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"sacree" Discussed on Bet The Board

Bet The Board

10:54 min | 5 months ago

"sacree" Discussed on Bet The Board

"Combined San Francisco's defense allowed a fifty five percent rushing success rate on the ground and for some context league average forty eight percent. San Francisco gave up forty eight percent success rate through the air about three percent above the league average you look at explosive runs about fourteen percent of the runs. They faced in that six game sample. Were terrible they graded out like twenty eighth in the League. Fourteen percent of those runs grade explosives so pretty crazy and then you just look at something as basic as total points. Tampering gave up twenty six point three in those six games higher than the League average. We know they won the division by about a an inch so could have been even more. I just think this is a much different animal here. When you're looking at the chiefs I think would gets really interesting in talk all week? About how the chiefs. Oh line and I'm holding up to pressure right in holding up to that forty niners pass rushing. I think no doubt that battle probably really plays a huge role in this game and I don't know if we talk about the XS and Os. That's probably a good a good point to geek out a little bit Is that something that you are hearing. I know you listen to a lot more radio a lot more television than I do. But it seems like it would be commonplace to talk about this Forty Forty niners. Pass rush against the chiefs align. Is that what you're about it especially when you look at the forty niners blitzing less than any team that made the playoffs of the twelve teams. That were in the full the blitz rate of less than twenty twenty one percent trying to get after the quarterback we know they're fifty seven sacks. This season lead the league. That of course does include the nine that they've racked up during the playoffs. And all the questions about Patrick Mahomes homeless versus man coverage Patrick Mahomes versus zone coverage if the forty niners can drop seven and take full advantage of that but to kind of set the table on some of those statistics and allow you to elaborate. Read a little bit more than how you see ultimately going you look at his numbers. These are all up to the minute from Fox. Bet three hundred and five and a half his yardage number twenty four and a half completions completions the going rate thirty six and a half attempts two and a half touchdowns and I think the rushing prop arguably that you mentioned there. The one of the more fascinating one's thirty two and a half and you do have to substantial price right now fox but to go over that particular total if we talk about the forty niners defensively and how they need a scheme to try and take away Kansas City. We we know they're not going to be able to neutralize everything chiefs do somewhere you have to give a little bit to make it up on the back end. I think the biggest question I have pain and tell me if I'm off. Base is the speed that the forty nine ers don't possess in the back of the secondary matched up against the tracks stars the Kansas City. Throw out there in space. So if you're Robert Sal and you're trying to devise a game plan to takeaway at least something. Kansas City does and force them away from their comfort zone. What do you go about trying to craft from a defensive game? Plan to at least neutralize some of the effectiveness S. of Patrick Mahomes and to use the famous line. You're not going to stop them. All you're doing is hoping that you can contain them from here for here and there. Yeah spot on awed. And you know whether it's Sala coming up with a game plan or having Andy Reid with two weeks to prepare. We know he's covered about two thirds of his games with multiple. Prep time. And I think what the match up here is going to be. And I'm intrigued to see if Andy Reid takes. This approach We Yeah No. Kansas City has a large analytics department. We know that They usually have a league game plans. I'm intrigued to see if there's actually more passing and it's so funny because everyone's like man that pass rushes is just so dominant. Why would you ought to pass more? We believe right using tempo in passing on early downs in this game is important right because that way if he used Hembo you can fatigue the forty niners pass rush and eventually that may pay some dividends late in the game or maybe late in these drives. Because you can't get them subbed off the field so so I think you WANNA use tempo. I think you WANNA throw on early downs if you remembered out for like the last two weeks or last two times you've been on this podcast we've hammered home and it's proven to be true that you're not going to beat the forty niners defense in these third in known passing situations but what's interesting here. The forty niners are actually only slightly above league average on first and second down in terms of Sacree. Most of their damage is done on third down. If you look at the League average about a nine point seven percent average sack rate on third down in the first half. San Francisco's at twenty percent. So you you want to throw the ball. I think early downs. Like we've kind of suggested for the last two podcast when when discussing this forty niners defense. Here's the kicker and here's like the battle that we want to watch for and it might not necessarily lend itself to the forty niners having an edge on third down the chiefs have only allowed a three percent sack rate on third down in the first half. It's by far the best in the NFL. So it's good on good. The forty niners might not be as dominant on third down. Defensively here if you look at the offensive lines. The forty niners have faced in terms of third down sack read aloud last thirteen games. They they played a schedule of offenses that ranked twenty second in that category. Now you get number one Kansas City so that will be a very good match up to watch when San Francisco Enciso does not get that sack on third down especially in the first half of games they go from second in success rate allowed to fifteenth so they become pretty average if they don't get the quarterback to the ground on third down so if Mahomes can be kept upright here. I think he's going to have a chance to to to really shred it and make some noise. The other thing that's worth discussing is these games are all about matchups. What is this defense play? Hey how does this offense executed cover. Three is the forty niners. Based Defense San Francisco plays cover three or cover four they play zone defense vents. That's that's their third gig. They play zone. Seventy seven percent of the time mahomes absolutely torches cover three in cover for this this season on early downs when we talk about mahomes in the chiefs needing to pass. That's when San Francisco plays. They're most zone. Eighty five percent at the time they play zone on early downs. Twenty percent more than league average so throwing on early downs important again There's two games where the forty niners chose goes to play a little bit more man than they usually do. They played forty five percent man against the rams forty four percent against the saints and to your point todd at the top. That did not go very very well so when we think about you know Robert Salah making this adjustment with over two weeks to prepare. I'm not sure he has the personnel to go man right especially in this matchup with all that track speed as you alluded to right. We saw Sherman trying to play press against Davante Adams of times. It didn't work while the forty niners have struggled kind of finding stability at corner opposite Sherman all season. We saw that the opening round game against Minnesota digs burning guys left and right right for some big plays. That early touchdown was against man on third and short That is one thing that the forty niners have done. On third and short they liked to play cover over one man. There are a lot of men beaters no pun intended there with tyreek Hill that You know off the top rope there. you know there's there's GonNa be some advantageous match ups their if they decide to play man. I don't know if they can do that. And it's going to sound stupid but right like the chiefs offense is good as they are. They're going to have some advantages but there's some real numbers to support this. You even look and we talk about. This is last week. We're talking about a lot with the forty niners offense but we have been like pounding the table about offenses using pre snap motion in using play action. And I think you know once team start to become a little more analytically sound. They're going to realize premium position in this league. which seems to be devalued? You'd the linebacker position but linebackers that can cover are going to be extremely well paid because offense is going to start using more motion and more play action and so you have to have linebackers that can cover. But the point here is just using a two-game sample the last two games. Where this forty niners defense has been extremely dominant? Even in that dominance. They have struggled defending pre snap. Motion Chiefs Use pre snap motion the fifth ice clip in the NFL. So you just look last two games against Minnesota or Green Bay and again to two offenses. They've pretty much dominated based on the scoreboard in yards per play. And all that stuff but win win Green Bay and Minnesota use pre snap motion sixty three percent passing success rate thirty five percent when they didn't use motion so cousins in in in Rogers through a rating doubled when passing with pre snap motion. The forty niners did not record a single sack on a passing attempt in those two games that feature is your pre snap motion so I think that's important. I think it's vital right. You have to do whatever you can do to best negate a guy like nick boasts at number one in the NFL. In terms terms of edge rushing eighteen and a half percent pressuring adjusted for the level of offensive tackle space number one in the NFL. I think it's it's really interesting and you talked about Patty mahomes running the ball here. I feel really good that we went over seventeen and a half eighteen and a half in one thousand nine and a half last week. Okay and I think because does he has fifty three. The last two games in that long runs on sportscenter. All League all week right. We saw the Russian prop in opens twenty nine and a half. You mentioned. It's out to choose highs thirty three and a half certainly shop around. It's thirty and a half some other places but I think what's interesting is and we talked about this a little bit last week. Typically again zone defenses. It's tougher for your quarterback to scramble because you're corners are facing the quarterback rather than playing man their backs to them. And so you would think that that prop isn't going going to have a lot of legs and then you look at the forty niners defense and how they're constructed and it's gone Alexander. It's Fred Warner guys. That are really really fast. But because of that pass ass rush. It's so strong kind of forces quarterbacks to leave the pocket early so despite San Fran playing zone and the inflation in this number I would not impeach shocked to see mahomes rushing prop get into the forties. Come Game Day and I think there might be better ways to attack that prop. Maybe we can talk about that a little bit later but what was interesting. Is We dug into scramble. Place and we.

