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"reiter" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"But there really hasn't been. I've i've been hardened by that that people find it to be very fair telling Including a lot of news lot of things. They didn't know of this really historic moment in baseball. And this historic scandal. What i really wanted to do is shine sunlight on a lot of things that remained in the darkness. I felt even you know year after the story initially broke. And it's good to know that he those efforts can still be rewarded in our world and finally do you think this goes away when fans are back in the stands and alto korea bregman get in the box the think fans forget. I don't. I saw it in spring training. I was doing the games. They were getting booed. People were smashing the back of the seats during spring training games. I don't think it goes away. What do you think. I don't think so either. A lot of people are saying. Oh they got a break right like if there's any any group of people in the world who could find some silver lining whatsoever in this horrible pandemic year. It's a human aspect of the houston astros because they did not have to face the music as far as opposing fans. I think they're only delaying it right. I think these guys have become the villains of baseball as dave tremblay's says in my podcast. These guys are going to have to live with this for the rest of their lives. And i think they will in some respect. I don't think anybody's ever gonna look back once such a great team. Such an inspiring story even underdog. Kind come on top. Nobody's ever gonna look back at this story the same way and no matter what they do for the rest of their careers. This has always been with these guys. It is absolutely awesome. Just fascinating ben writer. My guests the host and producer of the edge. I would advise and recommend everybody to get it. Download it listen to it. Six part documentary. Podcasts that investigates the cheating scandal of the houston astros ben. Thank you so much for your time. Congratulations on the podcast. In wonderful work. It is really really good really appreciate that. Thanks me on. You got it thank you..
"reiter" Discussed on Scoops with Danny Mac
"Before you know you're talking about korea earlier and the sinister aspect of things and you really got into the podcast about the asuka deal to get The closer that had the checkered past and to bring him on board and how inside even the astros organization the front office there. Is you know some that wanted to make that move others did not. And that's kind of. I think the interesting part of the podcast where not to say that it got to be divisive. Maybe it did. But i just explain that a little bit in how that kind of opened up maybe some of the the wounds of what happened with the in this podcast and what happened with the sign stealing sure. Well you know. My book astra ball came out in july of two thousand eighteen and three weeks later. The astros made this really controversial divisive. Move when they traded for roberto sooner great closer twenty three years old. The fastest the youngest pitcher ever to reach a hundred saves but they traded for him while. He was in the middle of serving a seventy-five gains mesic. Violence suspension while court proceedings were ongoing in canada. Because he was a manager. He was a member of the toronto blue jays at the time. And even as. I was kind of promoting my book. This is the moment where i stopped and i said man. This surprises even me. How far will this organization go in. Its pursuit of winning in its pursuit of an edge. And i think that there's a direct line that you can draw between that move and then the incident in the clubhouse during the world series last fall where the assistant general manager i yelled at a female reporter about the acquisition. Roberto set soon as saying he so glad they did it and a yelled at her in the middle of the clubhouse which created its own scandal. Many scandal that threatened to overshadow the world series in part and turn a lot of the world against the astros organization and then what came out a couple of weeks later with a sign stealing and the reaction against that. There's really a through line here of an organization that's really a willing or for whatever reason tests ethical boundaries and upsets a lot of people in the process. There's no doubt what did you think of alex. Cora getting back in the game and what do you think. Aj hinch being back in the game. I am not surprised at all. First of all i will say that unlike jeff luneau. We know that these guys knew about it right. Alex cora was one of the ringleaders of both the video room skiing and the trash can banging scheme..
Automated test grading has moved way past Scantron bubble sheets
"Even before the pandemic one way technology has been creeping into students. Lives is through grading and we're not just talking about those multiple choice bubble sheets that have been around for decades. The educational testing service which creates statewide assessments for K. through twelve students along with higher Ed tests like gre has been using artificial intelligence to grade essays since. Nineteen ninety nine but can a I really tell good writing from bad andreas or Anya is vice president of assessment and learning technology development for ets. He says, systems are trained to look for things like style grammar and how arguments are built assist them is trained by to extract a lot of features of good and bad writing, and so what that system does, it's it aggregate all the data from an essay after processing it, and then it produces some kind of professional score. The scores of the computer are being compared to a human reiter, and then if there's a big discrepancy, usually a third raider comes in to resolve the discrepancy. So it's actually sort of a check on the human reviewer. It is the way we use it. It is a check on the human reviewer deal. See this ever the I ever being good enough to replace teachers in their sort of regular grading that they do, which I know is one of their many teachers least favourite activities. Yeah. So I really believe in joining forces of computers and humans and so having. Systems that help teachers, for example, spots like, Hey, a lot of your students are struggling with this topic may be next lesson. You want to take a little bit more time you know expanding on that or maybe you know the degrading rights, especially the the more low low key grading with with fairly straight fair for answers at the lower levels. That's something that a computer can do really well, very reliably and so helping a teacher so that teacher can spend more time on personalizing their instruction and and giving individual attention I. Think it's a great way to go about this. How often do you see the I catching examples of poor writing that that human has missed and in that second expert having to come in? It depends by exam. So for a practice exam, it may be different than for Gre. But we have pretty strict rules surrounded where More than one and a half point difference is already more than we WANNA tolerate and you're talking about maybe six point skill, and so you know it depends on the exam it can be five percent can be ten percents but I think the important point is that whenever there's some discrepancy we're going to check into it. We're never letting something go without the check. We've seen stories of students. You know kind of gaming, the system just writing a bunch of keywords that they know the system is GonNa be looking for and getting a perfect score. What's the usefulness of that kind of grading if it can easily be gamed? If a system is that easily game -able, it's obviously not a very good system and it needs to be revisited. Now you have to take into account what the purpose was. So if the purpose of a system is to help a student in a low six environment learn or to help inform a teacher denise of that system are obviously very different than if you make life decisions about admitting someone or other you know very impactful decisions based on it, and so it depends on how you use it. Clearly. There are some school systems that are using a I. In this way. What role do you see the companies that make the technology having in preventing it from be being used in a way that you think is not actually that helpful We we have done a bunch of presentations over the past couple years to kind of set up Some key questions that we believe teachers should ask is the data that is being used in these systems appropriate for my students. Right is are these models related to what my students need cannot intervene in the system or these kind of questions that? Teachers need to ask and I think it's really important that as we move further and further in this automated world that we really tool people an arm people with with those questions and being able to make good judgments for whether these tools are good for the learning that happens in their classrooms or not. Andreas you've been with the company for a really long time working on this technology. Do you see a point when when your work is done, it's all it all works as well as human grading. I don't think that point will AFRICOM and not because he systems aren't aren't progressing really rapidly because they're getting better and better. But the reason why I don't think that's ever happened is because as soon as we get these systems really well done to do what we know. Now, we as a society want way more things and we are always wanting more things than we wanted before and so our creativity and our desire for new things will always out base what we can model at any point in time Andreas or anya is with eds.
Tornado watch, severe thunderstorm warning issued for parts of New York
"Craig Allen has his five day forecast. There's some serious wind gusts in these storms this afternoon. It's serious is the is the Did we just lose the crack that you did? You actually did. And I don't even have any thunderstorms here. Sounds like very Reiter kicked in the You're good, Very interesting. Okay, well, what I was going to say it's serious wind for sure out there. Ah, the Augusta are being reported, is between 65. Almost up to 90 MPH with some of the storms is they're moving through parts of the Hudson Valley as well as Connecticut. And they are dropping southeastern, about 50 60 MPH. There is a severe thunderstorm warning in effect for for Suffolk County, eastern Suffolk County till 5 15. And there is a new severe thunderstorm warning in effect for Orange, Putnam in Rockland and Westchester till 5 30 that takes over the one that's in effect until 5 15 because another batch of showers and thunderstorms right behind that Is moving on in. So these storms are extremely wicked, in some cases, very nasty and they're going Tio continue on down through about between now and 89 o'clock or so this evening. The actual tornado watch that's in effect for our northern and eastern suburbs ends at eight PM the with the weather should start to die down by then. Friday. Some sun very warm and humid, with a chance of a thunderstorm in a few places by late day or Friday night again, 84 to 88, but not like this Saturday. Mostly cloudy with showers developing tropical downpours from the remnants of Laura. That's a possibility is if we need something more and stay connected with the all teas five day forecast. I'm trying to stay connected. Becoming mostly sunny Sunday and Monday with eyes between 75 80 degrees. I guess I did stay connected because as soon as the power came back anyway, 88 degrees right now in the city and yeah, let's not left. This is a severe weather night for sure. For the next few hours.
