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UK vaccination drive expands as virus toll nears 100,000

AP News Radio

01:05 min | 12 min ago

UK vaccination drive expands as virus toll nears 100,000

"It's inspects the nation program is going strong in the fight to beat the spread of the corona virus as the nation approaches the death toll of a hundred thousand in a country with Europe's west confirmed Karan virus outbreak Britain's vaccination campaign is doing very well but his health secretary Matt Hancock is proud of the speed and efficiency of the program courses all all over eight cities in the U. K. I've been vaccinated which is absolutely brilliant progress health officials aim to give fifty million people including everyone of a seventy a fast facts in short by the fifteenth of February and cover the entire adult population by September hi cook knows the person is far ahead of its neighbors in the race to vaccinate people in just the last three days then fronts for instance has it in the entire in the entire history of this disease however some health experts have questioned the conservative government's decision to give the two boxing dices up to twelve weeks of pots the recommended gap between doses is three weeks in order to offer as many people as possible the first as quickly Karen Thomas London

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Fresh update on "three days" discussed on Ken Broo

Ken Broo

00:36 min | 46 min ago

Fresh update on "three days" discussed on Ken Broo

"The studio. They decided to go ahead and record it with other acoustic guitar, bass and people. Person. Those days There was no big track. For much of that will happen now that so the way to edit it would have been very difficult. So I actually went back two days later, when I was I was recovered from my own. And I actually got the drugs on after You know, Holmes is a guitar and people trapped on the guard booth. And I think like two, maybe three states as the problem I had was the temple would fluctuate. So it was okay in the first, then it would change in the choruses. We have to do with what was called a drop in which is where he reports a certain point, and then you play the person being recorded plays along with it, and the drop in The same so you could continue it. We just have a couple of times, and I think it is focused. Second or third day when nobody was looking through the control room. We know that me watching me and trying to help me in a sort of.

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Tesla sues former employee for allegedly stealing software code

Bloomberg Best

00:31 sec | 14 hrs ago

Tesla sues former employee for allegedly stealing software code

"Former Tesla's software engineer was ordered to appear before a judge to face allegations that three days into his job, he started stealing confidential files and transferring them to a personal storage account. Tesla's said in a complaint that during his two week employment Alex catalog stole more than 6000 scrips or files of code that automate a broad range of business functions. Catalog claims he transferred some non sensitive data to his personal Dropbox cloud account to use later on his personal computer. He said he didn't know using Dropbox was

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Fresh update on "three days" discussed on Ken Broo

Ken Broo

00:51 min | 49 min ago

Fresh update on "three days" discussed on Ken Broo

"Dot com. Dave Laura. Um Gosh, I think as long as I've had had an on air relationship with With 40 boy has been the same way with Laurel and Dave's, but on my show many, many, many times so anyway, that coming up All that coming up in the next hour. Now, if you're inefficient auto of rock and roll and I am you know all about 10 years after group formed in England, Nottingham and Mansfield and one of the early pioneers of Blues rock. Are you one of the big hits? Hear me calling? I'm going home. I'd love to change the world. Love like a man played Woodstock played Woodstock and just jammed it. Chick Churchill, Rick Lee, Marcus Spawn, Monty. Alvin Lee Leo Lanes Joe Gooch and Rickover Know Gloria Terry second Red Rain so much about three days ago club born and everywhere I know from now on Fine. Yeah, it's kind of like Cincinnati..

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Trump's second Senate impeachment trial to begin week of Feb. 8

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

00:42 sec | 1 d ago

Trump's second Senate impeachment trial to begin week of Feb. 8

"Convicted well he's no longer in the senate and he believes that It's up to the senate and congress to determine how they will hold the former president accountable and the mechanics and timeline of that process will be in addition to considering the fact that donald trump was president three days ago. Consider this exactly one year ago today. House democrats were wrapping up day. One of opening arguments in donald trump's first impeachment trial tonight. We learn trump's second impeachment. Trial will start the week of february eighth because it's never too late to try for impeachment and just like one year ago. The stakes are high

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City Of Dallas To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines To Public At Convention Center

Mark Levin

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

City Of Dallas To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines To Public At Convention Center

"19 vaccine hub is expected to open in Dallas City of Dallas. Emergency management coordinator Rocky Vyse says the city will receive 5000 doses of vaccine next week, and we'll have a drive through side of the Cave Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, looking at starting up operations on Thursday. And Thursday, Friday Saturday in three days will we hope that not hope we we know know that that we we will will have have those those 5000 5000 vaccines vaccines in in people's people's are are the the city city will will pull pull eligible eligible names names from from the the Dallas Dallas County County registration registration website website based based on on CDC CDC guidelines. guidelines. The shots won't be limited to Dallas residents.

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City Of Dallas To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines To Public At Convention Center

Mark Levin

00:34 sec | 1 d ago

City Of Dallas To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines To Public At Convention Center

"19 vaccine hub is expected to open in Dallas City of Dallas. Emergency management coordinator Rocky Vyse says the city will receive 5000 doses of vaccine next week, and we'll have a drive through side of the Cave Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, looking at starting up operations on Thursday. And Thursday, Friday Saturday in three days will we hope that not hope we we know know that that we we will will have have those those 5000 5000 vaccines vaccines in in people's people's are are the the city city will will pull pull eligible eligible names names from from the the Dallas Dallas County County registration registration website website based based on on CDC CDC guidelines. guidelines. The shots won't be limited to Dallas residents.

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Nevada adds 1200 coronavirus cases, 47 deaths

Rush Limbaugh

00:19 sec | 1 d ago

Nevada adds 1200 coronavirus cases, 47 deaths

"I've had in and it only 1200 new coronavirus cases to his total on Thursday, But there were 47 virus related deaths are county share, just under 1100 cases that broke a three day streak where new case numbers were less than 1000. The matter's test positivity rate is still just above 20%. The CDC wants that number to be no more than five.

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The Ideal Nutrition And How To Use Supplements

20 Minute Fitness

04:57 min | 3 d ago

The Ideal Nutrition And How To Use Supplements

"Hi chris welcome to twenty minutes it s. Thank you so much for having me. Yeah can you start off by telling us a little bit more about your background. And what aesthetic. Greens is about sure muslims. Chris i'm originally from new zealand. Which left me with the monica north. America of chris deke end. I am the proud founder and ceo of a company called athletic greens. This company was originally formed out of a search for a solution to my own problem. Which was that. I wasn't absorbing neutrons properly. And i ended up basically going on a journey to sort of addressing health problems that led to a clinic in phoenix spending a ton of money doing every blood stool saliva test. You can possibly imagine to have a group very smart people. Tell me that look You just don't appear to be absorbing nutrients properly which was a shock to me. Because up until that time. I thought i'd been doing pretty much everything right as it related to. How approach health nutrition and how it approach supplementation and sort of led me to the drawing board to think through an rethink through everything. I thought i knew about nutrition and health and everything else so long story short. I'm customer number. One of what has become a very popular way of removing the fiction from covering nutritional basis every day without cornerstone product grains which. I'm excited to be a part of and we've of lawrence two thousand nine two thousand ten. The proper film launch early two thousand eleven and since then have gone through fifty directions to continually. Look at how can we deliver what. Wait what we consider to be. Sort of that premium. Bist centralist approach to cover nutritional basis every day. Love it so. Tell me more about why. Your body couldn't absorb nutrients well enough. We'll so i have a background. In health and exercise. I studied sport science degree at open university. Which i dropped out of with two classes to go to stop my first business. I'm an entrepreneur through through and have just kicked this lifelong passion around health and fitness. And i was falling. What's considered the nineteen ten approach which was basically. Look if you do everything right. Non-extendible time the other ten percent meta too much and i'd had a few significant number of sort of respiratory tract fictions over the years and the committed to grow infrequency took that i was taking antibiotics for something three to four times a week. And i think. I had a couple of different Forces all collide at once. But at the end of the day i had very few good. Bacteria had a really torn up gi system. And i was eating very significant levels of both protein in a variety of vegetables and supplementing. With what i thought at the time was a great multivitamin and i ended up finding that i was in the eighth to twelfth percentile on a lot of the central bottoms as minerals and even mino- essence. And so when these guys came back from that testing and said hey digital's none of them. Why this right. We have some of these minerals in the twelfth percentile I was really shocked. And just turn out have all sorts of problems traditionally with the gut and the solution from these guys was to say. Look west put you on a basic limitation diet and they gave me at the time one hundred dollars a day customized my blood bike in st nutrition regime. And like i said. I saw two vessels taking fifty horse stalls a day and i just realized it must be a better way so this way back then led me on this journey to seek out experts on. I never claimed to be the sort of exit decide. Look at what good nutrition really was and start to understand things like what got health what is by ability y generally do you wanna get nutrition nutrients as much as possible from food. What food quality is some of these other dynamics at the lead me on a journey that led to us creding athletic rim. Yeah i mean you believe that you can achieve your best self. without nurturing. Your body with writing attrition right so in your opinion then after you've talked to all those experts what the right nutrition look like for me. I think for every human. There's a couple of different pieces. And i think we all want to cover off most basic nutrient basis an never put out any Around sort of supplementation being anything other than a path towards optimization i think food is i and you should always focus on food but in terms of what is great nutrition. My general framework is pretty simple. I think you want to eat to maintain your blood sugar levels and a healthy range. I think you want to eat a diet that for you does not lead to any sort of dynamic where you're very inflammatory environment. And i think you want to eat a sort of respite of metros in total calories that match your lifestyle and where that in line you wanna make sure. You're focused on food quality. Health quality pieces Seems to be of looked so often. And his principal or nutrient density and then the other variables around william micronutrients are coming from and the quality of and sort of how much cobb some extra protein. How much fat. That's a lot of those are gonna come down to individual preference potentially and then also just how do you live your life that attrition demands of someone who's on a bike aggressively training for two to france. They're going to be very different from someone. Likes to go for walks every day. And maybe it's the german two or three days a week for

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Bill Bruford (Yes/King Crimson) 1980 Interview

