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Fresh "spain" from Power 106 Programming
"Part of the season. I'm in the lucrative boot. I'm in the room with the world was wonderful. Having pheasant and news. I put a publisher's after I'm ready to mingle struck Hearst Hostile Quarter bird. Yes, Birthday. You are many yet. Yes. How you spreading that the kid can't on having fun with going, Birkin. What a cheap spring on bring a little out of fuel. We're not Spain to be in my domain. Other mothers who got $3 on the raincoat. Good truck. Look, I was in the chap sort of cocaine ain't been the same Finch. Let's come. This is power 106, number one for hip hop. The ones that hit me. The most was just like you. Tell me what that means. Make a slit Communist city with their brains. I've seen it go down. We could bring the next things extreme. Like being next thing. These boys can appear messing people in the cities to the movement of current and say, My God, I want to be in that scene. Damn right. You wanna be in this scene? She had the video trying to be in this thing used to fantasize about being this same bluegrass girl, But she's got big dreams Can't touch me. I got his things locked in the house, but I'm part in things I've brought a gang to the park. With me five white boys, but they not in sync which I think very thing that you say about me. My dogs like to play. Imagine it's OK. But one thing I won't do is play about me. My homeboy Tyler, you place upbeat told me this summer. He gonna fix my jumper. I told boy wonder that we might got a tougher I've been trying to pop my mom like Shumpert. Nothing on my bumper.
John McAfee Facing Both Civil and Criminal Charges
"Regarding john mcafee it does look like that it is federal prosecutors that are the ones that are charging it with fraud John mcafee but on the very bottom of this. Cnbc article. I was looking at it. Does say the. The commodity futures trading commission have filed a separate civil charge against mcafee and watson facing us. He's facing both civil and criminal case. According to what. I'm reading here. He's got three cases that he's facing sounds like it is. That is that what i'm hearing here. That's why it sounds like it. Because when they when they when they When they arrested him in spain it was the for something else something about tax rate and now this new one is is about cryptocurrency from here in the verge dot com. They're saying each count is facing seven charges criminally and facing between five and twenty years for each charge so they're basically just stack charges. Here of course aren't as much the wall and seeing what sticks. Yeah
Fresh update on "spain" discussed on Purity Products
"Hear the passion in your voice, something we say often family traveling food. It means like the perfect marriage, they go so well together. I saw a reference to your mom's chocolate cake that I believe is featured in this syriza that I think you made when you were in. Was it Vienna shooting the show? Yes, exactly. We went to hotel soccer, and they tasted this soccer tour, which was wonderful. And then I worked very closely with a young woman. Viola, who has beautiful little pastry shop makes her version of the soccer tour. Sokka how they say it and And then I came back to the kitchen and made my mom's chocolate cake and by the way, everyone loves that chocolate cake. I mean, I had someone just stopped me in the grocery store recently said I make it all the time. But it is on my Web site, okay, And that recipe is It's like an old fashioned chocolate cake. It won't but it's also It's just the best flavor. It's moist. The frosting is really phenomenal. And now you have me wanting to make it today, people something to do this week. All right, since we've mentioned it a few times and right now, obviously, you know, through television or obviously, through this program each week that we do or or people are reading various mag. Whatever it may be. We've mentioned a TV show is coming out right now It's going to be available or is that was married to set on public TV and create TV. So anything you know you want to say about this particular season that you think folks may want to tune in four and travel a little bit around the world with you join Well, yeah, you know, I think there's some amazing recipes and this one the goulash. I mean, the chicken popper kash some of these dishes from Hungary that were really fantastic. And then also I mean, I went to one, um, Hotel. It's a Michelin starred, and it's called Antica Corte Paula Bettina, and there's a the owners Masum Oh Figaro, Li time with Massimo in New York when he was in front event with the Italian tourism, fucking phenomenal and so I cooked with him. I spent the whole day with him. I loved that I loved making the papaya in Spain along the river. Oh, ha. That was really wonderful, but the other one was the picnic. It just came out this week here in San Francisco, But the show airs in every single city in the country. But it's the one where I do the picnic on the rocks in Greece, and I'm eating sea urchin right of the water, and it's Phenomenal. I love that show. It's probably one of my favorite, but I love all of them. So I guess the most important well, the most important thing that you know many of our listeners around the country and I know our producer Valery, you know, Right now she's already on your website. I'm sure and she's pulling up the recipe. But if you want to connect with you, it's just Joanne. We're dot com and that's with an S. O J O A n n e w d i r dot com So perhaps they can go get that chocolate cake. You know, Valerie's gonna be doing that and hopefully, many other People, some of the other residents some of those delicious recipes as well. So the last thing I wanted to say to you is that all of the recipes from the shore are on my website so you can find them there and so I just love to be able to give Them back to people Give them to people. Well, you know what? That's great to know. So there it's a weekend show for us. People are gonna love this. We've now given meals for Saturday or Sunday evening or throughout the entire week. Joanne, listen really nice to reconnect with my stay safe. Good luck on the TV show is it continues to unfold and the restaurant as well and we'll talk soon. Enjoy the weekend, right? Okay, Great. Thank you. Thank you. Always.
John McAfee accused of $23 million securities fraud
"Name in computer security software has been charged with securities fraud. ABC is Aaron Carter Ski has more between November 2017 In February, 2018 John McAfee leveraged his famous a computer programmer to make more than $23 million by recommending a number of initial coin offerings to his Twitter followers. The problem, said federal prosecutors here in New York was that McAfee failed to disclose he was a paid pitchman. Promoting an investment product without disclosing you're being paid to do. It is unlawful. McAfee is believed to be in Spain, where he was arrested last year for tax evasion. Aaron Qatar Ski ABC News, New York.
Fresh update on "spain" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"He's facing both civil and a federal criminal case. According to what. I'm reading here. He's got three cases that he's facing a set. Sounds like it. Yeah is that. What i'm hearing your. That's sounds like because when they when they when they When they arrested him in spain it was the something else something about tax rate and now this new one is is about Cryptocurrency from here in the the verge dot com or saying each count is facing charges criminally and facing between five and twenty years for each charge. Now according to dillon's rule named after justice dillon in the iowa supreme court he opined that municipal corporations owe their origin to and derive their powers and rights holy from the legislature so nevada has long been considered a dillon's rule state basically there's exceptions to what a municipal corporation and that's what a county is right can do. It's general and undisputed proposition of law that a municipal corporation possesses and can exercise the following powers and no others one those granted in express words. Meaning what the state says that they can do. The state says they can do a thing they can do it to those necessarily or fairly implied in or incident to the powers expressly expressly granted and three those essential to the accomplishment of the declared objects and purposes of the corporation. Not simply convenient but indispensable. So what they're going to argue. I think in this case the county government guys is they're gonna say well we can't let this go. This is tax money. I mean if we let this go. Then we're gonna lose a huge soi county. And we're gonna lose our tax revenue since lance gilman is a commissioner and ever since blocked on how they separated ways but blockchain silo see no longer has land spielman retained as an advisor or as a marketer. Is i noticed that win. This big story about About the innovation zone of bill proposal came out. There were a couple of quotes from lance saying that. He had reservations about allowing this to happen. Somebody told me that they were gonna be having a covid. Nineteen vaccination clinic in nashua..
John McAfee charged with fraud over cryptocurrency
"A household name in computer security software has now been charged with securities fraud between November 2017. In February, 2018 John McAfee leveraged his famous a computer programmer to make more than $23 million by recommending a number of initial coin offerings to his Twitter followers. The problem, said federal prosecutors here in New York was that McAfee failed to disclose he was a paid pitchman. Promoting an investment product without disclosing you're being paid to do. It is unlawful. McAfee is believed to be in Spain, where he was arrested last year for tax evasion.
Fresh update on "spain" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Chris you saw something in the news that you wanted to talk about with The latest on john mcafee the eccentric software magnates who has been traveling around the world in his boat trying to avoid The american government's iron fist and unfortunately the spanish government snatched him up like most of a year ago. I think it was and they've been holding him ever since for an extradition hearing and that was based on irs related charges for you know not filing taxes among. I think some other charge if are calling. Technically we understand where he would be obligated taxes and spain. well no no. He's you know. He was from the united states. That's not quite sure obligations. Where i don't think he was in spain except for was just arrested in an an extra at the behest of the united states presumably. Okay yeah that makes more sense. So he's been in a prison spain. Spain waiting extradition hearings. If time since he was arrested wasn't it. yeah. I think like i said. I think it's been more than a year. But i could wrong. Maybe it's been less than a year. Antivirus software pioneer mcafee trump by us cryptocurrency fraud. So jump john. Mcafee the antivirus software. Pioneer whose former company still bears his name has been indicted. She's not involved with right on fraud and amp sure. The company is not too happy says in recent years because he kind of went away for twenty something years and then kind of popped out of the blue and started like being social pariah and that he wasn't before but he wasn't in the news so has been indicted on fraud and money laundering. Conspiracy charges stemming from two cryptocurrency schemes. Interesting choice of words scheme the. Us justice department said on friday authorities accused mcafee and his bodyguard. Jimmy gal watson. Junior and i never understood this like what does his bodyguard have to do with any of it. I don't know bodyguard. Is there with him all the time. Interesting about this guy is that he is but it's interesting because it seems like there's a lot of stories and every time you know mcafee's mentioned something about his bodyguard is this like..
