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Fresh update on "waters" discussed on ESPN Daily
"On TV. Right, because Chris long, again, man of the year needs to genuinely go and raise money to build wells. In East Africa. Exactly. For his foundation and that means that maybe you can only sneak in what like an edible on the plane, then. No, I mean, yeah, definitely. I'm definitely gonna be sneaking in a couple edibles on the plane. It's like a 24 hour trip to East Africa. I'm gonna be and you know, you don't wanna go through customs with edibles, so you wanna eat them all. First world Fight Club. Eat them all on the way. Chris long, thank you on every level of for sharing with us your veteran savvy. Pablo appreciate you, man. Good talking to you. For more about Chris long's very real and genuinely inspiring foundation. Whose mission is to provide sustainable access to clean drinking water for 1 million people worldwide. Please check out waterboys dot org. I'm Pablo Torre. This has been ESPN daily. And I'll talk to you tomorrow.
Residents can return after air deemed safe from derailment
"Residents of east palestin, Ohio, have been allowed to return to their homes after the fiery derailment last Friday of a train hauling toxic chemicals. I'm Ben Thomas with the latest. It was now safe to be in the evacuation area. East Palestinian fire chief Keith drabek. With the full support and backing of governor dewine, I'm happy to announce that the evacuation order is now lifted. At a news conference covered by W Y TV, drabik said federal and state experts have been collecting air and water samples from the evacuation zone. James justice at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Although readings we've been recording in the community have been at normal concentrations, normal background what you would find in almost any community operating outside. Still, residents have been worried. I can smell the chemicals and it's obvious like something's not right. Well, mason shields and Anna Jarrett go back. I don't know. Not by choice. I think we've been talking about moving somewhere different because it's just, I don't want to risk it. I'm Ben Thomas
Is Sarah Huckabee Sanders Vying for a VP Ticket?
"There's a new CNN poll out there that says well over 70% of you thought the president did a good job last night. Over 40% of Republicans said that the president did a good job as well. What was your take? How do you think Sarah Huckabee Sanders did with the Republican rebuttal? I thought she bottled pretty darn well. And that's always a hard speech. And go back to Marco Rubio with the glass of water, where he was chugging water, remember that tobacco, and then you had Bobby jindal, the governor of Louisiana, he was supposed to be the next darling of the Republicans, and the guy sped red through the entire speed. Nobody could understand what the guy was saying. He was talking so fast. But I thought Sarah Huckabee Sanders did a fine job. She really did illustrate the point that the Republican Party is the party of the future. She is the youngest governor in America. 40 years old. President Biden by comparison is 80 years old. It was a rather striking comparison. So I'm curious to get your take on Biden and Sanders. Part of me wondered if Sanders was maybe maybe running for a vice presidential slot. On a Trump ticket. Could be, but I don't think so. 8
Sarah Huckabee Sanders Would Make a Formidable VP
"Go to cut number 35 on how the president has served you. Good evening. I'm Sarah. Huckabee Sanders. Being a mom to three young children taught me not to believe every story I hear. So forgive me for not believing much of anything. I heard tonight from President Biden. From out of control inflation and violent crime to the dangerous water crisis and threat from China. Biden and the Democrats have failed you. They know it and you know it. And it's time for a change. Now, the last cut from governor Sanders is the one I want you to hear because I hadn't really thought about her as a formidable choice for vice president. But last night, I'm talking to Mike Pompeo is running against former president Trump who's running against Ron DeSantis. He's running against Christian who's running against Juan yunkin and running against Greg Abbott and running a Nikki Haley. And I thought to myself, here we've got a vice presidential candidate. You know, I think Tim Scott's probably going to be the vice presidential candidate, but Sarah Huckabee Sanders knows how to deliver the goods,
Understanding the Severity of the Turkey Earthquake
"This may be according to the Wall Street Journal this morning. Actually, it's The Washington Post. The worst natural disaster in consequences of our lifetime. Because of how it occurred occurred 11 miles below the surface, everything is made of brick, it's got no rebar in it. It all fell down. There are people trapped tens of thousands of people trapped. No way to get serious just to write off. I mean, you can get food maybe over to the turkey border, but you're not going to get the good guys to take the food into Syria, absent armed convoys in turkey. Story in The Wall Street Journal, as the sun went down Tuesday over gurney street, and this is from beland tech turkey, dozens of people, their hands and arms, limbed with ghostly gray dash silently come the wreckage flattened apartment blocks. His male parliament and his wife dug through the rubble looking to find mister carlock's mother in tune they said somewhere under 6 stories of collapse concrete and contorted metal. Next door, Fatima Kumar, hunting the remains of her home for belongings of her two sons. Our earlier, she had found the two boys 11 year old Ahmet in 17 year old Abdullah, dad, cradling one another in the wreckage. The brothers grabbed each other as the welding came down. Numb with shock and grief, the residents of Berlin and other cities towns and villages across southern turkey were contending with freezing temperatures, power outages, and they thought to find the missing and keep themselves alive in the aftermath of two powerful earthquakes that struck Monday. As I said, more than 10,000 people are dead, hundreds of thousands are displaced, tens of thousands are missing. They don't have any help for them, but they do have hope because every few minutes in the search area, it feel like they're now in turkey. They call for a halt to all movements so they can hear Tapping, et cetera the cell phone batteries are dying out. So it's really not a great situation. California knows how to do with earthquakes and we keep our electricity on and the California exploration team has been has landed in turkey now. The Israeli team is there. They've already rescued four people. There are a number of different specialized groups around the world. They're two in the United States. I think one is in New York City and the other one is in LA, but a half dozen train dogs to stiff only for live people they look for cadavers later, different group of people. They know how to move the concrete, but what they can't bring with them is enough food, water, blankets, and essentials, hygiene, personal stuff.
