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"donald mental" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"The new one again, Truth lies in its favorite quote of mine. Dawn from the late Soviet dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn. He said. We know they're lying. They know they're lying. They know. We know they're lying. We know they know. We know they're lying, but they're still lying. Uh, So when it comes to the, um the UFO et issue What lie? What is lying at the heart of the lie? Why are they lying? What are they trying to protect us from or keep us from? Well, let's start that started a long time ago. It's a very funny quote. I write about this and affection of the book called Lies and basically what it starts with. Is immediately after the so called uh Kenneth Auto Incident in 1947 when For the first Time, not the first time, but the first widely publicized time. A private pilot saw what were then just called flying saucers. Flying near his airplane over the Cascade Mountains and state of Washington. Week or so later. A flying saucer quote Unquote crashed near Roswell, New Mexico. And the pieces were swept up by the U. S. Air Force. And immediately the like, came in because the government covered up that story by saying a weather balloon had crashed. The people who had originally reported the story. We're basically told to recant what they said. And if they were government employees they did. The guy who found it was told to shut up, and he did. And from then on from basically the beginning of the modern UFO era, although there were a couple of sightings in the end of the second rural war before that. The U. S government. Carried out an active disinformation campaign. Which ended basically With the publication of those documents in December. 16th 2017, the the UFO seen by the U. S Navy pilots. So for a long time, the U. S government official position was Nothing happened. It was actually said as much. U S Air Force had a website posting, which said nothing reported as UFOs. Everyone found to be of extraterrestrial origin so forth and so on. That ended Without common. And the government doesn't say that anymore. But the the life you might call it the big law. It lasted for a long, long time. And only only start five years ago. And now the the the truth, I suppose, is coming out in in dribs and drabs. Does that indicate to you? Perhaps that there is some Titanic struggle going on? Backstage between those that want to reveal the truth and those who want to maintain the light. I don't know. And I have to be honest about that. Because I Try and make a if I make a fool of myself by telling you more than I have any possible way of knowing I'll just become one of those discredited people and people will use cognitive dissonance not to pay attention to what I'm saying. So here's the possibility. People who we think are on the good side now. Those are the people who have contributed Getting this information out. People like Louise Alexander, who's the Pentagon employee who's gone public on this. Christopher Mylan, the Department of Defense undersecretary who went public The pilot, David flavor Alex Dietrich, who talked about this. All people who are telling us what they know. They don't know that much. If there are people who know more Don't know, but put it plainly as that. The the lies cover up, so to speak, is not unknown. I wrote a section of the book about it. People who were active in it were U. S government employees, their on the record for having Quoted this stuff in CIA reports, and likewise, they were civilians opted into it. People like Philip Klass and Donald Mental, both respected The people in the aerospace trade Donald Menzel being a professor Edward Condon, being the chairman of the committee that was investigating UFOs back in the sixties. All of those people were complete deniers. Some of them were working under what you might call CIA, Uh, That's understood and it's published. That's that's not questionable. Whether that whether there was anybody else who knew more about that. Then the deniers new. I don't know. If I had to guess I'd say yes, because with something is obvious, although it took years to find out about this in detail, people like Kevin Randle Don Schmitt, who are UFO Investigators dug very deeply defined this out. If there was that much that had happened at Roswell, and it was so immediately covered up. It stands to reason. Not to evidence. That some other group was paying attention to it because it was so important, but that is all I can say. And that's all I know. Can you? Uh unsatisfying I no, no. Well, ultimately it is. The whole field is is, you know there's there's never any resolution, but Um, ultimately, though, do you have any Any ideas as to what is at lying at the at the at the heart of this lie? Are they trying to prevent panic? Are they trying to keep us from suppressed technology? Um are they just simply fearful Because there is nothing that can be done about this. Well, first of all, if I were in the government And had been in the government in 1947. Would immediately want to start learning how it's possible to reverse engineer the machines that this one of which crashed and the others of which were basically Uh, Surveilling the earth at that time. And it would be obviously in the interest of any government. To possess a technology that enabled them to do what TV is routinely do There's an obvious motivation for carrying out that kind of study. Who is carrying out where it's being carried out. If it's being carried out, I have no knowledge whatsoever. Let's go to the phones, Don. We're going to start on the wild card line. And Doc is in Petaluma, California. Hey, Doc..
"donald mental" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The question is, why aren't they on a consistent basis? The urgency that you just talked about Why is that? Not there? Don't know. Right? I don't either. It's what's so frustrating to me about this Clippers squad right last year, we let's face it the beginning of last season. Um, you know the the bubble season, they didn't end in the bubble. With our minds and you started at BT Clippers of the better team in the west, right? They got the mojo. They got the like The promotional. Um you know, whatever they have they have everything. They underperformed. They lost it in the bubble this season. It's like, Who are you? Like where? Where is the identity for this team, and we keep coming back to the same thing. This is on cool, wise lack of Outward leadership. Yeah, like, dominant, domineering present. Yeah. Yeah, right. I think that's part of it right? Because ultimately That's the personality that the team is going to take on. And so when you have this lawzi fairness about you, you get lazy, right? Like we got this. We'll figure this thing out. And all of a sudden a team that's not as good as you can beat You, like Dallas did multiple times in that first round series and, like Utah did even that despite being down a couple of times in this series, so I think there's a there's a there's a Is an aggressiveness that they're this team is lacking. This Clippers teams What's which makes me like you Bt not trust them, right? Not trust that they can figure it out on any given day. No, I don't. I definitely What's Batum going to do on the road? What's uh, no idea? Yeah, You're right. What's you know, I'm not worried about Beverly. Even though you know he's not get the big minutes. Beverly's the tough kid what's couldn't already get to do on the road. Um, you know, I I I can't. I'm trying to think through my mind now, like how many times has there been an NBA champion, where we've consistently throughout the process to month process of Crowning the pursuit of that championship. Have we question not their fortitude, but there Cohesion or their leadership or their focus or there. Any other word That implies, you know, we we take our cues from the superstars right? Which is why we've most times been very emboldened to, you know, push. Not this year, but to push LeBron You know, into the finals and to, you know, push. You know the the bad boys or I mean, you just certain teams, you know they're on autopilot, right? We always have this. This this this periodic issue. This flare up like a nasty rash with the Clippers. When you kind of think that you can trust them. They give you an overwhelming amount of evidence? Not to even though and they blew their door doors off in Game three. No question. Yes, I don't. I'm not taking the bait. I'm not saying that they can't win the series. I don't think that Utah is appreciably better. But from top to about him, I think you I think Utah slightly better coached. I think they've got a more versatile roster. A more consistent roster. Little better defensively. I like Utah to win. I mean, Would, too. But after if this series if the Clippers win Game four and they make it 22 Yeah, I go now. I I shift to the I actually expect them to win Game four. I think they're going back tied at two. Yeah, And then if that happens, then I just from The superstar nous of it. I have to shift back even though Donald Mental about Mitchell, it's strong. Me. Yeah. I mean, he's been better than anybody on the right. He has been. He has been, but cool. Why has the experience the The championship DNA the championship MVP like he's done it and and even though you don't trust his team, because of all the things that we've been saying, you do kind of gotta trust Kawai. You can't have two. I definitely do. And and I play and especially if they can, you know, force him to be all everything that is. You got to score a ton of points but also Lockdown. Donovan Mitchell, which is easier said than done, but they did in Game three. You know, it's it's It's. It's a lot to put on Kawai, but that's what cool Why is therefore right Paid for is what you get paid for. It's why you are one of the top 10 players in the league is because you do that on on this stage of the of the NBA season, So if this thing gets tied This thing goes to two. So let's assume Clippers win Game four, and it's now 22. It's going back to Utah. I have to feel like the Clippers just have the better opportunity to move forward to the Western Conference finals. Everything's gonna win the championship right now, as we speak. Uh, the can't say the net. The NBA championship. Yes, I'd say the sons As crazy as that sounds see this work. It's really interesting because I was thinking about placing a future bed and I'm not bringing this up for for betting purposes. Yeah, she's got a curiosity like I look at what remains in Look at the various situations. I don't I don't trust the Clippers enough so I wouldn't even uh I like the jazz. I don't love the jazz. Yeah, definitely behind the sun's. I'm with you on that. That's our injury prone. Who's that? Now speaking out like there's no way that with with Kyrie and crutches, I mean no, the Nets. What's interesting, though about that the box is that while I now feel much better about that, and we'll get back to the Nets books covered up top of the hour, by the way, but well, I feel much better about the box ability. To move past this series. I'm not convinced that they beat Philly. No, I'm not either who's stopping and bead exactly right. Because I don't think Yannis wants any part of that. And if he does is going to be a foul problems, that's right. Proud trouble. Brook Lopez is going to be found out in three of these games Lopez can't hang with. That's what I'm saying He's going to. He's going to foul out in three of these games, because if I'm if I'm the 76 years This is assuming they get through the Atlanta Hawks, which are a good team. Lanta has some fight in him. I think just 70 Sixers are better. But let's just push the 70 Sixers through if I'm if I'm Doc Rivers and b, you're playing with your back to the basket 90% of the time in this series. Exactly Good luck. Good luck to them. You're going to school them, right? So I I agree with you, B T. And so the 70 Sixers. But if they get their 76 is get to the NBA Finals. Um, I worry of it's one of their shooters. Whether it's Tobias Harris or Seth Curry goes cold. Who else is doing its job? Well, shake times, I think, Shake it up..