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"sacree" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

06:39 min | 7 months ago

"sacree" Discussed on ScreamQueenz: Where Horror Gets GAY!

"That's Ms and then there was a long pan away from the door. Just silence. See just let you pick your what was going on behind that door. Yeah it's creepy. I would've loved to yet. That was another scream moment. And that's doesn't really happen in this copy. I don't think it's as effective without it but it's alright also talking about your use of ambient sound of Very big fan of when people can you silence for us in a movie. Yeah yeah yeah because again like with. Dan was saying because whatever. You're picturing happening to fill hill behind. That door is so much worse than what any rider could have written. It was silence to actually weird remarkable rotator right. Tie Back to Superman rape. The the idea of using silence is so uncomfortable with just having having to wait in have silenced exists in our normal day-to-day lives to just be in the presence of another person at Acehnese thing is. I'm really fucking hard. One of the guys that I I teach with a friend of mine. Doug he talks about how he eats. The civically will in design courses with Critiques last like you know for the class of to comment on something. And he'll wait for ninety seconds. no-one after ninety seconds he will jump in Status Horace so so law which do whip it out and start jerking it now again talking. That was horrible. Terrible than say yes out easily. It's very hard to do that. As certain point like it's it's hard for me to wait ninety seconds in order to give people the the opportunity to fill the space because they will because all my God silence for our forever especially these in modern days when we have constant instant entertainment at all times at our fingertips. I'm never walking around without my headphones. Listening to something exactly actually Patrick. That's another thing I was going to say they about. This is what I like about watching these older horror movies that you send us are the fact that they are for the most part. The budgets are modest is too low and they're working they're maximizing the impact from a very small budget or very small set set of resources and what they're able to jam is not waste time especially back then With a thousand little cuts they'd let Shots last longer than normal. Modern Movies William can just click a button physically Up The real stupid stoops the whole thing right and I was thinking about that specifically the scene in the Rehearsal Room when Jess is confronting the shitty boyfriend the turtle area and they had that long distance shot where she's walking away from the piano and she stops and talks to him. She's very much much of the foreground in he's very much in the background. And because it's such a wide angle shot. He's pushed so far back issues pulled so far forward her. It's a beautiful shot. It's really stressful yet. And it tells you everything about the relationship that point to Sacree Zak. Yeah because I remember reading somewhere like I had a teacher who was like every shot in a movie. If you pull a still should tell you a story. That's a good one. Yeah look at that and you can understand the relationship relationship right. They're like oh she's leaving in one of the things that I if you've never seen this there's a really good youtube show which no longer exist anymore. Called every town meets the red and green show. Because I'm going to kick your ass the Red Green show with US talking about. Can I tell you I googled it once and like Youtube bombards me with red and green show shit constantly now. Okay okay I I never watched it the red green show on PBS. When I was a kid we used to launch that all the time I love the right egregious? I have no idea what you're talking was kidding. All believe me. It's all over my. It's all youtube. Wants me to watch Patrick. I don't know I won't watch GEL. I'm afraid to watch at this point. I won't give give it to the algorithm. How it's super charming keeper? Stick is it's so good. Okay Okay Taylor shot that. It's a youtube show called every frame of painting. It's by an editor called Tony's now or big toys outcome Tom and he talks about that. Executive Hussein every shot should tell a story in a very talking about the way that cuts work in order to add that extra layer of depth to a story and talks a lot about how extra cuts are waste. Because they're they're just there to. They're not there to actually inform the story or cared right. Focus on specific directors specific suit. Yes so we'll do person uses this in this one so on and so forth. Including what is goofing from a the Rock and goofy transformers. Michael Michael Bay. Whatever I just can't remember just blow shit shut up so when he talks can't make a cut blow something up we'll so he talks about his Mike? Look you may think that Michael Bay fucking socks in his adult director director. But there's a reason why he is good at what he does any talk about. How even in the action sequences? He doesn't really the thing where there's a fight sequence in the two people or monsters or whatever they are fighting are spinning counterclockwise. Will he'll have the camera go counterclockwise clockwise and will always need something in the background so that there's all the swirling movement using three dimensions of axes in order to you know. Just show show all of this turbulence and he hears it against battleship which is a movie that tragedy similar things again trash movie Brianna. The actress actress. He's like look at all. Look at how some who's trying to do a Michael Bay and they have do it properly. 'em accents is no so. Dan has a Boehner right now. Everyone yes you know that.