Uber, Lyft drivers are employees, says California regulator
"Morning California regulators are now classifying uber and lift drivers as employees despite the objections of those companies and their driver's cave because Jensen Reiter explained the California public utilities commission announced the change Tuesday under the new gig worker law AB five the battle has been ongoing over whether the drivers are considered independent contractors or employees ride sharing companies were fighting against eighty five because drivers would then be entitled to minimum wage employee benefits and rest breaks among other benefits and the company argued they could not
I'm a Feminist But...
"I'm a feminist. But the other day my taxi driver, who was taking me from Chicago to the airport, so I could fly here to Toronto. WAS, woman, And, I pretty annoyed because it meant I had to lift my own heavy suitcase. Into the boot of the car. And she didn't get out cheated off again out. And why should she put cheese any better up? Body strength than me should. She shouldn't get out. But I was like. It was snowing. Sticking to walk I support women texture have so hard. Novocain, attacks driver, but maybe they could bring a bag. You just sits in just in. And he should not be paid because of the history of the world and the Patriots. Just be there to lift high back. Mentioned to voluntary basis like jury duty. Man. If I were running Canada. I would bring in. Jury style Bagman. Female taxi drivers. This is why I should be also elected your prime minister. I agree with that though I'm a feminist, but I only get mad. If Male Uber Dr Ruth don't get out to get my luggage. Like if it's a female uber driver, and she tries to lift my luggage I'm like ma'am. Hold on a second. Sir, come here. What you were waiting for Uber to who cares. This bag. If a man Uber driver didn't get out of the call. You'd be like get up. I did a star quick. Start. You want to do another Schumer acco oh. This is we were just talking about money. I'm a feminist. I. Always want to use his money. Savings accounts getting bigger and bigger because I I. Keep using here. You look so happy about. It's possible. That's why you have such big tax bill. I'm a feminist, but I'm watching Netflix, show you. which is about a male stalker and his female victim who has no idea? She's being stopped by him and is falling him there in a romantic. Relationship. She feels like they were renting relationship. And sometimes because he is reiter from his point of view. And because of the way stories work I, catch myself briefly, emotionally rooting for. The evidence of the terrible things he's done from. Because, she'll come into his apartment and you can see all of the evidence that he's got her old phone that he stolen. I don't WanNa. Give too much, but you know he's got this stalker. This is not a spoiler. He's got bits and bobs like a t shirts things she shouldn't have, and then he like passionately kisses her, and then behind her back. He's trying to push t shirts under so for whatever. Putting a phone under a kitchen and I of course because I'm watching a story I'm going Oh. My Gosh initially saw that quickly. Get onto the. From his point of view from the white. But also I'm really enjoying. It said at times what happens? I was just about to say. One? Started season. Okay, yeah, I think they added a feminist writer's room. Season Two more feminine for Season Two. Just saying I want spoil it. Often enough of it yet to know but Everest thing where you're going and what's interesting for me, but if I think they've done it to liberty, because normally you see it from the victim's point of view, a stalker, film or something like that Thrilla, so but he's interesting, but also I'm like stupid rooting for the.
"reiter" Discussed on The GM Shuffle
"Tv ratings of Zero Point Zero in Houston that Nielsen couldn't verify that one huge donation had watched their games. So I kinda wanted to go down there to figure out what was going on. You know what was the plan? Was there any plan whatsoever? I went down with really just an open mind. I came away thinking that there was a plan. It was one that I'd never seen before or heard of before the way. They were committed to process the way they were committed to leveraging analytics in a very disciplined way combining their analytics with human observations. Get the best out of both man and machine. It really seems as if they're in the nascent stages of building something new and something special which is what led to that cover prediction And what led to my coverage of them over the next four to five years during which time it kind of improbably worked out now. I think that two things can be true. I think that this can still be a very innovative organization. That invented that were pioneers of that was on the vanguard of so many things that have not proliferated across baseball and across sports. You know in many ways so many positive things helping guys figured out how to get the most out of their skills about properly identifying and evaluating talent you know about committing to a process over have hoping for an outcome. I think those things are all good. I think that there was clearly this darker side to the operation. And I'm going to try to figure out my podcast exactly how this thing happened. You know how this emerged as part of the operation but there's a darker side of the operation since that perhaps and. I'm speculating a bit here. That this age he can culture a culture committed to finding an edge in everything above costs could have led them to the embracing of an edge. That was not as positive to put it mildly. That's where I wanted to kind of go like. How did this start like? Where did the genesis of this? This intern who invented dark arts. Is he the guy that said? Hey if you know if we you know almost like Gilligan's island they got this Structure Code Morris Code you know it's like did he come up with the plan and then he put it the. Ludd now and hench and say okay. Here's what I think we can do for the hitters and then I mean to convince baseball players that they're going to buy in or any pro athlete that you're gonNA be able to deliver on the good. You promise them there's got to be a little bit of a you know. A trust factor. Like it's gotTa be proven like if I went into a scouting room and I told the defensive lineman anytime. The centres left hand is on his hip. It's definitely going to be a pass when it's dangling in between his legs it's run. They're going to challenge me on that right. They're not taking it for gold. Like how did this become gold? Well that's certainly what I'm going to investigate In the next several months putting together this podcast the origins of how this happened are I'm sure multifactorial and there's still a bit muddy Mike. Look the Astros. Were very good at figuring out kind of underlying truth right and how the game works. I think it's not that hard to envision over time a slippery slope in which yeah maybe. The Front Office gave the players resources how to do this. A lot of this was certainly player directed as I said like the very concept of stealing signs was not something that was outlawed in baseball right. This is something that's been going on for hundreds of years. So maybe over time if your players or even the front office it's hard to kind of differentiate the new way in which you're doing it from the way it's always been done plus it was such a clear advantage right and how it was helping everybody. I think there was probably a sense in the clubhouse as I said that everybody in the League was gonna be doing this in some way just because it was so obvious. I'm sure they had some proof. That other teams were doing it. Do I think it's possible that the Astros were better at it? Because they were so savvy or came up with a more complicated system. Yeah that's certainly possible. Maybe they were the best of it but certainly can imagine a general sense in the clubhouse that hey this is what's happening base right now. Everybody's doing it to us. We're going to beat them at this game it's gamesmanship it's part of the game Clearly they knew to hide it but you know stealing signs and never been out in the open. Distant kind of a somewhat passably accepted practice. And I think it's the sort of thing that's snowballed from there into. What now is and seems like that. They cancelled baseball and decades. It's really remarkable that it's taken over. I mean the steroid. Thank to me was so obvious. And it did impact the game like it did in football the seventies. Because you know we saw a lot of players. He the but they didn't really understand what steroids was about in the seventies. I mean it was just it was supposed to be. I know when I first got started in Scouting. Steroids was looked at as. You're trying to help yourself. It wasn't going to hurt your body. Then we found out through medicine that became just dramatically Devastating to what you were trying to do to your body but the Starwood to me is is bigger but I. I have a sense that this we were just on the cusp of this Ben. I think this is going to be bigger. And I and I think if I were the commissioner you know I would be a little bit like Logan Roy and try to contain this. Because I think this is because there's no fricken way that some player left a Houston and went to some other team and didn't say hey man we should do this right like it's gotta be elsewhere right if you remember Mike. The initial athletic story that started to blows open the second part of the headline was part of an epidemic in Major League baseball right suggesting that yes the Astros. Maybe we're the worst. Violators at least the first violators to be revealed. But this is something that was going on across Major League Baseball. That's how the story came from the beginning. That's been lost a little bit. And yes. The Red Sox were waiting for their punishments. Come down I don't expect it to be as severe although it'll probably be pretty severe. I think the Commissioner's Office. And the owners of the club are very incentivized to limit the damage to where it stands right I think I agree with you that it's hard to believe that this thing doesn't spread now. Is it just a matter of degrees? Oh