United Airlines flight turns around after fire in cabin
"Four people were treated at a hospital for smoke inhalation following a fire on board a flight traveling from San Diego to New Jersey. The United Airlines flight returned to San Diego international airport Tuesday morning because of the fire, passenger Anne Marie buckland tells KG TV they weren't in the air long. Probably about ten minutes into the flight. I started to smell something really bad and it just got worse and worse. Passenger Stephen Jones says some people panicked a guy next to me to seats over started to scream. The guy in first class said, oh, God put his shirt up over his face. And then I saw a flash of fire. Has entered Caroline lipinski tells KFM BTV that a first class passengers battery charger began smoking, and then it burst into flames, authorities say the crew placed the battery and especial fire bag in the Boeing 7 37 returned safely to the airport at around 7 30 a.m.. I'm Donna water
Air Force leader's spouse opened fire during Andrews breach
"The air force's top enlisted leader says she and her husband are safe after an intruder breached joint base Andrews. The base outside Washington says that on Monday an intruder breached the base and reached the home of the air force's chief master sergeant, the air base says her husband opened fire on the intruder and security forces arrived to apprehend the person. Chief master sergeant Joanne bass confirmed in a statement that an intruder had reached her home, but that she and her husband are okay. Joint base Andrews is the home to the fleet of blue and white presidential aircraft, including Air Force One, and February 2021 a man got through the military checkpoint on to the installation than through additional fenced secure areas to gain access to the flight line and he climbed into a C 40 aircraft, Donna water Washington
Memphis officer took, shared photos of bloodied Tyre Nichols
"There are more shocking revelations in the brutal beating death of Tyree Nichols. Documents say one Memphis police officer accused of beating the 29 year old man, took photos and sent them to other officers and a female acquaintance, the documents released by the Tennessee peace officers standards and training commission say Demetrius Haley stood over Nichols as he lay bloodied and propped up against a police car, and took the photos. In a request that Haley and four other officers charged with second degree murder be decertified, the Memphis police department wrote your own duty conduct was unjustly blatantly unprofessional and unbecoming for a sworn public servant, Halley's lawyer declined to comment. I'm Donna water
Navy and Coast Guard recover China spy balloon debris
"China says it will safeguard its interests over its balloon the United States shot down Saturday as the U.S. works to retrieve all the parts that landed in the waters off the Carolina coast. China's foreign ministry calls it a weather balloon and says the country will continue to safeguard its legitimate rights and interests. Washington says it's a spy balloon and has no intention of returning the debris. Frank won that last one. That is a big hill. U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken canceled his visit to China, says spokesperson Ned price to refocus. Coordinating closely with our allies and partners, sharing information. And he says
Biden aims to deliver reassurance in State of Union address
"President Joe Biden delivers the State of the Union address tonight. The president is expected to offer a reassuring assessment of the nation's condition before a politically divided Congress. On the eve of the president's address, GOP House speaker Kevin McCarthy challenged Biden to come to the negotiating table with House Republicans to cut spending as part of a deal to raise the debt ceilings. President Biden wants Congress to raise the debt limit yet again. Without a single sensible change to how government spends your hard earned money. Biden has insisted that he won't negotiate on meeting the country's debt obligations. And while COVID-19 has eased at home, Biden is expected to turn his sights to the deadly opioid epidemic, mental health, gun violence, and police abuses. The parents of the Memphis man recently beaten to death by police officers are expected to be in the audience. Donna water Washington
Lucky player in Washington wins $747 million Powerball prize
"There is one winning ticket in Monday night's $747 million Powerball drawing. The ticket was purchased in Washington state, and it's the only ticket that matches all 6 numbers in the Powerball drawing 5 1122 23 69 and the Powerball 7. The winner can opt for an annuity distributed in one immediate partial payout followed by additional payments over 29 years, or one single cash payment of $407.2 million before taxes, Monday night's win was the first Powerball jackpot one since November 19th, 2022. I'm Donna water
Funeral home finds woman breathing hours after declared dead
"A nursing home in Long Island, New York pronounces a woman dead, then she starts breathing at the funeral home and this has happened at other facilities. Officials say an 82 year old woman was pronounced dead at water's edge rehab and nursing center in port Jefferson, but found to be breathing three hours later at the funeral home where she'd been taken. She was sent to the hospital, authorities are investigating. This happened Saturday, days after the Glen oaks Alzheimer's care center in Iowa was fined $10,000 over a similar incident where a 66 year old woman was put in a body bag and taken to a crematory, but workers there found her breathing, she was returned to hospice care where she died January 5th. Julie Walker, New York
Victor Davis Hanson: Public Pressure Forced Biden to Act on Balloon
"To apologize in advance for what we're going to have to suffer through tomorrow night as grandpa Joe stands there at that massive podium and takes credit for things that he has no business taking credit for, it is and I'll bet he makes the Chinese spy balloon a centerpiece of tomorrow night State of the Union. Victor Davis Hanson was a guest with Dan bongino over the weekend on Fox News channel had some pretty solid analysis as Victor Davis Hanson always has on this massive failure by the Biden administration waiting until after this spy balloon completed its mission going from the northwest all the way off the east coast of the United States before finally shooting it out of the sky over Myrtle Beach. This administration could have taken this thing down as it approached the Pacific or over the aleutians and our airspace or water space, but they didn't do it. And I don't think they would have, and I think you're right unless somebody had saw it. And then the explanations kept changing. They said, well, it's just a weather balloon. It's not very sophisticated. They can find it by spies. And then people's pointed out, well, it has a capacity of two buses, so they must be experimenting with a big payload, and they could have weapons significance. And maybe this slow moving balloon can take more accurate pictures. And then they change and said, well, we wanted to protect people, and we were afraid of the debris. And Montana's a pretty empty place. And so I think public pressure finally forced the administration to do that. But if we had done anything like that in China, we would be on the brink of a war.
Mark Esper: A Political Decision to Not Shoot Down the Balloon Earlier
"Trump's defense secretary Mark Esper visiting with Neil cavuto Saturday on Fox on Fox News. I think it's a fair decision if you will, to not shoot it down over populated areas out of fear of hurting somebody or severely damaging property. But you have to go back a few days before then. The question is, when did The Pentagon know that was entering our airspace? I'm confident that we knew soon enough that once it crossed into that airspace that we could have shot it down over open water, we could have shot it down over very dense sparse parts of Alaska. We should have shot it down then, but so it leads me to believe. A political decision was made by The White House not to do so for fear of interrupting the relationship with China.
'Knock at the Cabin' knocks off 'Avatar' at the box office
"Of them. The M. Night Shyamalan thriller knock at the cabin tops the box office this week with an estimated $14.2 million. It's the first time in nearly two months that the top movie has not been avatar the way of water. The avatar sequel is currently the fourth highest grossing film of all time. Good evening and welcome to FYI. The actor who played anchor Jim dial on the TV show Murphy Brown has died. Charles kimbrough died January 11th outside Los Angeles, according to his son, kimbrough was 86.