Alexander Mikaberidze takes us through the history of the Napoleonic era
"Let's start by setting up the hoof the two main characters that we see throughout the movie are gabrielle. Farrow and our montebourg who are both lieutenants in napoleon's army. Were they real people. Kind of the story of you're a ridley scott chose direct a screenplay drafted from ninety seven availa from the famous author joseph conrad but away the noble a was published as dual in britain. But it was kind of the point. Honorary night it stays and you can still find the first edition of in used. Bookstores and condo story was supposedly inspired by this real duels olga. He clearly to liberties facts and the story was about the duel between two officers of napoleonic army. The historical individuals of peer won't The town and francois leotard lavazza. Who became ill baer and finkel in the movie and both of them are very collar for the interesting individuals. Do point was born in chaban as in shock and in western france in seventeen sixty five like many of his generation. He first saw action I military action. During the french revolutionary. Wars in fact he fought that battle. Volney really important. Battled all of the then. He served in the rhineland and by seventeen ninety seven. He's already a general so he would have been all league thirty two years old and a general widely respected for his Martial abilities He supported napoleon in seventeen ninety nine when that general sees power to our and then he couponing pollyanna campaigns. All is distinguishing himself. I mean he. This guy was quite successful in quite capable. Man fought at morongo for that Allback where he he did. Do really remarkable defense with barely five thousand man. He was able to stop and australia. That was five times larger and then he earned accolades for he's exported. Ooh macron's rheinland in the sauna zone and with such a stellar record. He had much to expect from the future of maybe even marshal's baton right as new polian savings says every soldier right in. My army carries marshals. Donen in these anyone could carry. It probably will Dupont was one of them but it all changing in eighteen eight. Napoleon sent dupont you. Spain with motley crue of a of the provisional battalions new new recruits swiss troops. That wayne pressed into service. No one over. Dick league cited fighting and he's tasked was to secure the southern region of of spain and initial successes. He found himself surrounded by the largest army and in the remarkable decision affected. He's entire life. Dupont decided to surrender with some eighteen thousand men at violin in the news of this french. Defeat him in the worse than they surrender right but shock europe. Napoleon is range. Dupont is sent to court martial deprived of his rank and his title kashir and then sent to a military installation into to be imprisoned there for the rest of the only any wars
Fresh update on "spain" discussed on Sean Hannity
"ABC Sasha Peasant Biotech adopted collaborating with Microsoft's artificial intelligence, the first of its kind test works off T cells are immune systems, first responder Foot soldiers, which can remember past infections. Box A T cells are more reliable than anybody tests this weekend is not only the first ever trip by a Roman Catholic pope to the Middle East, but Pope Francis is addressing sectarian violence targeting Christians and other minorities, ABC Zeon panels in the Iraqi City or Beale tomorrow, the pope coming here to the north of the country, where he'll visit beleaguered Christian communities and see for himself what Isis did to places of worship. Don't forget the terrorist once threatened that they would occupy Rome. Well, instead, it's Rome or certainly Pope Francis, who's making a pilgrimage to places like Mosul. His last stop is going to be here in a bill where he'll hold a huge open air mass. There are still protests in Spain over the imprisonment of a popular rap artist who praised armed extremists and insulted a former Spanish king. Some of the protests have been peaceful, but at others there's been Looting a sports related alleged me two story ABC is Joey Waller hands his football coach Les Miles put on administrative leave for alleged inappropriate actions toward female staffers while coaching at L s U back in 2013 reports of Miles conduct made public this week. This is ABC News..
Google says it won't use new ways of tracking you as it phases out browser cookies for ads
"Reporting that Google is planning to stop selling ads based on individuals browsing across multiple websites, a change that could hasten upheaval in the digital advertising industry. Why would they do that? Okay, They must make a fortune doing that. Well, my guess is that it's not because they want to make less money. Yeah, that's again. I just thinking out loud here, and such companies prefer to make decisions that make them more money. So here, here's the basics of what they're talking about doing here. Is that Google? They announced the last year that they would remove what are called third party cookies over the next year. And basically it's a type of cookie is a tracking tool that's implemented on websites that allows again people to track the term Third Party is referring to the fact that it's neither owned by the website nor owned by the user. But the third party being Google on and basically, what they're saying now is that they're not going to build alternative tracking technologies similar to ones being developed by other companies in order to Replace these. And so instead what they're going to say what they're saying. Okay? And I'm just quoting here because I'm building my case. So yes. You should have been an attorney. No, I tried that for two days as a paralegal and did not work. Well, no, no, I I didn't like the idea of billable hours. That just sounded very anti human to me. Best way I can put it. Instead, Google says it's ad buying tools. We use new technologies it has been developing with others in what it calls a privacy sandbox to target ads without collecting information about individuals from multiple websites. One such technology analyzes user's browsing habits on their own devices and allows advertisers to target aggregated groups of users with similar interests or cohorts. Rather than individual users. So here's my Working understanding of where I think this is going Basically Third party cookie technology is one of these kind of buzzwords where it's Hey, they're tracking you individually. And so by saying, Hey, we're no longer in the track you individually. Google gets to say yes. See, we're making privacy important. What they're really doing here is yes, they're not tracking you between websites individually using the cookie. Instead, they want to use their operating system Android and their browsers, chrome and things like that. To instead say, oh, your user X based on the fact that we're tracking you through chrome and through android instead of through the website and because we know who you are, but no one else is using cookies. Necessarily. We're gonna have access to data on you and your group. That other people won't be able to have access to and will be able to potentially sell that data. In the future. Instead of the cookie data. It's It's six of one half dozen of another, like Google is not stopping tracking individuals. They're just changing how they do it so that it's coming from the systems they own, as opposed to embedding something on a website. So if I look up a trip to Spain right on Google, I can still expect to be, you know, receive advertising regarding trips to Spain. Say that one more time say I go on Google, right and I look up vacations in Madrid, right? And I read a couple of articles about vacations and, um, Madrid and places to go. I should. Still then, after that, expect that I will receive advertising about vacations on but dread in Madrid from VR, Vo and American Airlines, and you know whoever else is involved. Is that what you're saying? You know, it just will not be done in the exact same way that it was done Previously, so Again. I I look at this. And is it an improvement from a privacy perspective, probably to some extent. But Google's not doing this out of the goodness of its heart. Because at this point, I'm not convinced that Google has a heart.
Renee Montgomery part of ownership group buying Atlanta Dream from former Sen. Kelly Loeffler
"I former player to be parked a wnba ownership group. She just retired weeks ago. She took off last year for social justice concerns but she was a store poor disfranchised. Kelly left first time as an nba owner. By the way over. Sarah what has renamed montgomery done. This is so fantastic. She is favourite on spain and fitz and she came on throughout the pandemic throughout the wobble. And now she retires. It becomes the first one player to be not only an ownership on an executive. We are seeing the changing face of ownership and women's sports across the nwa l. and now the wnba and the key is not just the decision making the way it can help. Change the practices that we're so used to but it's also changing diversity in pro sports at the very highest level of where it can trickle down from there in terms of hirings in terms of changing the practices in terms of investment. So that women's sports are invested in by the very people that know them best. This is massive and she is the perfect person for this as a voice word as speaker as a player and as a business person. This is huge. And i hope it opens up other professional franchises. Not just in women's sports to understand the power of diversity at the
Portugal's Art and Architecture
"Let's start today's travel with rick. Steves in portugal. The architecture and the art of portugal to tell the story of that small country squeezed between spain and the atlantic ocean. You can wander through museums classical and romantic paintings to styles with the largest impact on portuguese painters or you can take in the beautiful. Blue azoulay zhou tiles. That ornament many of portugal's buildings to learn more about portugal's art and architecture. We're joined in our studio by two portuguese guides. Christina duarte and refco christina and raphael. Thanks for joining us. Average abuse here. Rick christina so often to understand the art of a country you need to understand its economy. There's money behind the art. How does money shape the art in the architecture of patrols. When you have money you want be surrounded by beautiful. Things actually is universal. Everybody wants to be surrounded by beautiful things. The thing is that you don't afford it many times and when you afford them you have them in portugal much money then because they have great art from five hundred years ago yes well. It is a combination of two major. Factors the fifteen hundreds with the discovery. Spirit that allowed us to have for the first time money enough for our trade with many places in the world so automatically the royalty had many the nobility had money and the church have many and the coincidence is that your have money and you have also religion behind it so which. She's being major catholic. Contrary in thinking that you want to give your best and you'll beauty to your your glorify gone exactly to glorify god so They were two kinds of ways of spending that money in art. Which was the private and that will be for palaces that nobody will see and to god in churches and i consider that public art so review. All you have this money coming in from the trade in fact the churches were actually nicknamed spice churches. How how does the space tie into the building of churches. Well when portugal arrived to places like india and china and we started to bring all of these new products. Back to portugal. They revolutionized portugal they revolutionized our economy and from there on the society started to change and that is one of the interesting aspect of art is that it reflects the other dimensions of society. So the spices. There were They were a major factor. For example the jeronimos monastery that began to be built precisely with the money that came from the spices. Which bases were these that were so valuable. So you had Pepper you had cinema And many others in christina. Why would people spend so much money for pepper and cinnamon app to preserve no sleaze to preserve refrigeration also to Pigments of any kind for linen. Or tying dying yes. it was something exotic. It was different. People never seen it before. So imagine the first time you are smelling coffee or you're tasting pepper or you're smelling cinema. Imagine the impact that you had imagined how it sparked your imagination so the wealthy people would want this. It would be titillating for them now. You mentioned the monastery at toronto's same just outside of lisbon b. l. e. m. I believe that was men. Welland style architecture. What is men whalen. What we're does that word come from so The men willing style is named after our kingman. Well actually the name was given only in the nineteenth century during the romantic period but kingman while he was one of the most important kings during our age of exploration so he ruled from the time of columbus until fifteen twenty began to rule in fourteen ninety five until the fifteen twenty s in the nineteenth century. They figured out that. We had a several monuments throughout portugal. That shared the same characteristics. So what are the characteristics. If you look at the front of a church what will you see and you go. Oh that's men welland from fifteen twenty so the manor line is late gothic style so you have the basic structure of the gothic and then over that basic structure of the gothic. You have a very specific declaration. You have for example. Maritime mothes you have the strong. Heraldic of manuel specially to miller rece- fear so that the coat of arms of the royal family and then themes from the sea because the money came from the see exactly like the rope the rope a rope with an art. He's a very very important symbol of maryland.