The Tapes Archive

08:47 min | 4 d ago

Bill Bruford (Yes/King Crimson) 1980 Interview

"In this episode. We have one of prog rock's greatest drummers bill at the time of this interview in nineteen eighty. Broussard was thirty one years old and on tour with solo band supporting his album. Gradually going tornado in the interview buford talks about why he left. Yes how robert fricke try to cancel the king crimson. Nineteen seventy four central park concert and the advantage of making a name for himself and banned by yes genesis and king crimson as always we have music critic mark allen at the helm conducting the interview. One last thing before we get to the interview the tapes archive. Podcast is a proud member of cyrus media a global community connecting passionate fans with podcast and experiences about artists and topics loves. Thanks for tuning in. And now it's time to open the vault over. No i'm not gonna player stations here and i'll give you rush especially in that not many commercials. Well the recent that lies these senior can add vocals eventually note. I don't know that wouldn't think by. Anthony singapore quite probable. There's nobody bill. Prince discounts finals. I it's just that this particular album. Not on kuwait's america would voice and something this hotline dance especially yes and on such a huge level. You made your holiday every two years now here you are. i just. You're staying with less than had to move with yet more. Yes that's not the only ask you how. How does as eddie feel about the. Because you're obviously made a name for yourself willy. Mason soldiers is that america beside more for music and the whole thing is a viable proposition. She's really good. It doesn't so listen. I'm going to be stable kind of and who who doesn't doesn't mind. I like to be able to play madison back on. Not that i ever have to and And trump's although there's not a whole level of problems occur pasta two three thousand seats by now we can just play music or problems. Did you have that are raised now. A group of flannel. It's magic pilot very easily that level. It's incredibly uninspired. It's amazingly easy to find some to seventy thousand blackout faces. Eight any pressure tool because the sounds inside. North and the whole shemozzle would sucha an isolated insulated kind of fair so much no reaction no visible reaction from anybody to your play like in a club. You can see people reacting in those places. None of that happens to. It's an extraordinary ritual. It's an amazing amazing feeding of power. But it was a strategic. Bit of works really got me to america to keep interest in on wants to in future thing this. I've had this time. And american gotten how planners do places north america generally in american about me and on you always make a good to substance feels. Good gets me and say you need some sort of strategic planning for thing like that genesis suitable time. You've got new playing it. Got my face around. It wasn't the best musical world. Then it wasn't gonna be paid for by a five month job which was fine. I could stay. Probably but i had other plans so i think we used each other way. German ankles return for it. Because i was having or without america trying very hard to exist by five synthesizers to buy a hop hannah's to buy another tunes. It's europe is a very strong place to and we could pass numerical together for the good work here more or less decided book. America's favorite and no sheppard's son to healthy strict with north vessel for any given output the musical direction. You're likely to gain the speech. Must people. you'll disseminate music. Quickest efficiently probably followed by canada. I wasn't sure that he would be person. You would like to talk to as many as i liked to. I actually. I am doing this as a promotion exercise. There's no doubt about. I need you know with mike to rice about what it is. Because i'm interested in. It really wants to get it across that. It would be lovely day. It's an insane people kind of associate. What communist play. There was no constant need to keep talking about see we have tried to compete with. Americans are americans be comforting to six weeks which seemed like forever but an american band will six months about thinking. It's an order to compete a tool to be in the same race as all must make use of here in college is coming in at smaller the low level where you stopped club. We're not we're not on the bottom is out. I mean the clubs club sold out and that's great. That's not actually at the starting gate and a lights to up. Cities is the american system. Sex could sound systems by much. And sometimes you can to the radio same time so food good system and there's no other way to do it. I mean next level of this hour talking about what the next rung. Up hewlett america. You have to be seen to keep climbing runs. And she else kills loose successful in the country. And i'm sitting. We'll be able to come back short and hopefully find some colleges and smoke. Fix that will. That will be good year to something like that and then we'll worry about what happens. Then what would you want to tell people about your music. It's not death you serious one out about the guggenheim museum. It's not it's the instrumental music. This must be either jazz or classical something like work about some h. Difficult music. And i see that tool. We have supply interesting music fry or or accessible particularly. I think we when we play. We play in such ways to invite people in this environment. Rob repel oppress them and defy. Likes which is not at you. Some refunds out. But i don't like a lot to recession music. Most standardized breath cheating quick tudor or the need to survive really. It's an era fear round action especially because in the bottom. That's right if there there's definitely a climate of whereas the sword go full next. It's partly to good specific management company that we're announces gun because well there's potential that may not be too modest talked about the groups that you played in about people. I band savoy grounding. Savoy was my best friend and that was pretty awful three days and that was that was good that i came up with my first guitar hero. Gibson's she was guitar by then. I looked around a bit and came close. Yes and that was good basketball break. Excellent be very well and I've had enough about six hours. Somebody because i didn't want to spend a lot one time insisted on the last one that can agents. I love sweating. Giving trump generally and i was thinking how am i would support each other and a plane can crimson. Then he sees you superior way. And so i said well that sounds great and off. You went five mercantilist. Some last show ever played in central far out you that that was an emotional night was in when i talked to him about that. He said that was the closest that i'm to being great. Since the first and like you said that the last king clinton in the i can principle the best. It was extremely good easy. You might like no one further anecdotes about that story. Which is the chinese absolute damnedest to cancel events about some sounds which inaudible kind of buzz to hear any sound system and said it was impossible for us to play and he was cut gerald and bullied threatened in two thousand people and he was just about dragged on student and now he will no doubt hail it is being here on the strongest span of did. He's a man of fiction on many levels and not least of which is that. That's enough the mandate about that greg. We really pavlik and blue myself. One of those great night's you believe you're strong as you are. I really enjoy that.

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What happens if you test positive for COVID-19 and can’t fly back to the US?

San Diego's Morning News with Ted and LaDona

04:55 min | 5 d ago

What happens if you test positive for COVID-19 and can’t fly back to the US?

"About 50,000 flight attendants from 17 Airlines wants those airlines to share their individual. No fly list information right now. Those lists are kind of airline specific. Jay Ratliff, Aviation expert Joining us all the coca News Live. I'm good to have you back J Hey, pleasant. Good morning. So these no fly lists. Um what are the no fly list about? Do they involve masks or are they just generally people behaving badly in the skies? When the mask policy was put into place by airlines is is kind of a way to Yeah, Get some passengers to be a little bit more comfortable about flying at first, you may remember is optional If he had a medical condition you didn't have to worry about wearing a mask, but it seems like 78% of the aircraft had some sort of medical issue. Opted not to wear them. So that's when it became mandatory for anyone over two years of age to wear masks during the entire flight over your nose and your mouth. Some passengers did not want to do that, And as a result, they created either issues in the gate or onboard an aircraft. And those passengers had to be removed or once the plate was completed. Escorted off of the aircraft, and those passengers were put on the airlines No fly list, which is basically This is in place until the mass policy is listed. And then we will welcome you back. But until then, since you've proven that you can't abide by our mass policy, we're gonna ban you until The policy is no longer in place that the issue is if I act upon a Delta flight and cause a disturbance that gets to wherever we're going, they pulled me off the flight and say, Look, you're not gonna be arrested. But you didn't follow the airlines mass policies were banning you from Delta Airlines for the time being. Could say Okay, and then I just zip on down to United. Grab a flight on them, and I can fly anywhere. I want to go and the flight attendants are saying, Look, if J X up on Delta. The consequences shouldn't only be on Delta. It should be on all U. S carriers. You're basically giving this crazy guy can opportunities on 10 different airlines to act up inconveniencing perhaps 10 different flights that they're on, and flight attendants are just that the point now where every single day Mask police. There's no federal guidelines for mass policies yet, so it's all the airline policy and most people recognize it As such, so they really don't feel threatened by, you know, getting in trouble, so to speak. Because they know it's going to be something that only involves that airline. There's not gonna be fined or anything like that. However, last week, the Federal Aviation Administration came out said Look, if you cause an onboard disturbance with an airline You face a possible fine of up to $35,000. So now there's a little bit more of an incentive for somebody like Jay to not create a problem with the mask or anything else. So that I don't get in trouble with the FAA. All right, So let's move on to, you know, travel in the age of covert with airlines that went toe, you know, they were started by keeping people at least one seat apart now, not so much on now. There's an Air American Airlines initiative for a health passport. So how does that work exactly? American Airlines is the first airline to adopt this health passport. They're working with Vera fly. It's an app that can show whether or not you've been tested for the coronavirus. And it comes in handy because now that the CDC is saying as of the 26th of this month, if you fly internationally, you're coming back into the United States. You're gonna have to prove that you've had a negative covert test within three days. Of your date of travel, or you have to show documentation that you had the coroner virus you recovered, Okay? And the issue is how do you prove that? Well, this app is in place. Now that will make these these medical testing or records available quickly. So it is you fly. You can show the agents you have, and then you'll be able to board the plate back into the United States. Clusters. Other countries around the world that had that same sort of requirement for entry into their country. And this type of Anak would satisfy those countries. For the most part. Or they could see Okay, you've been tested. It was in three days. No positive tests, You know, come on into the country. You don't have quarantine for 14 days. Alright, And we're gonna see more airlines following suit of this now. The real interesting part is Are we going to see this domestically? Qantas Airlines has already said once the vaccine is out there passengers have been vaccinated will be allowed to fly on certain flights if you've not been vaccinated. They're not gonna let you fly. Oh, if you think you think we're having fun over, you know, mask situations. Wait. So that rules out And when you guys were kidding about Burbank earlier, laughing because they said, you guys may not be too far off. If this type of thing happens domestically, I don't think it will. But I learned a long time ago. And 30 years of doing my aviation reports. You never say never when it comes to the airline industry. Oh, boy, they were at left. Joining us on the Koga news live line once again, J. Always

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A former White House social secretary shares how an inauguration should look behind the scenes

Cape Up with Jonathan Capehart

04:18 min | 5 d ago

A former White House social secretary shares how an inauguration should look behind the scenes

"Ambassador capricia marshall. Very much for coming to the podcast. Oh it's an absolute pleasure to join you. Jonathan thank you okay. So normally on january twentieth we would see one of the to my mind grandiose ceremonies that our country does the peaceful transfer of power. And it's it's not just the hand on the bible in the to me. It's when the incoming president arrives at the north portico and the two families are there and meeting and that to me is the start of the peaceful transfer of power. But we're not going to see that. So what i would love is to for the audience to here in a normal time. What that day is like so well for that. Limousine arrives at the north portico. What happens who makes that arrangement. Well this is from me. One of the most special days in our american history It is so symbolic of the strength of our democracy. That seamless as you say transition of power from the current sitting president vice president and first family frankly to the next and every moment of the day is to represent though the the the strength of our democracy and And actually there are events that lead up immediately after the election. takes place and once it is determined by the voters that There has been a new president or a second term of president. I've been quite privileged throughout my time to have witnessed personally. Several several transitions From a one from the the point of view of an incoming and also an outgoing president and in each element is so exciting. so you we do begin. There is a a time a period that takes place with The first lady's Eight the sitting first lady extended invitation to the incoming first lady to visit the white house why she wants to host her and gracious manner to give her a tour of the white house introduced into the current sitting staff But also again. It's the beginning of the bridge from one administration to the next. I watched a barbara bush standing outside the south portico door with all the press to watch and that election was tough super tough between bush and clinton and with a smile. She embraced hillary clinton who walked up the south grounds to her and arm and arm. They walked inside the white house. To begin. a you know perhaps our long discussion. How long it is really doesn't matter. It's again that symbolism between these two women that they are now showing the country our democracy continues on our country and traditions. Continue on then. We come to inauguration day. The presidential inaugural committee is selected as put together and They determine all the facets of this day it is a committee that is selected by the incoming president various individuals who will look at perhaps two days or three days however long they want The inauguration festivities to be and there are a variety of events that are put into place Unfortunately this inauguration we will not see the boisterous crowds. We will not see the jam packed streets as we are accustomed to but those symbolic moments will continue on those events that have been put into place that will show our democracy continues on the strength of our people and in the joy That we are all going to celebrate in with this incoming administration so