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"sacree" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

Sodajerker On Songwriting

05:25 min | 11 months ago

"sacree" Discussed on Sodajerker On Songwriting

"Didn't talk alta derek hatton who was below him be a good thing to show ya very good thing we will go into days. Will we but no every time. I hear it just takes him back to. The knowlton is of necessity. No gutter locally gale allow knowlton is a daddy's boy knowlton john join the army. He thought they come out of him. He must be pretty balmy. Prove yourself river bez ital- vocalist on the sound. Don't you like there's no and how has that can very specific delivery but they don't sound like the same guy on so that the casket zora or giving recent ride wait till the new ones as a track on it ideally feet wingfield eighteen with anybody anybody that hasn't heard pete wingfield an eighteen with a bullet google whatever you do now and you're gonna love it is wonderful and i worked at him on a couple of tracks. X one is called. Do nothing all day. Jamaican song jamaica man rotor must find out what his name is. Oh god if you're listening to this. Jamaica you wrote a song called do nothing all day absolutely nothing though they wanna lamey on cressey the ground and do nothing absolutely nothing all day. That's your song you wrote it. I wanna know you are because got to credit here but that nothing all day we did and pete wingfield lovely lay backtrack on a track at the same time for sesame street uncalled a._b._c. with my children singing a._b._c. e._s._p. And i can remember the rock and roll and the enter the sex play on allah ella. This guy was brilliant and then another one cogos on avenue and try. All these tracks are on this new thing if you good boys are might play you attack so halfway through when you hang on the bell because you're early. You're ten minutes. You know we'd like to be prompt. Prompt trumped is blowing off the ranger moods on that record. Though i mean you mentioned some of those songs being beautiful i finally the casket quite beautiful is quite poetic. You know land like kim tied now with the cbo virtual wolf o. scrap of mattielo. I i mean warren unusual phrase that is and what a beautiful phrase other though mugabe words and so to make it different. How am i going to sing it because icon con not that sort of thing i don't do ballads never have never will nearest seabreezes as it were and the version on that just being bland blaine of the album you hear all echoes whatever it is the version on the out takes is me to solo singing it and dan just doing the demo of renault orchestras all that's lovely when he got all these other tracks he got all the mistakes is a lead version on here that goes on for six minutes. It is so lou matchy. We're all i'm living. I think it's getting on guitar. Mistakes made the stephen word. Elite elite is gonna why on this a bit on it. I didn't even know 'til. I listen to just came to tell you. The truth is said of it's gonna why does this. It changes the levy levy levy. Leave it alone just one thing though it sounds like you have a lot of raw materials the time like words from mma goffin choon society known ahonen finishing the casca aska. I'm bringing myself. That was pretty damn good. I am very impressed with me. Answer account can't about it. Don't do it subtly into my head. Jake sacree you ever heard of all good. I did a song called. No lardy dr dr is lady. Di about jake thackery did the original lardy daw song google a._m. Jake racing and his presentation the big man love new does a folksy but when he came on he was different he was like you know wow nice classy leads was in northern kobe for his presence is chiseled features like a met that guy gene roddenberry. It was easy star trek. Yes yeah yeah big chiseled man great knows mind bigger the mind stronger them on really. We looked impressive. Jake factory dot sold. The chiselled looks like one of those thing. He's an american president. Yeah the rock and jake would have this is presence and have the tone and i thought right when i sing. I'm going okay.

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"sacree" Discussed on Bet The Board

Bet The Board

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"sacree" Discussed on Bet The Board

"The offense he finished twenty six and thirty six over five seasons his offense finished eighty fourth ninety six fifty nine hundred second and an eighty second in overall offense of efficiency. I i don't know if he's the guy dan dan the fever baby yeah. You know there's there's offensive line concerns. They return only one fulltime starter up front now the way they're being coached up from. What i told is berry butch. He's drawn rave reviews for his positive reinforcement style. <hes> can't yell at the kids anymore. The canes also bring in <hes> n._f._l. Superbowl winning linemen bryant mckinnie. He's he's assisting with technique. This seems to be working bottom line. Though i think the align <unk> has to improve to help out a young quarterback you'll get miami's align last year seventy four th and stuff rate seventy seventh in sack rate tough to envision massive improvement there although i think they're probably trending in the right direction but if the airline isn't good when you've got young quarterback it's not not a great combination thankfully for miami. Hopefully they have a <hes> well above average defense unit to finish number four the country in total title defense number three in yards per play. We know the defensive line loss of production pain but the linebacking core arguably one of the best in the country led by shack ornament yeah and listen how emmy plays her style. They're willing to give up a big player too and they may not be sound in their gap integrity like each and every down but that comes at at you know they're willing to do that to create big place behind the line of scrimmage and many as wants to make your offense uncomfortable it means send a ton of bullets. Send pressure get you backed up. The canes were number one in tackles for loss last year. There were number one in sacree and they were number three and stuff right. Everything thing is about forcing your offense to play catch up. I fully anticipate this being another gains defense that finishes in that you know ten to eighteen ranging overall defensive efficiency when the season concludes if they can figure out the secondary situation this schedule as cotton soft miami is gonna be favored in ten games <hes> other dog to open the season against florida in a tiny road favourite for for their game. I think it's november right at florida's as at november yet. I saturday's on november..

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"sacree" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Yeah. Folks. Welcome to this future is bright, goodness gracious. I feel like the futures coming faster than ever before. One of the can't possibly be true. But they all towing one young years. We'll go by faster the older you get certainly. If you have kids, that's the case. But it sure does seem like the speed of business has increased significantly. We're all trying to stay on top of what's happening in our industry and goodness, gracious, what isn't happening in our industry to major blockbuster deals and just the last couple of weeks or even be less time than that feels like it's two weeks old. It's not one deal was just this morning announced that Salesforce is buying Tableau. Holy Christmas and all stock deal is what I read. I actually saw the first ever demo of Tableau at a public event, it was tinted, y I wanna say two thousand and six timeframe, maybe two thousand and five thousand five and. August, and it was part of another vendor that had underwritten it, and it was just a tiny little table. Tom and I walked the demo on thought. Wow. That's great. This is going to be great stuff for business intelligence that good visualization and well, that's correct. It wants. Great abalone took off, like gangbusters. And of course, it just got bought by Salesforce. Wow. Tallest, building in San Francisco Salesforce, building folks in case, you want to know Salesforce, of course, spun out from a really smart guy from oracle mazing amazing amazing things are happening, folks. And then last week Google announced. They're buying looker for two point six billion dollars. Why how looker is really really cool? Technology it done several webinars with them over the past couple of years, very interesting approach to being able to deliver lightning fast queries. Very, very cool stuff, and obviously Google thought. So, so if I didn't want it to know if Google. Serious about the data business. Well, they are. There's no doubt about that. Now they are very, very serious. They've been hiring some enterprise professionals for years now to go over to their, their organization, and it's the real deal. Looker is very powerful. Technology, Google is now going to own it from what I understand that as a major, major league deal. So the ground keeps shifting earthquakes are everywhere. And today, we've got another great vendor on the call. Open text were to be hearing from a one of their experts and sacree Jarvinen. He's going to tell us all about artificial intelligence now. It's changing the game. Not just for traditional operational processes, not just for what we typically call business analytics, but a bit beyond all that you in the analytics data warehousing space. We talk all about structured data so structured data's data in a relational tables space data warehouse data warehouse, it's either Teradata or snowflake. Of course. Is really taking off these days. Watts cool things happening there. That's structured data. But if you think about how much unstructured data there, is that stuff is everywhere. We'll, we talk about digital transformation will literally that's moving from manual, largely paper oriented processes to digital processes and, and the bread basket of America. There are lots of big companies that have tons, and tons of unstructured data in document format that has to be captured has to be digitized. It has to be understood, and frankly, until all to recently that was very difficult and time, consuming and expensive task. But as we'll hear from Zachary today, that's all changing. So I'm very excited to learn about this. I've known about open text for a long long time now. Very cool company doing good work. I let that let's bring in Zachary of open text. Tell us a bit about how you guys are using a I in this sort of broader analytic space in how you're leveraging new documents like new this old. School manual processes and documents. How you guys are making all that stuff work at open text..