"donald mental" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"donald mental" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"donald mental" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast
"August so note thursday night football this weekend on but we do that friday night. We got the christmas night game. The again will christmas night. game was saints vikings. I believe not exactly you know. Be paying attention to somebody soldiers. Orchestras game unified watching basketball basketball. Wise on friday houses gained much in wednesday to But again that's just regular games friday. You got the christmas day. Slate off at south is one hobby looking in paying attention to midday. That's the five o'clock game as our primetime slightly after presence but like before. You're like full on dinner because the lakers mavs at eight. That's when people may may may be eating eaten a little tired gonna get up early death as a tough one works. Sometimes if i were one is tough because again it depends on you wanna if you want more amid midday napper than you promised log a feel more of a Go through the day. 'cause you eat dinner early like most people do not my because i'm not just how we get down but most people like they probably eat earlier in the day so that that'll give me good for you. I'm against does it all depends on how you can figure your day. Where if you do on the thanks. Net south is be good one obviously smoke them in preseason but that is the preseason not regular season these games that she count and as talked about already on the podcast like the nets. Offensively looked great in this game. can carry over into the southwest game against the team at his house gonna be full better players and a much better defensive team than the warriors are the they had out there on the floor. a looking into paying attention to that one. I'm bobby all the last three games. Pelicans he is like a fine game on paper but just like it's noon in like i don't care enough about those two teams like That that locked in at noon then even like the bucks warriors after Today like they all prime time games for them. I'm probably going to be out on unless unless they hear stuff going off in the first half back in like i said outside of him there is james. Wiseman kind is not a whole lot of guys worth like really really watching When guest unless you're in the market flag kelly oubre if he becomes a free agent next year or evening awakens potentially but again we in the nba a lot of money to not be all that good. He's not terrible but he's not like for number one overall pick in mass money good so there is that but again a lot of people are getting paid. A lot of my that may not be worthy of it. That's just kinda how sports works toured worry. Those like mavericks lakers will be interested in that because again luca origin luca lebron ad Those doom now. That's good enough for me. Like i said i watch mostly games on tv. If i can catch them. And this was one. Catch Clippers nuggets i mean storyline wise. Make sense but alcyone feeling on that win. Good match upon paper if you're on the west coast. I'm on the east coast so it's a little bit later. Ten thirty Watch that but if you're on the west coast seven thirty Games like enough. That's much easier to do The nuggets not bad. Not bad matchup magical the second round of the playoffs opposite department. Wonder if you're a cab department wanna show. This is not last year rogin. Beat you in meet you guys when we get up ten Not gonna let the game slip away so from that. Regard is going to be interesting. Game should be interesting game. Also you gotta see good warmer much like donald mental much. A couple other guys. He's one people. I wanna see. Does the bubble translate outside the bubble. That was a that was one of the biggest takeaways from Oddly talking like argue is doing in the bubble can do outside the mo now again. There's no no real fans or anything like that but you're in home arena seattle travel. I do some things If you do down the bubble so should see some performances can continue against earning season. So there is that adam county care. See how murray donna mitchell Good you get the point. Some of those guys that look amazing in the bubble just like other world like never played it a level this good before can keep that up outside the bubble and like i said that this will be interesting to look at to see if that that test hold up. a assad. assad sleet But i was. There's more Incident more than others in legs. It also got the four thirty. It's now it's during the day before thirty competing with the net self The best game of the day in my personal opinion out of her. Turn out to be in the best game but on patriots Today day Like i said the pers- nights like yeah but Vikings saints for the saints Get drew brees back. A major is is is good in healthy heading. Plows get more work in a more reps out again. He looked terrible in that first Second half they moved walnut score points. So you help next time. That can carry over into this game against the vikings who again. They're not fishy out of it. But like with the loss the bear last week thera- seasons kinda sorta done in officially done those things on again for the same thing again. You want to continue to keep pace with the packers for the one-seat still seeing as they play the titans. So that's elizabeth game that make sense in every game in the nfl as seen but the game they could lose any oxygen also with the seahawks At ten fours wells you gotta keep pace with them. You don't wanna lose a game you should Nor to keep as least Touchy get back to the one seed. You gotta win this. You gotta win these games. So we'll see what they do with vikings and then looking at some of the other games over the weekend. I think you. Sarah games well this week. Year box lines. Nine cardinals in dolphins raiders but Like i said the cardinals niners games. Insects is only on prime video. So i am kind of interested in that one. Only because i wanna see i've i've amazon prime Not gonna plug ins on prime here but like osama jiffy lube service. I'm saying wiser rich. I helped helped him a lot. I'll during his pandemic. Unfortunately for myself Gloss money and he gained money. So there is that ma'am got to see how that game was. Suzanne's indifferent is not fox on nfl network not on cbs abc nbc. But cbs nbc. Planning on congress. Have word i know they do the thursday night games on prime video. I believe is well. We just watch. Nfl network or fox. or whatever. but i'm cutting to denounce the see what. It looks like Prime video so i'm bob. Check out that one man who said bucks lines like the bucks should win that game. You would think. Dolphins raiders like the dolphins game bellies. That might be a little more intrigued by that. One should be a little bit closer. Depending on 'em even if derek guard isn't healthy it isn't if he has nothing to now be kinda cool. 'cause.
"donald mental" Discussed on Work in Progress with Sophia Bush
"Yeah. I mean, it starts with the. And in the west of physical and mental health and that. Yeah. But also mental health in this country is is treated like a luxury. You know. It. We see this with the refusal of. Professionals in the fields of psychiatry and psychology to. Not Not, their failure, but the failure to recognize that the state of Donald's. Mental health or lack thereof is infinitely of infinitely more concerns who has his physical health and yet the physical aspects of his wellbeing or all. We seem to focus on. It's very, very strange and it's it's the it's the expertise in mental health that I am so curious to explore with you because I I know that. After you know faulkner turned into a real psychological research in pursuit you you to the donor institute. The Turner Institute of Advanced Psychological Studies at Delphi. I know that you worked for a year at the Manhattan Psychiatric Center while You were doing your. Research you're a contributor to book on Schizophrenia Published by Columbia. University. You've taught courses in trauma and psychopathy and developmental psychology I. Mean You are an expert on an expert on an expert and? I'm really curious about your studies and work within the field of psychology as it pertains to clinical study and research. Because I think a lot of people consider. Mental Health as we were referring to it to be a bit amorphous or it's based in feelings but there's real clinical patterning here and I think it's so important for you know the audience and honestly for the world to know that. A lot of what you are discussing and spelling out for us in your book is an assessment of the president's psychological wellbeing and you have expertise in diagnosing his. Symptoms. From a clinical perspective so I can we can we dig into that a little bit? Can you explain to people what that really means? What the clinical aspect looks like what they may not know about the field. I E evil. As a clinician as a therapist and just to be clear I've been out of the field for very long time. So I'm not currently practicing I'm not licensed or anything like that. So you know this is just based on my experience. As somebody trained in the field and somebody who worked in the field for a long time but no longer is it well but just because you're not currently practicing, you've chosen to move in another direction doesn't mean that all of your education, your degrees, your PhD. Invent author disappears you know you you've you've got it in the back. The expertise is still there absolutely I just WanNa be clear that I'm not yet. Yeah no I appreciate that. So When when we're putting together a clinical picture, we take into account. A. Lot. You know it's it's in some ways. It's IT'S A it's a data driven process, which is why it's impossible to diagnose somebody who's not your patient 'cause you. Data. Glean from testing So if you ever tested somebody, you don't have those data. On. The other hand though it's it's also about story..