Attacks briefly knock some podcast hosts offline
"Browns bean spreaker and captivate all subjects to eight to nile attack. The same attackers appear to have been involved. We were wondering why they targeted podcast hosts so we talked to them. You'll find that full report in our show notes and our newsletter today. A company called. Happy scribe is publishing automated transcripts of podcasters without the parent's consent of many of the publishers. We learned today. Cumulus media owner of westwood. One has its achieved more than one billion downloads. In two thousand twenty podcasting revenue grew forty percent last year to they say. They've made their bet on partnership arrangements with talent as opposed to going out and spending a lot of money on it or infrastructure the company uses spotify owned megaphone backtracks has launched a tool that monitors your head gesture movements. The tool requires the listener to be using airpods pro headphones investor. Andrew wilkinson says in a tweet. He's removing podcasts. From his phone because podcastone mostly people repeating ideas. You already agree with or talking about things that trigger anxiety. He's co founder of tiny capital which invests in ios podcast app castro podcast membership platform super fast and podcast producer. Righto media try and digital has released the latest podcast ranker's for the us and latin. America they're incomplete ranker's containing participating publishers only notably the ranker's don't include. I heart radio podcasts. Triton digital is being bought by the company echoing the open independent nature of podcasting and writing in the financial times fulmer spotify chief economist will page notes that major labels released one point two million songs in two thousand and twenty but diy artists released nine point five million songs the music industry. He says he's making more money but has more mouths to feed. Iv is a new podcast app. That offers a way to follow. Topics tags hosts or podcasts. Catholic part is also a new podcast for android with a great name. Mavi star homa smart speaker in spain from canada now incorporates. I've is podcast catalog. And i will be speaking at the rain. Podcast business summit with npr's. Brian moffatt tickets are free and available now from link in our show notes and our newsletter. Today and in paul cost us the journal has an interview with dominion voting systems. Ceo john pelos today. His company has filed three defamation lawsuits against tv networks. Saying his excellently. One hundred percent accurate and very handsome. Voting machines are perfect. Which of course they absolutely are and nassar's curious universe is the first podcast recorded on another planet if features raw recorded sounds from the mars perseverance rover
Chelsea Flying High
"In sedition of espn don. Tom shown in the today by craig burley later. On in the show yanan shocked overheads reflect on by munich. Absolutely destroying laczi. Today we start by welcoming frank. Leboeuf an finale moreno to reflect on chelsea's one victory over atletico madrid and libya asia ruins brilliant. Okay vice cocaine proving to be the difference between the two sides prayed overruled chelsea deserve this. Oh absolutely and since tickle has commended as being a possession game and sometimes that has been a little frustrating so we can possession of gale in the final here. The chip to win chipped away at a little narrow during the game. You know particularly in the first half when it was like everyone was trying to through metal where vale mount planning inside trying to get the win bucks forward and it wasn't easy because at one point i said to you look at madrid. Six across the land up so it was no easy and behind but in terms of an away performance in europe or in spain but no way performance for chelsea against the league doesn't laliga always going to be a tough nut to crack and the still we'll be in the second leg. I thought it was a very very good performance. When you consider what many high to do and go nothing nothing bletchley literally nothing early on both fezzan across a bud touched from him but as for the rest of chelsea were extremely professional and are for clinical madrid. Were extremely poor.
Lawmakers vote to abolish death penalty in Virginia
"Two bills to abolish the death penalty in virginia one final approval in the state. General assembly on monday. Yip and we're headed to governor ralph northern. Who as we know is a democrat. Who's expected to sign them. Virginia historically one of the nation's most prolific death penalty states with then become the first in the south to abandon the ultimate punishment. The state senate approved by vote of twenty two sixteen a house. Bill that bans executions and establishes a maximum punishment of life in prison. Without the possibility of parole a judge would have discretion to spend part of that sentence a sticking point for some republicans who pushed unsuccessfully to make life without parole a mandatory minimum a minimum yes and identical senate bill sponsored by senator. Scott a cheryl bell is my saying serve as late last name right. Demo democrat passed the house by fifty seven to forty three vote with two republicans joining all the democrats. Which is a wonderful sign. Virginia has imposed capital punishment since the colonial times head of the rest of the nation. Get this a spy for spain was in town colony in sixteen eight one thousand. Three hundred ninety people have been put to death in that state since that first one. This is according to the death penalty information center now since the us supreme court reinstated the death penalty in one. Thousand nine hundred. Seventy six virginia has executed hundred and thirteen people more than any state other than texas oklahoma. Very close third to those two now. The death penalty is outlawed in neighbouring dc and maryland which abolished it in. Two thousand. Thirteen virginia would become the twenty third state to ban the punishment following colorado's abolition last year.
Barcelona sees sixth night of protests for jailed rapper
"Were held for a six consecutive night in Barcelona, Spain, Sunday to support a jailed rapper. And for a six night they turned violent with clashes between police and demonstrators who threw rocks and bottles. The demonstrations were prompted by the arrest of a rapper for his songs, which authorities say glorified terrorism and insult royalty. At least 95 people have been arrested in several Spanish cities since the rapper was arrested in jail Tuesday night to serve a nine month sentence.
Jasmine Harrison becomes youngest woman to row solo across the ocean
"A 21 year old from the UK has become the youngest woman to row across the Atlantic. Jasmine Harrison wrote 3000 miles from Spain to Antigua by herself. Harrison had completed the 2020 Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge yesterday in 70 days, three hours and 48 minutes, Harrison said. In a tweet, she almost collided with the drilling ship capsized twice, had a little bit of a visit from dolphins and ate a lot of peanut butter and Nutella. Harrison says she hopes to bring inspiration to young people that it is okay to go
British rower becomes youngest woman to row across the ocean alone
"Voyage. A 21 year old from the UK has become the youngest woman to row across the Atlantic. Jasmine Harrison wrote 3000 miles from Spain to Antigua by herself. Harrison had completed the 2020 Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge yesterday in 70 days, three hours and 48 minutes. Harrison said. In a tweet. She almost collided with the drilling ship capsized twice had a little bit of a visit from dolphins and ate a lot of peanut butter and Nutella. Harrison says she hopes to bring inspiration to young people that it is okay to go at things alone. Rob Newton care fine news.
Spain: Peaceful protests for jailed rapper see more clashes
"Spanish police have again clashed with supporters of the jailed Catalan rapper public herself on the fifth night of demonstrations in the city of Barcelona. Public. A cell was recently jailed for tweets and wraps, defaming the monarchy and glorifying terrorism more from Guy hedge Cove. The authorities are very concerned about these protests that have been a lot of violent scenes, a number of police who have bean injured over the last few days. A lot of demonstrators have been injured. Several dozen arrests. There has been a big deployment of police in the center of Madrid because there is an expectation of big demonstrations in Madrid as well as all these other Catalan cities, which have bean sort of the focus of these demonstrations Over the last
Ethereum Prediction Markets with Joey Krug
"Joey welcome the show. Thanks for having me. You are the founder of auger which is a decentralized prediction market. What is the function of a prediction market. Yes so a prediction market is basically a platform that lets people bet on or against real world events and by taking the odds of those bats you can basically get a forecast for how likely event is to actually happen and practical functionality. does that serve. Yeah so it does a couple of things one. Is that it for the people who are actually betting on the market. It lets them actually. Just make a straight bet if they're betting on something like a sporting event but it also lets people had risks so as an example which is a fairly real example. Say you're a person who wanted to hedge against the risk that taxes increase a new democratic congress. Well you could basically bet on the democrats and if they win you've hedged a little bit of whatever the tax changes you basically make more money if they win if they lose you. Don't get the tax hike but you also lose your bet. The other uses somebody who has just an opinion. They're not looking to hedge risk. They're looking to take risk on because they believe they know something about the world that someone else doesn't and prediction. Markets have a wide range of things you could bet on. It could be sporting event politics. You know whether it's based extra lunches there next rocket successfully really anything now in order to actually make those bets substantive and to make like if i wanted to make a significant hedge against the incoming tax policy makers i need a lot of liquidity to be able to place that bet against what are the challenges in a prediction market aggregating enough liquidity on either side of a trade. Yes so there's a bunch of challenges with it one is that prior to being blockchain based prediction markets most prediction markets were run and owned by a central company which means they tended to fragment the liquidity you might have a prediction market which focused on say new zealand might have another prediction market which focused on spain separate one for the uk and so on and so forth and so one problem is you had this to quitter fragmentation. the second issue is that just forming. The quality for new events is hard so if you look at something like the stock market it has you know these huge systems in firms and entities exist solely for providing liquidity and. There's a ton of different ways that they can hedge their risk but with a prediction market. You're betting over real-world events and not only that but if you're wrong you hold the risk in the wrong way. You could actually lose all your money. They example this is like you know. Take a presidential election if you bet on trump and trump loses you lose all the money that you bet on him and so for market maker. That's very risky. If you look at say like market making apple stock you know the the worst case scenario is that apple moves a little quickly and you end up holding too many or too few apple shares and you may be lose you know in a in a big move a number of percents though of prediction markets. You know something can swing from a ten percent chance to zero percent chance to one hundred percent chance in a matter of seconds or minutes and so that's what makes marketmaking getting liquidity very difficult before you started augured. There were a number of centralized prediction markets. What are the problems with centralized prediction markets. Yeah so if you look at the problems the centralize prediction markets. There's a couple. There's one problem that you know. Even when i got into the space. I thought it was just a problem in theory. I didn't think it would actually be a problem in practice but it turns out it is a problem in practice. Sometimes as well in that problem is because these things are real world events they have a resolution date some point where the event has to be paid out immediately clear winner in actually sometimes controversy over how it gets declared so that's one problem with a centralized one that in an e centralized system. You could have more community driven process for resolving market and pain out that sort of ensures more people are are happy with the result. So it's less arbitrary in that sense. The other kind of big issue with centralized ones is that they tend to be located in you know one or two jurisdictions or handful jurisdictions. Nobody's really created a global centralize prediction market mostly for the for the reason that the compliance cost of gain licensed in a one hundred eighty countries would just be too much overhead in in too much burden for anyone entity to do it.
