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"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"In to all the games that happened yesterday. Winners and losers. How those matchups are gonna work out as we move forward. Today, we've got another great slate of games. The Wizards and 70 Sixers started softened one o'clock Lakers and sons are on ABC and ESPN Radio at 3 30 Hawks. Knicks foreign five seed in the East at seven o'clock tonight. Then you've got Grizzlies and the Jazz one versus eight in the west at 9:30 P.m.. If Peter Burns always does this if you had the keys to a private jet. You're leaving Miami this morning. Which game would you want to see in person? You can only choose one. A lot of fun stars and all of these games. Frankly, that would be fun to watch in person. I don't know why Peter Burns has to fly private. I mean, I like what he's doing there, but there are commercial flights. I think they go to all of these cities where these games are, so I don't know what we're doing with the PJ, But I'm down to get on a PGA at any point. So if I had to board one today to go to a game Honestly, I'd probably go Lakers Suns, even though I don't necessarily think that's actually going to be the most interesting Syriza amongst the teams. I think that For me. Hawks Knicks is the Syriza that has a ton of question marks, and obviously they're both coming off of significant postseason droughts and rebuilds and I think that that is going to be a fun series. I don't have a sense for who's going to win that Syria's I do think with Lakers Suns, though. Obviously you want to see LeBron I think it's fun. A fun story here with Chris Paul is well on the other side of that one. The signs are like the most disrespected two seed in the history of the world, right like I think there's one part I think Bobby marks is the only person at ESPN who chose the sons in this Syriza's Everyone's choosing the seven seed Katie in this Syriza Lakers Suns and I feel a little bad for the sighting to regard but I'm one of them. I'm also taking the Lakers in this series because If I was a gambling woman, I'm not betting against LeBron James. Okay, Well, you're not alone. J. Williams, host of Keyshawn J. Well and Zubin. He agrees. Every team has flaws me, especially for the Lakers. Two guys coming off injuries where they find that chemistry. Where's the outside shooting for the Lakers is a narrative that always follows his basketball team. I like that. They grind it out and let the one thing you know when you're going to play against Phoenix. Yeah, the banana boat boys. Banana boat boys will be back competing against each other. Cp three, But the fact is look there young basketball team. This is a better in basketball team. They should be the favorite. That's actually a very good point. In terms of you know the sons being young, although they do have a veteran leader, and Chris Paul, who I think is one of the best leaders in the league, But I feel bad for the sons and then the qualified for the post season for the first time in a decade. They climb all the way up to number two in the West, only to be forced to play LeBron James Anthony Davis and the Lakers in the first round after L A, you know, sunk in the standings because they had so many different injuries that they were trying to overcome so I feel bad. For the Phoenix Suns in that instance, and I hate that everybody's picking the Lakers, but In my mind. I hope they prove everybody wrong. I think they're so gifted and so much fun to watch. They certainly have been, you know, and throughout the regular season, and you know, in the times that the Lakers and sons matched up in that regular season they played three times May 9th the most recent where you know the Lakers actually 11 23 21 10. LeBron was inactive for that one. But the other two games On in March, both in March, the sons 11 11 to 94 1, 14 to 1 of four and LeBron James played on March 2nd and he scored 38 points in the center still able to beat him, so they've won two out of three. Against the Lakers. Now, hopefully that can give him some kind of confidence as they go into this first round. But it'll be interesting to see now that LeBron James and Anthony Davis are close to being full strength and healthy again. How that a bold for Ah young team in the sun, So that's a good one into your point about the Hawks and the Knicks. I think it's going to be I really gritty one eye experts are saying, you know the next pretty defense versus Atlanta's finesse filled offense. You know who's going away out there, but No Alan Hahn, host of Barton Han. He thinks it's going to be a close one, too. It's going to be. I think a very even serious I really do and I think it's and I know it's 45. So they're supposed to be right. A 45 Syriza's supposed be even because of the closeness in the seedings. Have the same exact record, and despite the fact that the Knicks were three you know against Atlanta this year, which is how they got the fourth seed. I feel like these air very evenly matched teams and there's a couple reasons why number one. They both have good benches. They both have good veterans coming off those benches. They also both have Core young players, and I include Randall because he's only the sixth season. I have never been to the postseason is their first borrow it for a so for them. It's all new experience. Right? So for them, it's also who is going to shine and who might be a little overwhelmed by it. I think both coaches are great coaches. They both are great coaches, and they've also got some really fun players, right? Obviously we all of watching Trey Young. I think it's interesting. A guy that grew up in my neck of the woods and play for Kentucky down the street from me. Julius Randle. I mean, who would have thought that this guy would jump from 28% from behind the arc to 41% in his seventh season like he's somebody that I found is hitting his stride. He's been great for the next and in their resurgence to prominence Finally, so it'll be interesting to see how these two teams fare against one another Could New York when the first round On, then move on to face the 76 years. I mean, that would be great for the city of New York. I know they've been waiting a long, long, long time for this. It'll be interesting to see what kind of fight Atlanta puts up. And so for the winner of this round in New York and Atlanta, waiting on the other side, and I hate to just dismiss the Wizards like this, but It's going to be the Philadelphia 76 years and my question to you, Amber is do you feel like they have the easiest road ahead to make it to the Eastern Conference finals? Well, they certainly don't have the most difficult. There's that and listen. There was the one seed right. That's the advantage of the one seed. I don't mean to discredit what Russell Westbrook has done this year. Obviously, he's an unbelievably fun player to watch. That's going to be a lot of fun today. What Bradley Beal is done for that team. I'm with you, though. I think that the 76 years role in that syriza and they have easy street to get to the conference championship if they're able to, But you know whether we get the Hawks or the Knicks..
Why Would Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow?
"We are back final hour. It's been a fun show. We appreciate you being here. A lot of conversation with my Mike smith earlier. We also talked to dennis dodd. Another conversation predictably has been tim. Tebow we've given you a lot of reaction on that in the mike cannon bom from espn former gm jets dolphins. He's been here a couple of times. He had this to say earlier today. On keyshawn jay will and zubin about understanding the signing. I don't like it. I just don't see the upside in this move. He's thirty four years old. He would be a backup. I just don't know of thirty four year old players that can come in and be back place special teams and you're taking away a roster spot from hopefully a young developmental player that could grow with a young nucleus obviously led by trevor lawrence. And to me this is probably through the lens of urban. Meyer saying a decade. And a half ago tim tiba was the most competitive guy i've ever been around and he can help set the culture. If i was in that building what i would be pushing back saying coach. That may be true but in the nfl as you well know. Players needs to be led by players. They believed can take them to where they wanna go and as a backup tight end. I just don't think tim tebow would have that same credibility as he wants dave when he was the starting quarterback in florida. He also questioned whether tibo could even makes a team. I just don't see how he makes the team or urban and he's a really good coach he he's been historically great college but i just don't know he has to earn a spot and he's given a spot. That's gonna cause a big problem because players weren't have a chance to win and again to me just putting on my lens of a general manager and roster construction if you're not a starter in the nfl with only forty six players dressing you have to play special teams so my question. is tim. tibor thirty four years old going to cover cover kicks that remains to be seen. Now if he doesn't earn it does a totally different discussion. But i don't think you could sign him and say hey. He definitely has a spot on this team.
North Carolina Tar Heels basketball coach Roy Williams retires
"North Carolina coach Roy Williams announced his retirement after 18 seasons coaching the Tar Heels. I feel very fortunate that we've had him for so long, it's such a high level. One of the great coaches in the game of basketball more reaction to the retirement of UNC legend Roy Williams with over 900 wins and three national championships to his name. When asked about why he chose to retire now, Williams said, quote every time somebody asked me how long I was going to go. I'd always say as long as my health allows me to do it, But deep down inside, I knew the only thing that would speed that up. Was if I did not feel that I was any longer the right man for the job. I no longer feel that I'm the right man for the job. Williams went unbeaten in March Madness first round matchups. 29 You know until this year, the first round loss to Wisconsin breaking the streak. Sixers Garden national champion with UNC Danny Greene talked on Keyshawn J. Will and Zubin about his former coach, and what made him so legendary. He's been doing a strong as I've been alive and he's been a legend since then, since before probably I was born and he's a legendary stuff before me and during my time there and after He's one. You know a number of championships, and that's not even that doesn't speak on his success to me what he's done off the court and what he's pledged that school in other schools, eyes helped out in the community there, North Carolina and you know not just there, but many places in the world. So to me, that just speaks legendary. You know, outside the court just many ways you could be, um You know, a legend is many ways. You can be a hero. As many ways you could be a champion and world wins is the definition of all those. Those things even said the in before I was born. ESPN College basketball analyst Jay Billa spoke on Spain and Fitz about who could be a successor to Williams at UNC. I think it'll have to be somebody within the Carolina family. So the first thing you think of his Hubert Davis, who played there for Dean Smith, that has been a system under Roy Williams, the last 89 years. Some like that, and Um, you know, the only the only thing that people would bring up with Hubert is he has not yet been a head coach, but he's played a million years. The MBA there, you know, Roy Williams had never been a head coach when he took over Kansas, so I'm not all hung up on this head Coach thing. I think it's great. I'd rather I'd rather have Ah, someone with head coaching experience that not, But when you got somebody's got his Hubert, I wouldn't hesitate to make that higher. But also that the other one that I think Will be right in the mix of those West Miller, the head coach of UNC Greensboro, He played for Roy Williams on the 05 National championship team as backup guard and he's been an outstanding music, really young head coach. UNC Greensboro, and he's done really well there, but for the last couple of tournaments that were held, and he had a really good team this year with Isaiah Miller is his best player, making the double A. So he's He's another really good option
Are the Packers Preparing for Life After Aaron Rodgers?