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The New York Actors Experience With Caitlyn Piccirillo

"Diary of an Unemployed Actor"

05:39 min | 5 d ago

The New York Actors Experience With Caitlyn Piccirillo

"Is there much. Are the theaters. Closed down there as well. Oh yeah they've been They shut down broadway on march thirteenth. I believe End there hasn't been any live theater in new york city as far as i know There's been some like socially distanced park performances What small theatre companies. Just trying to keep busy but for the most part Most of the theater being done in in new york city right now seems to be a via zoom or now that filming is happening against tv productions coming back the show that i'm we just started rehearsing for the dining room where rehearsing over zoom and then we'll be Recording it over like the course of three days and someone's apartment interesting help. How do you find that then. Immigrants regards to rehearsing over zoom versus in person. Because you're not getting as much instant feedback in that experience. Just being right next to the person. Yeah it's a little weird just because Everyone has technical issues. might internet sometimes is a bit a sporadic and this production My friends directing it but he casts instead of doing the way traditionally would do the dining room which was six people. every character is played by different persons. Losing fifty something people in this cast. So it's really hard to just have that one on one moment with with your scene partner but when i've done zoom Readings and stuff. It's not that bad. A as long as people are really trying to stay in the moment and kind of committing to what they're doing. There's been some beautiful theater being done over zoom Yeah i know a lot. Some as being in it's same here. Some theaters are broadcasting over zoom. I haven't really watched anything. Maybe i should give it a try though because people that are doing it and in theaters need to stay. Afloat is the thing like our they. I mean they're not earning any money right now and so you know. What else are they supposed to do. They had a a scheme here. That's i don't remember. One of the politicians proposed was basically just like a well. You know if all the actors and stuff are complaining about not having work right now they should just go back and retrain and do something else was. I saw that Jesus seriously how much. Money is generated for the city of london from the theaters on first of all and then like just ridiculous thing to say exactly so much and i don't. that's something i've found even talking within Like with my family who who are not art people their science people and they really don't get it they really do think that Performing as like a glorified hobby rather than something that you really work in train for. However many years you know. I not only have like my bachelor's in acting but i also have my masters in theatre i've spent. I couldn't even tell you how much time and money on a acting classes voice lessons. Dance lessons and To to Like out of nowhere. Have your entire industry disappear. It would be like out of nowhere having the entire publishing industry disappear like sure. Books are like a commercial item. But you would very much notice if out of nowhere known was writing publishing reading books anymore. That's good point. It's i wanted to ask you about that too because you have a ton of training which is amazing. So what is kinda value. Get out of doing so much training. Because i know a lot of hollywood actors. You could look into it in say well. They didn't have any actual acting training them. But i think there's a value in love to hear kind of your take on it because like you said you got your bachelor's you got a master's in theater will. My masters was primarily in theatre history. Because i have a real interested in drama turkey and in london they actually really have an appreciation for drama turci which i approach which i love but in the us it's not it's kind of a dying art. But i think it's super important for performers to have at least some idea of of that of doing that kind of research. Because i find that i can always tell a performer has done their homework in. That's homework on the character homework on character. But it's not just like what are my motivations. Who am i talking to. What is background. But it's the show of it things like okay well. What is my socioeconomic background What does that mean for. How i was raised end Because someone who was raised in like a upper middle class lifestyle versus someone who is poverty stricken as a child is going to have different reactions to different Situations in a show or talking. About what what era was it and what was going on in that timeframe you know A story about you know a two women in love is totally going to have a different feeling context. If the story set in the nineteen sixties the eighteen sixties

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Charlotte police head to Washington, DC for Biden inauguration

The Brett Winterble Show

00:43 sec | 5 d ago

Charlotte police head to Washington, DC for Biden inauguration

"And sheriff's deputies deputies from from Charlotte Charlotte or or heading heading to to Washington Washington D. D. C C to to help help US US security security for for the the presidential presidential inauguration, inauguration, Sheriff Sheriff Gary Gary McFadden McFadden says says after after the the attack attack on on Capitol Capitol Hill. Hill. He He had had some some second second thoughts thoughts about about sending sending his his officers officers always gonna talk about the lone wolf. You know, we don't know what's through someone's mind. You know, with this January 6th incident, it pushes back to give us a second thought. Think about what we're doing. And of course, I said, I had butterflies in my stomach. I read about it every day. You know, I look for the intel every day we received intel every day and some stuff that we cannot share with the public that gives me concerned. And so you know, talking to the D. C. Metro. You know, they ensured me that my guys will be safe to make fat and says his deputies will be on duty in DC for two or three days.

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Georgia Capitol in Atlanta sees increased security amid nationwide threats of Inauguration Day unrest

The Weekly Check Up

00:40 sec | 6 d ago

Georgia Capitol in Atlanta sees increased security amid nationwide threats of Inauguration Day unrest

"Taking very seriously calls for people to march on stakeout. Bottles today, just three days ahead of Joe Biden's inauguration Channel two action news reporter Tony Thomas with details and beefed up security around Georgia's capital. We've seen no sign so far yet of any protesters down here. Law Enforcement National Guard everywhere we're looking South bound up here on the Mitchell and this is the National Guard. Right outside Capitol Square. National Guardsmen are posted all around Capitol Square. But it's not just right there. Dump trucks blocking streets here all across downtown Atlanta. Latest Latest reports reports now now Georgia Georgia Capitol Capitol mostly mostly quiet quiet against against heavy heavy police police presence. presence. Brand Brand new new numbers numbers

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Far-Right Personality ‘Baked Alaska’ Arrested In Texas During US Capitol Riot Probe

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:17 min | Last week

Far-Right Personality ‘Baked Alaska’ Arrested In Texas During US Capitol Riot Probe

"New chilling details about the insurrection. The washington post reporting three days before an internal capital police intelligence report warned that congress could be the target of angry trump supporters. The fbi is investigating whether lawmakers eight pro-trump rioters by giving building towards the day before so far at least three hundred opened investigations into riot suspects far-right right media personality. Jeanette who calls himself baked alaska also arrested in texas today allegedly spotted video inside the capitol chanting. Patriots are in control and suspect jenna ryan the texas realtor accused of taking part in the riot now publicly asking for a pardon telling station. Ktar she was just following president. Trump me personally not feel a sense of shame or guilt for my heart from what i was doing. I thought it was following my president. I thought i was following what we were called to do that. Defense echoed by suspect jacob. Chance lee the arizona man allegedly left a note on his desk in the senate chamber that read. It's only a matter of time. Justice is coming. He's also now asking for a pardon through his attorney. He walked down constitution avenue and entered the capital. He was there at the invitation of and request of our president.

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Cops describe attack from Capitol mob

The 11th Hour with Brian Williams

03:34 min | Last week

Cops describe attack from Capitol mob

"On this last weekend of the trump era washington is now and armed fortified encampment. Twenty-five thousand national guard troops stationed around the district of columbia more troubling details coming out now about the deadly siege at our us capital and about those who were ready to do battle. The washington post has obtained a twelve page capital. Police intelligence report sent three days before the attack that warned violence quote in which congress itself could be the target of angry supporters of president trump. On january six. The post says the intel report goes on to note supporters of the current president. See january six. The last opportunity that overturned the results of the presidential election this sense of desperation and disappointment may lead to more of an incentive to become violet if you can believe it the post reports. This warning was not shared widely with other agencies earlier today. The paper also broke news on. Just how close. The mob came to mike pence while he was presiding over the electoral count. Paper says about sixty seconds after the vice president was rushed off the senate floor. His chair later occupied by a rioter. The gang charged up the stairs chasing after that capitol police officer eugene goodman who drew them away from where pence was hiding. The drama of course was all captured on video cold. We're also now hearing the stories of some of the other officers who battled the mob including dc metro police officer michael phenomenon. Known and other officers were dragged into the crowd of rioters while trying to defend the west front of our capital. He says they were beaten with metal. Pipes american flag a thin blue line flag a symbol of support for law enforcement. Oddly guys. we're trying to grab my gun. And they were chanting like killing with his own gun To that point. Like i was thinking all right. You know how to survive this situation. I thought no. I can shoot them. They're trying to kill me. And i'm just fine but if i did that i would provide them with the justification that they needed to kill me. Because i can't get to know all so then. I started thinking you know maybe i can appeal to somebody humanity and i started like yelling that i have kids and i think fortunately there were some people in the crowd that recognized that i was a police officer and that you know i don't know killing me was not the right thing to do. And so at that point people started to kind of encircle me and offer me some degree protection. How do i feel about the people that were there. Well the people they helped me. Thank you for being there.

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Capitol Police report warned that Congress could be targeted three days before riot

WTOP 24 Hour News

01:37 min | Last week

Capitol Police report warned that Congress could be targeted three days before riot

"Tonight. An internal Capitol Police Intelligence report issued three days before the assault on the U. S. Capitol, warned that there could be an attack last Wednesday on Congress itself, The Washington Post reports. The 12 page memo detailed how President Trump's supporters saw that day as the last chance to try to overturn the election results, adding quote, This sense of desperation and disappointment may lead to more of an incentive to become violent. Unlike Obvious post election protests. The targets of the pro trump supporters are not necessarily the counter. Protesters says they were previously but rather, Congress itself is the target on the sixth. Two people familiar with that memo, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the memo was shared to all Capitol Police Command Staff. Washington Post Political investigative reporter Carol Lin Egg is the journalist who broke the story son who was the Capitol police chief until resigning in the wake of the security failures and the siege. He got this Intel report and he's declined to discuss the details of it with me. But I know from other sources that he got this report on the third and that's what made him go to the sergeant at arms in the Senate and the House, his bosses and say, Look, guys, I think I need emergency activation of the National Guard. They turned him down and said that they didn't like the idea of that. They didn't like the optics of the military looming over the capital. They didn't think their leadership their bosses, the Speaker Pelosi or Mitch McConnell, the Senate leader would agree. So they said No no comment tonight on the memo from a Capitol police spokeswoman.