Killer Couple, Ray Fernandez And Martha Beck
"Based on his seemingly idyllic childhood raymond martinez fernandez's family never imagined what he would someday become born in hawaii in nineteen fourteen. Raymond spent his first three years there before relocating with his family to the seaport town of bridgeport connecticut. We don't know much about raymond's childhood. But by all indications he and his family lived a peaceful life at seventeen. Raymond moved to spain where he spent time working on his uncle's farm and fell in love with a local girl. The couple were married by nineteen thirty five when raymond was twenty and had four children together but raymond was restless. A young man with ambitions that didn't include raising a family and so by nineteen thirty nine. Raymond abandoned his wife and children and embarked on a military career during world war. Two raymond made a name for himself. Serving i in the spanish merchant marines and later the british intelligence service officials saw him as loyal and diligent noting that he carried out his difficult and dangerous duties. Well raymond had a bright future an after the war he decided it was time to seek his fortune back in america but the trip home was a fateful one onboard. The ship raymond suffered a terrible accident. A steel hatch fell directly onto his head fracturing his skull and causing damage to his frontal lobe when he recovered. Raymond was different. Vince is going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode. Please note vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist. But she has done a lot of research for this show. Thanks greg true crime fans. May well be familiar. With the body of evidence linking childhood head trauma to homicidal behavior later in life it specifically damage to the frontal lobe the area of the brain responsible for memory formation impulse control and even empathy that has been associated with violent crime but two thousand one overview in the journal of neurology. Neurosurgery psychiatry noted that the strongest evidence was foreign association between prefrontal lobe damage and quote an impulsive subtype of aggressive behavior. In other words the head trauma raymond suffered could have made him less cautious and more reckless raymond's reported personality change following the head trauma suggests that he may have suffered the kind of frontal lobe damage described in these studies and along with this shift in his nature. His career ambitions seemed to evaporate too soon after he was released from hospital in the us. Raymond was arrested for petty theft and sentenced to a year in prison. If the head injury had pushed him toward darkness his time behind bars was the straw. That broke the camel's back. Raymond cellmate was into the occult and only too happy to share his knowledge of voodoo and other black magic. Raymond saw this as an opportunity. He believed that he could use his new supernatural skill set to seduce women but his intentions were anything but romantic once a respected intelligence officer thirty one year old. Raymond was now a conman in the he emerged from prison in nineteen forty six with a fully formed him. Oh after moving to new york city. He wasted no time putting it into action. Raymond's plan was simple a nineteen forties ancestor of what we now might call cat fishing. He scoured personal ads in local newspapers looking for women who seemed lonely and vulnerable. He responded to their ads with charming thoughtful letters describing his military service and his deep desire to settle down. He reportedly started wearing a toupee. Which hit the conspicuous scar from his accident and made him just a little bit more handsome. After sweeping his target offer feet and gaining her trust raymond would steal money jewelry and anything else of value he could find before disappearing into the night most of raymond's victims realizing that they had been conned. Were likely to embarrassed to report him. Raymond knew this only too well in fact his scheme relied upon it. It was thanks to this sense of shame that he managed to go undetected for at least a year during which he conned and knowing number of women
"spain" Discussed on When in Spain
"My friends and relatives visit here to not do that. Space on an economic decision which is to make any difference to them because they were never going to property. Anyway if you find exact right property and this is exactly what you need. Don't miss out on ended up. Buying something isn't right and this isn't exactly what you wanted. You know just because you're waiting for the process to go down. That's to me the wrong decision hank about whether you're in it for short medium term or the long term really important think about in terms of value of property. And wha what is going to do. Let's talk about another. How can i put nightmare situation. Possibly brexit for the listeners from the u. k. is brexit something to be worried about for buying in spain. He said the be would people didn't want say i. We've we've done the c word so we might be what news me thinking. I was going to be the not one on this podcast again. It's such an interesting scenario. What i have seen spoken. Nationally and locally are for example by on the head of and lucia and also my own local men is that you know this very simple view that spain didn't offer brexit didn't initiate exit. And they don't once oh hold any animosity was brits. They have a long long relationship with the uk with uk. Taurus and uk investors and. They don't want anything to change as much as possible. Obviously they're still within the eu but the actual the outlook and dave approach that feed into was brits down essentially the same effectively. They are going to help to keep things as normal as possible. And i think they're going to try to estimate. Sure that as little as possible changes you can see. The spanish government is doing as much as they can to minimize the impact or any negative impacts. Brexit has on their relationship with the brits who will come out here as always so comp to spain is as investors other talking about breakdown of the costs of buying a property in spain hidden cost when we watched that tv program. A place in the sun and the like. Oh you can get this lovely little villa for two hundred and fifty thousand euros but you know. They didn't talk about all of the other little hidden costs and taxes and legal fees thing. Could you just break it down for us. In layman's terms. You see the ticket price of our house. What else are you going to have to pay more or less. How much would it be crazy documentary. A few years ago and the document entitled why. It's impossible for you to pay ten percent closing costs when you buy property in spain. Start off by saying the closing costs you. The taxes in additional arm cost that you pay over in about the actual purchase. Price of a property are -standingly high When i arrived here in spain the two thousand six it was fifteen percent. Which is what you would budget. So i always use the simplest of numbers so if you're buying the property for one hundred thousand euros and that was the price of the property.
"spain" Discussed on When in Spain
"Burger all my god. It has been so cold and snowy madrid. I don't know if any of you guys listeners. Wherever you are around the world have seen the news. But we've had historic snowfall in the spanish capital. Just yesterday i think In less than twenty four hours we had half a meter of snow a couple of feet of snow. And while i've never seen anything like. I never imagined madrids like this and yesterday and katrina took a little walk around the center while our neighborhood latina. I know where people skiing through the streets snowboarding snowmen everywhere just incredible and basically the whole city was completely paralyzed by this snowstorm called philomena and while it basically pedestrian is the whole city madrid. Looked absolutely beautiful with no traffic no cars and they taxes and the buses no nothing and just a white winter wonderland. That madrid was transformed into absolutely amazing. That was yesterday today. It's slowly starting to melt away pretty treacherous outside but blue skies again. If you haven't already go check out all of the photos and videos. I made yesterday of Madrid in this thick snow. And you can do that on. Instagram and facebook. If you'd like to see madrid you've never seen it before seriously absolutely incredible. Go and check out the window in spain instagram. Which is when in. Spain won the handle on instagram. And you can find more photos and videos the winning spain facebook page and facebook group as well and but basically just google went in spain. Podcast and you'll find all of the associated when in spain social media hangouts. I guess you would call them anyway. E- bienvenidos to a new episode of the wedding spain. Podcast.
"spain" Discussed on When in Spain
"So we've got quite a packed episode this week actually a few things. I'd like to say a few announcements before we get into the episode about Granada Exciting News. I've been dedicating some of my free time to building a website. Something I've never done before and well. I thought it was high time in Spain. Podcast had it own website. So that's what I've been doing from scratch. All my own work went in Spain website which is when Spain podcast DOT com. Of course go and check it out so this is going to be the home for winning Spain on the Internet when in Spain PODCAST DOT com. It's a work in progress and still tinkering with it a little bit but if you head over to the website are put a link in the show notes this episode to say. Just scroll down. Hit the link. We were all of the episodes on the web site available to stream so if you like streaming episodes rather than listening to the manual smartphone the winning Spain podcast dot. Com is a good place to do that all the episodes of that. I've also been putting on their more details show notes and photos which accompany each episode as well and there were a few taps as well as some information about the cast about me about winning. Spain's Madrid Guide which I'm working on on hope to get released in September. That's going to be a winning. Spain's guide to Madrid which is going to be an e book and there's also information the website about how to become a wedding Spain patriot and all that kind of thing and speaking patrons yes. It's that time when I like to say. Thank you to new win Spain patrons and in this episode. I'd like to say a big graph just to new patron David Denny and it also like to say a bit breath yes to a long term when in Spain patron siler right. Kyla who kindly increased her monthly pledge so a big. Thank you to you. David and Sarah really appreciate it. Anyone else would like to support this podcast and the work that I do in putting it together and bringing it to you then you can do so by heading across to the crowd funding website which is called Patriot. And the address. You need is patron dot com forward slash went in Spain? And also you'll find a page all about what in Spain patrons on the new one in Spain website as well so go and check out the website when in Spain podcast dot com the other thing. I'd like to say just before we get into the interview with Marta. Sanchez is a couple of emails. Dropped into the when in Spain. Inbox a few days ago and he really made my day. They are from some of our younger listeners. And what it's really really comforting to know that the podcast is inspiring a new generation of Spain fans and artist. Readouts these emails. Actually I received the first ones from Joshua Joshua Williams. Hi Josh thank you so much for your email really enjoyed reading it. And I'm really really grateful. Josh says Hi. My Name's Josh Williams and I'm writing to say Marceca. Yes for your wonderful. When in Spain podcast and the many hours of informative listening it has brought me. Joining is lockdown. I live in the UK. I've been engaged in building. Patio out back garden. And your podcast has been delightful. Soundtrack to my work is also been an inspiration. I'm currently studying. Jesus Spanish in year ten and hearing about being credible coach of Spain is a great motivator to continue my language learning therefore I'm writing with gratitude and thanks for all the effort you've put into the past and all the best for the future yours sincerely Josh Williams Josh. Thank you so much and I'm really glad that the podcast helps inspire you to keep learning Spanish. We all know that language learning can be a tough at times. So I'm really really happy that you enjoy the podcast and also that Motivating you to keep going with your Spanish for those listeners. Who An actual what. Jesus Spanish is and what year ten is well in the UK education system that Jesus GPS's our exams you study for between the ages of thirteen and sixteen and you take your final. He exams usually when you're about sixteen and year ten Josh. I'm guessing your about fourteen. Maybe fifteen years old so they go. That's fantastic. Thank you Josh. For getting in touch with the and hope you keep listening and keep enjoying the show and in the very same vein. I also received an email from another younger listener. Grace Keeling thank you to you for getting in touch also grey says. I hope you're well and staying safe. During these uncertain times I recently stumbled upon your podcast as I wanted something to listen to whilst I on my walks and runs in lockdown now ever-more frequent to pass the time and I'm so glad I did. I study a-level Spanish and did it at GNC and this podcast has been so interesting and helpful. I've even done some class presentations inspired by the topics you cover in the podcast. It Super Approachable. Yet so intriguing. I've really enjoyed working my way through the episodes. I've recommended it to my class and my teacher loves it now too. I just wanted to say massive. Thank you but also show my appreciation. Please keep doing what you're doing. Thank without asked logo. Grace Grace. Thank you so much. I'm well I'm blown away. I'm really really tough. To The you've drawn inspiration for your class presentations from the podcast episodes. That's fantastic thank you so much for sharing it with your classmates and your teacher as well again the listeners grace's from the UK and she's studying a-levels Spanish and a levels courses that we study when we were a little bit older than Josh. From sixteen to eighteen. So they're not the pre university courses. So I'm guessing grace your between sixteen and eighteen years old again. I really hope that you keep working at your Spanish language and continue to keep taking it to the next level. I don't know maybe you're going to study Spanish at university. Keep US posted. I really appreciate you both getting in touch. And what keep listening and keep enjoying. Let's get into the episode and the interview with Martha everything you need to know about. This must visit Spanish city Granada. Here's Marta Sanchez. From Granada..
