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Coronavirus cases continue to climb as more young people test positive

Total Information AM

00:25 sec | 4 d ago

Coronavirus cases continue to climb as more young people test positive

"Go up doctors in several states that are seeing coronavirus searches are concerned about more young people testing positive Dr off with Rory follow as Arkansas's deputy chief medical officer people under five years another reason for worry Dr Bolles is most of the young people testing positive for covert nineteen and his state have no

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Mackenzie Hughes shoots 60 for 3-shot lead at Travelers

Derek Hunter

00:19 sec | Last week

Mackenzie Hughes shoots 60 for 3-shot lead at Travelers

"Mackenzie Hughes shot a career low sixty and it led by three shots after the first round of the travelers championship the twenty nine year old Canadian flirted with fifty nine yesterday as the PGA tour tried to switch its focus back to golf amid growing concerns about the corona virus he has a three shot lead over Rory McElroy Xander sharply and Victor

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"rory it" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

GOLF.com Podcast

03:10 min | Last week

"rory it" Discussed on GOLF.com Podcast

"No, you kind of. The local support was still so strong for him I'm just so proud of everyone involved in this tournament and bringing it the Northern Ireland. I, I wish the ending for me would have been written a little bit differently, but. It's been an awesome experience and I can't wait to come back here in a few years and planning another open I mean that was that was amazing to watch and I think that's really when I got the full sense of the community support, and and I you know like you said that pressure wasn't necessarily coming from outside of really just coming from within everyone was there supporting him and rooting him on and. He was the one that was applying that pressure doing self. It seems like that's right. Yeah, I'm in a difficult on that I. Tell You the first day for them. You know just. Think that the whole thing just had him on the t, the noise and the people around him, but you know it did. It did make good charge in the second day. It was just A. Couple of shots would have done it, but there you go well it, so then I wonder just to to wrap us up here. If there are any lessons that you've taken from from raising rory to teaching junior golfers everywhere, and if there's any big lesson from worked out so well with rory. You need to take your child to P J crew. You need to find somewhere where the play golf. Once they swinging. And you gotta find someone to look off them. WHO's got patience? Patience is the big thing with children. And they've. Got To enjoy themselves gotta be couldn't environment where the con- enjoy themselves? and. Just let's see what happens. It's amazing. Well. It's an amazing story. And I'm excited to see more of your show. It's called breaking into the Game Juniors. It's going to be on golf pass and and Michael Wood. That's where we're GONNA. See all kinds of tips for for you for other juniors. That's at the tips are in their. Of many other ones, but they're in their. Hopefully we can. We can involve a lot of juniors and some parents. Grandparents can get their kids I'd swing in because it's a great game. You know it's it's very You know you make friendships for life. gets you in the fresh air and I mean. Continue as well good for your mental health. That's right now more than ever. We're seeing it's A. It's a great way to be outside you getting fresh air, getting exercise and. It's a beautiful thing, and and we were you. And I and rory and so many others were lucky to get a club in our hands pretty early on. Yes very looking. Thanks so much. Michael Thank you Dylan. That's going to do it for this week's episode of the drop zone. Thanks so much to Michael Ben and for joining us his shows breaking into the game. Juniors and you can find that on golf pass. Thanks also to leave finer expertly produced this week's episode and thanks to you for listening. We'll see next week..

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PGA Tour returns: Xander Schauffele leads with Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy in contention

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:26 min | 2 weeks ago

PGA Tour returns: Xander Schauffele leads with Justin Rose and Rory McIlroy in contention

"Challenge in fort worth Texas marking the PGA tour's return after a three month absence Lehman with a five under par sixty five left him just two shots off the lead after which she reflected on the significance of the moment of silence all over the course and the surrounding grounds at colonial at eight forty six AM not just in Thursday's first round but in all four rounds in memory of George Floyd I think everybody needs to feel deeply what happened and then to hurt deeply because of what happened to George Floyd I think everybody needs to understand that that when you have a absolute disregard for the suffering or pain of somebody else or the death of you because on somebody else if you have no regard for that you are a part of the problem you need to get your other so I would say that's probably the thing I took away from Mrs of let's let's just understand that we're all human beings need to care about each other if you can't do that then I feel sorry for you what Tom Lehman did during that moment of silence I prayed I just prayed for our country yeah I pray for that that man's family for George's family I pray for his soul you know pray just pray that guard the chaos that we live in can the be wisely move forward is so that decisions are made that actually are meaningful and

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With Precautions, Golf Is Back

Fore Play

00:17 sec | 3 weeks ago

With Precautions, Golf Is Back

"Guess what golf backpage towards professional. Golf's back and I saw we got. Fifty nine hours of live coverage the colonial this week. A bunch of guys who plan that probably otherwise wouldn't play rory. Brooks Wada huge names speed almost like we just like took a year off, and we're back

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Tiger Woods back in Top 10 Highest Paid Athletes

Sal Licata

01:29 min | Last month

Tiger Woods back in Top 10 Highest Paid Athletes

"Came out with their annual listing of athletes who have earned the most money for golfers cracked the top one hundred three in the top twenty five Tiger Woods is number eight on the list he made sixty two point three million dollars last year sixty million of that coming from endorsements and it's the article said that since nineteen ninety six when tiger turned pro he has earned one point five billion dollars from endorsements appearances and course design fees Rory McElroy was fourteenth analysts netting fifty two million last year thirty million from endorsements and don't forget you know anyone the tour championship and the FedExCup he won fifteen million right there Phil Mickelson was twenty five on the Forbes list of top earners as far as athletes go medicine earned eight hundred thousand from playing last year but pulled in forty mil from endorsements and overall Mickelson has made seven hundred and fifty million from endorsements through the years incredible Jordan Spieth's he's on the list at number fifty two despite the fact that he had a poor season last year twenty six million out of twenty seven point six million last year for speed came from endorsements his under armour deals huge and he was at the very top of the list none other than Roger Federer he made a hundred and six point three mil last year with a hundred million of that coming from tournaments

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SCOTUS allows restrictions on church attendance in California amid COVID-19

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:10 min | Last month

SCOTUS allows restrictions on church attendance in California amid COVID-19

"U. S. Supreme Court has denied a southern California churches request to strike down state restrictions on religious gatherings imposed because of the covert nineteen pandemic KCBS reporter Melissa call Ross tells us tonight the High Court has ruled that such restrictions do not violate the first amendment the South Bay United Pentecostal church in Chula Vista brought the case claiming that restrictions on the size of religious gatherings during the pandemic are discriminatory and therefore in violation of the freedom of religion guaranteed by the first amendment the High Court did not agree justice Roberts said no this is a general requirement applies to all sorts of things like movie theaters and other large concerts you know venues and so it was not a discrimination against religion that's UC Hastings college of the law professor Rory little the decision was five to four with Chief Justice John Roberts joining the court's liberal justices in the majority and little says the decision is significant I think it's an important signal generally to the rest of the country that feature requirements are not going to be enjoined every day by the federal court California guidelines currently limited attendance at in person religious services to one hundred people or twenty five percent of building capacity whichever is

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Golf ready to take its first small step back with Rory, DJ, Rickie and Wolff

The Fifteenth Club

02:10 min | Last month

Golf ready to take its first small step back with Rory, DJ, Rickie and Wolff

"Gamble tomorrow the tailor made a driving relief as we've been talking about the first hour Charlie Sears continues to join this it's going to be Dustin Johnson and Rory versus Rickie Fowler and Matthew what's the what was the final total Scotty on our on our fiftieth club six three counting us you guys or hi wolf and yeah which is really against the grain bin have you likely establishment you like the old guys you like DJ and Rory I just think there's more on the line for Rickie Fowler what's on the line what's on the line okay which are the unit is is going to be on their win total is going to go to FedEx points now this is a mandate exhibition with two guys at Oklahoma state you know veterans people saying you know they're you know I I don't believe I'll tell you because this is the worst news we've had in this country since nine eleven it it it's worse than nine eleven eighty thousand people have died in the last you much this pandemic this is the first bit of good news here we will well I'm just giving you my reasons first bit of good news we're gonna have our first live sports and I think let me finish here there Delbert one Rickie Fowler and Matt you off it's going to be a coming out party for Matthew Wolff and Rickie Fowler I think I think they're gonna win are we not kind of like a little confused on how they really cuts tiger in Phil's match they hijacked the whole thing tiger and Phil we heard two months ago saying there should be a big match their dates match number two they're gonna add Thoman Payton to go search for the greatest athletes of his generation ago but also a tailor made simple hold my beer we're gonna let for our guys go in you know what we're to go week before them is that not kind of well you did well I'll say this more power to him because Phil and tiger they cannot but they tried to milk it as long as they could yeah and not set a date not set the location itself but some pride in and got Seminole to boot one of the great golf for gas in this country you're gonna do great numbers regardless I want to watch this they want to watch golf golf fans want to see some real stuff happened gamblers want to gamble it's gonna do phenomenal numbers it's going to be

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McIlroy, Johnson headline charity match for COVID-19 relief

Wisconsin's Afternoon News with John Mercure

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

McIlroy, Johnson headline charity match for COVID-19 relief

"Canton Rory McElroy Dustin Johnson headlined a three million dollar charity golf mats on may seventeenth that marks the return of televised golf Rory and DJ will be partners against Rickie Fowler and Matthew will fit a skins match called tailor made driving relief all the money goes to covert nineteen relief tailor made it obvious sponsor the event will take place in Juno beach

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Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson will play in $3 million charity match for COVID-19 relief

Rush Limbaugh

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson will play in $3 million charity match for COVID-19 relief

"In sports golf Rory McElroy and Dustin Johnson will headline a three million dollar charity match may seventeenth that marks the return of televised golf will be partners against Rickie Fowler Matthew wolf in a skins match called tailor made driving relief with the money going to covert nineteen relief Meg Ryan Johnson will be playing for the American nurses foundation while the Oklahoma state alumni team will be playing for the CDC

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McIlroy, Johnson headline charity match for COVID-19 relief

