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Fresh "bills" from WCBS Programming
"Boulevard or raise these sustainable Assouline Western. Also slow that's up to the query intimidates way. Yes, we checked the Weather Center bill Digger with the five day forecast. For the rest of our Saturday we'll see clouds and breaks of sunshine and a spotty shower threat as well. But it will rage the entire time High 73 tonight clouding backup low 68. Little foggy, damp, drizzly to start the day tomorrow again by the afternoon sunshine back again, Warming up. I 78 Monday and Tuesday we'll see clouds and some sun a warm and sticky flow High 77 Monday 78 Tuesday could be a shower each day. Better chance of showers on Wednesday ahead of a cold front with clouds a high of 70 to 70 degrees right now, mostly cloudy, a few breaks and seeing a little blue sky above 67 in east Brunswick 70 degrees in the Bronx. 69 degrees Enforced Hills, 10 50 that of a use CBS and or Dining will make its return in the city on Wednesday, 25% capacity leaders of a class action lawsuit against the city and the state while they're now amending.
Probe Into ‘Discarded’ Ballots In Luzerne County, Northwest Of Philadelphia, Becomes Campaign Outrage Fuel
"Investigation underway in Pennsylvania tonight after a handful of military ballots were found thrown out today, Attorney General Bill Bar says nine ballots in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Were discarded tonight We're learning. Seven of them are cast for president Trump. Election officials say a worker open the ballots thinking they were for absentee ballots. That worker has since been fired right now. The FBI and state police are investigating the incident.
Amy Coney Barrett 'to be picked by Trump for Supreme Court'
"Donald Trump will be announcing his supreme court pick on. Saturday which means that he already knows that the individualism according to sources close to Donald trump his selection will be judge Amy Coney Barrett Their York Times makes a point to mention that she would be the least experienced supreme court nominee however she is a favorite among conservative politicians and conservative voters because of her Christian background but also more importantly and I think this gets left out in a lot of the analysis in the media. She also would immediately invalidate the affordable care act she's on the record. Saying that whereas you know the thing that people seem to be more focused on right now is Roe v Wade which you know obviously I don't WanNa be naive and just assume that she won't touch Roe v Wade but she is on the record saying that she believes in the precedent when it comes to reproductive rights even though she as a devout Catholic disagrees with abortion and all of that but Emma I wanted to get your thoughts. We're talking about this a little bit during the break talk a little bit about what this means for the affordable care, act? Certainly. So that's my concern too. I mean we're both women. We obviously have concerns about our reproductive health but I think there is a hesitance in terms of justices overturning that precedent because of the ripple effects and how massive and that it would be I feel like it's just more of a political talking point for Conservative politicians to score points than it is a judicial reality. That's the only thing saving us here. What should concern everybody is that she's forty eight years old she has a history of pro-corporate positions that side with the with the employer against employee etc I believe and she's sided against. I'm reading some of it here. Things in gun rights she descended in a decision that would disarm felons for example, after they came out of prison, she's pretty extreme when it comes to those issues but for the affordable care. Act's guys if it's six to three if she gets through and it's that solidly conservative, they're going to do away with the affordable care act and then that's a conservative basically supermajority for decades at that point say ideally, we got the Progressive President in twenty twenty four who wants to put Medicare for all through. That's dumb. That's what concerns me most about these decisions are yes. The Supreme Court's been pro-corporate for a very long time for the Romney says, we're a center right country and the courts been leftist for awhile talk to him about Bush. Gore in citizens united whatever. But but but yeah, that's what scares me the most about. This is the complete mixing of any legislation that comes through that could be progressive. That's appealed Conservatives Appeal Appeal Appeal go the Supreme Court and they know. It's just going to be overturned. INCORPORATIONS can have a field day in big Pharma will be doing great. Yeah I am definitely worried about this. You know representative Ro. Khanna introduced a bill that would limit the. Time Supreme Court justice could serve on the Supreme Court to eighteen years. I don't know where that piece of legislation is GonNa go but I I do think that it's important that you mentioned her age as you just did and how. Her influence on the court will have a lasting ramifications on on this country really and yeah, the pro-corporate angle is something that just seems to get lost in the fray lost in the analysis and I'm glad that we're talking about it in a story that will cover later donald trump signed more ridiculous phony executive orders alleging that he's protecting people with preexisting conditions. The truth is those executive orders constitutionally speaking have no teeth but what it does is it messages to his voters that don't worry don't don't be frightened of the repeal of the affordable care act because signed executive orders. They're not going to do anything, but you know it's just enough to cover his ass while also simultaneously causing great harm to honestly all Americans because anything could be considered a pre existing condition. If you tested positive for cove it, that's considered a pre existing condition. So this is going to have. A damaging effect on so many people in this country I wanna read a quote from from this piece in the New, York? Times it's by Aaron. Who's president for the old Alliance for Justice a liberal group. She says, Amy Coney Barrett Meets Donald Trump's to litmus tests. She has made clear that she would invalidate the affordable care act and take healthcare away for millions of people and undermine. A woman's reproductive freedom. Again, I'm not entirely sure that the Supreme Court would overturn Roe V. Wade I know that there's a lot of fear about that. I understand that fear a lot of my fear again has to do with You know corporate shoes that make it to the Supreme Court and what is very likely to happen to the affordable care act at this point and remember the Supreme Court did strike. The healthcare mandate, that's an important part of the affordable care act. That's what kept premiums low, and you know when they undid that, of course, premiums immediately shot up and so we'll see how this all plays out, but it is pretty terrifying.
New York City to allow year-round sidewalk dining
"Bill de Blasio's announcing the extension of outdoor dining in the city year around and says the change will be made permanent. Program being put forth by the mayor. Allowing restaurants to see customers on sidewalks and parking spaces for the foreseeable future program has been a lifesaver for many of the city's restaurants with around 10,000 currently taking part. We W. N. Y C. Public radio today. De Blasio said he wants to change to become part of the life of New York City for years and generations to come.
Magawa the Mine-Sniffing Rat Receives Award for Bravery in Cambodia
"Award for outstanding and heroic service. But the recipient of the honor is an unlikely candidate builds them for us more. The UK has awarded a gold medal for life saving bravery and devotion to duty to a rat. The giant African pouched rat is credited with discovering dozens of landmines in Cambodia, saving countless lives. A spokesman for the group who handed out the awards, said the red will undoubtedly be treated with a Watermelon has a special treat over the weekend bills him for NBC News radio.
Fitzpatrick handles Jaguars again, this time with Dolphins
"Happy. Trails to the Jacksonville Jaguars sometimes the magic works sometimes, it doesn't last night Ryan Fitzpatrick was. Ryan. Fits Magic. Again, beating the Jacksonville Jaguars for the sixth time in his career and he's beaten them for six different teams last night for the dolphins before that was for the Bengals, the bills Titans Texans and the jets Harvard Zone Fitzpatrick who is now played for one quarter of the NFL's teams completed. His first twelve passes finished eighteen to twenty two touchdowns for passer rating of one, thirty, three, point three and in. So doing he became just one of two players since one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty eight to finish a game with at least two passing touchdowns. Rushing touchdown twenty yards rushing in a pass reception,
European Commission to challenge Apple tax bill verdict
"The European Commission announced it will appeal July twenty twenty ruling in which had overturned a fifteen billion dollar fine against apple and Ireland over taxes. The considered the tax breaks to qualify as unavowed state eight if the appeal proceeds, it will be heard by the European Court of
Florida's Governor Lifts All COVID-19 Restrictions on Businesses Statewide and Wants 'Bill of Rights' for College Students
"Santis lifted all restrictions on restaurants and other businesses in Florida today in a move to reopen the state's economy despite the continuing spread of the virus. The Republican governor's order allows restaurants across Florida to immediately reopen at full capacity and restricts the ability of city and county elected leaders in the state from taking their own steps. Santos, also calling for a bill of rights to protect college students who face expulsion for attending parties and violation of covert 19 guidelines that the schools are trying to enforce.
Graham releases new details about source of Steele dossier
"On the sources behind the steel dossier and eventual launch of the investigation into Russia. Interference in the 2016 election. Primary sub source for the steel dossier was previously investigated for its ties to Russia. Stunning revelations in a new letter from Attorney General Bill Bar to Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham. Quote. A footnote in the inspector general's report contains information which up till now has been classified and redacted. Bearing on the reliability of the steel dossier. The FBI has declassified the relevant portion of the footnote. Number 334, which states that the primary sub source was the subject of an FBI counterintelligence investigation from 2009 to 2011 that assessed his or her contacts was suspected Russian intelligence officers Bar notes. In his letter quote, Mr Durham confirms that the disclosure of that information would not interfere with his investigation and the department otherwise to first to the D A. And I concerning the handling of this information as Fox's
Huang's Law, the New Moore's Law?
"It got all lost in the scramble of other news but remember invidia bought arm and that's a pretty big deal. So to pieces about that, I let me introduce you to. Some, people see as the new Moore's law and it might explain why Invidia is doing what it's doing quoting Chris Mims in the Wall Street Journal who I believe has actually coined the term quote as chipmakers have reached the limits of atomic scale circuitry and the physics of electrons Moore's law has slowed and some say it's over but a different law potentially, no less consequential computing's next half century has arisen. I call it wings law after INVIDIA Chief Executive and Co founder Jensen Wang it describes how the silicon chips that power artificial intelligence more than double in performance. Every two years while the increase can be attributed to both hardware and software it. Steady progress makes it a unique enabler of everything from autonomous cars, trucks, and ships to the face voice and recognition in our personal gadgets between November twenty twelve and may performance of nvidia chips increased three hundred and seventeen times for an important class of a calculation says Bill Daley chief scientists and Senior Vice President of research at Nvidia on average in other words, the performance of these chips more than doubled every year a rate of progress that makes Moore's law pale in comparison and quote. And then also from the Journal, a portrait of Jensen Wang and his founding and stewardship of Invidia as the company has. Just exploded in all sorts of ways. In videos market value has soared to three hundred and nineteen point, eight billion dollars surpassing Intel's valuation of two hundred and fourteen point five, billion dollars even though INVIDIA had ten point nine, two, billion in annual sales in its latest fiscal year compared with seventy one, point nine, seven, billion for Intel. Videos bet on some of the hottest fields, INTECH video gaming and artificial intelligence have fueled investor enthusiasm. While Intel has stumbled with some of its most advanced chips, it's all a long way from nineteen ninety-three when Mr Huang. Dreamed up in video on his thirtieth birthday at a Denny's in San Jose California with two like minded engineers they bet on a future where consumers demanded better computer graphics, which would require specialized high performance hardware that wasn't available at the time and
Miami Dolphins’ Fitzpatrick Handles Jaguars Again, Notches 31-13 Win
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Judge says 2020 census must continue for another month
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Finnish dogs detect first COVID-19 case
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Orders for big-ticket US manufactured goods up weak 0.4%
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Lockdowns imposed in several British cities
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European Commission to challenge Apple tax bill verdict
"Commission says it's appealing against a court ruling. That overturned in order for island to recoup billions of dollars in back taxes from Apple, the computer corporation. In a statement, the commission said the decision in July but the use General court Raised important questions about applying state aid rules in respect of tax
The History Of Soul Train
"Billed as the hippest trip in America soul trained was an undeniable cultural phenomenon. Soul. Train was conceived of as a black American bandstand by a man named Don Cornelius a Chicago Radio reporter and the DJ. Hosted by Cornelius the show launched in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy. Initially airing. Only. In, CHICAGO. It was a low budget black and white TV show. But Seemingly Became a cultural phenomenon? And soon, it's what the nation. Hey they. Up to the mind. going. For. Those rain. Cornelius had this vision of bringing black popular culture music and dance to the Stream, and it's not just African Americans who were tuning in clearly you have young black folks who are on. TV being being into the homes of white. Americans across the country. This coming off the heels of the civil rights movement and is the first time that you're seeing. Young black teenagers really not mired in the way that they've been preceded national news. Soul train came appointment viewing. Show wasn't just about sings of their songs. It was as much about the dancers. Dance is that they were introducing two teenagers around the country. Veto regionalized. M made it national suddenly their dance became everyone's days. We're trying to emulate everything that we see. Soul train has the distinction of being one of the longest running programs in the history of American television. Showcasing, black music and culture to Americans of every race. You've always had in various ways, black popular culture being mainstream but for so long it was being mainstreamed with white voices and white vases. So to have then culture on display that way was. Revolutionary. Soul train brought. It's devoted audience love he's soul. The Mantra Don Cornelius. Passionately other. At the end of every episode an Don. Joining. Reason. We would love.