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"sacree" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"White sacree Cleveland tonight after sweeping the royals cubs your off moving to Saint Louis. The cardinals tomorrow business, the Dow is down seven points, the NASDAQ is up seven the P five hundred objects Jeff's fraction AccuWeather says some clouds, today, some chances of showers this afternoon, a high of seventy four fair skies, dry at O'Hare seventy six degrees at two thirty one topic our news the half hour. Breaking news. Cook County prosecutors have just filed new sex assault and related. Charges against our Kelly. Numerous reports say the eleven new counts qualify as class x felony charges, which are the most serious in Illinois next to murder each one carries a potential sentence of as much as thirty years in prison. It's not clear whether the charges are connected to a new alleged victim, or upgrades of existing charges WGM. Jennifer Keiper, is looking over the charging documents and we'll hear from her coming up in our three o'clock hour, two men charged with killing young mother, as she cradled her baby beneath her will remain in jail. A judge denied bail for the men when they appeared at a court hearing this morning. Four year old Brittany hill was shot and killed just before nine o'clock Tuesday morning as she talked to a couple of people in the twelve hundred block of north Mason in the Austin neighborhood. A couple of minutes jumped out of a car and started shooting hill protected her daughter by hiding behind a car. The one year old was not hit Chicago. Police say that six hours later two suspects were taken into custody in their hometown of her Bana now thirty nine year old Michael Washington. Twenty-three-year-old Eric Adams are charged with murder. Burning to foia NewsRadio on one five point nine FM Lincoln towing is one step closer to being run out of town following a decision by cook County Circuit Court judge Lincoln, towing challenge the decision by the Commerce Commission to revoke its business. Licence following a two year investigation that found the company incompetent and unworthy of the license judge Neil Cohen dismissed the suit, but allowed the company to keep towing cars, while it seeks rehearing before the ICC that could come as early as next month in this could continue with more court filings Lincoln, according to the ICC was guilty of hundreds of unauthorized toes. Mike, Crausser NewsRadio on one zero five point nine FM also developing this afternoon, Chicago. Police have just released hundreds of pages of documents related to their investigation of an alleged hate crime. Hoax involving empire actor star jussie smollet a Cook County judge last week granted a request from the media to unseal the case against the actor who says to people jumped him in St. or villa last winter this. Let's turn his office filed charges against small at but later, dropped them w EM Steve Miller is going through the material. Now, we'll hear from him throughout the afternoon. Today begins the one hundred deadliest days of the year. Aaa says the period between Memorial Day and Labor Day are the most dangerous for drivers. This is due to there being a fourteen percent rise in car accidents in the summer, many involving team drivers.

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"sacree" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Bob Larson, thank you. It's twelve fifty name. So my powers. But I don't know your name, sir. That's from van. A new superhero movie hit is out today. And Jeffrey Lyons is live now with a review. Did you like it? Saying my name is the name of the movie damn as you may recall, if you know you're coming history. There was the captain marvel character who said Sam in this movie fourteen year old boy living in a group home in Philadelphia into this amiable superhero play by sacree Levi, and the special effects are wonderful. And he's fighting the bad guy played by English actor Mark strong. Sometimes the movie seemed a little bit too much in love with its own special effects, say go on and on and on. But there are some witty moments in the dialogue and movie bubble. Never takes it self seriously. It's a little too scary for young kids. It really is. Because there are some monsters representing the seven deadly sense that come in. They're pretty scary looking for kids, but anybody over the age of say twelve or thirteen we'll have a good time. Not a movie to see team spirit starring L fanny fanning quickly, acquitting her her sister as a decoder fanning. The bigger star in the family. She plays a Polish-born girl weren't working in a small restaurant outside of London. And she dreams of being a singing star. And she sings in a dreary local nightclub with any tend to people, but somehow winds up competing in the team spirit contest, which is a national contest. Familiar sort of story. But she does quite well, she has an older mentor. Former opera star back in the old country. And it's a sweet poignant movie and the other one which I really liked this the public that's written by directed by. And starring Amelio Estevez based on true stories a lot of Liberian find themselves having to deal with homeless people who hang out in the library all day long, and there's even a book called librarian sky homelessness, and this takes place in Cincinnati on a frigid night when a group of homeless men most many of them vets decided to take over peacefully the third floor of the library just to stay out of the cold. And Alec Baldwin is the hostage negotiator from the police department and out and Gabriel unionist setting a TV reporter and Kristen Slater plays a DA trying to run for mayor, and it raises some important issues and talks about being kind to people and the risks involved in that perhaps. And I like the film lot at Amelia west of. Visit very talented filmmaker I wondered what happened to him. I'll tell them when I ended you tonight that you were wondering what happened. Theater talking tonight about the movie, very nice. Thank you. Jeffrey lyons. It's twelve fifty three. This is Bill. Finally, got me Bill. What's fabric the Clark street? Crater the mother of all pothole. Yeah. Year after rim wrecking year. It's tormented the people of town they tried to fill it. But it always turns it Comey could. But, you know, stay got you to you. Trash.