well the Astros are the worst that everyone else is doing a little bit. Maybe that'll help but like to me. I'm not sure I'm not sure how to draw the line between what is outrageous behavior that deserves a beating and which is kind of more in line with a slightly more modern version of something. That's always happened in the game. Don't know I mean one thing is for certain is that this story is not ending when the red sox penalties are announced. Right which we're expecting next week. Ben So that you're right. I could have more repercussions if all of a sudden they were guilty of similar fractures. Okay who's next team etc or is that it does. The Commissioner's office okay. We got teams. Don't want this distraction the season ultimately. We all know this. You always eat a great villain. Every story the ashes are now that Villainy Major League Baseball. What I think is fascinating. Let's guys can we for the season to start anyways but now got every Houston? Astros game is going to be disseminated like the Zapruder film if they get off to a great start. Bet It's amazing because then they're going to get emboldens. Screw you guys yeah fi? We cheated but you know we did win. Road Games okay. The method wasn't one hundred percent foolproof. We're still great players. Were proving it to you now so you can stick it but of course even more fascinating is a great team like that if they could opt to a bad start if I'll to a one for twenty five slide and he's not taking his jersey. Then you'll really get these catcalls. I think I just can't wait for the season to begin. Obviously with your podcast coming out this summer. There's no shortage of material with which people are going to be watching these Astros Games. You're right actually. Even thought too much about you know if these guys get off to an absolutely terrible start how that might snowball publicly. I frankly think the bigger obstacle to their success this year then presumably not benefiting from any signs stealing slash any hangover or continuance of this Backlash or the Yankees and the dodgers. Right like it's the first season in several years which I when. I'm looking at the League as an analyst. I'm not thinking the Astros are the favorite again There at least two other seemingly more talented superpowers out there. Well certainly going to be an amazing story. Last one four four. Let you go ben and again. We appreciate the time. I know how busy are right now. Jayson stark our friend was saying this is the biggest scandal in one hundred years as black sox scandal can you? I'm sure you'll do this in the podcasters as well. And obviously in your stories sl but what parallels would you draw for like a fifteen year old baseball fan listening to this podcast right now? Who is intimately familiar with Eddie? See Cotton Charles Comiskey and shoeless Joe Jackson. What perilous would you draw between what happened with the black socks and what happened with this? Astros team. I certainly think the black sox scandal was worth you know as far as intentionally losing a world series for Gambler. That's not exactly what they did here. But this is certainly one of those scandals that comes along every couple of decades that will shape the sport. I mean you know you can go back to the steroid era as probably the most recent one that is kind of comparable. I guess again. The difference is just the anger in the rest of the League. Right like I was thinking about this. We were talking about it a little bit at the MLB network. Yesterday wife players weren't attacking other guys during the steroids era in a similar way especially because those guys were doing something that's obviously much more dangerous Much in some ways a bigger competitive advantage. I think it's because look if you're going after steroid users you can convince yourself that you're actually also going going after the guy standing next to you in the clubhouse right. This thing was kind of insinuated throughout the sport whereas here. There's a very clear target. There's a very clear other you can attack and it's astros right. I mean I think that that kind of allows players to be like forget what we might have been doing in our clubhouse as far as dealing signs that was kind of a normal operation but these guys did is worse they are now the clearly defined villain so they're going to set up an interesting dynamic immediately and for a long time to come and how about the Washington nationals world series champions and no one's checking out with Mike Rizzo that great quote of the day. We're only the world series champions with three media guys here and forty-seven or talking to the Astros. That's just the way that life goes right down bed rider. Great writer first and foremost readers work in. Sports illustrated his book Astro Ball. The new way to win it all was a couple years ago. He's now going to podcast series coming at Summer Twenty Twenty series in conjunction as well canes thirteen of part of it Ben. Thanks so much of the time man. This was really illuminating. Really enjoyed it. Thanks guys thank you Ben. All right great stuff there from Ben Writer. A Week. Come back from the show. Mike and I will talk further about this ashes situation. Plenty more to unpack certainly plus. What happened the Cleveland? Cavaliers parting ways with John. Beland and what? We can learn from that situation throughout professional sports. That's next.
"reiter" Discussed on The GM Shuffle
"This is a guy who was synonymous with winning with regards the San Francisco. Forty niners for many many years and he's been given a second chance your pardon publicly by the president. Give me your thoughts and Eddie. Of course you've got stories about him. Yeah I mean it's truly I mean you know the whole situation the bribery. All that and the heart of this man is remarkable. I mean truly remarkable and I think that no one can lose sight of that as being around a lot of owners in the NFL. You know working for the whether it's the forty niners. The browns the Patriots the Eagles you know. And then this Brown's a secretary I mean he was the most generous person I've ever been and I was a sloppy. I mean literally. I was driving coach Walsh around and was scared to death of him and you know and for Valentine's Day he would send every employee's wife flowers you know for Christmas. He would send. I mean million I used to. He had like a Condo in Menlo Park which was kind of where we live. And so you know whenever they were clear out the condo because he would come in and they would buy goods and they clear stuff out you know I would end up taking half the quality stuff home with me because it would in the we like million I'd be looking at. We can't afford this stuff that it would be amazing and and they would just give it. It was truly remarkable but my greatest Eddie memory was. I'm with my mother and father. Milly couldn't come back because it was tax season. We're getting ready to play the superbowl against the Miami Dolphins. I'm standing at the PRE party. No idea what's going on in the superbowl wasn't what it was today. You know there wasn't the security and all that I'm standing there with my parents and Eddie walks over to me and says meets my parents and says hello and ask me where my tickets aren't. He looks at. He grabs the three tickets out of my hand. And he gives me three right on the fifty. Like that's the heart of the man and was he demanding. Yeah no doubt. I'm sure coach walls would have told stories about how demanding it was but he was generous and he was truly a family. Run Business and you could feel it and his generosity was remarkable and and I think it's great. I think the league I I think he belongs in the hall of for what he was able to build because whilst wouldn't been able to do what he did at the forty niners of whether Mr D. and so for him to have this removed from his legacy and I thought was powerful. And we're not a political podcast by no means but the seed Jerry Rice there to see the greatest player that I've ever been around and Ronnie Lott there to me. That was powerful moment to watch. Yeah for many people the greatest player of all time and Jim Brown Jim Brown rilot Jerry Rice or supporting add. I mean this is a guy in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty eight plead guilty to failing to report a felony. After former Louisiana Governor Edwin Edwards extorted for one thousand dollars from him in exchange riverboat casino. Licence he did not serve prison. Time did pay a million dollar fine probation. But the question is a wise trump pardoning of now to Mike's Point to Bartlesville philanthropic efforts in the years since his felony conviction apparently were incredible generous passion for numerous charitable causes. Hated not let that one instant define him which is something. That's very important to see. No he didn't and I mean he's just truly. I mean I say this all the time. You can't cure cheap right if somebody's cheap. You can't cure it like Fred Palermo medical to say that all the time. You CAN'T CURE TEPE. There's NO REHAB CENTERS. You can cure people if people stay at the tip chart out and they tip twelve percent. You can't cure cheap right. You just can't cure it. There's nothing you can do for and would you also can't do is you can't give somebody a big heart and Mr D. has a big heart I mean he has a huge heart and it for me. The first owner. I have been around to have that kind of heart. It was really. I think all owners like that not not no. No no not like that at all. He was remarkable. Very very cool to see the seventy three year old owner getting a second chance to NFL news last week brought a report lines of talk teams but a trade involving quarterback Matthew Stafford and this week bring worthy of also discussed moving another veteran player of the team. Adam schefter seeing the lines of talk. Pre-trading cornerback Darius delays because the salary of ten million dollars and twenty twenty which would be the final year of his current contract currently looking to land and even bigger paid in his next deal. What do you think makes you the lines trade sleigh now? Well look if they're not going to sign them which I don't think they will. I mean poor sleigh I mean th th they have no pass