"Take a listen to our friend. Chris canty who was on keyshawn. Jay will zubin. The packers are telling you that prepares you for life. After aaron rodgers one front last season was with the personnel. This front. This offseason is with the financial house and making sure that they can have aaron rodgers on a year to year proposition rather than committing cab dollars and resources to in future years so i think that this is mark murphy in his roundabout way of saying. We're getting ready for life after aaron rodgers. We don't know exactly when that is because we gave him that contract in two thousand eighteen. We're going to be the ones to determine when exactly that happens. Not the player you heard them. The packers are preparing for life after aaron rodgers. No doubt obviously. They drafted now first of all that they really liked to take jordan. Love means that they didn't decide this year. We're going to take a quarterback they. They decided within like a two to three year window. Probably when we see a quarterback. We think we will be great. We're going to grab him and that we could actually get in the draft because they usually have a good record and jordan love they grabbed. They think he's going to be the next great one. When you look at the packers time between store and brett farve but you know as pretty you know breakfast starring brett farve and then during brett forbes rain they draft aaron rogers and rogers even better than fourth. Now they have gordon love. They're preparing for life after aaron rodgers. The thing is what tom brady just showed you. Is these dudes playing to their mid forties nowadays early mid forties. Who knows how much time. Rogers has
"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"And Zubin Mahanta. Russell Wilson and Seahawks were filled and calls a year ago about Russell Wilson's availability. But you you would have stopped it outta here again. And you still and I'm still to this day situations are different. You gotta think about Brady Situation versus Russell Wilson versus Jerry Golf. Matthew Stafford Russell Wilson doesn't have major issues with Seattle, Seattle that have major issues with Russell Wilson. He's a fixing. They gave him the money that he wanted. Now all of a sudden, he wants to dabble in a little bit of personnel decisions, which he should As a quarterback here. If you wanna talk about the running back, a couple we see was we may want to take a look at our tidy it. I have no issues with that. He should be allowed to have those conversations. He shot J Will and Zubin weekday mornings at six Eastern on ESPN Radio. You're smart speaker or on ESPN News. The Australian Open. The world's best compete down under in tennis is first major of the year. No, like Djokovic looks to defend his crown as Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal set their sights on a record breaking Grand Slam title particular tonight, he's gonna take it. Go on. Plus more. The Australian Open where anything is possible continues through February, 21st on the networks of ESPN. Today and go like junior. I'll mend one portion of my statement when I said Patrick Home deserve zero. Blame for the way that things went The Super Bowl. I'll call statement. Dominique Fox Worth once made absolute surfer babies and stupid people. So there's no 0 100% here. Patch of the home shares some, but.
"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"zubin" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Zubin Magenta. Would have to figure out how to get to shine deal done, and I would sell the shine on the fact that he could be in New York. And if he wins big in New York, he could surpass Patrick Mahomes and he could surpass yes if he wins in New York. If he wins a Super Bowl in an MPB. He's going to pass Patrick Mahomes, John J. Willing Zubin weekday mornings at six Eastern on ESPN radio. War streaming live on the ESPN app. General night on ESPN Radio on the ESPN app. Kyrie Irving finally returns to the Brooklyn Nets. Having me back addressed the team dressed everybody that need to be addressed. Now move on to ball Dominant guys, You had a third one to the mix. It's gonna get a little bit muddled out their reaction around the sports world to the disturbing news from the New York Mets organization. We're not yet in a place where women can speak up without penalty, even when men admitted powerful discussions about the lack of minority coaching hires in the NFL before for white coaches is he's done enough to prove That he deserves an opportunity. And that's what black coaches are not yet. This is SportsCenter all night. Now. Here's J. Reynolds changes in New York. That's straight ahead. SportsCenter all night, ESPN radio, the ESPN APP Sirius XM Channel 80. And yes, for a second straight night. Baseball making offseason headlines will have more on that in.
"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Pulling away from the magic. We're back on Monday, continuing to discuss the new look nets. I'll tell you why Keyshawn is wrong. And then that should be the favorites to win the 2021 MBA title. Keyshawn, Jalen Zubin, six Eastern on ESPN radio. Easy if it's if it's a pretty common always appreciate you joining us and Freddy Simmons presented by progressive insurance on ESPN radio, the ESPN officers except challenge 80. And so I guess I'll try to hang out with us to hear Thanks, Goodyear Hotline, So we had a chance of urban Meyer. Back in the football game in charge of pretty much everything, even though he's the coach, but pretty much in charge of everything with the jacks with Jaguars. He had a chance to speak about that today. But in you spoke on the correlation between what he's trying to do and what are already been done in a similar situation when Jimmy Johnson left Miami and took over the Dallas Cowboys and Freddie know what's crazy is that we talked about that last night. Where, When I went a This is this is very early, similar to Jimmy going to Dallas from Miami being the Hurricanes? Well, a guy who was there right all the sudden, urban Meyer says today, this press conference. I talked to Jimmy Johnson about what it takes to go. Being an accountable and powerful college coach to the NFL guy who was there when Jimmy first took over. The Cowboys joins us right now. I got a good year..
"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The first half. Final score. Alabama 52, Ohio State 24 the Crimson Tide of now 1 13 National Championships in the AP poll era That is the most Nick's saving is now 17. Howard Football National Championships that is the most as he breaks the tie with the legendary Bear Bryant. Saving. This is only his second ever unbeaten team. Mack Jones lost in all this five touchdown pass. We're back on Tuesday, recapping the college football playoff national championship and another title for Nick Saving. So this championship number seven put him ahead of my coach coach K. Would discuss on Keyshawn Jaquilla Zubin six Eastern on ESPN radio. Chicago's home for sports. ESPN. 1000 followers on the gram at ESPN underscore Chicago. This is Freddy and Fitzsimmons. Hello, family and radio. On the ESPN app. Don't you get it sends a pretty common of Freddie Anthony Simmons on ESPN radio. The ESPN happens is actually channel 80 Man. Oh, man, it was looking pretty good early night. Have a good ball game was 21 17, Alabama leading Ohio State in the national.