Charlie Brennan

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

McIlroy, Johnson headline charity match for COVID-19 relief

"Morning Rory McElroy and Dustin Johnson will headline a three million dollar charity match on may seventeenth the marks the return of televised golf they will be partners against Rickie Fowler and Matthew wolf the NCAA national champion in twenty nineteen in a skins match called tailor made driving relief all the money goes to covert nineteen relief McElroy and Johnson will be playing for the American nurses foundation the Oklahoma state alumni team wall from Fowler will be playing for the CDC foundation the match will be played at Seminole golf club that is a fabulous golf course very private very exclusive in Juno beach Florida it'll be the club's first event to be shown on

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Supreme Court for first time to hold arguments via teleconference next month

KCBS Radio Overnight News

01:03 min | 2 months ago

Supreme Court for first time to hold arguments via teleconference next month

"The U. S. Supreme Court will hear cases by phone over the next several weeks KCBS is Rebecca corral has more on that it's never happened before the justices agreed to hear oral arguments on ten cases over the phone in may you see Hastings college of the law professor Rory little says don't expect to see the court make a habit of this I think they're only going to do this for as long as they think they have to they much prefer oral argument in person they much prefer oral argument when they can see the advocates and advocates can see them the court announcement made it clear this is happening because of the need for everyone to stay home and away from each other professor little says well this won't change the way cases are presented all the questions the justices asked it will alter the process normally you can see the justices faces and that's going to be much more difficult not be able to see the facial expressions so much human communication it's not just in the words but the perception of the person but the speaker and the listener and so this will change that the cases to be argued via teleconference include president trump's financial records religious freedom and the a electoral college

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Coronavirus and golf: How the professional tours are affected

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

08:32 min | 3 months ago

Coronavirus and golf: How the professional tours are affected

"Let me ask you this about the tour and like all this stuff is going because you talked about the guys being on the golf course and. I really don't blame these news. We try to play golf because if they look if I stay away from people doing nothing else then I might as well get at here but like how do you think the tour is going to be affected by all of this there are affected a bunch of one? They still haven't even postponed or canceled events. That scheduled may twenty first the ink at colonial. And you know one of the events that that they're talking about trying to move since they moved. Somebody majors the US Open now where it got moved. Its date is open. So Jack Nicklaus tournament the memorial wants to move out of its slot into where the US Open was but it's still scheduled to go on in. That's the last week of. May which doesn't seem possible to that's going to happen. They hope and help or like the idea that the US Open is saying. Now we're not going to be here. Is somebody else's like that all right? Yeah or tournament like the open championship which isn't scheduled till July is like we out all next year in. May there like an eighty news like Nah. And that's the thing Bo you know man. I'm I'm optimistic. I try to see the silver lining. I tried to look at the good in everything but realistically to think we're going to be playing in June is just it. I don't see it happening. I just don't see us being ready to play golf in six weeks when there are still places that are on complete lockdown. I don't understand how they think that they're going to pull this off now even in my opinion first week of August which is when the PGA championship is supposed to happen. Even that seems to me as a more hopeful than realistic thing. Not only because we don't know where we be as a country as far as where this pandemic virus is by then. We have no idea whether it is going to be a phase two or phase three and the fact that the PGA championship is still scheduled to be held in San Francisco. Yes I if xactly Gulf has never been the first to do anything so to think that golf would be the first sport to come back. Golf is a sport that is more image conscious than the NFL. That I know that sounds crazy but think about this. You are not going to hear the golf as Elliot Nothing. Have you ever heard of a Golfer have you heard of a Golfer getting a DUI other than Tiger Woods? 'cause it was tiger so he's bigger than just the Gulf News but have you ever heard of a PGA tour pro given the Dui. Like you think it ain't happened right exe- so the thought of Gov being the Guinea pig like man. We'll bring all our guys back. Because you know golf will be the easiest thing for social distancing. Yes inside the ropes. It's easy for social distancing Hauer player's GonNa get tournament how litter power. They literally getting from the airplane to hotel. Where we're staying. Where are they going to empty? Who who changing the sheets right and then when you get to the gut like getting a rental car you can rent a car from somebody. I'll be working rental counter and then when you get to the golf course you just pulling out in the Congo and straight to the driving rains. You're going into the locker room who's WHO's opening locker room door. Who's working in you? Go to the bathroom cleaning up. Who changed sort of paper or you won't eat. Who's WHO's GonNa Food? Who's bring the food who stole in the trash out like? Who's doing the dishes like those? And that's not you ain't got to the courts yet now. You get course okay. We're GONNA put this on TV. Well who's filming? You've got to have a camera do. Okay Yeah we got a camera guy but the camera guys not the producer. Oh Yeah. Where's the camera picture on bow to? We need court to go to the trump who's trump who drove the trump who's producer who's directed where those people at Lake everything that goes into a production of a golf broadcast. Ken Be even bigger than Football Basketball Baseball and hockey. Because at least those venues are all a one static place so you could put cameras up in a stadium and field ain't GonNa Change. It doesn't work like that with golf when one week. The golf course looks like this in the next week is completely different. Everything gotta move is a traveling circus so to think that golf would be the one to go. Hey we'll come out. I will do a I. The Gulf was the second to last the shut it down. It was golfing NASCAR so in the long run when Gov comes back there I think of is gonNA come back without fans like I think every other sport will at first and I think golf will do okay in the long run. But I think we're GonNa wait longer than what we think for golf to come back. But and here's my silver lining. This is also where I love. What the Masters did where the Masters said we're coming back in November. The masters is the last thing on the schedule. Movember Ninety two fifteen and again talk about buffer nate. Just out not only did they come back. And we're GONNA do this in November. They also have already said. If you've got a ticket Komo come on in you know other sport has been no other waning. Tried to say only Augusta will be like not only. Are we putting the masses on? We're letting the Patriots into but we won't make that Egg Salad. We're going to make those divisional tea. Sandwiches come gifts on and I think November. Not only is realistic. But I love that. The masters is at least for me. The biggest beacon at the end of this dark tunnel. I tell you this though. Y'All come back I ain't GonNa meet you there right like they say like they just go be somebody out there. That's like now I'm good is somebody's wife. That's like yo you ain't going out on this trip like his eight nine. This ain't the Olympics though. That's what's funny. I remember when Owen down for the Olympics. Zeka you know guys were like I know plenty of dudes whose girlfriends and wives would like if you go. Don't come on you know. He you know he might put us in. The spot and jazz were like. I'm not even going to go I. I'm any worth you know. I'M I won't be happy home really but the masters though let's say right now there's plenty of dudes if that came down at the masters they are going to be like. Yo suitcases right over. She she she she. She want me to call Uber. Or because I'm going to the mass you don't WanNa go. You Ain't gotta go but one of us is going well. That tate is last thing I would ask you because I just thought of this while we were here. Are these golfers paying their caddies out like how I still pay my housekeeper? Even though she's not keeping the House I got the same thing Nancy so most golfers yes are trying to take care of their caddies in some way or form. We have to remember how cat is get paid. Caddies get a weekly paycheck and then you get a percentage of what the Golfer wins. But if the government's not winning anything where it becomes difficult is for. We all know the big super rich dude by all the big name guys like rory no Tiger Dustin Johnson of Brooks Kapka you name it Jordan Speed Rickie Fowler just Thomas Jon Rahm like those dudes of yes. They're going to be taken care of their dude with the guys who have a tough time on rookies. So the guys who came from the korn-ferry tour or the guys that this is only their second or third year on the PGA tour and they made them millions like those they could be struggling a little bit to one of the guys who I'm friends with a WHO's academy and doesn't caddy for a big named guys told me that his guy is sending them a little bit just a little bit every week just to help everybody still got bills and whatnot. So I'm sure that there are some guys that are not in a position to do that so there are probably some caddies that are hurt. But that's the world we live in right now so everybody's anxious to kind of get back to work pay

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Netflix's 'Love Is Blind' brings the reality dating show into 2020