How To Negotiate Any Big Expense
"Let's jump right into today's lesson and make sure we know how to negotiate those big expenses. So first, let's identify what our big expenses are. So you've got to take a look air piano if you don't have a profit law she. Then, you should have one. This is a simple simple google she or excel. She were you just list all the things you spend your money on for Your Business, the expenses, the loss sheet. And the profits are, of course, we revenue another quick and dirty way to do this while you're creating or is to take a look at your bank account we're your money is going when it comes to the expenses of Your Business. For the moment, we're GonNa put aside any payroll, any employees that work directly for you because that's something that you've agreed upon and we don't to Give somebody something that they didn't expect right. You have an expectation you to make sure you pay them what they're worth the exception to this are contractors or service providers. Maybe you're outsourcing your marketing or you're paid advertising and you have a firm that's doing this for you. You definitely negotiate that and you can use the techniques I've talked about today. So what other big expensive? Jeff server costs do. Maintenance deaf suppliers. Do you have rent. That's costing you a lot of money. Equipment, what is it wants you to list the top five big expenses and have them handy. You're spending a lot of money you're paying a company, a certain amount of money. Every single month is a good chance. You're a high volume customer. You are actually consuming their service or product at a high rate and your customer they don't want to lose they want to do everything they can to keep you happy and keep you paying. So you have a bit of leverage here when it comes to negotiating a better rate. One of the easiest ways negotiate a better rate is commit to a longer term. So for example, we have server costs to run our software company. We Pay Amazon web services, thousands, and thousands of dollars every single month. Literally hundreds of thousands of dollars every year. So one of the things that we do is we negotiate a better rate with Amazon say to them. We're not going anywhere. We want to commit to you. We will commit to a year in advance. Now doesn't mean you have to pay everything upfront. It just means that you're locked into a contract where you're not gonNA move off their platform it's pays go anymore you're going to lock in in exchange for a better race you're paying less every month you lose the flexibility of the possibility of leaving the platform you're paying that kind of money. Going to be free to leave anyway, commit to a longer term a year to year contracts even are available for a lot of types of companies and suppliers call them up, find your account manager and say, Hey, we want to go she a better rate and even if you save ten fifteen percent that makes a humongous difference on your bottom line in terms of what you. Spend every year. So negotiation tactic number one is unique negotiate a better. If you commit to longer term, another negotiation tactic is that you commit to more volume. For example, I was coaching client a few years ago who their APP has SMS reminders, and they have a supplier that allows them to send X. Amount SMS's every single month they committed to a higher volume semesters. Have more customers before they were kind of on a lower plan they're paying SMS after a certain rate. So they said, hey, instead of us, you know on this lower plan and we pay SMS after we hit our limits how `bout? We say we're going to pay for thousand a month instead of the you know twenty or thirty plan. Every month, no matter what will pay for a thousand SMS is and those kind of the number of SMS's they were using every month anyway. But the commit more volume up front every month, and therefore they can negotiate a better rate. Another way to save money on a big expense is to make sure that you're actually being billed in your local currency i. know this sounds very simple but the exchange rate and the international fee that your bank might be charging you. Could be astronomical because of the volume because of the number that you're being charged the price. So. For example, if you're doing business with a UK company and they're charging you a British pounds every time they charge you, they're converting that British pound amount to your local currency. It's a really bad rate for the most part you're losing money on the exchange and your bank will charge you an exchange or a foreign transaction fee. So this can get expensive. You can call this company up and say, Hey, can you charge me in my local currency and basically you agree on what that is, and of course, currencies will fluctuate. So the MIC give you a know an exchange rate that's not super favorable but fair which. means. You know exactly how much you're GONNA pay every single month regardless of what the market's doing wherever you know foreign exchanges or doing, and there's no international transaction fee saving you some money
CarMax profit, revenue rise above expectations
"CARMAX, second quarter profits and revenue came in much higher than expected. And the last time I checked the stock. It was down twelve percent. I was surprised by this because this was a really good quarter for Carmax I didn't see anything in their guidance to indicate that the next three to six months is going to be particularly perilous. Yeah I was also surprised they beat expectations revenue was up three point three, percent five, point three, seven, billion earnings were up percent last quarter they had implemented cost savings they had furloughed fifteen thousand workers, the CEO Bill. Nash Reduced Salary by fifty percent, they stopped new store openings like you said Chris this this quarter was really good for them. Their sales had bounced back by. Around June, we saw revenue growth, they're hiring seven, hundred, fifty people at their customer experience center they're planning to open stores. Again, the stock is up twenty one percent since the beginning of the year. So I don't know if it's more trying to temper expectations for the future, but it was a solid quarter for them. We've certainly seen that with other companies in other industries where. The come out with, results. They are somewhere on the spectrum of good to great but not. Off John Dropping perfect. And we see a little bit of a off just because you're to date the stock is doing well. I Dunno Carmax. I've the last vehicle. I bought was from Carmax. A couple of years ago had a very good experience. I would absolutely go back there again because I feel like they have. I don't want to say they have solved a pain point, but they have certainly made a pain point a lot less painful and I'm referring to the process of buying a car which for for most people, it's just trans. Actually we just want the car that we want and please don't make me go through the whole haggling Kabuki theatre thing because that's just awful. Yeah I have never bought a car I. Don't have a driver's license, but I will say I was I was interested in. How, they might have done in the last recession. So you can see if there are people who are listening economic service. If you look at the demand curve for normal products as income increases the demand for a product increases but with inferior goods are inferior products they do well in a recession because as income decreases demand for this product increases, and since Carmax maxell eighty, five percent of their revenue is used cars. It seems likely that they would be considered an inferior product. So if we see a recession in the future, they would be a company that would do well, and so I looked at. How they did in the last recession, and if you look at the stock from March twenty, two, thousand, eight to September Twenty fifteen, it returned two hundred, four percent compared to fifty percent for the S. and P. Five hundred. So I think looking forward and thinking long term about Carmax if you're thinking about the impacts, the long-term recession impacts of covid nineteen, this might be an interesting to think thing to think about is those inferior products versus those normalized product particularly in urban areas where you're a for people who have the means they're probably to be spending less time getting on subways if they can avoid it. I gotta say inferior goods as a categorization just sounds pejorative that sounds like something that the new auto dealers of America came up with yeah. It's not the nicest term and when you study, they'll say a bus is considered an inferior to car planes kind of insulting. But that is the technical economic term
"bills" Discussed on Big Book Podcast
"Welcome back my friends to the big book podcast. My name is Howard and I'm an alcoholic sober since January nineteen eighty eight one day at a time. In this episode Chapter One Bill Story from the second edition about alcohol anonymous originally published in Nineteen fifty five. Substantially unchanged from the first edition there were some minor revisions to bill story. A word here sentenced there by the time the second edition was published bill story had appeared in more than three hundred thousand copies of the first edition, while a a membership had mushroomed from one hundred, two over seven, hundred, twenty, five thousand. And though bill story had already become legendary by nineteen, fifty, five, his timeless message of experience, strength, and hope retained its power and impact past his death in nineteen, seventy-one through the third and fourth editions and to the Present Day. And now. From the second edition of alcoholics anonymous. Chapter one bill story. War fever ran high in the New England town to which we knew young officers from Plattsburgh were assigned, and we were flattered when the first citizens took us to their homes, making us feel her ROIC. Here was love applause war moments sublime with intervals hilarious. I was part of life at last, and in the midst of the excitement I discovered liquor. I forgot the strong warnings, and the prejudices of my people concerning drink. In time we sail for over there. I was very lonely and again turned to alcohol. We landed in England I visited. Winchester Cathedral much moved I wandered outside. My was caught by dog role on an old tombstone. Here lies a Hampshire Grenadier. Who caught his death? Drinking cold small beer. A good soldier is narrow, forgot whether he dia by Musket or by pot. Ominous warning which I failed to heed. Twenty, two and a veteran of foreign wars. I went home at last I fancied myself a leader for had not the men of my battery given me a special token of appreciation, mitalent for leadership I imagined would place me at the head of vast enterprises, which I would manage with the utmost assurance. took a night law course and obtained employment as investigator for shirty company. The drive for success was on I'd prove to the world I was important. My work took me about Wall Street and little by little I became interested in the market. Many people lost money, but some became very rich. Why not I I studied economics and business as well as law potential alcoholic, that I was I nearly failed my law course. At one of the finals, I was too drunk to think or right. Though my drinking was not yet continuous, it disturbed my wife. Had, long talks when I would still her forebodings by telling her that men of genius conceived their best projects, when drunk that the most majestic constructions of philosophic thought were so derived by the time I had completed the course I knew the law was not for me. The inviting Maelstrom of Wall Street had me in its grip. Business and financial leaders were my heroes out of this alloy of drinking speculation I commenced to forge the weapon that one day wouldn't turn in its flight like a boomerang and all, but cut me to ribbons. Living Modestly, my wife and I saved one thousand dollars. It went into certain securities then cheap and rather unpopular. I Riley imagine that they would someday have a great rise I failed to persuade my broker friends to send me out looking over factories and management's, but my wife and I decided to go anyway. I had developed the theory theory that most people lost money in stocks through ignorance of markets. I discovered many more reasons later on. We gave up our positions off. We roared on a motorcycle. The sidecar stuffed with tent blankets, a change of clothes and three huge volumes of a financial reference service. Our friends thought a lunacy commission should be appointed. Perhaps they were right. I had had some success at speculation, so we had a little money, but we once worked on a farm for a month to avoid drawing on our small capital. That was the last honest manual labor on my part for many a day. We covered the whole eastern United States in a year at the end of it. My reports to Wall Street procured me a position there and the use of a large expense account. The exercise of an option brought in more money, leaving us with a prophet of several thousand dollars for that year. For the next few years fortune through money and applause my way. I had arrived. My judgment and ideas were followed by many to the tune of paper millions. The great boom of the late twenties was seething and swelling drink was taking an important and exhilarating part of my life. There was loud talk in the jazz places uptown. Everyone spent in thousands and chattered in millions
"bills" Discussed on How to Money
"They've completely bought into the system. They're kind of outback. They're keeping an eye on the ground for anything that sparkles to find a trash treasure, and this is something that's that's really worked for US I wanted to share this. Though because we had a tough time getting the girls onboard especially evie. She's the oldest right. She's the oldest who can actually understand money. Maybe the you know the best, but. But even still we've had a difficult time getting her on board with working in and kind of doing jobs and getting paid for it. She hasn't had much interest in it and it took this new system where we could directly tie the work that they're doing with the money that they're earning is taken making that link between those two things as clear and. And straightforward as possible for them to finally realize like. Oh cool I do this thing. And then I get paid for it, and so I wanted to share that because I think there might be a lot of folks out there who are having a tough time getting the ball rolling when it comes to figuring out chores or jobs for the kids and how to. To get them on board with your earning money, and even being interested in, and I wouldn't encourage folks to stick with the most simple system that they can think of where they can directly link the work. They're doing to the money that they're earning. Yeah, no I love that and it's starting small getting somewhere getting the ball rolling so important again the kids. About doing it, I think sometimes that's where we as parents fall flat. Is We make it boring or we're trying to teach overcomplicated. By into, do over complicate the systems and I'm like all right. This is here the charts and hear the different categories, and all this is like now. All we need is money and trash. Like literally, it just needs to be that straightforward for us. I agree and so yeah, the simpler you can make it especially when kids are young, right that. Needs to be at its most implicit start to develop a routine around it, you start to kind of help them to understand how it works the the trade off of work in order to make money and the anyway that you can kind of get them started young doing that. I love it, but maybe maybe give them some gloves just. They do what's funny, is they? Do each have a little nail like this a new nail, not rusty or anything, and they'll use that to dig up Ryon Yeah. So they're almost like little archaeologist, little tools, or they're kind of excavating pieces of the past. Awesome awesome. I love it. And hopefully that's encouragement to other people out there who are trying to figure out how they can teach their kids to do some stuff around the house that that helps out, and it also teaches kids about how they go about earning money, and now's a good time to start. Now's as good a time as any arm outlets. I mentioned the peer. That were having on the show today to they were drinking. A beer called Tampa timeshare. It's a grapefruit Basil Goza by wrecking Barbara Pub one of our favorite barack down the street, looking forward to having this on the. The show today with you. Bud and a quick reminder, the reason that we have a craft beer. Every episode is because this is a way for us that you and I to to show right that we're enjoying something now while at the same time being responsible and doing long-term smart things with our money as well like investing it when.