even though they pay you know I mean look the lions are paying huge money to trey flowers. I mean they. It would cost them ridiculous amounts of money to get rid of trey flowers and so they can't and alliance they do have forty five million worth of cap room now. The rumor about Matthew Stafford's ridiculous. It costs them money. Do I think Matthew staffer would like to go somewhere else and play? Yeah do I think the Lions Could Trade Matthew Stafford? Maybe they would want to in terms of the coach and the g. m. But the ownership isn't GonNa let him trait Stafford and plus. This is the last year. They've got to win sleigh. I mean I think if they could turn sleigh into a hot commodity. But here's the issue if you're the GM of the team and you're trying to build your team and you go and trade say you trade a one for sleigh because you could easily say you know this draft doesn't have a lot of corners. Slaves really good player. He could be a top level. But now you gotta pay them so not only. Do you give up an asset in terms of your traffic. Now you've increased your cap right so it becomes a double edged sword for. Is it really worth it? Is it really kind of? Is that what you WANNA do? And I'm not sure you know like I've been working on my next book and I've been researching people and for the book and and I came across the vogels. Have you ever heard of the vogels? I have not no the vogels. Are these two people that lived in New York City? That one was a policeman in the wife was a librarian. They lived in a four hundred fifty square foot apartment rent controlled apartment and they decided in their life that they were going to buy art so they would buy art but they didn't buy art at the sleigh price they bought art before became variously and so over their lives. They amassed a multi million dollar art collection in this little four hundred and fifty square foot apartment. Okay why and why are the similarities between the vogels and in the NFL? There is because the vogels could identify talent at a reduced rate and it grew. The vogels. DidN'T WANNA pay for Sleigh at a high rate and that is the essence of the NFL. And that we're going to hear a bunch of trades we're going to hear a bunch of player's GonNa get dumped off. The true genius is to be able to find that great player like the the find that great piece of art. That's going to go up in value. Not It's going to go down Seattle Science Greg Olsen for eight million a year. If I were as good as John Schneider as his job I would think look. I'm not going to take a risk on Olsen. He's always hurt. He's not gonNA play all the time. I put eight million. That's a little bit of a liability. I'm GonNa go find me the next Greg Olsen. I think you've got to take that Vogel. Approach while said Olsen VISTA WITH BUFFALO SEATTLE WASHINGTON. Apparently felt most comfortable with the seahawks a one year deal. They're five million of that. Money is guaranteed before we get Ben Writer. Of course every where in the world. Is Tom. Brady going and WanNa Philip rivers former teammates? The past five seasons Melvin. Gordon believes that three era will go into the Indianapolis Colts. That's as far as rivers. That's interesting because that's one of the teams we talked about. Mike. Maybe Brady going to the colts. So what's the latest here on Tom? Why I mean. Look the report that the raiders are going to offer them. Sixty months yeah. I think that's legitimate. I think the raiders are definitely going to be players on on Tom Brady I. I think they will be what they offer. I don't know. But they do have a caveat in this they have Derek Carr and they have car and they could trade car. He's contract until twenty twenty two but his contract is easily tradable so they have an asset so they could replace it to me as we said on the last week pot. The one thing we know for certain is the raiders. Don't love car no matter how much the car family wants to complain about it. That's a fact it's going to be interesting because certainly the rumor mill quieting down when it comes to Tom. Brady or at the raiders could be doing coming up after the break. Special guest. Sports illustrated writer Ben. Right will be on a breakdown. The huge Astra's cheating scandal part of a new cadence Thirteenth Sports Docu series exploring compelling stories and people from the world of sports all that more plus. Sinatra in Palm Springs on the way here on the GM shuffle cars today are like computers on wheels from electronically controlled transmissions to touchscreens displays to dozens of sensors. But.
'Smoke in the Cockpit' With Greg Soter
"Gregg welcome to the there. I was podcast. Thank you Richard. It's a delight to be with you. I appreciate the request. I do want to warn our listeners. This particular incident does involve a fatality and so You know we may deal with some sensitive subjects as we go on so please be aware of that. Do you mind Greg. Sharing with us The events of those day in that one seventy two and tell us what happened. I'd be happy do things Richard couple of years ago. In the spring of the year I had been invited by a local High Tech Company. Here in Utah to fly for them. They manufacture factor very sophisticated radar gear. That has to be tested from the air and they owned a couple of older well experienced well seasoned one seventy twos and and basically what they have their pilots dues. They had taken all the backseat equipment out the seats and so forth and stacked their gear in the backseat area luxury and they would periodically have pilots go up and flight test tracks to test their radar. which has had to be tested from the air it typically that have applied it left seat of course and one of their engineers most typically a non pilot in the right seat and we would go up and fly I track after track after track. these were pretty challenging tracks. You have to keep the position to the airplane Within dozens thousands of feet so that was a little bit challenging but beyond that they were just absolutely mindless well. One morning. June gorgeous gorgeous late. June morning I had been asked to go out and do one of these flights for them so got out to the airport Pre flighted both planes. Since I didn't know which the two I was going to be fine and while I was waiting for the engineering crew to get there and Ended up flying one of the planes Got The equipment On the plane and hooked up up and tested ready to go feel the plane to full fuel and got off the ground and headed down to a little place in the nearby mountains. Utah's generally early mountainous area and We were assigned to go down. Probably I don't know fifty sixty miles away from the Spanish Spanish Work Airport. Where would you parted and to fly these tracks you mentioned? These tracks are very specific profiles in terms of altitudes tatooed headings and perhaps air speeds even and your whole job is to fly these as precisely as you can so that they can measure the accuracy of the reiter later on board is that is that what you're doing that is exactly true. Drove me nuts. I mean I'M A. I'm a reasonably good pilot but I had not been used to maintaining headings and position and so forth within dozens of feet but they've got pretty sophisticated. GPS gear there to to show you where you need to be and yeah so very very precise trout interesting okay. We had been flying I just North South tracks and then or being circular tracks we'd been flying nine for oh I guess Yearly two hours and the engineer in the right seat said Greg we've got smoke in the cockpit Pitt. And that certainly caught my attention. I looked down between my legs and Sure enough there was smoke laughing up Under the seat between my I feed and his feet. No I'm thinking through a one. Seventy two and down on the floor of a typical one seventy two. There's nothing there that would would create an electrical fire. There's no real wires running underneath there to my knowledge is that correct that is correct and let me add to that my first action that I remember taking was reached over and of course in one seventy to go on the speed we were going. You can open the windows Heasley enough gorgeous summer day so I Often my window on the left side and reached over open his window and I also opened. The little soup can vent. I called the Campbell Soup. Net up at the wing root on my aside and that did a very effective job of evacuating the smoke. So that was first thing and I don't remember a time during this whole incident when I smoke accumulated enough to create visibility problems inside the carpet and now at that time were you able to discern was it. Electrical will smoke. Was it engine related smoke. You know the difference between engine related usually black smoke electricals typically light-colored smoke any of that going through your mind were able to. I select what the smoke was and where it's coming from absolutely I. As soon as I had the vending issue dealt with that took me probably a second to second something like that. I look over my right shoulder to the back of the airplane because there was nothing coming up around the firewall but I looked over my right shoulder to the back. The plane rolled. The electric equipment was and Dang I look back there and there was a great big open flame on top of their equipment. Wow you could see that did you can actually see the flame. Oh it was probably six to eight inches high and maybe three to four inches in diameter just burning away just burning away like a little campfire campfire at some point. In time I had been taught if you have got an open flame in an airplane I order business is get that that plane on the ground right now that. Yeah so that thought occurred to me and and this next part. I'm a little embarrassed about but My the first impression was to turn north and head back to the airport from which we had departed which was probably. I don't know ten minutes away. Something like that and I had actually started the north turn and then immediately I thought to myself soda. That is a bad idea. You could easily be a a flaming torch by the time. You got back to Spanish fork to land this thing so I've been in that idea again in about a second and a half then my next Idea was that well. I'm getting this plane on the ground so I