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Activists Call for 21-Day Cease Fire to Kansas City Violence
"Spiritual counseling and conflict resolution services are being offered around the clock in Kansas city Missouri with hopes of maintaining a three week ceasefire to end gun violence clergy and civil rights advocates are desperately seeking ways to stop the shootings in Kansas city Missouri there were sixty seven killings so far this year and a sixty eight occurred Sunday after the ceasefire had gone into effect Reverend Vernon Howard says they're hoping to intervene in situations where a shooting might take place like retaliation or because someone has snapped he says the larger goal is to get politicians to address systemic problems like joblessness and a lack of resources mediators counselors and clergy are working together during the twenty one days of peace offering twenty four seven ministry and prayer until midnight July third I'm Jackie Quinn
Fresh update on "one day" discussed on Here & Now
"A slew of bipartisan antitrust bills introduced in Washington could change the way some of the biggest tech companies operate for more. Let's bring in Elizabeth Dwoskin. She's the Silicon Valley correspondent for The Washington Post. A Elizabeth Kanye, So folks actually might remember that there was this 16 months bipartisan investigation of tech companies. And these bills come out of that their recommendations made by a House antitrust panel. One of the biggest proposed changes is something that is pretty common in Silicon Valley, and that's the ability for big companies to acquire smaller Rising competitors. One of the bills would bar that practice. This is significant, isn't it? I think it's very significant. It's one of the aspects of these bills that I would call a major blow to how big tech operates and does business. Google, Amazon, Facebook and Apple have all had over 100 acquisitions in recent years. It's a large number of companies because of the Silicon Valley culture of startups. And in the case of Facebook, for example. They really used the acquisitions to position themselves in the market in a dominant way. Facebook is not growing in the United States, the main Facebook but they own WhatsApp and instagram, which At the time were not dominant services but are now almost as big or in some ways getting as big as Facebook. And so if the big blue app that Mark Zuckerberg built in college if that dies off one day or becomes a nothing burger He still has these other services that allow him to own the biggest social network of the world and Dido. In some ways, the other companies, there's another element in this series of proposed legislation. That would also make it easier for people to use different text services together or move their data to a competitor. What kind of implications could this also have? I consider that to be one of the other major blows to the Big Four. You know, it's known here in Silicon Valley is data interoperability. And it's just this idea. Every consumer knows this how hard it is to switch. Support your data over like you can't take your data from Facebook and just drop it on a competitor service..
At NATO, Biden Says Defense of Europe a “Sacred Obligation”
"Wrapping up the G seven summit in England and meeting with the Queen President Biden is now in Brussels for a one day summit with the leaders of NATO President Biden began his day at NATO by declaring the mutual defense commitment of the military alliance is a quote sacred obligation. Article five says that an attack on one NATO member is an attack on all in the alliance constantly remind America When America was attacked for the first time and ensure since what happened back and began to World War two NATO stepped up in a pivot from the position of former president Trump, who declared NATO quote obsolete. President Biden today calling the military alliance critically important for American interests.
Fresh update on "one day" discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Culture war politics all downstream import. Listen folks. I'm concerned here in about a lot of things given the beginning of the show which as you can tell from. Today's show is really upset. Me because i've been tied to the spy gate thing for so long. And the fact that the people who did it are back causing more chaos and there's just no penalties for them whatsoever is bothering but i told you today would be a concerning show and you know i. I don't really have a lot of good news for you today. But we need to be educated and aware because we will turn the tide in the future. And i'm very concerned right now. That a perfect economic stop a perfect economic storm is brewing right now. What is a solid strong economy. Need what are the basic needs. I don't we don't need any detailed macroeconomic analysis. I mean at a fundamental level. What is a strong prosperous economy. You need supply of products right battisson food water housing vehicles services legal services transportation planes trains automobiles right products list products and services list goes on right so number one. We have needs products and services number two. What are we need so we have. We need supply of stuff. We need demand of stuff needs to be strong demand. Doesn't do a lot of good to have a bunch of planes sitting around as we found out during the pandemic if there's no demand because no one's fly planes nobody on them. Don't make any money. You need supply demand. There are some liberals listening. I gotta go slow. But what do we need number three. We need stable money if you don't have stable money the supply can't meet the demand because if you buy an air airline ticket one day that's two hundred dollars and the next day two thousand dollars. People start to wonder like did not just by the same seat yesterday. Why am i spending two thousand dollars. Now quickest way to collapse in economies to destroy. Its money folks. All of that's happening now. Supplies being disrupted. The man is peaking at the exact time. Supplies being disrupted and our money's falling apart. I am very worried. We a walking into a financial apocalypse. Right ahead of us. I don't wanna be one of these. Economic doomsayers predicted twenty of the last two recessions but the signs are right in front of us right now. I always bring the receipts here. We go number one on the supply side. Now they're axios piece today. Why america's post vaccine summers off.
Affirmation to Release Emotional Pain, Letting Go of the Past
"Your affirmation for today. We'll help remind you that your past does not equal your future again. Feel like that sometimes but each day is a brand new day. It's a fresh start full of new experiences. And i want to share with you about a personal experience. I went through a really difficult time in my life as we all do and during this time it was really difficult for me to overcome the pain. I was experiencing. I felt stuck in that pain and it didn't seem like anything could uplift to me. The things i was normally interested in no longer brought me joy. This experience really rocked my world. It was as if one day i woke up and my whole world looked different so this event was really challenging for me and i was worried that i would just never feel like my life was back to normal for me. My normal and i know that it can feel like this these days of uncertainty and as we continue to go through a pandemic and you're dealing with regular day to day life which involves sometimes events that are beyond our control that can cause great grief. Regret pain remorse. What i found for myself is that he was so important. That i take extra care of myself and this is hard to do. When you're suffering. I found that it was really important that i put myself on a schedule where i wake up every day and i include movement and of course meditation. I also found that it was really important for me to eat well.
Finding the Last Ship Known to Have Brought Enslaved Africans to America
"Three years ago sunken ship was found. In the bottom of an alabama river turned out to be the long lost wreck. The clue tilda the last ship known to abroad. Captured africans to america in eighteen sixty. At least twelve million africans were shipped to the americas in the more than three hundred and fifty years the transatlantic slave trade but as we first reported in november the journey of the hundred ten captive men women and children brought to alabama on. The clotilde is one of the best documented slave voyages in history. The names of those enslaved africans and their story has been passed down through the generations by their descendants. Some of whom still live just a few miles from where the ship was found in a community called africa town for one hundred sixty years. This muddy stretch. The mobile river has covered up crime in july eighteen sixty. The clotilde was towed here on of darkness imprisoned in. Its cramped cargo. Hold one hundred and ten enslaved africans as it's amazing myself ban on his show to the ways and award is just not knowing where you were going joycelyn davis lorna gale woods and thomas griffin are direct descendants of this african man. Lua enslaved in alabama. His owner changed his name to charlie lewis. This image is from around nineteen hundred poli allen. Who's african name was ca- poli seen in this hundred year. Old sketch was the ancestor of jeremy. Ellis and darren patterson no close eating where they differentiated only allowed avocado whole for one day a week for two months. How many people do do we know. Now that could've survived something like that without losing their mind there or no photographs of pat. Frazier's great-great-grandmother laudi denison but capriccio wallis in her mother. Cassandra have a surprising number of pictures of their ancestor zula. Whose owner called him cut. Joe louis
Pete Erickson: Will AI Create the Smart Home of the Future?