"donald mental" Discussed on Masters in Business
"This week on the podcast I have a special guest. Her name is Lisa Cook and she is an economist who has done some absolutely fascinating research on all sorts of really interesting things, patents innovation. Gender, race inequality just really really fascinating. Normally when I, prep for an interview, I go in kind of knowing a lot about the person and maybe I'll find one or two little interesting tidbits to ask them. But as I'm doing the research and working off of some of the questions that bat nick got to me, we ended up finding these really amazing research papers that she put together some. Stuff that just the data is shocking and it's amazing. Nobody thought to even look at this before she found out that the number of African American women who were earning their PhD was under one percent of the total PhD's. That's a pretty shocking statistic and her research on patents and the impact of racism and and what she called extra judicial executions or lynchings. has a huge impact on on what patents are awarded and subsequent innovation in an economy. Some of the stories she told about. Taking. What she found various Nobel laureate economists expecting them to trash a research and they're all like this is amazing. You gotta go publish this Milton Friedman champion of free market said Hey this is interfering with free market you have to publish this. This is absolutely fascinating. It's a really incredible tale. She's got a a really fascinating background if you're at all paying attention to the news these days and you're interested in institutional racism or sexism or why the economy works better for some people than others you're GonNa, find this to be really a fascinating discussion data-based objective and really really intriguing. So with no further ADO my conversation with Michigan State University's Lisa. This is masters in business with Barry, Ritholtz on Bloomberg radio. My special guests. This week is Lisa Cook. She is the professor of Economics and International Relations at Michigan State University. She is a Marshall Scholar who got her PhD in economics at Berkeley. She was a researcher for the Council of Economic Advisers under President Obama Lisa Cook Welcome to Bloomberg. Thank you so much berry. So Lisa I have to ask what drove you towards a career in economics. Berry. That's a really good question. I have a couple of dancers. One is that as I look back on it over the last year or so I think one of the important. TRIPS that we took every year was to a place called told city North Carolina. My cousin played miss mckissick with starting the city from scratch he was. He was a protester along with Martin Luther King marched with them within the class of nineteen, Forty, eight at Morehouse college integrated the University of North Carolina. You know just really active on many different fronts, but he was building a city from scratch. And this is something we saw every summer from one trailer to trailers to three trailers to a building that housed IBM, two more buildings, and what he had to do was to essentially plan and economy, and I think that that notion if something that really started turning the wheels for me, how you how do you plan and economy and how do you try to close the racial wealth gap and this was a multi cultural effort but the impetus a was trying to create some good jobs. So that the racial wealth gap would be closed. Now this is the sixties and Seventies. So that's that's one answer that's that's upon a lot of reflection recent. But I would say that. At. Oxford when I was trying to decide on one of the three. Topics I was just study in philosophy politics and Economics I took my medical economics tutorial. It was so much fun. I A Grad student teaching it and I I kept telling myself there cannot be feel as much fun. They can't be. So I kept putting it off I, climb Kilimanjaro with this Cambridge craned economist and he convinced me that no, I should not go off to LLC and do PhD Mathematical Logic, which is what I was planning. I, should do a PhD in economic. So in five hours, he convinced me that this is. What I should do so I think that's the answer to your question. Did you know you were always heading towards academia and I have to point out your doctoral advisers were Barry Green David rumor that some pretty big firepower? That's right. I. Am not certain that I was always headed to academia. I thought I was going to be a lawyer certainly because so many people in my family and around me were involved in the civil rights movement. One is the things that. I thought about all the time was making sure that voting rights were protected and the way to do that was through the law. And it wasn't. Until. Much later during this period of climbing, for example, and. Trying to figure out whether it's going to do `economics or not that I rejected the law I didn't think I was going into academia if I did the law. Paid I think there's a lot of. History among. Economists and among academic and general. So most of my relatives were in some form of academia. So I, certainly got a lot of exposure to it, but I wasn't convinced that that's what I wanted to whether to do. My advisers whether they were formal or informal at at Spelman and at Berkeley were just off the charts. Amazing. One of them was. Donald, mental store who is president of Spelman. College. At the time and at one point at the College Board. And absolute mentor and help to. Encourage me to apply for the Marshall and for the roads and other take advantage of other opportunities, Marjorie.
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"We love you love that changes the whole right. We didn't hid moving to London. Man Good. WFL Jennifer K.. Announced to me. The first african-american fulltime females The NFL she'll joining me the Washington Professional Football Team Staff as assistant good on her. Get on the good on Ron Rivera. She was assistant with the Dartmouth is fat season and good for her. That's a there's no catch. There's no job. She played for the New York sharks and and women's football alliance. She was Approach at a year ago hotshots the AF. This is just one of those things where this correct and I'm really excited for this to become less and less a new story you know San Diego Rivera's auspey but Rivera one of those guys like and and you like I'm all about getting the chance and I'm always a happy when it comes to things like this. Because the first argument from folks who either focus on their high school experience or just never really grew up is how is she lied men you did you ever see anyone else you know like I just watched a you know a XFL game with all sorts of coaches races racist Crete's religious insects is in at the end of the day. You want to win. You want to get to where you need to go in the NFL. You're not gonNa have time unless things are getting really bad to start at that sexy resume of the people giving you direction a birthday me directions credit kitchen. I have a question if we're this card on Miss Kim. Why this cargo Steve Belgian? What question question? The person working the right here. I got here because of his last name him where it also gets a civil last week. couching is one of those guys who never doesn't work out because he also they're very good at his job always. I'm having visit the story. The happy happening. Don't give a seventeen games please. NBA teams the All Star. Teams are picks this week in the done this thing for the last up to three years. Now where the gators needs conference. They come down they pick the starting lineups. I think it's a pretty cool little regal. They've added. I think that it's a nice kind of fun. You pick up any way to live it up the whole all start facilities in now. We've got the final teams here which I say man. I'm good at this so Janas historic himself court. Joel Path Gothia Kemba Walker trae young shaft ox. Lebron starters were ended Davis Quiet Leonard. Luca Danni in James Harden they may score five hundred points. The yarmuth says the logic behind that he wanted young or young or and or hungry guys as far they'd be hungry egg woke. Yeah Oh yes. And that's why I like it when it comes from someone like it isn't bootstraps hungry. It's like Nano Romy Hunger. Things are GONNA. They did have often town right. Finding Linson Beedon and the great leap pieces on actual actual basketball teams. This is an all star game. The Game's points you always bench. Chris Middleton who used to play with them or excuse me Bam had a bio rudy. Go Bare Air. Jimmy Butler coury Brandon Ingram Donald Mental Game in the fifties lebrons bench Russell Westbrook SA- Bonus Chris Paul Jason Tatum famous Koby coach. Jason Tatum. Nikola Jokic Ben Simmons and Dave Load. What the hell all the goings on t brown? Because now. They've made her television show. Which island all work for? Oh you cynic like this where they ask us if he was deciding between trae young I believe with trae. Young James Harden and Kimball Walker and he said I'm taking That WANNA play past. What game do you think is is really name? What what coach you WanNa win and look and I personally I I like what the Pascall it pains my is however the name of the game scores appoints and once the squad led by Yanks? Now we must talk about the NBA a trade deadline. They were losers and then they were fucking talk talk about lives. I'll bet you doubt at the half an insured from the talk about him all week or he wasn't a freight forwarder her NBA finals MVP timeout killing trade. So he knows what it means to be a grisly. Yes it means hoping to make the playoffs or hoping to make the lottery. You're on the eighty nine plus and you will. This will not lie. They're fourteen and five over the last nineteen just what is unsustainable. Sorry other Harvard got all his money. Got Another year. This money happening a season before heading to fucking Miami now united with in places that are cold he knew madden hanging out in the house. Get a phone call for two million dollars year. Guaranteed for we got another four to come in and calm down.