WNBA players celebrate Warnock's projected win over Loeffler
"Right. Before the insurrection at the capital there was two senate runoff elections that the country had their is on in one of them. The reverend raphael warnock defeated the incumbent. Appointed senator kelly leffler in georgia. Kelly leffler for about ten years has been a partial owner of the atlanta dream of the wnba. She's now the majority owner but she's been around the team for now ten or eleven years and you may have heard her own players and much of the wnba is diametrically opposed to everything that leffler stands force. It was a very interesting situation to see everything develop earlier this week. And then how it works in the team dynamic for more on that. Let's welcome and renee. Montgomery actually a guard for the atlanta dream. She joins us this morning. She's actually rejoining us this morning a second time. She's been on with this. Good morning to you so i guess the first thing i gotta ask you is being a member of the team and understanding everything. That's going on on the floor in off the floor. What's the reaction of you and your teammates to misled losing this election. So i'm just gonna speak for myself and the reaction is. It's not even just her losing. Its rafael worn off. One and i wanna make sure that the messaging stays clear because there's some things that happened on january six is trying to take away from the fact that a black man is going to send it a jewish man from georgia's going to send it and we won the presidential race so i would say for me. It's a sweep. it's a three no sleep. So the the the feeling is happy. Rene speaking of january six. What are your thoughts on everything that occurred that day. Yeah you know. It's kinda like we all felt something was gonna happen. I was worried after november. Third ominously like when when the number started tied and we could see that joe biden. Really my win this thing you know. We all started to get a little nervous even here in georgia the aquarium shutdown coach color. They all boarded up their their buildings because we were all expecting some type of reaction and not a good one so then to see what happened on january six and see the lack of policing that was there it was it was disappointing and most call a spade a spade. It was terrorism. Domestic terrorism is the term that we should use for that renee montgomery innately. Sorry thanksgiving i was going to say what is say about the platform that the wnba has like you guys like even a month before. Colin kaepernick took a knee in two thousand sixteen. The wnba pre-game conference about police brutality. You guys were black. Lives matters t shirts before it was even a thing. Guys always been the leader at the forefront say about the platform that you guys have in the work that you guys have been doing you know. I hope people start to licking because a lot of brands. A lot of sponsors. They don't see the value in in women would say 'cause you know. I think i saw a tweet. From china robinson that said of sponsorship for women athletics how chow especially now knowing the impact that a women's league not just so a player but a whole week and have i don't understand why there's no interest but i do hope that just seeing how things transpired and how everyone to see what's going on. I hope that there is some value added to women now. Renee montgomery of the atlanta dream is joining us. This morning on keyshawn jay williams zubin were presented by progressive. Insurance and rene is with us on the goodyear hotline to robinson by the way. Espn women's college basketball analyst shaina. Yes shoutout. I want to ask you this because people may not want to go back to leffler because i think this is just so fascinating with how clear she's been in how clear you guys have been She used to be for people. That aren't aware that maybe don't follow the dream on everyday basis. She used to be a constant present. at games. a practice you'd be a team functions. He was always be sitting in the front row. She was very active owner. Obviously things have changed when she went to the senate got other responsibilities. I just wonder what your relationship is with her. The team's relationship with her you know even before the senator race i would just fear before the games. We've been to her house. Where team function. But i mean any of the players know you're not usually best friends with owner in general you know you typically would talk more to your g Even when it comes to contracts and stuff so we did see her there and we would wait and she was you know. I know that she released herself. From you. know day to day duties as she became a senator but she was president and the wnba. I know probably the letter was her trying to distance herself. Thing is how she's republican and the wnba. Is you know highly majority. Lgbt in black and brown community. So i can understand why she's trying to distance ourselves but it wasn't the case beforehand. Rene we're kind of personal discussions if any at all have you had. We'll often about social justice nine. I'm you know this was a typical owner-player relationship. So you know. I never talked to my minnesota on her about social justice. And i know that this time is is different but by the time that all of these things try Started to unfold. You know it was already. She was already too far. gone by. then how do you feel now that everything is transpired and she still co owner of the team for me and this is gonna be unpopular to say but for me. I'm sure she's not the only owner. That probably feels the way she feels. And so i hope that the wnba and hope that you know even her you know i. I've already posed the question. I don't know why he would want to own a wnba team. If you have to write a letter to the commissioner opposing. Everything that that team is standing for you know. Our team is the atlanta dream. And i don't know if people know that's from martin. Luther king's dream speech. That's how we got our name so if you oppose everything that we fundamentally stand for. I don't see how you can build a relationship there. I don't know why you'd want to be there
"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Distant, Thank you for listening to Keyshawn J Woman Zubin this past year and also in 2021. What's the image of 2020? Is there something that grabs your attention says This is what 2020 like. If you could. Somehow capture a bald eagle. Plan over a Dumpster fire. During a rainy day but also rainbow showing That's 2020 right there. Perhaps no athlete on the planet embody the word change more than bubble. Wallace 2020. In the past, the 27 year old was reluctant to speak out on racial injustice He wanted to be known for his town on the track, not his status is the only black driver national In May, the videos of the Ma robbery and George Floyd sparked an awakening within him. He implored his fellow drivers to join him and taking action way had good conversations. A lot of it was sponsors. I got stuff can't really they don't want us to talk about it. I got get it from that standpoint and also get it from Thea Other side of Doesn't affect me. I don't have talk on It's so much bigger than you. And that's what's.
"zubin" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Go Home Voices from Indigenous Indigenous North America. Tara Sinclair. Sara. Good afternoon. Thanks and welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Thanks for having us on and Robert or knowledge. For the purposes of this show. We're gonna call him Zubin. Robert, You prefer Zubin? You prefer Robert Zoom in. Pushers. Steuben, okay? And this I mean, that's important because of what you guys talk about in this book, you know, we we make We tend to make. I tend to make many, many mistakes when it comes to talking to people, not identifying people correctly and not asking the right questions. So Sarah The purpose of the book. You're in Orel. Historian Correct. That's right. Studied this at Columbia University. Yeah, I did. I went Tombo to 2012 2013 on Di arrived in the oral history program, Really with an eye on using world history to amplify indigenous stories. You are indigenous. I am. Yeah. My father is a creative way. Peg was Nation which is a first nation where Canadian side of the border people and Peg Wiz is about an hour and a half north of the city of Winnipeg. And yet your last name is Sinclair. Yes. Harrison Scottish blood in there somewhere. OK, well, it does happen. You know it Z interesting when you talk about in your forward and some of the people? Well, first of all, before we get into the content of the book, working people find the book. It's an amazing book, by the way. Thank you so much. Thank you. You can find the book. If you're listening in the States, which I assume most of you are. You can go to the Haymarket website. That's our publisher in the States. And if by chance you're in Canada, our publisher in Canada is Fernwood publishing. Okay, and the book is laid out How There's essentially you're the editor right? I'm the editor. Yes. So I kind of I am the editor and I also hope that as you read it, you sort of feel like I'm your guide. The idea Putting together the book was we had this sort of overarching central question, which is What is it like to be a citizen of a nation within a larger nation whose fundamental political, cultural, social and spiritual desires or so often at odds I mean, the idea was to put together a collection of stories that would amplify certain issues that contemporary indigenous people are facing, both as individuals and within their their larger communities and nations. S O. I traveled for about two years, interviewing people, both on both sides of the border. So in Canada and the United States and got to travel pretty broadly and interview people. On Ben would come back to Brooklyn and would edit so ultimately, the book is a collection of 12 standalone narratives. Each narrative is somebody's life story. So it's their story that's grounded in like a larger, longer historical and social and political arc. But it is an individual first person narrative that seeks to amplify both the life story but also some larger issue that is universal or at least not uncommon in Indian country Today, Sarah Sinclair's one of our guests how we Go home Voices from indigenous indigenous North America. And towards the back of the book. There's a really helpful little chapter called 10. Things we can do. We'll get into that as well, because I mentioned that I make mistakes all the time. And how I dress Native American people. I think we can all learn Ah lot. Ah And I so Sarah, I was going to ask if you ever come through Santa Fe. But then I remember that one of the one of the narrator is one of the stories is in Santa Clara. Which is Espanola essentially so just north of here, so obviously you came through here. Did I know it was one of the wonderful things about working on the book was the travel that I was able to take towards it, and the trip to the Southwest ended up being a great excuse for a family road trip. S o. My then three year old son and my husband and I, We never been out that way. So we flew to Phoenix, stayed with friends and Phoenix for a couple days and then drove up to the Grand Canyon drove through the Navajo Nation. I did a couple interviews in the Navajo Nation, which ultimately didn't make it into the book. But then on to Santa Clara Pueblo to interview Mary and Iran. Ho, who's Negative is in the book, as you say, and then we did. But we ended that trip in Santa Fe. We stayed for a couple nights in Santa Fe just to enjoy. That was beautiful. Well, it's a good town just to hang out in and kind of unwind and It's a lot to do. So The mistakes that people might make. You know, I might say. Well, you're seeing clear. I might just think you're Sinclair. So you're not? You're not indigenous or somebody has a last name of neuron. Oh, It's a Spanish name. Or or non it or, you know, so I mean, What you point out in the book, which is really amazing is that a lot of indigenous people took the name of a Spanish person so they could be treated better. Right? Yeah. Dubin speaks about that in his negative in particular. Did anyone speak to that? Yes. Well, I want someone to say that the global I looked at the global impact of this book and and the idea That we think were marginalized this book. Uh, contributes to lack to that to that bean, um, taken away from us this book, um Sarah talks about this book means a lot of her trip was serendipitous. I think of it more synchronicity. And she was taken to these people and it was all synchronicity. Could you look at the book and entirety it speech to everything? It's speaking to all of the issues and speaks to How do you e mean? I looked up the word qualify. And People. All the people in this work qualified for this book. In different ways. But they are qualified and you want a qualifying is a native American. You want a qualifying as a even a global person, because some of our stories are much very relatable. The rest of the world. Now. Getting back to your question. Uh, I'm from his letter, which is tur, which is in Texas. So once it's Spanish, took Are people that their way became Spanish speakers. So when I introduced myself, I introduced myself as my mother's from my mother's side. But my father used from San Antonio, and he was Lapan and he got stuck in Texas, where Texas Rangers were brutally Killing All native Americans, the bounty on them, right? Right. And that would be you know, a bounty on her head. So at that time We changed our name to Ornelas because it was safer to be Mexican to be Native American, which is kind of odd, just sort of an odd thing to think about. What is amazing about the book is that we all wind up identifying with each other's story. The longer I hold this book, the bigger it becomes to me. The glossary the timelines. Are very, very well thought out. Especially the timeline. The timelines is not something that you know someone's it's thought of. And remember this, remember that all the time line is very, very accurate and this what can lead to so many other things? Anyone who wants to study us? And to make any part of that timeline and look into it more deeply. And it becomes more meaningful to me. Finally. Is a game changer. I really do honor to be in this book, My story. For my personal view. My story is the least interesting of all the stories in the bark, and that's not good. And you know someone that attracted me the most. Well, because the other stuff is so rich and so important because I get so much out of the other stuff, okay? Mean me telling my story Shuriken tell my story. You know your story. Right. Exactly. I know my started very easy and it sold to me and I've told that story before and have never felt like it had it could possibly help people. Being in this collection of stories. I am able to separate myself from because of the other stories and see maybe my story. It's helpful to someone. Okay? You don't have to be helpful to a lot of one person. I'm happy. But I feel like that, but did my story I mean, Sharon, I've talked about this. My story. Reaches a point to work. There's the whole of this story that comes after that, after the ending of my story volume, too, but it's none of my business. I guess it's different or knowledge. And Sarah Sinclair Sarah, the author of Our The Editor, How we Go Home Voices from ended, Indigenous North America and and Zubin nor Knowledge is one of the storytellers in the book. Uh, Carrie, your reaction was even said, basically, you were pulled in this direction. And then the other people. The narrator people whose stories Aaron here are also kind of pulled because of the book..
