the minnesota vikings coming off a very very disappointing seven and nine season. However it was not because the offense the offense is actually pretty pretty good so matter of fact they were at a bunch of players that finished at least as close to starters or a surefire starter at their respective positions. Kirk cousin was quarterback kirk cousins quarterback eleven last year over nineteen fifty points per game. Think anyone would guess that nobody no one. He had a very quietly very productive. Fantasy or and no one's aware of interesting though matthew is i was looking back on it. And if he had kirk cousins your quarterback last year. It was fine. There were really weeks weeks especially at the end of the season. He got red hot and seeks in sixteen and seventeen. It wasn't always dominant right. And i feel like because there are some quarterbacks that have a higher chance of upside weekly. There's probably ten or fifteen of those kirk. Cousins is not being discussed is like a frequent star in fantasy. Are you comfortable if you walk away from your draft and twelve team team league twelve team league fourteen league with kirk cousins your starter where you to patient on quarterback at that point i think you were and the way that it makes sense and this is something that's been brought up on on fantasy twitter as well so i don't wanna take credit for this but and i apologize for who i put this out there but 'cause but i think this is look at what the vikings are doing early schedule wise. So they start at cincinnati at arizona. Like does scare you right but arizona's also good offense Versus seattle in week. Three also middle of the pack roster didn't scare you know then scary at all home versus cleveland cadets. A tough one then week. Five versus detroit week six at carolina. They've bind week seven or you're going home to dallas. It isn't until week nine at baltimore that you really start to get scared of their schedule again. I think cleveland's defense is going to be pretty good. And like i said arizona and seattle are middle of the pack but but positives are both have really good offenses so the point is that we think the vikings are either going to have really good schedule either. Really good defense to play against or they're going to have to keep up because the offense they're playing against is going to score points. And so if you draft a justin fields trae lance and you're waiting for that player to become a starter kirk. Cousins makes kind of a nice gap that you can pair with them and obviously you can get them very late. Yeah you certainly can. And kyle knows that last year in. Only half of his games was kirk cousins. A top twelve quarterbacks. A little bit of a jekyll and hyde season from kirk cousins last year. But it's kind of expect it right. That's why he's ranked quarterback eighteen through twenty two on the espn ranks. Wants to jump in here on kirk cousins and the vikings at large. Well the reason being that. I'm getting asked this a lot on social media. People are talking about. Are you altering any of your strategy for fantasy. Football based on the cova one thousand nine situation with various players. Now we know that the league has as of the other day ninety two percent rate of vaccination amongst players. But they're clearly some players who've chosen not to get the vaccine and they haven't all been identified but some have essentially self identified because we've been instances where they've had to isolate already and they've made their stance pretty clear one of those players being kirk cousins. So i thought this was a good time to just remind people of what some of the differences are the protocols are different in a number of ways for fully vaccinated versus not vaccinated individuals in terms of restrictions around travel at cetera. But i think what's important to note is if there is a high risk close contact Which has a long definition but it has to do with proximity to someone who is kobe. Nineteen positive in the case of a fully vaccinated player. They're not required to isolate even though they would undergo testing to ensure that they have not Also tested positive but for an unvaccinated individual who has a high risk close contact. They're required to be away from the facility. The club the team for five days and they undergo serial testing and if that testing continues to be negative after the fifth day. They can return. But that is the reason that during training camp you saw the minnesota vikings without virtually their entire quarterback room because one of those individuals tested positive. The others were deemed high risk close contact and had to stay away for five days so understand that we will not know necessarily everyone who is or is not vaccinated but for people who we know have opted not to vaccinated at least up until now that is the risk should they be a high risk close contact or ultimately contract cove nineteen. I think it's hard sometimes to talk about this. Without sounding glib cl or crass about it and i don't mean to say that kirk cousins health is any more or less significant than somebody. Like patrick mahomes or josh allen or tom brady who talked about weekly started. But i think that from a strategy perspective. I don't know that. This alters anything specific to kirk cousins for me but speaking generally is there a strategy alteration. If you're aware of a player who has been clear about his intentions to not receive the vaccine. I guess you can use it as a tiebreaker right. I mean you testifying his point like you know there's there's in theory greater risk of that player potentially missing time Or being penalized on some level. And so so. Yes i guess i would use it. Maybe as a tiebreaker sorta depends on the player. Right right depends depends on the player and but the truth is is that it's just a guess i mean we're we're none of us know you don't i mean there's so much that's unknown just in the general world about about about covert about the delta variant about about the vaccine's like it's like and i'm not downing science i'm not by the way i've been vaccinated. I wanna be clear about that. Like you know so I don't want anyone to think that. I'm trying to knock the science or anything like that. But i'm just saying like it's an evolving story it is. It is an evolving story and so to base your fantasy football drafting off of something. You may sort of think is tough because it's just there's just so much known about this story. I guess to ask that question directly. I might use it as a tiebreaker. If a player has been very public about their their intentions to not get the vaccine because potentially they're at higher risk but it's a violent sport and every player is at risk. Every single plus feel can ask a question real quick and as fair to say if it wasn't quarterback eighteen and he was quarterback three it would be a bigger conversation but because sosa homes or alan that i feel people are probably thinking about it. Much more prominently. Because you don't wanna wake up on saturday or sunday morning stefan and find out that your quarterback is dealing with something so just to give you sort of another example that we had that we dealt with during training camp this year..