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"sacree" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Of children. Mothers. And of course, the ladies in white gall sitting on their hands on that one. But so number one take away again, this is what this battle over the border security national security is all about and that is building the wall that I will never abolish our heroes from ice. Thank you. Comment on. Socialist, sandy. At all called ice terrorists cetera. To ask you a question. To congress. A common sense proposal to end the crisis on the southern border, get influence humanitarian assistance, more law enforcement, drug detection, at our ports closing loopholes that enable child smuggling and plans for a new physical barrier or wall to secure the vast areas between our ports of entry in the past. Most of the people in this room voted for a wall. But the proper wall never got built. I will get it built. Now, you know what I would have done at that point. When he said most of the people here in this room at one time or another voted for a wall. I would have said would those of you who have please stand up? That waterbed. Headquarters. Scott wants to address that because he thinks Nancy was sending messages to the minions last night, Scott and can island good morning. Hey, sean. Good morning, Frank. Great shows us on. Yes. I think I think President Trump hit a grand slam last night. I thought it was great. I didn't know if you noticed or not. Somebody I saw stretch Pelosi in behind there. And at one point it looked like she held her hand off someone in the gallery. Like don't say anything I noticed. She was giving me she was giving huge last night to the ladies in Klan robes. The wizards in white and. Wendy, say something and she order hand up. Like don't don't say anything we're taking their cues from her. If she stood up they stood up at one point. I think somebody started to stand up. This is my guest now and she put her hand up. Like, no, no, no now sit back down. It's not not not time yet, you know. So I agree. And I was I was yelling at the TV all night long. John with TV about the the Marsha socialists press on her hands. Yeah. That this was amazing Scott. Thanks so much for the call. And then pointing that. Now, we appreciate it. Yeah. The gestures the facial expressions as I said Pelosi Cam was well worth it yesterday. Just a nice, okay. I'm on her. And of course, you saw the class at dignity of vice-president Pence then you saw her shenanigans. We're pulling the transcript of the speech pretending. She was reading it again, just disrespectful. And that's what Americans tuned in last night. They got they got a full display, and hopefully they'll right the ship and twenty twenty she's a monument to sacree. I don't know..

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"sacree" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on Big Blue View

"And that is that's the job of the defensive line is to get pressure. So the giants were tied for thirtieth in sacree. That's. Obviously, not great. The other team tied for thirtieth in sacree was the New England Patriots. They just won the SuperBowl. They were able to manufacture pass rush. They got some pressure. They were better in the playoffs than they were during the regular season. But these were two teams that were also top ten units in creating pressure. It just didn't always turn into sacks. That is fine. Because as we talked about with UI earlier in this episode that just getting pressure on a quarterback makes him worse. Whether you get him for a sack or not if you just look at like the sacrifice in the pressure rates. You had the giants who were top ten impression. You had New England who was also a top ten impression rate, but they didn't get the sex. Those are much better defenses than you will get Oakland who was last in sacree, but they were also last in pressure rate. They had a bad pass rush because they could not create. Pressure is. So they could not get sacks. But the giants and patriots they were able to get pressure. So not getting sacks was not as big of a deal pass. Rush is more than sacks the problem game. With the giants was that secondary was not able to hold up when the pressure did occur. And I wrote about this on big view. If you look at the difference between what the giant secondary. And the patriots secondaries were able to do when there was pressure on the opposing quarterback. It's a world of difference. The patriots were so much better because they had guys like Stefan Gilmore a who was incredible during the regular season. Probably the best quarterback in the week during the regular season. He was great during the Super Bowl. He was shut down basically during the Super Bowl befall Brandin cooks all over the place, and they just could not get much. They're outside of that broken play into a was wide open in the end zone. But that was. Zone coverage. So if there was just a lot going on there. So you're going to see so much about how the giants need to improve the pass rush..

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"sacree" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:45 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Big ships. How about the Lakers yesterday? Look at see. That's what I'm talking about. That's what I'd like to see night in nine out. Okay. This young squad at times has shown us that they can put their big boy pants on and that they can compete against a team as good as Oklahoma City and shout out to Lonzo ball because I know everyone's going to tout their the offense of numbers. And all that look Lonzo was great shot the ball pretty well yesterday. But defensively he took on the task of facing off against Russell Westbrook, which look Russ's had kind of a weird shooting season this far, but that doesn't change the fact that Lonzo was all over him in that game and forced him into a much worse game than he's used to. So when we look at this game. I started to think to myself. What did we learn about the Lakers in the win at okay, see, we learned? And that lonzo's value on the defensive end, which is something I have been discussing all season long. Even when Rondo was healthy. I wasn't happy with the fact that Luke was playing Rondo down the stretch because I was trying to explain everybody Rondo is playing defense particularly off of reputation. Lonzo is clearly the better defender. And by every metric by every I test that is absolutely been the case. And I'm not trying to disparage Rondo, I'm just telling you go with the better option. And if you didn't notice that yesterday that that part of lonzo's game, which was already pretty good to begin with as a rookie has gotten even better than I don't know what to tell you man than you. You're going to have to start paying attention to stuff when those guys don't have the ball in their hands. Because that side is as important as anything, and we've told you that the defense has gotten better. When or since LeBron has been out and we've seen that. So shut out the Lonzo ball. I think Lonzo was tremendous yesterday. I thought coups played great yesterday, obviously. And look who's the one aspect of his game. If you're going to nitpick stuff was the fact that he hadn't been shooting great from three this season. Last night. Certainly wasn't the case man, he shot pretty damn well from three yesterday and big zoo. I went on my Twitter yesterday went on the Twitter machine. And I said yo big zoo needs to get more minutes and not only do you need to get more minutes. He needs to be the starter at this point. No disrespect to Tyson Chandler or javale McGee. But early in the season, I was trying to tell you, man. Those guys they're just bit players big zoo may be a bit player, but he's showing you he's got the ability to be more than a bit player. And I love it. And I think they need to give them more minutes because the other guys are basically, you know, older guys this point, particularly Tyson. I mean, maybe get an eighty RPI card pretty soon. It's a, Freddie prince junior Friday, and he is in the house. Hello were you happy with big zoo yesterday man that was a great game. Laker fans have been wanting to see this for a while. But you get nervous with a guy like this. When you don't know quite how good they are for it was like five years ago four years ago. Robert sacree had this great game. Yes. He and everybody was like dang, man. Like, y'all give that guy some more minutes. Well, they did. And you saw that after about five minutes he was gas and he just couldn't run with with with anyone anymore. So there's a little bit of nerves there..