"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Keyshawn J. Will and Zubin presented by progressive insurance. All of our guests join us on the shell. Pennzoil Performance line. He I got to start with you here. Golfs numbers were quite something 39 for 51 for 3 76. Three touchdowns. Cooper Cup 11 catches Robert Woods 10 catches They combined for 275 yards receiving, and you want to say Tom Brady's got the past catching weapons. But when you look at it, they just had enough in a game that you think they should have dominated. Well, you know, I thought they probably could won this game by 17 points. When you look at it. There's a missed field goal there. You take away you take away a couple other opportunities that they had to score points on. But you also look at how they how the game was called A couple of questionable passing affairs calls as far as I could. Hello. I'm Mike Evans and Jalen Ramsey. It was just kind of one of those deals where I'm like, Okay. Can they somehow slow this thing down? But when you when you go back and you look it, I've always felt like the rounds were going pretty good football team. And it's all right. I mean, they took care of business in Seattle, and I had him actually winning the F C West. I know a lot of people like the Arizona because Arizona started to play well or even Seattle. For that matter. I think Seattle's a playoff team, but I felt like the Rams Sneaky good. They kind of low key, good kind of know what to do. They've been there before. They got a bunch of veteran players. That was on that Super Bowl team, and I got a young coach and charming, vague. Who knows how to coach and I think that that is key. You put in the game plan and take advantage of secondary of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. But you also put a game plan in defensively going Get Tom Brady to make Tom Brady Basically, uh, just sort of quarterback in the National Football League and not the goat, and you saw that last night, a couple interceptions by Brady. I know one people question whether or not his arm got hit over the middle, but he was trying to go to God went on. But that was clearly a throw and not someone hitting his arm or you talk about the late interception on the two minute drive to steal a game for the Rams. Hey, buddy, Think You know, he always say this when when I When I look at this team like this is a team that could actually win a Super Bowl. I know you said that the first opening a couple of weeks of our show, and you know, I.
Thompson has torn Achilles tendon, expected to miss season
"So it's the injury everybody's talking about but with clay sadly you gotta specify which injury you're talking about. Are you talking about the one in game. Six of the twenty nine thousand finals. The last time we saw him play a game or the one suffered earlier in the week. Which is an achilles tendon. Tear he is now out. It could be if the calendars right two and a half years between games. We're looking forward to having him back at the start of the twenty twenty one. Twenty two season knick. Fidel has been all over the warriors for years and he joins us on the shell. Pennzoil performance line nick. Good morning first thing. Just the response in and around the organization on the news zubin. Everybody's just depressed excited leading into the draft. And in the fact that wiseman was there at number two he was number one on their board and and they were just really looking forward to having steph klay draymond and then plugging in wiseman and seeing what we can give them and then they range of emotions in those couple of hours before the draft and then after the draft they really couldn't even celebrate. Everybody was so sad about clay. I mean he is the guy behind the scenes with all the star power in that locker room that sets the tone for everybody else. And that's why kerr and all those players they love it and so to know that he's going to be out again for another year which just crushing for. Everybody involved nikki. Give us an insight. Into how bob myers and company dealt with the news of klay thompson literally hours before the nba draft that make their decision challenging more challenging looking at other guys like lamelo ball considering he was going to be available. Jay bob address that right afterwards instead. Look wiseman was our guy if he was there we were taken him and obviously if the emotions involved right before the big or unprecedented we. We really never seen anything like it. Before where a star player who has won titles in an organization gets another serious injury right before you gotta make a huge selection for your future but all along when you talk to people in the organization they love what wise men could give them and they're confident that once he gets into their system playing and learning alongside draymond that he can be maybe that bridge or potentially down the line Tracey's nobody knows for sure but wiseman all along was their guy in. I don't think anything that happened with. Clay change to focus when he was number two
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"For talking tech listeners. Remember the ego the little camera that's like a TV studio in one. Little Body came out in twenty sixteen. Now it's back with a new model. Ethos scart better battery better audio and Max out for Vivo is here to tell us all about it. Max sold the company but then bought it back. Tell everybody about the camera. And in a nutshell. What's what's the reason for this new new model versus the MODEL? Or thanks for having me in great to speak to you again. So we've always the only camera that has been designed for the ground up you know for live streaming events. It's not a fifth level feature for us. It's what we do so everything that's in the APP in in the industrial design in how it mount the battery you mentioned is all about Live streaming in so we. We've had the current product Neva plus For about four years in the market. And the now we really excited to to bring the new camera which is first and foremost everything is refreshed audio electrics Incited ITS NOT USB. It's smaller in terms of battery or we've increased the battery six time. We've improved the audio one of the key Request from our customer also improve the lands. Now we have a still a wide angle but Really flatlined no warping effect. And so on. So it's a it's a product refresh In in you know a lot of detailed improvement in major like the battery that'll customer we've been waiting for. Yeah we didn't really talk about the zooming but the your basic sales proposition is that you can see basically pinch and zoom and not make people look at one boring static shot you you can have a wide shot of myself then come in for a close up then go back to a wide Zubin on my notebook if you want all sorts of things like that that was your original dream correct. Yeah what we realized you know. Primary use cases being Sitting at an event on the on the floor on a stand microphone. Stand on the floor But now we've Covered nineteen and older the Domon the customer surge that we've received a realizes it does a great use case for me on the desk. You would call it a Webcam but it's really about putting it on the desk and using it For doing whatever you need to do on your desk record a Creator Youtube video obviously do zoom meeting and so on Many advantage what we have a wider and build on MOST WHIP GAM. We have incredible sharpness in video quality. Compared to Webcams The new microphone which is three microphone. Dan Get turned into a stereo output with spatial processing We think those great when compared to any other kind of camera built in microphone so a lot of people have been searching in vain for webcams Livestream has never been more popular than right now and Webcam sold out and the reason they want with cameras because the Webcam on their camera. I'm sorry on. Their computer. Looks Terrible. It's very low resolution and everybody wants to look better And they also want a livestream and talk to their customers and things like that now. This is a camera that you can't currently use for zoom meetings and the like but you're you're gonNA be bringing out in a software update to let you do that. Tell everybody how that's GonNa work. But what we've decided to do is to build on own software for MAC and windows That will come in early. May It's a free software for any of our existing customers of plus the new start and it will bring basically you leave wirelessly as a Webcam for any software on your computer that that needs a video source in. Odi Souls to us so excited to bring that it'll make me useful now on desktop But it still has all the capabilities of me that goes well beyond the Webcam you can do. Live live editing zooming in You can recall to the card in that is inside the Medieval camera you can take it wirelessly And you can even stream at the same time director visible from the camera without using your computer if you wanted to So it's sort of a next generation. Webcam okay great and Finally on your website. It says that interest in co VID has Increase the desire for me. Fo- cameras fivefold. Yeah we've actually seen an increase You know more than tenfold You could say the average is more than fivefold And you know I mean. It's it's obvious that everybody is a is a need for webcams but also everybody has a need for coal use case which streaming events So we've We've been able to keep up. We've run out of stock of the of the media plus so it's very important that We
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"For talking tech listeners. Remember the ego the little camera that's like a TV studio in one. Little Body came out in twenty sixteen. Now it's back with a new model. Ethos scart better battery better audio and Max out for Vivo is here to tell us all about it. Max sold the company but then bought it back. Tell everybody about the camera. And in a nutshell. What's what's the reason for this new new model versus the MODEL? Or thanks for having me in great to speak to you again. So we've always the only camera that has been designed for the ground up you know for live streaming events. It's not a fifth level feature for us. It's what we do so everything that's in the APP in in the industrial design in how it mount the battery you mentioned is all about Live streaming in. So we had the current product Neva plus For about four years in the market. And the now we really excited to to bring the new camera which is first and foremost everything is refreshed `electronic Incited ITS NOT USB. It's smaller in terms of battery or we've increased the battery six time. We've improved the audio one of the key Request from our customer also improve the lands. Now we have a still a wide angle but Really flatlined no warping effect. And so on. So it's a it's a product refresh In in you know a lot of detailed improvement in major like the battery that'll customer we've been waiting for. Yeah we didn't really talk about the zooming but the your basic sales proposition is that you can see basically pinch and zoom and not make people look at one boring static shot you you can have a wide shot of myself then come in for a close up then go back to a wide Zubin on my notebook if you want all sorts of things like that that was your original dream correct. Yeah what we realized you know. Primary use cases being Sitting at an event on the on the floor on a stand microphone. Stand on the floor But now we've Covered nineteen and older the Domon the customer surge that we've received a realizes it does a great use case for me on the desk. You would call it a Webcam but it's really about putting it on the desk and using it For doing whatever you need to do on your desk record a Creator Youtube video obviously do zoom meeting and so on Many advantage what we have a wider and build on MOST WHIP GAM. We have incredible sharpness in video quality. Compared to Webcams The new microphone which is three microphone. Dan Get turned into a stereo output with spatial processing We think those great When compared to any other kind of camera built in microphone so a lot of people have been searching in vain for webcams Livestream has never been more popular than right now and Webcam sold out and the reason they want with cameras because the Webcam on their camera. I'm sorry I on. Their computer looks terrible. It's very low resolution and everybody wants to look better And they also want a livestream and talk to their customers and things like that now. This is a camera that you can't currently use for zoom meetings and the like but you're you're gonNA be bringing out in a software update to let you do that. Tell everybody how that's GonNa work. But what we've decided to do is to build on own software for MAC and windows That will come in early. May It's a free software for any of our existing customers of plus the new start and it will bring basically you leave wirelessly as a Webcam for any software on your computer that that needs a video source in. Odi Souls to us so excited to bring that it'll make me useful now on desktop But it still has all the capabilities of me that goes well beyond the Webcam you can do. Live live editing zooming in You can recall to the card in that is inside the Medieval camera you can take it wirelessly And you can even stream at the same time director visible from the camera without using your computer if you wanted to so it's sort of next generation. Webcam okay great and Finally on your website. It says that interest in co VID has Increase the desire for me. Fo- cameras fivefold. Yeah we've actually seen an increase You know more than tenfold But you could say the average is more than fivefold And you know I mean. It's it's obvious that everybody is a is a need for webcams but also everybody has a need for coal use case which streaming events So we've We've been able to keep up. We've run out of stock of the of the media plus so it's very important that We