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"vikings" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on For Your Reference

"In fact so go about. Hit look I it was good. At least the end of it saying iva died. No we see him embrace or give up the always and getting back in heels. Like many didn't have to do something different. He'd reach a crossroad. We saw him. I don't think we saw enough of him. Contemplating religion or questioning. The gods william to switch and mickey sema said. He was always in his mind. Maybe it was just a thing that he thought you know might as well. I've lost my brothers. What can i do now since Unfortunately this'll be the last time when told me about this show. Michael hurt's is working on Vikings vala so we will definitely pick it up from there but that will be one hundred years after the setting the golden age As queen ingrid said in the narration So let's finish off with al general thoughts. General feels in regards to vikings role. And then we'll finish off analysis or a loved eh. I think it's one of the shows. Just because who were given in bits we've talked to extend it as much as possible so that when we started watching it could change the whole thing but then even at binging it felt really side going through the episodes in realizing the all slowly winding down and kept on taking breaks just because all they motions in the fields. It's been such a big part of where we don what we've done as a custom where we started a where we introduced a what i introduced to katy before all vests to stop watching so everything was coming to a close. He was emotional. And it's just one of those shows that if you've reached this point and you watched it give it a go because he can't go wrong with it and albay does some people out there those claim. It's historically inaccurate yet. Tom of history of ataullah. You're here for the think. Part of it is is to have the entertainment value and it brings in ten foals. Oh absolutely so much kevin. Ub oti journeys yeah. I echo everything that i said. It is a wonderful series much better than it's a honda full life and compare this you mate because one is wonderful in one is actually. It's not bad. It's just not a christmas film which we've talked to battle if you want to treat yourself if you want to tend to lies yourself. This is absolutely the series to do it..

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"vikings" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on For Your Reference

"Dollars those of moment for the fans. Oh absolutely it. It's one of the purest things reflecting on the relationship with lag as well as ragnar. Well he chose. He chose to go with lagerfeld's a kid he did. There was many beautiful flashback scenes in the final season and call offensive. As i call it spanking my ass. Yeah but i. I absolutely love lagoda and i love how they treated her story. Aqua so much respect and she deserved so much because we knew there was going to be a wall between the brothers so it was nice to just lay logothetis arrest letter have a moment and then completely full into the mind In rampage fully agreed. I think one of the most disappointing things for me is that i knew probably this was never on the cards one. If for just all the fucking brothers going along and that would be a disservice to the show. Because they're all distinct individual characters except for uber he was a terrible kaban. Culpable now like you said when we covid snowfall. At least i'm consistent in how i felt about the characters when we first recorded Our episode vikings but let's go through The sons of ragnar. And i guess as we're talking about h son in the proximity characters. Let's see what we think sort of traits that they inherited from ragnar. So of course. We're going to start with king blair underwood ironside historians. If this is the early record of vikings tv sure in the future definitely the warriors sort of chops from regna he. He's not and adventuring spirit and the venturing solve adventure spirit from rollo. Who i think might be the dad. Yeah we did talk about ninety rollo. Dadi rollo indeed. We did talk about him. Why did you mention that. I hate that storyline. Just fucking fizzled me. But they did bring him back only for him to be chased away like we don't need you back to six to be a year ago. We saw at least two more role and what he would do with the brothers or at least with beyond. Because you know how close they are he will serve. Viking the likes at points. He felt more viking than ragnar definite expected him to play a bigger pop. It was disappointing. There he came. And i think one of the hospital the angle. Try to play as maybe he was the father unleaded. Step out on riquna which did all right. Well it's not it's all it's all like rumba didn't do it did it. A million when you're out in no way don't think i'm not. Yeah i guess it's just one of those red but unfortunate moments in regards to characters that we wanted to flesh out a little bit more but in regards to be on we have followed baby beyond since the start of this series and to see him grow into the man that he became And the immortalized man and legend that he will continue to live on at least on. tv screens. I think he was dutifully addressed in every way he was he was. I think a lot of the times we had more of a connection. At least for me..

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"vikings" Discussed on For Your Reference

For Your Reference

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on For Your Reference

"Walking back to another week for your reference cost. Ooh it's a sexy substitute. You are t welcome. Welcome friends in lavis. That also means that you have some work that you need to do before you listen to this episode. Vikings is well love and well lauded in the foyer reference. Podcast it is also a second released episode of this podcast in two thousand nineteen So if you really love us make sure you love us before you listened to that episode But we will be covering season six this week. Take the show away. Skull betrayal loving friends and lovers. Welcome back to the forty reference. Podcasts you go. Kt not choose your adventure as we grow set sail and uncover familial betrayal with the sixth and final season of the series. Vikings oud who who is the time to say spoiler spoiler spoiler otherwise valhalla. Vela hala. I grew bead. Just you'll buy bid again friends. I love as we have the covid. The first five seasons of vikings. This is definitely going to be. The law stands all-stars party lounge where we just sit sip on some good old fangs and relive the glorious nece that is this tv series. The foul countdown. It is absolutely the final countdown. And we're going to hold onto this series just like that extra that was trying to fight athol wolf. Many seasons woken friends and lovers. And there's so much more banta In our second episode. If you want to go and check that out. This series is one of if not the best history channel series amazon prime did release a second half of season six. I'm not sure what that means. In regards to earn ship writes Season six was premiered in december of two thousand nine hundred nineteen With the latter half of that season being released december of twenty twenty we have a whole slew of directors. That i just wanna give an amazing accolade ing. Shoutout steve saint leger david franjie. Daniel grew helen shaver. Patty breath neck as well as out ever eternal katheryn. Winnick directing one episode. Who who who we fuck in love with the big sky. We do watch it but this is where we this is where we prefer katheryn winnick and then we also have writer extraordinary. Ed michael i. If you're familiar with the vikings you know he is the oj. She is the one that we splash at every old Every week one. Vikings was coming out. Two of his daughters was featured In the show as well most notably tovy lovely. Lovely toby So like we mentioned history channel and also amazon prime top billing costs katheryn winnick. Gustaf's gaas guide as well as alexander. Ludwick harder let's get into it. Let's talk about how first impressions and i guess. Now that we Closing the series. How did you feel experiencing the final series and just the end of it. It was emotional. Oh absolutely was very emotional for me. I think a lot of the things that saying characters that you loved and you've seen through the years and the story coming to a close expected least. Osama's story was predictable granted. But it didn't go away from the emotional payoff. I hold myself fully tearing when when you know watching ladder or beyond die and it's one of those things that just hit you in so it coming a miles off a made sense by watching..