"If you look at google. Amazon rolled out similar technology with making suggestions for the consumer about. Hey we've noticed the following behavior or the following pattern. Do you want to automate that. Would you like that just happened and if we can do in that way we believe that's much better way to be able to interact with the consumer in a way that shouldn't alarm them should concern them. They won't get nervous about Those things happening so And machine learning we think are going to continue to move forward and ashley push us or bite significantly on the smart smart home in the future The other thing is that things are things are becoming more connected. Not less connected. We'll just continue to see that everything that that comes out has some connection and even not for control. It's for monitor. i wanna understand. What is the energy consumption of these devices. Sure can be living more more ecologically by having those things only operate during these times of the day that could help the power grid could help my energy savings help. The energy cost savings alone. Eric what are the things that those that these devices could do and then having nadal running in the background to to live the best i possibly can on saving. Conserving were possible to To also help planet so those are all things that we think are are certainly on their way incoming today while i certainly can appreciate especially the the efficiency i think our homes are Are incredibly inefficient. The way that we're running them today And and look forward to How ai machine learning can really just help. Help us create The most efficient way we can live in a reduced usage and Actually improve experience at the end of the day. And i think that's one of the things i i i hear coming out of this talk. Is that really. It's about improving our experience. The experience in our homes or even possibly where we work in terms of like our lighting our our Our surroundings the sounds that are surrounding us. our ability to interact and control. And you know it's it's funny. I always go back to the Kinda the text messaging a revolution. That happened When we went from using our voice to to a synchronous texting a lot of people couldn't imagine that that would actually happen that that voice calls would one day be you know would would not be the primary way that we would communicate and i think the same thing is going to happen with our home is just the way that we interact and communicate with our home's gonna change. We can't imagine right now not going to odile or opening up an app and then controlling that app. But but we're not. I think already there. It just hasn't ruled out yet on on on a broad basis but it certainly it's exciting. I think that The the home of the future is a is a place that does lend itself to just a better experience overall and What i really appreciate. What you said is a healthier
G-7 nations gather to pledge 1B vaccine doses for world
"World leaders from the group of seven will pledge one billion cubic nineteen vaccines for struggling countries around the world on the first day of the G. seven summits in Cornwall the first topic on the agenda is building the wall back from carpet nineteen the US and Britain have set the stage for donations at the US commits five hundred million doses a person a hundred million president Biden says the U. S. is committed to help lead the world after this pandemic U. K. foreign secretary Dominic Raab says the aim is to get the whole world vaccinated by twenty twenty to do that we'll be making a real step forward in dealing with the pandemic globally which is important because we know no one's safe until everyone says the G. seven group which includes leaders from Canada France Germany Italy and Japan are being pressured to highlight that Boxing Day nation plans the pressure has mounted as inequities and supply around the world have become more pronounced Karen Thomas London
Model S Delivery Event Expectations
"Power here and today we are one day out from tesla's plaid model delivery event in the absence of a lot of other news. I thought today we could do what we did. Back during battery day where we kind of did a series of twitter polls to set consensus expectations ahead of the event. So we're going to go through that. We just have a couple other items of news here. I So we'll go through those pretty quickly. I up with the stock tesla today. Finishing down on pretty low volume Eight tenths of a percent to five hundred and ninety eight dollars eight cents that compared to the nasdaq up half a percent but pretty quiet day as again i think people were kind of waiting for The event tomorrow aside from that religious a couple pieces of news here so the first one here the born company. Just kind of a congratulations to them. They opened up To the public at the world of concrete event there at the las vegas convention center so an exciting milestone for them. These vehicles are still being driven by people Hopefully later this year that shifts over to being autonomous at higher speeds but definitely good milestone for the boring company there in vegas. I think he had to buy a ticket to the world. Concrete event us. I guess not technically quite public yet but is being experienced by members of the public. And obviously it's a great opportunity for tesla to show off their vehicle vehicles. Get a lot of people test drives and things like that. So it's going to be exciting to you if all that and see where that goes from there the other thing that we've got here just ahead of the event We do now have customers that are starting to receive their vehicle vehicle identification numbers or vins for the model s. so this was shared on the tecimer's club forums by one of the members there on they have there been assignment and their purchase agreement so unexciting milestone again ahead of the event tomorrow
Senate Pressed BLM Nominee on Biden's Oil and Gas Lease Freeze
"The woman president biden has chosen to lead much of his ambitious climate agenda on. Us public lands appear before the senate today for her confirmation hearing montana environmentalist tracy stone manning has been tapped to be the next director of the bureau of land management it controls energy development and other activities on a tenth of all the land in the us. Here's npr's kirk siegler as montana's former top environmental regulator and chief of staff for that state's former democratic governor tracy stone. Manning did develop a reputation for bipartisan. Dealmaking which she repeatedly referenced in her first appearance before the us senate. I think that my career has shown that the only way to get things done in the country and specifically in the west is to work together stonings nomination marks a dramatic reversal from the agency's previous director. William perry penalty who hailed from rural wyoming in once suggested the. Us government shouldn't even own public land. She's from a liberal pocket of montana and more reflective of who's been gaining power and influence and much of the west lately people from cities. New mexico's martin. Heinrich is a senior democrat on the committee. The trump administration pulled penalties nomination before it could question him. Last year has been without a confirmed director for good reason in some cases for almost four and a half years that should not continue one day longer. Republicans though seize the opportunity to grill stone manning about president biden's freeze on new oil and gas leasing on public lands. They also argued her campaigning. Last year and a half of democrats was evidence. She's a polarizing pick. She shot back urging the committee to examine her entire career of brokering compromises. She said unheeded. Public land's battles elections can be tough. I was supporting my former boss. Governor bullock but the election is over and i will honor the outcome of that election but the ranking republican on the committee wyoming senator john barrosso said stone manning's recent tweets reveal a bias against energy companies. Ranchers loggers based on her record. I'm concerned the miss stone. Manning does not fill the bill. Her career has been defined by her support for policies that restrict multiple use activities on public lands and upper down vote on stone manning's nomination is expected in the coming days within need go before the full senate
Building Success From Anywhere
"And today i'm joined by lisa. Lisa could you go introduce yourself. My name is lisa. Marshall i head up a team within the technology products organization. That's focused on overall employees success at engagement both attracting technical talent to come to salesforce as a technology destination but then also what someone joins making sure that people have great experiences and have the skills that knowledge that they need to be successful. And as part of that. I get to lead these success from anywhere program for the tech in products organization within salesforce and i assume success from anywhere is something about like remote work and something like that. It's kind of a mix. It's really everything it could be remote. It could be people who are what we're calling flex could be. People are office. It's really about the overall health. Can we make sure our employees are successful. No matter where they are or what their situation and the way we're looking at it is what i mentioned the flex remote or in office. We're thinking about it. In kind of a few different ways so traditionally of course we had what we believed was mostly office employees around the globe and then we looked at our data and said maybe. It's not so much that people weren't coming in full-time is expected head tim kits. Obviously we're all now working from home but in this past few months we've been thinking about. Well what will the future look like. What our employees want. What our leaders want for our Kind of what. It looks like from what we just call. Things like worker types. So of course we'll have people who will be in office mostly full time if not full-time and then we'll have a group of people who were calling flax which is people who will come to the office. Maybe one to three days a week to work with their scrum teams. Or maybe even one day every other week really. It's that flex idea where you could come to an office to work together when it makes sense for you and your team for collaboration in other
Mark Robinson Tells the Truth About Having to Work Hard in Life
"We only had more messengers like Mark Robinson. Speaking the truth. And you know what, folks if we lose speaking the truth, and that's fine. We went down, fighting on principle, telling people the hard truth. And the only way to get ahead in this world is to work your rump off that is it. There is no easy path. I'm sorry. The only way to do it. Is to go to work. They tell you to clean a toilet bowl in your job. You know what? I had a clean a lot of make it to clean his damn toilet bowl you've ever seen. And you look at people who do that kind of work. Now when you make it one day, and you're really rich. You look at people totally differently. You respect them, and you will never treat people like dirt. Because you'll have been there yourself. You'll have mopped that floor. Clean that nasty best toilet. You've cleaned that you've been there. Now. One day, maybe you're a millionaire in your fifties or sixties. You busted your butt. You took the scars. You've been through the battles. You've been through the fights. You ate those bologna sandwiches. Now you're eating whatever sushi and rabbis for dinner. But you walk past that person in a local supermarket. Whatever it is, you see them up on the floor. And you know what you do when you walk by Nod your head and respect.
Mark Robinson Is a Rising Star in the Republican Party
"Powerful, powerful guy. Guy who decided one day to speak up about his God given right to defend himself and his family about the Second Amendment. And do a bunch of hard work now finds himself lieutenant governor of the Great State of North Carolina, where my father is a resident. Folks, This man is a rising star in the Republican Party. We don't worship golden calves like the left. Does it make deities out of these people? Fauci, Obama and others. Jim is doing his best to get him on the show tomorrow or sometime this week. If any of you know Mark Robinson reached out to him say, Hey, Dan, Bongino watch you on the show. Cause I really like to ask him. More about that how he feels about critical race theory. And a point he makes that We made on our show often believe me. I'm not trying to steal his thunder. There's no stealing that thunder. That thunders is trust me that done there's exclusively yes. But for those of you Listen to my podcast, and I've been listening for a while. And for those of you who are new to radio, We brought up the point often that he says in the end World doesn't know you, Jack Squat Jack left town a long time ago. The world is an unfair place. Full of pitfalls and obstacles. You can let them own you or you can own them. Can jump over them. You can face plant right into him.
Selling Your Business Is Simpler Than You Think
"Allegedly. Welcome to the podcast. Thank you mike. I'm happy to be europe. It's great to finally get to talk to you types. You all this hype here. And he remember we've talked quite a bit through email and also in the webinars but this is the first one. I think i've heard your voice. Oh okay actually met once and dewey. Yeah where was that are we. Sarah scott volkers. He had a couple years ago. You forgot it was like brand accelerator live. That was a great event. And i apologize. I mean i end up back in the days. When we had events i would meet to three hundred people you know at one time. It's hard to keep everybody straight and so correct. But i'm glad that we got a chance to to meet then and now i've done the know your snell if we met i would really remember you. You've been an awesome addition to the community and it's cool. I think that whenever we start a business we don't think about necessarily like. I want to sell it one day but ultimately i guess that is the goal at the end the day. If you really think about it you don't start it to just eventually folded or close it or give up on any of those things. I think the ultimate goal is to sell it. And you've reached that part of the journey. So i think that it will be cold to go back and kind of chronologically talk about and talk about the shell when we get to that point so. I'm looking forward to doing that. Yeah so i always ask this. I mean like how did you get. Starting e commerce whole thing it started is a great story. I think i started when i'm sixty one years old. I just kinda looked at what we had saved. My husband. And i and i went. You know. i think we're not gonna have enough one or die starting ecommerce business and at that time the amazing selling machine was opening. Its doors and i just jumped in and went okay. I can learn anything. I'll give it a try and reinvent myself. So that's what i did. I i had no idea I was ever going to really make any major dollars. I thought what i was gonna do and hopefully was maybe three or four thousand dollars profit every month to our bottom line and that would be great. But i reached cycle and four
What In the Heights Melissa Barrera Learned by Playing an Iconic Character
"The first time. I spoke with melissa bed. She was getting a lot of buzz for her role in either and i walked away from that interview. Certain that melissa star was only going to rise. And that one day i'd be able to say at interviewed a mega talent when she was still sharing an apartment with a roommate and doing self taped auditions in a corner. That day has arrived sooner than i'd imagined. Melissa is no sparkling on the big screen as vanessa in in the heights. A role that has taken. Melissa backed her musical theater roots and forced her. Summon the confidence that is. Owed a login triple threat melissa. I am so excited to see you again. Oh my gosh you remember that coroner where selves our that is crazy. It's doing a half years two and a half years. Okay okay link of an ira legit. I loved in the heights. I watched it two times back to back. I did all cried sheets of fears so fine. But let's start at the beginning. Tell me about your audition for the film. The first time. That auditioned for the movie. I had just booked vina. I went back to mexico city after shooting the pilot to get my visa stopped at the consulate and to close out my apartment in mexico city to tackle stuff because i was like definitely now moving to la. And i got the self state requests while. I was in mexico city and i freaked out because i was like. Who's going to help me do this software in english. Who's going to help me play the piano for me. How i had a couple of my friends come and they helped with the scenes. And then i had our orchestra director for when i did young frankenstein in mexico helped me with the piano and i must have sang in. Won't be long now Like seventy times. Because i just hated it.