"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Cronin Zubin my head here on game night and the NFL this week announced that they were proceeding with the NFL draft April twenty third to the twenty fifth and there had been some thought that it would be moved back just a bit but apparently they have opted to continue to move forward with that and several members of the GM's rather management teams around across football were not necessarily in favor of that from the standpoint of having enough information and being able to visit with prospects in person and get a better feel for what they are all about but from my standpoint this was a hundred percent the right move and I think the league proved that when they went on with free agency everybody needed it I think what we have over believe service speaker over state it was the idea that it might be a bad look for the league to be talking about millions of millions of dollars for different players to the nation when everybody is dealing with this current pandemic as it turns out it for quite some time you know fans have turned those really just into numbers to themselves and and I wanted to put it this way but they have become somewhat numb to the numbers and I think that's really what it's turned out to be in the league saw how well that really worked in their favour they were kind of the only show in town but not just from that standpoint but people needed this to talk about and I think they're operating the same way when it comes to the NFL draft by making this decision I don't mean to be crass here but I don't think it was lost on the NFL Chris that they were the only show in town I know that there's only three that's two fold their they had the entire week where they were the biggest thing going and that would have been during a time where March madness was ramping up in yes Tom Brady signing with him the bay would have been top headlines regardless of you know the start of the tournament but they were the only thing in town which sure that's great for that's great for their fan base and expanding numbers that way from the business side which I know it's kind of a craft thing to talk about in a time where people are dying from a pandemic but you're right it did give people something to do to talk about to work you know to be able to continue doing their jobs me my job is covering the NFL sos I didn't feel much different than what normal free agency would have been for me like it has been in years past where I sit on my couch in the same spot for fourteen hours on the phone with agents and sources writing in reaction to the data the news of the day so well it did take place I do know that there were a lot of people though across front offices who are not happy with the NFL's PA with the NFLPA's decision to not adjust the calendar obviously we know this is a new CBA had passed just hours before on that Saturday evening Sunday morning and they decided that they want to proceed with it because they said it was a situation where contracts and all that stuff can be dealt with remotely well as we know in as we projected what happened anyway is there's a lot of free agent signings right now that are being held up by the fact that players are not able to go on visits to facilities that have that are not able to see team doctors cam Newton today being cloudy just two names that are very big names but leave the rest of the pack available available free agents who are still sitting out there unsigned because they're being held up in this process so as we turn towards the draft Steuben in the NFL saying hate business as usual we're going to continue this whether you like it or not it's April twenty third the twenty fifth that doesn't surprise me because this is the way the NFL did business in free agency why would they alter their path now yeah I agree with you from this standpoint in this is something I would just say I don't necessarily agree or disagree with the NFL is done I have to put more thought into it it does seem to be the leak that is basically the most circumspect inside the media there seems to be more skepticism around the NFL and some of the decisions they make them some of the other sports X. part of that is maybe because the storyline to true and part of it is there's an inordinate amount of time spent covering the NHL excuse me the NFL verses the NHL or the M. L. B. the NBA there's just many more eyeballs on a court is one of our thirty two NFL reporters I don't think there's any other sport ESPN we have a dedicated man or woman covering every single team in that league like we do the NFL so I think part of it is just there's so much skepticism towards what the NFL does sometimes they can't win for losing however I will defend the NFL in this regard I'm not saying it's right or wrong but if they hired us as a PR team and we had to come up with some sort of solution I would simply say okay there were six hundred thousand people attracted national last year there's planning to be more than six hundred thousand in Las Vegas that's done it's over none of them are going to be there the largest group of people that could be possibly infected we basically said not gonna happen see you later we'll have social distancing inside each of our thirty two team facilities which meaning no two teams can be together at once and then you have the appropriate social distancing guidelines in your quote unquote war rooms so I think the NFL is essentially saying look we're taking the necessary steps we know right now that society is taking staying away from each other not gathering but still having businesses still businesses open you can go to to get food to get necessary things done and for them to keep going I think they can essentially say look we're doing it under the auspices that people are saying is six you have a lot of the GM's will privately say that they are not in favor of this in part of it is you understand that it's it's not just from the bad luck standpoint but it's ultimately their jobs that are going to be on the line but right now they're all going to be in the same boat as this continues to play out it's game night here on ESPN radio and yes we have hit the draft in the mock drafts are out and they continue to evolve as we get closer an expert will join us next to break down the.
"zubin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"League baseball player I think that that actually might be good for the game it's game night with Chris Carlin Courtney Cronin and Zubin ahead to you here on ESPN radio and ESPN apple disappear via the shell Pennzoil performance line you know Courtney it's something that the owners very much want to do they they want there's minor league systems to be smaller they don't want as many players to frankly just be responsible for at this point you look at the majority of these organizations and they have seven and eight minor league teams between the Dominican Republic and all the way up through triple way short seasons you know this is what they were working on prior to all of this happening to try to eliminate some of the short season minor league towns and and there was a major major issues between the teams and those towns and those minor league teams because in essence they're folding up now one other aspect of this that I I I just love this year in particular is kind of ironic this whole model was pretty much brought together by the Houston Astros the idea that you want to analytically bring players in after the draft have them come to your minor league facility and learn all of your analytical options there and Jeff Luhnow is the one who was the one who designed this entire thing and you know it's funny exuberant when that's the case and will now will have trouble finding work in baseball again get everything he wanted to do is exactly what they're trying to do from the major league level from route from the visually offices down no question you cannot question Jeff Luhnow or general manager the general manager the manager AJ Hinch was obviously relieved of his duties but to your point if an organizational ethos works people are going to follow it I'm online right now baseball reference Chris two thousand eleven Houston Astros win total listen to these win totals from eleven twelve thirteen and fourteen ready in eleven fifty six wins in twelve fifty five wins in thirteen they switched back to fifty one wins so that would be a two thousand eleven one hundred six losses two thousand twelve one hundred seven losses two thousand thirteen one hundred eleven losses then they had their quote unquote breakthrough in twenty fourteen when they went seventy in ninety two when they went from eighty six to eighty four one oh one one oh three and then one oh seven which led major league baseball after one game better than the Dodgers six better than the Yankees and I don't know Courtney's become the Minnesota Twins man but it would be six back in the one oh one Rocco Baldelli led twins to your right whether he's in or out of the game working as a national ethos if it works and draft and develop is that what you have to go and you'd be severely restrained if you're drafted developers gone from forty rounds to five it would be interesting to see how many of these other major league teams could use the Houston Astros method quote unquote clean methods to work the last thing I would say you're right Chris talking about Major League Baseball and they were the eventual shrinking of the minor leagues there's a team in Burlington Vermont the Vermont lake monsters which is actually brought to town by a guy named Bernie Sanders you may have heard in the early nineteen eighties and with everything going on in this election cycle Sanders stood out and said I don't want to see the elimination of the Vermont lake monsters you're talking about a guy that's running for president that's got a million things on his mind but even he is keeping tabs of the way that Major League Baseball want to sort of curtail the minor league so that's something some of the most important people in this country that don't follow sports that aren't involved in sports or taking a look at but you're right when you look at the Astros and you take a look at the way that they've been dealt a severely restricted draft would prevent anybody else from building the way you're supposed to build through the.