Balloon bickering over Biden's actions, China's intentions
"There's political bickering in Washington over the Biden administration's response to the Chinese surveillance balloon that flew over parts of the U.S. for days. Never should have been allowed to complete its mission. Many Republicans, like Ohio congressman Mike Turner on the House intelligence committee, say the administration was too slow to act. Taking it down over the Atlantic is sort of like the quarterback sort of like tackling the quarterback after the game is over. On NBC's meet the press. He says the surveillance balloon should have been taken out long before it neared sensitive sites, like nuclear silos in Montana. Senate democratic leader Chuck Schumer on WABC says The White House handled it properly, waiting until the device was over water. We protected civilians. We gained more intelligence while protecting our own sensitive information. He says intelligence officials will be briefing lawmakers, and it's premature to criticize a cautious response, adding there were similar balloon missions during the Trump administration. I'm Jackie Quinn
'Knock at the Cabin' knocks off 'Avatar' at the box office
"For the first time in 8 weeks, the Avatar sequel is not the top box office draw. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. What do we say? You shouldn't make things up when we're talking about. The M. Night Shyamalan film knock at the cabin is number one with movie audiences this week, bringing in $14.2 million in North America, according to studio estimates. Number two this week is 80 for Brady starring Jane Fonda Lily Tomlin Rita Moreno and Sally Field, avatar, the way of water, which has dominated theaters for nearly two months, drops to third. Puss in boots the last wish is fourth, while the concert film BTS yet to come in cinemas is number 5.
US downs Chinese balloon over ocean, moves to recover debris
"The U.S. government has downed that Chinese surveillance balloon off the coast of the Carolinas and is now working to analyze any debris that can be collected. Defense secretary Lloyd Austin says U.S. Military aircraft brought down the Chinese balloon over the Atlantic. Once the air space was cleared, adding it was too risky to shoot it down over land. President Biden had authorized the operation Wednesday, with the order to wait until the balloon was over water. Ships were deployed, hoping to scoop up as much debris as possible. Before it sank into the ocean. China claimed the balloon was for weather research, something The Pentagon is refuted. Former CIA analyst Gail helt says it looks to her. Like a fishing expedition by China. Better and more broad coverage dance, their spy satellites can. And they can also test how the United States is going to react. The controversy prompted the U.S. to cancel a weekend trip to Beijing by the Secretary of State. I'm Jackie Quinn
50-car train derailment in Ohio causes massive fire, evacuations
"There's been a large train derailment near the Ohio Pennsylvania border, I'm Lisa dwyer. A 50 car train derailment Friday night sparked a large fire and prompted an evacuation order in east Palestine and Ohio village near the Pennsylvania state line, billows of smoke appeared bright orange, reflecting the glow from the flames below, Norfolk, southern says the train was loaded with a variety of freight, firefighters from three states responded, but freezing temperatures in the single digits complicated the response as trucks pumping the water froze
"waters" Discussed on On The Media
"This is death sex and money from WNYC. I'm Anna sale. I will tell you, John Waters makes you feel good. He likes talking and makes it feel like he likes talking to you, which makes you feel interesting. Like he's your friend. So it makes sense that he has a lot of friends. He makes them easily, and he takes good care of them. I don't trust people that don't have old friends. Something's a matter of them if they don't. And they last longer, even than your family, 'cause they're your age. When you think about your closest friends, like your closest most intimate circle right now, are they fellow creative people who make art or are they people? One? Yes, they are, but one is my best friend, pat Moran, she's a casting agent, but I've known her forever in a room. She did the wire. She doesn't mean stuff. Dennis dermody, my dear dear friend who's a horror film Buffy also has a cinema blog and the Fremont's up here. He used to work for Andy Warhol, they both did. Yes, they are. But I have lots of other ones that are not in the arts at all. And they mostly all live in Baltimore. How did your old friendships shift during the period of isolation? They didn't shift at all. Did I still? We talked all the time and sometimes I don't see them all the time anyway for both work and I'm in a different city. The only thing that shifted is I didn't have my annual Christmas party and I still am not having it. I don't know 200 people in my house without mass drinking, I'm not ready for it. Will I ever have that party again? I don't know. And that to me, the one I had in Baltimore was my Baltimore party. There were people there that have helped me or I've known to my whole life. I only see, I'd say half the people that are at that one time a year now at the party. And I know I'll probably never see them again. We're still in touch them, but I'll miss that, but I ain't dying for that. You know, I'm not gonna have honest, I'm not comfortable for that yet. Will I go back to that? I hope, but I don't know. Are you making phone calls to a wider circle of people than you did when you knew you would see them at a dinner or at a party? No, I still see in each place I live the same people. Even during the pandemic, we would meet because my building in San Francisco wouldn't even let you have gas. We would order pizza and eat in the park. Or on the roof. Yes, I still stayed in touch with my core of a 25 closest people. I was always, I even saw them during the pandemic. I love that you have 25 close people. That's a lot of people. I mean, if you're saying, probably. Are they mostly your age? Some are younger. But mostly, or between, you know, it's a good question. I think they're varied in age, but certainly, I mean like I went to see my oldest high school friend that I haven't seen in a long time the other day. In a retirement community, it was so weird to go in there, you know? So I do stay in touch. And if anything bad happens to you, I call it. If you get a bad review, I call it. If you go to jail, I definitely am your first visitor. I'm never don't come busy if you're in jail. My mother used to say it was my junior league work. What was the retirement community like? What was the retirement community like for? I get ads for retirement communities that infuriate me and I put them right in the shredder. How dare you? Including the one my parents was in. Don't think you're getting me. There is a certain ease. Well, I did. I don't know what I will eventually. I mean, I did have someone I taught in prison and he served 27 years for a double murder and I got him out. He's doing great. And he said, the only way I can ever repay you. If you're old, I'll carry up the steps. I remember that. I might take care of all that. Come on over. I'm on the first floor. Have you felt that? I noticed you mentioned earlier your back. How are you feeling about the way your body is changing with age? You know, my bad, my dad had a bad back. I got one. Otherwise, you know, I'm going to ten cities this week. I did 5 last week. I have a 20 city Christmas tour. It's not what it's holding me back. But sometimes, I'm 76. I'm not middle aged. I'm not a 152. And people always say, why don't you retire?
"waters" Discussed on On The Media
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"waters" Discussed on On The Media
"I don't want to be bloated. They say in Baltimore. This is death sex and money. The show from WNYC about the things we think about a lot. And need to talk about more. I'm gonna sail.