The M.T.A. Is Breached by Hackers as Cyberattacks Surge
"Nyc transportation authority heck using pulse. Secure zero day back in april chinese beck threat. Actors breached. the network of new york city's metropolitan transportation authority by exploiting a pulse. Secure zero day vulnerability. According to mta's chief technology officer rafael portnoy while the attacker successfully hacked into mta computer systems. They were not able to gain access to employees or customer information which portnoy attributed to. Mta's layered security controls. Mta mitigated the vulnerability on april twenty first one day. After poll secure issued an advisory cybercriminals contest defined new crypto currency exploits april twentieth prevalent russian-speaking underground forum initiated a contest calling for its community to submit new methods of attacking crypto currency and offering a one hundred fifteen thousand dollar prize to the winner according to intel four seventy one's senior vice president of global intelligence. Michael d bolt some of the top ideas so far are generating a fake blockchain front end website to steal info such as private keys and balances creating a new crypto currency blockchain from scratch increasing the hash rate speed of mining firms and botnets and building custom tools to parse cryptocurrency logs from victim machines the contest which is expected to run through september first is a reminder that criminals continue to collaborate and explore cutting edge techniques to help further their motives. Fbi confirms revival as jbs ransomware attacker. The fbi confirmed on that russian cybercriminals group revival is responsible for the ongoing ransomware attack targeting gb s. The world's largest meatpacking company the fbi issued a statement indicating they are quote working diligently to bring the threat actors to justice and quote. Rievaulx is notorious for pushing. The boundaries of the ransomware is a service industry and targeting high-profile victims including former president donald trump and lady gaga with attempted extortion schemes.
41 Women Are Fortune 500 CEOs, A New Record
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After Countless Democrat Exposures, Will Anything Change?
"Clinton's Biden Steel bombers, John Kerry. I mean, I could Totally blow up your whole segment, naming off people that were caught absolutely red handed and should be buried underneath Fort Leavenworth. But nobody ever gets prosecuted. It's only we don't want to bury people under Fort Leavenworth. I mean, we don't want to do that. But I do get the general point. You know, we don't want to talk like that on the radio. People could get the wrong idea. But I do get your general point. I get this a lot. People are upset. Spy gate. The lab leak hypothesis the multiple trump impeachments. People are pissed off. I understand. Can't talk like that, though. I mean, we gotta be careful because We're in a bad spot country right now. Here's what I tell people. I tell people all the time. I say. Don't listen. You know I'm not. I'm not. I'm not your guru, or you're spiritually advisor or whatever. I'm just a normal 46 year old guy who you know, lived the life and wind up here on the radio. But I really do believe that we're all auditioning for the second creation. I believe that I have faith in that whether you have faith in that or not is up to you. But I don't believe we were put here on any guarantee We were gonna win anything. Or not. I'm not. I can't tell you anymore that we're gonna be able to save the republic. I hope we are. I believe in liberty and freedom for everyone. I hope real liberty and freedom. I hope we'll be able to save it one day. But I'm I'm not sure what
Meat Producer JBS Says Expects Most Plants Working Wednesday
"The world's largest meat processing company is getting back online after production around the world was disrupted by a cyber attack just weeks after a similar incident shut down a U. S. oil pipeline Brazil's JBS the second largest supplier of beef pork and chicken in the U. S. says it's made significant progress in dealing with the cyber attack and expected the best majority of its plans to be operating today the White House said JBS notified the US of a ransom demand from a criminal organization likely based in Russia trama loan an assistant professor of agriculture at Michigan State University says a JBS were to shut down for even one day the U. S. would lose almost a quarter of its beef processing capacity that's the equivalent of twenty thousand beef cows I'm Julie Walker
Joshua Miller: The Lies That Keep You From Our Greatness
"Title of the book is i call bullshit. Live your life not someone else's and why i chose. That title was purely. Because when i look at the twenty years of working with leaders and individuals across the country And i've read the books. And i subscribe to the models. I've i've walked on the coals. I've been to the seminars. What i found. Is that a lot of these. Books are great in content. They're great in awe insight but sometimes they lack on the substance of application. What do you actually do with what you just learned. And for me. When i was toying around the idea of writing a book Some people approach me a couple years ago as usual. write a book on leadership development or executive coaching. I said It doesn't with me. There's enough books out there to do that. And as i've been thinking about writing a book for close to three years it hit me. One day where i realized what's missing And what. I would like to read personally as a book that just cut through the bullshit that takes the essence of all of these. The great work that that that people in our industry have done but just D- complexities tapes it. Distills down to what's the bare essence. What is it telling you. What is it teaching. And then how do you go. Apply it because an insight without application is is really just an insight. It's nothing else. So i call bullshit is is has kind of a double meaning. It's one is. I call bullshit not so much on people or the industry but it's really on the conversations were having and it's time that we stop living lies and really start asking ourselves pertinent questions. We gotta get more curious about who we are what we're doing. Stop complaining stopping a victim and start getting curious around. What can we do about it. And that's what this book is really drives home.
"one day" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"Like you need to be okay with the fact that you will never be i in your significant others life ever again and like i. I went into that because becca had a child when we started dating. Yeah but then having another child like i'm number three now at best you're you're i might even follow lower sometimes but moving down the totem pole. There's no like there's no point for me like you need you legitimately as a man and i believe this when someone is ready because they say you're never ready to have a kid but like you need to be okay with the fact that you will never be i. In this person's life their priority is going to be that child. And not you right if a fucking rebecca becca is fucking second fiddle. Third fiddle earthquake happens. I want to get the baby me. Sorry you're going to be absolutely earthquake. Happens i'm using. Her body is a plank to crossover. Fuckin- crevasse exactly. She would do the same for me. Right well furred the baby with you. Yes the next one. I have on here tits are wild to do it all tits nuts. Breast milk's actually a crazy thing. Too crazy substance. It's like when the baby is sick. It pumps like antibodies into the titty milk. Yeah and it just like gives it to like it's like kids can make it make milk. They make chicken dinners. they make appropriate what. I've ibuprofen abused. You had it ibew. No i do. I do profe- go. They make like for headaches. And shit. Also like if a baby's got exit on a psoriasis and excellent j.j. Fucking yeah it should heels at all. Maybe i heard that like yeah and like again many useless. We don't have electing movies. We have penises but that doesn't do much. Yeah it doesn't do it gives come. Babies wouldn't exist without that but but realistically like that's like he's walkaway. Don't don't do that. Say just walk away. Don't get walk away from that one. It's fucking wild. This baby is just like sitting there on beckett's nipples. Yeah they a crazy amount of suction. It's kind of the fucking cutest thing in the world to like that. My that my daughter does is when she wants the nipple. It's fucking she says fucking she's like a fucking jackal. Do this girl loves hits. Yeah and when she's done she won't be like she fucking she finished and she throws her body backwards and go sisley. Yes yeah my nephew's just like this while while he's under the tit already sleeping but still It's fucking adorable. It is so cute. Nurses are gods and goddesses. Listen i understand. Doctors are are like awesome cool but nurses are fucking the unsung heroes of the world. At least the united states. I don't know about you know like fucking like lithuania or some stupid place. Dan what about the lithuanians out there. No one from the weenie listens. Don't even know where that is. Neither russia right next. To romania transylvania jacksonians were vampires. Ass hanging out there. Where's vanya where they say. The pennsylvania. I don't know it's got to be near russia. They had that russian dialect to them. Do they won't do suck your blood. The russians very late young. Yes sounds vodka Yes but what were they saying. Oh nurses fucking greatest women and men on the planet. That crushed dude. They're they're always and they're coming in and out always and they're like yo you good or can i get you anything that you need like fucking. I need a snickers bar. They'll go grab a snickers bar like yellow fucking coffee. They'll make a pot of coffee for you. These women and men are fucking gods and goddesses. It's so wild to me that like that's someone's job like to be like a delivery nurse like every day you're delivering babies. Yeah becca like at one point beca because afterwards you had bad bad bad migraines bad migrants and it was really really tough and she got visibly upset and was talking. We were talking to the nurse and the nurse and becca was like. I'm sorry like i. I'm sure like you like it's annoying. Stick but i'm not faking. The woman was like you think you're the first fucking pregnant woman cry to me. She's like this happens every day. You know it's a very fucking wild time so like the fact that nurses in general but like also like delivery nurses can be calm cool collected and just like fix almost anything. I wanna kiss on the mouth go out and we should start a facebook group and a hashtag kisses kisses nurse. She's a nurse gets the nurse with their incentive consent. Yeah with permission. Yeah with kissing nurse with permission. Yep yeah out on the mouth and also its covid blow a kiss to him blowing kisses also bad to just say hi or kiss a nurse. Give them bags of hershey's kisses that too because those are good. Yeah but not the caramel ones. That's one time. I hate care. What the caramel kisses. All right i've never had them but there are fucking garbage. You wanna talk about white chocolate white chocolate man. I don't white chocolate. Hershey's kisses with the peppermint in it. You just described something that would literally make me cry. Like if i had secrets for our country all they would have to do is make me eat three of those. And i would disclose lava peppermint also is just fucking discussed. No do you like peppermint patty's no those. I don't like chocolate and peppermint mixed you just described white chocolate. Chocolate white. chocolate is not chocolate. It's fucking sugar and milk chocolate. Know what's white chocolate white chocolate is not real chocolate. It's just fucking sugar. There's no such thing as white chocolate joey. It exists but it's not like a natural thing like chocolate is a natural thing. White chocolate is just like america being. We're fat let's make some worse and call it. why and call it wide. That was the weirdest what did we just rubbing my back hurt sick all right. Let's get to these ads. Let's do them. Before we move forward. He entered the show all right. Let's get to these ads. Shall we I we have liquid. I e liquid. 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"one day" Discussed on The Basement Yard