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"A start on a Western star in the western conference. I should say and Reserved for the Western Conference. Where named That that were named where Donald Mitchell Dame Lillard Russell Westbrook of Chris Paul Brandon Ingram. Shot Him Rudy. Go Bear and Yokich so I think the biggest thing for me in terms of all star is like are we deserve. Are we rewarding individuals for their player rewarding individuals for the team's success and I didn't that's kind of where it comes down to because in my opinion all star is like are you want you want to use a showcase of the best players for the world to see and whatever review quantified. Best is up to you but for my That's I think the issue with a lot of that is so They break it down into Agile Greg around in the back or front court and I think that's a part of a party issue right there because guys like rudy go bare again is. Does he agree player. Yes was he deserving of an all star nod also yes because like I said he's averaging sixteen and fifteen plus two blocks the Youth the jazz or will the foresees in the east I'm west. They're having a great season but is rudy go bare style of play really conducive abusive to an all star game in terms of fame enjoyment. Not really so what do we. What do we want because we saw with the fan voting big guys in their doing cool stuff and Rudy Gobert is a contemplative into that but he also deserve and also having good season? So that's kind of issue within and also just because of the fact that there's different positions you don't WanNa leave guys out which I get but in my opinion I think it should be the twelve. I'll bet you should do away with like Hey Do say like the five best. The five the five best on five guys superstars and everybody else's everybody else whether it's whether that means I don't like the fact that you have to be like Oh we have to have this many for we have to have this many centers. We have to have this. Many guards is like hey. Whoever the twelve best players are In that conference during that year. That's what we put in there. We don't we shouldn't force ourselves pigeonhole ourselves into being being being like I said being forced to pick certain positions like oh we need another senator. Owing there's no waiting to let like it's not an official official game like you don't it's not. These are not the building a team in order not during a team the best twelve in how they fit together. And how a fit on Corbalis. Not just not going out there to see Be Entertained paned sequel plays see the best players play with each other and Yeah and that's wise old position like him because because we gotta make sure we have enough Arcor guys. That's how guy like a Devon Booker. Who's averaging what twenty seven and six? I believe on the year as WANNA get the the number of great for you guys Mea. He's averaging twenty seven and six E- shooting fifty percents from the field. Like thirty seven from three. I think something like that. Like Ninety from the ninety from the free throw line like it's absurd season. He's so he's had twenty seven six assists four rebounds and shooting fifty percents of field. Thirty six point eight from three and ninety one percent of the free throw line on a team. And it's not his fault is teams bad. The the Andre Eytan was suspended for what twenty five years. I think. He's only played in seventeen games this season. So when your best player misses more than half the season up to his point you're playing there by himself and even with that they're still so what I think ninth or tenth in the West Air Eleventh in the West. But they're like three and a half games back of each of the eighth seed so as I understand wanting to reward I honestly think so and automating bear but also you might have been eager to take donald mental spa in all honesty. I know again. This is where it comes down to like do you want. Do you want the best players overall you the best players who also happen to have a good season. Because I'm going to go to each see. That Hamilton season didn't matter as much use the stars. So they wouldn't like fans like is like when you pick and choose if you look at if you look down Mitchell against teams a lot better than the sons but I mean he has a better team around him and then Devon Booker does so. That's probably that's at least a part of the reason. Why but he's averaging twenty five points so less points Seven twenty five four assists and four rebounds. So let's say it's about the same amount of rebounds shooting worse from the Field Field Uche via the forty six percent about the same from three and a little from from the free. Throw some in Devon Booker is probably the only one that I have a major greg with honestly you could. You could argue the same thing for like a Guy Chris Paul who's being rewarded for the fact that the founder weren't supposed to be that good. He was expected to do that much this year. So they're giving him like Kinda like the the the. Oh Gee Vote owed in like I was like Oh God later in his career still playing at decent level that I will vote mankind. Thank you Dr. Give Devon Booker his spot you gotta give somebody. John Ran Hispano. Like it's like you gotta like are the best players rewarding the rewarding good players who team success. That's what am I paying. That's not what all star game should be. That's you're just showcase of the best players in the League regarding. That shouldn't like the record. Should not become too that you want to account record for like wards like MVP and EP rookie year. Sixth man that kind of stuff defensive player of the on by all means. That's fine you awards you can You can factor record but for just all-star votes you should an. This is an talked about this before. This is the kind of thing where that foolish fan voting hearts the players because as we already discussed Devon Evan Booker was eighth in fan voting but he was fourth in player fourth in media eight fan. When are believed that for the fan voted for guards that is was asked Rousseau so all those avaricious votes that you knew weren't going to get Weren't that when you knew he wasn't again. I mean what was it Steph. Curry was does Steph. Curry was sixth. In Fan voting. He played well like three games. The Russell was tantalus like there. Were guys that were getting votes for no reason. I mean it's not necessarily therefore voted for their guys I get it. And maybe the Suns Fan and should have done a better job of voting for Devon Booker. But I'm saying as fans of the sport should make a mockery of the voting system is how I feel lauffer guy that are actually going to be able to play in the game. Don't vote for guys just just for the fun of it like no one else crusoes. Never making an all star Game Steph. Curry was never gonNA make the All Star game with nine. Deal has been not not hard as much as Steph Curry. But he's been in. Allied to Devon Booker has been there every night giving phoenix everything. He can heavy twenty seven and six while shooting fifty percent from the field. And it's just absurd that he's not Illegit all-star like without having somebody to get hurt I mean Don Hurt his ankle. So we'll see how healthy he has lost a game maybe he sets out he consigned him. There may be the China load manage. He might not want to imagine. I WanNa push himself all star weekend so was he does a chance. Democrats still make the team but the fact he is already on team team is a shame and I feel bad for him due the fact he just being he's be his his where he plays where he would. Draft is held against them. When it shouldn't be that's not his fault he can only he can only control what he can control and that's how well he plays and he's playing exceptional he's probably gonNA enter the current pace probably on on one of the all? NBA teams done. Which one he's GonNa make one of the all NBA teams in all NBA team? But not make the all star Game Condom Sir to me but again that's why the fan voting putting is a sham and then flipping over to the eastern conference side. We have Who trying to find to be we? We had I know Jimmy Butler made it Out of bio made it Jason made it Trying to remember who wells Kyle lowry. Chris Middleton Ben. Simmons and Bonus is seven so a collar. Chris Middleton said Bonus Ben Simmons tatum a Bam and Jimmy yet so yeah so I mean and obviously the big MRS IRA was Bradley. Beal who again is being hurt Do the his lack of team success. which again and not his fault But you could have. which is like? It's hard because like all right. So what do you take out. That's the way I was looking at these things and I was like. Do you take car. Lavery yes and no because he used. He's having a good year. He's what he's at twenty seven. I believe Regardless the rapid second in the West and secondly he's excuse me and he's averaging yeah like almost twenty and seven assists plus like four and a half rebounds in impasse cal arguably best. I missed is missed a good amount of time this year. He's only played in. Okay Wow wow. They played and Save Money Games. Essentially that'd be some time like ask. I was affluent Slobodon Having a good year in the raptors second in the East so then they're gonNA give him the nod because of that so again. The bad team is being held against them being held against Beal who himself and he even talked about actually game. How disrespectfully didn't make it in? I could honestly agree with him Because he's averaging twenty eight point six points and six point six point three assists in four point four steals the shooting. Forty five Atrocious so I do WANNA knock him. That's what you knock him his own shooting thirty one percent from three in the forty eighty five percent from in line so he doesn't make it adding almost twenty nine points a game which is absurd. I don't care how bad is missing again. Not completely his fault that the rest of his team is sorry. yes and you guys exact Levin Domain whose averaging I think about twenty five on team that's in contention technically for the seat I mean Deng did was to only five games back. The NASA shows how bad the bottom of the eastern conference has been this year though they buying the West has been that much better but yeah the vines averaging twenty five points a game Twenty five points. Five rebounds four assists for four percent from the field thirty percent from three eighty three percent from the line and again is his team. Great now so that's why guys that Khris Middleton make again. I'm not trying to say this as a knock Christianity. And he's on the best team in the in the League he's only only averaging twenty points Six rebounds about four assists shooting fifty. Wow in fifty. Four Ninety did not not know that before started this argument. Art As workers melted made it but then it's just like it just like he'd like they're just like it's tough because I can get yard Virginia. Jinyan there 'cause he's playing wellness the same thing with the with the with the four. I mean with having you can't just have a bunch of gardens you've got ad for the Sanderson Bam's gotTa be in their these emigre seasons of bonuses keep is help keep the pace of flow in Solo Depot Ga bag and then tatum's interesting one because many people argued that maybe were saying that honestly you could put Jaylen Brown on on over him and I'm not to to get his afford board. So different positions then Levine. And beal does he. He's what twenty one and seven three assists shooting forty percent from the field thirty six percent from three eighty four percent. Free throw line but once these other guys are second maybe third options on good teams as opposed to guys like beal our.