Hollywood moment: Harvey Weinstein's sentencing
"Today. The disgraced Hollywood producer. Harvey Weinstein will be sentenced last month. He was convicted of rape and criminal sexual assault and faces up to twenty nine years in prison. Prosecutors have urged the judge to consider what they called a lifetime abuse towards others even though for most of those alleged abuses. Mr Weinstein has never been charged. His lawyers have petitioned for the minimum sentence of five years saying that any longer could constitute a defacto life sentence after Mr Weinstein conviction the Manhattan district attorney Cyrus Vance Junior said. The change had come to America. This is a big day. This is a new day and I hope women will will understand the significance of the jury verdicts. Today is. Optimism was echoed. By some of Mr Weinstein's accusers and their lawyers is a historic. I never thought I would see in my lifetime. Change has come today. I have a message for Harvey for all of Users Rape Myth perpetuators victim blaming and knows retaliated against sets. This one's for you. Your time is up. The allegations against him formed at the start of the metoo movement very public example of what remains troublingly hidden kind of crime. It would be easy to see his conviction and imprisonment as a high point for me to next. He'll face charges in Los Angeles for crimes. He continues to deny. Just how much any of these cases will change. Things is far from clear hustling surprised. Sasha Economists Public Policy Editor Mr Watson case certainly wasn't a slam dunk. Some people may have had that impression but it was by no means a straightforward case. These sorts of trials of radio really complex and in addition is to watch team faced accuser's stories straightforward. In a way they were very representative of a lot of these cases in the sense that they fit coach. Roy Do rape in being something that happens with a lot of force and a ski mosque by Stranger instead. These women told stories of complex relationships including ongoing contacts with Mr Weinstein off to the souls and typically juries have really struggled with this kind of cases in fact most of those cases that make it anywhere need a jury and to that extent. Actually very atypical case. Because of course Mr. One Steen's case as well as the accusations have all played out very very publicly of in multiple accusers. Zubin spelled out in the media. One thing that made it question unusual case is that the judge allowed extra witnesses women who would not pass the charges against Mr Weinstein to nevertheless testify over previous aqel bad acts that they had experienced at his hands. Allegedly it certainly was quite controversial. May well be part of the grounds of a possible appeal by Mr Weinstein team. And what would that appeal? Look like it's Hampson. No I mean concerns have been raised about whether Mr Watson could have affected trial in given all the media attention publicity particularly in New York City before the trial. His team tried very hard to get. The trial moved to somewhere where they thought he might face a forgiving jury that was thrown out. This is a long process. Take easy setup two year and I guess one of the questions now that people Rossi's while is he gonNA get out to bail can continue to monitor while that process is ongoing which is has begun wanted to run up to his trial. So you say the result is a bit surprising and and certainly prosecutors and plenty of commentators have held it up as a sort of watershed moment is a sort of a apotheosis of the of of the metoo movement that essentially was launched. By by these cases. What's your take on that I think? The watershed which is an awful lot immediately after the valid. And I understand it. I mean this was a high stakes trial. Which the Manhattan. Da. Couldn't afford to lose so they threw themselves out this only on the hands. I think as as many celebrity trials we have to be careful with Conclusions hair. I hope it will be a watershed moment. There's an awful lot wrong with how sexual. Violence is is investigated and prosecuted. But I have my doubts. I think the the real test will come when single women also group of women come forward to accuse somebody of rape without the media attention right without. Will the inefficacious if you will of the accuser has been an awful lot of emphasis on how powerful Mr Weinstein is but his accusers. Happen quite powerful as well. Essentially they had public opinion rooting for them. And I think the real test of whether the the Weinstein verdict will have a BRUDER EFFECTS. On how serious criminal? Justice Systems. Juries take these kind of complex claims will only come when we see an everyday victim. Come forward with with a typical claim of sexual assault. So what you're essentially saying. There is that celebrity. Justice is fundamentally different. I mean why do you suppose? That is I- celebrity justice in general is just is only certain. Becerra was it is just different from normal justice putting old big bright lights and attention onto someone being accused in this case Mr Weinstein. That's a typical way of injustice remedy a J Simpson trial which was essentially works like a soap opera. Essentially didn't have that much impact with how of the mothers were investigated then tried in Los Angeles and I think the same will be the case with the wider significance of the wanting conviction. Today that said there is of course important symbolic function to mocking. Somebody like Mr Weinstein up and holding his feet to the fire. So I said he wouldn't diminish the symbolic importance of seeing someone powerful like him wrote into a cooled. Convicted unlocked. Up is just going to be careful with suggesting that. Will the other huddles that stand? In the way of getting justice for everyday victims have now disappeared. I mean the one distinction here between Mr Weinstein's case and the OJ Simpson case is that Mister Simpson was was acquitted whereas Mr Weinstein has been convicted. Don't you think that that at least has sort of knock on effect sort of casts a shadow over over future cases gives future jurors a sense that That that there is an example being set there. Yeah maybe I mean future jurors in reminded with this case that rape doesn't look the way they think looks so it's been very helpful to have this very public lesson. If you will in rape myths that rape is a complex crime that said we pull people every year on their attitudes dissection. Rasmussen doing that. Insensitive metoo movement took off. And in that we don't really see much of a change in public attitudes to sexual harassment and indeed in America way would have hoped that reporting rates of sexual violence had increased most under reported binding crimes often me to after an initial bump reporting rates of back down to what they were before me to see. Let's see what happens next year. You know it always takes a while to get the kind of data but be careful with two inches at this point.
"zubin" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"With Dr Robert Zubin, and he is really awakening the mind once again with all of his ideas and being an advocate of Mars and space exploration and colonizing. And it's great to talk with you. Thank you for being here with me tonight. Robert, so yeah, absolutely. I I'm having a ball here. Let me ask you this with. It's I don't know seems like to me as we move off the planet and move out there in the final frontier to me, the just the beginning of it all do you think humans because we're not we're getting dumber. I think we can. No, not as individuals. I think as society becomes Purana ties society, collectively Stummer bureaucracy is a form of artificial stupidity. It was actually invented for that purpose by I think the great in other words when you first drilling soldiers to all marks together. This that way, do it all at the same time become a machine and then have his government broken down. So that this administration just doing only, and you do it this way, and you don't make exceptions. And so everyone motions are predictable. And of course, the ultimate realization of that is the holocaust where no one's really responsible. I just drive this train. I just get people on the train. I just get people off the train. This has you know, they don't play me for for what happens 'cause no one's responsible and. And as government everywhere are are one way or another emulating this model, it does create a form of collective stupidity. I call it. Artificial depite, people worried about artificial intelligence, I'm worried about artificial stupidity. Agreed. Great. I think you know at somebody asked me about a recently. And and are you afraid of it? And I thought well, I mean, I don't think there's going to be any problems unless we program them incorrectly. Because it's all about we programming. We program that intelligence, correct. So she's a bad guy that would program that in a bad way. I don't know. I just don't see them taking. I don't see them taking over the world. That's all they're not. But they're just a tool, you know, like, you know, we invented labor saving machinery to multiplies the muscle power of people and go into certain extent, we have cold robots. Robots on the world today industrial robots that basically the former assembly line. And artificial intelligence is way too. Multiply the number of skills person addition of artificial intelligence advising you might be able to six your own car. Even though you're not mechanic, and you might be able to do home remedies. Fear children without having to go to the doctor because the diagnosis will we be within the scope of your augmented knowledge. Now, what kind of robot that I am actually concerned about are not independent robots taking over the world to selves, Terminator, I don't think that's ever been happy. But I do think that robots soldiers in service to tyrants could make very difficult to overthrow tyrants because the test to win tyrant can stay in power is when the troops are marching wind up when the police excuse me when the people marching on the palace. Do the troops fire on them? Do they join them? Well, being since you mean soldiers joined some people at a certain point, they don't support the tyranny anymore. But a robot soldier could be something else entirely. Well, there's another new movie that sounds good. Oh, man. Well, you have thought of these things we'll tell me about how important Utah and the Arctic is to sex more variety, which I lead has a practice Mars exploration stations. We call them Mars and research stations in the Canadian high Arctic and in the American desert in Utah, and we send crews they're usually six people can't them to conduct the same field exploration for a couple of weeks or perhaps even a couple of months while operating. If they're on Mars. So for instance, they can't go outside wearing spaces, and they have to do all their field exploration that way, and they have to do in the habit engaging Tela science collaboration with our science team that's off base and by going through this exercise. You start learning what's likely to work on Mars, and what you're likely to be able to Martha Utah station. One of our crews exploring in-space, it's actually offered sometimes sauces that when followed up by professional alien, just because. Reported already coordinated. Will be the largest dinosaur fossils in North America in decades, essentially giving into find as dinosaur national monument, and and I have to tell you since I was actually there that day that no robotic Rover could've found those fossils could have even gotten to where the fossils were to be because it involves climbing down to meter Trump to get into this little box canyon, and then picking him out from this geological confusion piles of locks and stuff, but they're no Rover could have done it. And so we're gonna wanna find the fossils past life on Mars. We're really going to have to go. That must've been awesome to be there for that. Yeah. It was. It was quite remains. Awesome. And it remains a very solid proof of why you need to send human explorers to you know, the Rockies hear Colorado. It's you know, fossils are fairly prevalent, but you could parachute hundred Rovers until the Rockies you'd never find. It. It takes Iraq counts to find him. Yeah. That makes sense. What do you think? When like I was in MOAB recently and checking in Utah and looking at some just viewed I mean, golly, it's just amazing. Every new that world existed the way it looks. It's amazing. And I saw a lot of rock arts, and some that had been sectioned off where it had some sort of, you know, marker of we know this is here and do not mess with it. But saw some other stuff that wasn't marked off. And it looks like a little spacecraft's coming down and things like that. What do you what do you think? When you see