"bills" Discussed on Pro Rata
"That's out of network and then get personally charged for the difference between what the provider charges and what. The patient's the health care insurance is willing to pay. This can even happen if you go to an in network facility like a hospital but get treated by an out of network doctor now sometimes. The bills can be just a few dollars but they can also be thousands of dollars leading to some of the medical bankruptcies we hear about not surprisingly surprise. Medical bills are not terribly popular among Americans Americans with surveys showing that around half of us have received one so congress and the White House had been working on a solution for over a year but it is very complicated after. Remember over the extra money does need to come from somewhere. If it's not gonna come from patients then either. Healthcare insurers are going to need to pay or healthcare providers are going to need to pay or maybe maybe a combination of the two. This past midnight may have seen a breakthrough though as some bipartisan. Top members of congressional healthcare committees and nounce in agreement but within hours the health care industry voiced its opposition and given what we know about Washington. DC that means getting. This deal passed as anything but a sure bet. In the meantime surprise medical bills continue to be mixed in but the holiday cards. Fifteen seconds will deeper with access healthcare reporter Caitlyn Owens but first this axios gives you the news and analysis. You need to get smarter faster on the most important topics in our unique smart brevity format we cover topics from politics to science in media to tech subscribed to get smarter faster the at sign up dot axios Dot Com and now back to the program. PODCAST joined now by active healthcare reporter. Caitlyn Owens so Caitlyn as we mentioned at the top there was a deal proposed on Sunday night. What are the broad strokes so this deal would prohibit patients receiving bills and then it would also set a benchmark right to decide how much that provider got paid but if a bill is above seven hundred fifty dollars then either party would have the option of taking it to arbitration to dispute kind kind of that benchmark claim spreads? Medical bills aren't a small thing in the sense of there's lots and lots of them who these arbitrators but this basically a new federal bureaucracy of arbitrators or do we have any senator who these people because we could be talking about thousands and thousands of claims day. Well first of all. I don't know it's hard to say. How many claims because first of all the average balanced bill according to a letter that I got last last week from team health which is a physician staffing firm the average balance Bill? They said that they send out is five hundred thirty dollars. You know I think. That's part of the providers complaints about about this is that seven hundred and fifty s and a low enough threshold to be able to send you know most of their bills to arbitration board. That said we don't have the legislative text as far as I know yet. We just got a section by section in summary so I think some of these details are kind of the weedy ones are a little bit. Td actually asked about that when we look at WHO Kinda proposed this on Sunday night one person was conspicuously. Absent isn't which was Patty Murray. Who's kind of the top Democrat on the Senate side of this Lamar Alexander who's a Republican counterpart was on it? Do we know why she wasn't there. It was that just because she didn't and get around to it or is she going to actively oppose this because that would seem to matter no she said a statement and it was a supportive statement. She's not on it. She said that some members of your caucus we're still having being issues with the bill. Politico reported that one of those was Chuck Schumer. He was the Senate Minority Leader and not coincidentally New York Hospital. Association is opposing misspell spell. Almost every healthcare provider organization of any substance is opposing this bill or or is there an exception somewhere the major ones all are opposing it. Yes yes they want the arbitration rate their big favor arbitration in states where petitioner has been used. It's been favorable to them. They don't like the benchmark rate weather because that lowers their profits were because they don't like the standard that it sets of the government intervening and payment rates if this bill As you said the legislative texts. Isn't there yet. But if this concept in theory were to become in law as a patient at that point does it matter anymore if I go in network out of network does that become largely irrelevant. No so I think this. Bill Limited limited to specific circumstances. Now what can't happen or what is not supposed to happen anymore is that you unknowingly go out of network so you know the point is that the patient needs to actively consent to going out of network so the problem is for example when you go to the emergency room in your anesthesiology. Even first of all like you know if you're having an emergency I don't think anyone's first first reaction to this to say go to the closest place by ambulance explicit. Exactly so then you know once. You're there even if you are in network like who knows if the anesthesiologist MRIs ecologists. That comes by while you're unconscious is going to be in network or out of network right so like that's what the situation is attempting to address now if you WanNa get knee surgery and you really like an out of network needs urgent. And you're aware that the knee surgeon is out of network. You're still going to have to be on the hook for paying out of whatever that cost is and and you know the solution doesn't apply there so the point is that patients will just like not unknowingly see out of network providers and then get hit with the bill for it. We've talked a little bit in the past. About how when you look at the pieces of the healthcare industry and when you see what gets talked about say during presidential debates or other political debates providers the doctors the facilities almost never get mentioned as part out of the equation. Here is that beginning to change in surprised medical bill and change that or do people still into the politicians still at least publicly talk insurers insurers insures insures and drug companies obviously. You're still the big ones. But you are seeing the providers. Come up more so and you know. I think that these ads that these private equity backed companies have run. I pissed some politicians off. Joe Rogan told. WHO's the top adviser at the White House? told us that they were vile and these are. ADS are coming from providers that are targeting congresspeople. And kinda swing districts correct right and I think that Dan you know the one thing we haven't talked about yet on this. Is that just this year so much money at stake here and you know in this letter that I obtained last sweep that I wrote about team health. Which is one of these private equity backed provider companies? They wrote two senators in a private letter. That they'd it's not that they make a lot of money from balanced spilling itself which they don't it's like you know a lot of patients can't even pay these bills but the point is they are able to raise in network rates with insurers because there are threatening to the inbalance spo- patients so it's kind of like you know one expert put it to me. It's like basically holding patients hostage. You know putting a gun to their head and looking insurers and saying pay up you know so there's just a AH that's why private equity is interested in these firms because they're able to get these in-network payment raith that are many multiples of what Medicare pays and better paid than many other. Providers specialties specialties. It's not just these balanced bills that are at stake here. It's also you know what it comes down to. Is How much tax payers and patients paying premiums or taxes if you know in the case of taxpayers. So there's there's just a lot of layers to this issue and it really gets that the reason why providers are fighting so hard for this just how much money is at stake crystal-ball gaze from where we are This two thousand nine hundred about the end in which means we are officially going to be in a presidential election year very very soon plus a Senate election year for lots of folks. Do you expect by next November. Will there be some sort of legislation. salaciously passed and signed by the White House to try to get at this issue surprise medical billing. You would've asked me last week and I said no probably not at this rate but I think that you know this kind of did get a new burst of energy this weekend when the bill was released. I hate putting myself in a definitive status. But I'm asking because things can change it a whim. It's looking at this week. I'll say that that's that's a good place. Stop Caitlyn Owens who writes the daily Axios vitals newsletter get ADT sign up axios DOT COM. Thanks so much for joining us. Thank you my final to read after this. This axiom. Chief Technology correspondent enough free shares breaking news and analysis on the most consequential companies players intact from the valley to DC. Subscribe to get smarter faster. SIGN-UP DOT AXIOS DOT COM and now back to the program podcast. Now it's done for my the final two and I up his China which has been using facial recognition software in its efforts to detain and quote re educate certain ethnic minorities axios learn certain certain Chinese recipients of World Bank loans requested tens of thousands of dollars to buy facial recognition cameras software night vision cameras and other surveillance technology analogy for use in schools within the region where most of the detentions are believed to be taking place now. The World Bank tells access that it didn't actually disburse the funds that the request that self reflects this kind of moral hazard that's now facing any organization that is operating within China than includes quasi-public organizations like the World Bank but also privately held businesses from Wall Street to Silicon Valley and finally a private equity owned company called Integrated Marketing Group yesterday. Surprised at seven hundred fifty employees flory's by giving them a total of fifty million dollars cash for what it calls a recognition of their success in growing the business. The company also made all of those employees eligible eligible for company stock. Now I M G itself is not the most interesting shop it basically distributes health and life insurance products and has been used by its private equity owners is a platform affirmed by smaller rivals but employees from those rivals also got in on yesterday's payout which works out to an average of around sixty six thousand dollars per worker. Although in fairness the actual payouts were a little lump here with the smallest check being seventy five hundred bucks. Why all this matters is the corporate? America has talked a very big game in two thousand nineteen about how it's I've got to do a better job serving all stakeholders not just investors. This is an example of one company and a private equity owned one at that putting. Its money where its mouth is and we're done. But thanks for listening to my producers Tim Chauffeur's shaven have a great national Noodle Ring Day. And we'll be back tomorrow with another pro rata podcast..
"bills" Discussed on Nickel Package
"Titans into your heart I. I guess I'm ready. Tighten up okay. Let me rephrase that. Are you ready to accept a world in which Ryan Tannehill is the most beloved by advanced. Reese quarterback you in Did you did you see a Ben Baldwin. CPO E EPA rankings. Today where Santa Hell Yeah. He's number one number one in the dumps. Dad's he's a fascinating this season's one hundred thirteen point nine that second and in six starts he's had five one hundred plus games but he's also the next has that a completion percentage above above expected completion percentage. He's number one by like a mile in that so I went back and watched a little bit of Tanta Hill. To see how he's been doing it and the last game he wasn't as good. You have this incredible. That forty yard pass. Hold hold onto cle- Raymond who is a person. I learned existed while watching that clip. But I think that that was probably like he didn't really win the game but it is interesting Charles like it does feel like they've sort of built the perfect offense for his skill set. If that that makes sense which is something that obviously did not happen in Miami. Yeah I remember I think the first Tannehill game I watched this year was that she's game. Where on that last drive of the game? I mean I thought I was watching like personnel Al Hall of Famer because he had twenty two yards and he comes back those two strikes for like sixty down the field then scored a touchdown scores two super conversion. That was like you know. I don't even know what this is. But that's not the Ryan Tannehill that I'm used to watch him and yet again Charles. MacDonald underestimating summating the mobility of my court. I'm Danielle I didn't. I wasn't underestimate people. Receiver at a Texas. I know he's a good athlete. How I was just thinking like I didn't know that he has the ability to do like a ninety yard game winning drive? I don't think I've ever seen them do that. And I I really like the way office is set up because I was a big fan of. Aj Brown the Ole miss the draft. He is great. And did you just look at what he was able to do in college. I mean he was. I think you have to or two or three straight thousand yard seasons and he was doing at such a young Age So you know you got him and Corey Davis and Derrick. Henry is coming along and dominating December as he seems to do every single year. You I don't. I don't really know what the feeling on this team is. But you're right like the way that this thing structure pretend to hell. I don't think it's a stretch to say. I mean this might even be a rather obvious statement that this is the best supporting cast that he's had in his career where it's like. All these pieces are working together for him. And he's almost a perfect quarterback to unlock this thing and make it work so this is I think this is the first time in my life. Since Steve McNair was there where I can honestly say like I enjoy watching the Tennessee. Titans play offense like I don't I I don't know what's going on here. And the fact that Ryan Ryan Tannehill leading this resurgence. It's I mean it's amazing to watch the keys. He's tied right now. The League League with Pat with Patrick Mahomes in terms of adjusted yards per attempt. which you know? If you're listening you don't know it converts touchdown interception interceptions of the yards and it makes like one meet yards per attempt number I I don't I don't think he's doing that. Great in terms of QBR. But when you just watch them play it's like it's like a totally totally different quarterback that we've seen that was playing in you know these really short we're going to throw the ball Jarvis Landry a million times a game screen stuff but that he was doing Adam Gates and now he's got an offense coordinator with Arthur Smith to when Marietta was a quarterback look like a lame duck guy and now he he's leaving one of the better offenses in the League over the past few weeks. It's it's it's really strange to watch and I really hope that the Tennessee titans sneak into the playoffs. Somehow because I I just WanNa see what they can do in a high stakes situation where we've seen the comeback against the chiefs. Even though a little bit of that was Andy Reid in his usual clock management. A gas I I I would love to see them get into the playoffs playing the high state games and how the chance to to win in a normal way I would say because last time they won. That was the the way they played against the chiefs in the playoffs in Mariota caught that pass it was bad down south. Yeah like I. I'm really interested to see see if this team is legit and if they can continue like this explosive offense inefficient offense in the postseason over the last three games. Derrick Kennedy is rushed for one hundred forty nine yards one hundred fifty nine yards one hundred eighty eight yards so great it's The line is still very bad at pass. Pro they're gonNA run blocking you. Actually see you and I think Taniela some of the same problems as Mario I do think he holds onto it too long but offensive line does struggle in that regard. That said he's kind of doing everything they wanted Mario to do. It's it's a simple offense. It's really. It's a lot of boots a lot of screens. But he's executing well I think Mario it over the last couple of years. The you mobility is there in a way that threatens defenses. It's guys like Henry j Brown just really strong athletic lake weapons. Just get him the ball and let them run dudes over. Eat seems to be like a formula. That's pretty successful for them. I think this is a plus defense. I don't think they're one of the best defense in the NFL. The secondary is probably. I don't have the numbers in front of me. The this best rush defense twenty third past that checks out a UH great linebacker group. I feel like I'm I'm one of the oldest finished such a lame thing to say but you don't really hear enough. I think about this linebacker linebacker group and how good they are John Brown. Hope I'm saying his name right but He's been good for two years now John Evans also he's in a second can season out about he. He's been really great and then Herald Landry Herald Landry Cheese Herald Landry got eight sacks eleven tackles for loss so I think with with Acura and then draw. Casey hasn't been as unstoppable as he's been in past years but pairing him with Jeffrey Simmons over the last few Games has unlocked him at moments. I mean this defense. That's good enough. I think to keep pace with any of the playoff teams. So we'll see I mean I. I would pick them to win. I mean the raiders who are playing this weekend are obviously trending in the wrong direction. They've been outscored seventy four to twelve over the last few games. I don't really want to talk about them. I'm at length. I just want to read this quote from Tarran Matthew. I'm glad that we were able to capitalize on him him. Being Derek Carr her when he did try to throw the ball down the field. Yeah I mean I was at that I obviously I was at the Jess Raider game Two weeks ago man like it was just all check downs. The entire game like he he he. We did not test the the jazz defense whatsoever and then they got behind so quickly so fast that He was pulled like three minutes left in the third. Quarter and that raiders team. I I was. I was intrigued by them. But even going into that jets game where they were six and four. They still had a negative point differential on the season. And I think even if you if you go back you go to pro football reference and you look at each seems expected wins and losses coming into that game. They're six and four but they're expected wouldn't losses was three and seven so they were team that was like Kinda outperforming expectations at the time or getting lucky these close games and you know I maybe over the the past two weeks leave We've seen what this team might actually be. Which is pretty boring? Yeah they're like an average football altea. Basically yeah I still think I mean. If you're a raiders fan too I'm not like totally dispirited. Allow these rookies look really good. I'm still excited about you. Know like Mo oh her and Renfro. Who didn't apparently Hunter Renfro was the key? To the entire raiders. Offense all along who knew by the way tyroleans real disappointment there. And I think that's that's the issue this is supposed to be an evaluation year of Derek Carr and after the first half of the season you're thinking all right we we're gonNA definitely a stick with him and now he's struggling and the reason. I thought it would be a good year to evaluate him because I thought okay. They finally have weapons around him. This is when they signed Brown to and I thought okay they can tell what they have but at the end of the day. It doesn't matter who you put around him. It's just as brain like I wish you could take a little bit of Daniel Jones and Janus Winston like what's in their brain and do a little bit of a swap an eighty twenty situation take twenty percent of Derek Carr and put it in their brains take twenty percent of Winston Jones and put it in Derek cars brain. Yeah I it's just it's just gotta be more aggressive like if you wanNA consistently score points and I think he made a good point like there is stuff to be excited about. Josh Jacobs has an excellent all season. I think the off that often divine is is is pretty good to me Like I love watching Trent Brown play. Because you just show you six eight. Three hundred. Seventy three hundred eighty pound guys just moved like as well as he does not. I don't know it's just like one of those planet things where I just just can't get enough of watching some of those guys off the vine so I I don't I they still have the first round pick from the Khalil Mack Trade for next year to right. I think I think so. Yeah it away like you can really argue either side of that now it almost gas on that. It's not like a lose lose situation but I mean the bears probably got like a it probably stick there because it's he he he's great but I think teams showed this year you can. You can neutralize them a little bit if you you know if he three bodies and yeah you can block him And that's a viable way to play offense when Leonard Floyd doesn't show up and now it's on trubisky and we know trubisky you know he's just so you know I mistake. But he's got to see how those picks pan out for the for the raiders. All right before we get to dinks and dunks wanted to tell you guys is about to podcasts one is espn daily hosted by yours. Truly find an itunes spotify. ESPN APP wherever you get your podcast. Twenty minutes every day..