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"vikings" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on Blind History

"In big trouble. You better be able to find out but the nice thing is. That goes out books early. Could do all of those things. You mentioned this more detail in the books then any other settlement or or in times No no they definitely recall it. The dark ages because for christianity. It was a dark time. But there were other civilizations were flourishing at that point and probably the trade in northern europe was one of the lasting legacies to you can find coins deposits. Donna felt they used to call it or dane guilt. If you want to say phonetically and this was money that was stolen on rates and comes from all over the world. Their coins in there from the arab world and everywhere so ready to the world is a lot more open than we thought it was had to present br eliezer these fascinating people and we really can't fit it into one episode but honestly the vikings. What an exciting time in human history and such powerful people..

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"vikings" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

07:31 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on Blind History

"The vikings this was like they hit the jackpot in the beginning. They used to do these quick. Hit and runs because lock you'd mentioned earlier. Everyone's necessarily patriotic and one country. So that these small forces in the that ragnar had one hundred or more ship shows you. What charisma he had. You could probably drink than anybody who fought bit in. Because that's what together but what that did was often hidden raza lewinsky to winter somewhere because this is really lucrative after linda's farm and those rights so they used to over winter the in around april. May they start. How they're going to collect all the beauty array they rights and they did it in sanya the math that did it on the northeast coast of england and even in southern england based it. Just wait and the people used to watch and say you know watch these gods of a winter and be so scared and the other big thing is they could build an army to. The army was flattened by alfred. The next summer they had won twice the size said was incredible. new people. yeah. They used to travel far as well. I mean greenland is famously named greenland. Because eric the red tried to attract people to it even though must the ice and snow not a very hospitable ostlund in school greenland correct and yet many people and settled. There was a very famous viking community that was established there in the eight hundred two nine hundred eighty and his son eric's son leif. Eriksson is supposedly the guy who discovered north america. And he's one of the most famous of the vikings he heard a story about another viking was blown off and ended up in this fabled land to the west Essentially these guys up the western hemisphere to europe many years before columbus at least five hundred years before columbus supposed to have done it and there is reputed to have been a village that was populated by leif eriksson and his family in newfoundland canada. Which is it's incredible. And th they found evidence in the nineteen sixties that could have been vikings equalled vineland von land because they had while vons but is big speculation. 'cause there is very cold and they've never had grapes the so they could have been ever tops of fruit that they would make into top of one but they stuck around the for a while and they got to know the area but then they started being watched very carefully nephew skirmishes with local crops in candidate tom so then lift and they never really settled in that area. Yeah i mean still if you consider that in the year two thousand these guys had already manage to cross the atlantic in by hopping from iceland to greenland. And it makes me scary. Because the north sea and up north near the arctic circle is frightening. And some of the sees that you have a even just crossing from from denmark. Norway to the british isles was submissive feet. But what i found interesting split three ways. It was almost like today. Sweden was more closer to russia. So then you had the vikings at settled or reuss russia's named after the viking. Yeah and then. They're the regions and the danes when cooled at then but they came into europe and the british isles and also across the ostlund and they were named the norseman and the became the normans and the normans and king. Roller famous king of the norman coast of france. They were eventually the people who conquered england. Yeah when his grandson. I think he was willing to. I first. great great great grandson. And i found incredibly interesting because ultimately in the end alfred who is the proper english anglo. Sex anglo-saxons the bit so he'd manage these sons managed to keep it in place but they weren't necessarily that went to successful as alfred. Any i think ethel read the unready. Which is ironic. That's right He he and he's lost control. Again of certain parts of england on the second wave yet cannot cannot came down he was If i can remember it was herald bluetooth. That's right herald breeze names. A great tooth name comes from its right. Through our cell phones it's heralds or the h. b. if you look at symbol full bluetooth exactly herald. Bluetooth had kanoute. All sentences. Last night was was the son of harald bluetooth and then he sign was kanoute and he son was actually a very good english king. Yup in he very competent. Well is the vikings the whole story in england as well because there was a guy called gerald adrada who was the last king to try and conquer england. He done really well. in europe. He managed to win territories all over northern europe and he was widely feared and respected. And i think he got to am vicious and he decided to conquer england landed in northumbria and was met by herald gudmundsson who was already worried because he was going to be attacked from the south. By william the conqueror his cousin but he managed to fend them off at stamford bridge quite decently. He managed to beat them. Properly and and herald adrada died in that battle and that was really the last big gospel of the viking empire or the viking age. Because after that through william the conqueror obviously their legacy continued and their legacy on earth is enormous. You mentioned their connection to russia. But the vikings have had a tremendous influence on western civilization. Ever since then but even if you look at just had a so he went into rushing and then he went down into constantinople For the bosnian in and he was part of them with a sect breath or was rome. Because that's really what he wanted to do Contrary to the coastal town that it was i think he attacked sicily because he was crofty. Did they used to catch birds that lived in the city that catch them outside the city and attach pitch to them and light them on fire. The birds would fly back into the city into their nests which were flammable and sit the whole city on fire. And that's how you got them to open gates of very crafty while they were definitely frightening and they were definitely not the people. You'd wanna meet an open battle. There were brave all to vella one day where they could feast with odin fraternity or they really wanted to do was fought and never pick feast. So yeah and then. The guy's one hundred percent in the not the all the injuries would heal. So this is what hell was. All the injuries would heal the next morning. That could fought again and in a drink and be healed. And i really were worried because any fifty percent off the the vikings killed in battle. Actually we into so. The other fifty percent was quite sad to blame. It was said there really had to fight hard to get into villela really really interesting history. I mean we can't fit everything in here. There's so much we could talk about. But the exploration the the raids the fighting the fact they had women warriors as well which was known. The rates daughter was more brutal than life. He was the she was frightening. Listen there is some very very scary people. What if you go back in history and you climb your time machine. And you put the dayton wrong and you end up in in viking norway. You're.