started looking around for an emergency landing spot. Couple of factors actress entered into that We were in some Pretty pretty significant foothills I. I won't call them. Mountains back year amounting to us is ten or twelve thousand feet high but these were pretty significant foothills and as I looked around to find the emergency landing spot. I didn't see anything that I thought was appropriate. Appropriate looked left. Looked right now now nothing there. Nothing there of course they still had power no problem there. But because I couldn't spot got a place that I thought was suitable. We had a two lane highway immediately. Below us is highway. Eighty nine and I hit also always been taught that off road or better options than on-road because Traffic of course and be possible. The power lines. Well I'd never had this experience ever had the choice or opportunity decide. Well do I land on the road or do I land somewhere else but given that there were no obvious places elsewhere. I decided well eighty nine. It is that's where I'm going and I'll take my chances. In retrospect I went back down to that but I've been at that site on several occasions since and have looked around and stood there and looking said well Greg you know you could landed ended there you could land it over. There could landed here there and That's Monday morning quarterbacking. I guess but I in retrospect if they're probably worth some places I could have landed might have You know done some pretty serious damage to the plane but not nearly as serious as what turned out to be the case. Yeah the the great difference being you came back when you were at zero nuts one g and all the hindsight available to you without the stress of being airborne in an opened fire in your airplane so a little different situation to assess all the factors that were in front of you in such a short period of time. Thank you Richard. That was very generous. Assume you well you know. I do think it's a hallmark of aviation one of the things that we've seen time and time again on this podcast. Is People like yourself come in an regardless of how well they handled it and the situation ended up. They'll go back and say you know what I could have done what I should have done and I think. That's so admirable admirable and such a powerful part of aviation that no matter how well we do or how we fly. We always go back and debrief ourselves to perfection. And I think it's one of the reasons why we've just continued to progress and become safer and safer jelly aces. That's a big part of our culture. Well I agree and Going back to Being in the air with this open flame in the cockpit after I decided that I was going to land on eighty nine. I decided well I'm GonNa do a quick quick little Mayday broadcast I hear so I quickly dialed up one. Twenty one five and did a mayday call outs in Our number location the fact that we had a fire on board and I was intending to doing -mergency landing was extremely comforting to have some southwest pilot respond immediately to my mayday call. Don't know who that guy was. But he's brother and I love him and I'll I'll thank him forever for Make can hit response and I as I recall he said he would notify center or notify. ATC TC so as soon as I was over I decided okay. I'm I'm done with radio. It's time to fly this airplane. I'm guessing that I was probably at about fifteen hundred yell at that point in time when you first notice the flame or probably I think I was at two thousand when I first noticed the flame. Okay and by the by the time I had Discovered what was going on. You know started my turn that I aborted and made the the mayday call. I'm and this is I guess I I wish I had better memory of the details of this but I'm thinking I was at about fifteen hundred assuming I would have descended and maybe five hundred feet a medic. That gave me three minutes to deal with this whole situation Hey you know that in one sense that's a long time
Warriors vs. Nuggets: Pregame
"Good now let's talk about once again the number to Shorty hit again tonight like they're missing three starters in five total players so once again in your first match of the season gets in touch it like these these games against the Utah Jazz in the second half of the season could have some monumental impact on who's going to you know holds these playoff games they wanted to each other in the playoffs so how did the nuggets a short handed as they are tonight get it done I guess you touched well you to to be you know to go do it how did how did you see going to Utah and beat them with hard and was right well course course of events that was well okay the Martin are they who I think is really not done a lot of fits right since I gold state game right three or four days before that they moved him back to bite out of that starting point they're gonna bring Mante in and they're going to put a barn wedding is a better more more efficient position it to guard maybe that helps them but they they can have somebody blow up in the joker's told the triple double low numbers left to right Jerry grants been good but they need a perimeter guy now that it's open now I don't know if that you know it and that's the problem I mean well I mean just look at it this way I mean I don't know how this is a tough ask you miss can you missing for pure top seven guys in your rotation so imagine the Utah Jazz Senate okay you get Donovan Mitchell because the nuggets have their best player but now they would play tonight's game without Rudy go bear boy on Bogdanovich Royce o'neal and showing yes you know what I mean right there I mean if you want you to one of chance no I know and and then I could still have a fighting chance just that's just a credit to their death but what can't happen here is now you've got a you've taken all all of all the gaps of errors that you have in the game by missing for starters what I mean by that is you don't have a lot of room to screw up now right you know what I mean so you can't you can't afford the leak Beasley to go to for ten right you can't afford will bark nickel one for night right so everybody has to have a pretty good game they don't have to be great but they just they just got to be solid like he can't shoot thirty seven percent floor down by misinformed your top seven due to just not gonna happen but which they did in in Memphis and and I know they give a thirty one of the first of a still who'd been averaging two hundred twenty only got a hundred for right score ninety five it should be thirty five percent right right and that was actually be pretty good from three and actually you kind of have a chance to win their late second yeah yeah Memphis was just begging to give the game away yeah they they got it yeah they they they were looking for for some reason a baby who who's your you see health player to watch tonight it's got to be somebody on the on the inside here bird because the nuggets get banged up on the glass this this is not going to go well so I guess one of the goal of the only open on both ends not only to be got to control the rebounding after Utah miss a shot but he's gonna have to carry the mother's load on the office of and for Denver and a tough task for for joker they have to have me do that but Rudy gold there place him as well as big Italy he gains long enough that he can keep all the drives outside a contested three if jokers hit shots outside that that'll help them for a lot of is it a I thank the third time in our career but nothing compared to when rocky shot that teacher up into the club hi my car right from right way to go is this a high or low scoring game it's got to be a lower scoring gamer because these are two of the best defenses in the NBA so you think both are going to cut want to come out and control this at the pace as much as they can you do that on the defense advanced all right how about the keys to the contest well for me bird is this is gonna be two main things whatever they have to find a way to control the pace and you start from there and you can kind of work on your outside the fence as you go so Denver's gotta find a way not to get clobbered on the glass Utah's number three of the NBA an overall rebounding and they're very good defensive team so that would suggest to me for his number's gonna take care of the basketball without with missing all these dudes if they give up north of sixteen turnovers it could be a long night for the good guys and the good news is you talk doesn't turn people over but they protect the ram inside the zero to three three you know what zero to three three teams are only get there for about twenty five percent of their offices they keep people out of town the fate thing office for they got sixty seven guys should at least thirty seven thank god one two three four due to shoot over forty and all of a with I'll go over three hundred forty four tips to forty five attempts one forty one right one so this is a like a for a kid guys right right to due to shoot in the hundreds of attempts already more due to over forty percent that's it that's not yeah that's not too shabby I think one of the missiles on pace to make to order fifty three this season which would crush the jazz records like they're just shoot lot of three
ESPN anchor Elle Duncan gives emotional Kobe Bryant tribute
"Another one of my favorite tributes that's come out since we last signed off last night what is a tribute from ESPN anchor al Duncan unlike sacks only met Kobe once at an ESPN event a couple years ago she said she was eight months pregnant at the time he asked her whether she was expecting a girl or boy when she said girl his eyes lit up girls are the best she says Kobe told there he then asked him for advice on raising girls and he said just be grateful that you've been given the gift because girls are
NBA All-Star starters announced: LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo captains again
"All right east and west all star starters had been announced Yanis and lebron of the captains joining us in the US trade young Kemba Walker paschal see ya coming Jo Ellan beat out west look at don change James harden Kawhi Leonard and that the Davis also in the starting lineup with
How does Kawhi Leonard celebrate Christmas? "That's private."