"I got it and then on the third one baby was out just like that jesus stood swims rockstar man. Well that's not an expression. Yes smooths a rockstar. this woman's a rockstar others it smooths rockstar rockstar. Smooth there notoriously. Quite sandy are they rough. Oh say the rough around the edges said smooth smooth iraq but the nurse said at one point she was like if you wanna see something cool. Now's the time. And i gave him a little luck and i saw the baby's head coming out. You see i just head coming out like it just looked like a head coming out of human. Yeah below like isn't the baby purple yet super purple. Did he look like brain. No it looks like her head like it just looked like her head like just like smushed a little but like it came out perfectly round and i thank god okay. Knock on wood. I don't know why. I have to knock out what had already happened. And she was very purple screaming screaming on no. She was pretty calm. She came out and she was like fucking hanging out. She was like up she. She came out she was. I guess who love to come out and shake. Yeah well they have no muscle. They are get their full on like weaklings there she came out. Yeah like like jello baby basically. Only maybe it's the shame betty spaghetti just popped out of my sous chefs in there now so yes. They had a they had to like. Unplug oh yeah and they had to do it in her mouth to turkey based him yes reverse based reverse based. Yeah the it was fucking so quick like you had. I had no chance to be like holy shit like it just happened. Did you cut the court. I did cut the cord as a desert thick boy. Okay okay it was nice has happened. Who's holding the baby. So the doctors hold the baby and that baby where justice fucking covered gel. Yeah yeah yeah yeah. Human gelled yet. So and then there's like a core and it's leading to the. i taught. The quarter was going to be like a color. It's just white. Oh it's very white like these lights like very white. Whoa yeah so the the doctors holding the baby. And i asked i was like do you wanna cut the and she's like. No dad cuts the court. I was like okay. And you fucking all right. They give you a knife or scissors. It's like scissors. But they're not like real scissors there like medical scissors so they they're like hinged young. I'm talking about. Yeah those weird haley. And then you snap once one snip off snippy over there because actually it was thick. Yeah she goes she goes. You gotta go hard. I'm like watch big. She said that after the horse it's fucking ball up duck all this bitch damn nerve wracking i was. I was like all right. Snip went hard. Fucking bang crushed it like a man what happens to the part that's connected to the inside the placenta other than they put out. They literally she was in there and she pulled it out sheep weight who she the doctor. Oh she pulled out. She liked fucking lassoed. The placenta fucking yanked it out so they cut and then they make the second cut on the belly button. I'm assuming so they like well. Yes they like tough they like. Cut it here and they like tie with like a fucking like paper bag clip. You know what. I mean like a potato chip clip. Gotcha know just fucking just like clinton thing allays. Yeah and like maybe just like chilling with that until it falls off crazy. This is so do it is no. And that's the other thing is like everyone we talk about birth and it's like offbeat fucking grossly dude one it's happening. It is so fucking. Nah i believe that magical. Yeah i believe that like there's nothing gross about it right. You know you know more gel. Throw this fucking baby in a pool of just fucking green liquid. Yeah you know what. I mean like just like juice coming out you know. Oh davis grainstuff. Well i think there might have been because so the baby's remember the name of the babies. I poop three to one minu. Makoni him very close. You got the but the baby did that inside. Becca your daughter. Shit in your wife god. That's crazy crazier. Yeah yeah awesome. So what what they had to do. The turkey base. So i assume like some of the stuff was coming out but baby came out. Man fucking becca. Crushed it dude. Yeah i mean she sounds like she fucking she was a rockstar. Smooths rockstar baby. She literally that's going to be march. I have had like the ultimate existential crises over the last week crisis. Let's yeah you're making it. You know. I have like an i sent you a list of things. Yeah you'd i sent you a list of things that i've realized in my short week because at the time of recording guys. It's been a week seven days since my baby has been into this world. Yes so. I have have a list of things that you sent me with. No context none the first one. At first i thought i was reading a haiku. But didn't there was too many syllables. Iq's five seven five. Oh your idea. I don't know. I one just as you have no control. You got none of what anything anything that you think you had control over in your life. The baby now controls right. There's no like are you guys on shifts. No i try honestly tried to do like all of the nighttime stuff like there are some stuff. I can't do obviously like breastfeeding. Because you hate. When people suck on such and referencing a patriot episodes. You guys go check checkout right now. No one's touched my nipples especially a baby. Yeah but like yo. You think you're you're going to be me. Yeah like yo you think you want to go to sleep now right now. You're hungry. Wait until i eat. Yeah oh you're running out the door. I'm gonna shit my pants so you need to change me. I nothing like crazy. This small eight pound just fucking of meat. Yeah controls everything that's awesome. It's so cool. So you've you've changed a lot of diapers. Oh yeah so how. How like you. So i cock duty. I waited about a day to like the so at the hospital. The nurses were like they were coming in. We stayed for a couple of days. Nurses were coming in checking on everything being banged bound bar and they would do the changing for like the first like two or three because they want. They need a log. Like what kind of dumps is babies taking any bowel movement. You need a log anytime baby fees. They need a law pisses fucking right the time down. Yeah you know this baby does more like so the makoni for a couple of days. You know an come. Go it literally. It looks like silly. Putty like it comes out. And she's like brown and mashed potatoes too much butter in it and you slide them to the side and it leaves no fucking mashed potato residue. Specific threat is it. Looks like fucking chocolate pudding job openings. Good it looks good okay. It doesn't taste it. I assume. okay. I have a taste of jonah. It smelled like eggs. Yeah dan your babies giving eggs so we have no control. And i've been changing diapers like fucking anytime like she used the metal white butts and you gotta like paste pace no no pace yet just wipe in just wiping. Why paste it too soon. I don't know you don't need yet. Okay everything begins to hurt. Oh yeah you're in pain. Yeah from being alive no sleep. How many hours have you slept. Honestly i would say on average i got maybe like four four and a half hours. That's pretty good. It's not bad but it's not like a like all at the same time..
"one day" Discussed on CNN Political Briefing
"Com here you carry. All persons are commanded to keep silence on pain of imprisonment while the senate of the united states is sitting for the trial of the article of impeachment exhibited by the house of representatives against donald. John trump former president of the united states. Hey everyone david celli and the cnn political director. This is the cnn political briefing. Here's what you need to know in politics for tuesday february ninth. Twenty twenty one. The first day of donald trump's second impeachment trial is in the books. This day was entirely focused on the constitutionality of whether or not this trial should even be taking place. The president's lawyers arguing because he's a former president. This trial should not exist. It's unconstitutional the democratic house. Managers prosecuting the case in the senate. Say that's an absurd argument because that would all of a sudden right were jamie raskin. The lead house manager called a january exception into the constitution. He said that's impossible to imagine that the framers intended that way that a president must uphold his oath of office and commit to it from the very first day all the way to the very last day of his presidency. Not some january exception where they can act radically illegally against the constitution in some way and escape any kind of accountability for it that was at the heart of what was going on today but there was also the emotional experience that the house managers put front and center in a compelling video looking at what happened at the capital on that day january sixth and interspersing it in a time line with what was going on inside the senate chamber inside the house chamber as donald trump was inciting his followers at a rally to go storm the capital you see in this compelling video that they put together the connection between donald trump was saying and what was occurring at the capitol and went this insurrection sort of broke through the barriers at the capital. This is the direct line that house managers are trying to present to the senators and it was to shock and awaken the conscience of all the senators in the room to remind them of what they all lived through on january sixth. Here's house manager. Joe goose like everyone of you. I was in the capital on january. Sixth i was the floor with lead manager. Rask like you. I was evacuated as this violent mob stormed the capital's gates what you experienced that day. What we experienced that day. What our country experienced. That day is the framers. Worst nightmare come to life. So trump's defense team had a pretty easy task here. Well should have been an easy task. Bruce castor one of the president's Defense council got up there and gave the most meandering set of remarks. It was almost impossible to follow his argument at the core of his arguments. Seem to be that because of the way. The impeachment clause was written in the constitution that you cannot impeach a former president that had only envisioned this as a remedy to remove a president from office. And obviously that can't be done now. That seemed to be his argument. It just took a very long meandering road to get there i. I'm really not sure. If he was totally prepared in fact he admitted that he went first and they changed the order that the president's council was gonna defend themselves in because of how impressive the house managers case was his colleague. David shown another lawyer for president trump. Got up to basically say. Call this what it is. This is political theater at its worst and that the reason the democrats are doing this. The only reason is to salih president trump's political reputation. Give us this is nothing less than the political weaponization of the impeachment process pure raw sport. Fueled by the misguided idea of party over country when in fact both will surely suffer. Emotions clearly are running high because all one hundred jurors in the room were at the capitol experiencing the attack that day as were the house managers but no emotional. Moment is going to match this one. From the lead house manager jamie raskin describing his own january sixth and how deeply personal it was. I hope this trial reminds america. How personal democracy is and how personal is the loss of democracy to distinguished members of the senate. My youngest daughter tabitha was there with me on wednesday january sixth. It was the day after we buried her brother. Our son tommy. The saddest day of our lives people died that day officers ended up with head damage and brain damage. People's eyes were gouged senators. This cannot be our future. This cannot be the future of america. We know the trial is going to proceed. And that is what you can expect to see tomorrow. The actual arguments about the impeachment article. Donald trump being accused of inciting an insurrection. The house managers will get the next two days over course of total of sixteen hours to present their case and then the president's team will get the two days after that to.