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"Who was the signs like two who years in like less than eight million dollars have been really really good and then Brown Beasley really have not only been excellent but have an excellent for Josh Allen? I John Brown was opened the entire first. Half of the season. It would drive me crazy. And then Allen started to hit him and then I think what you've seen over the last few games during this stretch very good offense from them is Brown has been double teamed and bracketed a bit more and he's been finding Beasley basically a human zone Beater Ryan. I think you saw that on Thanksgiving thanks. Giving in particular online that excellent touchdown pass so you know if he can like play efficient. Football with those to pass catchers. I think that's kind of the perfect complement of weapons for him Much has been made of debut. It's still funny by the way after the Patriots Patriots game you know he was really bad and the offense was struggling in the beginning of the year. It was all the defense you saw people calling for like dabbles. Firing was heavily criticised and it. Just I I still like I always. I praised him back then received some criticism but I really think it was more just that they weren't executing his game plan but they have made some tweaks you know he famously famously moved upstairs and also shaved his beard but beyond that they've played a lot more no huddled and they've gotten Robert Foster on the field using more eleven and I think that's worked as well just kind of getting their best players out there so all that said. I think if the bills want any hope at this one it can't just be defensive grind fest I think Allen needs to exploit those ravens corners and I think you know there's some hope based on what we've seen lately. Yeah there there's definitely some hope You know I'm kinda interested to see like if the bills else can win this game like is there a chance that they can get back into the AFC and you know like like they like dabble. He's done such a good job and and I remember like last year when they beat the Vikings and I think they're just dealing with a ton of short fields and they they gotta turn overs on Kirk cousins but They got like dabble. which is scheming guys wide? Open against the Mike Zimmer's defense. That's when I was like okay. You know this guy might actually be you. You know a pretty counterplay collar and now and now. Now he's got the personnel like it's almost a little bit to me like not that he's Kyle Shanahan but when you wash Kyle Shanahan in his first year with the forty nine and it's like you see these guys running wide open but whoever their quarterback was whether it be hoyer or better or whatever they were just just missing these throws and and you see it's like if they could just get a little bit more talent at the quarterback position with off line or or what have you then this really take off and now I think he's starting to say see the same thing with the bills and if they can keep this up if they can beat the ravens like we might have to start taking this team seriously as a team that might not. I don't WANNA say they'll beat the Patriots but at least at least can make make some noise in the playoffs and potentially get get into that home slot against the AFC East a Ah are for the AFC East especially if you know if this patriots often still keeps sputtering Mike. I think that's a very real possibility. But they still have to go out and do I. I mean pats would have to lose to the chiefs not impossible and then we'd have to go to foxborough girl beat them all right. Well before we get to the next game I can tell you about ziprecruiter. Hiring is challenging but there's one placing Zingo were hiring a simple fast and smart and growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. Quotable co-founder.
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"Know that if you can't throw you can still produce on the ground I'm not sure if this is the case now but going into that giving us a forty niners the ravens had three of the top five runners in the league in terms of yards per carry with Lamar Mark Ingram and Gusts Edwards. So you know what what they're doing on the ground is unbelievable and if if a team like the forty niners can't stop them on the ground like if Lamar Still GonNa get sixteen carries. Here's one hundred one yards and a touchdown versus the forty niners. And they have you know zillion first round picks on defense or making go make Aaron. Donald look like just an ordinary right from the pack. Were in that game against the rams where he has one of the worst games of his career against that team. You know it's it's really scary to think about. Not only what this team can the rest of the season but what they can do in the future because I mean you got to think about it. I receiver they've Hollywood Hollywood Brown who he. He's kind of in and out the lineup but he's dynamic player and outside of that in the passing game they're just kind of relying on tight ends in. Got Guys like Steph Roberts in Willie snead needs you know they have at least personnel wise. A lot of room to get better so you know I. I thought that game was just I. It was fascinating to see a team. Still be able to move the ball and still there'll be other play productive football in a situation where the throwing wasn't always there for them and you know I. It was a mix between the weather. And Lamar was perfect on the ball on that game. Either but you know I think the fact that he doesn't need to be perfect to still being extremely valuable player for the issues. Like that's gotTa be Kinda scary to watch it if you're the rest of the AFC not that was just about perfect defensive game against them are honestly. That's that's probably the best sort of defensive performance you'll get against the Ravens is what you saw partially their offense just didn't execute enough also. It was Jimmy was trying to throw interceptions all over the place and they were also plagued by the same issues with the rain and they also ran. The ball with great successes are really close football the game but I think a couple of things struck me about watching from watching this niners defense against that Ravens run game game. Once it became clear to the past wasn't there I joked about how the options were faking out. The niners linebackers. Ah joked about criticizing them. Even though I was full on every play but it was funny. Charles's even went so there were just many plays where you would see the Fred Fred Warner whoever bite on whether it was Ingraham Edwards on an option play and then Lamar would scoot around the edge but even when they read read him correctly. He's still to the Hass. That's what's so crazy about watching him like we talk about the use of motion and the deception and the optionality on that but even when it's not there even when you know he's GonNa run he will still beat. You WanNa say beat you too. It's not like it used to rip off a huge run because it's the ravens they're gonNA play four downs. God bless them like they're just he's GonNa he's GonNa get it so I think that that's something that struck me. I thought if they play that game a few more times I do think the niners win some of them if they get a better game out at Jimmy just because at defense really is the best in the League and the other thing that struck me about this game game is how deeply irritating it is that Baltimore has Justin ducker right like always kicker struggling across the League for teams. That actually need them. They alright have the best kicker in the NFL. Twenty three this year and they can use him to ice games when they want to. So that's infuriating so I don't think the bills defense is as good as San Francisco's. I think they're very good. They do play a lot of zone and I think that equips them better against Jackson perhaps in some other teams but I integrate cowboys. Oh Boy Game Charles. They warrant terrific against the run so I wouldn't be surprised and given how good this bill second areas areas. I wouldn't be surprised if we see another similar performance from Amar on this one. Yeah I mean neither would i. And it's gotten to the point where you know if if the the forty niners can't stop the run if rams can't stop the run AO INC coming into those games. Those are two of the better run defense league like if those teams are just GonNa get towards from the ground we might just be at a point where it says. It doesn't really matter how good you run defenses. I E you're probably just just GONNA get smoked regardless because you not only. Do you have to scheme where you have to account for the quarterback where like all eleven players on the field are active participants submits in the run game on offense which is something that really only one team is consistently doing in Baltimore. You have to deal with the fact that they have some really really really talented offensive lineman with Ronnie Stanley's a former first round pick. He's great. We all know Marshall Janda might be a future hall of Famer is the hall if the if the voters get that one right Orlando Brown's developed into one of the best right tackles in the League And he was a third round pick. I mean these guys can just mall your face at the point of attack. Not only are you worrying about. Where is the ball you have? You have these three hundred forty pound guys just coming down your face while you're trying to figure out where the ball is and then before you can even figure out either Ingram slip down the field for ten yards or the Mars going around the corner like this is I think i. I don't know if we have any advanced advanced numbers on this or I'm sure there are buying them but this has got to be one of the best rushing attacks just flat out in the history of the game and when you look at how efficient that they they are on the ground if you just go by pro football pro pro. Football references expected plant models. They're more efficient than about half the leaks passing tax. Which is I mean insane positive by the way as a run just to have a positive rushing? EPA is already bonkers so yeah so so what what they're doing on the ground is crazy and then You know you factor in what Lamar can do as a passer like I. I just don't know if buffalo has the horses to to slow interesting down in you know at at all. He had a great game on Thanksgiving against the cowboys He's coming to zone. But still you know I just don't know no as a whole i. If this is the team that can flow down Lamar McDermott's great offense is a great decent mind for the bills and I think he's one of the best defense. The coaches like flat out and football. But you know I it just comes to a point where this this Baltimore. Offense is such a fine tuned machine that even if they can they can clamp ramp down on the passing game a little bit and make Lamar you know at least control him as a passer. It just might not matter because that runoff fences so good. I think that you're right about the bills defense which is talked about a lot. And they're very good and it was lovely to see our beloved Oliver Start Thriving driving after a slow start this year. I think for it's more likely. Let's put it this way that a team that the ravens will. We'll have a bad day on defense that we'll see more slip-ups from Earl Thomas and Marcus. Peters like what we saw in the ninth game then it is. I think for a defense to stop Lamar altogether right. And if you'd asked me Charles like a month ago I would have said no shot this. This bills offense is terrible but they've come on really strong over the last few weeks and credit where credit's due. Josh Allen has been excellent over the last few weeks Aaron shots on the show a couple of weeks ago posted this through the first five weeks. Josh had a negative twenty twenty four point. Eight percent passing diva which is very bad. Can we seven three thirteen. It's been plus six point seven. It's interesting adding to. I pulled up his numbers miss. I've always felt the COM for him. Was Cam Newton. That's where the potential was there and when you pull up their second season numbers. There's a lot of similarities. There Cam was better over the course of the whole second season. But if you narrow window for Josh to the last month and a half hour so it's very similar and you know I think there's you can put a lot of it on debacle and we'll talk about that a second but he just looks like he's developing As a quarterback he is making better decisions. He's you know a lot of times in the beginning of the season you would. He would play like a really good really great quarter or to be wouldn't put together complete game. And you make these boneheaded mistakes NOCCO through his reads tried to turn over the ball and that's gone he he just. He stopped locking into guys as much. I don't think the deep ball is perfect yet. But we're finally starting to see that line line up a bit. which given his strength would be remarkable? He's holding onto the ball less long. He's making the right pre snap. Read so if you're a bills fan you have to be thrilled with what you've seen the last few weeks. Yeah for sure and I mean that Thanksgiving game was. It was huge because I think it gave at least your casualties football fan. The idea that Josh Allen can play a little bit accurately that was his first nationally televised. Yes if you had only seen that game you probably think Josh Elvis Court cracking right so you know. I think that was big for his national image. But you know he he definitely has improved over the past. You know I think over the last eleven games. I was looking at last night historic thirteen touchdowns to just two interceptions. which is you know? It's pretty impressive. Considering the fact that he was just seen is like this incredibly raw passer. That didn't really know what he was doing. And Yeah I think one thing that you really see improved from him is. The process looks a lot easier for them in terms of playing vote. Because you know even earlier this year You know me and my friend justice. We were laughing about it. Because when I watched Josh Allen play the season we were talking about how now Josh Allen looked like. Every time he caught the pass he caught this. This is not the shotgun snap. He was almost waking up mid play like he would catch the snap and then like falsely for second and then come to and then at that point you know he's already getting sacked or pass but now it's all like there's a process to. I'M GONNA catch. Snap them and get back to my drop by drop. That boss can be out and that's that's a huge improvement over where he was earlier this here and late last year and I like the fact that he's he's kind of cut back on instead of using this. You Know Howitzer for right on me has instead instead of launching the ball seventy yards downfield. He's used to the advantage like in a media game because if if he if his receivers can get a step like like what he's done with John Brown this season or even Dawson knocks the tight end if you times if those guys can get Step he has the Armstrong rifled the ball and to just about any window and that's from a he's wondering about his own game and it's think it's been a big improvement in terms of maximizing the these efficiency on on on these past place so yeah yea I think one of my favorite throws from him. I think I think it was last week when they were playing. The dolphins in the dolphins were in cover too and he hits on Brown like in the honey hole along alongside my and I mean just forty yards across the field on a on a rail And then jump score touchdowns and you know those are the place that that really excite any fan of like no matter what your pre-draft analysis stuff was like. If you can see someone make that throw you WanNa see them. Continue to make that you know I. I hope that sounds I'm good. I'm hoping continue this because one. It'd be nice if we could. Have you know another young quarterback to get excited about as the you know. The old guard kind of moves along longer retires and to you know just anytime you can see somebody with that level of physical ability. You know. It's it's almost the same thing with Lamar you know. You WanNa see these guys maximize his skill. Because it's just they're just a blast to watch like. I don't know anyone who who didn't watch Josh Allen on on Thanksgiving and say you know that was actually pretty entertaining watching. Just rip the ball down the field they can make places flags and you know. It's almost like a over the past month or so. It's like a controlled level of chaos as planning and and it's just a blast to watch. Yeah and I did this. After the game that I thought like Brandon beane had the best offseason at which point a bunch of angry niners fans jumped into my mention but buck for buck. These signings have been incredible. You mentioned the Ravens Offensive. Line the bills of line has been right there with them and you you know. Obviously they did. Pay A lot of money for Mitch Morris but Quinton Spain John Feliciano Feliciana Feliciana..