"You guys so Kawhi Leonard was asked today how you celebrate Christmas Eve and he said quote that's private I don't discuss those type of things with you guys okay my question cool why would be what type of things do you discuss because I want to know and I want to talk to you only about that cool what is the most unusual face of a league that we maybe have ever had now I'm not one of those people that think they always something it is their responsibility to talk to the media because we're kind of went to the fans I don't care about that stuff like you're an adult if you want to talk if you don't want to talk that's fine too I still got a job to do you got a job to do do your job at a high level I try to do my job at a high level both of us can both function our own spaces up I don't really care enough about it but I do want to know when kawaii says that's private I don't discuss that with you guys I don't know what you discuss let me know what it is I want to know what it is because you can't describe what you like to do in your free time you can't always go Christmas Eve what do you discuss I want to know how to learn more about compiler I'd love to I'd love required to do a podcast to open up and talk more about his likes and dislikes I hope we get that some day someone shared a story and they sweat they said I once asked Russell Westbrook what he did on his day off he responded quote I minded my own business and stay out of yours that is the most Russell Westbrook response to a question I've ever heard in my entire life I cannot think of a better response for a question from Russell Wilson been the one
Jimmy Butler Leads Heat to Overtime Win vs. Trae Young, Hawks
"In Miami its the Atlanta Hawks taken on the heat the heat be the **** beat beat the hawks twice a day and a three day span at all home home series in October and a Miami one both of those pretty easily Trey young played only a little bit in the first contest and then he left the injury with a sprained ankle and didn't play in that second game but in tonight's game it's Vince Carter lead away would twelve point old man swag belly that tonight Vince Carter of the Atlanta Hawks became just the fifth player in the history of the N. B. A. to
Nuggets win 96-92 after Celtics’ Walker has head injury
"Luggage playing games to all four game homestand as they welcome in the number two team in the Eastern Conference the Boston Celtics but in the early going in this one it was all paid for read on your Martin St Louis injuries well Barton who's been amazing all season long is a one of two players in double figures for the negative have medevac will leave the nuggets to score with a Levin point in almost eighteen minutes of action there was a stretch there in the first quarter where the nuggets were all over the Celtics defensively and then often simply they were doing stuff like that Dr two one great but in the this is any worse for Boston I don't know what they were trying to accomplish in ninety six Gary hairs thrown it down in the first quarter and when he wasn't scoring the blue where was very happy to be both hectic almost cold on Amazon gets about two grand shop pocket for gotta do something years word gets yeah crossover wards crossover twice and then he was gone left in it Wanamaker had no idea what happened there small Murray seven points in the first quarter will point to the first quarter the nuggets shot fifty two in an opening frame from the field well the Celtic shot twenty four percent from the field in the first quarter and then a twenty seven to thirteen sort of the second quarter we go and while in the first quarter the nuggets starters played almost the end our first quarter they played eleven of the twelve minutes in the first four in the second quarter it's the bench provided it to a day the problem with mass of the right sideline outsmarting Moore's law to down on the elbow to Mason Plumlee it's a piece backing down Wanamaker grows out of a different for three thirty six to nineteen is a score Denver leads in the nuggets bailed out a little bit there there because want to come down with basic has wanna make around I agree it's got five points and four rebounds just eight minutes of action the First Avenue to close this first happened oops out if you will the thrill inbound ghost will bark he picks it up he's at the cross the time line two seconds left will take a three the new so that was very terrible the fence right there he stepped into it so easily I mean he was wide
Brazil's former President Lula released from prison
"Former president Louis Lula da Silva has has been released on one of the first things he did was to address thousands of his jubilant supporters. The Metalworkers Union in Sao Paulo Monaco's Latin American affairs is correspondent leasing. The Elliott was there and I'm delighted to say. She joins us on the line. Now Welcome back to monocle twenty four. Listen what were things like on Saturday. When Lula appeared appeared was I stay really sort of marked a move really away from Lulu the political prisoner Emerton Lou? The politician thousands of people as you say gathered outside right the union where his political career really took off back in the one thousand nine hundred and they were there to hear his public address and it was a carnival of sorts with live music coming home really that that contrasted hugely to the very somber mood last time. The Workers Party supporters met at the site in April of last year when Luder actually handed ended himself into the authorities and went to prison. We stayed until fairly late. And there was a brief moment where he sort of popped his head out of the Union Wendo to say good night but it was certainly one of if one of celebration on Saturday and also there is a sense that this is a political breakthrough because yes he has been imprisoned and no he. The corruption charges have not been dropped and no he can't run for public office but this is him positioning himself back in the political limelight. Isn't it yet. He certainly and he reiterated his political ambitions of the weekend naturally said that the left can take back reveals presidency in the twenty twenty two election. Technically yes he's barred from running running for public office because of the conviction because of the charges against him but there were talks actually of a national tour in coming weeks or months where he set to meet with constituents truants. I mean there haven't been further details about that whether he actually manages to eventually become a candidate again. What is clear he seems to be trying to? Galvanize is in reinvigorate the left in Brazil because up until now there's been a distinct lack the plausible opposition figure to Bolsonaro since he took office a little over eleven months months ago and unloader appears to want to be just that. Do you think he will be able to be plausible political figure given the fact that he has got such a backstory that no one can forget get I mean for his detractors. Lulu still remains a highly controversial figure and is blamed for fostering a culture of corruption in Brazil and should be kept opt in prison. I mean I remember. When he was jailed back in April last year there were fireworks going off in parts of the country and celebration and also on Saturday? Although it wasn't as widely reported did but pro Bolsonaro groups really came together in the city of some Paolo in supported. The president's and to many of the millions voted for Bolsonaro in the last election. Lueders release piece is is a reminder of exactly why they did and there have been talks among political analysts early this morning that say that maybe it's not the best moves by the Workers Party to out him. At Center stage we see how in Argentina recently by putting polarizing but nevertheless still powerful figure Christina kitchener further in the background. You know she ran as vice president. That really paid off and she liked. Lula had a string of corruption related charges against her But being in the backseat so so yes. This is still very much up for debate at a whether it would be a a move sorts. Tell us a little bit more about what his the next move can possibly given the fact that he's barred from standing for office but nonetheless is not barred from speaking in public exactly so the charges haven't been dropped against against him what's changed. Since Thursday's Supreme Court ruling is that he can appeal but as a free man and very publicly before he had to exhaust. The appeals process from jail and this is also applied to thousands of other inmates here in Brazil his conviction relating to the beach side apartment stands and his lawyers said the over the coming weeks immediately. They're going to continue to appeal because he was serving this for eight years and ten months for corruption and money laundering and still faces a half a half dozen corruption. Trials luda still whoa denies all the charges and he's urging that they're politically motivated in order to keep him out of the presidential election and but for the moment you know the the main thing is that he's out in public. Listen to relate. Thank you very much indeed for joining his own monocle twenty four. Let's get more on this now. From Ovarian Fernando Pacheco Echo Fernando is native of Sao Paulo and was back home visiting his family over the weekend. In fact just off the plane hunting your finances so welcome to the studio. Just tell us a little bit more about what it it was like to be in Sao Paulo in your hometown and see Lula back in the headlines again. First of all he was such a surprise. I was not predicting This decision decision by the Supreme Court and when it was announced of course it was big news in Brazil it was on tv all the time. I had to cancel my evening plans because as a good journalist even on holiday today I was I mean He Luli such one of the most important political figures in Brazil ever in a way and as listened to say he's quite divisive You either loving or hating. It's very difficult to not have an opinion about Lula in a way and interesting. Because you know I'm from some Paolo which is actually political conservative states especially in recent years so perhaps I got a different vibe. I'm sure Lula has many supporters in the northeast. But where I was in symbolic impala could fuel a lot of people actually attacking the Supreme Court For our the ruling can be felt in the streets got it because I mean Brazil has never been Brazilians. Excellent never been backwards in coming forward and expressing their political opinion in the streets but Your mum is from Sao Paulo and she's a therapist isn't she says she's gentle lovely lovely soul anyone who's been lucky enough to meet Fernandez. Mother will have their life slightly enrich via. But you get but even she has been subject to political Michael victimization. Doesn't she's by simply going on. Line trolling is rife absolutely me Shirota. Something like democracy or on her social media and and so leaving among her group of friends people were attacking and some people start even swearing. I mean she even decided to delete that and it is true Even in Brazil some point I was covering the election eighteen. I kind of I felt kind of a some sort of fear when I was in the cab. If I wanted to express my political opinion lenient because people. They're very heated. They will call you names. I mean I'm not saying everyone does that but it is very heated moment In Brazil the moment dis. I think that the release of Leila a man who's who so intrinsically linked with Brazil's past and with all the corruption that goes was with it is the right person to change the political game in Brazil given the fact that Bolsonaro in many ways is an open goal given how deeply deeply unpopular he is with certain areas of society. This is so hard ammo because let's not forget. Lula is a fantastic reiter. I mean when he spoke when he was released released. I mean it was like Oh my God finally have a challenger to both scenario but I agree with you this is a man also who hated by many Brazilians and a person that that is hated by almost half of the population. I think it's quite hard for him to be kind of become president again for example. We don't have leaders Such such as Lulu or even a bolt sonar. We don't see a new generation coming up at least at the moment so it's going to be very hard and aggressive in check. I thank you very much indeed for joining me in the
New York Giants bench Eli Manning for Daniel Jones
"All right bill the giants are into they enter week three with a new quarterback Eli manning heads to the bench the giants have made the change will start rookie Daniel Jones in Tampa on Sunday against the
Grisham, Brewers And Baseball discussed on Reiter than You
"The brewers week by the twin sixty five rookie tread Grisham had the big blow a go ahead three run home run in the bottom of the eighth you keep looking commits to run games your own game always within swing and then I just had a baseball plan taken double reeds going longer bats grind down and used for like some good
Raiders receiver Antonio Brown loses grievance over helmet
"Look it appears the Antonio brown helmet saga is nearing an end the raiders star receiver lost his grievance against the league to wear as old helmet he says he will report to the team soon and where the New required helmet as directed by the league brown is still out for the time being as he deals with frostbitten feet as he got but he got from a cryogenic therapy chamber in France
NBA approves use of coach's challenge in '19-20
"All right from the NBA the board of governors as past the implementation get this out of in game challenge flags for head coach is now they won't exactly be physically thrown flags it'll be a signal from the coach from the bench but again the board of governors has passed that and they'll be in game challenges for coaches in the upcoming
Bieber, Hendriks, Muncy named All-Star fill-ins; Rendon out
"Oakland's Liam Hendriks Shane beaver be Indians and the Dodgers Max Muncie added to the rosters with Mike minor Charlie Morton and pretty red dawn dropping out due to injuries or rehab CC so badly will be honored to Tuesday's all star game the veteran left hander Spanish for seven and a half years with the Indians a three time all star for Cleveland and the twenty oh seven saw young
"reiter" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Com. He's Bill Reiter, and he's righter than you. I worry. The Josh Rosen is ruined over this decision to bring in cliff Kingsbury because you give Rosen three head coaches in however, many years of kings is fired and a couple of years. That's how you ruin a quarterback quarterback who's been a Brown. Pre Baker Mayfield. They'll tell you Jeff for coaching change it for coaching change new system after new system after new system it will break a young quarterback writer, weeknights six to ten eastern only on CBS sports radio. Stay up late with Amy Lawrence. Whatever you think or don't pink about Nick foles. The fact that this story keeps adding chapters that the part that I can't get over just when you thought Carson Wentz would have potentially a shot in the playoffs. At the eagles were doing everything they could to stay alive in cling to shreds of hope, here's falls again. Adding yet another chapter to a story in the postseason after hours with any Lawrence overnights. Two to six eastern on CBS sports radio. Join Jim Rome in the jungle weekdays from twelve to three Easter exclusively on CBS sports radio. Rider with you here CBS sports radio. Thanks for hanging out. Welterweight.