"spain" Discussed on When in Spain
"Think believe flower pots of vibrant geranium flowers if every color imaginable whitewashed houses the scent of Orange Blossom drifting through the streets tranquil Patios and they're trickling fountains helping to transport us. There is my special guest for this episode. Yes she's been on the show before a friend of the PODCAST. Spain travel consultant Karen Rosenbloom. Now Karen had a tour organized of the Patio Festival down in. Cordoba happens every year. Sadly of course. That hasn't happened. This edgy to the current situation. Which we don't really need to go into. We all know what I'm talking about. So what Karen decided to do was create a special week long event in her wonderful facebook community called Travel Spain where she's been holding her own. Patio Festival Patio. Competition people have been selling in their photos and Karen's been running lots of other events activities in her travel. Spain facebook own related to Cordoba. She's been trying to take us there. Virtually so we thought what better way to take you guys the listeners and indeed. Karen's facebook community to Korver them. Make poke cast all about Cordoba. And the patio competition so stay tuned. That's what we decided to do. We're recreating a wonder around Cordoba. It's narrow streets and we're going to be following one of the patio routes around the city and we're GONNA be stopping off poking our heads through the doors into these beautiful courtyards. And what also be covering if you must see sites of Cordoba.
Eixample Walk,, Barcelona
"The trump walk personas ritziest. Glitziest neighborhood is a refreshing break from the crowded lanes of the old town. A walk through the isham. Pl- lets you feel the bracing spirit of newness end moderna. What the barcelona's call motor knees. Mom
"spain" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"But I wouldn't do that talking to Tim Kirkman at Spain and fit Sarah Spain and Jason Fitz won't wanna get of course, to the other people who were inducted, but looking at the very small relatively percentage for bonds, you know, to to to go up, and and what we've said before about how much you need to. Increase year by year in order to make it feel like there's a likelihood you're getting in does this sort of tell you that without a total sea change in public opinion over the next three years. Those guys aren't getting in the that's what I see from today. Now, things can change cheap mind. Edgar Martinez started at twenty five percent and ended at eighty five percent. So you can make push. But there's no baggage with Edgar like there are like there is what those other steroid guys. So in the end, it's a very tricky situation. But to make up sixteen percent of the vote in three years is very hard to do. And there is still a large faction of voters who say if you have a connection to PD's, no matter who you are. You're not getting so Tim when you look at this hall of fame class aside for Mariano getting one hundred percent of the vote. What else stands out to your mind that history will remember to make this particular class special? Well, Mike Messina should have been in his first year eligible for me pitches entire career in steroid era. He pitches entire career the American. League East a D H league. He pitched two-thirds of his games that tiny little ballpark in Baltimore and still one to seventy games with a winning percentage that only ten guys have ever matched with that many wins. That's how great he was one of the smartest players have been around and ROY halladay to go in on the first ballot. I thought was wonderful again over two hundred wins with a winning percentage that high like ten other guys have done that also and one of the great BULLDOGS ever. I wrote the story it's on dot com now, but they were gonna take him out of the game after eight innings, and no one takes ROY halladay out because he wants to finish and nobody wants to finish anymore. But he did so Charlie manual and rich dooby the pitching coach and the manager had their hands out to shake his hand and say, thanks for a great eight innings. We're going to bring Brad lidge in and Halliday walks. Right by them does not even acknowledge that. They're they're not one word said, there's no confrontation. There is not an argument and. Rich dooby looked at Charlie. It's a well. I'm not taking about. I'm not taking them out. So they let him pitch the ninth because they had so much respect. That's who ROY halladay was Sarah Spain and Jason Fitz at Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio talking Tim Kirk about the latest hall of fame class..
"spain" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Line. It's Alex bregman you in Cleveland? Houston in Cleveland gave us basically seven game series threw out this season. You guys want it for three. How much does a matchup with another team that you've seen seven times during the season? How much does that change when you get to the postseason. The changes a lot. Honestly, they didn't. We won for two three and that series. And I don't know if I if I remember correctly, I don't think Justin Verlander pitch one of those games. So I think that for, for example, is gonna be a big difference for us. I think I think we did get to face each other, get to see kind of where each other teams were Abba. We played early on in the year and we weren't really clicking yet. And I think right about now is the time that this team starts to start. Click starts to turn it on and plays our best baseball in October. Realistically, I know it sounds cliche, but last year you guys went through this new master play baseball. How much does that help you this year when you go into it. I think it helps a lot. Now we, we do have a slightly different team, and I think it's actually a a little bit improved to be honest with you. We made some huge additions down the stretch with Presley on a sooner bullpen. We made we traded for Garrett Cole. So I think I think we have about this complete a pitching staff as you'll see in the game of baseball. And then offensively I think, is where we learn the most from our postseason run last year. I think I think the guys that that were in that offense that are still in the offense learnt so much of the difference between regular season abets and postseason bats. And I think we'll be able to apply that that into this year series Friday, it's going to be kluber the Verlinden the postseason actually starts tonight. How much do you pay attention to what's going on in other series other than you own? I'll pay attention to the American League. I mean, I'll watch the game tonight because we're not playing, but I'm I mostly just pay attention. The American League. See, see how teams are doing. But I I, if I had to make a prediction, I would. I would predict that we would be playing. The Milwaukee Brewers in the World Series this year. Until this very. McCain, Nicole's of cubs fans. So now she is very, very mad. Hey, Alex, you're doing great stuff on the field, but more importantly, you're doing amazing things off the field being a part of this. We really appreciate your time. Thanks for all that you do and best of luck throughout the playoffs. Thanks for having me on guys and everybody. Go ahead and tweet out that hashtag HR for HR..
"spain" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Now by speaking Astros, third baseman, Alex bregman, Alex, thanks for joining us. Mantilla mobile is bringing back home runs for hurricane recovery, five thousand bucks for every home run hit in the playoffs. Plus one dollar for every post on Twitter or Instagram using the hashtag HR for HR they pick the right guy to rep this Alex. What makes this 'cause close to you buddy? Well, last year we saw firsthand here in Houston with the hurricane and everyone that was affected, and we saw how we were able to kind of raise the city up when it was going through some tough times. So since then for about the last year partner of t. mobile and team Rubicon and able to try to help out in any way we can with with hurricane relief. And t mobile is done on believable job with home, runs for hurricane relief. And hopefully this year we can hit some home runs and raise more money to help these families that were affected. Well, obviously you've gone hot and help that. 'cause in Ben helping the cause for the Astros throughout the month of October, what's really been the key for you? Well, I think I think just really being on being on this team with the the great teammates that I have been able to pick out to as brain craze brain. And you know when when when this offense gets role in you wanna keep up and it's fun. And hopefully while I know for a fact that we're back back to full strength now everyone's healthy and it's going to be a fun run. Hopefully eleven more wins to are are back to back World Series championships fall in the AL MVP conversation. I don't know as actually the first time I've been asked that trying on on on record, so I don't know, depends on depends on what you look at. Definitely say Mookie Betts, believable year, Mike trout, an unbelievable year. So somewhere in there with those two. Well, I think we should just lobby for you. I mean, it's tumble of you, Alex, the humility. I, I want to get back to something. You mentioned though. When you talked about this, 'cause for you and what Houston sort of went through last year. It caught the nation's attention with you guys going through that run when Houston was going through so much for this year. Obviously, you know that the reasons he bias of that, it just it's not as prevalent in everyone's mind. So how do you sort of recapture that level of emotion going into this playoff often hotel you? One thing. We one hundred and three games this year. So we were able to secure home-field home field advantage for the first round and. I promise you when when when the guy's not clubhouse feel the electricity of our fans in the stands on on game one when Verlinden takes on kluber, I think I think we're well. We'll feel right back at home where where we, where we feel very comfortable in the postseason and in that atmosphere and we'll, we'll remember Houston strong for sure. Seeing teams that when the World Series one year sort of have the the World Series hangover the next year you guys you one hundred and three games, but you still had to sort of got it out and fight it out with Oakland. There was the points in August where you guys had that ten game stretch. We lost eight including two of three to Oakland during that time. What did you guys learn about yourselves at the team. I'll tell you this team. We we. We did have a World Series hangover. We we only one hundred three games. I think we're capable of winning one hundred twenty one hundred twenty five to be honest with you. If with that's how that's how confident we are in in in this team when we're pulse strength and well, two, they went down. Correa went down, Springer went down and and we we managed to win a hundred and three games. So the Oakland Athletics, they had a, they had a magical run at a division title, but they they got, they got a tough one with the Yankees coming up. So I think I think our division is is ours for the fertile for the future. And I think we're gonna. We're gonna own LS for awhile. ESPN radio, Jason, Fitz, Nicole, Briscoe in for Sarah, Spain, and you're listening to the Astros third baseman on the shell Pennzoil performance.