"one day" Discussed on Post Reports
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"one day" Discussed on Post Reports
"He's proposing. What do you think are going to be some of the big challenges or hurdles that will face biden in these first days of trying to get these things done if there's going to be an impeachment unfolding during these early days of his presidency is going to distract him or congress from being able to act on these big ambitious plans. That biden has so talk me through some of the some of those challenges that he's going to be navigating. I think what's going to be. Interesting is to see biden over these next few days and him kind of having the national focus fully on him even after biden won. The election was declared the winner. Trump is still occupied so much attention and so much focus in questioning the results of the election. He used his twitter account to sort of so doubts. In everything. trump no longer has his twitter account and as of wednesday at noon. He no longer has the white house as a as a bully pulpit so i think for biden moving into the center of focus and capturing the national mood and setting the national agenda is going to be interesting to see how he and whether he can do that when he say interesting. Is your sense that that is going to be challenging for him that he may not be able to capture that national mood and attention as as swiftly as he might want to. I mean i think it's an open question given that the senate is going to be moving toward impeachment proceedings whether biden can control the legislative agenda. And what the senate is talking about when they are potentially going through impeachment proceedings for biden's predecessor. And then what about his cabinet. What do we know about how far along he is in creating a whole cabinet and whether those confirmations will be tricky so that gets at the benefits of democrats having the senate majority is that biden's nominations probably will get approved. The senate will confirm key members of soon to be president. Biden's cabinet those cabinet. Officials in charge of national security must be confirmed quickly as well as those in charge of responding to the current health and economic crises. The question is win and the senate calendar has been busy in part because of republicans spending several weeks after the elections still casting doubt on whether biden actually won the mob insurrection. That diverted congress for days also had an impact so biden's nominees are not as far along as the biden. People hope they should be and as far along as historically they have been no president. Since george h w bush in one thousand nine hundred nine has started his first day without having a nominee confirmed and so there has been some movement to confirm some of biden's nominees and in fact. There are five hearings on tuesday to start to consider some of those nominees so they could be confirmed soon but it still seems unlikely that biden well on his first day in office have anyone in his cabinet in place. Biden's time other hand has moved quite swiftly on filling positions throughout the other agencies throughout the white house. he's much further along than even president. Obama was at this stage in terms of filling positions that he can fill without senate confirmation so the senate really is a drag at this point. But it's sort of a question of win not for many of his nominees curious for you looking at this range of things. That biden is either done so far or prom superposed in his first as what do you think that tells you about the biden presidency. Especially when you think about so much of how. He has framed himself up until this point is a person who knows how to work with. The senate knows how to can return to the old way of doing things in in terms of negotiating and being a wheeler and dealer. And from what you've seen so far is your sense that that is what the biden president is going to look like war that he will be more in the style of president obama or president trump in terms of really relying heavily on executive action. I think it'll probably be a mixture from these early days. You're getting a sense of him. Still trying to walk a fine line. That past presidents have not been able to walk quite frankly he is signaling some big bowl executive actions using the full powers of the presidency to do a range of things and undo what trump did and then his legislative packages i think are indicating a little bit of both where there are things in there that are worthy of bernie sanders praise. He's responding in some ways to his own party and the energy and the divisions that still exist within it and trying to keep democrats united. I talked to james clyburn the weekend. Who's a top house. Democrat close biden ally. Who was saying that. Biden's challenge may be more keeping the democratic party united than it is seeking these bipartisan deals. The democrats still remain kind of splintered on a lot of issues. So you're seeing and some of these initial pieces of legislation biden's attempts to keep democrats together while also reaching out to republicans including things in these packages that he thinks will win some republicans support and he served with about a third of the current senate. So he does have some allies people in the current senate who know him who knows his style. Mitch mcconnell is certainly worked with biden in the past. So i think he's attempting to i. Go a bipartisan route. I mean he's talked for a long time about the fever breaking after trump which has always kind of seemed a little bit naive and like that won't happen. There's no going back. The boxes are even opened. And you can't just put the things back in the box putting the toothpaste back in the bottle. What would be would be difficult for biden but he keeps at it. You know and i think that that.
"one day" Discussed on The United States of Anxiety
"Rules and boundaries that I have for myself to avoid getting sick. And I've been thinking about all the little ways that we break those rules how we violate our own lines in the sand who we make exceptions for and why All these coverted hypocrisies. Like do you actually hold the six feet when you're hanging out with friends at a distance? Or when you go on a job, are you wearing the mask the whole time? For me at least the stress of having to lay out my boundaries for other people it's really changed who I'm willing to see and how. I'm Stephanie Loose Man I'm a comedian Chicago. Steph is an areas she has the word chaos tattooed on her right arm. And I wanted to talk to her because she's navigating the same kinds of tensions specifically with her family. But parents don't don't don't tell me the truth like I think my parents keep things from me because. So steps parents, they're looking to buy property and she's been helping them out like going to see buildings in meeting with brokers and they're waiting around for the real estate agent show you know walking around as we were gonNA. Okay. So how's the weekend will up to and they go? Oh Yeah. Your cousin who just came from California he had his birthday party. And I was like, okay. who was on his birthday party? Everybody I was like how many people like forty people steffes parents show her a bunch of pictures. Everyone's dancing having a great time but there is not a mask and sight and I little I immediately backed off as I like six feet if you've been out and social at all in this pandemic, you've probably had a moment like this where you think you're on the same page about covert safety and somewhere in the interaction the other person shows you that y'all are not sharing definitions and I was like, Hey, look like I just we can't see more like today's going to be completely different. Actually I'm not GonNa see these properties with you. We cannot see each other more. Breaking up with them, I said to break off with them. So as I understood, it staff didn't WANNA. See Her parents for her own safety. But as kept talking, it was really clear that stuff's parents weren't the only ones risks. Steph is also breaking her own boundaries. I've got caught up a couple times that I'm not proud of there was this time when someone she barely knew how to really bad bike accident outside of her apartment. So like Letterman my house esque touch their blood, H-. I know but it was such a weird thing to like turn somebody away who was like her. So she lets. She bandages them up then. There was a kiss that happened. At the end and I it's not actually kissed me and I didn't. But I it's not like I turn them away and then I kissed him back and then then I kissed them like I think it's me and then I was like, Oh, my God. Kissing strangers isn't such a deal when it's not the middle of pandemic but in this new context in the personal, the bike were really embarrassed. They definitely didn't hang out again after that night. Then, there were the two parties stuff went to. The first she arrived with a mask, but let her guard down vast Kim. It was just super nice to be around people again, there was a softness to this feeling of life back to normal. Before four she was hit by a wave of guilt. And then I did it again recently. Honest to pardon. Me was like we all know the consequences here. All twenty of us here get a diet again I understand. We're GONNA die together. Because that's what it feels like you. Now, it almost takes the guilt off because you go. This is a birthday party. Nobody's being held hostage here. I don't feel like, I'm like I all these people in jeopardy I would feel that if I hung out with my parents but I don't feel that from going to the party because I do feel that everybody understood. What was happening? There is zero public health logic to what Steph is saying. There isn't even a consistent logic between how she's treating the party she's going to and the one that made her stop seeing her parents. This is my favorite moment in this interview though because it is absurd and also so relatable. Are Cove it hypocrisies need these strange reasonings. I have also had these same spirals of talking myself out of feeling guilty for putting myself and others at risk. Consciously and subconsciously. I think my parents would probably still see me but I don't want. I wouldn't want that you know. So is it a matter like whose life you're willing to put at risk? Well that's just it. It's not I. Don't think. I. Put those people's lives at risk. I do. I I. Did I mean I think that's Ron I did put their life at risk. But I. Like I'm just not going to do it I. You, know so..