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"sacree" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I'm blandness meaning plan of you should be able to beat Arizona without him. And if you can't you're not gonna win the Super Bowl anyways. I will say you're you make a good point about Arizona's pressure, though, seventh and adjusted sacree. So they are terrible football team that offense is atrocious. But they can rush the Basser. They've got some dudes. Well, and that's the problem with that. I just like I'm guy about matchups and that matchup Rams offense. Their defense is just not a good match. But like at this moment. I mean, he averaged what he the average number of hits for the first nine games. I think through the Kansas City game has was four per game four quarterback hits he's had fourteen hits in two weeks. So they're starting to pile up offensive line up offense a line in the play is working play action sow work. It's not working Todd is not getting the football consistently enough. The only had twelve carries yesterday. You don't handed off the him. There is no play action play action. And then also too. If you look at their offense is how slow is the Rams offense. Now, remember it was up temple fast paced come out of the huddle. It was I now they're huddling. They're actually huddling. They're actually walking up to line of scrimmage. This is a totally different team right now does that make you look we talk about gothic kind of the line. Obviously, those are the biggest areas of struggle. Does that make you have any concern about Sean McVeigh, the fact that when teams say, hey, we're not going to respect play ActionAid around the ball do the internet? Whatever, you know. And we saw it the lion scores set the precedent then the bears. And again we every week. It's been the same formula shouldn't a coach able to respond to that and make some adjustments. Or do you think he so handicapped by the deficiencies on the line and what Jared Goff is doing? Well, you know may not thought about it. And I gotta do a better job of calling putting Todd and a better. Take the bullet this time he didn't because he said we need to put it on himself in a different way. He said that we got to be better. We got an ex. Well, that's see. That's just his coach talk steal not saying Jared Goff is not playing well. And he needs to admit that when he says that that's how I know. He's not doing coach talk. Anything else was what blackout? Listen to the sound one more time because I didn't really sense precedent. I just sense. You know, not doing things the right way, not executing the little things the fundamentals the techniques not making good decisions, you know. And it's everybody, and we're all in this thing together. But but we gotta get figured out. And we gotta get figured out fast. That's as close to an admonishment shot. Gentlest? But that's the first time that he's actually called out Jared Goff mental mistakes because add decisions decisions us talk about that isn't much. That's the only person who could make a decision now the NFL. It's the quarterback his decisions are not where they were in the beginning of the year decision making though because when I look at my c- he can't he's not making the tight window throws because they're like four hundred they're not buying play action. Dropping guys back that just seems like a execution thing. It's not. I mean, yes, granted he had one of the worst worst place. I've seen of the season. That was truly decision decision. The by and large. Do you feel like he's missing guys were open at all or voicing it? He's hedonist three guys yesterday wide open. He missed a wide open drone Everett. He miss Todd Gurley on open one there's passes that he is not that that tiger listenable touchdown three that is sort of a three. He I've seen him make that throw to Cooper Cup..

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"sacree" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:48 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"On with two of our allies one with our well, our greatest ally really in Europe the United Kingdom now Gardner is the director of the Margaret Thatcher center for freedom and Bernard and Barbara Lomas, fellow at the Heritage Foundation. And he knows what's going on over there because he has a British accent. Now. How are you, sir? Doing very, well, thanks very much. Let's start with Great Britain as the Theresa May has taken the mantle of the public vote for the Brexit. And it's been her job over the last two nearly. Two years to negotiate the Brexit with the European Union. And it seems to be falling apart right now. What's happening right now. Well, yes, I think Theresa May's Brexit deal she's negotiated with the European Union has been really disastrous. I I think it's a very unpopular deal. There's no way that she was going to get through the house of Commons. And so she pulled a vote that was scheduled to take place today on that. And instead threes amaze going back to Brussels to renegotiate parts of the deal. How does this work? I can't imagine that she sat down with the leaders of the European Union and worked out a deal without having a good understanding as to whether she could make it through parliament with it. Did she have bad advisers or did she just think that through her own political will should be able to wrestle this through? I think it was a combination of all she was overconfident here. I think she, you know, she seriously believe that she could get disagreement three three parliament. But there was a huge rebellion within the conservative party over one hundred. Conservative m p said they would vote against the deal the deal seen as really a surrender to the European Union. A huge amount of concessions have been made to the European Union in the steel in my view, it's a very it's a very bad deal for it basically Britain indefinitely to what is known as the customs union, which means Britain kennel, find the same free. Trade agreements will still be subject to rulings of the European Court. Justice will be subject to huge amounts of EU regulation of businesses. So this is the deal is unacceptable to many in and own party. And I I do think the prime minister's badly misjudged the mood of her own party and also the British public as well overwhelmingly opposed to this agreement is was there any part of the European Union constitution that I saw one of the country's wanting to leave that agreement. And is there not already a built in mechanism for that too? Occur. Well, yeah. So I mean, there is a mechanism which allows countries to leave the. The European Union. So Britain has fully that that Britain is the first country to leave the and so this is really a kind of a test case here. And which is why of course, the, you know, the European Union leaders have been so mean spirited indicative in dealing with Britain because they fear that if Brexit is a is a big success. And I Brexit will be a big success. But you leaders fear the consequences for the rest of Europe, and they fear the public countries will fully if they make the terms to to favorable to country leaving. So they're they're using Britain as kind of an example to as a warning shot against other countries, you'd want to go through this either. You don't get a warning to other countries. But also, I think that they're all some officials who seriously believes that Brexit can be derailed. The process can be can't be stopped by making the turns condition. So difficult person. This has been the strategy. Also, a lot of European Commission officials. I do Brexit is going to go ahead. The question is what kind of Brexit? And of course, the British people when they voted on the language of the Brexit. The was it was it was this discussed in the lead up to the referendum did people any. Anyone waved? The flag saying, you know, this isn't going to be as as cut and dry as people think this is going to be a long drawn out process and. We might still have to be beholden to the European Union for certain aspects of their trade regulations for seen or was just very simple and cut and dry. Hey, we want to get out. You know, I think the issues are very clear cut during the referendum back in two thousand sixteen seventeen point four million persons. Leave the EU vote leave is the main official campaign Brexit, and they made it clear that person should leave both the customs union and the single market. And so I think that Brexit vote just knew exactly what they were voting for which was a clean break from the EU the pull the trees, and may has not actually offer that team prime minister didn't do what the referendum exactly ended. The prime minister voted for remain in the referendum say, she's not a breakfast here. She became prime minister because the breakfast side was divided in the conservative party leadership race. And so you know, Brexit is being led by somebody. Who never believed in Brexit. And that the hall to the problem, I think which is why many Brexit, here's according for a new conservative party leader and new prime ministers Lee prison into the Brexit era. And I expect that we will see that. Well, and who emerges here as the the new conservative leader who can sort of pick up the mantle of Brexit, and who wasn't supportive Brexit. Yeah. Yeah. So that there are several leading contenders. Full that I would tell you the front runner sonya's Boris Johnson. The foreign secretary who resigned over the prime minister's checkers proposal, which preceded her final deal with the EU and people may remember Johnson. He he's got the huge mop of hair. He's very flamboyant. He added he was used to be the mayor of London if I remember, right? That's correct. He was a very popular figure someone who I think would would actually do very well as prime minister the other candidates including David Davis afford breakfast. Free. Dominic Robb another form of Brexit sacree. But you also have you know candidates on the remains side as well. He you know, who will try on derail breakfast. So, you know, the fight for the Brexit. You really have to be United. They have to stand firm to put forward a candidate who can unite the party in a the Brexit. Proceeds you know in the best possible fashion guaranteeing solvent and self determination, which is British voters voted for by the way. If I'm if I'm if I'm a leader of the e u n Theresa May is now coming back hat in hand saying, hey, can you renegotiate this? Why should I be compelled to do? So I think they said listen, we made our deal you've got it. If you're going down with it. That's your problem. Theresa May's finding today in in Europe so shipping Berlin today. Talking to Angela vocal about this. You know, the German space upset that they're not willing to renegotiate the deal. I mean, Theresa May have two years negotiate a good deal for Britain. She didn't do that. Now concessional concessional concession to. Right. The officials say she should have stood firm at an earlier time. It's too late now. And and I think that person is the most likely scenario now is that Britain is heading towards a new deal Brexit because you can't renegotiate the Theresa May deal all of the after all of the giveaways, she's she's given including offering associated billion pounds of British taxpayers money to the European Union. Just leave the kind of. A ransom. Yeah. That's ridiculous. And this was a two year window, which is coming up at the end of March. Is it not as they if there's going to be a deal it needs to be done by then when you say no deal Brexit that basically means what we're they're just out. And there's no. So what it means? The this new actual transition period, which there would be a transition period loss until the end of twenty twenty if a deal is agreed. So there'll be no transition under the new deal Britain was simply just report back to World Trade Organization rules, and I think that, you know, with the new deal scenario, it's not it's not only deal, but I think Britain will do perfectly. Okay. This is the world's fifth largest economy. It's a global the city of London is the world's biggest financial center. So, you know person is going to do well, regardless I think it was too much sort of fear mongering from opponents of all over new deal. Will that Britain would actually do, you know perfectly? Okay. Actually under a new deal scenario. That's the crux of it, isn't it now gardener. I would think the the last female prime minister and at the same time, the first female, prime minister of the United Kingdom, Margaret Thatcher. The woman who's center you are the director of at heritage fan. I I would think that if she were faced with the mandate to get out of the European Union. She would call up her friends over there on the continent and say, you want us and need us more than we need you. We're we're the United Kingdom. So we're leaving. We'll continue to trade with you. You tell us what you're willing to give. That's that's not at all with Theresa May did here that's not how she approached attack. I think Theresa May's approaches the antithesis of home manga Sancho would have handled things Lady Thatcher would have negotiated a very good deal. I think with the European Union that defended British. Interests. And, but you know, at the end of the day. Margaret Thatcher was far far more principled politician. He was a tough negotiator. She would not be pushed around by European Union officials and Margaret Thatcher also believed that Britain should leave the European Union. And so he would have, you know, wholeheartedly believed in in taking Britain out of the in contrast to Theresa May, by the way, one one other word of a Lady Thatcher in Cleese. Correct me if I'm wrong because I could very well be it was her insistence says the discussions about the European Union was starting to heat up there under her stewardship that that the UK not participate in the shared currency, right? Yeah. If I remember, right. And that single decision to keep the British pound did not use the euro really does make this an easier. Brexit formula, first of all, but Secondly, still keeps the power in the UK's court. I would think the fact that they still control their own currency. Yeah. That's very important. On August has always opposed the only person ever entering into a into a European single currency shareholders, fundamentally dangerous move, and and I can only. Sounds finding a European single currency is hugely important and gives a great deal more more freedom, and I'm sure that you know, you're going to see a number of European countries potentially exiting the European single currency in the next the next few years. I think it's it is certainly a prime candidate for that. Very interesting. Let's turn now to the continent because there's quite a bit going on across the English channel two with prime minister Macron is the prime minister McConnell president. He's he's president of France. Boy, you talk about some not only just the violence and the riots in the streets, but his popularity from all sides of the political and cultural spectrum in that country. What a difference two years makes Britain. He was the darling rising stars of the entire continent. Yes. I have. Emmanuel Macron increasingly looks like somebody who is deal touch with design people he rose to somebody without much political experience..