"spain" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"Twitter feed at Spain and Fitz at Chason fits at Rb underscore m. r. s to get to Nicole and look part of the conversation that everybody wants to have right now has to do with the buccaneers coming down to earth. Last night. Ryan Fitzpatrick was Fitch tragic in the first half tried to bring the magic back late. You like the Fitch, tragic line, you thank you very much it. It was not pretty and then in the end. But in the end we all thought there was going to be some magical way that he could pull it off. It doesn't happen. The bucks lose the game. And now we get into the curious window because they've told us the organization said, hey. We know who starting, but we're not saying anything, and we're all trying to speculate on whether it'll be James Winston back from his suspension that comes in and starts or whether you leave Fitzpatrick in so Nicole, where you on this one, why would you start gave us Winston? I mean, legitimately, why would you start? It's not like you're bringing back. I realized he was your number one pick a couple years ago, but it's not like you're bringing back Jay miss Winston that has the skill set and the consistency of a Tom Brady or an Aaron Rodgers, or drew Brees, or even an Alex Smith or Kirk with a k. cousins. Right? You're bringing back the guy who's been up and down at best the last three years. And he hasn't been with your team since the last game of the preseason. And he's really like, you're going to go away from the guy who's been doing really good things for you. Yes, they didn't win last night, but the first three weeks come on. It's magic. Well, I have James Winston, so there's that, oh, well, I mean, okay. That's fair. That's a fair point. I, I think there is sort of a curve though, right? You have to think about the fact that he's been away from the game. The fact that James is somebody who realistically has struggled with accuracy at times in his in his career, comes back to the game after being away from it for three weeks, he hasn't thrown any passes to any of the guys that are out there. He hasn't had any practice time practice time is limited as it is when you get into the regular season. So he's been out of the rhythm of everything and he's gonna be taking on a bears defense that frankly is great. So do you really wanna put James Winston in a position where a rusty James that has to be picked up off the ground all night by Khalil Mack all day by Khalil Mack? I wouldn't. I wouldn't No, know. no, I just I, it doesn't. It doesn't make sense to me. You stick with the guy who's at least been? Yes. Yesterday was a little ugly, particularly in the first half with all of the interceptions. But Fitzpatrick I, I really struggle getting Fitzpatrick out because it just wants to come outfits magic. But he's, he's been the guy for the first three weeks of this season that let me numbers were there and he has. He has a good chemistry there with the receivers, and I just it. It may not be the hottest hand because they didn't win last night, but ride the hot hand. And I think that the writing is a little bit on the wall in Tampa. There mean I feel a little bit like they're prepared to make a break from Jamie's. I mean, where's where's the sign? 'age if you're down in Tampa and you're looking at the stadium, where's the sign? It's not there. That's an interesting point because you're right..
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"So this seems to be stemming from some doubt that he is injured. Is this a I Leonard team meeting situation where guys think he should be out there and that he's. Making this up. I mean, I know our own Jesse Rogers who covers the cubs, says, an MRI hasn't showed anything's and even Darvish admitted today. And one of his better interviews that he's kind of a mystery to him what he's feeling and why you still hurting. I, it surprises me that this cubs team would question his desire to be out there. I've been part of the their series, the Darvish on the whole to the cubs clubhouse is still a mystery. They don't know him really well. He signs his big money deal, and you expect him to go out and produce on the mound. And that hasn't happened. And, and this is what happens every time, any athlete signs a huge contract and doesn't initially live up to experts. Asians, guys start to go. All right. Is this guy for real, but as far as the personal attacks or personal questions about his health, I'm sure that the cubs players are still trying to figure out all right. How well do we know this guy and and is it something that that we can even talk to him about at this point? So such frustration is felt within. In the fan base for certain the differences. The Rick Sutcliffe still talked to plenty of people within the organization on a regular basis and has a much closer relationship with those people than most analysts would throughout the game. Yeah, we, of course, you know, have to wonder if he's got a the year of somebody who, or I guess that they that, that he's the one listening to somebody in the cubs organization, whether that's a teammate or a manager or a front office, who's just frustrated with the whole situation. And you mentioned that when you've got a deal as big as the one Darvish God, there's going to be so much more of a spotlight on you to produce the. That's that's just part of the business. And there's been a, it's been a rocky road since the beginning with Darvish teammates saying that you Darvish feels like Chicago fans hate him because of social media people absolutely attacking him with every bad outing and then the flu Darvish when people made fun of him for being ill. So it has been a rocky road and certainly commentary from Sutcliffe not going to make him feel any better. Here's a little bit more of what Rick said on Waddle and Silvy when you feel pain after one page, why? Why do you continue to throw it? Just honestly sounds like more of the same to me. I I don't. I don't expect anything out of end this year. I really don't. You know the the plan was I talked with pitching coach, Jim Hickey earlier today. The plan was for Darvish to go down there supposed to throw thirty pitches on the side. Yeah, it's. It's a interesting conundrum for the cubs and Nick. I never want to question a guy's heart, and so that's what makes this tough for me. I'm I, I would love there to be a little bit more information about what's going on in Chicago. And of course hamels arriving. Maybe we'll help old teammates..
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"Darvish you've, of course heard about the a. rod comments. Well, these take it another level get into that next Spain and fits. We were just talking to Jerry Crasnick about about all the moves at the trade deadline comes. Got a little jump on the deadline by adding Cole hamels. And of course that's slightly offsetting the acquisition of you Darvish that has not yet panned out for the cubs injuries, plaguing his season and just not not good pitching when he is available and Nick, we all have have heard about a rod, making some comments on Sunday night baseball about you Darvish they, they were showing shots of Darvish rehabbing an hanging out in the cubs dugout and Rodriguez kinda said he should be in Mesa. He should be working out a somewhere else. He's a distraction. And when you've got a guy, that's got a big money deal like that, and he's hanging out in the training room and watching video and hanging out in the dugout. He's a distraction. He should instead be in Arizona getting treated, even though it's perfectly fine within his contract to be getting treatment and working in Chicago. Ago, so era a pretty critical of you Darvish and sort of hinting at it being a guy who has lost respect in the clubhouse because of his decisions during this rehab and you Darvish agent coming out and kind of attacking a rod saying, he's not a guy who should be talking about it. He certainly is a guy who knows about losing respect in a clubhouse, right, Nick. But what do you make first of all before we get to Rick Sutcliffe piling on of the kind of interaction between a rotten and use agent, sir. This is what happens in the world of sports when your client is being attacked on a public national level in it. And when you're making a ton of money when you're making a ton of money and you're not living up to that contractor. And the other key part to this is in in this goes back to two last week as well. Tim, Kirk, John, our colleague here at ESPN. He made similar comments on the Waddle and Silvy program on ESPN. One thousand here in Chicago, basically saying that this is becoming more of a distraction within the clubhouse and players while they're not making their feelings public on that, you know, people are starting to look around and go, all right. What are we going to get from this guy? Or are we going to get anything from this guy to begin with? So when you start to hear those rumblings and then a rod. Obviously talked to whomever he spoke to in the cubs clubhouse and and made his feelings public on it as well. When you start to hear that everything blows up to a higher level and that's where we are now in this kind of standoff, between some in the media, you Darvish Darvish his agent in his production or lack thereof on the field. Well, we, we heard the reaction to a rod, not as many reacting to Rick Sutcliffe because his commentary mostly locally here in Chicago. I say here even though I'm in LA right now, but you know what I mean? And let's listen to a little of what Rick Sutcliffe who is a part of the cubs in sort of an ambassador role. Is that right? He's working with them in an ambassador said to Waddle and Silvy on ESPN one thousand. Feel pain in there, but I know that the cubs have done everything they possibly can. They've looked at that in every single way possible. I know that they they had the physical before they signed him. There's just a lot of things that go into that too. Where in my mind right now, the signing of Cole hamels is we're not even counting on Darsch he, you know, he go ahead and he can go home right now. We, we, we know what we've gotta do. We don't count on him for anything over the course of this year. I don't know. Maybe you can come back and and pitch out of the bullpen late in the year. I just don't know any of that. Yeah. So he he kind of, you know, not particularly invested in believing in what Darvish has to offer. I'm just kind of fascinated for Dell because I never liked criticism of guys for injury. You can't prevent that..