"one day" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"You the first thing amaze me when I came to New York was so many tall buildings slight men. This is crazy. So imagine being just that visual you can socket Google period, the visuals of Rucker Park back in the seventies and eighties when came through it just like hanging offenses into the visuals of that are so iconic. That helped make basketball become the heartbeat of an inner-city which. Also rap music fed off of, and that's why they're one in one in itself. Nowadays. But what are your thoughts? please. Tweet US please call in I wanNA hear what people had to say about this one. I think basketball is is universal. You know like the Larry Bird and a in a in a cutout cornfield with no concrete just getting shots up and they and he's got he's got one basketball by the fire I remember reading this about him and one because the ballgame cold and stop bouncing. So he would switch out the basketball's as we get more shots up when it was cold outside that's no less basketball than kingdom in Rucker Park and thousands of people in pros. So I think it's universal. Thing and but I also feel like New York City has just more hoops that are full of people. When I drive around L. A., they'll have like these like high school parking lots that have like six full court hoops next to each other with no basketball players on them. It's always kinda like it's always amazed me and then I'll I'll see so many empty courts and in New York City, you'll see a lot of empty courts. You know you see a lot of people on those courts playing. Go j-league it twenty second time out because I WANNA do a distinction that you just said that I just said the May go over a lot of people's heads I said the essence. Of this conversation when you're talking about the Mecca starts on the BLACKTOP. Therefore means this was taking place outside outdoors. That's a vast difference Jacoby playing outside. For playing Jim. please. Continue. And also I think in a lot of other cities when you get good good and you're about twelve or thirteen, you kinda stop playing outside like that. You scooped up by coaches in leagues in a US and and just meeting your friends on the on the afternoon at two o'clock or walking by a court and saying I want to get this running. I've got jeans on doesn't matter like I just feel like. Growing, up. You can do that. You can do that grow up in New York. Not, not, all of the all of the auditor legends that play ball coming up in New York Day still put on in played outside. That's what I'm saying for the call. That's exactly what I'm saying it. It wasn't just like, Oh, now I'm good enough. I'm too good to be outside because now I've got read I've got this this practice at four o'clock inside and then this and that lead to spend the entire. went to rucker par do how many? Thousands of people listening this right now being like, yeah we did the exact same thing in Cincinnati. Yeah. We did. We did the exact same thing in Jacksonville? Yeah. We did the exact same thing in Seattle because it's like you know people play outside everywhere you know but I just feel like this. There's something a little different about the architecture and Co. New York City. Now when I say talking about playing outside I mean players everybody from Dr Jada Kobe Bryant playing outside while they're MBA superstars. That's different. was happening in Cincinnati. Drew Inside. Talking about. Outdoors playing outdoors free basketball to anybody who has eyeballs. That that's the essence of the game outdoors. In. At the park the people enough near did you ever play at the Rucker Doug? You right now is going to be like twelve year olds. Like it's now. Just, a court like if you right now, it'd be like a six year old and twelve year old playing you twenty one you know what I mean like it's not it's your plant the cage like, yeah, it's. Run it's WACK. They're like most of the time you know like the legendary cards is open for anybody to play it you can just wild with do it. How about this? How about this? Almost is rare now for great highschool prospects to be playing outside as it is to see a left handed shortstop and Major League Baseball. Because once you start to become a player like you said. The system takes you from the essence. See you start playing in your backyard. Why? Because Free Stop play at the Park Wa 'cause valuable and there so people want to invest in your Oh, you gotTa Jump Shot Hey court can complain, hey man, my uncle's a trainer man he wanted to push out there. So late. And Every Wednesday night at eight o'clock we played there and then once you start doing that took. You you just you hit the nail on the head, though the system takes you away from the essence. You know and I feel like that's the least true here. Prior played, it played a Parka. Played a P. Walk. Play outdoors. My whole. When I was in college, I was playing outside. Still. Walls Michigan. Staying, outside on. Saturday I was playing outside on Saturday. Kids want next. You know what I mean we waxman the. Dog Look Y'all at fourteen years a whole lake. Fourteen year old but taking happen we're forty like for forty I. Love it though I, love you know what I don't love my knees hurt today that was three days ago I went on a job yesterday afterwards, Nia knees don't feel good at all. He's don't feel good. Things for your knees and your. Ends up that's what I mean. It takes you from the essence because it's like, Hey, I know you really likes ice cream. Let me tell you onto this low fat version I'll let me tell you every time to this version. Is like this like this like this and and then you get watered down to what from what you like to society makes you feel like you should be doing and sometimes it's was best for you. It doesn't necessarily. Create a level of endurance because telling me tell you some plan outside. Playing outside. Playing hurt or somebody testimony jump shot. You know if you've got gotta jump shot play outside. Okay. You because you play outside. Okay accuracy changes. You know what I'm saying because the weather's going. Conditional release in Rams. Yes. Of course, there are flat dog snuff. Let like..
"one day" Discussed on Jalen and Jacoby
"He's Jalen rose I'm David Jacoby we. Kobe what is it that we do? We give the people. What they saw. Donald Mitchell fifty seven points in a loss. In the Celtics, beat the seventy sixers and the raptors absolutely dominated the nets but we start. Late. Last night with Luca facing off against the clippers and it was just too much for the mavs Kawai Leonard and Paul George both scored a lot of points and got clutch buckets down the stretch to beat the Mavericks Jalen. What were your big takeaways from this late night contest the best wing dual in the league. And for those that don't know. Anthony Davis. Janas they're not wings, Paul George Koala egner locked down defensively. You you buckets off the dribble in pick and roll actions. They could go one on one. They do things that you can't just drop. On. The board to Kobe in. So those guys get going against a massive shows, their depp and it was terrific to see co I hit a couple of key buckets but don't sleep on more seniors contribution 'cause I've been waiting on him to provide. That level of toughness and productivity of front, and he was the guy that got under kp skin the ultimate left for led to him getting did. Not, just that, but we do have to celebrate Luca because we know what Paul. George and. Capable of and in Lucas First playoff appearance, he scored more than anyone in the history of the NBA ever scored in their first play-off experience and one of the things about this matchup. There was so tough for him as they have PG and Co. as you mentioned to the best wing defenders, they put in front of him and it really didn't matter what they put in front of him because he just kind of figured out luther little sidestep and even without KP and the game he kept this teen closed I was really impressed by Luca, what do you think? I love his game so much in his pace in his demeanor and. He he he kills you on all phases like he's not an accurate three point shooter juice yet low thirties. But every time he shoots, it seems like is going in because he has a signature shot is step back and his courses. Once he is inside the three point line players active, he could kick it out to the three point line earlier. Late, he could pass people open basket. He could throw the Lai pass and he finishes with both hands and he's bigger and stronger than people give him credit for. And he initially you know has some jitters in my opinion got off to a slow start us high turnovers in that game in particular to start to gain. But he went to the locker room like Maria Taylor said he got out of his own bag. Okay. Because he could cause Luca is that phenomenal player in? So to watch him get going against that defensive team to Kobe I agree you might be on something when you say these guys got a chance to win a championship in the next couple of years. And I love I. Love The way he passes when he penetrates seems like no stay in front of him even though he's not the quickest guys in the court and he doesn't just make the simple past of the corner or that initial health person he'll sort of look that person get to the second rotation than it hit steph curry like he's seeing. Things out there that shouldn't be seeing in your first playoff appearance to just sort of run the game and run the offense. The way he did was really really impressive. However, they did lose and you know one of the factors their loss was, as you alluded to earlier, the ejection of kristaps. Porzingis, who got two fouls did he deserve these technical fouls? Probably but maybe not humanly, do you know what I mean like the first one he maybe not should've gotten that one for reactively certainly reacted this one. He did not step into the sort of stop the altercation. He might sort of incident in made it a bit bigger of a deal Jalen there's a lot of backlash on the Internet on social media and amongst the media that he should not have been objective ejected. How do you feel about it? Not, many times I actually get to be a parent a rule. I forty seven I'm in a room with seventeen year olds especially a lay my kid. There are a lot smarter way more disciplined in me. Let me just tell everybody something. KRISTAPS porzingis yet what soft like of Dirk tweeted yet was petty light. Lebron and Patrick Mahomes felt. But you know what he did he broke the rule and when you throw an Air Punch in NBA playoff game, the officials are going to call a technical every time. That's just the rule. It wasn't personal. They didn't pick on him. When you interject yourself into a situation when you already have a technical foul, you have to be conscious of that. It was an NBA classic. A And you allowed that to let you get injected. Jacoby you gotta stay in the Game Man. Let somebody else that we don't know who their name is get into that huffing and puffing with more senior and give them a chance to take game on. Trust me he. He's GonNa. Tell he's not going to allow himself to be put in that position again and getting checked. You know when the clippers got into the next huddle, everyone gave more senior pound and we're like good work. Here for you know that's indicative I ask for. The other team is celebrated like that because you've got sort of you know you got involved into an altercation. We've been looking at the stars, these superstars with Luca PGA, Kawai KP in the way that they play. But one thing we also want to point out is what recall allows been doing with his press conferences. Let's just take a listen. 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"one day" Discussed on The Trader Cobb Crypto Podcast
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"one day" Discussed on Sparkle Stories Podcast