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"NFL podcast. We're crunch time. What happens when one of the hosts tries to eat a stick or cardboard or paper in general reno paper products? He's actually not in the room. I'm right now which is unusual and suspicious But we will persist because we are headed down the stretch of the NFL season. I don't mind the stretch. Technically begins but it feels like we're firmly in the stretch the air is cooling even here in Los Angeles's sixty degrees this morning. The Seattle seahawks are our ten and two and I am delighted to be joined by an old friend of the show who has a new job. He now covers the giants and jets for the New York Daily News. Welcome welcome back Charles McDonald. Thanks for having me. Yeah I've I've upgraded. We'll a bit to the pinnacle of NFL football giants and the jets who have combined six twins on the season. It's been a great experience so far you can find Charles on twitter at four verts. I've been trying to get him to use his his own picture as an Avatar for at least a year now but he has refused so far right now upgraded to a squad pick. So it's like six in my friends and we gotTA guess which one's mind that's That's a like an online dating. I hear you you too old. I missed that whole that whole boat. Well we're not gonNA talk about the jets. Sadly 'cause I think if we were coming off of a great Sam Darnold performance might force you to talk about the man. I like to call Sammy dimes. But we're going to rent a pass on that we are going to talk about the giants. CI- There's a few interesting games that I wanted to discuss One of which is I think this is actually interesting. I think the Eagles he goes are really interesting. I want to about Ravens bills. I WanNa talk about Titans raiders so up teams. We haven't really given a lot of attention to on the meantime show featuring lenny but before we get to that. Charles we've got some breaking news. Ron Rivera has been fired now. I'll just say I I think the fact that he he was like go is not incredibly surprising. What's surprising is that it happened? Now what was your first reaction. Yeah that was my takeaway you too 'cause I I don't think anyone would have been surprised. He got fired. You know on that black Monday at the end of the season but the fact that it happened now with with four games there's left the season just seemed a little odd. Because I don't I don't really see the reason for it now. I mean maybe it was just like the embarrassment of losing into Washington and the way they lost to Washington. But I don't know if you can put blame on anyone on that last play on anyone except for Kyle Allen himself. 'cause that was just it's unbelievable I don't I don't know if you will you will ever see play like that again the NFL retake a twenty three yard loss on my fourth into I thought yeah I I don't really get the timing with that that But you know I think it all points to what a lot of people have been. Speculating is Carolina's head. Headed towards like a pretty hard reset sat in the off season. And you know we're we still don't know if if Marty Hernia if he's gonNA stick around the GM but there's been all types of rumors all seasons. Maybe even before the season about Camden player for a new team next season. And you know I it feels like Ron Rivera being fired even if the time is will it was like the first step towards them. You know almost the first step towards David tepper making this franchises on I should add today's episode of e Tuesday's episode of Espn Peon daily. My other podcasts is about camps future Jeremy Fowler the guest speculates about a few teams. He might be going to chargers bears. Once you've heard before he also throughout the saints which is just incredible troll booth in a courage you tell the panthers fan in your life that that is a possibility a very unlikely possibility but a hilarious largest one nonetheless. I think you're right about all of that. I think especially deserving the blame for that loss and you look the season in some ways. It's hard to put any of this at Rivera's feat given the fact that they lost cam that he was obviously never healthy that Alan has you know turn the ball over a lot in officious moments. I will say He does deserve a lot of scrutiny. I think for the performance of this defense in certain games because that's his unit right and they have so much talent especially in that front seventh but they rank twenty third third. I think twenty first overall in defensive in thirty second against the run Charles which is shocking and I think Darius guys tweeted tweeted. Sorry Ron Rivera which is really not very nice So I think that you know would be the one reason why a a I would put a little bit more of this at his feet. I wonder if maybe they fired him early to give him a shot. Like he's the guy who in the same way. I think people were saying about McCarthy when he was fired midseason obviously didn't happen but Rivera's a guy where I think you're going to hear a lot of rumors about him going from this job immediately to another head coaching position. Yeah I think so too and you make a good point about the defense because I I mean. We talked before the season about how good their front seven was and I. I don't know if anyone expecting them to be as bad as runners. They've been I mean not not just bad but like you said you know. Probably the worst run defense in the League when you have all that front seven talent and you know Luke keithly. I don't think he's the. Yeah the unquestioned. Best Linebacker in the league like people used to consider him but he's still a good player. And you know Shaq Thompson Cohen Short Gerald McCoy. You know they have the the big names of front pages. Hasn't translated a lot of production that front seven so I I'm not sure. How much of the blame he? He's together for that. I obviously as a defensive guy he does. There's deserve some blame. Their past their pass defense has been like inconsistent. If you just look at the raw adjusting just yards per attempt. I think their fifth in League right now Giving a five point two just yards per attempt but if you look at their expected points on Pro Football reference there actually in the negative and I think the only only team the top five pass defense that has a negative expected points. So it's almost like they're giving these big plays and at some point that has to fall back on the guy who who's getting distinct organizing you. They tried to make a little bit of an adjustment by releasing respond. Gold golden who they picked in the third round last year That wasn't really working out for them. But they're they're kind of stuck in this place especially now that the the quarterback future of quarterback situations. I'm certain where where they're stuck in between like trying to win now and also bill for the future and you know when you get stuck in this situation. Does he usually just smart to hit the reset button and you know Rivera. I had a good run. I mean nine seasons to coach of the year awards You know you got to Super Bowl wants to even saw can win the MVP like it's a good run but you know nothing in in the NFL last forever. Unless you're the Patriots a by the way I was thinking as we were talking about how oh you and I spoke about this team before the season and how excited I was about the front seven they were having going undergoing scheme change but even with all that talent and you think okay. Maybe they're her sacrificing stopping the run at the expense of a pass rush but they actually nineteen in our pass rush win rate which is way too low for the level of talent in that unit unit so but does feel like a reset is afoot. I gotta think moving on from Rivera and one would think given who David temporaries the language you just put. No doubt about the organizational changes that are didn't say anything about her knee. But you gotta think he's kind of a forward thinking guy you know who's more likely to maybe take an analytical approach so one would think that they're going to kind of rip the band aid and also thinks this probably makes it more likely that they're gonNA move on from Cam with Rivera and potentially hearn gone so interesting changes afoot in Carolina Sea pine the panthers really something that needed to be said to myself allowed on this podcast. But we're not talking about the Glorious Win. I WANNA WANNA start Charles with a a good game the best game because the other two. I said these are all interesting games but I think you can quibble with whether the other two games we're gonNA talk about are like great games right but there's more so teams that are unlike the playoff fringes. I WanNa talk about but two teams that are probably undeniably. I think they're both now the ravens are. I don't know about the bills if they've locked it in yet. I pull that up but the ravens bills is. He's one of the best games of the weekend. Two quarterbacks who were both heavily scrutinized coming out of the draft one who went a lot earlier within the other in Josh Allen. A Ravens team that we have talked about a lot on this podcast. Let's start there because I have a lot to talk about what the bills and I really wanted to the bills offense and I haven't talked about enough on this podcast but I want to ask you first about the Ravens Charles. They just played. I want I would call it. The pre super bowl super bowl yet but they played the niners and it was like a really great. It was to me while I wasn't the most exciting game. Obviously the two best teams Duke. It out do you think that's fair. Yeah I've got fair in your e even in that torrential central downpour like they steal the show like okay. I I don't know if the forty niners are GONNA make it to Super Bowl I think right now I feel more confident in the Ravens Making Super Bowl in the forty niners. Because I mean there's a chance that the forty niners might not even get a home game in the playoffs 'cause they can still end up with the fifth seed But but when you watch that that definitely felt like okay these are the two heavyweights in the NFL. Where you have Lamar Jackson now going to get the forty thirty nine? They are power. Take money it is. I don't hero. What we there's no-one no-one knocking I don't know if it's something you said maybe quibbles with the idea that these are the two best teams in the NFL NFL? Leave that in Dan yet you you will tell me what you saw Lamar in this game and we should add. This was like a horrible weather conditions which clearly influenced both teams abilities to pass him. What what what's Lamar? It was one of the things that got me excited for him. Coming out of out of Louisville because I remember in the Mars last game I I Louisville. They're playing Mississippi state than a ballgame and Lamar threw four interceptions in that game. I want to say because I remember he. He like like almost doubled his season. Total interception that one game and you know he's still gives them a chance to win at the end of the game because he was just so good at running the ball and maximizing every opportunity that he got on the ground. And that's that's the field that I got again in that game against the forty niners where this ravens team. Their their offense is so unique and so diverse where they're one of the few teams where if the pass game isn't working there run games good enough to keep them in just about every single game and you know luckily for them and it was a little bit of a low scoring game for them so at the end They replicate that field goal. But they can there they can play you in just about any way you know if if they want to run up the score they opportunities we. We saw back to back weeks against the Texans. The Ramsey can do that and Lamar just gives you so much like room for error. Your offense began..
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"Your avengers of College Football Wall podcast. It says in the script onto riff on what that means and basically what I mean is. It's all spoiled every Tuesday. We talk about everything from cooking disasters to pro wrestling. Too fashionable pants worn middle school. We also do talk about college. Football every now. And then like mascot fights announcers fleeing the early. And unfashionable. Pants that coaches. Here's where now if you want to take college football exactly as seriously as it should be taken. Subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or in your favorite podcast APP okay. So Dallas Cowboys lose their six and six and everybody is pissed off and everybody wants Jason Garrett fired there are four games left in the season the cowboys or six thousand six the Philadelphia Eagles are five and six. They will travel to take on the Miami Dolphins on Sunday this week. Even if they a wind cowboys will still be in first place in the NFC east And they still can win the division and if you win the division you get to the playoffs and who knows what can happen there. I mean you know we've scene weird teams when the Super Bowl and I'm not saying that I think the Super Bowl but it is possible but a lot of people thought and a lot of people asked you know if the cowboys lose to the bills. They get destroyed. Is that enough for jury to fire Jason Gary and Jerry Jones speaking with the media after the game apparently with tears in his eyes at one point said that now is not the time that he really thinks and hopes and believes perhaps hopes more than anything that can go on run. And this'll be something that people are talking about in thirty years is whatever hope is a dangerous thing. I think a lot of times in life. I don't know how I feel about this because I honestly don't know what good comes from mm fire and Jason Garrett with four games left other than scratching that itch and again because people say promote Chris Rashard. I don't get why I mean the secondary secondary so bad who promote Rod Marinelli. Why I mean the defense is so bad? I don't know that there's anybody on the staff that they would be a better overall group under if they did win the division. Yeah No I. I don't subscribe to Leading Garrett go right now I mean you know you're you're stuck with him through the end the season you know. No you got four games left at three courts. Three quarters of the season is done so you don't it's not even fair to bring anybody else in under this type of duress. I mean this is a arrested. Jason created you know and anybody if anybody can get out of it. It's going to have to be him you know. Because you've gone this far with his methodologies at the dollar Jeez and you know there's nobody can come in here and within the span of a week turn you around so that you just go on around for the next four games and then through the tournament if you make tournament so but I do feel like You know his His disposition was cemented. Today I do think that You know it's not going to bode well for him at the end of the season You know let's go and win the Super Bowl which right now looks very very very distant but But no I agree with you. I think that They need to just hold with him. Stay the course and get the most. They can Out of him. But you know I think the writings on the wall and I think Jerry's going to be able to make certain statements that would indicate that and you know at least satisfy those is that Are are pushing for that very aggressively And then you know they got some work to do in the off season to bring someone in 'cause I agree with you. There's no one on that sideline that can do the job. It's just it's I can't remember. I hope I'm not just being a prisoner of the moment. I can't remember a team that was in that sort of awkward situation. You know what I mean. Because typically when teams fire coaches in the middle of the season or when when a team reaches a point where that's necessary which you you can certainly make the argument that the cowboys have they. Are you know so bad. That they're like look the Redskins Assisi and when they fired grooming. They're so bad they're out of contention etc.. It's a weird eared conundrum. It's it's a rock and a hard place type thing and I think it's a little bit. Maybe personal just say. Let's just fire him now. Because you're pissed pissed off because you're upset because I don't know I mean it it it. It's a weird way to be. I got a message from a twitter user. cephlon I pronouncing that correctly at Steph Wan to kitty or tooked. Excuse me to the point. We raised earlier about the team. Never having quit on Garrett and I've I've said that before because I believed that before and I believe now that they never have until today may be quit on him they always bounce back. You look at the way. They beat the eagles season bounce. Back the Austin the jets. They bounced back up the loss of the Vikings win to beat the lions this. I'm curious if you agree because you've seen every game to this. Felt like them giving up. You know like that drive from the bills in the third quarter to go kind of effectively. I sit down for like the defense that are you know what would on. We're out of this. You know that that felt like mentally mentally checking out which we have not seen from them. Before I agree on I think that It also gave me the indication that Garett no no longer has control of the team. aside from them You know now. I'm not saying everybody on there but there was You know some level of of A you know. Checking out or disengagement from certain players But I also feel like he has no control. You know still clapping at you. Know near the the end of this game you know just that in of itself and maybe that's an uncontrollable type of you know. Just habit that he has. I think that's just that's his like you you know. That's his routine like the clapping has always bothered me. I've never found that to be like a clever in salt. And I know you're not like calling into clap or anything but no it's such a laney thing it's a elaine thing but it you know it resonates loudly. I think you know that the players are like dude. I mean come on you know and I think it's it's almost like the players are are asking for some type of you know Repercussions like acting out kind of some type of scolding. You know that even they understand you a you know is warranted and yet it doesn't calmer doesn't happen you know it doesn't Seem like it's going to happen but again I'm not saying that scolding or you know Taking negative reinforcement to its maximum. Limits is what's needed here. But you know there's something different needed than would what than what Jason Garrett is providing providing well on that subject. That's a great segue so professional segue look at you but So there was video that emerged as the cowboys. And if you don't no I mean as soon as the game I mean they bolt for the locker room. I mean sometimes some guys were out there you know they swapped jerseys whatever. It is very very very fast. Jerry usually goes in first. I was Stephen. Jason Garrett comes in shortly after the players. They all kind of trickle in and because they're trickling into doors opening and closing. Sometimes you can hear you know celebrating or just whatever whatever general talking and so there was reported by the local media that there was a cowboys player yelling from within the locker room screaming and lots. That's of you know well. This person wasn't in there yet clues trying to be figured out and John showed it from the athletics. We did a video we wrote about it. Blogging the boys. You can go see the video and it. It took about thirty minutes in the aftermath of the game but the person was identified by the Dallas morning. News Michael BALCON. It was Michael Bennett. That was the the person yelling in the cowboys. Locker Room. Now Michael Bennett. Played His six game with the cowboys on Thanksgiving Day During his time he is three and three as a member of the cowboys aloys. I had to take that. I think it's good for Michael Bennett. Good for Michael Bennett. Having had enough and realizing he you know there should be more. You know whatever ver- maybe he's not getting that from gear like you're saying maybe he wants to get it from somebody else. Michael Bennett Super Bowl. You know he's been part of a great culture that the seahawks had in two thousand thirteen The Legion of boom etc.. What are your thoughts? I mean on on a someone yelling in general and be that it was Michael Bennett specifically well. I I think that You know prostration needs to be vented I You know think Michael Bennett. You know may a you know. I had to guess of the the Of the players on the team I probably would have said it might not have been him. But you know I mean it's surprising in its own in its own sands but You know good for him that's You know where where this team is going to go. Then they need some you know maybe You know leadership from the bottom up if it's not coming from the top down home and You know so yeah I hope that it resonates. I hope it was a good message. Rather than just you know A bunch of you know just venting right take it out on someone because you know I I don't I wouldn't subscribe necessarily to just venting out loud but you know we had certain message attached to that you know like you're saying maybe something that you know. Well you know we were this at this point. You know when I was in Seattle to Canada. Sow whatever you on everything so it had a message like that even even more More credit to him but again you know it was just venting than maybe I'm on a on a little bit different You know fence there but but no I mean something thing needs to change because you keep doing the same thing over and over. You're going to keep getting the same result. So yeah you know maybe this is the start of something. Well isn't that what Pe- that's the cliche. Okay that's the definition of insanity doing the same thing over and over again when the acting different rewrite and that's kind of what the couch doing I mean it's it's who they goes back to to the the burning of Atlanta Jerry called in the chaz green game you know they settled tyrants down Chaz Green. You GotTa do you gotTa you gotTa beat your man you got into. It doesn't work Douay do you. GotTa you gotTa scheme things you gotTa take advantage. You got to manipulate situations. That's what good coaches do. This with. Sean McDermott did against him and he took them away at the most embarrassing Harrison woman. The trick play. I mean they see like and that's why I think it comes back to this. Roster is not what we thought it was Jason Garrett deserves all all the blame you WanNa give him and I'm not saying that he doesn't but Jason Garrett's not the one getting fooled in that moment Jason Garrett's not the guy ripping off Beazley's helmet Jason Garrett's not doing certain things so while Jason Good deserves believe me more than his fair share of the pie here of blame I mean this roster has crumbled a little bit this is the accent you know demarcus Lawrence has been good people wanna give them credit because he's not Robert Quimby Jalen Smith has been disappointing lane. Vander obviously was hurt in play this game but when he has played has been disappointing joining really bad. The secondary has been disappointing. I mean you know it's it's a defense and at times an offense. I mean this offense. Through the third quarter only had one touchdown and at that point they only had one touchdown through their previous seven quarters because they in score single one against the New England patriots. I mean they wilt in their biggest moments and and a lot of that is coaching. But it's I don't think it's fair to only blame Jason Garrett and whoever else I think you have to put your fair share blame on the players as well..