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"Oland earlier this year I was able to to make public a a letter that was written in two thousand nine by senator Harry Reid about did the eight to program it was called a tip in this letter but he had created that program and out in the beginning was called Ostap and the contract for all sap went to an organization called bass which is a put together by Robert Bigelow based here in Las Vegas and they were studying UFOs and after a year or so of that I think the contract was awarded in September eight little more than a year later senator Reid rights to the department of defense and in this letter he asks for a tip which is that the new moniker at the time for all sap ask for it to be made into a special access program in S. A. P. we interviewed senator read about it twice and it said one of the main reasons he wanted to be an essay P. was so they can get access to other SAP's were sensitive materials were stashed were reportedly staff meeting real physical materials and and they said no nope sorry door slammed in their face sorry Senate Majority Leader the answer is no I guess you would be surprised by that development no but that actually what's interesting about it of course is that the group that you know through Robert Bigelow all of those people work very well aware by this time of just how the whole system works if they hadn't known even earlier but certainly by this time they were well aware of the actions in the private world and so they absolutely would have wanted to do that and clearly senator Reid would have and I'm sure quite aware of this as well and that this is the old story like everyone wants to get to the gold mine where the real information is an eight we all know it's it's and privatize worlds yes so what it means is that the eight the program was whatever we still don't really know every single thing that they did I mean I you know we know that that may help he said that was that get those very interesting thirty eight's papers prepared and written on a future checklist that's quite interesting indeed but in terms of the UFO analysis you ate the analysis we get little bits and pieces that come out but it it does seem to me that the eight a program is eight score racking up the service of what obviously been going on so there is still so much more that we need to unpack here I would have to say your suspicions are I'd say your suspicions are pretty close to accurate in fact they're totally accurate well let me ask you this before we go to phone calls and other topics where do people see your stuff make your patch on how they can find your work thank you well I've got to I've got a couple of website I have an old my my publishing website ritual impressive in going for many years and books that published and and also that I published by some of the really interesting authors I have a site that I've been working with my wife Tracy for the last couple of years old Richard on members and as you can imagine a membership based website but there's a lot of free material there too the original members I put a lot of ridiculous amount of content up there every week lots and lots of our people take you are clean and get if you think you and then we have a very active YouTube channel hi my name is Richard doll and YouTube you'll find it and I put out along with Tracy and often solo quite a bit of content out there as well so I'm keeping very busy and they have been actually really very happily engaged in that UFO subjects well for many many years but I think the last couple of years have been particularly engaging for me and I'm looking forward to continuing you had written to me in an email saying it felt like things are speeding up in the U. awful world and there's a lot of encouraging developments that the kinds of things we're talking about tonight but at the same time you suspect run a race against time in the sense that what's cover meant coming in terms of government surveillance yes of all of us and we will carry around a surveillance device in our pockets now does a really it's it's scary time I mean where my predictions were like ten years behind China with the whole social credit type system being rolled out I mean what China has invented is the absolute perfect totalitarian domination cool like the you could not envision something more effective than what they've dot net right now it scared the entire population that that knowing anything neck negative or and in a word to the Chinese government untrustworthy eat anything that's bad you it's like that black mirror episode like your social status go down can't get a mortgage can't ride public transportation can't leave the country can't all of these things including if your friends say bad things and do that and we are you know Americans and people in the west like critical it can't happen here but we're moving so rapidly so that's one bad thing a world in which no more privacy for ever ever again for you your children your grandchildren gone but not only that in terms of the UFO part of it I have felt for years that there are a couple of very very big secrets that if they were to come out call it need be active the kind of sledgehammer against the other the mass of secrecy enveloping in other words something that would shock people enough to think my god the secrecy been this bad that make you would have a salutary positive effect UEFA secrecy is definitely one of the things that if there were to come out people would realize just how they've been lied to and so I feel like we're in a race because we are moving toward a system of total integrated global surveillance and domination and it's not impossible to see that system coming in a place where all range ideas are relegated Tanishq here you see it on social media you see them you too great amount of censorship coming down on you it shocks me I mean week to week I never know if I'm gonna be brought into the U. two principles office for some other bad thing that I say that you're not supposed to hear it on the legal they treat people increasingly like little children and it's Facebook and it's everywhere else you look where we are being prevented from saying more and more important truths and so that can that can accelerate and I really wonder can we get to a point where enough important truth comes out that allows us to get genuine forward momentum it's the old story of the you know irresistible force against the immovable object and the the world of secrecy is that immovable object and can we can we develop and nothing can ever since the full force in time to really do some serious work against that and that's the real issue of our of our era we don't know how it's going to fall I mean we could end up on the on the good side there we could end up on are they can sing I'm I'm with you on that I'm concerned about where it's leading as well it's pretty scary assault video from Edward Snowden posted on Twitter today it was a Chinese man who was called in by the Chinese police is in this room strapped into a metal chair I mean really strap that he was being grilled because he had said something on social media about traffic enforcement I had made a joke he was drinking any made a joke about traffic enforcement being bad and they hold a man and we're grilling on how how dare you think this is funny this has scared to death okay right and I thought this was so reason I thought could this be a hoax and was that bad but you're saying it was from snowed in yes so that's well my god it that's a horrifying interview anyone has not seen as they should look for it it's absolutely chilling chilling let's take take a couple calls first time caller Jeff in British Columbia hi Jeff you're on with Richard Dolan George hi you're on the air how's it going yeah always going okay how about yourself not bad what's on your mind anyway I was just calling because I was just like looking at the south thirty program on the on the on my computer and it says that they were like it started with this Frank Drake equation about like the existence of extra terrestrial intelligence and I'm just wondering like like if the if if they're spending all this money on the seti program then how can there be all these you will fall for around in this city program hasn't picked up on a well I think the study program is privately funded for one thing I'm not sure that there's much government money in that anymore and secondly I I'm not sure astronomers see that many you oppose rich do you have any thoughts what I do yeah you know the late thank you pre man had a great acronym for setting I mean it's it's officially stands for the search for extraterrestrial intelligence analyst Paul that silly effort to investigate and he used to say that because the the city people are notoriously bad on your phone you can really see why obviously I I would just say I mean I have my own interaction with sex shop stock and I will have to tell you since he he at the lack of grace to try to trash talk me an article early this year I will simply say I was decidedly unimpressed by his an incredible lack of knowledge and lack of sophistication when it comes to the subject it was shocking shockingly back yes I mean city is notoriously bad with the subject you can understand why partly because you know for years and years you opposed really are that in the third round for any kind of public respectability public funding of any sort and the city people if you could see it gone over backwards to distance themselves in any sense from the UFO subject whatsoever I think there's a big political element to that in my opinion but the thing about astronomers it's true like they the farmers have this on deserved authority when it comes to the U. of a subject people they know all my goodness if you oppose ever matter space and astronomers with no and there's J. Allen Hynek he was an astronomer antistatic you opposing yeah that's true but realistically astronomers have and no greater expertise on UFOs and anyone else if you really want expert even UFOs you might look French atmospheric businesses if you oppose it are predominately seen in our atmosphere not in space I'm thinking of the late James McDonald who was an atmospheric physicist and to destroy the you know terrible arguments of astronomers like Donald mental and other city people so no I think astronomers really get an undeserved amount of recognition when it comes to the whole you up a subject and I don't think their opinions are any more valuable frankly than that of any other discipline by the way Jeff tomorrow night we have a former NASA astronomer who will be here to talk about his UFO sighting if you want to tune in we go now the east of the Rockies Stephen in Maryland hi Steven.