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"vikings" Discussed on Blind History

Blind History

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on Blind History

"For hundreds of years northern europe would wait in theory for the next viking rave. Never sure if god would spare them now. If you google vikings you'll find a tv series about a man called ragnar loath brooke and this guy was supposedly a famous viking in history. And there's another series cold norseman which is a comedy as opposed to vikings which is a drama and the irony is that vikings may have been much more like the comedy series than they were like the drama series in that these people have only just recently come to light as being a lot more cultural and sophisticated autistic creative agriculturally ahead of their time exploration geniuses and all of this is really any come to light since the mid to late eighteen hundreds but when people hear the word viking unfortunately what you see is hagar the horrible battleaxes and pillaging raping ruining all of europe. So we're gonna talk about the vikings and it's hard to squeeze all of this into one episode but antony meteoroid i have done are to try and compile a list of the most interesting viking leaders and some of the stories about the vikings which i think will make you interested in baps. You can find more information if you like it yourself and let us know if you've got something that you'd like us to focus on in future episodes but really there was no doubt that the viking contribution to civilization is enormous. There was even a viking age. Which was somewhere between seven hundred and thousand ad. I enjoyed it. The sweet spot for me. Because i've always loved the roman empire and if you look at this. The vacuum pints sit cases. You know it's comparable. And the impact that the head on europe on the british isles end and what they did in greenland and ostlund. It was incredible and i loved researching it. You know you have to really concentrate because there's a lot that happened in two hundred three hundred years in the time that the head the two eras they call it well. Let's begin with the origins of the viking. People musty from scandinavia. Modern denmark norway sweden iceland and finland and they were really survivors in the beginning. They were small-scale farmers. They never really had kings they had different tribes and different and those chiefs were completely independent of each other and if they could they would fight with each other and take over each other's tribes and amalgamates but they never really had one king and for a very long time. They will opportunists as soon as the land ran out and they went in a particularly fertile. Warm part of the world so there was only so much land. You could farm. They realized the next best thing to do was to build ships and these were incredible. Feats of engineering. Actually these ships were were shallow. They were quite long. Go up as they could go into rough international waters special that clinker lapping boards. That made them waterproof absolutely an quick very quick and they realized that if they hopped on these ships they could take up a genetic raids in various other places of the world and they could just let the places and the obvious targets at that stage of the world. were probably the monasteries. Because europe was in the dark ages but the monasteries with these beacons of light and they all had lots of silver and lots of other treasures and plenty of people that could be carried back as slaves. Now that that just talking about what at them move so you mentioned the fact that they ran out of space so that that's one of the reasons but a big reason was charlemagne was very effective. He was the roman emperor and he did a very good job of getting christians and converting and he did tackle the northern germans. They'd went regions equations and for that matter the north men and was quite aggressive. There was one story about the spiritual tree that the head in norway and they came in and burnt it down. And i think they were very aggrieved so that played a part in political instability. All of those things become a melting pot and opportunism as talking about Said well look we're gonna we're gonna go and find some booty well as soon as as charlemagne died really there was everything broke down in europe and the kingdoms old deteriorated in size and power and the vikings also saw an opportunity plus the monasteries. Which as i mentioned earlier we're rich. Were also not particularly well defended. Monks are not soldiers. And it's much easier to kill ten months than it is to kill ten soldiers. They would land at places like lindisfarne in england and it could just be a massacre but the monks in the monasteries never expected anybody to attack them. Because all the was that had previously i mean they. They were christians. I said look. Let's not take on the house of god or whatever zine religious respect but the vikings. Didn't i mean these are the united states a little one one and the woman rights and they did. I mean they famously. They would go in with battleaxes. You can picture them. While i'm saying these two kind of bladed battleaxes swords bab big shields wore horns on their heads they did have all of that going for them and they must have been frightening then at capture all the people that take the women back because women were in short supply died young. They're dying childbirth. You know norway was very cold and not particularly hospitable. And they'd take back women from all over the world and raped them and then produce children with them and keep them slaves and also what they used to do is is a somebody had passed away. That was haas standing in the church. They used to see that. This is very important to the people in particular monitoring nice to kidnap that co-ops and technical beck's of that could embezzle money. Whatever you wanna call it. That took the corpse for him along with block. You mentioned women the children so they were they were they were so scary because the crystal looking straight into the devils i. They religions went far apart later on as they believed in most of the north mythology. That has come down to us. You know odin and thorn freya and all those famous gods and goddesses and they had a sophisticated system of mythology may also had sophisticated family structures. They had interesting little villages. They had feasts and holes and all the things that you'd expect vikings to have and they were i suppose also the founders of of whole languages communities which have existed to this very day but if you were some terrified priest and you saw those sales on rizal man you would run and scream and hide and try to get the hell out of there and then needed somebody like alfred. The great yes. You stand up on a biggest story to that. But he was one of the very few especially in the early years that stood up and actually fought against them. Well one of the most famous early vikings was this ragnar and even the french chroniclers wrote stories about him. He apparently was so audacious that he even managed to commander fleet of some few hundred ships to go up. The san river from the atlantic from the english channelised effectively all the way to paris. They threatened paris. Took on the army's there the king charles. The bold was so afraid that just to get rid of them. He gave them six thousand pounds of silver to just go away and then of course what happened was they got. The six thousand on wasn't back if we can get six thousand pounds silver. We could probably get some all. They kept doing it and they went with these boats up rhythm into most of europe and unfortunately for everybody in europe europe is failing navigable by river so.