"bills" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Are Joe Paolino me of course from BTV and from right here is your host on the Ocho. It is Thursday. Might might be listening to this on Friday so November twenty eighth or twenty ninth two thousand nineteen. It's our official post game episode for The Dallas Cowboys. Thanksgiving Day game. A loss cost the buffalo bills. Twenty six fifteen. I am not alone I am joined by one of the only my best friend himself. Papa Ocho what is up my dude. Happy Thanksgiving happy Thanksgiving to you and everyone. Yeah I mean Was it happy. I mean there's a lot to be thankful for. God has blessed blessed with a lot of things you know life is great in you know. Bountiful bound that bountiful plentiful whatever But from a football perspective not a lot to be thankful for on Thanksgiving for sure Yeah that was definitely The low point of day and You know so what we had a fantastic time otherwise but yeah. Let's talk about this. I mean I think it needs to be talked about so Full disclosure here Recording this this after the game on Thanksgiving traveling family and everything. So there's some weird noises some dogs barking and doing what we can but we gotta make sure. This conversation happens This was a game where it felt like Jason Garrett's career was on the line Were this era of the Dallas. Cowboys is on the line. I know that people are hesitant to call. What an era whether you liked it or not? This has been an era of America's team Jason Gert I mean not directly at least to our knowledge given any sort of ultimatum win win or else but Jerry Jones challenging him saying I want to win some damn football games. You know we've got to turn around. I mean really really really kind of you know latching onto that message message this past week and this was the worst loss. We've seen in the DAKYNS Zeke era when they both played The cowboys got blown out in two thousand seventeen by the eagles roles on November twelfth that year but did not play. He was suspended for that to come out and not just lose. But I mean to get routed I know the score is in you know super route looking but it was not a game I mean the couch came out really strong on their first possession in just cratered. I mean the bills had their way with them in for for Jason Garrett to know this was his time I mean that says a lot. I I've said before we've talked about before you know you and I we talk all the time and you'll be talk on here. The hallmark quality trademark quality of his teams has been that they never quit on him and they looked a lot like they quit on Thanksgiving. Yeah that's true they They were dejected. I think Looked really happy after that first drive and then a some the air just came out of them it was. It was interesting to watch on happened. Slowly at it happened. The you know as they started to implode uh-huh and obviously it didn't happen. You know from one drive to another. It was just a series of drives at you. Saw You know the dismantling going on in uh-huh conversely you saw the bills Gaining confidence and trying to turn out yardage You saw Josh Allen of making some good reads and you know I it was just you know really interesting to watch You know one team sucked the momentum out of the other and You know all the while a lot of those things were you know maybe not predictable but you know you just said wow you know. There's there's really some some Some other elements involved here. Like you said you know Jason Garrett Probably you know trying to muster what. He cannot have his team but I don't I'm not so sure they were all there. They're physically but I don't know if they were there. Mentally Emotionally And so you know just got worse I by the moment. I wonder how much Hubris went into this game for the cowboys. You know they were seven and a half point favorites by a lot of oddsmakers You know everybody took them all the pregame shows. It's the cowboys it's the bills. Everybody was talking about the super bowls and whatnot. I mean I wonder how much they I thought even in the funk that they were in Oh we just we lost last week because it was the Patriots. You know the weather. Yeah you know. We'll go out. We'll we'll just show you you know we'll get back on track. We'll we'll beat the bills and you know kind of tried to win this. And they ran into a team that was really ready to kind of announce themselves at the world. I mean I don't know you know it was a tweet. From RJ choppy greatly named RJ choppy from the fan and his point was and I agree with it and I got killed hoped this for this on twitter. His point was we need to acknowledge. I'm not at all taking away from the coaching staff. Because that's clearly a problem but this is not the talented team that we've boasted. Everyone is the top five teams a top five team. There are top five qualities but this team has been overrated by all of us and I think that that was really really really obvious Thursday. It was it was a email still poor execution on many facets of the game poor discipline supplant. I mean we saw them Yank off You know Kobe's lease helmet You know was that woods right. Yeah Xavier was. Yeah so I mean how can you lack that much discipline. You know the guys clearly down and he just run up and Yank his helmet off. I mean you know again it. It does Smell of you know. Just the lack of discipline and and the discipline comes from coaching. And you know I. It's so much of You know what we saw today Centers around you know some type hype of Coaching Miscue or Coaching Oversight or coaching gap. If you will and you know I it just. It's almost sad to watch watch. It is said and I know that everybody listening and reading and following commenting fire Garrett fire environment and look I get and I hate having that conversation because it's I. I would feel really badly if somebody was rooting for me to get fired. You know what I mean And so but that's the reality of his job. I get that it's just you know it feels a little mean spirited but I think it's. It's very obvious that he is no longer fit to be the head coach. The cowboys Before we talk specifically about Gary because there's a lot there what players here is. Are you the most disappointed with dad. Had A horrible day. I mean you know. Dacca's had a lot of bright moments this season and I think the only reason the cowboys were even remotely in the game was because of Dak but dad had a horrible game. Sean Lee was awful. Jalen Smith was awful. Excessive your woods was bad. cheetos bad I mean you know just it was good. I mean who stood out for good reason. Well you know. I think you mentioned six or seven players on the defense in the I would just you know Lump them all into one group that defense in its entirety was bad They didn't show any intent to you. Know I assault of Tweets and Inside Chore. People were saying no. They're not they're not playing for an interception they're playing you know just minimize the yardage that they are acknowledging uh-huh is already going to be gained on them and you know it's it's a different mindset. It's different game and and that's where again you know. Our as is at the trainings at the coaching. They're being taught or or you know what is being taught to them. But but yeah I would say the the D. as a whole was very disappointing Mono and I'd say that the DAX performance was Probably may be is worser second worse this year. So you mentioned that it was We've only seen the game wants. Nobody watches yet But I think it was like third and twenty third and twenty three in the defense gave up fifteen yards and literally just surrendered the field goal. They you got lucky. That Stephen House missed it But on the subject of that the I think the microcosm for wide many people feel Jason Guard has to go with the way. The cowboys handled their final possession. In the first half it was very obvious that they played for field goal. They went into the locker room with a time out. For no reason there was no real emergency to try to go score a touchdown they WANNA score fuel. They kicked him the right Hash Mark. which is the bad hash mark for Brett Maher? I mean you know it's conservative. It's conservative and I think it strange that you know thirty minutes before that we saw Jason Greer Gulford on fourth in short from his own twenty. You know I don't I don't know I mean I find it just amazing. Forget what what his job is. But the Jason Garrett can know that his job is on the line and he can still you know refute being aggressive. You know what I mean like like I just I feel like even if that is something that he so directly opposes fundamentally the fact that his jobs on the line has to you know has to make him say. I've got to do this literally. Do this to survive. I mean how can he just you know what I mean like. It's the most frustrating thing to think about. Yeah and you know as you mentioned and you referenced the you know going forward inside his own twenty And the camera got a glimpse of him. He looked so uncomfortable. So concerned on that play. Hey you know I it just took him completely out of his element and I think that You know that that explains why you know he went for the field where you have to get back into his comfort zone. which is you know? The conservative game grinded out. Run it out. You know going you know. Make a field goal and you know. Shoot shoot immunity if you make an analogy to golf. You're always playing for par- And that's not going to win in this league anymore and You know so so that was yeah really Disappointing to see and to watch and you know but on the offensive side of the ball I would say I'm disappointed in the offensive line I'm I'm not that they started out and they did. Well you know the first drive blowing out holes for Zeke. Someone on the bills. Defensive side made some adjustments in that went away But then you know dad was having to run for his life and again. I said you know He. This may have been one of his worse Or second worst games of the year but he was running for his life on every play So that breakdown on the offensive line you know we reference last week you know maybe there are some kinks and that armor but You know it isn't isn't what it used to be and you know so that you know again. I'm not taking it away from Dag but it does take you out of your own element of your having to run for your life every every play Got Got a lot of questions about this on twitter. For the podcast about Brent Maher and I mean see Brett Maher is I want we want. I want to get to the Gareth thing. But the thing specifically but the conundrum was Garrett right now in terms of firing him with four games left is that you are still in first place. You know you you you can still go to the play offs and there is some logic whether you agree with it or not that you're better with him than you are with any sort of interim and again I want to have that discussion. A second can. But with Brent Maher. It's he's kicked. What the three longest field goals in franchise history? He's won a couple of games recently. But you know when he's bad kinda like chasing that so bad and you know I honestly I don't feel badly for Brett Maher at this point. I mean I feel like he is responsible. Certainly I mean. And he's not doing his job in terms of making kicks but Jason Garrett is the one who has kept him around. You know they've known this the the he is wildcard sort of kicker and they've kept him around they lost us by what nine points today. I mean had they had those six points. I mean who knows what happens. You know. It's a whole different game and everything and whatnot but I mean I think it is time time to find a new kicker but I think it's been down to new kicker so I don't think they're going to do anything about this. No they're not in that. Their philosophy with bread has been you know okay. We're we're giving you the assurance that you're not going anywhere and that should take a little bit of the pressure off of you. Just go out there and do your thing and yet He has not been able to deliver on that. And you know so I think that was kind of the same message. And maybe the whole philosophy of the organization Jerry's like saying in public You know I'm not GonNa do anything with Garrett throughout the season to maybe again take that off of his mind. But you know that philosophy isn't working either with Brent or with Garrett Other questions were about Zeke. Is there any buyer's remorse. I mean you know an I thought Zeke looks great early on. I mean I think the whole often sub-grade early on you know we were talking ahead tweet that aged really poorly and said me because it did feel that way it felt like okay. The cowboys they spent all this week here in all this talk all this trash. Whatever they're going to come out they're gonNA flex its muscle and they look great? But Zeke Zeke and I don't think Zeke it was on one that wilted away they all wilted away. But I think if you are feeling buyer's remorse for Zeke off of this game. I don't know that that's fair. I think it was fair to start feeling that a while back just because paying a running back has such a weird idea in two thousand nineteen..
"bills" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money
"And a resume. Say That has a lot of gaps in it because I mean how do you explain that to a potential employer. It'd be pretty difficult to do. Oh I think most people say. They're not judgmental. But I think a lot of people are judgemental. Especially when you're trying to employ somebody and the first fifteen minutes of an interview. I don't think the dirty laundry coming out in the lines will soon and some kind of dabbling right now like I do some design work here and there Nothing that really pays the bills on a regular basis I'm currently dabbling in writing cookbook. Really I mean it's just is. Yeah I mean it's almost laughable. I know for the person listening it's almost laughable but I'm trying to take the approach of an entrepreneurial mind and INSA- all the best business people in this country would have already picked up and moved on in in reinvented themselves might only regret is that I took doc instill have taken much longer to look my wounds than I should have. I need to find That next need that someone has and I need to affiliate and they need to do it. Not In this industry and I'm hoping this goes I gained in. This industry is going to help me Be persevered in that. Are you having a talk with yourself right now. Oh I've had talks with myself for the last three years You know it started early on and where it was you know I. I got out of bed in the morning because I had little kids and I needed to get out of bed. They were expecting me to be mom. Even though I wasn't feeling like Maman today but the handed kids early on I you know I might have shut the shades and sat in the fetal position in my bed all day. I don't know And so it's a daily struggle. You know I still have to remind myself. Take all the excuses. All your uncomfortable feelings sack Amal into a hefty sack doc and thrown by the side of the road when you leave in the morning and when you get into your car start your car Intel yourself I can I will. I'm going to and I need a new strategy That's Angela a former debt collector. If you're getting collection calls that you think might be illegal. You're being harassed or threatened find find your State Consumer Protection Office at USA Dot Gov Slash State Dash consumer the links also on our website at death sex money dot org death. Sex and money is a listener supported production of WNYC studios in New York are team includes Katie Bishop and about Bacon Half Yellow Duke. Emily Boutin Eighteen and Andrew done. Thanks Sandra Ellen for her help on this episode. The Reverend John delury and Steve Lewis wrote our theme music. I'm on twitter at Anna Sale. The show Oh is at depth sets money on facebook twitter and instagram. And you can email US anytime at death sex money at WNYC DOT bork. Do you have talk offs in parenting with your kids. Oh Yes my son. My oldest son is super creative sweetest kid in the world. But he is the one that you know diddle around longer than the most when you gotTa tell them three times to get up and do something and I think I'm constantly talking him off. Come on buddy you gotta do it because of this and I know you don't want to but you gotta push through tough we think and being a mom is a TACO. I'm ANA sale and this is death sex and money from WNYC..