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"Arguments of astronomers like Donald mental and other city people so no I think astronomers really get an undeserved amount of recognition when it comes to the whole you up a subject and I don't think their opinions are any more valuable frankly than that of any other discipline by the way Jeff tomorrow night we have a former NASA astronomer who will be here to talk about his UFO sighting if you want to tune in we go now east of the Rockies Stephen in Maryland hi Steven are you doing all right what's on your mind on the install Richard all our I watch logs programs in I think he's really good this is why I never see anything with regards to the actual Aryan behind on the US does not a word there has to be something fundamentally wrong with our equation is a black hole with raisin is incorrect or our insurance specialists relativity or quantum mechanics okay yes all right I'm a let Richard take a whack at that's even week we have an trouble with your phones will let rich answer that yeah you faded in and out but I did hear you and I think it's a fantastic question I have believed for quite some time that the very reality of the UFO phenomenon and securely are observed thanks some of these very strange things at least appear to be happening in connection with some of them tells me or at least suggests that we're missing something very big from our science something big is missing now I don't know I don't know where it's missing but I suspect that it has to do with our understanding of space and time and perhaps gravity that these are very key to our understanding I mean we we all know that are common sense of space and time is not exactly right you know we understand that space and time are indeed a fabric like how does our common sense make any logical that yeah it's true space and time are deeply connected and gravity is connected to this somehow so I think that we're still in the process of understanding this and my personal opinion is that the intelligence center behind the UFO phenomenon have mastered that space and time or spacetime metric engineering or things of this sort in a way that we haven't and that gives them these abilities perhaps to make up and run around the you know are kind of blue collar around the speed of light for example and things like that in a working space and time I think that they figure something out that we are in the process of trying to figure out who gets sick but it that way I think it's a great question I just wish I could answer that are you know you you L. co wrote the book at eighty after disclosure and a and a project a lot of things that are on the money in a you know we the public has not freaked out so far the New York times story came out suddenly there's your your whole topic is taken much more seriously nobody has for the hills nobody runs to their bunker but I wonder if there is something still lurking out there that could make that happen if that's a reason for secrecy orders secrecy more more likely boil down to just ask keeping their technology secret to we can figure it out before our adversaries are earthly adversaries get that's a great question I was saying there are definite would like if I were in the club of the secret it's very likely that I would identify several things that I would be concerned about one is the weaponization of any acquire technology so I think we have to assume that there is I mean you have to go back to nineteen forty five forty six era when the United States had a monopoly of optional atomic bombs in the United States certainly did not want to share that with anyone else so imagine something as exotic as alien technology earth literally earth shattering implication perhaps and you have to wonder what would happen if this were to go and you know be out in the public for anyone to be able to manipulate the could be dangerous and the other thing of course is that there have been hints for decades and decades and decades about the very serious almost great nature of this there are a number of stories where there these dark in about something that is very disturbing about this phenomenon and I I don't know exactly what it would be but we've known about them the such instances sixty the maybe the fifties I wrote about one in after disclosure relating to president Jimmy Carter back in nineteen seventy seven and I've had some very good authority that this is a true story Hart was brief in June of seventy seven at this first few months as president on each he's new efforts and I I wasn't told directly what he was briefed on but I was told directly that when the doors opened he was seen practically sobbing head in his hands elbows on the desk that's something deeply upset him I've gotten a couple of other similar types of stories over the years so it's not impossible to imagine that this is this could be very serious and it could be something that we might feel is out of our control now balance against that are a number of researchers you feel it now these beings are not dangerous and not here he does not hear anything other than maybe help us that's an opinion I I don't know how I feel about that to this day it's a very widely held opinion by a lot of people and I wish if they're if they're here to help us I wish they'd step in an act more directly we could use the help we we absolutely have no one like yeah I should probably let the next yeah we're now we're we're about out of time I'm sorry to say because there's so much more that you and I need to talk about Chris blood so I've seen your interviews with him is terrific work what an interesting guy I got a chance to meet and next time you come back maybe we can bring him a will will have a three way conversation and I I we're putting up links on your our website to your stuff so people can find yeah always great to talk you Richard Richard thank you very sick quickly about about Christie's is combination of these unbelievable incredible story but backed by what really does appear to be credibility by him and by other witnesses as well so really quite remarkable it's a great case thanks for joining us appreciate it my pleasure yours as a pleasure thanks and coming up next I'll handle Ross from open minds joins us we go into the break with the little Christmas music from.
"donald mental" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Even UFOs you might look for an atmospheric business as if you oppose it are predominately seen in our atmosphere not in space I'm thinking of the late James McDonald who was an atmospheric physicist and to destroy being in a terrible arguments of astronomers like Donald mental and other city people so no I think astronomers really get an undeserved amount of recognition when it comes to the whole you up a subject and I don't think their opinions are any more valuable frankly and I don't know any other discipline by the way Jeff tomorrow night we have a former NASA astronomer who will be here to talk about his UFO sighting if you want to tune in we go now east of the Rockies Stephen in Maryland hi Steven everyone all right what's on your mind on the S. R. Richard don't why I watch more of its programs and I think he's really good this is why I never see anything with regards to the actual ari and find on the UFO well the words there has to be something fundamentally wrong with our equation is a black hole where you can is that correct or our current special theory of relativity or quantum mechanics okay was this all right I'm a let Richard take a whack at that Stephen week we have an trouble with your phones will let rich answer that yeah you faded in and out but I did hear you and I think it's a fantastic question I have believed for quite some time that the very reality of the UFO phenomenon and securely are observed aspects some of these very strange things at least appear to be happening in connection with some of them tells me or at least suggests that we're missing something very big from our science something big is missing now I don't know I don't know where it's missing but I suspect.