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"vikings" Discussed on Journey to Wherever

Journey to Wherever

05:04 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on Journey to Wherever

"In game of thrones because of how it ended up playing out But that's not factual vikings is based somewhat loosely. We lose creative lessons. Creat- creative also. I'm sure they've. I'm sure they've written on a feather and you know some sort of papyrus cool thing to the vikings backing the i- hundreds if i can send if they can modify this storyline but it's loosely related on the law. Regna lost local depends. He spoke different ways. We lost brooklyn law. He's sons and the the the ventures at adventures at the had so you can't modify the story and a lot to make it on historical rain thing. Yeah so. I was very content with how the story played out. Because i'm glad cause worried that you're going to be like no no. I was watching one pot like towards the end unimak. It's gonna turn. He's he's gonna pull a ragnar the alter like how did last time to the other priests on the ultimate and i'll wash i'm like are you talking about. Yeah he's gonna twitching. Something's going to happen. He and he's what he is up and all thinking they blew. What's happening. You pull a rag non do you take out. You're going to pull out a full shank. Lost someone any kind of details like i was like blah con. Expect him to do it because what's his name. King alfred king alfred. He's a he plays another important part in the next saga of battles. Now yeah that unfold. Least i think he does. He'd probably know history more than i do. In terms of huchon in real in real history. Yeah yeah he does he does like you lost kingdom for example. I'm pretty sure that which will probably going to get. We'll talk about that but pock that i think that's what it's related so i'm mind was playing on that a little bit and then uber's kind of sitting there and he's sitting in what i believe is the faroe islands. What we what we know now as the country fair. Yeah yeah so. It's like samba. Kind of sit back in sunset and he said nationals like i can. I can accept you so i think i'm being. I'm thinking about pace. There's a new world and you beginning and everything that happened almost needed to happen. Yeah do you know what i mean like..

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"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"Yeah yeah of course. It was in a different language. That's the english translation of four minutes. Or maybe was for her right. Yeah berserk berserk olympic. Yeah yeah crazy time. We'll thank you for you know getting get here to elect. Yeah three hundred. Years is a long time. Yes but it's really like a when you look back on it it's just like a blip in the long history like the ancient greek timeless finished. Yes said the time the vikings came right. Now we're at seven hundred years before the vikings really kinda started. Jesus jesus christ rate which is under. It's not that long outright. Praise in his crossing. He anything about how long the ancient egyptians like that they were existed existed. The teeny little teeny little time. Yeah like us like the are blip in time. You know it's really. It's nothing we have this well. Civilization now that's comparable to the all civilization civilization summer. We're talking about We're gonna somebody's gonna be doing castles. Lean vip two thousand and twenty decade. And they'll be like look at this podcast that we didn't they were talking about all these times before the stoorikhel period. of course. yes because it's going to be well known in widespread. Yeah let's bring everybody you can please find us on. Our social media outlets instagram can be healthy. underscore ron. facebook were loading content. Pretty regularly thicker. Fun yeah arrogant reviews in. Yeah let us know what you thought of the episodes. Yeah we'd love some back We have an email. Which is can we help you at gmail.com so you can certainly contact us that as well. It's time until next time. Thanks for listening.

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"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"As crave are. That's neat yeah totally well. That was really interesting. Cool at first. I was like a little bored like this. Food is sounds like like food that nothing that interesting. Well so it's kinda cold a picture how they draw down there. Fear yeah their lives in your brain so you know. Interestingly as far as their appearance go. Yeah i was reading. You know we have this image of them with the red hair blond hair fair. Yeah but genetic analysis of bones and things. They actually think that vikings more had dark hair and dark eyes. So so much the red hair but i believe that the red hair that shows up throughout your tribute to the vikings. I see but Anyway who really knows. I guess right i mean i guess there's.