"Kick off this magical year of twenty twenty clarity. Let's begin with our first story. Series of all sparkle stories Martin and Sylvia. Now this one is a story about how Martin and Sylvia Sylvia's celebrate the New Year in their town. And maybe you all have something similar in your town. Were so very grateful to have you you all with us. We love what we do and we look forward every week to telling you more stories so here is first. First Day from Martin and Sylvia enjoy the first day Martin and Sylvia live in a tall house with lots of windows from their second story. Loft bedroom they can see their backyard covered in a thick blanket of snow. They can also see the Snow Snow Daddy and the Snow Mama. They made after the big storm. Martin who was seven did most of the snowball rolling and lifting. He was proud of his new seven-year-old strength and love to make bigger and bigger snowballs to see how much he could carry. Sylvia who was five and didn't enjoy lifting his much preferred to do the packing and decorating. She ran inside to to get hats and carrots and then added them for the final touch. The daddy was in a bright orange hat with ear flaps and the Mama had a long striped hat and a purple scarf both had carrot noses and sticks arms every morning since Martin and Sylvia would wake to check on their snow people as if to check if they hadn't moved about in the night right sometime. Sylvia was convinced that they had pointing out that the hat was slightly ajar or the arms were noticeably. Ably lower I think they were dancing. Sylvia would say with a smile. Snowmen don't dance. They're just snow. Oh Martin would say they don't move they they melt that's all Sylvia didn't like it. When he talked to her that way one morning they woke to see the Snow Mama and Snow Daddy covered in new snow a lot of snow? There had been another storm and while they slept and now the playhouse the garden posts bill. Bill's Doghouse and the snow. People merely looked like big lumps. In a smooth ooh field of white it snowed shouted Sylvia and just in time for first day said Daddy He. While making breakfast in the kitchen below Martin and Sylvia looked at each other with wide excited smiles on their faces. First are stay first. Day was a festival in their downtown's celebrating the New Year. The Gazebo in the green was lit up in colored lights and there were booths of hot chocolate and fresh baked muffins shops around the green always had special window displays displays and treats on offer. Sometimes there were musicians when it was warm enough the big event though was the ice and snow snow sculpting real life. Artists would take a chunk of pure ice and sculpt it into amazing shapes and forms. One time there was a huge seal with a ball on its nose another time. There was a king in His throne and one year. There was a winged horse. Sylvia loved that sculpture and often talked about it though. The ice sculptures were artists. The snow sculpture was is for everyone and often people formed in teams. People who worked in the same shop could form a team. School groups formed a team. Neighbors neighbors often formed teams this year. Martin Sylvia's family decided to form a team with their neighbors. The browns Mr and Mrs Brown were farmers and their children were all grown up now. Mr Brown was always part of every parade downtown and liked to ride right bell his horse and dress up in his pretend civil war uniform or an old time farmer costume Mrs Brown also enjoy dressing dressing up and wore long hoop skirts and walked along next to the horse waving and chatting with the people watching they were a lot of fun breakfasting Martin and Sylvia talked about the snow sculpting and what they wanted to do daddy said that the theme for this first day was magical New Year so the sculptures needed to have something to do with magic. Let's make a castle with a giant peaking. Its head out from behind said Martin Mama and Daddy got excited about this idea and started planning. They had the tools to build snow blocks for the castle and the giant could just be a huge snowman as they were talking. Sylvia interrupted I want to make a horse Horse with wings a flying horse. It was quiet for a moment and then Martin chimed in nats too to hard for snow the wings would fall off no they wouldn't shouted. Sylvia suddenly very angry now. Sylvia said Daddy. There's no need need to yell. I understand you want to make a flying horse but I have to say I think Martin is right. It's too tricky with snow. I I can see trying it with ice but snow wouldn't hold up. Yes it would. And I'm not making a castle and a giant said Sylvia now furious Sylvia said Mama about to reason with her but Sylvia quickly clapped her hands over her ears and frowned fiercely. Well well okay then said daddy as they finished up their breakfast and started to get ready. Mommy and daddy hustled. Muscled children to get ready so they could meet. The browns downtown Martin was enthusiastic and got himself already waited. Outside with Celia via was still upset was dragging her feet. She couldn't find her hat. Her Mittens or boots and then she was too tired to put any of them on. Daddy started to get frustrated. Sylvia you can get yourself dressed. You dress yourself every morning to go outside and work on your snowman man. So what is the difference about this morning. I'm too tired today. Sylvia said with a tight frown. She was still very angry eventually. They were all in the truck and on their way. Downtown Martin was remembering the snow sculptures from the previous year and said this this year. His best friend. Sasha in her family were helping the Volunteer Fire Department sculpture. He said they were going to make dragon get it dragons. Breathe Fire Fire Department Martin. Mama and daddy laughed. Sylvia was quiet when they arrived downtown downtown they could see it filled with people. It looked like a bigger crowd than last year. People were sipping hot. Cocoa in nibbling on muffins some were shopping and walking the green many were watching the ice sculptors working when they got to the green. They watched a sculptor after working on what looked like the inside of a clock. Sylvia saw one working on a Unicorn and pulled her mama over to look. After a cup of Cocoa Sylvia was feeling better in started to smile at all. The beautiful sculptures then came time to work on the snow sculptures and Silvia's mood changed again. They met the browns and Martin immediately told them about his plan to make a castle missile with giant. The browns thought that would be great fun and they looked for a spot to work. Sylvia folded her arms and refuse is to come. Daddy explained that she wanted to make a flying horse a horse with wings and they had all agreed. It was too difficult. Mr Brown tried to help by making light of it. All horses are hard enough as it is. You want to add wings my words Sylvia. You sure knew how to make a challenge. I'll stick to a castle made of simple bricks. Thank you very much then. He laughed and rubbed her hatted head with his big hand. She did not think it was funny. Turned Away Mama spoke up now Sylvia. There's no need to be rude. Oh it's all right said Mrs Brown kneeling to be Sylvia's level. Mr Brown doesn't mind and besides he didn't really understand any way did he. Sylvia Sylvia looked Mrs Brown with big eyes. Shook her head. The others left to get to work. While Mrs Brown's stayed with Sylvia they watched as Martin told all the adults adults what they should do. Daddy got to work on the giants body while Momma started making snow bricks. Mr Brown helped but mostly he told jokes folks. Mrs Brown giggled. What Mr Brown doesn't understand is what it's like to be the youngest but but I know what it's like? Do you know how many older brothers and sisters I have. Sylvia shook her head seven. Three brothers and four sisters. There are eight of US eight. Can you believe it. Sylvia's eyes were wide as she shook her head again. Mrs Brown continued so growing up. I had mom I had dad and seven others always telling me what to do. I never had say in anything. It was always do this do that. No that's not right do it. This way Sylvia nodded. Martin is always telling me what to do. He says my flying horse won't work. She looked like she was going to cry by. Mrs Brown nodded sympathetically. Is that what you want to build today for the festival Sylvia looked a little embarrassed harassed. We wanted to but the wings will probably fall off. Mrs Brown smiled. Not If they're invisible. Sylvia was confused invisible wings. That's right the theme is supposed is to be magic and invisible wings would certainly qualify for magic. How about you and I make a horse with invisible Wings that way people will be even more surprised when he flies. They both laughed Sylvia. I was feeling much better. Let's make the horse like it's going into the castle for food after it flew through the air. Yes said Mrs Brown. The Castle can be it's barn and giant can be the farmer said Sylvia and they went to work mark while Mama and Mr Brown made the bricks for the castle and Martin Daddy made the giant Sylvia and Mrs Brown made the Horse at first they tried making it stand up but that was too tricky so the horse rested on the ground with its legs folded when they all all finished they stood back and saw how everything fit perfectly. The castle was up two daddies Chin and the big giants head head. Peaked out over the top. Mr Brown gave him big ears and a huge nose. At the base was a door that was open and Sylvia's Sylvia's horse was contentedly lying down looking at the door a different family came by to look at it and the little boy there said. Look the Horse Mama. He's sleeping. Sylvia looked at the boy. It's a magic horse. He has invisible wings. The boys is grew wide as he looked for the wings. Martin put his hand on Sylvia's shoulder. Nice Horse Martin. said that was a good idea. Thanks said Sylvia and brother and sister. Her went hand in hand around the green looking at all the snow sculptures that the town created all welcoming in a magical well new year..
"one day" Discussed on College Football Live
"It's close that sign is that's where i live. That's of course if you're going to say west virginia. Why are you not going west virginia pitt. Are you kidding like you're throwing ohio state in there. Come on joey involvement west virginia ohio but right. It's it's an ohio state and west virginia or not rival rivalry. Can you make you make it around the city. That's right. We're creating a rivalry just just like he's from ohio year from texas. Everyone got to get some love and we're all good. We're even arguing about rivalries. That's why it's so good coming up tonight. It's an annual tradition. Some of the best players in college football are going to be talked about. You've got two of the alabama quarterback you've got trevor lawrence the clintons and superstar who went the national championship so many players in the preseason herbie's tonight for more. Here's davis may we're going to hand out the preseason herbie awards tonight at seven o'clock eastern on e._s._p._n. Always have to be guys at burst onto the scene. Kind of breakout get two different level. Who are the nominee the breakout star yeah guys who as you said ready to kind of take that next step trooper hubbard last year backed up justice hill now it's his turn and i think this offense has a chance to put up some points and they're going to have a balanced attack. I think he has a chance to get out and space last year so impressed. He went over seven hundred yards now. It's his turn impressed with his speed last year when he got out in the open field kellyn mon- last year gave us a taste glimpse of what he can do at times jimbo fisher's offense. I think the consistency is where are you gonna see a difference. Virtually every receiver except tied in is becka right. There is back. I expect him to put a huge numbers in that second year jimbo system dylan moses now. It's his turn always when oakland when alabama has a great defense they always have great leadership in the middle over the years. It's been hightower. It's been a role mclean. It's been c._j. Moseley it's been reggie ragland. We thought it'd be him back wilson last year. It was not this year. It is moses. The herbie award for breakout breakout star goes to alabama linebacker dylan moses. He's been waiting on this kirk. He's been a star in recruiting surplus into is in about the seventh grade. This didn't have to have that leadership. He'll probably be playing with freshmen beside yeah yeah. They've got an angry football team after the way they performed on the big stage in the national title. I don't think it's an addition by subtraction situation with max wilson leaving going onto the n._f._l. Dig allows moses to kind of take over and being that guy. I don't think he's going to be a raw reggie. Gee raglan kind of guy. I think he's going to be a little bit more of a c._j. Moseley type. He's a quiet leader which is fine. Everybody leads differently but somebody on that defense needs to emerge because when bama has an elite defense they have an individual guy that kind of steps up to provide that i think he could be the guy he went and met with sabin after that clemson game he wants the type of leadership role on this team of course the herbie's always built in the crowning moment big..