"bills" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"From one bills drive the bills players the off day today the coaches at work on the game plan for Sunday's game at Tennessee John McDermott confirm yesterday the quarterback Josh Allen is in concussion protocol as they had in the preparation for the week five game game Marlowe bill safety also in concussion protocol so the bills have to prepare for Sunday's game against the Titans maybe under the assumption that Matt Barkley could be starting quarterback this weekend it would be just a second start in the bills a uniform they also have to add a quarterback to the roster they have Davis web on the practice squad seven single Terry questionable and did that play last week is missed a couple games now McDermott said yesterday that he was close to returning to game action last weekend and we'll see how that goes starting tomorrow the bills on the practice field tomorrow around the rest of the National Football League read the job of the Denver Broncos as a partially torn ACL in his left knee he will miss the rest of the season he was the fifth overall pick in two thousand eighteen suffered the season ending injury in Denver's lost to Jacksonville the Chicago Bears linebacker rope one Smith is gonna be out indefinitely the team giving him time to deal with the personal issue according to ESPN the report is that Smith had not been acting like himself from team facilities for the last week or so a personal issue the Buffalo Sabres getting set to start a new season savers a return to practice today first game Thursday night at Pittsburgh against the penguins person game coming up Saturday night at home against the the New Jersey Devils savers assistant coach don Granada's been hospitalized with severe pneumonia according to the team will take a medical leave Amherst coach Chris Taylor will assist the Sabres in his absence and the baseball playoffs start tonight.
"bills" Discussed on Mueller, She Wrote
"Muller report now now is because that didn't come out when it happened so if people ask you like well. What are these hearing just a do over? It's not and it's especially not since when the findings findings the mole report came out they were precluded by not precluded they were preempted and spun by a corrupt attorney general so that's kind of where we're at now so the people have said some remedies for this appoint. A special counsel never going to happen to be appointed by the attorney general plus. We'll take so long yeah and do you WanNa wait. I don't want to this belongs in Congress. another thing you can do is criminal contempt but again that's a referral department of Justice they aren't going to do that. I don't think anything that goes has to go up through bill bars a dent and you know deny acting criminally you know that's okay yeah true that would be hard to prove especially since he got information and direction from the DOJ and the White House and to not report so he was under direction I'm not sure how he can square following lawful order but he's got the wreck sent it it would make a criminal case very hard then we have inherent contempt and this is an old thing thing and somebody put a big threat out about it like when he when he comes in the DNA night in on September twenty six they should demand the thing here's here's the secret demanded Manda thing if he doesn't give over the thing say do you refuse to give over the thing if he says I refuse to give over the thing now the sergeant and arms detained him and and incarcerate him until L. he agrees to give over the thing and apparently that's something called inherent contempt that the Congress has how likely is that at zero but so it is interesting that it exists so the idea would be they. Would you know frog walk him to the there. Is this quaint little jail salad salad like out of Andy of mayberry or something but in the in the actual pit of of of the Congress and Congress has so but it hasn't been used in over one hundred years you know it's not it's one of these things that have fallen prey to sway it too with fancy legal term for just this misuse but for that very reason itself would would be prey to so many legal challenges says and the like basically it's considered a dead letter a quaint footnote of history forget that one yeah I think the argument for people who you want it though is that Oh really so it's not used that often it's not in the norm or it's not you know common what about the nine million things that trump has done that are not common not in the norm and haven't been used ever for example like I say the temptation and the thirty second fun of having deny marched into this little jail but takes Corpus Mark Martin into that little jail right you mean you could you can detain them in any any what this means when when when you talk about inherit contempt untapped is literally Congress's power to kind of act as an executive at once and that means they jail. I'm an in their little at least that's what it has always meant. The how else are they going to detain them. Hold them by you know gunpoint in the well. It wasn't somebody at a hotel wasn't somebody detained at a hotel for awhile detention and and I I mean any time somebody is prevented from leaving. They are technically detained but you know if you're actually using inherent contempt you are incarcerating that person and by the way that's exactly what Habeas Corpus is four and you know and they would go to the judge. Bring me the body and Maguire would be out by nighttime. dammit limit that wanted you sounded so good yeah then there's something called Man Damis third I if I might because there's always three ways of going with contempt the first one the judicial review yeah but when that is I mean it's been for a while that the executive has said even though the statute seems to say when you referred to us we have to respond. They've said we don't you can't constrain our discretion that way. It's been for over one hundred years. Inherent contempt is a dead letter so the way these always go. Oh is you hold someone in contend this what happened to Harriet Myers. This is what happened to Eric holder and fast and furious you hold someone in contempt based on that finding of contempt you bring an action in the district court that that is not only viable but the only viable but the the much exercised option and the sort of more likely one criminal contempt right you fight you go there you say this guy's in contempt unless he does. XYZ Here's the order of Congress that he is refusing and the District Court says Yep looks like he's in contempt which is a little bit elevated. It's a little bit he's. He knows that he's done on purpose. ETC Yuppies in contempt you have to do this and there aren't criminal penalties. It's true but the but the courts ordered the release of AH release again is so important here ordered the transmission to the Intelligence Committee chair of the complaint now is this separate from shift filing a lawsuit to force the deny to hand it over or is this the same it's short answer is it's the same now tam word and and so we can see different forms that the that the lawsuit could take but when people say file a lawsuit that's what they mean and of course in that lawsuit the executive cutive branch can assert its privilege or whatever article two defenses and can actually come forward with not in the abstract but actually actually what why this complaint presents classified information or whatever it would be reviewed in camera by a court but yes the short answer is when people say say. Why doesn't we'll shift sue this is the kind of suit that's been brought in the ways and means committee in the dust up and the and the like but plot is there? Is there another option for the lawsuit and you've mentioned mandate mass. There's been chatter about that on twitter. It seems right again. It sounds really cool does it. I I WANNA get a man damus wrapped in an inherent contempt totally and and eat it and listeners the nurse of Muller. She rode who who already have the equivalent of a least a year of law school may already know that's the action that was in Marbury very versus Madison an order to you know this is non-discretionary. You have to do it. you have to give Marbury his commission. We want rid of Man Damis which is basically an order that says you know just do this and the famous ruling in Marbury versus Madison was yeah. It seems like a good case case for Mandela's but we supreme court camp. Bring it because the statute doesn't the statute purports to give us appellate jurisdiction that conflicts with the Constitution a toossion constitution rules hodge additional review is instituted even as the the other side wins. That's a that's a quick detour but back here mandate miss. It sounds good non-discretionary. It seems like what it's for. It's really funky is very rarely used and it it has to you have to show all kinds of ways in which other paths can't be taken under the so-called all writs act and I can just tell you that that it is not straight forward it would be tied up in all lot of arcane. Constitutional challenge is not about whether it lies mandates but whether it's a proper vehicle here and that might wind up taking more time than everything else so for my shifts council and by the way he's got a great rate one doug lighter who came over from the Department of Justice. My advice would be do the the what is now the Plain Vanilla contempt route in the district court down the loss contempt lawsuit exemplify contempt because on that Su because then you can just get quick to a court order to turn it over Appeal Appeal Appeal Back Down Back Down Court order. You have to hand over the stuff. He hasn't said you can get quick. I think that's right but then Nola quicker it quicker than man Damis well prob- It depends whether mandate miss would be tied up in in constant in different kinds of arguments. I just WANNA say trump exactly right quick order but then you quit or appeal appeal appeal and and then you get it I think it's really quick order heels appeal and I'm sure I'm sure they will file to hit the schedule faster based on the urgency or whatever additition for certain and everything and maybe it is asserted worthy issue so we really are again talking about I think as fast as we go but we are again talking about months in the meantime however we'll get it all by Thursday Thursday well the the the day in day out the information is coming and there's the possibility journal presented in another way hey and actually forming a true impeachment here. I mean there's there's a scenario here. Were the house judiciary. Committee boom uses this to vote out articles of impeachment and either no trial occurs because you know be or at least a formal impeachment resolution does the big big thing we've been waiting for forever and the sons of bitches in the Senate. Excuse me I don't do this on my own. podcast down to the Senate. Republicans have to are forced to take some position are forced to in them fan. This instead of being silent that I think is becoming a political imperative. I think think this episode has shifted me as it were over to the Nadler shift side and away from the Pelosi side it's time and politically sound given even this for an impeachment resolution and you're saying to go boom articles of impeachment or boom resolution to open a formal impeachment inquiry. I simply saying the well I I mean you gotTa. Go methodically but I'm saying yeah I mean I think it is impeachable. You voted out. Maybe with other things and again tribe. Has this interesting position. That doesn't doesn't mean you have to have a trial but I don't know I think a trial here is now salutary because I want Senate Republicans and I think both the politic small people at but also for the body politic. It's really useful and important to make them respond. It's it's just ridiculous Dick. It's December eighth nineteen forty. One and half of the Senate is staying silent. What the Hell is their answer to this presidential conduct doc yeah and I and to either get that information to vote on the articles of impeachment more quickly than all these other remedies that's right will either get it from journalists or maybe maybe shift might subpoenaed them and provide immunity? That could be a way to get pretty pretty fast. He'll cooperate but let them let them try to challenge whether the facts happened. I don't think that's a very good argument for them. All right I agree well. Thank you so much. Everybody check out the feds pod with our good friend here former US attorney former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Harry Littman. Thanks for coming on thank you very much and thanks for being a supporter of the podcast. It's really menchie view. It's it's a great great podcast. You guys really show elicits got all my favorite former. US attorneys on it all right. Thanks a lot all right. Thank you so much hairy Leeann what a great guy and that is our show yeah yeah and if I thought this episode I'll just plug Mizpeh side projects got three model show and the Julius Johnson show coming up. That'll be next month. When does when does about that'll be tomorrow because I'm starting to do interviews now so it's like oh sweet standings Sundays Sundays? I really wanted Ontario that one but we'll see but you only need the edge exactly's cool. I got nothing. What were you gonNa say just that it will be more on a schedule? That's like a whole like Polish project. Racial matters to us like my playground so tune into both if you can thank you that's awesome. No you're fine and you don't have are you at tons of stuff that you're not at the moment and thinking of anything in.