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"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"And ho- girls they wrapped in old cloth slatter. Yeah sheep's ladders right than people transport things in so hugs. Were easy to raise and quick to mature. They also ate beef mutton and they did raise horses for food. Which of course eventually clashed with christians who did not believe in eating horses and much of society society during the vikings would hunt reindeer elk and bear. Bring them back to the earth fires since they were on the water. So much fish was a major part of their diet. Hearing was prepared dried salted smoked pickled and preserved Last of that would be great for long-term transplant. Oliva young. yeah all day. A lot of food was pickled Your favorite is in orbit was pickled to ensure that they had enough food to get through the harsh winters pickled fruits and vegetables last up to six months while salting and drying their meets added also months products are so long pillaging voyages. Yeah yeah they just took the food that was prepared already from home Vikings boiled their meets as opposed to my Mind picture of the slick sexy viking. Like off make alexa drooling like eating chicken drumstick. You know like that had been like roasted rate with fires. Skin chris began. That wasn't gyping threes all this year. Yes that's unsexy lake dripping a half naked. Mesler get okay. You're eating. i think we need the after. They just really like a town and brought back are like ripping and i hired up animal yet instead. They were like bowling their me in like weird seawater. Maybe oh bryan breath. Yeah bryan making it. I need one thing. Flee ring it. Doesn't it changes my. I wanna hang onto that other hang onto the all right so okay so they like they would make this stew with the boiled. Needs an ad vegetables but then they would like as meats vegetables. Were taken out of the pot to eat. They would add more. So the the stew became super-duper concentrated. Okay so you took it flavored brian. It was really flavored. That actually sounds good schorr. It just became super duper concentrated over over days than the big like pot was on this on the fire. Whatever i'm guessing again like that foam on the time. Yeah yeah and somebody would come by with their club or whatever take out like chunks of club take out chunks and then somebody's sitting by the fire but just like put more. Yeah okay good method. Yeah this stu was eaten with bread. That was kind of like a flat. Bread made by flattening by hand and just cooking that over the fires..

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"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"And not mall in the night okay Both meals were similar since there. There really wasn't a ton of variety of food It's really just referring to like the two meals by eight morning at night. Sometimes they had feast that took place on various holidays or major events like weddings and at the end of successful ratings. Could have feasts hardy time. Party that yeah. yeah so they they survived. The vikings survived such harsh winters and traveled such long distances that they were faced with no choice but to eat a diet that would sustain such activity they needed to feel up fast between raids of sleeping towns and then have enough energy to get back on the ship and sail away. Get away before a car. Regrouping of cable to coming up. Yeah so that's a lot of energy. So i'm thinking okay protein. They had to be operating. Yeah so their food was healthy. Actually and fresh apparently even poor viking. Eight much better than an english peasant. It seems like the viking diet was a model of efficiency and innovation really In a time when cooks had to make the most out of some very limited ingredients like. How often do you feel like that at home. Have a bag of brussels sprouts a piece of cheese and my leftover chicken or something right. Not yet but well. I might everybody else's me. Yeah i made them for those last night. Chicken yeah you you cook. Basically two meals them doesn't you just don't get the per team aren't now to leak deconstruct the meal air like sometimes people eat it altogether. Sometimes i have to put an giang. He comes to plates skill. The can't have the runny stuff on gone and yet so often sleep protein or that animal protein. Yeah just depends on all going. yeah so yes. They need a protein working Animal protein working as hard as they were in the eighth everyday with both meals Yeah like with Yeah so there was farming. Going on in their homelands and they would they. They were a farming culture. They just packed their stuff and took took it with them can so hall baskets baskets.

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"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"I found that sailing. Innovations allowed the vikings to sale even further than ever before like going to batter newfoundland rain like staying in that england in the european area allowed them to really travel. Yes see the world conquered over rated. Yeah i found another sort of like gory. Early date for a viking raid or since he ended with that like in seventeen ninety. I saw that a group of danes cells. Seventeen ninety the right. Excuse me i'd thousand-year said it sounds so weird. Yes seventy year with three years. Three digit and so in seven ninety. A group of danes sailed to the isle of portland in dorset which is southwest england The danes were mistake. Were mistaken for merchants by a royal official but when asked to come to the king's manor to pay a trading tax on their goods. They just murdered the official. Oh my gosh. Yeah who knows what ensued after by. Am probably young right. Yes may not likely you may have i think about the every. Game of thrones no. I didn't. I couldn't even watch like the first episode with all the heads. It's being like. On the pikes about that scene. I was like. I don't think this show is for me. I read a lot of them in the night. He killed up too many characters. But there's oh the red wedding. Have you heard of that a well for anybody. Who's into game of thrones chart the red wedding the unexpectedly. Just kill everybody there long. It's a revenge thing and yet it is. Just you're blown away when you're reading you're like oh my god they're killing everything you're talking about like big in under the guise of i'll compare your tax and then they just kill everybody just evoked the red wedding yeah. My jaw was on the floor reading it. So but all of these. Vikings seem so like handsome in my mind. How dare they be so violent. Yes i you. An attractive game like modern culture paints. The it's true picture toll. Strong burly with big muscles Wave rather blonde hair long. Curly like very well kept beard. I in my mind. Nobody did that. They actually really were wealth they did. They found comb used to us. They were actually very hygienic. Yeah right yeah. Which is unusual. Probably been yeah. You would think maybe not. Yeah and Anyway they were certainly more robust and muscular than the average person for both women and men in fact the viking man's appearance was more feminine than that of men and the women and other men. then yeah You're than than men up today. It they were more like feminine structured but women were more masculine structured so these ambiguous facial features. It was difficult to decide upon a viking skeleton. Like what sex. They were based on their recall. Isn't that interesting sure. Yeah they were a rough bunch the men and women because the fought the women too. Yeah they were tough lady. They were tough cookies. So how do they have the energy to survive in the cold sailing. Huge wooden ships and pillaging community around that portion of the globe. Like what did they say. Yes and how did they transport it. Did you discover that. Yeah yeah yeah so. They were very busy. Vikings tended to only eat two meals a day. They ate their dog mail in the morning..