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The global death toll from the coronavirus has topped 2 million, according to Johns Hopkins University data

Dave Ramsey

00:39 sec | Last week

The global death toll from the coronavirus has topped 2 million, according to Johns Hopkins University data

"Two million people have now died from Corona virus worldwide. The grim death toll reached today, according to Johns Hopkins University. In the US That number currently sits it more than 383,000 deaths right here in Arizona 185 new deaths reported today, pushing the state death told to 11,040 Since Monday, Arizona has reported 899 new covert deaths. The State Health Department also recording 9146 new cases and more than 20,800 new diagnostic tests. For the third day in a row. Coronavirus related hospitalizations have dropped. I see you bet use has also dipped consistently over the last four days.

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Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde Holding Hands

Daily Pop

04:04 min | 2 weeks ago

Harry Styles and Olivia Wilde Holding Hands

"Livy wild and harry styles are dating over the weekend. They were caught holding hands on their way to a friend's wedding in montecito california. A source tells us news. They shared a room and their romance has been going on for a little while now. So let's just talk about this. Okay you see the headline first reaction and then you see the video. First reaction morgan go. I don't i literally been processing this for three days. Because i mentioned massive harry styles fan and i just feel like listen. I like libya. I like little wild. I feel like we just heard about her. Swith jason today day. I felt like when you're that famous when you're at that level harry styles whose notoriously private olivia jason really work public unless they really needed to be in terms of like red carpets and things that they will promoting something feels not inauthentic. I don't know the words if you do. You can tweet us with something. Doesn't why all a sudden you just hand holding after ten years of being with the same person like is it if it was really something when you want to keep it close to the chest pain moving first of all. I love morgan that you went straight like investigative reporter on jeff. Does it make sense. Is it for publicity for the movie. Meanwhile i'm over here inserting myself into olivia wilde shoes going well. I'm only a few years older than olivia wilde. So does that mean that. I mean that. I've been his age practice. He did say that he wouldn't eat anyone older than his mom. His is forty three young mom already. So i feel like there's a chance iphone. Harry styles is an old soul. I agree like i just couldn't the age difference does not faze me one big The fact that she has children. I don't really see him like to be a father. Step father right now but But you know the whole relationship caught me off guard. I think ever. I know it's too early to say. I'm kind of with you morgan. I feel like i just listen. We just found out november about jason. However there's been reports that they were you know separated. We found out about so who knows but it sure felt just. Can't me jason like like a dagger in the no. I agree with that feeling old. And yeah i they've been separated christie. You're right. i feel like they've been separated by the way you're separated. She's allowed to date whoever she wonders. It's not even about pass relationship for me. What it is is just. You don't casually just get. We have to ask one hundred different publicists for any sort of comment to confirm something. I don't know who's just strolling out on twenty twenty one day. Three with two major star. That are like you know by the way we're doing this this weekend. I was like now prepared. It was so this was his agents wedding so there wasn't good names there whenever it's a hollywood agent like that right so they knew that there was a word was going to get out like they were making a declaration by showing right hand holding like did you notice the handhold. Seniors name church wind very intimate to hold someone back to me. It's one thing if they went together and he had his hand on. The smaller faster was helping her walk down the hill and the wedges ten church twining lace the fingers his new relationship so and i guarantee if olympia seasons right. Now she's like you guys are so ridiculous like fun and once you make out with harry styles. You'll know why. I'm holding his man okay. The best twenty twenty one. Like if we're gonna nominate best twenty twenty one by jason. Actually harry is because she's also such a cat cheated mark. She's an incredible actress. An incredible director like an awesome. Mom has a great relationship with her ex. Like i know that we think she's lucky. But like harry is very lucky

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"three days" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:24 min | 3 months ago

"three days" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"Like it Chris land all over again at least I knew what was going on and I didn't like it and this. But I didn't know what was going on. It's funny because this movie I was positive, I'd seen it when I put it on the list of movies for us to cover I was like Oh yeah. Of course, three days of the condor. It's great. I've seen it, and then I, went through my archives of where I look at you know what I thought of movies in the past I, keep it on the computer and I realized I'd never seen it and I think I was just confused because maybe the spy game came out with. You Know Robert Redford and Brad Pitt and a lot of the reviews talked about connections to three days of the condor and I thought I need to see that movie and apparently in my mind I did see it but I never actually physically saw it. So diving into it this time I was very excited because it's like a seventies gem that I just for some reason had bypassed and I thought it was a real like just like who'd really to watch you bypassed it or spy passed it. Oh good. Comedy Gold on sub space transmissions like this listeners. Look. Forward. Carrying that branding right over despite hearts. pocus down now go over there and listen to them instead because it's clearly better. But. I was like really just riveted throughout this. I am really finding myself drawn to these mundane spy world's kind of like get crystal where everything's just a little bit. You know working class kind of look to it a little bit ramshackle but there's all this intrigue going on underneath and I loved all of the cat and mouse stuff throat this movie so. Yeah. I was really down with it, but it does not depend on like Michael Bay editing. It's like longshot shots it's slowly moving I. There's even just moments where he recreates the crime scene using like a pen and notepad, which they would just dare to do it in a lot of these contemporary spy genre films like he could you imagine that Ryan, Reynolds movie. Doing, something like with a notepad for like four minutes. What deadpool That's breaking the fourth wall right there. I was at an underground is underground six. I could want finish that one. I was confused with. Six underground or I was also thinking of safe. House. The other Ryan, Reynolds that spy film I, I again, another one that I skipped. Yeah good choice but. No I agree like I like kind of the Lo fi approach to spycraft. We're seeing in some of these older spy movies obviously, they didn't really have an option. Because honestly like writing on pen and paper ages better than some of the computer stuff in these movies. Also, ages well. Fight scenes that are actually well choreographed in which you actually know what the mailman is doing. There's actually a kind of a story line going on as it escalates and escalates and they grab like other weapons to other I was not confused for a single moment watching his nineteen seventies movie, which I would not call it an action movie but this action sequence within it I I was just kind of sucked into everything that was going on there, and that's the trick isn't it? You can actually see the fight scene unlike hypocrites file. When Time. That's cold. Scott pushed down the stairs. It's like who to grow the. Fire. I really enjoyed that fight as well in. A apartment or whatever I liked it..

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"three days" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

SpyHards Podcast

04:03 min | 3 months ago

"three days" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast

"I'll just two other movies all note on the highest grossers that year down lower on the list like a round number nineteen Again, it's very hard to gauge exact numbers when you're talking about the pre nineteen, seventy, seven box office but at number nineteen, we had the great Waldo Pepper, which was another Robert Redford vehicle. I haven't seen it but it's quite notable. So Robert Redford did quite well this year also opening this year probably around the great Waldo pepper numbers again tough to track down inexact exact one, the man who would be king, which is notable for starring Sean, connery and Michael. CAINE, which was a big adventure kind of back and really great movie. That's the Sean. Connery. Bond and Harry Palm Hip Chris File. Smash. avengers style film that we all wanted. That's right back in the day before cap and Ironman, we had Canaan connery. Mortgage you one. That's right. So yeah, that kind of wraps up the behind the scenes on three days of the condor for me. I guess I'll toss it over to you Scott. Okay. Cam For my extensive background in telephonic work. I think our guest is ready to join us. So Scott, we were very special guest this time joining us the CO host of the subspecies transmissions podcast, which I co host with him Tyler Orton. Hey great to be here I am coming in through my get smart phone booth that has a trap door that leads me to the secret layer, the secret studio that you guys are record. For one podcast booth to another. Are you guys both wearing a cone of silence or did I just come here looking like a Dork? No we have one pretty much every day of our lives. Okay. Okay. So can't wait to talk to you guys about get smart I watched it like three times leading pursue today's podcast. Yeah that pilot. Zinger. Well I mean cam you telling me you you brought a friend to the meeting so I was feel comfortable. That's that's correct. Yes. Yeah. End, we're on this film but. So, Tyler take a second telephone what these substrates transmissions podcast is well. We've been doing this for what five or six years now and I think we take really irreverent look at Star Trek it's not that very academic because you and I. We are clearly not academics, but it's not that academic study. That's can sometimes be a little bit dry you. We've done things like best musical moments biggest what the F..

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"three days" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