"one day" Discussed on College Football Live
"The opportunity. The rest is history college. Football's clash not just teams but of cultures identities rivals hate each other it just talk about respect only one way you get respect s by looking somebody in the eye for sixty minutes say hey baby here. I am now. Let me see your runs through now. That passion separates college football from every other sport in the united states unless your passions are strong enough word this report. We play a team here. National champion team team the team. I will tell you there is so much great content coming up as we celebrate the one hundred fifty th year of college football in a game that we all love one of the great things about this sport are the rivalries mcelroy. Which rivalry game do you wish was played texas a. and m. texas because both both fan bases. You can survey longhorn fans and aggie fans and the boat tell you we don't need that game. We're better than them now. We've left them behind. That's exactly what the gain needs to be played. I'm from dallas texas and yes texas and oklahoma was always a rivalry that i put front and center of my childhood but texas tech sanam around thanksgiving giving was one that i always had such a huge interest in so the fact that tech sam is now gone onto the s._e._c. and texas becoming resurgent in the big twelve. It's one that has to absolutely come permission here sooner than later so i'd love to see it play. I agree with you greg. I haven techs go to the s._e._c. See but again. I go back home. I grew up in ohio which is right across the river from west virginia. I would love to see ohio state west virginia play. I mean the border states the plane each other. It's fun. That's what makes college football different as the robbery games and if we could create more of them i think it just helps out the sport now for those of us. Who have the same reaction. Some of us had when when joey pits this west virginia ohio state we're thinking what is he talking about. How is this even a rivalry game well. We'll show you one hundred five miles news from columbus to morgantown so just over a three hour drive to get from campus to campus. There's a look okay okay. It's close that sign is that's where i live. That's of course if you're going to say west virginia. Why are you not going west virginia pitt. Are you kidding.
"one day" Discussed on College Football Live
"Network. Ken jalen make it hurts so good from bama is the new star of oklahoma. We'll talk transfer quarterbacks coming up next on college. The phone live the welcome back to college college football presented by davies bed. We have two weeks zero. Oh games arizona make the trip across the pacific. Take on hawaii kevin supplemented his second year in the desert armed with khalil tate whose twenty six touchdown passes last season and were fourth most in the pac twelve so mcelroy. What is your quarterback crystal ball saying about a guy that last year was on the cover verve sports illustrated and khalil tate is perhaps the heisman trophy favorite bryce love or the two heisman trophy favorites going into last season just think about bad for a minute both of which kind of fell off the map early but i liked khalil tate and another year with noel mazzone the office of coordinator and kevin someone the head coach there in tucson use on you have to think they're going to get back to doing what take did so electrically there at the end of the two thousand seventeen season a little less throwing a little more running and a healthy tate can provide real spark to an offense so that might become must watch. It becomes a shootout there on the island against hawaii. I think we've focused so much on khalil tate. We don't really focus on someone has to win. Games and it's not like the year before arizona won a ton of games and last year they didn't. They weren't very good. When khalil tate was good good versus last year when he wasn't very good they have to figure out a way for this football team to win football games and if that means khalil tate doesn't run for as many yards or passes for more yards whatever it is kevin someone better figure it out pretty fast and defensively domestic stop some people and give their quarterback a chance to put some points on the board those. I thought that was the perfect marriage tatum. Someone just didn't get your one in tucson for either of them. Let's go to perhaps one of the most notable transfers this off season. Jalen hurts leaving alabama to go to oklahoma hurts. No pressure cuyler. Mary baker mayfield number. One picks heisman trophy winners mcelroy had is this all worked out for hurts who a lot of people there have around. He's struggles throwing the ball. I'm still curious to see what this off. It's going to look like now. Lincoln riley is a quarterback guru. No one's going to argue that but anyone that suggests jalen hurts throws the ball with the same level of effectiveness baker mayfield kyla murray. They're not watching the same tapers tape. I watched the last year so we'll they resort more to a quarterback run game. We'll they slow it down. Just a touch will rely more throws that are underneath giving it to to the wide receivers letting them run with the football because jalen hurts just not a naturally very accurate passer now he's grown a lot and improved over the last few years but hasn't grown to the point where he's going to be the first overall pick so i expect this offense to adjust slightly plus then run the football and melton a little clock. We'll take a little pressure out that defense to joey. I think he's fun to watch and i think he's going to be better. You thinking offense greg when you watch oklahoma's offense regardless of who the quarterback is they always have wide open receivers running and i made a statement a couple a couple years ago when his baker mayfield. It was hard to tell how good baker mayfield really was because the offense that they're running guys were wide open. I i love watching this offense because of the openness now we talk about big playability ability to take off running dealing herself as well as anybody and again you you can see like if you can do that in the big twelve you can run the ball as a quarterback. You're going to open up a whole new realm in this offense and i think he's going to be extremely family..
"one day" Discussed on College Football Live
"Advance a little bit further. The expectations are high but i think they're reasonable. Just knowing how talented this young man is had a chance to call the clemson spring game in having the tencent with davos and his office and talk about whatever lawrence was in the spring and that will san he been so good that he really didn't have a chance to coach him because he was just on with everything thing and then he had a bad day and finally got a chance to jump on him but he's been that good that dabble hadn't had to do coaching this young man and you can see it in the clips that did you show dare greg. He's throwing the ball. Ross higgins outside their six six so he just brought up there. They can go get it. Rogers is back in the backfield this offense this is abc loaded and for young quarterback to have the competence and his receivers and he can just throw them anywhere and not six guys going to go up and make a play for you. Come down with it. <hes> that's just going to elevate his game and i think by the end of the season we you'll definitely be making a trip to new york because not only is he good but he has great weapons around him. You mentioned t higgins. He came in at tenth and mel kiper jr's latest big board for n._f._l. Draft projects and scare justin ross is also a sophomore with trevor lord six receptions hundred and fifty three touchdown in the national national championship game for ross. You mentioned daboh sweney who came out swinging winging after it was a looted to that perhaps alabama was tired in the national championship game davos says and i quote my thing on that is are you serious. They're tired tired then you look at clubs when we twelve games by twenty plus who really challenged alabama s._e._c. They didn't get challenged anybody until the georgia game people get amnesia five six seven years ago. The rhetoric was that an a._c._c. team is not going to win a national championship because they don't play anybody during the season so then they get to the postseason and they're just just not prepared for the bad boys well now. They flipped it around in. The only reason we're winning is because we don't play anybody in the a._c._c. See that to that point. I'll give you this the a._c._c.'s that one team. One team ranked in the top twenty in its clemson s._e._c. See has six the arguments there with the rank is talk and season preseason rankings of mcelroy. What do you make dabbles comments. Why are we still kind of disrespecting the tigers. Daboh paid someone and planted a reporter out there to ask that question to create that edge because everything i've heard about clemson last year and clemson this year is just how fantastic they are but that's not really how clemson's been built. That's not how clemson got to this point. Clemson has found an edge every single year including last year. When data came out famously said oh we don't worry about us. Hey we're on the rusty al-basra on the roy bus and everybody else a- all this talk about bama. Don't worry about us little clemson over here. He's created an edge in a mantra and that they don't get any respect. It's absolutely ludicrous because clemson is one of if not the premier programs in all of college football and the scary thing is they're only getting better especially with trevor lawrence his youth in the youth..
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"If you're watching college football presented by ben we know jim. Harbaugh is back in the headlines for a line in a forthcoming book in which he is quoted the same hard to beat the cheaters exactly which schools he was referring to it is unclear joey greg and matt back with you on college. Football live mcelroy. Let's start with you on this one. What do you make of jim. Harbaugh comet summit. It feels deflection. I mean naturally jim. Harbaugh has always trying to create some interest within the program especially in the off season but he's essentially saying that teams are tilting the playing field in their favor. He talks about how it's hard to recruit on the same playing field against some of those teams that he's referring to. I went back and looked at the recruiting classes and how they finished while jim harbaugh has been ann arbor they have not finished lower than eight with the exception of one year where they finished twentieth nia because they could only sign twenty players because their team was extremely young so i'm trying to figure out why he's deflecting attention from his program. Yes the performances have been subpar offer michigan at times but this is one of those things. I just don't understand why he feels the need to go there. Joey the fact that we're discussing. This is a win for jim harbaugh. He would love to discuss anything besides his record against ohio state his record in the big games and since he's been you're correct. It's all been the statements about how stuff off of the football field even statement. He made about urban meyer early. In the year again. It takes away from focusing on the fact that he's recruited critic very well in the bigger games for michigan they had showed up and played very well. This is his chance to to make that right but right now. We're talking talking about things that jim harbaugh said as opposed to what his team has done on the field and you imagine comedy set about urban meyer. He said controversy follows him urban. Wherever he goes and harbaugh the record could speaks for itself one and nine against top ten teams in his four years in ann arbor michigan has coming back shape patterson first time a quarterback has come back and returned as the starter since harbor turn to ann arbor greg. Is this the year that that he needs to get it done yeah aw because if ryan day takes over at ohio state then you can no longer discuss it as well. He just can't get past urban meyer..
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