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"This feels like a team that has done everything at every step of the way to make themselves have a better chance to get through that final game of the year and come out on top. What do you make the move they made today? Yeah, you know, it's funny because I was in touch with the dodgers person when the Machado thing was going on, and I remember saying, hey, if you don't get Machado, would Bryant dosier be sort of a good plan b, you know, a guy who could go off in the last two months and it's sixteen home runs, and the person said, yeah, you know, that might be something that if we don't get Manny, you know, could be a fallback well, who would know, but they want up getting both of them. You know, which to me is a pretty big coup. I mean, obviously you'd like to get an impact starting pitcher, but there just weren't any of them out there so for Chris Archer. And so to get a second. Basement of Doges caliber Amini Machado who is having a huge impact on their, you know, mentally there and and just the product they put out and the lineup they put out and you know, actually the veteran guy, you put him in the National League West and those bigger parks. He's gonna help. He's not a huge impact guy, but hell help eat some inning. So on a good trade down the line result all around for inner Friedman in his group in Los Angeles, jury, aside from the flurry of moves, at the end of today's tread line trade deadline, the big news in the last twenty four hours was the Astros decision to to trade for Roberto. As soon as you talk to people around the rest of major league baseball. What are their feelings after the Astros front office statement about zero tolerance for domestic abuse in trying to give people a second chance in the process? You know, I think. Pharrell mayors from other teams. Probably think you know what better them than us. I mean, it's just this is a headache. Nobody wants. And this is a clubhouse that you know, you could drive a wedge in that clubhouse your fan base. I just think that Jeff Luneau had to think this thing through long and hard before he did it and he seemed comfortable with it. But boy, a lot of other people, darling. And you know, I was in that group that thought, hey, you know, they, if they needed a closer go on and get Zack Brenton. I mean, the guy is a model citizen, you know, he's, he's been through the wars. He's he, he could be closer for you. You know, they wound up getting Ryan Presley who's a nice arm, but this to me is just one of those things where, boy, you're a winning team and I, it's just a huge issue. I mean, he's gonna have to go before a clubhouse of guys. Some of whom like Justin Burland have been very outspoken about domestic violence, and you know he, he's gonna meet with a tough. Crowd. So I'm not really sure if Jeff moon out, forget out all the internal clubhouse dynamics, but it's going to hit them in the face pretty soon pretty hard different than some of the other times we've seen this too is that that trial is ongoing murders, still information that could be revealed in that trial and punishment. That could be levied criminally. So it'll be a, it'll be fascinating to see how that goes and affects the team that's coming off World Series win. Hey, thanks so much for your time. Jerry really appreciate it. Thank you guys. Have a good night. Jerry Krasniqi SPN MLB insider with all the goodies on the MLB trade line while also talked to Jenny Dow creature little later in the show with her insight on what's going on inside that clubhouse for the Astros as they react to the trade coming up next Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio. While I, you can get triple action protection for optimal engine performance with shell v power, nitro plus premium gasoline, and then coming up next Sutcliffe, Rick Sutcliffe going off about you..
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"Performance line where Jerry Crasnick ESPN MLB insider joins us after a frenzy of activity at the trade deadline and Jerry. Let's let's talk about the moves today of all of the moves that you saw go down just before the deadline, which impressed you the most or do you think will affect a team's chances? The most. Well, you there? Yes. Oh, sorry. I'm well the one I think that I was surprised the most by think was the pirates picking up Chris Archer, you know, he's a guy who just such an interesting case because he's been the face of Tampa Bay and his alarm contract. He's not a guy who's going to be a free agent this winter. He's, he signed for two thousand through two thousand twenty one at very reasonable price. So you know, I don't know how much of an impact it's going to have immediately, but for them to trade away, Austin meadows and Tyler glass. Now too big prospects and meadows is still a kid that people expect really big things of to get Chris Archer to be the face of their franchise. For the next few years, I thought was the boldest move of of all of them. We saw, obviously, Atlanta picking up Kevin Godsman from Baltimore late and Milwaukee picking up Jonathan scope, sorta picking through their character of that. What remains of that Orioles roster? Pretty impact moved to Jerry. We know the moves that were made. The biggest move that wasn't made was Bryce Harper stain in DC with the nationals. There were some rumors about whether he was on the block or not. And Mike Rizzo comes out and says he staying here, do the national still believe strongly that that they can keep Harper for the long haul after this winter. Well, I'm not entirely sure about that. I do think that the sense though is look, they're six or seven out, you know, behind Philly in Atlanta, too young teams. And I think the chances of them keeping him probably better if they keep him and he has a big couple of final month leaves them to the postseason they make a run. I mean, that would be a feel good story at the end. I think dump them now and and pretty much give up on the race is not the kind of signal that Mike Rizzo ever likes to send. I mean, he's Syria, you know him, I think, right, he's he's Chicago guy. He's a, he's gonna fight till his last breath and you know. So I just don't think that was ever real serious consideration even though people mentioned Harper rumors. And finally, he just felt compelled to come up this morning and squash out stuff because we're starting to get out of hand a little bit. So you know, I just think they, they just need him to start playing better and get this free agency out of his head and and give Philly. And Atlanta better remnant given them because they've been a huge disappointment. So far rizzo's last breath with the NATs might come sooner if he keeps trying to fight through situations that don't seem to have a reasonable end successful. And I guess so I, it's interesting at one point I was one hundred percent against the Harper traded nam very concerned. They're gonna lose him for nothing and look back on. Well, yeah. I mean, look you. The thing is whoever gives them the biggest stuck Scott Boerse's agent and whoever's gonna you know, pony up and give them the biggest contract is gonna get them probably. So there is much of a team in the mix for that as anybody, and you know, they can always get a draft pick if they, you know, from a qualifying offer, and he goes somewhere else. But I honestly don't think that re-signing him really makes a whole heck of a lot of difference whether he's there or not. You know, in the winter once the money starts flying, the teams that are willing to pay the teams that are going to get these guys. Jerry Crasnick ESP. MLB insider on the shell Pennzoil performance. Let's talk about the dodgers obviously the Machado edition a while back and now they go out and get Brian dosier and John expert..
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"But I understand there are a lot of people and Ramona. Makes it very good point. You don't wanna doubt LeBron James look at what he's been able to do the last seven or eight years, but guess what the Golden State Warriors were not in the Eastern Conference, and the Golden State Warriors aren't going anywhere anytime. Soon on top of the fact that the Houston Rockets still feel like they have a legit claim that if Chris Paul doesn't get hurt that they would have been in the finals this season and they can still do better. They feel this year than they did a year ago. So I know that everybody wants to believe that LeBron can take whoever is around him and make them significantly better. And as a group, they can get to the next phase which would be the finals yet. Again, that's not gonna happen this year. The Lakers aren't good enough and certainly not in a conference that has one of the best teams we've seen in NBA history in the warriors with all their guys still in there. On Nick Fidel filling in for fits that Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio, the espionage and Sirius XM channel eighty. While I set up the question and I'll give you the answer of what he said to to Rachel Nichols about spending another year in quote, unquote, his prime building a team with the Lakers and one of the one of the things he said, I found interesting. He said, I don't even look at it like that because I don't feel like this is one of the last years of my prime. I think that's another statistic number and I've always been part of beating the odds in life being around my kids allow it gives me even more and more time in my youth. So he starts out and then he gets into, I don't think this is rebuilding. We've got an opportunity to something blah, blah, blah. But. Listen being around your kids may make you feel young. It doesn't make you NBA young, right? There's a big difference between I'm light hearted and then watch Dora the explorer and topics role, and I can get my entire body off the ground and dunk on fools anymore. You know what I mean? Like he in some of his answers surrounding this Lakers team, whether it's the compatibility of all the island of misfit toys guys, there signing to their ability to win a championship to how young you feel. He's reaching a lot and I don't blame him. He's got to find answers, but some of them are suspect. So we're going to look back on this year with LeBron moving to the Lakers with the roster they built around him in this is going to be the year where reality hits him harder than it has in a long time and hit him with that west conference. That's what's going to hit them. Right? It's Redel for Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio coming up. Next, we'll talk to Jerry Crasnick about all the big moves at MLB, trade deadline, Spain, and Fitz. Welcome back to Spain. And Fitz Nick frito filling in for fits with me. Sarah Spain. We are presented by progressive insurance. Let's it out to the shell Pennzoil.
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"But I guess the question. Nick is, do we view LeBron's prime the same way as everyone else? Because we always argue, father time is undefeated, are we making up new rules for the Tom Brady's and the LeBron James the world, or are we going to find that his expectations for his own body might be off when things finally start to slow down, he might be making career decisions based on a time line that isn't gonna play out, Sarah, and this is actually a topic I've talked to LeBron about as well in the last few months and that he feels like he can change that clocked that every athlete, in this case, every professional basketball player has he thinks he can bridge it so that he can get multiple max contracts. In this case, a different mex- contract at what will be h thirty four than anybody else has ever seen because he can still pointed this high of a level and that's great. And it's great to have that kind of confidence, but. But he will not be good enough for that long at this level in won't be much different than what we've seen from anybody in the past. I understand how unbelievable he is, but LeBron James is still human in to your point at some point in the near future to me, he's going to have to realize that he can't do everything that we're so used to seeing him do over time the Lakers. And that's why there's so much pushback on this roster. The roster surrounding LeBron to start this season just is not good enough, and this is part of what Rachel get into. And I, I give her a ton of credit for asking that question to fetal away Bron, but it shows the trust that's built up between journalists and player in this relationship. But I never thought in a million years LeBron James would redshirt season in that he would go to a new team. Believing that he didn't have a chance to win. And I know what he's trying to say publicly. Let's be real clear here though. The Lakers have no chance to win a title next season. And for LeBron who has been so many finals in a row, that reality is gonna hit home a lot harder in March and April than it does right now at the end of July when everything is still fresh and everybody's still happy, I agree with you that I don't think they've got a good shot of winning Ramona Shelburne was on sports nation with me today. And she said, I'm not in the habit of doubting LeBron says, if he doesn't view this as a building year, I believe him and you look at all the things he did in the east with a ragtag bunch of players. I just don't agree that that is going to work at the same way in the west and alsi grant a Granderson said, you know, you look at the guys that he's adding to him. These are proven winners. These are shooters these guys who can create their own shot. Yes, that's true. But a lot of the guys that got sent to the Cavs midway through last year were being praised for their. Offensive abilities, their defensive abilities, their ability to spread the floor and shoot the three before they got there. And once they got to Cleveland, all they did was get ragged down for not being effective and they went back to the guys that had been on the roster all along. Is that because they choked or is it because sometimes playing in LeBron's orbit makes people not know their role. There's no real buying into a system there floating around trying to do whatever they can't based around what LeBron is doing and aren't able to play the game that they expect or think they're supposed to. I'm curious to see how this works out with some strong minded veterans. Maybe they'll hold true to the system a little bit better, but we'll LeBron buy into it. I think that makes a big difference when we're looking at what the realistic expectations for this team are not only the veterans in this case, Brandon Ingram, Lonzo ball, Kyle Kuzma. How will the younger guys try to adjust to what he's going to do in the style he's going to want to put into place..