those. Oh sites of things. What are your thoughts? When you see that? Because everybody else it's like, okay. People a long time ago or seeing these things come from this guy. And that's why they're drawing it. So what about you know, it's hard to interpret what they saw. I I will tell you that we actually made it interesting to not we not not me, not our society. But scientists laid interesting discovery last year, which was that the biblical city thought was destroyed by a meteor. We have found the remnants of the media that is what was recorded in the bible was an actual meteors strike destroyed the city of Sodom so records of ancient peoples. You know, that you might think well, this is just a religious stop. What's this? Well, it really happened. But it was a and it wasn't extra-terrestrial strike. It was a meteor hitting. And we know this is now affect so, you know, I don't know about illegal. Ancient people certainly had visited seen asteroid strikes, and you know, separate from them. In fact, here's a piece of news people might not know we had an asteroid Lantin Bering Sea December eighteenth last year. And hit with a force ten times as Hiroshima von? And this is why we another reason why we have to become spacefaring. And I talk about this in our book in the book case space, its survival are two environment. It's not the earth is at a minimum the solar system, and there are rocks flying around. And if we don't become stay very, we will not have the ability to deflect these rocks. If we do then we will be able to do them. And you know, Carl Sagan who I knew say often, she's either become space staring or extinct because this stuff is out there. It's flying around. And, you know, something with ten times Russia is actually a relatively small asteroids. It's very small strike much bigger ones out there, and we have to become a space species if we're going to get control of. Yeah. Even more interesting as well in that conversation. Is what someone had taught me at one point. They said, you know, it's not all that hard of a thing to move. These things out of the out of our way to hurt us as long as we can spot them and other coming. We just really have to nudge them a little and they go different way. In the closer. It is it is. In other words, you know, look at somebody's shooting rifle at a target three hundred yards away. If you just jar his little bit homeless target if he's three feet from you. You you have to hit the barrel with more force holding it. You know, and and it might not be able to do it. And in the case these asteroids, which are massive objects. We have to to keep space to be space Farris. Yeah. Absolutely. Real quick. A couple more of the questions that have come in. What do you think of Roswell Roswell? It's interesting thing. I think I know what really happened there, which is that it was a test of reconnaissance balloon, the the the United States in the late forties. And in the nineteen fifties with developing reconnaissance millions for flying over the Soviet Union and taking photographs of them which was illegal under international law, but we needed to do it. And so what happened well first of all tests and some of them came down. But also they were tests that we're done where some civilians farmers. Someone observed these glowing since moving in the sky, I think I saw a huge balloon flying over here. And then what happened was the air force took responsibility to weird out by having air, force pilots port things as flying saucers. And so I moved from you know. Sightings that needed to investigators spooky stuff, and and and and there's actually a book whole project Moby Dick about this program in which discusses this not so much connection with Roswell but other UFO sightings, and that is why by late of the top US sightings. They're all done by US air force pilot. They're not done by needing policy. Not bicycling. It's clear institutional bias in the data and that shows that. It was an organized cover up of an actual reconnaissance. Well, you know, there's some other people I would've thought that would've thought differently that actually believe in life that is visiting here. And they agree with what you just said. And me, I'm still gonna disagree with it. But that's fine. So tell me what you think about Bob Lazar. Tell me more. Okay. Well, he's all about the transfer technology and area fifty one never heard of him. Well, certainly heard of fifty one type into one the bubbas. Are you never heard Baba's? I'm not familiar with. No, okay. But that would give your answer. But I can tell you something about one people need to know. Oh, say real quick before we go. Please. Okay. The real secret of area fifty one thousand people work there the government payroll, and they don't do anything. They'll do anything. They don't do anything. Almost as many people working parents work at chip repulsive, accept these people don't do anything..
"zubin" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"Champions. Exactly, freddie. Mercury. Oh god. And Zubin Mehta who is named after conductor. It's a musical lineage are people my people call it maize Peter yet. Remember that commercial is an old Mazzola commercial. And the it was they had a native American guy in the headdress and he's sitting in a boat and he's eating corn. And he's like my people call it maize. And it was like Mozell Ola corn. Goodness anyway. So I train my voice. And so now, I have to do less takes and I'm able to go live. So even though we do this art where we're cutting it up in the studio when I have to perform at the way to die live, which I do fifty times a year when I do my life show. Really? Yeah. So I do that one seven year. I did about twenty you're hitting on all the killers. Like seven years is. I think the most touching of them all seven years, my favorite, and Tom Tom was the genius behind how to Tom and Logan back there genius of how to cinematography is that. And the emotion of it were sitting in the edit speaking of that. So the editors those were your kids. Those are my kids. Your clinic his my family my wife. It's my dad, so it was a personal thing. And sitting in the on the apex, you're pushing it on my daughter, and it's like, you know, soon album, sixty his old and his emotional piece. And we didn't feel it. We didn't feel we didn't feel and then we're like two to about this trend that one microseconds here all of us are crying. We're like, okay. That's it hits end. Thus the thing that's the process and same with the musical piece. So then once you do it you make craft this thing here. But when you go and do it live takes on a whole new persona because you have this input. And you're doing it in one take. And that's where I think the real artistry starts to try to I'm calling at artistry. I'm fucking professional clown. But it feels like that on because you're seeing the synchronization of the audience with the message people are crying. You're feeling this energy and afterwards, they'll tell you. This is how you made me feel during that. And I'm twenty year veteran of thirty or nurse or on the forty year RT or whatever it is. And that's what really gets you all of that is that's the process, then we'll put it out. Then we'll brainstorm the video then we'll. Oh, beg our hospital. The let us shoe extras are all real medical people. Nobody's paid will go into a rented quip -ment. We'll get the crew and we'll do it. And then how long has shoot say those two videos. They're like day. Yeah. Because we don't have. We don't have a choice because we're operating a real hospital with real patients running around. So we have to go to a wing where maybe they're not on overflow right now. So we can do it. And they're kind enough Celeste do it. And then maybe they'll kick us out because the extended the invitation to me so many times to be in a video just gotta take you up on one of these. I I'll be the guy that just like walks by Noel, even see me we're doing a parody of the bare naked ladies one week. I don't know if I sent it to you. Remember that song it's been one. You don't realize I went to high school with bare naked ladies fuck you. Yeah. There was guidance counselor. The creek and brothers, right? Andrew Jim dad was our guidance counselor Mike God. So I saw them in nineteen ninety one in Berkeley in a small little club before they're famous, and I was like these guys are God's the, you know, this is me in great, non baby. Yeah. This all my God notice. It's great nine not ninth grade. No because it's cana- raid nine so I always loved the bare naked ladies one week wasn't my favorite song..
"zubin" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"Because I'm in the Silicon Valley, I'm at work for a couple startups and see what happens, and I did that for year and in that year, I learned a lot about myself. I learned that without that stimulation of that deep relationship like money as a stimulus was never going to cut it for me, which I wanted it to Peter I wanted to be rich. It could happen. I was doing well as moving up in these companies, and then I just felt empty. So my buddy John offered said, hey, there's hospitalised gig at Stanford. You should take. It saw your. Colleagues from residency. We're doing this cool stuff. It's great. And I said I'll try it for a couple of months. I was there for nine years, and that was the first real medical job. I was moonlighting and I loved it. But this was it and being able to spend time with patients when they're acutely sick in the worst day of their life in the hospital sitting with them spending time, it was before the EHR HR, the electronic health record kind of destroyed our ability to make eye contact and it was beautiful, man. I kept a diary because I was weird in those days, and I was like thirty and I was like this. I'm blessed like who gets to do this like I found my perfect niche and it lasted probably four years before things are too chain. So then what changed for years into that nine year stint? I think what changes what's been changing in medicine across the board. Which is the creep of medicine is business medicine as assembly line medicine is process to be improved not medicine as deep human relationship. That's a sacred calling. So what ended up happening ES Argos live productivity. We start to lose house resident supports a where more they're expecting us to just see a bunch of patients to generate revenue, and it's not so much. About teaching. It's not so much about mentorship. Is not so much about a team. What I love about the hustle you go through. Hey, bob. How you doing social workers case managers there? We know everybody our RT's, and they're all all supporting each other. It's not hierarchy goal. It's like whole article everybody brings their thing that started disappear with the pressure of click. Click click, and I was going home in charting at home. And then I had my daughter. My first daughter in two thousand seven and that was a tipping point where I was like, I I'm treating my daughter like, you know, my burnout is expressing in how I'm treating my daughter, and I can't spend time with her. I can't read her stories at night. I'm thinking about clicking these boxes and epic. And I haven't finished this did I remember to check the potassium on that guy. You know? I'm the type of guy can't just sign it out. I have to like I own it too much. So it just got horrible. And I started being nasty, and like my relationships were suffering, and you know, what did your wife think at the time? So she was radiologists academic radiologists at Stanford. So she found a path that was really perfect for her introvert. Very science minded loved the team. Hamic of it. She looked at me and was like urine a bad. Did you guys meet at UCSF? We met a Stanford as interns the year that I met you. She did all medicine, and then came to a pithy don't like medicine parents were really into medicine both were medical people. She's like they didn't see radiology is a real doctor Chinese parents Salat of pressure. So she's like, you know, what I'm not going to specialize in pulmonary critical care. I'm gonna go back and do chest radiology and Zubin you're going to support me by the way for for years. If more residency and fellowship, and I was like all right. And so when that table turn, and I was miserable and depressed. She was the first to say, you know, 'cause we got in this. I mean, that's another story. We started making videos putting him online. Tony Shay, this Eve's apples reached out. But before that, she's like, what can we do for you? Do you want to stop working? I'll go up to fulltime. She was eighty percent, and you can stop working. We won't have a ton of money, but will in the bay area. You're poor. No matter what you do. And that I was I don't know. I don't know. I don't miss how how long after. Seven this would have been await. Okay..