"donald mental" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Richard Oland earlier this year I was able to to make public a a letter that was written in two thousand nine by senator Harry Reid about did the eight to program it was called a tip in this letter but he had created that program and out in the beginning it was called also happen the contract for all sap went to an organization called bass which is put together by Robert Bigelow based here in Las Vegas and they were studying UFOs and after a year or so of that I think the contract was awarded in September wait a little more than a year later senator Reid rights to the department of defense in in this letter he asks for a tip which is that the new moniker at the time for all sap ask for it to be made into a special access program in S. A. P. we interviewed senator read about it twice and it said one of the main reasons he wanted to be an essay P. was so they can get access to other SAP's were sensitive materials were stashed were reportedly stash meaning real physical materials and and they said no nope sorry door slammed in their face sorry Senate Majority Leader the answer is no I guess you would be surprised by that development no but that actually what's interesting about it of course is that the group that you know through Robert Bigelow all of those people work very well aware by this time just how the whole system works if they hadn't known even earlier but certainly by this time they were well aware of the actions in the private world and so they absolutely would have wanted to do that and clearly senator Reid would have been I'm sure quite aware of this as well and that this is the whole story like everyone wants to get to the gold mine where the real information is an eight we all know it's it's been privatized worlds yes so what it means is that the H. that program was whatever we still don't really know every single thing that they did I mean I you know we know that that may help he said that was that get those very interesting thirty eight's papers prepared and written on a future checklist that's quite interesting indeed but in terms of the UFO analysis you ate the analysis we get little bits and pieces that come out but it it does seem to me that the H. a program is eight score racking up the surface of what obviously been going on so there's still so much more that we need to unpack here I would have to say your suspicions are I'd say your suspicions are pretty close to accurate in fact they're totally accurate well let me ask you this before we go to phone calls and other topics where do people see your stuff make your patch on how they can find your work thank you well I'm going to I've got a couple of website I have an old my my publishing website ritual impresses been going for many years and books that published and and also that I published by some of the really interesting authors I have a site that I've been working with my wife Tracy for the last couple of years old Richard on members and as you can imagine that membership based website but there's a lot of free material there too your regional members I had a lot of ridiculous amount of content up there every week lots and lots of our people take to clean and get they could keep into and then we have a very active YouTube channel hi my name is Richard Allen YouTube you'll find it and I put out along with Tracy and often solo quite a bit of content out there as well so keeping very busy and they have been actually really very happily engaged and that UFO subjects well for many many years but I think the last couple of years have been particularly engaging for me and I'm looking forward to continuing you had written to me in an email saying it felt like things are speeding up and you awful world and there's a lot of encouraging developments that the kinds of things we're talking about tonight but at the same time you suspect run a race against time in the sense that what's cover meant coming in terms of government surveillance yes of all of us I mean well carry around a surveillance device in our pockets notice the really it's a scary time I mean where my predictions were like ten years behind China with the whole social credit type system being rolled out I mean what China has invented is the absolute perfect totalitarian domination cool like the you could not envision something more effective than with it that night right now it scared the entire population at that knowing anything neck negative or and in the words of the Chinese government untrustworthy eat anything that's bad you it's like that black mirror episode like your social status go down can't get a mortgage can't write public transportation can't leave the country kettle of the thing including if your friends say bad things and you've got that and we are you know Americans and people in the west like critical it can't happen here but we're moving so rapidly so that's one bad thing a world in which no more privacy for ever ever again for you your children your grandchildren gone but not only that in terms of the UFO part of it I felt for years that there are a couple of very very big secrets that if they were to come out it may be actively kind of selection or against the the will the mass of secrecy enveloping in other words something that would shock people enough to to think my god the secrecy been this bad that maybe we have a salutary positive effect UEFA secrecy is definitely one of the things that occur were to come out would realize just how they've been lied to and so I feel like we're in a race because we are moving toward a system of total integrated global surveillance and domination and it's not impossible to see that system coming in a place where all range ideas are relegated Tanishq here you see it on social media you see them you too great amount of censorship coming down on you it shocks me I mean week to week I never know if I'm gonna be brought into the U. two principles office for some other thing that I say that you're not supposed to hear it's on believable they treat people increasingly like little children and it's Facebook and it's everywhere else you look where we are being prevented from saying more and more important truths and so that can that can accelerate and I really wonder can we get to a point where another important truth comes out that allows us to get genuine forward momentum it's the old story of the you know irresistible force against the immovable object and the the world of secrecy is acting moveable object and can we can we develop and nothing can ever system will force in time to really do some serious work against that and that's the real issue of our of our era we don't know how it's gonna fall I mean we could end up on the on the good side of it we could end up on the bachelor stars I can sing I'm I'm with you on that I'm concerned about where it's leading as well it's pretty scary assault video from Edward Snowden posted on Twitter today it was a Chinese man who was called in by the Chinese police he's in this room strapped into a metal chair I mean really strap that he was being grilled because he had said something on social media about traffic enforcement I had made a joke he was drinking any made a joke about traffic enforcement being bad and they hold a man and we're grilling on how how dare you think this is funny this has scared to death okay I want that and I thought this was so reason I thought could this be a hoax and was that bad but you're saying it was from snowed in yeah so that's well my god expects a horrifying interview anyone is not seen as they should look for it it's absolutely chilling chilling stick stick a couple calls first time caller Jeff in British Columbia hi Jeff your honor with Richard Dolan George hi you're on the air how's it going yeah always going okay how about yourself not bad what's on your mind anyway I was just calling because I was just like looking at the south thirty program on the on on my computer and it says that they were like it started with this Frank Drake equation about like the existence of extra terrestrial intelligence and I'm just wondering like like if they if they if they're spending all this money on the seti program then how can there be all these you will fall for around thirty program hasn't picked up on a well I think the study program is privately funded for one thing I'm not sure that there's much government money in that anymore and secondly I I'm not sure astronomers see that many you oppose rich do you have any thoughts with I do you know the late Stanton Friedman had a great acronym for setting I mean it's it's officially stands for the search for extraterrestrial intelligence then I would call it silly effort to investigate can you say that because the the city people are notoriously bad on your phone you can really see why I obviously I I would just say I mean I have my own interaction with sex shop stock and I will have to tell you she he had the lack of grace to try to trash talk me an article earlier this year I will simply say I was decidedly unimpressed by his I'm incredible lack of knowledge and lack of sophistication when it comes to the subject it was this shocking shocking like that yes I mean city is notoriously bad with the subject you can understand why partly because you know for years and years you oppose really are that in the third round for any kind of public respectability public funding of any sort and the city people if you could see it gone over backwards to distance themselves in any sense from the UFO subject whatsoever so I think there's a big political element to that in my opinion but the the thing about astronomers it's true like take a strong words have this on deserved authority when it comes to you of a subject people they know all my goodness if you oppose informatics base and astronomers with no and there's J. Allen Hynek he was an astronomer in Houston if you oppose and yeah that's true but realistically astronomers have and no greater expertise on UFOs than anyone else if you really want expert even you oppose you might look for an atmosphere it is this if you oppose it are predominately seen in our atmosphere not in space I'm thinking of the late James McDonald who was an atmospheric physicist and to destroy he you know arguments of astronomers like Donald mental and other city people so no I think astronomers really get an undeserved amount of recognition when it comes to the whole you up a subject and I don't think their opinions are any more valuable frankly than at any other.
"donald mental" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"So I told you before the playoffs started Golden State is going down somewhere. Somehow, it probably won't be to the clippers. But pound of flesh is going to be taken out of Golden State by the clippers. It's going to be harder for the for the warriors to get back up for arresting Houston. I'm going to remind you Houston against Utah Utah's a good basketball team Utah average scoring one hundred twelve game during the regular season in the five games against Houston in the series that just ended they averaged ninety eight a game. So Houston held them under a hundred points average for five games. That's highly. Impressive. They were really good on defense last night. The rocket is be rockets or a better defensive team than the warriors. Okay. I I will concede that Bolus number leading Donald mental didn't stink it up from four to five game or twenty two. I love Donovan Mitchell. But I can't defend any of that can't defend five with the exception of the one game. When she went for nineteen in the fourth all the rest of the games, he stunk it. Yeah. No. I agree. I cannot defend it. And yet last night. I looked at his numbers for the year. His numbers are up in every category from his what should have been rookie of the year year year ago will he should won it last year. But do we do we do on his game? Something know what game clippers really, oh, you're just trying to steal. What's what's the spread on it? No, no. No, no. We don't have to this for you. Take game six take the spread. You do like that one. That was sick of biggest upset nothing. They said ten fifteen years. No, no. You want us. This is a good ballclub. Welcome Rivero coach. Yeah. I like it. I'll take the spread right now. Whatever it is. I don't even know what it is. When you buy this little table. I don't eat spreads away from spreads. There will be there lethal. That's the one thing you cannot do in a press box. Don't eat spread. What to do with it? You'll go back and eat it again yellow, but you have to understand it to spread you've been there for like six seven hours. What you're gonna do fast. Your own take your own eat it that'd be no Brown bag to stop enjoy Brown bag to every game. I ever covered. I I do wanna join life. Look at me. I'm looking at your sim body fat. Okay..