Call Your Girlfriend

08:16 min | 4 months ago

Netflix's 'Love Is Blind' brings the reality dating show into 2020

"So love is blind the task at hand so it's a dating reality TV show. Our the premise is people at first like D. Don't get to see each other and they get to talk. How does that make love grow? So love is blind. Elo and Vanessa and Nick O'Shea won't stop saying is loved lines and you're like that is not how the scientific concept of that works but I'm going to let you of it and also like this. You can almost hear the pitch meetings for this show. That's like in an age of tinder and and like seeing. Someone's photo before you ever learn anything else about them like this show you know you can hear how they think. This is extremely radical. And I don't know how to tell you this it is kind of radical but we're GONNA get there in the execution of course not nothing's radical and execution Also we are going to talk about how it's not radical it's very. It's like other cultures. Do this but you know so. You have these contestants who are all conventionally attractive people and to be clear actually the knock eventually intractable. They're all hot like I. It took me like three episodes to realize that everyone was hot because I was so focused on another kind of madness about the show that that had not registered for me at because a show like this is radical. Everyone looks a little bit different. But you're like oh everyone's hot and everyone conveniently lives in the same city so you don't like your the parameters are already like narrowed down to what we're doing. Everyone has a If you watch the bachelor or the Bachelorette you know the job. Titles are always like the best part of the show. This also does not disappoint. Everyone is like a content creator or business owner or a regional manager or just like guys one guy's Kyron just says sales referring to myself as a regional manager just like literally could be anywhere and all of these people are like that so the men and the women are in two separate quarters doned up. The show is really literally about the fact that like Heterosexual people are not okay And they need so much help but so men and women are segregated and then they get to like go into these like upholstered pods and then they like they date like through frosted wall basically. Can I pause here for word about the pods? Every time someone says the Word Pot ice cream yes right portable on demand storage is what I think not to give a shout out to someone who is not advertised on our show but but there is a very funny thing which like okay so full disclosure. You know how like Non Reality TV FLUENT. I am but the last reality show I watched was the queer season of. Are you the one and the first thing that I clocked and laughed at which is also like I think a common element in like a lot of the kind of performing competition reality shows. Is this like hilarious and excessive use of neon that is like supposedly responsive to things that are happening on the show so in like are you the one they go into like a booth to be like are you in fact a match and there's like glowing lights and on and on love is blind. It's like you know we see from above the pulsating outlines of the pod and I'm just like this is such a funny. It reminds me of like seeing people using a computer in a movie in the nineties where it took root seeing things that are like vaguely looking SCIENC- because this is how reality TV works like you are you're accurately honing and on the design of confessional space like this always this like weird design thing always gets deployed well and also it's like this kind of visual way of underscoring like the false premise of the show. That's like there's something scienc- at work here. You know what I mean or like. There's some like greater force at play than just like alcohol. Anyway and Vanessa Lachey greater or it's that's big greater force 'em play here. I was very skeptical. I have to tell you like nothing. What have I not watched like nothing? Stresses ME OUT ON TV anymore? It's like sure you want to do immigration fraud. I'm here for it you want to. I don't know like eat your feelings on TV. I'm here for you. WanNa get like plastic surgery. I'm here for it this show though. This is wild. This is truly wild so people start dating and as suspected when you don't have the stimulus of seeing what someone looks like weird barrier between your if you're open to it people get vulnerable and I like I really disoriented me and then and then I put my thinking cap on and I was like. Oh the reason this show feels like great me and the reason I actually love it as this is just like the Hal version of Love Island. You know like Oh. I was raised in a Muslim home. I know exactly what's going on here. dating in a supervised location check. Never seeing each other until you're in a committed relationship. Check GET PARTITION. Getting married within like two to three weeks check. Check drama for your entire family. Did it like everything here is like this is the most a Muslim TV show that has ever existed before. And so the idea that you know like everyone is like. Oh this is so different. So revolutionary and so whatever and it's like no no like people in other cultures like kind of like this and there is a case to be made for. If you say that you are ready to settle down. There are a lot of societal mechanisms to help you get there right but this is wild. I WanNa talk a little bit about the thing you said about how this setup encourages vulnerability because one thing that I just kept thinking about is like you know the noted phenomenon wherein heterosexual men rely on their romantic partner to be their emotional lifeline for everything right. Like I'm not saying this is every heterosexual man but like as a default studies showing flaked almond. I in fact saying not all men but also statistically like men who are married to women are basically like I'm only emotionally close to my wife like that is definitely documented phenomenon. If you were in my office right now you would see lights flashing as a scientific point in my national booth over here. The light is green yes exactly. It's like she exciting science and one thing I was really struck by is like it really felt like a distillation of that phenomenon. Where like every time I heard one of these male contestants say something like oh I just find myself opening up to her. It's like yeah like yes. Of course I'm going to do here. Exactly and the sequence in one of the early episodes where the contestants are gender segregated so the the women live with other women and the men live with other men and they can see each other and hang out. It's not like a complete pod situation and you know they they edit in the scene where the women are talking about like. What do you think the men are doing right? Now as they sit around and talk about their feelings and one of the women goes probably a push up contest or something and then of course they have footage of all like the men's side of the summer camp or whatever and they are doing various feats of strength and not talking about their feelings. And I have to tell you. I have a question for you on the on the men's feelings front about this show so there is a guy with kind of like a scraggly beard is seen in emotional conversation with the men on their side of the camp. Rory yes and you think rory contestant or as the therapist working for the show so happy you bring up rory because this is so relevant to so much about the show because the minute that I started watching it and I started feeling all these feelings that what is the first thing that I do. I start reading about the production because the people who are manipulating me. So you're bringing tears to my. I just love you so much. He's reading about the past the show.

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With Nearly 70,000 Infections Worldwide, Coronavirus Continues to Baffle Experts

BBC World Service

01:37 min | 4 months ago

With Nearly 70,000 Infections Worldwide, Coronavirus Continues to Baffle Experts

"Chinese officials say the coronavirus outbreak is known to have infected more than seventy thousand people in the country and is killed nearly eighteen hundred the biggest cluster of cases outside China is on the cruise ship the diamond princess which is quarantined of Japan Nick freak reports in China's Hubei province where the outbreak began another one hundred patients have died outside you by officials say the number of new cases of the coronavirus continues to full two planes chartered by the US government left Tokyo in the early hours of Monday carrying some of the four hundred Americans who've been on the diamond princess which is being held in the port of Yokohama there are now three hundred and fifty five confirmed cases on the ship some of the British passengers the verge the UK government to fly them home as well saying they feel like they've been Fogelson the roof is the spread of the coronavirus could lead Japan to go into recession the latest figures show this economy shrank it is false is rate since twenty fourteen is Rory gallinule analysts had expected these preliminary figures to show that the world's third largest economy had shrunk but not by so much spending in Japan it pays to have been affected by a rise in the sales tax in October the same month a powerful typhoon hit the country causing widespread damage there now phase Japan could go into recession the government had already announced a stimulus package to try to reduce that threat and as recently counted on tourism from China to help sustain growth but the coronavirus outbreak a seam visits numbers full

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Adam Scott Emerges From Crowded Field to Win Genesis Open

No Laying Up

04:30 min | 4 months ago

Adam Scott Emerges From Crowded Field to Win Genesis Open

"Adam Scott doesn't seem like he's won like five genesis before they shouldn't. You shouldn't have already been a real winner. It at Riviera explained the whole real winner. Thirty six hole win which I don't remember honestly two thousand five I can't claim to and then they went out and played some sort of modified playoff. Yeah only Chad Campbell. I guess and check Campbell. So did he get the full money for that? He got money and I think you got the trophy. I just don't think he got the official win. Okay it was. It was the Dustin Johnson Pebble Beach Title Okay. the second whole array of this week played barely over par by the way which is maybe a sign of the ball. My finally go too far. We'll we'll talk a little distance on the back end we Obviously broke down the. Usda Distance Report on last week's episode with K v V. But I WANNA get some random thoughts. I think you're chatting before we started here. Tc About Adam. Scott being you know maybe the wilderness that kind of the narrative that was being pushed was you know maybe a bit bit too far. Yeah he's been in the top fifty in the world. Since two thousand he had two solo seconds last year formers and memorial and then won the Ozzy. Pga At the end of the year there. didn't have a great twenty eighteen but solo third at the PGA Championship. I am shocked to see him putting as well as he is Is it don't know if there's anything to it that he put these are the hardest. Greens on tour to PUTT statistically this in pebble and he puts them really well. That's a sign of like nothing matters on these Greens. I don't I don't know what it means but I'm sure that I'm sure you probably feels like nobody's making butts out. Here actually might have an advantage out here. Just frees him up Randy Wise Rev week one of your favorites you. You've talked about more than I've heard you talk about any other golf course. I think it's It's such a nice course I think it starts with the course You know some iconic holes. I mind is Probably number ten which I know we can get into a little bit Eighteen you know everybody can kind of picture that uphill dogleg right with the clubhouse up there. I think you know for me. It's just Just seems to produce such a good tournament year after year after year And I don't think that's an accident when we're talking about the golf course. It's the end of the West Coast swing. I think there's a bit of sadness or melancholy that you know. My favorite part of the years is coming to an end and honestly you know. Mickelson always played well out there so that doesn't hurt But yeah that's I I don't know I think it's just the the whole. Go Sycamore. Trees I I it just really looks good on TV. And I think that for me. That's where it starts with Y enjoy the week so well similar to Augusta in in some way it's always creates a lot of drama in that guy's in groups ahead had these little stretch is a whole where you can get it like ten eleven. You know you've made that turn you. There's a couple of gettable holes and guys can make birdies get up close to that lead and but the leaders back there haven't played the easy holes yet so it kind of creates this ton of excitement and you can't really tell who's in the lead like you can see who's most under par but knowing that there's so many half par holes coming in you don't really know who's some king win this legit. If he stepped up and birdied eighteen he got in at ten Adam. Scott looked like he was wavering. There for a little bit But he ended up surviving. I just like Augusta. I think. That's a great comparison in that. Not only can guys you know. Go Low all of a sudden inclined back into it but there's you know there's some car crashes out there can't get away with any exactly so just that volatility to develop Is it just creates a lot of excitement and captures your attention watching rory get flustered today and just like not be able to find it was. I mean it's jarring I mean the guy's been total control was golf ball for Shelton Neil of course ACCUA For I don't know ten months. At least maybe more than that and just to see him have absolutely nothing. Today was just it. Was it hearken back to win? Almost when Randy was calling for him to be dead before he had officially died. But yeah that's what reveal. Do demand if you don't have it. You're Gone Russell. Henley you'RE GONNA bud. Sorry you're out of

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Tiger Woods out of contention at Genesis Invitational after four putt

830 WCCO 24 Hour News

00:56 sec | 4 months ago

Tiger Woods out of contention at Genesis Invitational after four putt

"Tiger Woods is kind of falling out of contention tell your started the weekend what one under on the cut line no he he was even he he started to wonder on orders today I caught was won over yeah that's right the cut was won over tiger went to over yesterday to finish even par and he's just gone somewhat south ever since he does he's hasn't has a good day on the the revere courses so the this is the final stop on the west coast swing before their head for Florida in all the tune ups that lead up to that little tournament down into goes to Georgia the masters in April but it is the genesis invitational Matt coucher at twelve under par hero Varner the third Rory McElroy in a handsome group to back at ten under par as leaders hit the back nine and historic river here a Country Club in Pacific

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Los Angeles: Rory McIlroy on the heels of Matt Kuchar after Round 2 of Genesis Invitational;

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Los Angeles: Rory McIlroy on the heels of Matt Kuchar after Round 2 of Genesis Invitational;

"On the PGA tour they're playing in Los Angeles at the genesis invitational Matt coucher your midway point leader by two shots he shot a sixty four yesterday he said none of the par for the tournament to button and Herald barter third Rory McElroy in Windham Clark of that group does not include Tiger Woods Brooks kept and Jordan Spieth's each of whom barely made the cut at level par missing the cut Phil Mickelson bubble Watson Jason day Justin Thomas and Francesco

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Kuchar leads by two shots at Riviera as Woods falls nine behind

KCBS 24 Hour News

00:17 sec | 5 months ago

Kuchar leads by two shots at Riviera as Woods falls nine behind

"Golf Matt coucher remains leader after two rounds of the PGA is genesis invitational at the Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles following a yesterday sixty four a two under sixty nine today leaves him nine under for the tournament two shots ahead of Rory McElroy into other

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"rory it" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