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"sacree" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on Big Blue View

"Join tear by Chris flung and for the second week in a row. We are coming to you. After a giants win. That is crazy. The giants beat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday thirty eight to thirty five and Chris that is two wins in a row, and we consider that a streak. Yeah. That does constitute a winning streak, and it was also when the giants highest scoring games at home since twenty fifteen I believe which also involve Pat Shurmur, but that time he was with the Philadelphia Eagles. So this time at least he's on the side of good. If thirty eight points, the giants have not done that a lot this year as you said they have not done that in quite some time that was aided by one. Defensive touchdown that will get you. But the offense I'll say played a fairly well today. So I think as we usually do what we start this visa, I think we have to talk about I manning who had also a strange game. I think if we really break it down. So we went seventeen of eighteen or two hundred thirty one yards. That's twelve point eight yards per tempt. That is incredible two touchdowns. No interceptions. But he also took four sacks. That's in eighteen percent sacree if you're going on drawbacks, which is horrendous. But again, he he wasn't asked to throw a lot because the giants really focused on the running game here, and we'll get into that. But with manning, the seventeen of eighteen is crazy. So that's eight ninety four point four percent completion percentage and the NFL's next gen stats has expected completion percentage based on where defenders are relative to the quarterback where the quarterback. Is where defenders are relative to receivers. And they have a whole process that goes into expected completion percentage and allies expected completion percentage in this game was sixty seven percent. So that's a twenty seven point four percent difference. And that is the second biggest difference in any single game this season by any quarterback only. Russell Wilson's week. Eight was higher when he had an eighty two point four percent completion percentage against an expected. Forty five point eight percent, which is thirty six point five percent difference. Russell Wilson very good at football. So you I had a pretty good day by this. He he had some throws that maybe if we're nitpicking we can talk about I think that his one incompletion on. I think the mesh wheel concept that we've probably been waiting for all year, and they finally throw it and he throws it a widow behind Barkley who's just wide open down the sideline. They eight yard touchdown to. Odell Beckham wasn't placed. Ideally, but Odell Beckham has the monster hands and was able to bring it in. And then when you look at where you I was by Heeb, your so rocky was seventy eight point seven, which means a quarterback who plays like that will usually win seventy eight point seven percent of the time, if you could total QBR which adjusts for some things and accounts for a rushing and some other things and Z fence, you only had sixty eight point seven, which is is still good. But that was a lead ninth among quarterbacks this week. So you look at some of the US Ron numbers, and they look really good. But mostly I think he played a fine. He just had more. I think ideal circumstances in which he was throwing. Yeah, I didn't even hate the throw to saquon Barkley that wound up being incomplete. His only incompletion I didn't hate it that much. It was a little bit behind him. But it also looked like ally was trying to come say for the sake of the deep safety closing and put it over Berkeley's outside shoulder as opposed to his inside shoulder. And it looked to me like Barkley kinda lot just lost track of the ball and adjusted the wrong way. So I think that's still could have been caught. I think there was still a catchable ball, maybe not ideal. And who knows what the Barclay if you have been able to put it out in front of him at might have been a touchdown as well. But except he played fine. I didn't like that. He was still throwing a little bit more than a yard and a half behind the sticks..