"waters" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"We are now in the outer circle of paradiso. And we meet Picard donati, we meet the Empress Constance, and these are, and some people are surprised that here in heaven, you're seeing, you know, sinners. But it shouldn't be a surprise because heaven is not full of just, you know, the people who never send the holier than thou, not at all. These are people who send also and Dante is very clear about it. You meet even more of them here in the kind of outer rings, they too, like people in purgatorio and people in inferno are showing you by negative example what not to do. That's what Dante learns. And with Picard donati, what he's learning is do not make vows that you do not, that you are not able to keep. Now, let's go to the text here a little bit. And Picard and Ari says, our station, which appears so lowly here has been assigned because we failed our vows to some degree and gave less than we pledged. And Dante says, but tell me, all you sold so happy here do you yearn for a higher post in heaven to see more to become more loved by him, him capital H, meaning God? And Picard and Adi gives a very profound answer. You could write an almost a whole thesis on this answer. Indeed, the essence of this blessed state is to dwell here within his holy will. So that there is no will, but one with his. And then a few lines later, perhaps the most famous single line in the entire divine comedy quote in his will is our peace. What Picard did not he's saying is that we don't yearn for more. Our cup is full. We God has assigned this place for us and he has filled us to the brim with happiness. Our happiness derives. Our in his will is our peace. By us conforming ourselves to God's will, we are as happy as we could conceivably be. There's no quotient of happiness that can be added as nothing that's missing. Now, as we go on, we come to something that becomes a little bit mysterious, which is in describing what happened. How did Picard donate? How did the Empress Constance break their vows? And let's remember that when we're thinking about breaking vows are mind flashes back to la pia in purgatorio 5 to franchesca in inferno 5 and the question will go about to consider as the question of freedom of the will. Notice that Francesca essentially said falsely that she had no freedom of the will. Love made me do it. Love that absolves no one from loving took over me and made me do this. And we're gonna see here at this exact same question examined. Here is Picard donati. Then men, acquainted less with love than hate, took me by force away from that sweet fold. And God alone knows what my life became. So here's Picard at the nadi, she is in a cloistered nunnery. And her powerful family members, including her brother, corso donati, yank her out of the nunnery, and they tell her you gotta marry this guy. This is an important family alliance for us for this is a ghibelline family. And so Picard is to some degree against her will, made to do this. I'm so of course there's a very profound question lurking here. If she was made to do it, where's the sim? If it's committed under duress, she didn't really do it willingly. God can't possibly judge her for something that she didn't choose, but you have to be careful here because what Dante seems to be saying is that, of course, it is true that our wills are guided or are prodded by all kinds of factors internal and external. And one point you notice to remember from the purgatorio Dante talks about the fact are our fates in the stars. Another way to put it is, is there something intrinsic about our disposition that makes us do things? Is there some inner impulse that makes you violent that makes you envious that makes you untrustworthy? And that question can be raised here as well, except here Dante is not looking at internal factors, but external factors. In other words, in this case, it was family members that come to the emperor, the Empress Constance had come to Picard and a donati and quote make her leave the nunnery. But the question that Dante raises, I think, correctly is, is it really true Picard that you didn't have any choice? In other words, isn't it true that they might have pressured you to do it? But you still did it. Isn't it true that they might have urged you to do it for the family's benefit and to you? The value of advancing your family was greater than keeping your original vow. In other words, although it is a fact that a, we have inward dispositions that make us a certain way and protest in a certain direction, and also there are external factors that circumscribe and limit our freedom of the will. I think what Dante is saying is that the scope of freedom is not zero. You do not lose your freedom of choice. No Picard and you didn't do everything you could to resist them, even when they took you away. Let's say that they grabbed you and put you into a carriage and took you away. Did you do everything you could to escape from their clutches and go back to keep your original vow. So in other words, the breaking of the vow, although influenced by external factors, is nevertheless are responsibility. We do have.
"waters" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"There's an article about JD Vance, JD Vance, the author of the book hillbilly allergies, very good book, very moving book. Who is now running in Ohio for the Senate endorsed by Trump and JD events have become kind of a liberal celebrity after hillbilly allergies. In part because he described and kind of riveting autobiographical detail is sort of hard Scrabble origins, the very dysfunctional family life, his grandmother, setting his grandfather on fire. I mean, crazy stuff like that, boring alcohol all over him and lighting a match. And all of this is in the book. It's no wonder the book was a massive bestseller. But I'll let you in a lot of liberals and journalists would say this is actually helps us understand the Trump phenomenon. The fact that working class people very often people who are struggling or poor, they're not behaving the way they did under FDR, under FDR, the kind of white working class could be counted on to vote for the Democrats. That was actually FDR's base. But now these guys a lot of them moving over to the Republicans and they're particularly enthusiastic about Trump. And yet, and yet, initially, JD Vance was very critical of Trump. And in fact, saw Trump as somebody who was, you may almost say taking advantage of this group rather than truly reflecting its values. And of course, the left love this, they were like, here's the guy who's come from that background. Here is the true you may say, descendant of hillbillies. Now, of course, JD Vance is not himself a hillbilly. Here is a guy who went to Yale, Yale law school, and has worked for big financial corporations and he's made a big success of his life and even though in the book he amusingly describes how he, you know, the first time they asked him whether he wanted a chablis or whether he wanted solving you on blankey, he didn't really know what they were talking about. He thought that there were just two kinds of wine, one is white and the other is red and the idea that there was sort of nuances or options within white and within red, he thought this was some kind of a joke. So this is all very amusingly portrayed in the book, but JD Vance, I'm sure today has a favorite Cabernet and possibly a favorite Pinot Noir. But nevertheless, the left was able to say, look, this guy who kind of knows the white working class is understands them and knows the Trump is a fraud. Well, as it turns out, by 2020, JD events became a defender of Trump, voted for Trump, endorsed Trump. And now Trump has endorsed him, and as far as I can see, Trump Junior, Don Junior is on the road campaigning for JD Vance. And some of the other candidates, by the way, are, you know, obviously very grumpy about this, JD Vance has surged into the first place. In the, in the Senate campaign. Now, this by the way of Ohio was a seat held by kind of a moderate Republican and a nice guy, rob Portman. In fact, a fellow Dartmouth alumnus as I am. And Portman would sometimes come up to me after events at which I'd speak and he'd be like, man, Danish, you really sort of lit the fire under them, didn't you? And this was kind of a jovial way of Portman saying to me, I liked what you said, but, you know, I wouldn't go that far apart, but it was very much one of these one of these members of the Republican establishment. I think that's not where Ohio is anymore. That's not what the Republican Party is anymore. And I think Portman sort of read that, read the tea leaves and realize that it's time for me to exit the stage. And so he's doing that. And now the question becomes, what is what does JD Vance represent? What does this candidacy represent? And I just want to quote a few lines from the campaign trail because they show you that we're dealing now with the voice of a new Republican Party. It's different from, say, the Reagan party of a generation ago, quote we are going to break up the big tech companies, ladies and gentlemen, we have to do it. Republicans didn't talk like this in the 1980s or 90s, by and large, if there were companies, even very dominant companies that had most of the market share, the Republican view was what we like business. One favor of free trade. If a company is really big and got that way just because it beat the market, it outperformed its rivals. It doesn't matter if they kind of have a virtual quasi monopoly. We're going to be okay with that, not JD Vance, not today's Republican Party. And it's ultimately because a company like Twitter or even Facebook or even YouTube or Google. These aren't companies that are a sort of selling widgets. We're talking here about controlling the public square controlling what people get to say in the public arena, the free speech debate in America is conducted on these social media platforms. There's kind of almost nowhere else to have it. There's a very limited you can write a letter to the editor I suppose like you could in the old days, but that's not really where the action is anymore. The New York Times observed and I think they're right that Vance is Tapping into the deep not only discontent, but I would even say rage over identity politics, political correctness. This brow beating of people as racist, this attempt to destroy people's careers and their lives, get them ostracized, get them deplatformed. And a lot of Republicans kind of go silent about this stuff. They're like, I hope it doesn't happen to me. I better be really careful what I say so that I don't get me. I want to be the wildebeest that's eaten last. But not JD events. He'll talk about the wall. He says, we're going to build a wall and then he says this. He says, are you a racist? Does that make you a racist? Do you hate Mexicans? The media calls us racist for wanting to build Trump's wall and the beauty of this is that it's a JD Vance is not afraid of the word. What he's basically saying is the word is losing its meaning, the word is being abused. The left is hijacking the moral capital around this word a moral capital accumulated in the 1950s and 60s by people like Martin Luther King and is now being deployed against people who are not racist. So this is a kind of sleight of hand on the part of the left and what JD Vance is doing is calling it out. He's also, in a way, not afraid to go against globalization. Again, in the Reagan era globalization was something that Republicans and I know this as someone who was the American enterprise institute in the bush years later on at the Hoover institution, globalization by and large was seen to be a pretty good thing. It's actually going to lift the world's living standards, but the devastating effect on American jobs. That's really, and those jobs, of course, a lot of them in Ohio, when a manufacturing state, a lot of the dysfunction in Ohio comes out of the jobs all going away. JD events knows this. Here is a Kim guy a retired nurse at the campaign, and she's asked by The New York Times. Why do you support JD Vance? And she goes, he's lived it, meaning he's lived the hard life that we're living, quote, he had to get down to ramen noodles the last week of the month. The rice with warm milk, he lived it. This is a guy who has lived it..