12:03 min | 9 months ago

"three days" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"Brosnan strikes on it throws from the outfield to the Catholic All that stuff I found that fascinating and I when I said to some friend who wanted to take me to a game and angels game. I said let's see feeling practice. He didn't say a word and they was no feeling practice. A couple of guys come out and toss the ball around but you know feeling brackets and I miss that. I miss lots of things. I miss seeing a manager like McGraw standing there. Coaching third base but his hands on his hips. I I miss the involvement of of of all players. What it was they were doing. It bothers me today that a manager can sitting home sitting in the Dugout and called the next pitch for a pitcher I I like a game to be returned to the players more than it is and and I I'm rambling now but the their stuff about the game today. That bothers me relax of it I have. I haven't frankly Scorecards and very very old ballgames scorecard of a St Louis Browns double header against the Yankees back wind. Each game was decided by one. Nothing Skoll and each game took about fifty five minutes to be played and the crowd and the audience was two thousand people outlet. Saint Louis speak the browns and the Yankees. All all that stuff fascinating. It's part of my history Hey you can't take away from me that I saw a lot when he was just a kid playing baseball in the major leagues things of that nature. So I WANNA think about narrative for a moment in the game that Arnold wrote about Cleveland Starter. Bob Lemon not only pitched into extra innings but also hit for himself in the top of the tenth with two outs and two on and I know that lemon was a very good hitter by pitcher standards especially earlier in his career But it's practically impossible to imagine that same scenario playing out today But it did allow Arnold to have consistent character of a pitcher who was present for the entire game which enabled him to right toward the end on. The mound was a tired very courageous. Gentlemen who had gone to the limit of his strength and Resources and like other courageous gentlemen would go a little farther in the game that you wrote about Robert. Twelve pitchers appeared and so I'm wondering if for narrative purposes would you rather had a single pitcher who could serve as a protagonist or did the constant cycling through pitchers? Actually give you more material or quiz. I'll tell you. The Greatest Day of pitching in all of baseball in history took place on December on July third. Nineteen thirty three call. Hubbard went in against Tex. Carleton each had a no hitter behind them. That game went eighteen innings. Giants wanted one nothing against relief pitcher proper proper. Hanes I guess. His name was who also picks no hitter. And that was it turns out the first game of a doubleheader and Roy Palmer Lee went up against DVD game and beat Dean. Nothing like fourteen caudillos processed. Now one nothing nothing and the catch. Gusman cousy across the entire game for the drivers. Now these things just don't happen anymore throws two hundred pictures in the game But nobody today pitchers one hundred games a hundred pictures because there's always gonNA fall off at one hundred one He knows it. Rails knows it so out. He comes after five or six innings. And that's that's a pity I I. I like to longevity of of hubbub eighteen innings. He's giving a six six in the eighteen innings and didn't walk anybody in the eighteen innings. Your stuff like that sticks with me. It's just it's it has it has history has has kind of music youthful when I would say that I would much rather have have had what Dan had. Which is a couple of starters and a few relief pitchers because when you've got six or seven or eight or nine pitching changes it the theme of Oh look. How many relief pitchers there are these days that gets old real quick fast so different thing to say about each one of of the relief pitchers that entered the game and I think I hit most of them but it did get to be really too many and I go on and on in the book about how. It's not great for the game to have so many pitching changes especially toward the end of the book. I talk about that a lot but I wish I wouldn't have had to talk about it because I think it's an unfortunate part of the game today. I'll I wanted. My game was to get rollie fingers into IT I. I spent a lot of time with fingers while I was reporting the book and he was such an interesting character for so many reasons and I and I did have this terrible fear. 'cause I I was stuck. It had to be that day for reasons. We don't need to go into but I had the game on that particular June tenth. Had to be the one that I was writing about. And if the brewers had no really collapsed early or if they were running away with it and there was no fingers I would have to. How the hell do I get this guy into the book but he made it possible for me so this you know I? I love relief pictures. I I loved Harley Wilhelm that and And the guy on the on the Yankees a murphy. I think his name was. Let's I I wouldn't twenty games because Murphy as me from the seventh inning on so You know that that's important stuff. I I'm thinking of the guy who puts that one to one count fix to convict words and and and that guy that pitcher was out of the game at somebody said well he probably said to Derocha on where where I got my man I and so I asked him about that and he said if I said that would have beaten to a pulp I said it to follow fees in spring training and I. I was allowed to get away with that as a joke right done. Little really pitching is wonderful. I you know I. I'M A sucker for the game with the changes. Great changes that. I don't like we know is in the music and the scoreboard exploding and and I went to a game and angels game. A friend had tickets season tickets and Brian. I went there to a game and the seventh inning. V V Wade. Who came up and said dessert is being served and so we went out into the hallway where they had a line of desserts. And this this is more important than watching the ballgame apparently and leave. That's not so to me. The game is a game and that's the entertainment it's not. It's not the also foolish. It's one thing I admired about Vin scully. After Jerry Doggett had left he never broadcast with another man in the booth. It was always been scully doing themselves. Yeah if I could add add something about this about arnold absolutely correct notion that the game is the important thing. The very first game that I covered as a journalist was a spring training game in Fort Lauderdale playing there and I was in the press the very small press box and I guess I can say his name Maury Allen Very Nice Guy from the New York post was sitting at. My right eye was writing for the times and Alan couldn't have been nicer to me you know. He's showing me the ropes and I was so excited to be there at my Fr- you know covering a game in the press box and I you know I said Menu have the luckiest life you get to spend all this time. Just you know with baseball and you get to sleep and live live baseball. And and he said Yeah. I like everything about it. Except for the God Damn Games and he got up and walked out there. There are people like all right. Well we just have a few more here than we will let you get on with your days of Arnold. We have access to really great statistics. Today that tell us things about players from earlier eras that people may not have even realized that time but they're still something to be said for seeing players in person and USA so many legendary players that most of us have only ever gotten glimpses of in in black and white clips. So you know Ruth Gehrig Dimaggio and Jimmie Foxx and Mellat you mentioned in Carl Hubbell and on an I and and Babe Ruth. Yes yes so I WANNA ask you. What was it like to watch and even meet Babe Ruth and second? I wonder whether any other great players come to mind to were even more impressive in person than they are when we read about them or or only look at their numbers years after the fact reach to my mind was hack Wilson who who was one of the great hitters in the National League who who approached. The magic of sixty home runs here one year. Fifty sixty eight. Something like that He's a short stubby guy. He you know you don't see guys looking like that anymore and I went to a game fittings breaches and watching Hack Wilson being run all over the CEO hitting shots all over the place and the game was over we. We uphold bunch of kids waiting outside and hat in and the cardinals came out and we jeered him said. How'd you like it when Lindstrom if your hand and Blah Blah Blah and he stood there taking it all taking it on things you know and finally went up to him? I said happy scorecard. And he statham he's GonNa kill me and grab my pencil. And he signed and every kid had had has hacked Wilson. Sinus is a lovely moments with with a fire in one of his worst days which is wonderful. Yeah and what are your memories of Babe Ruth who I think you briefly encountered as you mentioned in the book. Well he loved us so we love him. He loves kids he just loved kids and the kids back and I when you come out of the seventh inning for Saturday whoever else in the media we want the bay. We want the best. We knew we could go back in. We knew enough about the rules. That's the way we saw one of the day. We WanNa day just wonderful and then seeing him pitch day of the nineteen thirty three season the Yankees were out of it. My father came into the kitchen. My brother and I were doing the dishes and said boys we let it go to the stadium tomorrow. The Dave is GonNa Pitch and they move pitch. I see here. The home runs and he hits nine inning and he did the Red Sox so it was all legendary. Just see all that stuff so I saw crossing the street for five days later I ran up to him I said gave I saw you kid and I said how come you didn't out anybody. And he grasped he said. I want to go 'cause behind to earn their keep his rival world. Her is these these things..

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"three days" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

12:36 min | 9 months ago

"three days" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"I mean you pour yourself into the book I try to stay out of my book for better for worse probably better But the very fact of your presence in your book is what brings it to life. I think it's nice that I think it was part of that. New Journalism where where would journalists some some reason sometime decides thrust themselves into the action of the peace? They were writing and he was the case. Where I I? I totally did that and so it was. It was part of what was happening. Then around me at Bill Hines. Who's right in that kind of stuff Other people writing and ideas latched onto that style without giving it any thought the game natural to me and one of the challenges of the book about a single game is the problem of play by play. You have to describe the action but you don't Wanna get to bog down in saying so and so did this. And then so and so did that. And I'd be interested in hearing how any of you approach that problem of making play-by-play Palatable and weaving it into your narrative in your broader observations about baseball but Dan. I guess I'll direct that to you. Well I think I failed that my book is an endless digression or an endless series of aggressions in which the polite way of saying it. Or if I were showing off and say You see what you see on. The field is the tip of the iceberg. And I was writing about the nine tenths that you don't see. How did everybody get their? What our strategies to tell. What was the history of baseball in Milwaukee you know what we refer qualified him to to be win win three payments in a row and and and such this. This was my opportunity as a fan to learn everything. I didn't know about baseball to go deeply into to have access to players and staff and and the the front office and really get to know it so the the the game itself is really it's a framework or almost an excuse to hang the rest of it on it so I'm GonNa tell a story on myself. I'll try to make it brief. I finished the book and turned it into my publisher and my agent at the same time and they both liked it very much and then We I know a couple of friends read it and my editor and I worked on its And it's going through the publishing process which is both Well as you know as well then but you know that Robin I don't know. It's a long and arduous process and the copy editor began to work on. After two days he went to my editor who then called me and said you left out the bottom of the fifth I got I had gotten so in what I think is interesting stuff. I I think the book is pretty good but really I had doug. I gotten so far below that iceberg. I was drowning in an I think and then pulled myself out. Yeah I it's funny because when you talk about history and things like that. My history was was subways. Should I take the ball since like things like that Mine was so natural that that it it seems it seems it probably was effortless just to do. The book took me only maybe three weeks to write And and you know. And when I finished as a book and I gave it a sterling Lord my agent. He was very excited about it and he said he knew exactly who is GonNa Progress. At Hiram Hayden at Crown Books is going to publicly he knew that and Etcetera Etcetera Hiram. Hayden said to us when we met again. I can't do this book. I don't know how to sell it. Where do I sell it and I being a wise ass? I said the bookstore? He was very gentle with me. He said but where if I put it in with the sports books. That's where we publish books. A by that Daddy's by for their fourteen year old sons and this is not that book and he said I just cannot sell this book and so that changed the whole the whole idea the cost. This is GonNa be the book crown. Publishers who was GONNA publish and be famous Instead one second round to Thomas Fleming at that that his publishing house that was famous only because also published Collier's magazine and the Guy via the editor. There how do I illustrate this and I said Gee I don't know I? I'd help illustrate straight. A A book. Bantam books some years back. I like the guy who did the station. Should I call here call them? So I called him and he began the illustrator. It was stuff like that. It's easy and and when I was finishing at all I was finished with it. I I this book was now gone and done and in fact when it came out the first week August Body and I were Cau- driving out of New York City for good driving to some other place where we live. We did not know where that was going to be. And so I didn't have the little bit of fame I must say I appreciate with the editor. The hell did. He had read that I was able to call balls and strikes from five hundred feet away. I Su he went to the game to a game and he sat were about. I sat and he found. Yes you can do that so that was kinda flattering. Anyway I didn't have since mine was the first and I was not thinking in those terms. I had nothing to lose. Just this play around with it and do it and let it go. Which is what I did. I think that Arnold had the luxury of not needing to be particularly aggressive. His book was shorter and about a far more interesting game. Which I think is one of the reasons why it's endured for as long as as it has. I ran into the same issue. I think that the Dan did where the digressions sort of lead could lead one so far from the actual narrative of the game however unimportant it was that it could become awkward and I know that when I sent chapters to various people various friends before I sent it to my editor. One of my friends said well. It doesn't really work but I I know how to fix it and I knew what he meant. What he meant was that you couldn't follow the game action so I went back through the entire book trying to add little details and make a little more less awkward but really all my book is. Is this guy grounded out own? Here's something else I'm thinking about the next three or four pages and you have to figure out whatever it is fifty different ways to make that transition which was a bit of a challenge but ultimately you have to do it. I wouldn't break. I gotten along pretty well. Willie mays back the time. He came in fifty one Writing about him and and he liked that and so he's sort of like me. I was able to ask him. This is after after the book was published. I noticed it when they were to that ball. Mazen's GONNA catch mays world almost immediately and headed for. Where he he he wanted to go. I said to him I had to do that. I don't know he said I heard the crackle about I knew teeth things. I knew exactly where that was going to end up and I knew I would catch it now. That's that made life. I'd already written about it. But that that sort of down teed something I'd written and it was nice to hear from him the instincts of eventual prior and a good baseball player. Great Athlete is so far removed from my own life. I mean kill to hear the crack of the balance. You know exactly those two things. It's impossible you can't. You cannot be but it was an easy for him so in a day in the bleachers. Arnold wrote it was becoming a terribly. Long game played at a dragging pace. The tempo of baseball itself has slowed down and elsewhere in the book. He mentioned how long players were taking between pitches and wrote ballgames last much longer than they did in the old days of course that was a ten inning world series game played in three hours and eleven minutes which would seem pretty brisk us today in twenty nineteen. The average regular season game took three hours and ten minutes to play It's true that in fifty four games had gotten about a half an hour longer compared to win. Arnold. I started going to games. But it's also true that they've gotten more than another half hour longer Sun Sun and rob. I'm wondering how do you think that's affected the spectator experience and since we often hear that they're so much great writing about baseball because the game allows for quiet and contemplation and observation cannot slow pace? Actually be a benefit to a writer. Well I'm not sure if it's a benefit to a writer I do think that obviously the chance to have a conversation is greater. If there's more time between events but I look I think you could. There's plenty of time between plays in the NFL as well plenty and yeah the doesn't exist anymore but the Hydros Reicher conference right exactly and so there's really I I've always sort of thought that was not necessarily why baseball was more interesting to write about. I think it's more the case that interesting people have tended to be baseball. Fans historically and also baseball was obviously d sport for many decades in its reign relatively recently the nineteen sixties essentially that that Baseball was essentially dethrone at least in in some ways so no. I don't think that a four hour game means we're GONNA get better baseball if that's that's sort of logical conclusion one my John. I don't think it's true. I agree some of the very best writing goes way back and you know right. Good ride is right well and and we has in good. Ride is writing about baseball before I was born. So yeah I think it's also worth pointing out that the extended game today if we take those pauses or those those gaps in the where. There's no action. They are filled with active scoreboards and music and stadiums waves. And all these things that I'm sure all of us on this on this kind of in this conversation can't bear when I go back to the Games that I saw the As a teenager in the early nineteen sixties early middle nineteen sixties games. That took you know an hour and forty five minutes. There was plenty of time to contemplate because there was nothing going on during those contemporary of moments The pause between pitches was all yours. There was nothing interrupting and that gave plenty of time for introspection and reflection. Arnold I have a question about that for you in a day in the bleachers. You wrote about how fans had begun to bring radios to the Games and you will that some people in the stands were paying more attention to accounts of the games than the Games themselves. And so you wrote when portable television becomes the raged grim thought. Though it may be they will pack their little set to the ballparks and glue their eyes to the television screen quietly cursing the sunlight around them. That is making their reception so dim. Someday we will have ball games played in quiet studios and heavyweight championship. Prizefights fought before the three officials. The engineers and cameramen and no one else and that seems pretty prescient in the age of smartphones and also now social distancing and. I'm wondering if you could take back to a time before all of that. So you started going to games in one thousand nine hundred eighty six which was before video screens before transistor radios before music piped over the PA system even before beer vendors. Because prohibition was on a tee time so what were you able to hear then that you can't hear now at a ball game. And how is the experience of going to a game different? Well well what I miss about. The Ball Games today is if you've been practice. I Love Gong early to the Ballpark. Just to watch travis. Jackson throws his rifle shots. Bill Terry Before the game and and and Jo more in left field with the song to the plate and they had a bad standing there and talking..