"donald mental" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"So like the rest are are being really like sensitiveness series. And you know, Steph typically gets fouled. So and really just depends on how the reps are calling them. Like normally Steph and pick up five bet he figured out your stop, and this theory, so far feels like maybe the second half he kinda stopped, but it's taking a little bit longer to stop. But he's never going to not reach like he's already proven that. This is ten years and the news going to reach. It's his secret weapon as a defender, but I suspect Houston ago and him more. Like they did last year. I do expect him to try to close them. And it's very clear once he gets out of like the wars are different team. But also, maybe the rest is won't be calling that stuff. I would be worth the Stephens getting us out is that he got this series next series the leases there, whereas we still foul trouble. The biggest thing will be Matt. How many calls were James Hardie get if they're calling it this way. Yeah. Like he's gonna get a thousand free throws because. I mean, Lou will just I mean, he just goes to the lie. Just crazy stuff. They they call it sixty four thousand one game and the OJ hard with the game. So that's I'm thinking like that if they're calling it this against James harden, Chris Ball man, this is gonna be raising line. I know it's gonna be that. I hate that the rest would play a role in in a warriors rocket series, man. But you're right and talking to Marcus Thompson, the athlete we do it every Tuesday at this time, and where's kind of rested up before game five tomorrow night. Now, the news is that their opponent as Klay calls them has to go game five to I don't know how much you watch a Houston Utah last night. But I think could easily be to may not series. Yeah. Yeah. I watched that series. That you can't get better news than the warriors. Right. Both of them tell you Wednesday now. So the war is basically got a reprieve from taking off name to they don't they don't give us any advantage. But I you're Houston. You're like, man. We'd better women gave like we. I mean, we we better win this going home in Houston. Because I I'm telling you could see I could see Utah pushing it I can see how whatever they're doing. James harden? They found a working it's not the best strategy, but it just seems to discombobulated enough and if Donald mental making shots your own. I mean, they getting towards by Rubio like, you know, like. Magic Johnson drivers breezy a Rubio's killing them. So I don't I I don't know. I don't know. I used to look at a little suspect. James harden, not making this up. Hey, while we're waiting talking about Qassam assumption on the Murph and MAC show, Marcus while we're waiting to get the next your game in the books. Tomorrow. You watch in that book series man, est with forty one last night. They handle their business. I don't know Marcus over the Eastern Conference fans of Channing. We want Boston. I mean that team men they looked pretty damn good. I mean, how how how good do you think that team is? And how do you think they're going to be in the next round of the postseason, and how far do you think they can go in hard will poll, and they look amazing? They did right. Looks like really looks like Isa's done like everybody's playing for second. But also, they're playing the pistons. Right. So I feel like this Boston series is going to be like the real test to see how legit the books are. I think if they beat the bugs. I mean, if they beat the. Celtics. They're go to these final Slough. That's just the way. It is that I mean who can stop. No, I don't think anybody can he plays like last night that nobody can stop them. If look at minimum. This is the last interesting league. Like at minimum of Janas. Like y'all may have one more year time might be overall. But at minimum if he gets to the Eastern Conference finals and get some experience under his belt, right? Like, he's make sure his knee. Like, that's the way it is. So if nothing else everybody on notice right like staff bra Katie like James harden, y'all notice this is about to be honest frill as a new sheriff in town Janas antenna Kupa by just for fun because it's kind of your demo eighteen years ago. You were a young, man. Oh, one bucks last team to win a series for the Milwaukee Bucks. How many can you name? Oh, one bucks. Put you on the spot, Marcus. Let's go. Let's go. I mean, obviously, you got the phone number one. It wasn't it wasn't. It wasn't my gosh. Sam because. Let's pull market. I guess I used to love to only because he looks like my homie travel Andrews Thomas was on that team too. Nice pull your three for three because his walk off right now. You can keep going. Do. You wanna talk. Oh, one bucks, you go find Marcus. Yeah. We we all walk. But within the price is right. You can walk off. I can take you can take your prize now and go home you can get behind door number. He's going for the Gulf your fourth bucket. He wants he wants to walk up. All you know, here's how this one. Because I was I was in Milwaukee in nineteen ninety eight intern the Milwaukee journal sentinel over him wasn't very off Ray for four for four. Oh, you are. You're missing you're missing the guy who scored twenty two game tied with Ray Allen for the team lead in scoring. Ooh. What did I do sports game? Yeah. Twenty two games. We don't talk about this enough in our lives. Twenty to gain need a hands on you wanna hand you give us a head. I'm sorry. Big dog. Good. John Glen Robinson. Glenn big dog Robinson. Will they be with? This is about the time that team where this harder like had to go to graduation, and he was playing for the rafters. And I think he came back for game seven, and they and they they lost. But he went to graduation or something they lost to the Milwaukee that year, man. I remember that team pretty good. That was that seemed lowly honestly, I think Darvin Amazon that team. The former New York knick. Anthony Mason was on that team. Let's see here. I got let me confirm that for you here. I had the roster of way anti Mason rest in peace. How about that? He was not on that team. So sadly, not on the old one squad. All..
"donald mental" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Doc when he was on with us three weeks ago. And of course, he's still swears by the eggs. Well, here's the thing. It wasn't exactly what the study found or that wasn't exactly the conclusion that you would draw in the study. That's what the headline. That's what the headlines with the headline. So we read the studies. The study was what's called an epidemiological study. Have you heard that term where they just asked people what they ate and they try to control. All variables not science science controls. All the variables. So when you have places where? Skewing can occur through statistical algorithms because that's how they come up with the conclusions. They use statistical algorithms these sampling. And by the way, you know, the three kinds of lies right George there. There's lies there's Dan wise and their statistics. Exactly. I was going to say how do you know for politicians line is lips are are moving. That's exactly right. So anyway, you got these what they did is. They did an epidemiological survey where they asked a bunch of people supposedly controlling for variables. I and then we got the result and plugged into an algorithm. Now, how they came up with the algorithm, you know, there's just all kinds of statistical machinations. But the point the major point is they didn't ask the people how they cook their eggs. They didn't ask them what they had with their exactly. So this is why lies damn lies and statistics. If you make your eggs with margin. Margarine you're going to have a problem low exactly what I'm saying. So nonetheless, despite what you read in the article, the fact of the matter is an egg is a perfect food, and I'm not saying that Bolic's or rhetorically or exaggerate or dramatic. I'm saying it because an egg contains everything you need your cells need to do their business because an egg is cell. L? So you're eating sell. You understand what I'm saying? Joy, you're eating an egg cell. And that means it has everything in it all the nutrients that we know of and probably some a lot. We don't know of this feeds yourself. It's the perfect multi nominee multivitamin multi nutrients, we take we just talked about food versus supplements. This is like a food supplement and has everything you need. So to demonize this powerful food, in my opinion, a based on epidemiological non scientific studies that are basically statistical mumbo jumbo it just seems unfair to me, and and a waste of a powerful powerful food source nutrient source, our special guest as pharmacist been Fuchs when we come back up to half we will start with your phone calls, and we'll take calls next hour with Ben we're not here. These are not cheers. But we're here to help you and benefit to make things feel a little better. Give your. 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"donald mental" Discussed on Full Court Press
"After the injury last year he's minutes had have been a little bit sparse this year so this might be what opens the door for him um but also think miami probably would would do well to look and see if there's another player out there that could play that role and i might even have a comment on that later in the ah and the episode as well i have a comment on the episode as well so i'm wondering if you stole my thought alaadly outlying he probably didn't you generally are capable of coming up with pretty ideas result but i have an idea as well i don't know how i think it's financially feasible all talk what we you there also a last week i had made a note or comments in the news section that joe johnson was back with the utah jazz that i said i think that's not just a small thing on the jazz are still a pretty capable team even though they're relying on of the office the production of a rookie that could hit a rookie wall any time of the season of talking of course about donald mental to seasoned right now man i do not know who would win brigadier the first month illegals like been simmons broke out in was break away from the rest of the leak but are the crews may had a spell um where he looked like he might make some noise but um but it's not a mental kennett come on really really strong jason tatum obviously is playing very very well but i think that um he will be diminished by the voters just because he got dropped into such a good environment those were things but back to the utah jazz joe johnson's back and this seems to be the story all season for the team through the get somebody back they lose some one so thoubal supplus shows down for the year with mcl injury to his right knee a greg elias hawks fans of velka within any for travel so certainly hate to.