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"sacree" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

05:51 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Right. That's pending. And and Maryland is a party to that lawsuit. They brought a separate lawsuit against Jeff Sessions after sessions said that he would not defend the constitutionality of the individual mandate in court. Right. And so they the the the lawsuit was designed to compel the government to defend the constitutionality of the existing ACA now with the chain. Change in the attorney general Maryland's argument is hey, we need to know who the attorney general is whether it's whether the acting attorney general is Matt Whitaker or whether it's rod Rosenstein in order to determine whether we can go ahead with this lawsuit. Says if the new, yeah, if the new attorney general intense to defend the AC, well, then we don't need to move to compel him to defend the ACA. And in fact, that likely because of past statements by Whitaker on the record where he thinks that the ACA is the the worst legislation. I mean, we've both read that interview in which, you know, he he cried Marbury versus Madison as being wrongly decided, and and and said, you know, there's a there's an uninterrupted string of, you know, congress. Exceeding its thirties under the commerce clause. That includes the individual mandate of the well that's cited in in this case, right? So it says look we have a real interest just to ship controversy. We have a real interest in knowing who the attorney general's. Yeah. And so so they brought this lawsuit and and the lawsuit tracks what we said last week in terms of challenging Whitaker's appointment specifically it makes two arguments. And I wanna go through kind of the nuances of the argument because I think this is really interesting, and I think that this forms a case where you might. Well, let's see let's see what you think about it. When when when we get so the first argument is that the vacancies reform act. Does not supersede the attorney general succession act, which is a more specific statute that says exactly who's in the line of succession for attorney general that attorney general succession, by the way, that's what I relied upon in. Our Joe sacree. Guy, right, man. Yeah. No. Will never he probably just you just see a cut to me is just like shucks them old timey. I got a picture him. As Gil from the Simpson. Oh, jeez. Accurate. Zachary twilla, your can never get fair shake in this thing. I like to think that he's you know, because if I were jeez accurate to will. I would have Google alerts set up on my. I picture in the department of Justice would like overalls in a you know, the. What the thing they always have in their mouths with the. Like a like a a sprig like a stock. Hey Hey, or or something. whatever asked like, hey, why are you doing that nutrition from that thing or part of the overall look anyway? Okay. Gone back to okay. So so the argument is that the vacancies reform act is applies to over a thousand different potential vacancies potential different executive agencies and the attorney general succession act applies to one right and one super important office because it's in the line of presidential succession. Right. And so. Relying on that the argument advanced by the state of Maryland is that the vacancies and reform act five USC, and in particular, the subsection thirty three forty seven a one provides that it does not provide for the vacant and reform act does not provide for the exclusive method of determining the succession of officials. If quote, another statutory provisions expressly designates, an officer employees to perform the functions and duties of specified office, temporarily in an acting capacity, which the attorney general succession act does now argument in response to this. We actually covered in a previous episode. So I don't know if you if you that was also a a hint in in the way in which I just described it you wanna take a stab at it. Or you just go ahead. Okay. It is sure. The vacancies reform act says that it is not the exclusive means of determining the successor. But it can be a concurrent means. And in fact, when we discussed the consumer financial protection bureau and the lawsuit brought by Leandra English. That was exactly the same argument that was raised in the CFP case, right? It said look the CFP was created by statute, it provides that the deputy director succeeds to the director ship in the event of vacancy that then should Trump the vacancies and reform act and the.

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"sacree" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You can't escape the long arm of the law or the watchful eye of jimbohannon on the offbeat. There are various reasons why you might shoot someone there really is. However, I doubt that the list of gluts what motivated a wheelers bird West Virginia van his neighbor after the bay bridge. Log more rocks into his yard. It's never a good idea to fall asleep at work acworth, Georgia police have arrested Tim sacree for sleeping in a car well for sleeping in somebody else's car. Well on the charge of sleeping in car. He broke into along with some credit cards, and I d he had from seven other cars never good idea to fall asleep work. After a bus trust me. It's a losing proposition. But a Dublin Ireland man has tried some even less likely he's been arrested after breaking through an airport door and running after a plane, which was already headed down the tarmac. And yes, he missed his flight. It happened to Adam Thornton of Bradenton Florida who called nine one one when he witnessed an accident. Thornton provided a statement to a deputy and even helped clean up debris. But as he was leaving a police officer ashort, and if he knew there was a warrant for his arrest. No at didn't Dan Reeves is five months earlier Thornton witnessed another accident and called police like a good citizen and the official police report listed Adam Thornton as the suspect. Not the witness since the actual suspect was also named Adam. But this wasn't cleared up until Thornton was taken to jail hoops on the manatee county Florida sheriff's department, there are some weird cases of violence reported these days in St. albums, West Virginia. Is accused of beating his mother with a spatula at in Madison, Wisconsin, the man is accused of beating another man with a skateboard tragic to be sure, but at least creative and how badly do you want a bath? Memphis, police say Jamal Staples wanted to bat so badly he took one in a home. He just broken into. And no, he did not make a clean get-away the offbeat. I'm Jim Bohannon America in the morning for November fourteenth is produced by Tom delack, associate producer, Cathy.

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"sacree" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

Table Manners with Jessie Ware

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on Table Manners with Jessie Ware

"What are we have no idea what Jesse town you've made? I try out with my hands at the weekend because reading is and actually it's better tonight. But I love like slow to me me too. And it kind of me way. So that's we're having pulled chilly brisket beef delicious. And then we're having I feel like I never understood what brisket way what can you break the part of the cow. The we use law in Jewish. Well, but also soapy it's really good for soapy. And it's just really good. If you slow cook it, and it kind of pulls away like pool, Paul growth. So sorry. Sorry moments bits of spice in it. I am Churchillian and answers will Ryan from sacree. So we're doing that. And then I feel like the jacket tater is the unsung potato. I do too. I do done nothing fancy apart from my friend. Nora taught me to always school. Them Lowe's see-saw on olive oil. They get crazy. So having jacket potatoes brisket. Sock cream cheddar cheese, and then this very country delicious radish cabbage. Kind of co slow, but then I put avocado a nets cream up with reading nice, lighten limi-, Dijon, Asians. This.

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"sacree" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"sacree" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"A man in Oregon is accused of booby trapping the house. He was forced to give up USA's. Chris Barnes explains. A real estate agent who was charged with selling the property after its previous owner. Gregory rod belt was forced to forfeit it. As part of a legal case was concerned that it was booby trapped. Some more enforcement officials responded in an FBI agent ended up shot in the leg when he triggered one of those booby traps, which they say, we're all over the house like something out of an Indiana Jones movie now rod builders facing charges of assaulting a federal officer is a sororities believe he set up the traps, including spike strips and a hot tub that was set to rollover anyone who set off a trip wire

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