10:10 min | 5 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

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Yeah that's exactly and my podcast is called the fantabulous. Tabula submits a patient of one Harley Quinn so such a specific podcast and it never deviates known That one movie. It's all me planning to hopefully see it and how you'll see it and yeah it's going. Hey this week guy wasn't able to make it obviously I know last week. I promised that I was going to I think next week I am going to see it in so tune into that episode. Yeah so and my purse. My Guy's name. Is Julia Hyphen Abigail. We'll job title is permanently unemployed and and And I I said what podcast I'm doing. Yes come up with a podcast that so that we can give a little sample if you want or whatever but Roy he's gotTa know like marry this woman and yeah have possibly children right any and just his passion and it's about your passion is passionate so specific that helps narrow down who I believe them to be often. They'll have an activity on the show. I know you're not a huge fan of the show. 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"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

04:36 min | 8 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Sutherland bishops and it's very difficult to move back to the to the center ground because if you suddenly start to do what part is sometimes pretends he wants to do which is to sort of go back to sort of sexual liberalism of the camera those voters are not not going to want I think you've been taken hostage by that group you've created a Trumpian coalition turn the Conservative Party and was Trumpian Republican Party which is why it's no accident really did that in a sense yes it's true that they threw out me and people that go can Kent Clark but it's also no accident that they're not giving us back the whip you would've thought they would give Ken Clarke back at least the web but they really can't because they're on this journey which I think they're not not really coming back from I think we should open it up very much rory just following on from that last point where you characterize some northeastern voters where does that leave the neoliberal thrown out of the party is Philip Hammond who's a sort of very strong fiscal conservative and his basic disagreement with Boris isn't really on Socialist so cultural assists it's on controlling public spending and I think what you'll see is that the news Johnson conservative ironically may end up spending more that isn't because they're becoming more centrist or more left wing but it's because it's perfectly impassable to be a big spender and be a populist I mean these things are not necessarily contradictory but I think you're right in thinking that the sort of Hammond stranded Theresa May I mean can you see the beginnings of that in the mayhem and it's not just Johnson and comings of come in they were working on something that was already there that's true so you talk about the kind of swing back to the right inventory party and you've talked about the kind of deep chaos seems to be thing off democratic process at the moment is there anything to feel optimistic about McCain over short-to-medium-term future British politics I think that the reason for tourism is actually to look comparatively at what's going on in other countries politics the country's politics we have managed we've had a constitutional crisis where we've been doing it most of the public school discussion that takes place is still on the side of being quite civil not seeing what's going on in France where it's very easy for Mackerel to present himself as the person WHO's trying to reform the European union trying to fix brexit trying to sort out the US relations with Russia tried to constrain merckel about China but actually there's a domestic political crisis in France has been going on whilst it's actually causing considerable distress to many people involves police brutality on a regular basis towards her sister so although this is.

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

25:23 min | 8 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

"The articulating a vision of the relationship between direct democracy indirect mumps in the courts and I very cheered up to see the Supreme Court beginning to do a bit of political Democrats have moved over the last ten days or so I think that they are thinking about their competition with Labor as they all the issue of Brexit and I think that they are Kosei reconstruction this outside because I don't have any inside knowledge of this thinking that they absolutely need to fight election with Jeremy Corbyn still as leader of the Labour Party and that there's been enough movement within both the Parliamentary Party Corbin's office McDonald's official those issues of personnel around them to think that that might be up for grabs in the Short Liberal Democrat we'd have an election is more about Kobe than about Brexit I'm not saying it's more about Kuban than it's about Brexit but I'm saying it's partly about Corbin I suspect as well as about brexit they do not want to fight an election with some alternative Labour leader so they are about to the difficulty that they had in two thousand fifteen and they were squeezed on although that they weren't in a strong position in the opinion polls election started if you'd one back about six weeks doesn't seventeen yeah six weeks or so is there wasn't in a bad position there were certainly people at the beginning of that campaign two thousand seventeen he was elating that the Liberal Democrats would do better in terms of percentage of the vote than Labor would and then what happened over the course of the election is is that a very strong anti-tory dynamic set in to the benefit of the party now I can see where he in which that might happen again because when it really comes to it if there was any chance for those who want to stop brexit happening then the conservatives have to be deprived of their majority and it's still easier to do that in most seats by boating labor is voting for the Nipple Democrats on the other hand I think that the dynamic Labour benefited from a watered down I'm gonNA say she'd say that Labor benefit from in two thousand seventeen was lots people could say I'm voting Labour from our local pay and I'll just turn a blind is the fact that I really don't want Jeremy Corbyn prime minister because it didn't seem any possibility that Jeremy Kuban could be communist that didn't seem like a very agonizing choice but given the two thousand seventeen happen it's not beyond the realm of possibility that Germany called be promised I'm not sure if you like simply splitting your mind in two ways of thinking about it can quite work in the same way in which it did then finally the hope that are being expressed that they will be coordination just tactical voting just leading up to voters to work out what's the best bat of stopping both the Tory majority and Brexit who whatever reason they might be different reasons but that they will be organized guidance in relation to candidates and constituencies I mean if this election coming in six weeks there's no time to arrange that and there's mistrust across the board in British politics between all of the nine players but do you think it could be different this time I'm not saying we'll be different but I think it could well be different as I say when I think that is as much to do with it's to do with anything else because he is in a position where on the one hand it doesn't look like the most likely scenario that he could end up leading the largest party and yet on the other hand because everything certain certain and there's been so much turbulence in the ways in which rotates reacted to things over the last few years it's not out of the bounds and I think the other thing we need about if there is a realistic prospect that Corwin could be prime minister then the two thousand fifteen done we'll also come back into play which is the Labor would need to need to be in some kind of a parliamentary arrangement with the SMP and then then that opens up the Conservatives play in the car that they did in two thousand fifteen which is to say that you in voting Labour are basically voting for the SMP to have too much influence in indicia fairs that worked very well for the Conservatives in two thousand fifteen it didn't work in two thousand seventeen because there wasn't sufficient fear amongst potential voters could appeal to that this could actually happen but it's pretty clear this time that the scenario could happen so the fear factor about some pe- and come back into play okay so each time the door opens I keep thinking that our besuited heroes are gonNA come running back in but he hasn't yet so this I think we should take questions because when he comes back it would be great too not least hear what actually happened we've just been tossing and then a couple of people shouted out things on their phones and we thought we should wait you to come back to tell us what happened so breath custody the quick the main thing to remember is that from the moment the division bell goes it's exactly eight minutes shut the doors on so if any of you have to do it again the important thing is to get to the bottom of the stairs at the entrance the accident submit different portraits but then you've got to jump over the new security procedures that they've set up outside the House of Commons without policeman getting worried about then you've gotta somehow get through made it and having made it all the way I discovered that the first person I noticed walks into my divisional the with John McDonnell who is standing next to which I realized that there wasn't much chance this vote being lost in the yes so both conservative maybe it also mass verging third readings we have and do we have a day thank you before leaving okay thanks rate that we've been so we've done the union sorted we talked about the possibility of whether we're GonNa get twenty fifteen again on twenty seventeen again we will take naps questions I'd like to ask you rory a couple more questions before we take things in New Orleans and it's really about your your own future but also your relationship to British party politics so you're no longer a capital C. concerned give you all presumably in some sense still a small c conservative I spend my answer cases I come from a conservative tradition that broadly speaking believes in in individual rights and limited government prudence at home restraints and broad some respect for tradition small farmers in Cumbria London Sun running for mayor and so in some sense it's a good as I'm a I'm a conservative in that sense I mean I'm not at the same time I'm not really very party political I mean I I was a Labor Party member in my youth and then I am joined the Conservative Party as three months before his election as a conservative MP so I haven't been a member and seven-party very long they threw me out before it reached my tenth year and how given that you did join late you then in parliament and now you had to vote with the whip and it was an issue that caused you problems over the years how constraining did it feel I mean how natural did it feel as a non-party ember to the it's very constraining natural because it's essentially parts of the general problem with our contract with the public she is that on the one hand of course we say to the public look you need your MP to be part of a party and to be whipped otherwise can't guarantee that when you vote for manifesto that manifest is going to be delivered on the other hand of course we also have an idea of the independent MP who votes there Sion's who shows their moral courage votes against the government very very difficult things to bouncer book famous but suspicious of the either of the independent and thinks the parties are quite useful way of organizing people but it is basically very very demoralizing because you lose all sense of autonomy I mean the truth of the matter is that when you ask most MP's than a division lobby what they're voting on they pause and struggle for a moment to work out what it is waiting on because if you understand that my friend Richard Bannon I think voted once against the government in his life and was probably had the conservative whip removed from him get a sense of how rarest I think Mrs Thatcher never voted against the government in her entire career so the idea that there's much point in these MP's really scrutinizing legislation in detail is a little bit misleading and therefore everything we're taught in school about what the point of being an MP in terms of scrutiny on what the the legislature or parliament is seems a bit on when the actual lived reality is that if you're on the Conservative Party almost all the time cermony cobaine you you do what websites until finally before we all Scott Frost got some questions we talked about the strange on the constitution you out of the room we talked about the strains on the union the parties themselves are under deep strain and this is a phenomenon across Europe it's a phenomenon established political parties of the left rights particularly Social Democratic parties but also center left Party in Germany you've seen hidden Franz and yet in the you hey it's the first past the post system that is holding these two parties the two main parties in place and yet it feels like that can't carry on forever and at some point something's gotta give maybe the first part of the post system will give maybe the parties will give this election could test it I mean fundamentally though the deal Oh has united the Conservative Party for now these fundamentally divided parties when and walk is something going to give you sit in the United States to a first century first-past-the-post-system but it's always those parties have always been more diverse than ours what's GonNa give because these bodies cannot carry on like this for ten twenty thirty it's cracking it's obviously cracking it's cracking I because we were always told that the point about the first past the post system was that you had strong majority governments and that clearly isn't the case anymore there hasn't really been the case since two thousand five I think the second thing which is cracking is that these parties have been dragged to their extremes clearly launch because of something very understandable which is the parties wanted to give their members all say in electing their leaders it was a very understandable decision very difficult to argue against if you're a labor MP of course it sounds right that you're going to take the away from Union Block votes and distributed amongst the individual members and of course if you're a conservative it makes sense to think you're going to take it away from smoke-filled rooms McMillan sort of tapping douglas hume on the shoulder towards a world in which all the members is says have the results of course being that this these members have tended to drag the Labor Party to the left and the Conservative Party to the right and the Conservative Party is now I think permanently drag to the right this whole election strategy yeah permanently because this entire dominic coming strategy is predicated on the idea that they lose thirty the seats basically in Scotland London the South West which means they're thirty down before they start going to pick up sixty seats and they're going to try to pick them up in the north east so they're going to try to pick up people who are really speaking different ways of describing voter group but that traditional white working class Labor voces who will have much more conservative views on immigration much conservative views on law and order probably much more conservative views on globalization multiethnic state and you can see this story's coming out of conservative central office that they were targeting people on the basis of used on trump's agenda was one of the ways in which stepping up now once you've built coalition that depends on let's say sixty eight that are representing Hartley Pool.