Williamson helps No. 2 Duke top unbeaten Texas Tech
"Rebounds. He did foul out. But again, sixty nine fifty eight win for Duke. They improved to eleven at one Texas Tech falls to ten one. How about Houston twenty first ranked Cougars are now eleven or no they come from behind to beat Utah state, sixty two fifty college football tonight. It's the one and only Gasparilla bowl. It gets no better than that Marshall in south Florida at the half
"reiter" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show
"What flies in cybernetic house hoops that comma doesn't belong there. What flies in cybernetic house. Okay. Time flies. But measuring how long it takes other things to fly is one of the ways we get the house to come to its senses or more accurately. It's one of the ways we add senses to the house confused yet. Don't worry if you haven't yet figured out my opening puns, I'll soon unravel them, but let's start with some things you may know a little bit about radar blips are microwave pulses that echo back when they balance off something, and you know how far away that something is by measuring their round trip time. That distance part of right are works by measuring the time of flight of radio waves usually microwave because the higher the frequency, the higher the resolution of the radar beams you've heard of radar and you know there are different kinds different. As it can work. But this basic time of flight underpinning of the technology is the only part I want to get into right now. You may have heard of sonar where pulse of sound is sent through water and the system listens for its echo when it bounces off of something in the case of sonar, that distance measurement involves the time of flight of sound through water. If the time of flight seem strange for water, you can either think, but it's the time of swim or just accept the convention and think of a speed of sound Manta Ray flying, underwater time of flight of sound and water. Am I hearing some of you tell me that sonar also works in the air while the does and not many people are deep geek enough to know that the proper term for that is soda with the d. instead of an end, it's the proper term for measuring distance by measuring the time of flight of an audio blip through air soda. Do I care to you. Ucare. I just don't want anybody to be confused by that. The same technique is also used to take measurements inside solids, liquids. It's also part of the makeup of the ultrasound. Imagers for example, let you see the developing baby will still inside mommy sonograms on autograph and more industrial forms of ultrasonic imaging are all kissing cousins in this realm. Then there's the darling of the self-driving cars. Light are the laser version of Reiter, which measures that time of flight of a blip of light between when the pulse goes out and when the companion photodetectors senses it somewhere between math class and physics class, you'll learn the classic formula. Our t. equals.
"reiter" Discussed on Early to Rise Radio
"After that promotes wellbeing for your ploys and also a great product for your customers or clients in any includes things like how do we treat people in this company i don't eat tree each other how to wait mileage people in his company how do we how do we celebrate them and how do we celebrate the accomplishments not only of the individual people but the accomplishments and the goals of our company in how do we interact with customers clients do you know certain companies are known for their service in how well they treat their their employees in other companies it's like whoa customers employer they're just you know numbers they represent money in our pocket other corporate cultures not we want to be known for how well we treat our customers in you might think something like nordstroms for example who you know started at his shoe company and you can return a pair of shoes in a year later in the end they don't ask any questions because they have this corporate culture that we are here to be of service to our customers and and within the company you know certain companies have a culture where a week value the human capital within our company how we treat people in in this is this is something that gives employs extensive again belonging to something reiter than themselves something they can be proud of something that they'd had a part in creating something that they care about and that's the same thing in a family of family has a corporate culture as well i know family who you know around from time to time rum their dinner table they would say you know we are we are the smiths in we're kind to people hey i ending were kind to people and that was just want something that they wanted to.
"reiter" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"If i have any message say is be radical and fight however you can is far as you know rhetoric learn about these social justice warriors and learn how to take them down and talk to anybody you can about them so that they can be educated especially if they have kids that are going to go off to college all right man amen amen to all of that the book is the kids are not all right it's fantastic man congratulations do it really is excellent my highly recommended to everybody where can they go get the book where can they listen to the podcasts okay the book is on amazon search mance reiter as you'll you'll see my first book you'll see the you'll see this book you'll see the kids are not alright the podcast is at freeman beyond the wall dot com if you if you go to itunes stitcher google play you'll see just search freeman beyond the wall if you go onto if you gonna libertarian institute dot oregon the blog section my podcasts are also listed there so check out the book give it give it to a teenager let them find out what what they're in force actually if they wanna go to higher you know higher learning institutes of higher learning so that they can have something to fight this indoctrination that's inevitable i brother will look man i it was great having you on again i look forward to next time dude i appreciate it thanks for great episode thanks everybody for listening that's it we'll be back on friday with a brand new episode piece.
"reiter" Discussed on Homo Sapiens
"That i remember thinking they will come year when suddenly the management doesn't mention meeting account to me and i thought that was funny in itself is never mentioned happened to the coming anyway paper we've got castro 'em when you open then you quality street tin for christmas did you ever do racy the first calendar all the second condo i did they clearly copying as any other photo like this james dean and then you end up looking like basil brush and they put me in jeans and a twinkie i was a twin you were i know still learning mccown not the reiter meeting these chocolate and i was in jeans that's it with a toothbrush with my mouth thing google with awful highlights to engrossed what year was that the one to incident two thousand three topless will young topless toothbrush i know how to such these two point oh yeah james franco shirtless count face no nothing i can i say topless people with two i in them out is the thing though it's just that kind of like every day oh it's just oh it's just me i could be a boyfriend just brushing my teeth the thing is i wasn't brushing my teeth i was landing there ever the toothbrush plunked into my mouth i wasn't even in a bathroom where we go pick a winner william do we pick a winner i like i like the that one that doesn't help for listeners.
"reiter" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Near side brice reiter on the wing with at guarded by numerous it's amanda man defense for davis but it's a very extend amanda amanda knocked back into the backwardness time darwin tracked down fifteen issue for operators bringing back across side doubt dow looks inside the was back in a way as a catholic don't in stolen by then set fit turnover on behalf of opposite darci larson down low age good cut to the basket boys can't finish ching amazon the tip that won't go either rayban atta by were not a couple of chances that time for the eagles can't convert a chance here for wide to bring it back within single digits your side reiter the baseline stop split to defend his back out the dow will daladier side darwin darwin german retail like expect outside chain del wants a three it's up and no good rebound grabbi by darwin though that gutted dow on the fresh 35 for the huskies the dow of foul as mitch larson trying to get in forever but in from the sign be a foul on mitch i'll be his third the thirteen foul as well shania anderson outplay blowback in for david reiter going to throw the ball in for a while put it it's mojo ball into dow chain dow with it that halfcourt near side to darwin thereby mitch larsen was a run a screen that's between to defend upper two and blocked at the ramstein sapped with the rejection daily that the ball the other way near silahsan he wants to three in transition no good we've been a big momentum booster therefore davies but a rebound grabbi shane dallas malls player on the court dow around a screen ticks back out darwin that's across a reiter reader back out the dow off a his hands off of his foot and across half court and we'll be back and forth violation on wipe it in turn over again on the huskies there six of the half the 15th total no timeouts left for jeff romped to call though after that renault law thrown into larsen larsson the neiman follow away from the basketball as larson we're trying to cut down towards the.