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"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

Can We Health You?

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"vikings" Discussed on Can We Health You?

"That the vikings originated in the area of denmark. Sweden norway Though at that time they were not unified countries during this time as well. The vikings spread throughout northern europe eventually making their way as far as baghdad which i was surprised to entire where they. It's like warm down there. I know that must've been a shock. Yeah yeah I mean even just interest appearance. Not only the Temperature culturally a long. Did it take for them to get the i know right. They're like whoa. Who are these people. I know So they are. They traded in far tusks and seal fat And they even made their way to north america settling in newfoundland which i was so shocked. I need it all the way they are. Yeah with those long votes. I mean yeah. I don't know if the waters were calmer like up there. Farther away that they might have waited they might have come. I don't know but that's the way before columbus way before was so wrong. It's so many ways yes So when we talk about the word viking itself many historians perhaps wrongly associate the word. Viking with the scandinavian word. viking are so. there's the car the. I'm not sure if it's a silent would be there her Because i saw other words with an are at the end where i have seen them not with the are anyway so pronounce. Dr biking accent can imitate things. Pretty well So that viking. Her is the word for pirate but more likely the term is meant to convey travel. as in. the men would take time during the summer to go viking. Yeah that makes sense So it's like a journey to end the acid as Yeah as opposed to announce So what i discovered in my research is at the event that really truly marked. The beginning of this viking expansion was the raid on the monks at saint cuthbert in lindisfarne which is a small island off the northeast coast of england. And i mean there's a lot of accounts and it was kind of noted that the accounts are predominantly from the people that experienced the raids. And so the we're trying to make them seem particularly vicious in. Just you know plug ins horrible right. That's what i got a picture. So so it's not written from the perspective of the viking. Obviously so we're doing the opposite side but it has it was described as particularly bloody in the ferocious attack and they just kinda stole everything In the months you know. They were prepared their peaceful in their mouth. Of course so Yes they were unarmed and unprepared for this attack. Mum i know so. They did attack a lot of monasteries. So that was like something that they it to them. Yeah the monastery. I also found the labor. Yeah absolutely the architecture is similar. I imagined to their castle. Okay awesome like drew. The of course the architecture didn't draw you look at the shiny council. But i don't now Yeah i found that to And they will. They were drawn by the growth of wealthy wealthier. Places to go and take their buds rate them taking with them. They may also have been pushed to leave their homeland by population Lack of good farmland and Political strife arising from the unification of norway in addition..

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"vikings" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