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"three days" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

04:11 min | 9 months ago

"three days" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"So we've got a fun conversation for today. Do we have a phone conversation? We will spend some other conversation being respectful about baseball. And I I was doing some writing. I'll shocking kind of events and developments. That has not made itself known quite well and as in the course of that I had occasion to go back and watch part of like just like the least consequential parts. I want to be very clear. The least consequential parts of the Red Sox Yankees series in London last summer. And I don't know if you recall the the first game of that series that they played where just stays world series. Roughly seven thousand runs Between them and the game in question will I recall it starting when I was eating breakfast because you know funny timezones and I live in Pacific time and I had time and occasion to breakfast and then go to the gym and then meet a friend for Beer and some snacks after the gym in the game was still going on the game just followed me through whole day and I remember that experience of it and I was listening to you. Know all the goofy. All the goofy commentary and INS and outs you know bumpers in and out that they were doing during that to remind us that England has a queen and also they play cricket. They say words funny. There are lots of US next to Os. We don't know why and Gosh. I just Miss Baseball so I just really do. And I know why we can't have it and that's that's the right choice but man would be good to mark time in a way that's comprehensible to my brain. So boy agree. Yeah it's great to have. Cpl and K B O and all the other varieties of baseball but the ones that we were weaned on the one that we're used to with all the people that we know and the teams were used to rooting for. We missed that one and as much as we miss watching baseball from afar we also miss going to games that communal experience. It's very easy to mock people waxing poetic about the green grass and the crack of the Bat. And yes. Those things are kind of cliches. But they're kind of cliches reason. Those things are pretty cool and you miss them when they're taken away and so. We thought that we would devote this episode to remembering what it's like to go to cames via three books about going to a game so this just seems like the perfect comfort that we can offer right now on a day that the little league world series was cancelled. I mean what's more depressing than that? There's little league. That's the saddest possible headlined but there is a genre of baseball book that is devoted to the idea of going to a single game and writing about that single game in some amount of depth. And it's been done in a few different ways and from a few different perspectives. But the most notable entries in this genre are a day in the bleachers which came out in nineteen fifty five. And that's by Arnold Hainault and then in one thousand nine hundred eighty five and Oakmont published nine innings and in two thousand eighteen rob neier published powerball and in all of these books the author goes to a game writes about going to a game writes about all the players in that game all the experiences in that game and make some broader observations about baseball and life and human nature in why we care about sports and how the game has evolved over time and I have had a chance and reason because of this episode to go back and revisit those books and we've both been reading a day in the bleachers over the past week and it really is nice to at least remember what it was like and sort of bittersweet but it brings you back to that moment and hopefully that moment will be back for us sometime soon but for today we wanted to get all three of those authors together on this call and have them tell us about the experience of writing those books and talk to each other about their experiences and I thought we had a really great conversation that I think we all enjoyed I agree it was lovely so we will get right to it. Let's bring in our guests.

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"three days" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

09:20 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Friends family members in sometimes people who could have easily been enemies as they bridge divides and build connections. Where you'd least expect it episodes? It's are available every Tuesday and we're back and let's move to the hearing from this afternoon. If you both please rise and raise is your right hand. I will begin by scoring you in the former special representative for Ukraine negotiations. Kurt Volker I did this on a part time voluntary basis with no salary paid by the US tax payer simply because I believed it was important to serve our country in this way I believed I could steer US policy. In the right direction and national security adviser on Russia and Europe Tim Morrison Jeff Ranking member Nunez and member of the committee. I appear before you today under subpoena. Answer your questions about my time. Senior Director for European affairs at the White House and the National Security Council and Volker kick things off with something of a surprise when we found out that his testimony had changed from what he delivered in his closed door deposition to what he was now delivering in public in hindsight insight. I now understand that. Others saw the idea of investigating possible corruption involving Ukrainian company Barista as equivalent to investigating former president Vice President Biden. I saw I saw them is very different. The former being appropriate on remarkable the latter being unacceptable. In retrospect I should have seen that connection differently. And had I done so I would raise my my own objections. There were numerous in retrospect in his opening statement. Volker is the latest witness to change his recollection. Since this process began the I was I am Bassett. Gordon Samland the US ambassador to the EU he submitted an addendum to his earlier depositions saying that the testimony of others had refreshed his recollection and Volker had the same experience. He spoke to that July tenth meeting which was very critical because that was the meeting at which Sunland said he already had an agreement for meeting between Zilinskiene can trump from acting White House chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney John Bolton said we need to end this meeting that's not appropriate now. Volcker says he does remember something like that but the way he characterize is it was a little bit different from the other witnesses Mara. What does that mean? What does this mean? I don't know if it means anything except for vocal is trying to make sure that he doesn't get in a situation Jason where he perjured himself but I think he painted himself as being naive. He didn't get it. He didn't get the secret code. burris MMA means Biden because Joe Joe Biden's son hunter sat on the board of Barack Obama. And that is what the president thought and Rudy Giuliani. Thought would be a weapon. They could use against Joe Biden to say that he was involved in some kind of corruption in Ukraine because his son sat on the board of his company and it's something they keep repeating. Yes without evidence but to me what what struck me about. Both Volcker and Morrison is that these were Republican witnesses. They thought that they'd be good for their side and both of them were deeply committed to the official US foreign policy on Ukraine which was to arm Ukraine against Russian aggression Volker worked very hard as he said to solve the problem when the aid was held up. or where the meeting wasn't forthcoming. He really wanted to make it happen. Even even at the expense of getting involved in this shadow diplomacy three amigos kind of off the books effort to get the president of Ukraine to open an investigation into what it turns out to be Joe Biden in one sense. Volker is kind of a victim of the process here. A lot of us now know because the White House released its call record about trump's conversations with the queen cleaning President President Zelinski what they talked about. And what the parameters for that were but what Volker has said is. He didn't get that readout of the call in real time in July after it took place what we we know now. Volker is saying he didn't know then and so he wasn't able to put the pieces together and understand that a lot of this had to do with the Biden's the Ukrainian Union Gas Company Burris. Ma and he understands that because of everything that's taken place since but not in real time as investigators are putting the story together so here are two witnesses that were recalled by Republicans who testified that they didn't know why the funding was being held up and that they thought the funding should be moved along and sent to Ukraine as soon as possible bowl and they also testified that the call was not a perfect call to me. Tim Morrison turned out to be a better witness for the Republicans incurred Volcker because he testified that he didn't hear anything that concerned him on the call. He was disappointed that the president didn't follow the talking points and talk about corruption in Ukraine. But but he didn't hear anything that he thought was inappropriate or illegal. Did anything concern you want to call. That was a long pause America. That was a very long but that is something that Republicans can be happy about. We know they are we know. Oh because the president is the present campaign. Spokesperson tweeted that out as soon as as soon as it was said the big question about this Ukraine story is can he do it. And Morrison's view is yes he can we know from his deposition in his career. Morrison has an expansive view about executive power he said to investigators earlier that. There's no one above the president under article two in terms of setting foreign policy and his perspective was. It's going to be politically problematic for us if this gets out. We want to continue to support Ukraine because he supports that work against it's Russia but he doesn't view trump's actions in Ukraine affairs having been inappropriate or having broken the law. It is notable that he just like Vin men he random lawyers all of these people all of these officials devoted committed to the US foreign policy on Ukraine and the president of the United States. Not Not at all. The president of the United States sees Ukraine as an entity that will help him be reelected and Volcker testified again. Today that ultra cared about was writing some wrong that he thought had been done by the Ukrainians against him they tried to take me down as VOCA described it trump for whatever reason believes this Ukrainian Union storyline. And that's why we are where we are so in terms of what Republicans were trying to get from these witnesses. I mean they got some contradictions. They got Volker saying that Investigating Biden or twenty sixteen was a bunch of conspiracy theories but they also got a number of officials officials on record with differing views of the call and differing views of the president's request. When he says do me a favor I'd like you to look into these things? was that a threat. was that a demand was that just simply a nice ask and Mike Turner from Ohio Republican from Ohio. Hi Al asked Tim Morrison about that. Do you believe 'cause he only was telling us his opinion. Do you believe in your opinion that the president states demanded the presence Alinsky undertake these investigations. Her this is a thread that goes back to the beginning of the trump presidency. FBI Director James Comey goes to see trump trump. Says I hope you can ensue away. Clear to letting this thing go to letting flynn go. What is trump saying is he saying James Comey? I hereby direct. You as your boss to let Flynn go or is he saying saying hey. Wouldn't it be great. This poor guy. He suffered for so long. Different people hear the conversation different ways and the Ukraine affair. Just encapsulates one more time that trump's way of of doing business can be interpreted as many ways as there are people giving opinions about it on these phone calls in executing his policy. What Democrats would say is this is the most powerful awful man on the planet let alone in the United States of America? And you can't say that the president saying do me a favor is just like your friend handed work saying do me favor. Could you hand me the coffee and briefly guys. Even though we're really tired now it turns out we get to get up early tomorrow and do it all over again and the witness. His testifying tomorrow is someone whose name has been uttered countless times over the course of this public testimony. Gordon Sunland Phil who is he. He is the guy at the center of everything he's been described by witnesses as the guy who could talk with President trump personally one witness described calling him from a restaurant on his cellphone Keiv and president trump talking so loudly that everyone at the table could hear what he was saying and also having been given these special assignments for Ukraine over the course of this year Sunland is the key witness. He's amended ended his testimony. At least once as we've talked about and everyone is going to be listening very closely to what he says to impeachment investigators on Wednesday and no one knows if he's going to be a good witness the Republicans a good witness for the Democrats or maybe just all around unreliable there. There was a witness today. Who referred to him as the Gordon problem? We don't know who he is going to be Gordon problem for but tuned into tomorrow's podcast. We will be back at five o'clock tomorrow to breakdown the testimony from the day A and again late tomorrow night with the breakdown of the Democratic debate that is also happening. Tomorrow I'm Keith. I covered the White House. I'm still ewing election security editor. And I'm Mara Liasson National Political correspondent and thank you for listening to the NPR. Politics podcast.