"reiter" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The real estate you're buying the financing behind it the cash flow what's the cap rate right this stuff down you know what i'm talking about go research it if you're gonna buy investment proper you better figure out the cap rate if the cav rate's not good you walk away can't tell you how many people i talk to all the time even though a cab rate means oh get real estate if you don't understand what you're doing another idea to focus on is cash flow instead of rate of return again cash flow instead of rate of return focus on the cash flow your investments generated as opposed to the reiter return they promise or average here's the concept when you retire you're going gonna need income and in investments cashflow represents the amount of income you may expect to generate on an annual basis and this is money that you're going to spend and live on in cash low comes from these kind of things right this down dividends payments that come from say and insurance type policy that are backed up by the claims paying ability of that particular company again you can hear the detail we gotta get into these things to see what's all about cds pay interest is are not without risk though treasuries you've seen this week there's been volatility so figure out what sort of maturity make sense of what kind of interest rate makes sense and again make some interest on your money don't just let it sit there earned zero that does nothing for.
"reiter" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Buying the financing behind it the cash flow what's the cap rate right this stuff down on talking about go research it you're gonna buy investment property bear figure out the cap rate at the cav rate's not good you walk away can't tell you how many people i talk to all time even know a cab rate means no get real estate if you don't understand what you're doing another idea to focus on is cash flow instead of rate of return saragan cash flow instead of rate of return focus on the cash flow your investments generate as opposed to the reiter returned they promise or average here's the concept when you retire you're going gonna need income and in investments cashflow represents the amount of income you may expect to generate on an annual basis and this is money that you're going to spend in live on in cash low comes from these kind of things right this down dividends payments that come from say in insurance type policy that are backed up by the claims paying ability of that particular company again you can hear the detail we gotta get into these things to see what is all about cds pay interest as your is there not without risk though treasuries you've seen this week there's been volatility so figure out what sort of maturity make sense of what kind of interest rate make sense and again make some interest on your money don't just let it sit there earned zero it is nothing for.
"reiter" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Check out espn films newly released thirty for thirty podcast from the producers of our awardwinning documentary series this is an amazing collection of sports stories you need to hear of tripled speaking of amazing delta airlines and the flag delta app make your travel experience amisi easy with realtime backtracking deporting and passports gaining during checking and don't forget the download thirty for thirty podcast the bill your flight with stories that will keep you coming back for more this is the sporting life on espn radio and the espn al here's jeremy shia perhaps it will be this time history the public has the press been under such sustained attack the forces assembled against the poor speed means everything from the technologists in silicon valley who destroyed the old print business model to the president himself with his constant cries of fake news clearly this is the time when the media needs its own hero someone who can restore the public's faith in a free press in upton sinclair walter cronkite a jimmy olsen this week we found our man the aptly named ben writer the sports illustrated baseball specialists who predicted that the houston astros would win the 2017 world series he didn't make his pick at the beginning of the season were last season or the season before that he made his pick all the way back in two thousand fourteen when houston was just about as dreadful as a team can be turns out rider was right in its cover story was the opposite of fake news to paraphrase mariah carey sometimes a hero comes along sure you could say the real heroes are spranger incorion verleger.
"reiter" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"He had a dogged what you named your dog and why because they came out with a list and this is four this year or 2017 the twenty most popular dogged names of 2017 now before we go to the phones no here's what i mean about a cool story behind while you named dog what you make you remember doubled down this spin year years since we worked with my stomach days anyway doubled down just texted me give a little dog he says we named our guy grim g r i m for two reasons it was one of our favorite shows at the time you remember the show oh yeah yeah as one of our favorite shows at the time and also because he was so tiny there was nothing to him he was almost like skin and bones and so scrawny that he looked like the grim reaper we had to give him something mean because he's such a tiny little guys will we tried to toughen among puff up his confidence exactly exactly that's a cool story i like mike in cults neck you're in new jersey wanna 15 hey boys you i and what's up hey i had a a boxer he was awesome a larger boxer and i named him reiter a lotta people can use it thinking it was after the football team but it was actually be one of the first military are slobs groups we had were marine raiders hit have like a little swagger winter the puppy it fit tuesday matters yeah but not not not not immediate very good around paran kid and what not yet when something wasn't right he'd step right up he was off that's that's cool now are you are you have a military background or just mad respect fly dear dear julia you area so i'm on i'm trying to come up with the name par next boxer he passed off somebody on the show will give me an idea schwarzkopf name schwarzkopf opinion henry or why it right now you know wider why i don't know well it's kind of a people name not not everybody is going to adhere to be doyle dodgers pointed out mike.
"reiter" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Was just it gives you a chance to win every single time you out there wind drew hoffer was in few last week reiter fan and you know i think understandably east a word about the defense and it should be it should be is it a champion should be fitted with two television yesterday all credit maybe they're building toward that but until they do something in the playoffs you have questions about their defense and bureau like i just said no said him it's understandable he's i got a woman quarterback having to go out there and win every game a released to have that option but what is it when you're with the team at you've been with teams and travel with them when you're quarterback is special it's a belief if if hey if we if we play well when wade if we get behind we got our guy in a weight it is fourth quarters tie game we got our guy like or if you were the reiter defense and you're still trying to figure things tell you it added to this guy was your leg over me if we just do our job and just give them the ball back we'll be okay and if if you as the defense if you understand that vets all you have to do then you feel there's a certain freedom to that and so i do think that that is something that the raiders can build on but in and again two out of the we're in a different anybody else we make a drastic pronouncements good and bad about individuals in teams eight creams are done have with one week of football i'll say this and it's because we're big fans of him nudges of the football player but as a man marschall lynchpin able to eat up clock it takes some of that pressure off a derrick car is definitely going to pay dividends down the road well and you saw it a little bit with the cowboys last night too i did is therefore to give italy in the the pretty passing world of the nfl the ability to dominate the line of scrimmage nabil see them to run in a physically impose your will that takes good too great in terms of teams and so carolina manhandled the 900 line but the raiders were able to run on the titans when they wanted to a needed to.
"reiter" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
"Is a much nicer way to put it that is because it if i recall correctly for his you you said la is so boring that your imagination becomes your life yeah no i mean there's another down time and sort of you're not as and over stimulated by humanity as you are new york but i i think it's a good thing and i meant it in the best possible where one more question about place and then we'll get to the heavy stuff you reference in the book one of the characters a world through the kurds actually live in graduate housing near harvard i believe right yeah the mother gloria reiter area there yeah in this graduate housing that you compared to a prison are you talking about peabody terrace yeah i think i used their why god it does little kind of like a prison right it's really well yeah that's hilarious but i mean this is what i loved about the book so much like every other page i was like okay that's my life that's oh my god she got me because like you know one of the big themes in the book is how black people people who see themselves as black how they constantly figure out into fine and the search their blackness and in the book marie is having a tough road of it because of the color of her skin but when i thought about more you know i am a black person who you see and you know than a black right away.
"reiter" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Female character to play with two reiter won through three were good classic even to mirror anniversary was good the remake and the sequel played a sequel to remake was good the remake looked like it was very cool is it looked like it was actually like a a real kind of experience that you would have if you were some sort of random adventurer he would be i'm gonna say hello all gf bro halo had maybe three good games in the kildee they killed it yes how do they kill it it's been the same thing in the story of guiding more and more gouveia they've gone on player i think multiplayer peak that maybe halo three in my opinion i didn't like the last games multiplayer by mieno now i think about it the campaign inhaler forecast sucked oh wow baraan some random halo and there's is weird as like artificial intelligence robot thing that is a douche back cool cortana has been corrupted we got to savour spoiler alert you we could it she's dead tractors sexualizing our two which was weird with mater hot hotline officially intelligence gated my brain girl bush already video game franchise i feel like i be the i'd be lying if i said to me because i never had playstation one or two and that makes that rules me out of a lot of them to reiter changed the game when it first came out there was nothing now look to play like it when it first came out back in which aid was one of the first three games at aigner errors big for playstation like that oh man it's tough for me to say because i really haven't played as many fit the video game franchises that i have played i have loved them pretty much stick with them for a while i i there have been very few videogame purchases that i have made and i regret all all i have it i have it i have it i haven't i haven't matt in madden is the most overrated video game series because it is never as good as it could be it is never as good as it could be they peak demand two thousand six mad in two thousand six that game was good and then all of a sudden they go to the next generation and it took.