08:43 min | 2 years ago

"vikings" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Laying Maxwell. CLAIMED GYSI Just laying whatever her name is. If you really think about it, dude if you were to go on a website like wayfair. Don't you think it's pretty fucking stupid that you have to fill out your information in order to get a package, you have to pay for it with a credit card, or however you pay with it. Don't you think that they would be able to fucking track you after the fact of you didn't in fact, order a child online. Again playing devil's advocate. I totally agree I posted fucking memes about it, but it's just 'cause jokes. It's funny, but like Eh posted. A whole spiel about somebody who talked about it, and like what it could be A. Wake up world, because like there's not saying it's true, but I'm saying. It's very possible that this could happen. Not Saying through Wayfair, but through other shaved coincidental that the guy step down and shed right so one hundred one hundred per Sambrana. That's what I'm talking about, but again it comes back down to these. Pagan beliefs of for example the Vikings thought that the human was the ultimate sacrifice to Odin, and and that's what a lot of people think like Oh. We're GONNA be. Blessed, and you know we're going to prosper if we sacrifice this person to our God and. I find that ideology so interesting because it's like the lengths that you're willing to go as a person as a people to achieve Antara respect this higher divinity sacredness. Right, that's that's what blows my fucking. Increased fuck kids because. They're like this is GonNa be good like fucking. God will like me Brad. There's two. There's two sides to that do there's people who legitimately get off on it number one? Obviously. They're sick. And then there's the other people that are again. These ancient scriptures these ancient believes these esoteric beliefs that till having sex with children brings them power, and the talked to different entities and stuff like that that will. have sex with these kids and there's demons. They believe in fucking Lucifer Bullshit. You fucking never know, but this is Kinda cool vikings custom. Acquired. Vikings custom required all free men to actually own weapons men that weren't fucking slaves, and they're allowed to be fully armed all times. The quality of one's gear would reflect their social standing, so they got a wealthy man will be fully decked out with a fucking helmet shield chain mail fucking in a sore, well poorer fucking. There's this literally a shitty broken sword. This got chips out of it. It's made out of wood. So, they would actually use spears actually when it came. To fighting more often than we think, actually which I thought was really weird. There were more using a spear style. Make so many of them. They were just checking them, and whatever fucking headed it hit, right? Guy Read anything about the museum crossbows either. Yeah our bow and arrows in general. About that either. That's interesting like Boeing, or you would think right, but maybe maybe they did I mean were fucking pirates, but who knows I know rich should've fucking out with the bow, and Arrow man flung shit across fucking chips and stuff, said cannons. So a lot of Viking men again spent most of their time farming yet and a lot of them brandish sites and not sore like the site the the. Thing not swords, and again somewhere pirates that would only step off the boat to burn villages and kill and rape people, but a lot of them were actually peaceful a they were just farmers, and they raise cattle, goats, pigs sheeps on their small farms, and they were just support their own families and one thing I found those those pretty funny. They skied for fun Bro. Shan to they develop ski. He's at least six thousand years ago. And they also worship the god of skiing, and his name was earl. I don't know how to say his as you. You are the skiing. WHAT THE FUCK THE SKIING! FUCKING! Yeah, yeah, that's weird, but that's what people were like saying. How like how they get around the issue? Fuck it weather, and all that fucking bullshit and they use skis, which is weird. That's how long it's existed that, but the thing is. You'd think if you had any rate mind. You eventually would try to invent signing point feet allows less friction right as as the first viking invented skis, or if they like I heard that he did for more like cross country to get to places, but I wonder if they're doing some dough, best tricks, awesome fucking cliffs. Like some Olympic team. BACKFLIPS! Now you were talking about how what we know them. As these kind of violent people that raid and pillage well a lot more to viking culture, there's a lot more of their culture than just like that bullshit. Because in fact like Viking Nobles, it were quite the dandies. They would show off their wealth in so close and fancy jewelry, and they kept themselves well groomed with Nice haircuts they. They call the reverse mullet West. They call it now, because like fucking. NOPE, no all business in the back party in the front and the principles of fashion were on hygiene, were passed down to regular folks as well they were pretty much, generally relaxed about a lot of shit, but it's funny how they did like like. If you richer be like checkup modules, buddy and might silk boxers. Yes, so one thing about the vikings were that they were very. Again as back then they're very big on hygiene. They showered or bathe at least once a week which is. Actually. A lot more. Jobs yeah because they would and they would People like Bay like once a fucking month and shed. Disease is in quid. fucking grows, but they also found and different artifacts when. You know uncovering different things that they were they were. Archaeologists would find. They found combs and different things for them to shave, and just you know things for them to groom themselves and again I. Just it's so weird, because like you think of these people thinks of these brutes, these barbarians, these crazy people. You wouldn't think that they would be you know grooming themselves me. Either they would actually like be like like they kind of had some style to them, and they used to fucking cut their hair and shit like that like I'm surprised even did that. Raspberry hooligans and shit like that, but I guess you kind of keep up with appearances, and like it's it's in their culture right? They WanNa fuck inmate with women. You know what I mean. They had a fucking. Their wives, but even getting into that It's pretty interesting. That Viking rules of family and coupling. R- actually less strict. Then most some in societies, even today women were free to live and sleep with a man without marrying him, and in fact she was allowed to do if the men was married to somebody else, so they kind of it was like. It was kind of like polygamy, but not polygamy like the women if they wanted to fuck other men, and they were allowed to divorce men, if there is like a good enough reason, and there's also no concept of legitimate or illegitimate children, whether born in and out of the marriage, a child had the right to inherit their parents property. They were basically like you said like two steps away from being a Hippie commune. Because of how they acted, women were lot freer than even you think like even a one hundred and fifty years ago. You know what I mean. You only get your marriage. Was Your status as low as you were married to a man? They were allowed to ask for divorce. They were allowed to inherit. Inheritances and stuff like that and they were regarded in society, which is a lot more than. Other people obviously the woman is always doing what's supposed to be in the kitchen. Make me a sandwich. Clean Right. Women couldn't vote, so what fucking year do. Whatever. Yep, we should have not. We should've kept that way. Though honestly that would be a lot better. Just fucking men make all the money. Just give me stay at home..

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"vikings" Discussed on Kingdom Radio

Kingdom Radio

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"vikings" Discussed on Kingdom Radio

"Some more of these come up we will be healthy going into the playoffs. Everyone quote unquote. We'll be back now. That's not to say you know injuries won't happen. You know I'm not GonNa win over here. They can happen but all of our countries right now are project to have you back by the playoffs. Roll around all we need to do is get into the the playoffs. That's it and that's and like you said a number times before on past episodes. Is Our season really really. Doesn't even start until the playoffs already know we know and chiefs kingdom if we're on the AFC championship game. That's a disappointing season this year. If we're not in the super agreable highly disappointed but I will tell you what I'll tell you one thing if anybody can take us with our back against the wall and take us to. The Super Bowl is absolutely patrick. Mahomes and and then on top of that. You bring us a healthy healthy Chris Jones a healthy offense of line is going to be over and these are going to be well rested arrested player. Our biggest key assets to our team are going to be more rested than most of the players in the NFL. And so and with that aspect I mean I don't have a problem sitting mahomes three weeks because four out of five weeks mahomes gets to sit and rest Chris. This Jones has been resting. You know are are left tackle. I don't know why his name is eluding me right now. Yes Eric Fisher. I mean once we get these key aspects back holy cow. I mean we're competitive against one of the best teams you you know in on either either conference and the packers. That was a great football game. We showed the league. They still need to be scared of US without Patrick Mahomes. Yeah.