"zubin" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"And kind of mercilessly creating a satire of our entire dysfunctional healthcare system. We do talk quite a bit about healthcare and Zubin given this much more thought than I have. But it was just so interesting to get into this stuff, and we get into some really deep philosophy stuff. Basically. He just stumps me all day long with philosophical questions about consciousness, and the mind and other things like that. I would say overall this probably one of the most enjoyable discussions of ever had with somebody in this sort of format. I've talked a lot about how the discussion I had with Jaakko a few years ago was one of my favorite. I I would put this up there as well. And. The top three discussions just in terms of overall enjoyment. So the show nuts will linked to bunch of really cool stuff. But you can also go to his site Z dog, and that's just to Jesus and the dog MD dot com. Some real excited introduced to Zubin Damani. We are live. What is up CPAC is your Boise dog? MD? I am live and direct studios. The you are not going to believe it. But we're doing something absolutely different. What's this big phallic symbol in my face? It's called a microphone. Okay. Learn about it. And I have it because I have a good friend that goes way back to my Stanford days. He is a physician he's an engineer. He's done crazy stuff work with the world's top performing individuals to try to teach us not just how to live longer, but how to have a longer healthy life a health span. He is one of my favorite people because he's Uber. Smart hangs out with all kinds of hoity toity people like, you know, Tim Ferriss and Sam Harris, and all these party pants intellectual dark people, but more important than that. He's a bald off white. Dr welcome Dr Peter to you. Thank you so much for having me on this co hosted event today. That's right. So what we're doing different? Now is we're co hosting this year in Vegas to give a talk. You have your own podcast called the drive. Which is a stunning deep dive into the nerdy shit. I've ever seen in my life. I love it. Like you're talking about with. I heard safe redux safe about how cancer may be a metabolic illness and how the mitochondria abnormal and you're like in his face going. Well, just because their morphological abnormal doesn't mean that the function have you actually fraction. What's your ideal trial and I'm just going nerd nerd nerd, but also you are even more than that you're talking about how to maximize human potential in a way, that's uniquely human. And that's what I love about you ever since our Stanford days. We'll speaking of those let's retell that story. So I'll do this from the lens of how I would introduce you to my listeners. But I think your listeners will also be intrigued by this..
"zubin" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive
"My guest this week is Zubin Demonte, aka z, Doug, MD Z would and I have been friends for about twenty years, and we talk about that actually at the outset. So how we met and and things like that we kinda lost touch refu- years. But then reconnected at Ted in two thousand thirteen when we both spoke. This is kind of interesting episode in the sense that I wanted to interview him, but he wanted to interview me. So when when when it got to his studio in Vegas, which is where we did this and his crew is there we filmed it. And actually ran it as a sort of Facebook live, and in the end, it really think comes across his pretty equal balance of about a fifty fifty of just to do sitting there talking about this stuff. And it was really a mutual interview Zubin, or as we Kanzi dog is kind of one of the most talented people I've ever met. I mean, not only is he talented isn't amazing doc, but he's just musically gifted he is comedic -ly gifted. And he has put those things to an amazing use in what he does. So he has all the usual accolades trained at Berkeley UCSF Stanford intro medicine. And of course, that's where we met and he went on to found something called turntable health in Las Vegas, which was part of this broader am Bishen of the urban revitalization in Las Vegas. It was spearheaded by Tony shea who is the CEO of Zappa's, and that's the guy who recruited Zubin there. This all started because Zubin was working as a hospitalised at Stanford internal medicine, but he had this whole side gig of doing comedy and music. And it was that which Tony saw that made him think. Hey. Man, you gotta do something a little bigger than just being internist at Stanford. His videos are mazing, and we're gonna linked to a lot of them in particular ankh the way to die lose yourself and seven years or my three favorites. But I've seen every one of the multiple times and have been following this for a long time many videos have gone viral. And I think in aggregate, he's got about half a billion views on Facebook and YouTube and either educating patients educating providers.
Hawaii wins 2018 Little League World Series championship
"Lou Holtz went the distance full six innings. To. Hitter Struck out, eight in four, appearances in this Little League. World series hold allowed just one run. In twelve and two thirds innings of work South Korea As done pretty well at the little league In williamsport six trips to williamsport South Korea's, made the. Little League World series championship games five times, they're, shut, out here by Hawaii as Louis Windsor three nothing to capture the, Little League
Could The Nationals Trade Bryce Harper?
"Topple Stands Second consecutive nights are not a home. Run last night, here don't rights, three one Rockies four. One the final for Colorado that call an eight fifty KOA in Denver as the Rockies get the. Victory, now Saturday night was a big game for the ages of the Mariners have taken on each other and with the Astros, losing as you, know it's a chance for one of these clubs to gain a little bit of ground in the American, League West, standings all right time to cue the, angels rookie Francisco arsia Title major league, record here, in this first two big league games bars RBI's any That's gonna drive in another. Ride and we'll see if it might drive into also being, weighed around his insular he, will store Who is, Francisco arsia a rookie with the most. RBI in his first two major league games that's how about ten in the two games the angels route the Mariners eleven. Five, Seattle with the loss stays five and back in. Houston is the angels move up to just thirteen games behind the Astros again you're listening to sportscenter allnight here on ESPN radio the WNBA all-star game was held Saturday. In Minneapolis and for the third. Time in her career Minnesota's Maya, Moore turned out to be the best player on the floor three point lead. For team Parker Oh yes Bucket there has more helps the Candace Parker all-stars beat the Elena della. Don stars one nineteen to one twelve more named the MVP in front of her. Hometown fans again for that, third time what does it feel like to accomplish this in front of the home fans? In Minnesota you said it to be able to do this at home was. So sweet this is the first thing day when I got the trophy looked at it and just seeing the Minnesota logo for the all. Star game and I, just mild it made me, so happy especially in front of all these great fans speaking of smiling and being so happy as we take a look at some of your. Experts here you're absolutely. Terrific today whiling the home fans in the team Parker one thousand nine. Hundred twelve when I, got it ask you right before the game we were watching and we saw a couple of people including this fan in his shirt come up to you and she always felt like it was a lifetime accomplishment to. Meet you she broke down. In tears what does it mean when your fans call up to you? And your To them in that fashion I think the weight of it hits you of how influential. You are and people's lives when you see those emotional reactions and I just wanted to make, sure that, she felt super you know just loved in that moment and appreciate it in that moment and just trying to make it. A memorable memorable time. Forum, so it's an honor second half of the season is going to be a little condensed because a fee by a lot of Oh Look for the last seven WNBA champions me what the second half of the season's going to be. Like because I think it's fair to say this is atypical starphoenix for. Sure you, know it's definitely a unique extremely unique. Year what we've done is not. Normal and so this year's journey has been, different you, know being below five hundred points right above. It so we just have to stay the. Course everybody is beaten everybody out this year and a half game difference between maybe three or four. Positions and so it's it's great basketball as far as fun to, watch and we'll just going to try to do our thing for these last nine. Games Moron sportscenter Zubin, Mahindra the WNBA also announcing the twenty nineteen all star game will, be held in Las Vegas Sheron Thomas protected his yellow jersey in the. Penultimate stage time trial of. The tour de France on Saturday and he's got a one minute fifty one second lead to go into. Sunday's cruise down the shells Eliza victory and during Saturday's qualifying for the. NASCAR Cup, series race in the Poconos Daniel Suarez. Earns the pole position despite being. Third-fastest on the track because Kevin Harvick Kyle, Busch each, failed post qualifying technical inspection and other PGA. Tour is a four way tie for the. Lead after three rounds of the Rb see Canadian Open among the four tied Americans Dustin Johnson and. Kevin Tway coming up in a matter of moments Tom Brady meets, the media and Tom Brady walks away from the media these are the fun times NFL training camps this happens to be sportscenter allnight on ESPN. Radio and the ESPN app Your radio your computer your phone Tell, your. Smart, speaker. Play ESPN, radio ESPN,.