"waters" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Billy and I are actually both kind of chuckling as right before the segment. She's showing me your hands. And she calls it the clammy. This is when her hands get really sweaty. But to be honest, look at mine. I know kind of the same. We both have really sweaty hands. Is that a bad thing? I don't know. And I don't know why, but we both do. And when we hold hands, it's super funny because it's like super wet and like well, I remember as a kid when I would go to exams. You had the same thing. I did. When I hold a pencil, these eyes are fill out my answers and I'd be writing an exam. I was constantly blowing on my hands. Me too. The teacher would be like, what are you doing? Give me a look. Well, in college, one of my professors said, you should have a sweat gland operation. I was like, oh my gosh, because I would smear the blue books. Oh, you're right. Because the ink was the ink plus the blue lines with smear and oh my goodness. It was not a good thing. But anyway, honey. This week. This is a big day and a big week. A big day because today is the first day the movie 2000 meals can be seen in the theater at 300 theaters pretty much all sold out. I mean, isn't that incredible? Like 98, 99% of all the theaters are sold out. And the second showing, they might be a few tickets, but I don't think many for Wednesday, which is to say, may 4th. But if you don't get tickets, I mean, don't freak out because there's an in home virtual premiere. I've mentioned this on the podcast. Talk about that a little bit. What are we doing? Yeah, so I mean, it's really kind of cool and when you first mentioned it, I thought, what is that? You know, but of course, the germaphobe loves the idea of having a zoom kind of cool experience. We do have a few people in that are coming into be in with us and everything on the actual arena. I mean, it says $25 million stage and studio. So it's like a performance. And in fact, you're going to sing. And then we play the movie and the national anthem then we play the movie. And after that, we will have Eric metaxas, Sebastian gorka. I don't know if Charlie Kirk is coming, then we'll have Catherine engelbrecht and Greg Phillips of true the vote. Me. And live Q&A. So basically for the same price as a movie ticket, you get the virtual premiere. So I think that's a great and then after that, the movie will be available widely for digital download. But we have to do this differently because we had to put it on the uncan syllable platforms. We did on a lot of people are asking us, why don't you have it at more theaters? And the plain truth is we are as small operation and we could really only buy about 300 theaters throughout the country. Well, so this was a different what Debbie's getting at is we actually paid to rent out these theaters, which is in effect. You pay a discounted price but you buy every seat. So we have to put up the cash to do that. And then put the tickets up for sale. And so what Debbie is basically saying is for us to rent like 1200 or 1500 to a thousand theaters. I mean, you do the math. And it's a pretty prohibitive enterprise, but what's nice is that a lot of people are able to see it in the theater. My mom is going tonight. She's so excited. I mean, that's fantastic, right? My mother has not been out because of COVID for two years. So this is like her first outing and oh my goodness, I can not tell you how excited this woman is. I think she is like beside herself. Now, I want to meet you to make a point that you were making to me. We were talking about voting, but not about the fraud issue, but by just voting in general. And you were making the point that traditionally Americans go to the ballot box and they go, okay, there's a Democrat. Okay, there's a Republican. They each have a slightly different vision for the country. Yeah, so that, you know, I was telling you that when I was in college and I was in young Republicans, you know, with the young Democrats, we went out to dinner. A fraternized. It was no big deal. We were kind of just on different sides of the aisle, but but basically similar, right? And all Americans. And all Americans, yeah, that was we were all patriotic. We loved America. Of course, some, you know, somewhere in la Raza that that's a whole other story, but you know, but for the most part, we were Americans and when I was in the Rio Grande valley, I would not hesitate to sing at an event for a Democrat. I mean, I actually did that. So. And that's because Democrats played patriotic music. Absolutely. And again, I had a lot of friends, family, Democrats, but today that is not the case. If you go to the vote to the voting booth and you pull the lever on a D, what you are essentially doing is you're pulling the lever for tyranny because it's the difference between tyranny and freedom. And I told dinesh, I said it's the difference between voting for Venezuela or voting for a free America. I mean, that's it's a stark contrast now. And people need to understand, you know, people complain, oh, the gas, oh, the food, everything's so expensive, housing, all this. But what they don't understand is there's a reason for it. Consciously, there's a reason for it. These Democrats are all for redistribution of wealth. And this is how they achieve it. Would that be saying is that what we're seeing is the conscious and desired result of their policies. I mean, Elon Musk put it a little differently when you said that the conservative today is at the same location on the spectrum as 30 years ago. But what's happened is that the left has pulled a Democratic Party so far left. That he Elon Musk who used to be slightly left of center then is slightly right of center now because the center itself has been yanked. So you're saying we're no dangerous situation. And I'm not even talking about social policy because if you, I mean, if you want to be truthful, the Democratic Party is the party of abortion. There is no, there's no argument there. I mean, that's how they put it. You know? So you're not insulting them. You're describing. You're describing them. And so if you are a religious person and you value life, whether it's from the, from the minute of conception, till death, then how can you vote D? I mean, really. The other thing when you see this movie, I think and bringing us back to the film is I think you'll see why the Democrats are not only the party of Venezuela, but they are the party of doing elections the Venezuela way..