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"three days" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"three days" Discussed on P&L With Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz

"Podcasts as well as at Bloomberg dot dot com we are seeing the repo rate that got a lot of people all bent out of shape a couple days ago come down further as New York fed engages third day of its Repo facility trying to inject com into this basic plumbing of the financial system here joining us. Tom Kennedy Global Head of macro and fixed income. Tom Strategy at J. P. Morgan Private Bank here in our Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios Tom. I'm wondering if we could start talking about the takeaways from his full episode. Does this mean that the Federal Federal Reserve allowed its balance sheet. Just get two small as it allowed to shrink with quantitative tightening. Yes yes all right so why why yeah yeah the amount of liquidity that a a very dynamic economy needs is impossible to know inexact real time you can see it and see indicators years of a certain amount of excess reserves which I'm going to call the quantity for the sake of this discussion that you need for the economy to function the analogy is that I use in my own personal life when I was in college didn't have a job wasn't really spending much. My checking account could have relatively small balance in it. It was very small. Trust DOC fest forward. You have a family you have a job. You have debt you have more liability needs and you need to have more cashing checking checking account same analogy can be applied add to the US economy. This economy has grown remarkably over the last ten years and the REPO market signals. This week are telling us about one point. Three trillion in reserves is just not enough liquidity and I. I'm fully aware of the technical issues of the supply and demand that happened over the last couple of weeks but I think we can for for most people out there smooth through that Adam say. There's just not enough liquidity in the system. Despite the popular belief that liquidity is awash in the system and repo markets this this week have been telling us that the Fed comes out with temporary operations. They're just putting cash and liquidity into the system they. This is a temporary fix for a permanent problem album. They are going to need eventually to have the the balance sheet continue to expand that's not. QE Just to make sure there's enough liquidity in the system shouldn't be inflationary. How do they do it. Give them a good point. They said the mechanics are the same but the objective in the end goal are different in a place where you need to make sure sure there's enough liquidity. You're injecting just enough to make sure markets. Function shouldn't be inflationary because you're just making sure you're checking account for the sake of this example has enough to meet your demands. QE is by even more bonds that are that are necessary for liquidity in any attempt to really pull your lower and stimulate late inflation different objective same mechanical implementation that needs to be done. What if the Fed decides doesn't agree with you and decides this is short term blip. We don't need to do really anything. We don't have to grow this ballet much. Repo rates will continue to remain high and this week overnight repo traded north of nine percent for period of time. I it's quite simple to realize that if you're receiving a yield on an instrument that you own let's just say it's a ten year treasury that holds a coupon of two percent and to finance that security at nine percent. Obviously that's a negative carry position and can't go on for very long so levered players system. If the Fed doesn't address this will not be able to function so the Fed currently has a one point three trillion dollars of non treasury or mortgage backed securities debt is liquidity for this purpose correct the reserves the excess reserves on the liability on the liability side is about one point three zero point three trillion dollars. How much should it be. I don't know I don't think think they know either. I think that all they're realizing is it's not enough right now and this is the this is where the art of central banking meets. What I think is perceived you've science. The economy is so dynamic. They don't know the on this on this day. We need one point four trillion. They don't know so they have to feel it. A little bit and the repo market is is sending them a signal. They don't have enough okay so the consequences are pretty diorite that we could end up with liquidity crunch. Even a downturn or some sort of seizure user levered players could get out of the water. could pull back this private debt private equity. you know all sorts of levered currency funds looking at that that right. I'm wondering on the flip side. The Federal Reserve comes out starts to buy a lot more bonds. We're just trying to manage the situation. How do they distinguish that from. I'm trying to ease financial conditions yeah the communication. There's a communication challenge with this. This hasn't been a part of their toolkit for ten years. They over the next six to eight weeks the head of the October meeting there's going to you're going to hear lots of education from them to distinguish the two and that's going to be vitally important. There is no one in the United States better position to do this than the new fed. They're going to do a great job doing it but there's there needs to be more education on this and I expect them to start that a soon as possible. Did you hear anything from chairman. Paul yesterday on that issue yeah I think he I read him saying we're going to learn a lot over the next six weeks as they tried to feel where the level of excess reserves is required and I also interpreted him as they're going to do a lot of work on how much the balance sheet needs to grow and my expectation out of yesterday's that they're. GonNa come up with announcement in October about how to start expanding the balance cheating in to meet these liquidity needs just not do. QE Just real quick given your experience at the New York Fed. Do you think that they will get it right eventually or do you think that this will remain a real problem album hundred percent confident. They're going to get it right the team there can do it. I think the art of doing this is is what's important here. They had to feel where the stress points were sure. I think it caught them by surprise quite candidly this came a lot sooner than than myself and I thought that I think they thought as well and Powell more or less admitted that yesterday but they're going to fix it and these temporary market operations are vital and they're doing them but again. It's a temporary fix. They need the permanent fix and they'll give it to us. Tom Kennedy thanks so much for joining us. Tom Kennedy's global head of macro and fixing come strategy J. P. Morgan Private Bank educating us and our listeners on the repo market doc clearly a challenge ahead for the Federal Reserve to manage that part of the yield curve.

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"three days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"three days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Wills meeting with the president does lead CJ to her brilliant revelation that she can create a coalition within the United Nations just out of the NATO powers. And it's a significant enough group of countries that she can really craft a statement out of that. Hey, we've gotten NATO behind us. That's what actually the president had called will in for will says he wanted thoughts on NATO's role in peacekeeping. And I liked that he did not continue and say, and that's because my dad used to be right supreme commander allied forces. I guess as he said that a lot as a kid in grade school. So he doesn't need to say. Now, he's a fully-fledged adult as Greg described him. That's right. So he doesn't have to say it anymore. But it's just a nice little nod to those of us who know he's got this long-term connection to NATO. And so, of course, the president would want to have his advice when it comes to what they might do. Absolutely. He's absolutely crucial offscreen. He's supreme commander of offscreen advice giving. And in advertently revelation fuelling also, yes, John Spencer's performance. Again. I thought was fantastic watching Leo just having difficulty swallowing from his throat being so dry after he comes out, I've known surgeries just it's painful to watch. I mean, there's really affecting when the president says I'm gonna need that list of names. And he says only one he he got the crack. Parched. Quality to his voices nicely done nicely done. And then I actually made a sound. I went ball when the president got teary and choked up when he said go spend some time with my outgoing chief of staff. And we got work to do Martin sheen brings tears into his eyes and voice gets a little thicker in those lines. And I thought that was nice work as well. I agree. I was very taken with this hair. In this episode for some reason who's here president Bartlett's Martin's. He's just got a real like presidential wedge on his head. Is that a compliment to call someone's hair a witch? I think wedge salad is just it's just a beautiful thing to behold, it looks like takes a lot of time. No, okay. I don't know. I mean, it only as a compliment, I think you'll find this. As a wedge issue. Perhaps. So I think there's a good tweet something about this whole Romain lettuce recall being a wedge issue. I'm trying it right now here to eat. I think it's not going to be a popular one. I think people are gonna do. Well. Later in the season. There are some questionable hair things happening. Bradley, Whitford hair gets real crazy. The season doesn't. Yep. Oh, looking forward to that. I will have a lot to say. Anything else in this episode of the west wing? I just want to talk about musk melon more. Yeah. Toby mentions to the president that there are two hundred ninety million people who come first before. Leo, the population of the US at the time. Now, there are three hundred twenty five million more. We've got thirty five million more people than Toby described. That's a lot of tax credits. Taxes credit? Yes, you're saying they're all children. Well, I think they all started as yeah. Who can say I can I haven't seen it myself. Wow. You need the actual empirical evidence. All right after all of the back and forth between Josh and Toby in. What seemed to me what I perceived as this kind of power struggle between the two of them. There's this detente. Toby says I wanted to run it off something anything a decision making tree and Josh still bristling still prickly says view at the top, no. With you at the top me Talil gets back trying to tell the president would give you the job turns out, we didn't get there. But that conversation in the corridor of the hospital Toby was hoping to get the president to give the job to Josh. But Leo speaks in has just the one one name. And that's how it goes. I like that that was Toby's approach and makes sense. I think so too. I like the way it sets things up the idea that they both thought Josh would be the person who should fill in. And that both of them are rebuffed. That's it for another episode of the west wing weekly. Thanks for listening. Thanks for listening this whole year. This is our last episode of twenty eighteen. Yeah. Wow. Now that you're on the books. Yeah. We'll be back on January nineth with episodes six..