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

02:44 min | 8 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

"The other unionist parties my worldly seats to the nationalist so we're going to see an intensifying of the pressure for a referendum in Scotland at the same time I still think that if it ends up even the European Union then that makes an independent Scotland more difficult to realize but in a way that it depends on whether the referendum mythic comes is played out in short term politics or medium-term politics because we know that short-term politics can in the end be the thing that decides it must at least be missile but it's very difficult to see how a Scottish referendums going to come before the brexit issue is resolved fully resolved I'm not suggesting in relation to whether that means canonic future the future economic relationship I meant the resolution of whether we are leaving on kind of one more thing he discussed one more thing about this coming election and if Roy runs back in the third reading was lost we're going to have that's the date so Tennessee where we are in real time eight fifty so we've done a few of these live events in the past and I've said if something really dramatic happened someone needs to shout it out the proposed data's now so if there's an election when rory comes back he can tell us what actually happened in parliament and if he doesn't come back then we know it's a little kicked off we've been speculating because the polls pointing this way but we've been burned once too often the possibility of a conservative majority which is still quite hard to construct but there is clearly hope among the other parties that it could go radically different ways so the two thousand seventeen election two things in a way so one we've touched on is that the unionist case was strengthened the unionist parties and include Labor in that in this context picked up seats from the SMP in Scotland it looks unlikely this time but then in England the other thing that did happen was that to party politics reasserted itself and the way this is the big question for this election will ultimately to potty politics reassert itself in one thousand nine thousand nine hundred and at the moment on the Brexit side the police suggests that the Conservatives have done much better than labor in reasserting themselves as the place to go if you want breaks it to happen the question really is whether on the other side the belief that ultimately if you want to stop the conservative government a Labour vote is your best bad also reasserts itself yeah I think there's something interesting that's happened in the way in which the Liberal.

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

05:31 min | 8 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Leap have a constitution that is under enormous pressure and is essentially I think we all agree in various ways being abused the union is also probably under greater pressure than it has been in our lifetime do you think this tim is going to be another potential breaking point for the Union I mean there is a view view again the johnsons coming collation is the sacrifice of the union is a price worth paying for conservative hegemony in England. I'm very much doubt that that's Johnson's view about Scotland I think we have to distinguish when it comes to the union between the issues in relation to Northern Ireland and the issues in relation to Scotland because I think that there is a possible like direction of travel within the Conservative Party whereby commitment to the Union including northern island may well weaken through time and I think in retrospect what does become clear is the one sort of overriding unbending commitment that Theresa may made through negotiations of the withdrawal agreement was a commitment to Northern Ireland's place in the Union and at the same time not wishing to have any change at all on the border between Ireland and Northern Ireland anything else that she did even freedom of movement during the transition there was bend in it over those questions she didn't bend a tool she was passionate unit ernest when it came to Northern Ireland I think that there's a direction of travel within the Conservative Party that will move away from that kind of commitment and I think that the agreement that Boris Johnson has negotiated has the the unionists in a very difficult position when they're in a very difficult position because they're being asked to agree to something that clearly violates the spirit at least into the practice the Union keeping Northern Ireland in the customs code in particular but divorced been put into a difficult position because this withdrawal agreement unlike the one to resume negotiate it as a consent for Northern Ireland in it and it's based on a majority and the democratic unionists on themselves indeed the whole unionist community is not united although it is the majority Northern Ireland United About Brexit and it's not united about weeding or prioritizing I should say Northern Ireland's position economically within the United Kingdom over North Island economy so I there's lots more tensions to come in the relationship between the Conservative Party and unionism in Northern Ireland I think the paradox in Scotland I think I've said before is that everything in the short term looks like it strengthens the nationalist case in Scotland but everything in the medium to long-term about it happens weakens it because the whole independent project rests on shared European Union membership rested on Scotland was an independent state to get inside the EU rested on Wrestling Kingdom staying in the European Union we've already seen how much difficulty the euro Shuna currency issues call the national in the two thousand fourteen referendum before they have to start dealing with this single market of the United Kingdom verses the market of the European Union facility of a hard border in Scotland so although that I think that this election that concert is certainly seats to the nationalist in Scotland and indeed.

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

05:26 min | 8 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Plus as many people on that day were numerously chaired by I know the people who finally thought that some reasonable perspective being injected into this and yet it's puts it back on parliament parliament is behaving the way parliament is behaving today do you think it does it echo through or was it taken in a salon to really start doing since such an egregious fashion that people behaved so well for so long seems to be the mystery not that eventually decided this I don't know whether you've seen this astringent that Mrs Thatcher gifts in the early nineteen seventies where she asked I think by Robin Dale someone on television whether there should be friend on joining the market and she says no because what would happen if the people in the referendum votes in in a way that was different from the jars him parliament we would have a constitutional crisis that stage she'd been convinced this was about your mind out the thing that concerns me about having written constitution even the entirely clear how we can carry on with what we got the great advantage of the British constitution historically was that it was quite responsive to democratic politics it was quite responsive to public opinion in I say with all the good side of that on the ills of that too on the constitution that you end up with the more power onto give to people at Westminster where co defied constitutions go and you're gonNA give more you're going to get more authority judiciaries we've seen what kind of politics ends up within the artist it ends up backing democratic politics in a very bitter and polarizing way so I mean I've come to the view that I would like to hold onto what we've had I'm just the question about whether we can get back again and I'm quite skeptical about whether we can get it back again but I'm also pretty skeptical about going down the road in constitution let me try to illustrate why I'm not she tempted to agree with this I for example I'm an enormous fan citizen's assemblies I mean I think about it essentially it's the grand jury so you select random citizens to be representative maybe a room about half the size and then they listen to evidence and they come with a view and this worked very well in Ireland this you've abortion I was very keen to try to do it in relation to brexit because it's remarkable that she the people do emerge with the recent companies now this relates to this question 'cause I suspect that if I had become leader of the Conservative Party I would be able to bring in a citizens assembly relatively easily and given it quite a lot of authority in the in our system and I actually thinking about I'm concerned that if we lived in a more codified world it sounds like you said reading okay all right I will run back I promise I I go the so I don't know people listening to this podcast will believe us when we say he literally did run out of the room halfway through that thought so whether we should complete tool for him now that he's not here oh I think what we should do because rory will be back is holding I should just try and as it were bid up then rory comes back I think we can bring him into the Cuna then I didn't know how quickly he can run so there are citizen's assemblies scattered though I'm also a fan I'm more skeptical rory in the current situation that introducing a citizens assembly now I mean there was you may remember there was an attempt to the point where parliament couldn't decide what it wants to do it just kept voting against various brexit options there was an attempt a group of MP's to get him to commit to a citizens assembly to help with Brexit I'm convinced that this is assembly at the start of the referendum process as part of the discussions about what the referendum was for how it should be fought even what the question should be would have been helpful to she's a citizens assembly now be catastrophic because the I did that have any legitimacy than anything else seems to be absurd but the other thing that says issue here is the union and I was going to go on ask worry about that I maybe when he comes back we can pick up on this because we only.