"waters" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"Today is a very big day for me and well, W two for us. The release of the documentary film 2000 mules. This is the first day that people will be able to see it tonight, 7 p.m. in 300 or so theaters. And then again, a second showing on Wednesday this is May 4th, same time, same theaters. Now, you know, I was always gratified because in my earlier films, certainly the last few people would often tell me, at the end of the movie, people stand up and they're fired up and they're moved and they're teary eyed and they applaud and they would say, we've never seen that in a movie. But I predict that with this movie, that will not be the reaction. In fact, that would be a little bit of an inappropriate reaction I predicted as the movie ends and the credits start rolling up. People will sit down and they will be silent and they will be motionless and they will be taking in in a sense digesting the full implications of what they've seen. And I want to discuss what those implications are because in some ways, even my own initial approach when that first partnered with true the vote, we began to look at this evidence. We began to think of it in terms of, well, how do we stop these problems from happening again? I mean, that's kind of a natural place to go. And that's really where we, what we started with, let's get the truth out. People need to know what happened before. So we can ensure that it doesn't happen again. But as we began to look more closely, put the movie together and just think hard about what we're showing and what it means. We realize that that's a little bit of a hasty reaction. Think about it this way. Land. So I'm strong. I was found to have cheated. By using illegal drugs, and he won the Tour de France, what 5, 6, 8 times. And as a result, they took away his medals. Why? Because the basic idea is that if someone cheats, they should be deprived of the fruits of their cheating. So let's think about that in this particular case. Now, here's an article from Jack maskell. This is published by the congressional research service. He's one of their legislative attorneys. And he talks about the constitutional process for validating an election. And he says, you know, something we kind of already know, there are electors, the electors vote. Under certain procedures, there are some provisions for objecting, but once the electors have voted, then both houses of Congress in a sense ratify a joint session ratifies that vote and the president is installed. And the article kind of stops there and stops there for the simple reason that the constitution does not envision a kind of big what if. And the what if is, what if it comes out later? That this victory at the ballot box was achieved through coordinated and massive electoral fraud. What happens in that case? What is the constitution say about that? And the answer is the constitution doesn't say anything about it. Now, interestingly, there are a line of court cases that deal with the issue of fraud, typically in local and state elections this by the way has never happened, at least on this alleged scale in the presidential election. And in general what courts do is they use something called the butt for principle. What's the budget for principle? It basically status question. But for the fraud. Would the result be the same yes or no? And I think I've been trying to apply that principle. In fact, we apply it in a very sort of thoughtful and systematic way in the movie. And there were just not simply a matter of dallying things up and going, well, this is the kind of overall, because of course elections are decided by electoral votes in each state. And so one of the things we do in the movie is we do an inventory state by state. And we apply this so called but for principle. Now, interestingly, in 2000 17, was it 18? Anyway, in the aftermath of the 2016 election, Julia azari wrote an article in 5 38, one of these websites, talking and this is the title. What happens at the election was a fraud, the constitution doesn't say. She's actually discussing what if it turns out that Trump won because of Russia intervention. In other words, what if the 2016 election and this is actually very interesting because it's a liberal talking about what happens if it turns out that the election was fraudulent. And she goes on to make some very interesting points, she says that while the constitution is silent, it puts us in uncharted waters. She talks about an earlier case from 1976 in which a district court heard evidence of fraud. In New York, and the district court basically said this, we don't find in this case enough fraud to overturn the election. Either in New York or to have implications for the presidential election, but the court said, if we did, if we did, and I'm now quoting from the court, it is difficult to imagine a more damaging blow to public confidence in the electoral process than the election of a president whose margin of victory was provided by fraudulent registration or voting ballot stuffing or other illegal means. So this the implication of this, which Julia isari brings out and she says, listen, although the court, in fact, found insufficient fraud to raise this constitutional problem, her point was that the court's implication was that had there been enough, then you would have to raise it. And that's, I think, the position that we are in now. You know, sure we can go back to 1960, the Kennedy Nixon race, what happened in Cook County, Illinois, but I think what we're describing in this movie is really unprecedented. I'm very excited and also very interested to see what the reaction to this film is going to be on the part of Republicans, establishment Republicans, also on the part of the media, and also on the part.
"waters" Discussed on The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast
"At sandy spring bank, we care about people, not transactions. So we concentrate on creating personalized solutions to start or grow a business that provides for your family. To purchase a home that will house the memories you make there. To save. So you can enjoy today and then pass on your legacy to future generations. We believe real banking is a conversation. Let's talk. Visit sandy spring bank dot com slash real. Mortgage home equity and other credit products offered by sandy spring bank. Today is the big day, the release of the documentary film 2000 mules. I'm going to explore how the findings of this documentary, if validated by further investigation, put the country into uncharted constitutional waters. Biden has established a ministry of truth and I'm going to show why it's objective appears to be served to serve as a ministry of lies. Demi joins me, we're going to talk about the upcoming November election and what the real choice is. It's not really quite between the old Republicans and Democrats. And I'll examine the significance of JD vans for the future of the GOP. This is the dinesh d'souza show. America needs this voice. The times are crazy, and a time of confusion, division, and lies. We need a brave voice of recent understanding and truth. This is the dinesh d'souza.
"waters" Discussed on Your Daily Prayer
"When my flesh and my heart fail remind me that my strength is found as it says in psalm 73 26, in you alone. In your mighty name, amen..
"waters" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Other black artists, who hoped to elevate the media's depiction of black characters. Nonetheless, from the moment Ethel started performing. She broke barriers. Throughout her life, there's also evidence that Ethel was sexually fluid. She had relationships with both men and women, including a profound relationship with her fellow performer, Ethel Williams. Ethel belonged to a vibrant queer community of blues singers in the 1920s, including folks like Gladys Bentley, Bessie Smith, and ma Rainey. Near the end of her life, ethylene into religion, and often appeared with evangelist Billy Graham. She even sang at worship service at The White House in 1971. Ethel died on September.