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"I think it's very likely that despite his conversation with Rizza where he got all those assurances that does not mean that there were no conversations being there's no question sir, and that as an onlooker who is followed Harper's coming to the league, that is most telling me that they let the rumors play up for awhile wasn't like Rizzo came out and said, instantly none. He's not going anywhere, which leads me to believe that the nationals at least are discussing and thinking about the possibility that Harper may indeed walk at season's end and they may get nothing forum. So it's all a fascinating topic. But what is in arguable is the nationals were supposed to be at the forefront of these conversations at the deadline and the nationals. Are not very good and have never turned the corner this season the way. So many people thought they would well in dusty Baker sitting at home thinking to himself how many wins they got last year, how far they made it last year and you get rid of him and it's a disaster in that clubhouse and their record is terrible and they're only getting worse. Let's hear from Bryce Harper one more time talking about trade rumors and how this is part of the business for him to hear those rumors about himself risen reassured me. On yesterday that I wasn't going anywhere. So. You know, I was. I was very happy about that and got him suicide, Scopus. Yeah, glad you're still inside a clubhouse that has had multiple fistfights between teammates that doesn't seem to have anyone that's really in charge. And that is, is a struggling to stay above five hundred. But hey, he did win the homerun derby. So that's a good memory for every Nick, right? That's right. We've heard of coachspeak that's player speaker there. Hey. That he got his first rodeo man, but it might be one of his first five hundred seasons Spain bits, Sarah Spain with you. Nick freed l. filling in for Fitz on ESPN radio and the ESPN app coming up next LeBron James versus father time. Is there any chance all of his success might actually be bad for him going for? We'll talk about it next Spain and Fitz LeBron James had that sit down with Rachel Nichols yesterday shortly after announcing the opening of his school in Akron, and it was pretty wide ranging. It wasn't just about the school. It was about as moved to Los Angeles. And what's next? And one of the noteworthy questions from Rachel to LeBron was one that kind of free Dell. I actually watched and cringed a little bit mainly because Rachel was sitting what two feet away from LeBron James. When she asked him, you're going to be thirty four during this season. How do you feel about one of the last years. Of your prime being spent on a rebuilding year. And I was like, oh, no, lookout, Rachel. You just said his prime is ending soon, right? And that's something that LeBron doesn't seem to have had to reckon with in the same way that other players have. He is about to be thirty four. And yet if you look at the statistics, if you look at his health is ability to play full seasons. Last year was the first time he played every game of the regular season plays deep into the postseason the Olympics, everything else, and his body has not betrayed him..
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"He has never lived up to that high level promise that so many people thought would happen when he was with the raise for all those years. Now he gets a fresh start going into the last couple of months of the regular season. And if you're Pittsburgh, so often they kind of fall apart down the stretch end or make those moves. To sell off that we mentioned. Now you've got this piece and you have him under team control for the next few years, which will help you rotation. But you've got this piece who can help push you potentially into the playoffs and for a team, a fan base that has been starving for years and years to not only get there but make some noise once they get in there. Again, this is a good day should be celebrated its neck Redel filling in for fits Spain and Fitz on ESPN radio, the espionage and Sirius XM channel eighty. Cameron may into the Mariners also caught my eye. We will talk to Jerry Crasnick in about twenty minutes about the biggest deals at the trade deadline where he thinks the teams got a significantly better where teams may be missed an opportunity. A couple of notable names, not traded today. Matt Harvey staying put Bryce Harper. Also, Adrian BELTRAN, Adam Jones. So a couple of guys that maybe there were rumors about them heading out and Bryce Harper. The biggest among them free down. What's interesting is when you hear. Here, someone report sources are telling me that the nationals are open and willing to sell. And then after the fact someone from the nationals comes straight out, not through a source and says, no, no, no. He's staying around to me that immediately points to they were looking for what we like to call the godfather deal. They were looking for someone to come bearing all of their top prospects, throw everything at the nets, and then it would be worth it. But just in case, no one showed up at their door with that godfather deal. They've got to come out publicly and say, oh, we don't want to get rid of him. We would never want to get rid of him because they want to preserve the opportunity for him to stick around and sign when he goes into free agency. So to me the fact that they didn't move them in the fact that they came out and said, they weren't planning to doesn't mean they weren't float in that out there. I agree with you completely. If you're Bryce Harper, you've got to be kinda looking around shaking your head going right. Do they really want me? Is this something that that they were really serious about it? And this is pro sports in general? This isn't just the Washington nationals. When you hear the rumors when you see the smoke and you see all these GM's and presidents go through the motions of, well, let's let's see what's out there, and let's see what the possibilities are and then you get the denial twenty four hours later. So where there's smoke sarahspain there's usually fire and I don't doubt for a second at the nationals at least gauge what was out there potentially for Harper and a good news for them is Bryce Harper, at least publicly is saying all the right things about the reports that he was on the trade bloc going into Brazil manage yesterday early this morning. Man, knowing that I was going to say here and I was going to be here. And you know, it's, I took that as you know, I have great relationship, and you know RAs, one of the best teams and all the baseball. And I think he would be straightforward with me if I was on the block or anything like that. So I think that just goes to show how good our relationship is. And. Nicely? Yeah, of course. In sports, Nick, if you of a star player that goes and talks directly to one of the people in the front office and says, gonna get traded. They never get traded right after that. Just ask to Marta, Rosen. Oh, wait. Hold on. Wait a minute. It's a business. They are treading around five hundred. They might lose them for absolutely nothing. And I can guarantee you, well, I can't guarantee it..
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"ESPN. Radio is presented by progressive insurance. And the big names of course, are the teams that were already pretty active, but the dodgers going out and getting Brian dosier from the twins, sending Logan foresight than a couple of prospects to Minnesota. They also. Go out and get veteran right hander John expert to put another arm in their bullpen. They send a prospect to the Blue Jays in exchange for Axelrod. He is an impending free agent. So just a rental, there has got a four forty one ERA with fifty strikeouts in fifty. One innings this season dodgers have made a lot of moves. We sometimes forget about Machado because it feels like it was forever ago, but Nick, how do you see this new look Los Angeles team after the trades today they're going for it and if your fans there, that's all you can ask for. If you have been following the dodgers last few years, they've gotten real close. Certainly less season game seven at home, but they gotta find a way to get all the way there. And it is very clear that ownership front office, the players, everybody's doing whatever they can to try and get over that final hump and you've got to be pleased with the moves they made their trying is best. They can to fill up what was already a pretty solid roster. They've gotten rolling here the last month or so. And you. Never know what kind of other moves can be made in the next few weeks before that final deadline at the inaugural. But Sarah, if you're the dodgers not only were you feeling good because you've been playing pretty well over the last few weeks, but you've got to be feeling really good about the jolt that this will give to your clubhouse. Yeah, absolutely. You mentioned last year they fell just short. Haven't won a World Series since eighty eight. They lead them last year. The majors in wins. They let him in payroll. And if you're a fan, you can't really ask the team for much more than what they've done in terms of trying to build on last year and give themselves a good shot. I would say everybody and that includes you and I who are quite biased, kind of just have the NL as coming down to the dodgers and the cubs and the cubs not making any really big name deals right now. They've gotten a couple of guys to add in sprinkle in, but it's gonna come down to some questions of health with guys like you Darvish and also what he can contribute and Cole hamels what he's got left weather, taking him out of the. Texas ballpark and putting them in in a in a Wrigley ballpark that he's pitched well and of late, whether that makes enough of a difference to make him a a real piece of the cubs team. Also some big news coming for the pirates at the trade deadline, Chris Archer to Pittsburgh Pirates and raise agreeing on the deal with a couple of former top prospects going to Tampa in the deal. And hopefully for the pirates Archer, moving from the alias to the NFL central should help him. He's kind of been average since two thousand sixteen but could be much better and is still obviously one of the bigger names that was out there free dollars still amazed that Pittsburgh is a buyer right now, and you have to wonder if you're that team. If you're looking back on the move heading into this season and thinking, maybe we shouldn't have. We shouldn't have sell their selves sold ourselves. So so short when we're entering this season because they certainly didn't think they'd be here. Goodbye, Garrett, Cole. You wish you might. That one back there. But you know, anytime you hear the sentence in, it starts with big news for the pirates at the deadline. Usually you're thinking the other way, right? Usually take everybody's go. What happened now? The sell off continues year after years. So all those fans as long-suffering fans in Pittsburgh. You've got to feel really happy that your team went out and tried to do something positive, and I'm with you. I mean, there's so much hype around Chris Archer and has been for several years. And you mentioned that all star season, but you know, this is a guy right now with any IRA over four. He's got a whip of one point, three nine..
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