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

27:29 min | 8 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

"He's here we hope the rory can stay we thought we were going to have to do this quite quickly we have a little more time we will talk about what's happening the country it's defeat Jeremy Corbyn get brexit done reunite the country I think the last one is probably impossible so in a way that that that's why the hell didn't if you want to kick off this bit of the discussion and by the way because we've got rory we hope for the whole evening we're going to have plenty of time for questions from the audience to go tell us if your phone says something different I don't WanNa promise he going to be not so there is this much bigger question she's whatever happens but particularly now the route is through a general election an apple in the immediate term through a second referendum some people relatively sued people who've maybe hoping against hope that the preferred outcome is still an option are going to find that it's not and reuniting the country has to mean during the phrase is used often losers consent which is the thing that has been missing from British politics for the last three plus years there's one thing that we haven't had it's eighty cents from the people who might lose they would consent to lose so now we were passing through the narrow prism of general election even if the Conservative Party got to win a majority it's going to be on what forty percent of the vote maximum so that still leaves a lot of losers why would they think that now is the time to consent I mean obviously quite a member of them on. I think we shouldn't overdo this in doc it's not that everybody who voted remain in two thousand sixteen has not accepted the referendum result there's clearly quite significant number of remind voters who have done the polling on this varies but some of those you can see up to sixty percents saying referendums should be honored then those who say that it shouldn't be down in more like in the twenty twenty five percent let's say so then you've got quite a lot of don't knows now they make things very differently if they could them again but if you ask the question the referendum took place should we accept the result and implement it you can get polling in that area I think the the interesting thing that's happened in terms of the future in a way of loses consent is changing the change of tack that the Liberal Democrats in particular made the last few weeks because I think the interesting thing about Brexit in this respect is that if you go back to the referendum in ways the referendum was away allowed Aleve coalition to express itself in referendum politics it would have been much more difficult for it John in a general election not least because it allowed people who voted labour he wanted to vote for Brexit to vote for brexit without home too conservative I'm one of the difficulties than that we've been in since June two thousand seventeen is is that to resume thinking that she could mobilize consistency back into general election politics turned out to be not correct and lay believers believed that they could vote for the party they would still get brexit and d labels to take boats back from those Labor voters who had lost to UK particularly in two thousand fifteen you general election politics in two thousand seventeen actually then disadvantage leave coalition and you can see the Democrats position when they're not being talking about revoked because asleep been about getting back to a second referendum and hoping that that is the means of defeating the first now gambling this time because the liberal what's the ones who've changed parliamentary with Michigan having this election they gambling this time on a on a general election which the point of view remain is pretty disadvantages because away as you say you only need forty percent ish vote for the Conservative Party on at the same time as we know there are many more leave consistencies in there uh remained constituencies if you go back to two thousand sixteen in McCoy onto a general election map because remained voters more geographically concentrated the need voters are possible that this election fundamentally favors the leave coalition in principle yes in principle because partly because as you know about making any kind of predictions but at the same time is you still going to insert into an election that looks like it's about Brexit all these domestic cashews and so it can still be the case that actually the conservatives can't peel enough of of the Non Tori Lee voters Tacoma Seventy Roy on analysis do you think that remain Britain if this election disadvantages them in the way that it's sort of advantage them in two thousand seventeen and on a forty percent whatever vote sheriff if the Conservative Party get to that we get Johnson's Brexit is remained Britain reconcilable that well I'm going to be very cheeky because I'm very interested in this idea I'm interesting idea of how many people voted remain that we should honor the result of the referendum whether this muses consent how many people in this room who voted remain feel that you should know the results of the referendum this is an entirely representatives that's very encouraging I mean I was assuming that almost no hands would go up I feel a little bit encouraged I'm somebody who voted remained and argued strongly for rain and then felt after the referendum that we had to own them that result the impression I get session leader is literally nobody agrees in the and I'm the only remain who readers for anyway feels channel resort referendum it struck me that this was about thirty percent of the which was interesting seeming is literally almost every I have is in favor of a referendum wants to overturn tournaments illegitimate that I wouldn't how many the room think that if the Conservatives win a big majority that would give a bit more legitimacy divorces deal interesting I took slightly few I look these things are very very odd I mean I don't know really how to think my way through this else I began from a very primitive view which is that we disagree about things and nobody is going to convince me that I was wrong I think that Britain was better off in the European Union that we already had the best deal but the fact was I lost and that the sort of rules and the rules in our society are that we accept the the majority view and it's been a very very interesting experience to discover that some of my most highly intelligent sophisticated friends including some very distinguished political philosophers absolutely determined to reject this outcome I don't know how they think we should resolving disputes society. I don't know how they would want me as a politician to response votes in the future if this is there have you almost feel like saying when people say to me you can never be mayor of London unless you come out immediately for revoke immediately take Lib dem view I it's like saying but do you really want a politician he's not gonNa pay any attention to the way that Jason is just going to say I disagreed so I found this a very complicated process I haven't really the end of it is really toughened I mean part of it is to do with the rules of the game I mean that's the other challenge here which is I mean we're seeing it tonight so there is election in which there is probably more at stake than there has been relatively speaking any election in recent memory because this is an election about two things about he in the country and for the reasons you said the danger of Johnson is the if brexit were done it could become a twenty-seven domestic election again so it's now about two things six people very very frightened of losing this election particularly in parliament and that's what we're seeing tonight we don't know how it's going to play out people trying to tinker with the rules I mean at least potentially tribes with the rules because there's too much stake in this election and that seems to me to be one of the big risks for security consented the future which is what we're actually doing each time we try and get to our decisive electoral outcome is gaming it which makes it much harder to persuade the losers furnace glass there is a problem I mean I'm I'm actually at the moment pretty grateful to be leaving parliament I think the basic setup here is wrong I think if you were looking got it in fifty or one hundred years time it wouldn't make sense I mean there are couple of things that are obviously wrong the first thing is that we don't really have a constitution in the way that other countries the constitution I noticed this first big rebellion was when David Cameron tried to affect the abolish the House of Lords on the basis of a simple majority in the House of Commons that really focus the fact that in any other country constitutional law is different from normal you need some special procedure to do it you conscious had a simple Powell's comments to deepen which is that I really am beginning to think that this is basically a medieval setup parliament the idea is that you guys get a vote once every two years five years and then you have to agree to sub contractual brain too I'm not GonNa say Pretty Patel but in any case somebody somebody in government who then governs for you and then they decide at the end of two or five years that they gonNa let you have another one vote again I mean whereas in fact 'cause you're much more educated much more experienced in many ways so many people in the House of Commons we haven't really got a system going where you're really able to deliberate and consider things in depth and and feed into the Chryssa promptly seventy for me is the most acute constitutional pressure point I think actually that we have just as a country forgotten constitution is and I think that that's true of many members of parliament I think that is true of many of us are citizens before last year's exclude myself from that I think it's taken brexit and what's happened over the last few years I think to make something really clear about our country's politics nowadays is that had a historic constitution and the only way in which it worked was that people had a knowledge about the history of that constitution on indeed his political history on that particularly those in parliament but actually as citizens into this as well acted with some caution with some prudence this in relation to that constitutional history because that's what the Constitution rested upon continue judgment and often invoked in the past actually having quite elections you can see that I think in the middle of the nineteenth century and at some point I think that join me you did have something to do with this but I think it was the the reason for it to happen at some point along the way we lost sight of what our Constitution was and then we've tried to deal since two thousand June two thousand sixteen with a massive constitutional uses with most people walking around in the state of constitutional ignorance and I think that is why we could get to this I regard this absurd situation this afternoon where you have members of parliament signing amendments wanting in the course of an afternoon to change the franchise before an election takes place it's mind boggling for many channel anybody's not follow this literally amendments being put down to give sixteen seventeen year olds with no debate no consideration I should know proper scrutiny today on the eve of nationals people don't want to think about press I mean you could agree that sixteen shoved aside but surely feel this isn't the way to do it to make that kind of decision at plus women I mean that's what I felt about Cameron's attempts to Abolish House of Lords agree disagree about about those budget-conscious for the sake in that particular case for trade with Lib Dem's reduce the number of MP's and he could win more seats in parliament just get rid of the second chamber it's it's mad and the way that the speakers been behaving is be mad in the way that the program missions have been arranged Madam and the whole thing is is so shoddy I mean it's the contempt for APP thing for the monarchy for parliament the parole in the purging it's all part and parcel of general sort of contempt for the Constitution Otley you see often the people are playing fast and loose with it and it's on both sides we notice it when the brakes do the remains have been doing it too but often you have these very grand statement spy merits and demerits but you know the speaker and Jacob rees-mogg and Dominic grieve are all in different ways playing strengths. the constitution while posing as great great defenders the constitution and he's one of the things that we've learned the great risk with it's not unwritten but is uncoated it's nothing is out of bounds that once he starts a politics where people channel that political ambitions through the rules of the game changing the rules of the game this way of doing politics can no longer work and does that mean data for the one thing that we must have is some set of rules that take some of the so the game out of parliamentary politics which means we need a coat a flawed constitution but I'm increasingly d fleet tempted towards that view I was very very cheered up by the Supreme Court the sentence I love most Samat Supreme Court ruling is when the court says it's going to audience but the court says it is not for this court to determine whether or not brexit should happen that decision was made the people but that parliament should have a say in the form in which that brexit should take place is indisputable now it's very rare to get someone Chris That's where we are today it goes back to parliament and it's hard to feel that that judgment has losting resonance in British unless I can somehow be enshrined Bloomington time very eloquently address this question of understand rules respect historical precedent in the nation of Prince. I mean fundamentally the the point is the question of who gods gods themselves theoretically these concentrations exist to protect you against abuse opponents and if if parliament starts playing around with those rules something very odd is going on I suppose the oddity in Britain is that it's.

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

04:11 min | 8 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

"Really have swallowed the line it doesn't matter whether you amend the political declaration or not because it doesn't actually matter I find it hard to believe that some of them actually yeah because we're in a way that's the question one of the most remarkable features was that there was unanimity among conservative impede who are still fully conservative and peas on both the second reading and on the timetabling motion that the government got all two hundred and eighty five of them through on both could have held what would it have held I don't know I don't know I think to be fair to the government probably would have been quite difficult remember I'm in the back story to this customs the amendment is of course from the point of view of people who rejected theresa may steal they rejected it on the grounds that it was effectively a customs union so the entire point of this new deal of the different steam viruses injuries may steal was getting rid of the customs union so how'd you amended it to try and some funny fashion to re the customs union and I say this is somebody who's in federal custody I organized Ken Clarke Amendment pushing for customers in a week at she failed by three votes getting it through in the indicative votes it was my attempt to try to get a soft breaks compromise but it is quite clear that this deal is partial deal the main point of it is to try to leave a customs union so how'd you reinserted a customs union is very difficult believe the algae we're going along with that and wasn't reinsert -able for the reasons that Jalen's had it's not in a binding way I'm in heaven saps right and in fact that she was an extraordinary last minute attempt by the whips and various others to get people to sign a letter saying we will agree only to make amendments which are not legally binding on the next parliament as though people were going to feel really good dot signing that document a few foreign elections so it wouldn't have been legally binding but it was as you say is the worst of all worlds sufficiently provocative the but the cheating so in a way we got two explanations what's going on tonight one of which is it would have been hard for the government the other which is that actually the government prefers this anyway because as an electoral strategy so effective and I've been thinking if people can tell us he wrote you don't cummings is playing in the fate of this nation but they're all polarizing some people think that he's a machiavellian genius of people think that he's a monster the person reminds me of his allies to Campbell partly because and people take that view about Campbell to but because Campbell was used to say just at the point where the people inside Westminster even not that close to Westminster think if they have to here the line again they will be physically sick the public of God it and the coming strategy seems to be that he thinks now the public it it's making many people inside political life almost physically sick to see the lengths that have been gone to the line is he tried his damned August yes I think a lot of this has comings and in a sense he he would you would afford had quite a good career as a copywriter this take back control phrase is just one example of extraordinary ability to generate three word phrases I went out for attention chinatown with him when I was the only time she ever spoken to Him we had dim-sum together in Chinatown for this was what I was running for the conservative leadership and he said what you say is you've got to say there are only three things that need to be done get brexit done beat Jeremy Corbyn reunite the country and sure enough short enough sure enough two days later Gotcha job at tweets out thrown three things you gotta do then Jeremy Hunt three things you gotta do and then finally bars three things we've got to do oh great knack that to be able to generate phrases that that every campaign thinks genius yeah and so now doing them in a different order so it's not get br done defeat Jeremy Corbyn reunite.