"waters" Discussed on FT Everything Else
"Daniel whom is known as this culinary genius one of the true greats and he's only forty five. He dropped out of school at fourteen to become a competitive cyclist and switzerland and when he got injured he went into food. Okay let's do it. I visited whom a few times at eleven madison park first story. I wrote refugee weekend magazine. The link is in the show notes. When i first met him. I was surprised. He wasn't some intense celebrity chef. Flex some scary guy larger than life. He was tall. Maybe six four but he was softspoken and warm and he had this familiarity to him. It was like he was an old friend. I'd never met before the sort of a soft power. The piece was about chefs grappling. Honestly with what it means to be good and to do good and has changed. Since the pandemic i visited whom because in may he hit the food world with a pretty big announcement. Eleven madison park was going entirely plant based as an environmental choice vegan. It's the first restaurant of its caliber to do so. And so why not put the creativity that we have to make that future more delicious and more magical more exciting. It's exciting to struggles. But whom search for a new direction actually started years ago after winning world's best restaurant before the win. He says that he and his staff had this collective goal be the best they were all aligned. It gave them structure and then all of sudden near number one. And then what where you going now. And now that was chief and now everyone had a different idea right but snacks. I got pulled in so many different directions and it was really really hard for me. Who quite come to an answer by the time the pandemic hit but at that point eleven madison park had a bigger problem than purpose. Anyway they had to survive like so many restaurants they had to lay off staff. They had prohibitive bills. They were talking to bankruptcy. Lawyers and a lot of restaurants in the city stayed afloat for those months by feeding hungry new yorkers. The government gave them a little money to cook meals. Whom used his own nonprofit rethink food to cook meals in his kitchen and deliver them to people in need. I started to feel. Oh my god. That's why i was telling you about the number one empty and now connecting with food in a whole new way in the magic the way i felt the magic for food many many years and i kind of lost it a little bit and i see these people coming up to say. Oh my god this active last meal. I've ever had you know three dollar meal that costs four. I was invited to try. Eleven madison park in august. And the meal was what i can only describe as a four and a half hour long fever dream a meal there now as before is up to twelve courses and cost three hundred and thirty five dollars per person but now it's all plants and it includes a donation of five meals to rethink. Their biggest performance was a beat. Which was con- feed. Dehydrated smoked grilled and then baked in a nest of herbs over three days and then it was cracked open in a clay pot at our table unearthed from the nest and played it it wild that night whom looked really happy. Every time i looked up he was sitting at a different table talking to a different guest. He seemed to be basking in the glow of a risky bet that had paid off. I visited a few weeks later. And whom brought me into the kitchen. He pointed to a prominent row of glass door. Refrigerators they were in front of us. Like display cases. Can i ask you one. Question is Can you tell me what this looks like. When you were serving. You see these Last refrigerator they were actually build to dry. H are duck which was a signature dish. You know people will come in the kitchen and see these stocks and be excited about the process and sort of one night when i went on a run during the pandemic in central park I had sort of decision of these windows hosts pandemic and it became these beads. That we are Baking in this klay pods But sort of like. That's sort of the window into the restaurants very different window. It's very different window but much happier now. You know not. Every restaurant has the luxury of charging three hundred and thirty five dollars for a meal whom has a platform and power most chefs. Don't they have to pick and choose how to do good or even if they can afford to. They can't just go plant based a lot of them are still trying to give their employees health insurance. Whom kept referring to that switch as a responsibility as a chef. I've seeing the food system being broken for a long time. And i've been guilty myself of kind of turning an eye turning you know. What do you find a blend is. We're all we're all guilty of ignoring it. And if the world celebrates me as a pushing the boundaries of culinary i. There's no way i can do it. I did before because that's not pushing anything. The world does not need and other preparation of our duck. It just doesn't. I mean what could be the trickle down impact of what you're doing. What can chefs do who are still trying to make ends meet. I do believe that this is changing completely the company. What we've done has opened up doors for others. I mean look. Alice waters wanted the most important restaurants in my opinion in the history of this country yet. He's speaking here about the legendary founder of the restaurant chez police in berkeley california. She popularized the farm-to-table movement. Alice waters is the original champion of buying your produce locally organically and in season. She's the reason. Farmers markets are cool. Well first of all jumped happy any preconceptions of what you're going to cook for you say go with completely open month. That's waters herself. The matriarch of doing good. When i spoke with her recently virtually. I couldn't help but ask her first to take me to the farmers market. I say i'm looking for some extra look back at asked me actually. I'm so beautiful by me. Here's a woman who did the thing who is trying to deal. She created a profound shift in the food world. And it has trickled down this month. Marks fifty years since water started shape unease and. I wanted to know where someone who's really done it goes next. We have to have food to that. It's a universal and so is education. She wants to change how the whole country eats. And that's a big endeavor and it felt like she was bracing o'clock in her mind. The most efficient use of her power is to get food education into schools as early as possible and feed. Students healthy organic school lunches from kindergarten. I feel an urgence. If we don't teach the next generation the values thing me on channel together we will not succeed.
"waters" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast
"Result heading in to the gulf match this week the bmw championship in caves valley fifteen miles northwest of baltimore. The last time the pga tour had an event in baltimore was when john f. kennedy was president a long time ago and they'll be caves valley golf club which is right by where the baltimore ravens train and i can tell you that if i could pick one place in the world to be this weekend it would be there to drive down to baltimore to see this happened this huge event. I need to pick the winner. The second place team. We have an idea of who they're gonna pick. I'm going to be consumed and obsessed with demand. The golfer that i picked this past week i went to northern trust. Had jordan speaks followed him collar mark. How patrick canley for all eighteen holes on thursday. Watch them the entire time. When they got done. I went over to jordan speed and thanks for the entertainment. Little disappointed he when plus one on thursday even more disappointed with his finnish. Never seen somebody. I've never seen somebody get to eagles on to holds the way that he did on friday and then back to back. Triple bogeys on monday. When the tournament continued he was all over. The map is a great golfer. But he's a tough week last week. Calamar cow while walked over to him at the end of the round shook his hand and he thanked me is genuinely his life sleazy could for following him all eighteen holes. Are you kidding. One of the greatest golfers in the world the winner of the british open. And he's thanking me in a genuine way for following him and got the chance to meet. Patrick canley as well and appreciate what those guys doing. Entertainment they provide. But there's no golfer that i'm going to care about more than the one that i picked this weekend and i must pick somebody that i have not chosen the last twelve weeks. I have been agonizing over this decision for the last two or three days. The decision is about to be turned in. We will see. We will update the results of the gulf pool next week but the week last week at the northern trust unforgettable and this weekend at the golf club in baltimore caves valley golf club. I know this is going to be memorable in a very pleasant or unpleasant way. We shall see and before we sign off on today's episode. Let me quickly tell you that. Thirty for thirty podcasts. And the undefeated present the king of crenshaw this four part series examines how nipsy hustles life death and legacy impacted the sports world particularly the nba. Here damore the rosen. Isaiah thomas and demarcus cousins among others explore the realities of life is a black man in america..