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"So to be clear. Mr Trump has financial relationships with any Russian L. Arcs with the that's what I said that's obviously with our position is I'm not aware all any of those activities. Cavities are have been called a surrogate at a time or two and that campaign and I didn't have to not have communication at the lodge. Why do I have to get involved with Putin for have nothing nothing to do with Putin had never spoken to him? I don't know anything about him other than he will respect me Russia. If you're listening I hope you're able to find the thirty thousand thousand emails that are missing so it is political. Yara Communist know Mr Green Communism is just a red herring tearing like all members of the oldest profession. I'm a capitalist hello and welcome to Miller she wrote. I'm your host. Ag and with me today or Lisa Johnson Johnson and Jordan Coburn. I know thank you to Seattle again for the warm hospitality and for sharing your amazing city with us. We had such a good time when we were there. Yeah it was awesome. I love of that city. I WanNa live there one day. I definitely do want to move there some day. It didn't work out this time but I I think at some point my life I definitely want to live there so neat there and everyone's just playing good music all the time yes crazy. It's a really good music town and they're like hipsters but they're not knowing about it. They're right there. Just like this is how we live. you know everybody's good looking yeah but not unlike an. La Don't just good looking people anyway. Thanks Seattle. We do have another podcast daily morning. News show called the daily beans so please subscribe to that we'll be pulling it out of the molar. She wrote feed soon and we don't want you to think we disappeared we also have a special series unpacking the redacted Muller report page by page that comes out Thursday's so check that out as well and if you follow daily beans on twitter at daily beans pod you'll be automatically entered to win dinner with myself and our network. CEO for you and a a friend and we will fly to your city anywhere in the lower forty eight and we'll be picking a winner once we hit twenty thousand followers so follow us at daily beans pod. You'll be glad you did so this is a heavy heavy Newsweek we pack show including an interview with former. US Attorney and Deputy Assistant Attorney General who now hosts the talking feds pod Mr Harry Littman Edmund he'll be joining us and we have a lot to cover but I my favorite segment corrections you say oh I made a mistake aw so Jonathan Edmund says in response to an episode daily beans this week in today's beans. AG expressed frustration with apple over refusing to unlock iphones owns. This is I think in reference to the amber no terrorist incident the F. B. I wanted to help unlocking the device and apple refused the reporting on this case was never fair. Apple will always respond to warrant and share I cloud backups but they won't share tools for cracking iphones so the FBI had brought the phone to an apple store it would have backed up to cloud an apple would have provided the data so you get that. FBI just go to the ice depth last door that easy YEP interesting apple store. They don't call it the store do they. I don't think so but they should yeah why don't okay whatever wow like the apple watch yeah. He's like to mix it up. Every now that's true. It's not called the I watch yeah. That's that's creepy. Yeah I watch they might have actually yeah that's not gonNA next. That's bad a piece of fruit that has is remember the comedian but he's like I wonder if they will make like the Apple II patch that was pretty fun just a patch shaped like an apple for pirates appleton's Brenno the Seppo says trump steaks were sold exclusively at the sharper image and QVC home shopping networks so weird to knew you couldn't get them. It wasn't really a correction just a hey. Didn't you know I didn't even know they sold food. No and that's weird right yeah. Just massage shooting sell food. I think that's the point right. It's like that can't be good next to the yeah what are they. They had things that you just had to get but never would have thought about getting it until you went into the sharper image right and they're also like nine billion dollars yeah right right right yeah so that if I if I had to think of the least innovative food in the world it would be steak which thing doesn't belong there selling. It's the least sharp image yeah maybe like beyond Burgers or something that would make sense impossible ever can meet you grow in your sink right or burger alarm clock that also is a bank somehow exactly that you can only use in one of their patented massage chairs and if it gets wet game over anti Riley says Arab versus Arabic in Chapstick Dick Insecure. AG mentions the Arabic polling stations in Israel Arabic should only be used in referring to the Arabic language Arab should be used basically anywhere else Sarab Food Arab people Arab neighbors etc so I didn't know that so good thank you for telling me and nobody's sent the memo to re Giuliani about the Ukraine no he did not. I heard that yeah I was like oh I two guy if our listeners hadn't told us I wouldn't have known so I imagine a lot of other people probably don't think about it but I was like okay okay ready. Go Rudy Ukraine right okay so don't don't don't do that. Don't go really SH- she also says I will note that most Arabs identify more with their nationality or tribe than their race so it may be better to say Palestinian polling stations it also it's also important to remember. The Arabs in the West Bank can't vote only those in Israel can wow just like that he up so close Leonard Grossman says his court justice is impeached that would end his life tenure on your I say he because I can't imagine either of the women in the court ever being impeached. I think there's three justices can induce it from time to time on lower courts. I believe even some retired tired justices have done so their pay continues after they retire for Scotus by the way but if impeach their pay stops this is true for both Goethe's justices and judges on the lower federal courts so thank you cool Diana tea and Jeff Tolan say I've heard you say twice that there's only four emoluments in the constitution but there's a domestic emoluments clause clauses well we we corrected this during dailies but I wanted to bring it up in this show too in your last beans podcast you discussed the issues of US Air Force stays at the trump turnberry hotel you briefly mentioned the emoluments clause then dismiss it because the clause you thought only applied to foreign governments but there is a second emoluments clause article two section one clause seven which limits the president salary and says the president cannot receive any other emoluments from the United States so the issue remains alive. a w also pointed this out saying the crew case that we discussed is a domestic emoluments case. That's so cool I think our fans are just the smartest people ever because like they're so detailed with their sources that sometimes I think Muller Ariss secretly correcting through something is yeah article as section reliable. Sometimes I think they're the source there the Muller's like they just knew. They just knew Oh yeah very intelligent. I'm all for it. Hey School me yeah. Blow me away and those are this week's corrections. If you have any corrections head to the militia wrote Dot Com click on contact and select corrections. Let us know if you want to remain anonymous otherwise shot yeah. We'll get it right eventually. Nice that was one of the are more relevant correction segments. Yes there was a legal correction in there yeah usually like colors and pronunciation. Those are fun to Jif or gift. That's that's still ongoing and it's it's funny when it comes up on twitter too because people will die on that hill all right. Let's jump into the news time for just the facts so the whistleblower scandal has been unfolding all week and I will go over that in hot notes assist around for that and we also have Harry Littman who's GonNa talk about legal remedies for for the whistle blower complaints to come to light or to get to Congress. Oh definitely poke a stick around for that last week we learned that the Manhattan District Attorney Cy Advance had subpoenaed eight years of tax returns from trump and his accounting firm mazaar not from trump directly but from his accounting firm Czars this is in relation to the hush money payments because the DA is investigating whether the trump organization or its executives broke New York state law when they falsified their business records to show they paid Cohen for legal work as opposed to reimbursing him for making hush money any payments to trump's campaign to the mistresses which helped trump's campaign. It's what Cohen's in jail for right now this week as expected trump is suing to block doc that discovery and the court put a temporary restraining order on czars to prevent them from handing over the information until the matter is resolved in court trump's argument is that because the president can't be indicted did he can't be subject to the criminal process to include subpoenas and they're basing this argument on the Federal Office of Legal Counsel memo that disallows the indictment of a sitting president. This is exactly what Muller argued in his report saying that federally he could not draw a traditional prosecutorial conclusion about obstruction of justice because given that trump can't be indicted it is unfair to accuse him of a crime because one he doesn't have the traditional criminal process to defend himself through and to because doing so could taint future prosecutions that that he would otherwise be subject to meaning when he leaves office so trump is using muller's argument to protect himself and I feel dirty about it but this is a state case and it's not subject to the Federal Office Legal Counsel Memo I'm certain court will order the taxes or the documents be handed over from Ms Ours but in his filing trump also also said that his crimes can't be investigated because he's the President you're what you're what yes currency I am a very interesting observation there Eiji your what can't be Investigaton who would say that criminal would say that that's who said investigate murders high would come out at least not in most cases trumpy wow yeah fantastic. You know I would think they would have gone with some other arguments. I maybe just not to jump to the thing who the only has any legitimacy in the realm of this one memo otherwise you're going down. That's basically the two you options there. Let's so let's just you can't investigate my crimes your what on an interesting note in a letter to the judge from the DA DA appears to be signed by Christopher Conroy Chief of Major Economic Crimes Bureau which Investigates Complex Crimes committed in the.
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"Yeah. He might not be up there with these guys the linebacker. Michigan. Devin Bush junior is available. The last of the good inside linebacker is not likely for the bills daler Steve said, the Florida offensive tackles available. They'll have choices here. Montas? Wet is available. Yeah. They're going to get a good player. And now we're going to get a chance to see where they really feel like they still have a need the Buffalo Bills front office. I don't think there's any hiding it. There's there's so many good players at positions where they think, and it will also it also be a sign if they take somebody else like a cornerback or whatever we'd talk if they take some somebody at a different position entirely. It will be because they think they're strong enough where they're at with their offense and defensive line to move forward and bolster someplace else that'll be telling thing as well. And if if they go receiver or something like that. Pretty adrift is pretty good tweet to our Twitter site Daniel Burt tweets in hey, Josh Allen, went seventh overall two years in a row. Those Josh Allen the quarterback and this Josh Allen the pass rusher. Kentucky who just went a couple of minutes ago to Jacksonville bills, getting ready to pick their on the clock right now, we are getting into the knife overall pick on this board for the Buffalo Bills. If you ever thought, I'm where they should go. You got a couple of minutes to get it in at a call on the line from Israel is that right? Or are you on the line with us from Israel? What do you think? How do you like it so far? And what do you think for the bills? I'm excited. I wasn't sure it would be Beverly diamond. Do you think at all do you think an offensive lineman to help Josh Allen? My really addressed lying during. Agencies. And you think that'll tell you something if they do take an offensive lineman. The maybe they aren't quite as sure some of the guys they signed at that. Or they just wanna make sure. Do you think it says anything that if they do take offense of lineman about the guys they signed? Free agency, and I will defend. Yep. Well, they need three technique. And that's what had all of is. There's some other guys there as well. It's it's going to be interesting to see who they do pick. And I think it is going to be telling because they're both quality players. They're going to get a really good guy. No matter which position they go to where they do go for the defensive lineman or the edge rusher or they do go offense of line one anyone and there's some good players in other positions as well. We'll have to wait and see where they think their biggest need is. And that's that is that's really cool to see the answer unmistakably. That's a big part of the answer. It also who's better. I mean, do they feel like they get a better player from and Oliver than they would from the lineman Joe Williams, Andre Dillard, that's part of the answer to the bills three minutes. Forty nine seconds away from the deadline for them to make your pick the ninth pick overall in this draft a couple of surprises through the first eight including Cleveland, Farrell who goes the Clemson defensive end who goes fourth overall, the Oakland that was a bit of a shock. And then of course, the quarterback from Duke Daniel Jones who went to the New York Giants, we await the bills pick three and a half minutes away. But one thing I want to talk about Daniel Jones real quickly. Steve Dave Gettleman who I respected in my great deal. Now he's on the hook for yet another questionable. Call right. I mean, I don't think anyone expected Daniel Jones first of all if he's going on the first round the giants you'd get him at seventeen you would think and I'm shock. Here's Dave Gettleman, again, putting himself in the line of fire as far as second guessing, why did you stay with you? I manage so long. Why did you trade away although Beckham junior? Why don't you take a quarterback last year and take a running back? And now why did you take Daniel Jones in the sixth overall pick? Dave Gettleman who you know, it's the New York media. There are a little tough. Dave got him on his right in the line of fire for yet. Another a decision that he's made controversial giants fans have got to be ripping their hair out because you're right there. There's no. This is a future pig. It's a top five pick in the NFL draft. And you're not gonna see the guy this year. Austin, you know, for better for worse. You're not going to see him. That's hard to swallow for fans who wanna see your team win the division. You didn't help yourself in any of these games this year by by drafting a rookie quarterback that high on a team where you're not gonna play him. You don't plan to play. And you've said all along you're not gonna play you're going to stick with your quarterback Eli manning, and that's hard for fans to get get their heads around. Because let's face it. New York is not a patient city. Right. What is not? And I think one of the things about the bills pick coming up the pick is in actually, and you talk about the things that they value Jona Williams all about character all about intelligence all about professionalism. Same thing with Christian Wilkins defensive tackle. So if character is the one thing they've got to make that decision as well to two guys who are both really good players on and off the field leadership accountability. Smart intelligent committed all of that in place for both. Players at that position. If you wanna go that way. And now we're going to get a chance to see where the bills really value in which those guys they think is the best one is going to be interesting bills pick.
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"Bills radio network. Update day. Come from one bills drive with the bills practice endorsed today in practice. Just ended minutes ago. We're going to get Davis white bills quarterback in studio with us in a minute or to talk about today's workout. And yet and said for the jets Taryn Johnson did not practice today. The bills rookie corner. Instead underwent surgery on the shoulder which is bothered him all season long. He is out indefinitely likely here in Johnson season is over the bills tight end. Jason Croom did not practice as gather growing issue. Limited worked for John Miller with his oblique muscle problem in limited work for quarterback. Eric Anderson in concussion protocol head coach Sean McDermott says Ryan gray will get the start at center in place. A Russell Bodine who went on injured. Reserve in his season ended yesterday. Jeremiah Searle's will back up Brian grow at center late yesterday, the bills way better and receivers Kelvin Benjamin and Andre homes Benjamin acquired a neutral with Carolina in October two thousand seventeen or third and seventh round picks. Eighteen regular season games for the bills Benjamin caught thirty nine passes two of them for touchdowns. Bruce Arians says he only wants to coach in Cleveland. He's not interested in the coaching vacancy in Green Bay said that during an interview on CBS sports radio. He's he has said that he's interested in joining the Browns. But is name was linked to the Packers after Mike McCarthy was let go just the other day. Buffalo Sabres got two goals from Jack Eichel in the third period last night, but Toronto's Austin Matthews cast in for the overtime game-winner Maple Leafs came away with a forty three victory over the sabres last night at key Bank center. Sam reinhart's scored in that game extending his point streak to five games sabres returned to practice tomorrow. Their next game is Saturday afternoon. One o'clock key Bank center against the Philadelphia. Flyers lots of college basketball locally tonight at Saint Bonaventure is Riley centers seven o'clock the bodies tip-off against CNN for the Franciscan Cup as Saint Bonaventure host its sister Franciscan school Sienna college from Loudon. And New York you'd be bowls host division to LeMoyne college tonight. Both have won seven zero to start the season. They are ranked seventeenth in the country and Kennedy. She tries to snap a six game losing.
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"Bills radio network Update the two thousand eighteen. SP's took place last night hall. Of fame quarterback Jim Kelly won the Jimmy v.. Award for perseverance in. The emotional speech he thanked his son hunter for teaching him the definition of toughness and to. Never give up Alex Ovechkin won the two thousand eighteen Espy award for the best male athlete becoming the first NHL player to win the award and the USA women's hockey ice hockey team was recognized with the best game award for their gold medal win at the two thousand eighteen Pyong, Chang Olympics Atlanta Falcons are not planning to renegotiate. Julio Jones contract after the all pro receiver sat out during offseason workouts in hopes of that change Jones has three years left. On the, seventy, one point two five million. Dollar contract extension he signed in, two thousand fifteen. The Tennessee titans defensive end drill Casey plans to protests social injustice. On the field during the national anthem before games this season, and will quote. Take my fine Casey says his protests in two thousand eighteen will Be a continuation of what he did last season, when he raised a fist during the playing of. The national anthem the titans have yet to comment on Casey's remarks the two thousand eighteen British Open began today at Carnoustie golf. Links in, Angus, Scotland the championship is being. Held from today until Sunday July, twenty second the. Los Angeles Dodgers acquired prized all star shortstop Manny Machado from the Baltimore Orioles in a trade last night the Orioles received five, prospects for Machado. Whose contract expires at the end of this season The bisons lost yesterday against the Norfolk tags five to, Norfolk tides five before the heard it's going to host the Durham bulls tonight in the first pitch is at, seven oh five that is your sports update here on, one bills, live with Steve Tasker Andrew Peters we're talking. About a lot of. Stuff in one of. The things that, the topic of the day around not just here, in buffalo, but around the country was Jim Kelly's emotional. Acceptance speech of the Jimmy v. perseverance award last night at the SP's if you haven't had a chance to listen to. It I'm sure a lot of you have heard. Excerpts from it and not just because he's a buddy of mine but because he's. Because we're Buffalo Bills station in Buffalo New York, and we're. Gonna play you the whole speech so stick with this, it's worth the listen one of buffalo one of our city. Of Buffalo's all-time great icons Jim Kelly last night at the SP's and his acceptance speech Never is you washer. Video Obama About my son So many times To dream about. My son hunter What are your? Life They will never saw Now what, I'll walk up here Dan John Reflect back on some of the things we went through in all times are golf know which has. Fun, Dan you, Bali You're after years twice year in Jon on behalf of. The clouds from nine hundred ninety three five other quarterbacks thank you for wanting to Sugar. Bowl, for special Then In my, life I've always lived by. The four Fs the, one I had. But I'll change it was fun even though I. Still have fun I'd put one in there Ever has my fate My faith in the Lord that he has plans Here's plan for my life. Through my, son hunter we will make a difference my family Wow That's been, said my, daughter Aaron every single. Time she walks into the hospital at one time to three ever have a frown on her. Face it was always, daddy you so. Good you are so. Cute, she my daughter Cameron so many. Times she recovered me and I didn't want to leave her go even today when I don't wanna. Leave And my wife feel you're my heart you are my soul you every log reveal Mcgregor's five brothers Pat Ray. Seven they've been, through everything with me the good times about times the Super Bowl we had fun but, I'll tell.