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

Talking Politics

04:05 min | 8 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on Talking Politics

"My Name is David Runciman and this is talking politics it's a special live edition I can tell from the fact that you already you are relieved as we are rory listening and then we're going to broaden out to talk about what it might mean more broadly for British Pulisic's for democracy just before we start I want to say how today I am this is part of the bees fortieth birthday celebrations alabi is the partner of talking politics we couldn't have done this podcast without the they've been supporting us for the last two years we've just had a ten million St- download most of us happened in the time we've been working with the L. A. B. and out that support and that generosity none of this would be possible so we're thrilled to be here to celebrate the birthday of London review of books and now we're GonNa talk politics six rory how come your hair how come you have to run by the first thing is can can you hear me clearly I seem to be this sort of thing happens conservative politicians these Theresa May at the Conference speech I'm losing my voice the reason I'm here is that I am at she no longer conservative politician and for these amendments which are that's on whether the data the election should be the seventh of December and the ninth December doesn't feel to me is something it should be voting on I'm not standing again I'm trying to leave parliament's become a Maryland and so I didn't think affect the I have a dog in a fight already rights to determine what the date of the election will vote for the principle of the election on third reading but that should mean that I I should be able to be with you for the next ninety minutes and then I'll return to the house comes for the final bite I did say to David because he was beginning to question the constitution illness how hard he wanted to push this because we really convinced the I'd to leave you in about eight minutes time we'll try to hell and Thompson is with us as well in a moment but you have a dog in the wider fight even though you'll standing down there is fundamental question the issue tonight and it relates to the votes that we've already had on Johnson's withdrawal agreement bill the government's agreement bill you a one seventeen. NPR's who voted for the second reading but voted against the aggressive timetable emotion. If we do get an election tonight and I think can we assume that we all right so we all down that route was that a choice made by the government because they effectively decided that there was no way getting the withdrawal agreement bill through that the seventeen view some of you couldn't be swung round was a decision that regardless of that election was the preferred option do you have a sense how you view my senses it's the latter there was a big concerted attempt to try to convince the government that a lot of people would be prepared to it's on third reading but I think the the calculation seems to have been from Dominic Cummings particularly and in the end number ten they would rather go win election was brexit unresolved than going into election with brexit deal and I think there's potentially a a number of bad and good sounds muddled up in that I'm speculating because I have nothing to do with number ten they didn't really speak to me very much but my sense is I see that there is an anxiety and a guy in my constituency who voted Brexit said this he said that if Boris went to election without Brexit delivered as disappear he would vote for bars if brexit had already been delivered he would feel the Barcelona's job and then he wouldn't vote for bars he drew the analogy with Churchill at the end of the war that he would be very for one purpose and one purpose entity I think the second thing is that allows them to create this narrative of people against parliament and use the fact that somebody like me voted against the promotion as a sign that parliament's obstructing get.

"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

03:23 min | 11 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"He runs over and as a twelve year old boy. Who's hitting puberty like your dad's not cool anymore. He's kinda like doughnut in his dumb. I get a big giant hug from him and he's like oh my gosh. I'm so glad you're here. Thanks for coming. I'm in and i'm like of course man. I'm not gonna miss your first game and i knew how much it meant to them. Which was that moment was worth five and a half hour drive anyway he gets in and he gets the first hand off of the game. I play the game takes it. Nigh yards eight to nine yards looks fantastic. Hey yeah yeah yeah second play. The game runs an off tackle cuts back. A little bit doesn't quite get back to the line of scrimmage but still not too bad. This eight man football that they're playing jumps up goes over to the sideline and about five or six minutes later. I'm like why this is still not back in the game and i'm looking around and i see him over the sideline shoe off sock off to plays sprained ankle which now we found out two days ago after getting an x-ray on monday because his foot was still bothering him that it look like broke his growth plate. What's in the foot yes so he's in an air cast for three weeks. Oh man and a half hours one way to see to place and then i i had to drive five and a half hours back a got up there like three o'clock in the morning wanting broke his wrist not yet this so here his twelve year olds it's football career so far amazing sportscenter worthy interception on the last game last year now breaks the wrist going going down to the ground second play of the second season play football breaks the growth plate in his foot and is going to be an the erica's for three weeks so dial up a man's got character though breaking bones what he did tell his mom what's that i don't know how much longer my football career is going to land andrew luck out there and telling me bad. He is mad right so this has been a goal fantasy football football all podcast. We span the globe next week. We'll get into politics and it's gonna be great fram. Don't even think thank avowed. Here's he wanted to do though starting next week. I think you and i should do weekly picks against the spread in either n._f._l. Or college it just has some fun with it yeah. I'm cool with that. They want to eat. Let's pick a college game in a program so we'll do that starting yeah because the n._f._l. Starts next week so we'll do one of each against the we're going to do any odd numbers and we'll do. We'll do one week will do to college one n._f._l. Next week we'll do class to get that started. <hes> it's the best time of the year. We're going to start doing some off-season. Conversation suggests whatnot <hes> so looking forward to it. I hope everyone enjoys the finals super three months at least up here up in the north east of golf season and look. We're going to me here for you every week. What we're gonna do what we find homey love. You have a good weekend and our next week to at mattie kenny g. to either award and the joy the week hockey and thanks for listening to madyan academy checkout akao the more great e._s._p._n. Podcast on the e._s._p._n. App apple podcasts four wherever you listen to podcast mattie in a caddy.

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"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

03:19 min | 11 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"I don't have to walk you in their semi. It's based on projections are projected rejected the powerball on thursday because they haven't played any dame's you dope. They go with powerball on friday because they haven't had the drawing it okay so absurd. Your team is awful. No it's not my look at least this time. I knew how to set up auto draft. So if i missed the pick doc the person that i would. I would get which i did this year. I think you have three good players. What three does shawn watson nick job michael thomas those year three best players okay derrick henry like don't love. It's degrading p._r. You went homer without sean jeffrey not homer. He was the highest at the time name. When it was my turn to draft. He was the highest rated receiver out there. That's funny. Yes you just went chalk but no no you don't get to they. Call me a homer when the highest rated receiver. Was that guy like. It's not like i was like he was seven down the list and i picked him because he's the eagle jazz sean jackson are are made on our boy jackson. Who's filling in producing the podcast say he's literally in the other side of the room laughing athene because he knows that this is a fight. They'd stop it. If we were opposing lawyers your client would be found so guilty. They'd kill him twice. You are a a walking contradiction near. If we were opposing lawyers you would have already been locked up for contempt in the first seven minutes very eh. I would be standing there alone in the courtroom looking at an empty table across because my opponent would be locked up for compound the court yeah you caught me to say i know i know i already know you would have been ripping. The judge been like really you're navy blue you you were navy blue robe sir ma'am they sick and we always say your honor and be like hot really <hes> hey man. I lua a holiday when they tell me how much bail you need. Yes absurd all right so your fantasy team stinks but y- in here i will say that here's what i did with mine and i thought you the whole time because every other year fourth pick is a gold mine because you're going to get one of the top running backs well. One of the top running backs hasn't signed a contract yet. He's hanging out in kabo and i wasn't touching zeke because the whole time i'm thanking you can't drag leon amihai bell because i gave collins crap for an entire year for taking levian bill. I was going to say right. You gave me a farm full of manure all you the year i pretty much only because because i was i thought and listen to all the pundits like this year with zeke is like it's hold. I'll be two games at the most. It'd be two two games at the most and now looking like this is not going to be two games. My favorite thing that they're saying which is why i purposely stayed away from zeke like oh always working out and staying in shape down kabo. You know why you go down to kabo..

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"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

04:07 min | 11 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"It's short seems like that at least what tiger nowadays days but the funny thing too that had to be bothered him for a while and even after all of this time even after all of this time time you couldn't say nothing like don't tell me that you need wasn't bothering you during the three playoff events wanna wanna which w._b._z. m._o. Though but i don't understand what like i don't understand why you don't say anything to people like that because because now the now when you have a procedure like this and you like. I'm already walking again. Well well wait a minute. You're going to not not only. Are you supposed to play in dozo which is teddy. Whatever what's that which he said he's still he's still will but he's he keeps leaving out the part that he's playing in net little skins game free money event like that's the one we get the super paid of parents fee by getting a big old check and it just oh oh by the way happens to be at the same golf course a couple of days before the tournament star. What an amazing coincidence because you wouldn't be allowed to do it the week of the tournament. That's a no no on the p._g. Like come on man. Stop talking to me like i'm four years old like we get it all right. There are ways around the appearance fee. Knock it off but at least come out and say i hope to be good to go from skins showdown with rory which is at the same place as zo but i think now could that potentially be in jeopardy yeah potentially. It could be things like that a quick though i mean it's it's august twenty eighth eighth not for that guy no not for him and who knows what club again but i'm not here's the deal and i've been consistent with this since day. One wake me the <hes> in march with tiger. Wake me up with the players. You know wake me up when there's tangible gulf being played when major championship season comes around around with him his off season going to be so much about rest rehab and recuperation for me. The last thing i'm gonna do with tiger is start worrying until we get to april and for those that were worried item last year going in april what happened he did so he won the master's and and he was probably hung over after winning the masters which by the way catty you can help people with that not help. Oh people i have the cure the only cure and can i tell you bra that was one of the most pro segues in the history of segment that he you ruined it by acknowledging. You gotta just keep going well. No come on. That's all about the timing was saying so so people listening would have been like oh good segue but now you pointed out the joke anyway good no man. I'm gil you probably did. You not give me mad props for that sake. We never good adam adam so regardless. <hes> hangovers see now. This is turned into. Maybe one of us has one. No i know we don't you know why because we got the cure for it. It's called blowfish blowfish for hangovers. I'm telling you this product right here this. This is what this may be one of the only we we talk about a lot of things on the podcast but this is one thing that both mattie and i have used like literally have used it. It is a hangover remedy. That's it and it's the only one that's recognized as effective by the f._d._a. Okay so there you go. It's basically you take two tablets. You drop them in water and then you drink it after the fizzing stops if you don't feel better in like fifteen eighteen to twenty minutes you get your money back. Thank seriously if it doesn't work you get your money back. Well you get your money back after your hangover gets away finally which which if it takes more than twenty minutes ain't hangover that you've got this is blowfish and it works..