"waters" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast
"I'm from europe and from prague and places like that and Before kobe was set to go out last summer all of august and take my whole family camps. All around germany planned for code last week. I got a request to do a podcast guys from ireland. And so i agreed to do it. And i went on there and i could not believe how much they knew about my life and football in the states and the questions they were asking it was incredible and they told me that football in ireland. Shoot up kitchen. Obviously these guys doing this podcast. They must have a big following and they knew so much blew me away. That's exploded over there. So so that's why. I want somebody digital and then since then it's just grown that crazy so it's become a really cool thing because a lot of the stuff that young order backs it slips through the cracks either. The coach doesn't know it. The middle school coach doesn't know that time to talk about it so i've got content there. It's like well. Here's who's actually walking. Who right i mean you know. Coach has got to install it and then you go all of a sudden play game boom but we didn't get to slow it down and really learn it so i just. I continually populate content in there just to help. This is the most complex position in all of sports. Right i mean. This isn't just something that you know. Just pick up a bat and swing it right And so the the importance of young players. Like if you're not developing with somebody at a young age it's kinda too late. This position is getting very refined. And there's a lot of good coaches out there so Suggests that for him and it's been a great resource in this season. I've got a bunch of stuff. Also have guests come on right so some balls out on saturday in college. Come on sunday and talk about it with the members. That's kind of cool suit. So if we had a guest now who might be the week one. Guess you gotta guess who's gonna ball out on opening day georgia's got clemson so i think jd. But i i'm i'm really excited man. Throw a name. I'm really excited for kate mcnamara in michigan. So i know you're in a lump Just so you know jim. Harbaugh has quarterback cade mcnamara within six grade. He's a real guy. Is she. And forgive me for not even knowing this and i should and i will but i'm not there yet. Is kate macnamara. Projected to store for michigan opening day. He's been announced as the starter. Yes shows you how much. I know about michigan football right right. Like a minimum of one point committed to notre dame de committed and went to michigan. So you're gonna like more okay. And and what. She like is a quarterback. Give me an idea of what. I'm going to see when i watch eight mcnamara play. I'm not setting expectations. But i i the only person i can compare him to in terms of how he approaches the game. Tom brady this kid since seventh grade. Takes everything serious. And there's been a pattern if there's teammates of his. Who aren't that tough or who don't really want to do that. Don't really wanna work that hard. Those players don't like i. We'll be paying attention to k- mcnamara we'll be paying attached to qb summit digital would be paying attention to sam darnold joe bar and all the quarterbacks you've trained tutor during the all season join. I really appreciate things in today. Thanks for having me. On out there is jordan palmer who trains a number of nfl veteran..
"waters" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast
"Zooms helping young quarterbacks develop ahead of the pack. Somebody who's trained. Nfl quarterbacks during the off season somebody's got tremendous insight into them without further. Ado jordan palmer tour. We're getting ready to head into a big season. The i seventeen game season. You say your off season working with a number of nfl quarterbacks. Give me an idea. Some of the guys you work with and what you're expecting to see added them this season Will for some of the young guys I spent a lot of time Whichever lawrence and it was an interesting time because You know when he landed in california he did. He was unaware of the shoulder. Injury torn left rotator cuff and so Found that The whole process of bump in the pro day up Throwing and and And obviously the jaguars selecting him and and in the process of rehabbing getting better so it was just a very unique off season for trevor for sure and one nacre me. I've never bumped a pro day up eight weeks. You know bumped went back a week or so but never up eight weeks so in nine. It was fun watching him. Kind of develop in also. He had a lot of life. Changes you know you got you got married. And just a bunch of a bunch of life happening for him Obviously he's at the center of a lot of conversations and has been for a long time. so so trevor. was one of the young guys chambers. Shell a guy who who's With the chiefs. Right now. And i've made many comments that he's before the draft. I don't care what i don't. I don't know if he's going to get drafted and i don't care what round but i think he's gonna play twelve years and they just released the guy. He was competing with Yesterday so it looks like he's going to be a great addition for the room in kansas city and And then on the veterans side of things. Josh allen sam donaldson low temperature borough pile alan who had basically identical injury to dak prescott in So the rehabilitation of that and and He is he came back And then you have a bunch of younger guys and was able to cross basil. The tennessee recite ends running backs. His guys have their their Their players out here. And i've been spending more time. Last year's with the pass catchers the titans Receivers and running backs so is able to work with a lot of rookies in a lot of a lot of veterans law. Let's get back to lawrence a second so far. Urban meyer is not named him. Starting quarterback what is your take on. What's going on there. And the way that he's performed this preseason we'll it's interesting and because he's the number one pick and because what's happened the last two years with the number one pick it's a head scratcher as to why you wouldn't name him the starter on draft day. It's just go ahead and go forward with it. But adam you you've been doing this a long time. What he's doing what what urban is doing whichever right now was the nor three or four years ago. I can think of all sorts of guys that i just that i've worked with. Who split reps all the way through training camp split reps di weren't even named the starter even though it was their team. I mean to shawn watson split repsol through camp as a rip going into his rookie year and then they named tom savage the starter and then he benched tom savage at half time and then john watson was named the starter at halftime. We want any look back and we'll wells a waste of fifty percent of these reps. This dude could've been getting better. And then kyle. Mary comes on and they just roll with them. And then joe borough last year. They just roll with them. And so it's only really a head scratcher because of what the last two t the way that the last two organizations that selected quarterback number one have behaved and And now you can make an argument. She's a good player and he's proven and all that you've already made your decision. Hey can take travelers number one. So i'm more on the side of give him every rep possible because adam. Here's an interesting piece of this. And i had a. I was chargers Niners practice on friday. And i was talking to a A bigger name former head coach. And we're we're we're talking afterwards about this and he brought up a great point and said you know it's not just the young player that needs reps. It's the other players that need reps with that. Young blair right solicit let's say kinship with jaguars Have a veteran center. That center needs to know what things that trevor doesn't see it like we can talk about in meetings that You know the quarterback's going to point to the will linebacker ray like that. Senator needs to know what trevor knows and doesn't know and so he's gotta get those reps and so. It's not just the reps that trevor needs the whiteout. No under getting a feel for. How trevor is gonna throw this ball the old line getting feel for how trevor is gonna call this and and so. That's why i'm more on the side of if he's gonna be your started giving every possible. Now you worked with. Sam darnold josh allen. You give me some other quarterbacks that we work during the off-season jordan. Yes sam. Darnold josh allen kyle. Alad spent a lot of time. With joe borough as he's gone through his rehabilitation and then as basically once he got cleared to throw a we kind of put some work together and then this was a big off season. I worked with a more college guys than i ever have. Passed and a lot of guys that are coming out next year. So we're going to go into those college guys in a moment. But gimme what we're going to see this year. From sam darnold and joe borough being that you worked intimately with bill during the off season. Well i think you know an interesting one because And i know it's a new regime over there but you know if you look at sam situation last year and the situation that he stepped into right now. It's pretty interesting because team is starts off with the same right. Everybody has the same salary cap. Everybody you know. Everybody has the same financial backing.
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