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"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

03:33 min | 11 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Little tweaks like that like come on man if you're the masters champion seriously if you're the open champion and like that's one hundred percent with the nine hundred percent like you're gonna major urine yeah. If you wanna major come on man. That's what this year. That would have been two guys. It would have been sixteen twosomes. Oh my gosh which here's the pivot you. No no no one bitched about this week. What slow play you know why those smaller field and because they played in three hours and twenty six minutes on on sunday on saturday they are on friday after the round on thursday they bush ti- times up an hour like forward because because they played too fast way before t._v. was field less delays yet this brazen de shimpo in the field like he was one of the guys playing fast to everybody playing the same thing. That's why i'm telling you that whole slow plating was such fake outrage aged. It's joe well. We're not going to go now to go back there. I just need to bring that point. I'll tell you again. No one said a thing about slow like you. You know this is an issue that has to be fixed the commissioner gotta do some and if you want to know why nothing gets done it's because of weeks like this because no wind soft golf course everybody everybody go low shown they fly around the golf course bryce nelson that he was gonna do himself to. He was gonna do whatever he could to try to correct that. He's look look you're right. It was different but he even admitted that like i'm going to do what i can and try to speed things up by. He's not gonna take two minutes on the puck and for you know just heads up bryce and finished not twelve made himself a check for six hundred eighty two thousand five hundred. It's good money. Hey there's good money last macworld roy mcelroy not great in the majors. He won the players he was which isn't a major. We'll get a knot tied for twenty first in a masters not great at aw p._g._a. Championship t._a. U._s. open t nine open championship missed the cut so he did what he had to do. Statistically one of the best players on tour. I'm not going to change my. I you know me. I was always at the height of his powers. He's the best player in the planet. You still feel that way. Why remember back off that with cameras now going back because i know someone who did. I would have friends did what you did back off and then he wins and now he's like. Hey told you rowers the man of boy here. We go no but i do. I will say that you saw what i saw at the height of his powers he'll beat anybody doesn't mean i mean if you have brooks in him at the height of their powers. Let's see yeah. Go careful here. We'll try to here. I can't because i just i don't i love that. Rory committed look brooks kicked. This rory's words quote brooks kick my ass in memphis yeah during the w._g._c. and he was happy a return favor and i love the fact that rory i don't you don't necessarily have to say he threw shade but let's say what he said. Basically laid a gauntlet down and gave brooke some bulletin board material for the gym when rory said i envision playing like i played played against brooks many more times in the future which is like saying the more times than not with me and you go toe to toe..

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"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Are you taking your saying is. Let's wait until something disastrous happened. When i'm saying is in traffic havoc until someone gets hit by a car or we can put a red light up now now now. Let's wait read the okay gimme a red light fix. Just told you a red light which i just told you. The red light is the guy who shoots the lowest score for the week doesn't win. Did that happen or guy like bruce. Kepco who starts. It's the beginning of the play offs in first place ends up finishing nineteenth well again. That's three over on sunday but what i'm saying i understand that all i'm saying is there are still better ways as well or you know what. Here's you wanna fix it completely. It's not the playoffs anymore. It's just the fedex cup what needs to be fixed. This worked famously. You headed dude that one the players i think he finished at the top ten of the masters he did so you're talking about a play and how to fourteenth starts. He had ten top tens and he he had a really nice year awarded for it by winning the last event now in the playoffs if you're the wildcard team. Did you have a really nice year did that. Did you back into the play i did. What has it happened that a wildcard team wins the championship. Yes jason coke wreck. Just win the tour championship that i'm not familiar with no then what's the problem. I just already told i think golf had a remarkable weekend. I think the guy completely agree with you the better you want to change. I just said i agree. That golf had an amazing weekend. Can it be better now have been better and get more people. Can it be better and get more people to tune in you had except no you can't well. Yeah put tiger in it. Thank you but as one when you have there you go. You just made the argument. Let me get this straight. You know what's an awesome ended a season a celebration of the year that doesn't didn't have the masters champion and the open channel aide huma. I'm sorry if you were you didn't you wouldn't you wouldn't want tiger woods too so let me get this straight if you make it to the tour championship you oh you qualify for the masters but if you win the masters you don't get the reciprocation okay. How about larry how you doing if you were a buttoned up in your argument you would have come up with it yourself and have to come up with him. I just did now. You threw me off a series jumping in. Let me ask you let me ask you this. What more more based on the field that we were given i just get n._b._c. have wanted at this field then getting mcelroy and kept on the final apparent on a sunday dustin johnson and what more than more than macaroni and kapka in the final you just said what more could you have gotten. You said what more and i'm telling you the if they could have gotten more. I'm not look. I'm not saying that. Here's what i think you're you're taking this like. I'm saying that this was bad. I'm not saying that it was bad. That's not what i'm saying like. I understand i understand hey yeah also it was great but you know look rory mcilroy and brooks kept in the final group and if if i throw dustin johnson and patrick read in the second last group with can i ask you thomas and like what can i say something dustin johnson. I'd have an opportunity to put himself in. The last group can't not what you asked me. Can he control. That's not what you asked me but he can control that right. That's it's not what you're just catching my crosshairs because i'm sick and tired like this. I can't stand hypothetical when when we have something that's right in front of us and that i think we do in sports all the time instead of taking what happen happen fact data in front of you reality. We always try to you know more something. That's not there or hasn't happened yet when we should you know i just.

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"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

03:07 min | 11 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"Yeah. Roy was on fire on sunday rory. There was no way everyone starts at even par. Rory shoots thirteen hundred and beat zander's softly by three shot right. Now zander finished tied for second anyway but i don't like doing hypotheticals. I you have to look at like what would have been and could have been as far as format goes because you wanna you wanna be able to compare it. No this format y- is this format perfect no no here's why here's why you you can't. That's the whole basis of this conversation. This worked so well. It's not going anywhere. It works so well this year. What happens next year matter again. That's hypothetical. You can't deal in hypotheticals but you have to deal in life comes this. Here's the perfect example nascar nascar sprint cup. Is your perfect example right there. Why perfect the perfect example is because that is still one of those things these were you like. Hey who's going to win the big thing at the end you but i don't know it's thirty cars racing but only four guys have a chance in the guy who finishes fifth. He gets the big prize. You'll nah not really. Does anyone really care about that. Nope no one really cares about. Why are you you you losing. What i'm saying. Is what i'm saying is like last last year last year. Tiger woods wins the the the tour championship right and it's it's amazing and no one knows that justin austin rose again. So why are you using last year's an example because this year everyone was talking about how it was ni- the ratings were up ninety ninety percent now compared to last year but compared to two years ago and three years ago how the ratings were up so high but there's a combination of reasons why that could've been what i'm comparing this to. Is it still not perfect like yes. It was good but it was good because justin. Thomas didn't shoot six under the first this day like if justin thomas is on and shoot six hundred first day this is over it is done and if georgia does does something different. They beat alabama but they didn't alabama won the s._e._c. Championship won the national championship in over you can't again. There's no no why you keep you know why they made tweaks to the national championship in the way the deform it because they knew it wasn't perfect what he's hustling since when when what tweet from from from jump like when they went from hey man. We're just gonna do from b._c.'s cohen u._s._a. Today and you know what let's go computer in there the computer or know what to do and then the computer is like no now i need a computer can't watch game made they've made one tweak since alabama's beat georgia and they didn't make it made one tweak yes but there's a combination of things that go into it is what i'm saying right like. It's not okay so let me ask you back in the day. I'm asking okay who won the fedex cup the guy who was supposed to roy mack now who were okay is that debatable. What do you mean is it..

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"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

The Golf Podcast

04:51 min | 11 months ago

"rory it" Discussed on The Golf Podcast

"The now on the it's mattie and the catty here's berry and michael college. He boxed alongside the catty michael. I am the mattie happy mattie and caddy a wednesday we will we are going to do our best to get this out will not do our best time. We'll be a wednesdays and wednesday mornings late morning early afternoon as we embark on the football season and the non off-season. That is the season golf. I scheduled. It's overweight. What what kind of yeah who wants to take a two week break map but we we come to you on the first wednesday after the fedex cup championship and the pay day and perhaps one of the quietest dominant seasons we've seen out of a player in a long time and laurie mcelroy and it's kind of ironic because there is an argument argument to be made for rory winning player of the year now know brooks wanted. Both of them were one three times like if you let rory's wiens is nothing to sneeze at count gummy through the players championship in there too the only thing the only thing that's difficult i think for rory's three wins is and not to take anything away from the toward championship but especially this year in the condensed schedule. All everyone talked about that was how exhausted they were so you beat twenty nine exhausted dudes regardless of how good they are. Everybody was exhausted right but i'm saying like it's not like y- you were at your peak and everyone else was at their peak in when i talk to rory he was like i'd be lying if i didn't tell you i was popping tylenol inbetween round yeah yeah i mean but again. It's a level playing field. Everyone's like that true. It's not like sale. It's easier to beat. Twenty nine beat up dudes than one hundred fifty. Six beat beat up dudes one guy. Who's a little fresher yeah but that's the thing that's the thing with the format i mean that's the way it goes down. I mean it's it's a limitation type scenario so you know he was your big takeaway from justin thomas starting with the two you know they got lucky. I'll tell you they got lucky because you know i thought we you know we were pretty critical of the format and and most people works didn't understand it but then when when thomas thomas went out thursday and went even and then kept going at low not low three under and was it can't layer shaw flea got tied type yeah so after the first round three way tie for first and then essentially that was gone so the fact that the p._g._a. Tour in the fedex cup standings standings rebel to be nolan void after the first round that was very very fortunate for the tournament because then all the sudden you had an actual tournament. It could have been horrible. I don't man the i'll tell you what the p._g._a. Tour must have like a rainbow painted horseshoe with unicorns on it or something because does how they dodged such a bullet yeah every single time you remember a couple years ago. When paul casey could have one literally could have won the the fedex cup with a third place finish which would have been made him fedex cup champ without one win in the season and like they just dodged that bullet it was crazy but s you're kinda china. Was we understand going. You know what <hes> tiger woods man. That was awesome right. Yeah a who wanna i know yeah now. You know it wasn't tiger though but i can't believe i'm going to say this but this is actually the best format they've had and it was like that because again like you said they they had good fortune shining lean on them because look at this way rory would have won anyway if it all started if everyone would have started at even par. That's again where the tour has unicorn painted poor shoe. Is that if you went oh yeah but if everyone started at tournament of even yet rory would still won by three shut up existence exist this i it drives. I don't know i know it shouldn't drive me crazy. Put it does how lucky the tour keeps getting. What do you mean eh yeah..

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