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"three days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"three days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"The Turkmen people gnaw on bones like dogs to strengthen their teeth. He's nuts. I love about this is that is all true. What that is. All real is a really that's fantastic. The things made me laugh. It didn't occur to me even to Google and see I thought it was again, some sort of maybe casual racism, I don't name check him in the episode, but Turkmenistan's first ever president was a guy named supper Mora Niyajov. And here are some of the things that he brought about one he banned the use of lip synching at public concerts in two thousand five because of the negative effect on the development of musical arts. Where does he stand on tick tock? Yeah. That would probably be. Yeah. It would be blocked. The here a couple of dog related things that I really like one he banished dogs from the capital because of their unappealing odor. But the thing that Josh says about the people gnawing on bones like dogs to strengthen their teeth. That's true. Is that I watched young dogs when I was young they were given bones to gnaw on to strengthen their teeth. Those of you whose teeth of fallen out did not chew on bones. Wow. So that was his advice was that the Turkmen people should choose on bones to strengthen their teeth. I cannot believe this all real. It's all real. I mean, it just it's really a thrill to read about the stuff. He outlawed opera and ballet and circuses for being unturned like in two thousand four he said that mentioned no longer have long hair or beards. And then just some of my favorite ones. He abolished the Turkmen word for bread and replaced it with Gurbansoltan his mother's name. Hats off to this guy. Because if you can't have fun with being a monarch or ruler. I mean, then it's wasted on you. These are the kind these are the kind of things I would do I think that's awesome. He renamed the month of April after his mom. His mom whose name was April. Call me over the I call that country Turk people's NAN. Yeah. He liked to be known as Turkmenbashi father of the Turkmen. Yeah. That's kinda sweet hats off to you, by the way, free. Looking this stuff up? I had I think there's a nanosecond where he thought is any of this even be remotely accurate, and then I'm not gonna waste a Google search on that. It's real. I mean, the thing about the holiday for the melon is real melon day. Melody melody. Yeah, we missed it this year. We should celebrate. Next year. August eleventh two thousand nineteen is melody it's the festival devoted to the musk melon. I smell a t shirt. Might the our final piece of merge. Melon day. Also, it is the musk melon. So if you are smelling the t shirt, it might be I must Mel addresses smelling. Well, now, I want to create a sitcom set in Turkmenistan under this guy's rule. Yeah. Just hats off to ally for this tidbit. It's fantastic. I love it. I mean, if you would ignore the sort of repressive dictatorial rule part of Turkmenbashi. Yeah. And you should yes. Let me laugh if you're going to have any fun. Sure, what's say, we take a quick break and come back later..

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"three days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"three days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"We don't see any of it. But I'm just thrilled to have been mentioned to have been important senior. Yeah. But it could have been interesting if that was sort of feeling about whether will might have been the right person for the job would have been interesting to see that conversation. And maybe for us to surmise. Why? Oh, he's not the great pick. And maybe, you know, could have happened with other people as well would have been interesting to see the process and Bartlett's thought process, and why Leo's lobbying for CJ, and I would have liked to see that. Yeah. Missed opportunity. I think. Yeah. Greg Brock the reporter. He knows that. There's something interesting about that conversation. I'm hearing. We'll Bailey then you should have your hearing checked at a one on one with the president yesterday. First time all year knows the military which Josh and Toby donors. It's Leo's second. Josh. And Toby know every inch of the government military industrial animal men are lots of folks can manage down wheels. Proven he can manage up a fully-fledged adult. Thanks, greg. Let's break down some of the mishaps between Toby? And Josh because there are a lot of them in this episode in round one of sort of this cringing cycle. Toby says look we're in the middle of an intersection without a traffic cop. If we want we can run things through me. And Josh immediately thinks it's about ego talking about a process, and if we want to sacrifice, livestock and your name the great line. But it feels like it sets things off that there's going to be a little bit of a power showdown between Josh and Toby and CJ tries to clear the air. She says how about UB the communications director UB the deputy chief of staff. It's great. But again, it's one of many occasions where CJ has the level headed decision, and that's fine. But it's just like so many points for CJ so many points against Josh all within one episode. It feels like it's just cramming to try and prove that it should be her instead of Josh, right? Oh, yeah. And of course, reverse engineering from the. End that is what they're doing. Yeah. It just a little blatant got round two of this. I think is right after they meet CJ says in her duties as press secretary, plus without Leo there. She's like, okay. We really we have to get statements endorsing the peace plan from every member of the UN Security Council. I thought this was a clever thing, you know, the reason why CJ would be talking to the UN is because they're actually talking about getting statements. You know that there's there's public message part of it. The are aspect. Yeah. She's dealing with these UN Member States, and she has the idea and then Toby comes in and has the same idea you might wanna start gathering statements from Security Council members build momentum toward that resolution. We can tell the president was your idea. Thanks. Hey, why don't you work with state bundled together? Any public statements for members of the Security Council? I gotta get back on us. And she doesn't bother to correct them say, yeah, I got it guys. I already know this rises. Sure Caroline CJ exchange that look like these men being one step. Hind and then wanting to take credit for right being one step ahead. Yeah. And then round three is is this child tax credit issue. Capping the number of children for the three hundred dollar tax cut. Josh and Toby are out there making opposite deals without communicating with each other. And I think this is what you're talking about like come on. Would you really be having these conversations and not have any kind of plan here? This is the first couple of weeks in the administration kind of mistake to be making. Hey, let's sit down for five minutes. Yes. Talk about where we are. Hey, there's any development text me off like, let's stay this really stay together on this..

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"three days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"three days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"An interim chief of staff for the next couple of days while they wait to see how Lee is health crisis pans out. And then he goes from just a whispered word from his chief of staff, Leo to just choosing CJ. Yeah quickly. Yep. Pete rouse was interim chief of staff to President Obama. He served for three months after Rahm Emanuel laughed and before William Daley took over, and, you know, an interim chief of staff makes sense one thing that I do like about the idea of Leo. He is the chief of staff. Right. And so one of his responsibilities is to kind of recognize talent and see what people are capable of and put them in the right room with the at the right time. And I like the idea that he has seen in CJ over the past six years that she actually has the stuff to be chief of staff, even though she doesn't have maybe the most obvious resume for that job. He has some Leo vision. That's allowed him to say it's got to be her. I agree with you. And I think there's a little something missing. Then instead of this whole thing occurring sort of tacitly without our hearing anything of substance or even the suggestion that there is a greater conversation between Leone president Bartlett would have been interesting to hear I feel like if somebody who is as an expert as I am finds that is not credible for the press secretary v come chief of staff would have been worth a seen a moment to speech to hear a little bit of the substance of why Leo's just got the one name. I would like to heard how he would articulate it. And I wouldn't have minded an acknowledgement that this is, you know, this may not be what you're expecting this might be an audience and this has never happened before. But here's why. No, I think you're right. I mean, I think about the way that that'd be fitter was chosen for her job. And we got a really great dramatization of why she was the right person. Despite all these surface attributes that made it seem like she would be a terrible choice coming into the White House. Hi. Hi. And how zany she was with their poker in APAC, affirming and stuff. But in the end, we got to see evidence of why she would be the right replacement for such a huge role. And that was MRs Landingham here. We're talking about Leo. That's a very very good point. And I think you could have built probably a great entire episode where that was the plot this decision rather than it's sort of simmering in the background of the rest of this episode, and then occurring sort of offscreen. Yes, there were any, you know, real conversations about him. Maybe that's the foundational criticism that I have is that I am four C J being the chief of staff, I think is an interesting decision. But I feel like it was done hastily here. Yeah. It could have had one more episode to stretch out that replacement where we did get to have those things expanded upon could have been great and could have been interesting. I chuckled to myself as I watched this episode. I thought oh finally will get a great scene in the Oval Office head to head with president Bartlett..

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"three days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

03:14 min | 2 years ago

"three days" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Talking about episode three from season six it's called third day story. It was written by our dear dear friend, Eli. It was directed by our dear one dear because he hasn't been on his often friend Christopher messiah. No. And it first aired on November third two thousand four in this episode. The White House is in chaos without Leo who suffered a heart attack at Camp, David. But before signing the Middle East peace accord, the president wants the staff to get the support of congress and the United Nations, Josh and Toby or pulling in opposite directions without a chief of staff to direct them CJ. Does the best she can to maintain some order and Donna returns to work, but she's in wheelchair and Charlie reveals that he could graduate from Georgetown. But he's putting it off because he's afraid of swimming. There is no swim test for Georgetown's graduation, by the way, there is a swim test for Cornell. Really? Yes. But my parents attended and they're fine. Fine swimmers as a result there, some notable things about this episode that I thought we could mentioned off the top one. This is the first time that Melissa FitzGerald is given a guest starring credit. That's funny. I did notice it. Yeah. I was wondering if I just hadn't noticed it before. But she's got that. Nice upfront credit. Yeah. But ago fits Armin Mueller Stahl is also given an upfront credit. But then I didn't see him in the episode and I had to go back. And he's on TV. We don't see him in person. So to speak in episode screened in screen interesting. Yeah, he got a special guest star credit for that is a Hollywood heavyweight. Another thing about this episode that is different from others is we get the title across the picture of the White House as we're entering. We don't get our trademark black screen between the previously on and the start of the episode. We get the title third day story in the bottom as opposed to. Centered over black. I don't know why that that is nor do I maybe it's just them trying out new stylistic moves, maybe they misplaced that black card. I don't know. How it all works, technically? Yeah. Somebody left in the art department closet. I just throw it over the White House. What would you think of this episode? Love it. It was fun to watch has some great. I think ally dialogue, and there's some funny stuff and lighter, and it's sort of a little bit of a respite from some of the more dramatic were even soap operatic elements of the preceding two episodes, although there's still darkness here. But I don't aspects of it struck me as silly not always in a good way. What struck you silly the CJ Josh eating contest? I think is silly like although kind of funny, and I like when she walks by the Roosevelt room, then has a second thought and comes in. And then she after taking his brownie way, she comes back again takes all the brownies. It's funny that made me laugh, but an all seems to the Genesis of it seems to be our friend is fighting for his life and here eating a Donut. I just didn't really get the. That's it. I'm challenging you to week of not eating isn't that? I don't know. It seemed maybe it's a quibble to refer to a minor comic subplot as inorganic. But it's not like, I'm not aware of CJ being a health food nut and Josh's being a chronic -ly bad eater. It just kind of came..

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"three days" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"three days" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Younger women hungry for political office on the left but yeah i mean i think that that's that's certainly the case and i'll or a you know one of the things that's definitely true is if you look at the data among you know using trump's approval rating is perhaps a proxy for this particular thing what you saw within the data was that overwhelmingly the people who hated trump the most were eighteen or twenty nine year old women overwhelmingly his approval rating they're in any particular month pretty much never got above 25 percent maybe a few months it was twenty six or twenty seven but dipped as low as twenty one percent and that's far different than it is among the sixty five and older crowd where even at a low point which was the end of the year was still 40 percent among sixty five and older women so you know i think that the concentration where the energy is within the parties right now it's really among younger people that really really don't like trump and younger women in particular and that's probably going to drive what goes on and you continue to see a demographic problem for republicans right way if you're not acting people the certain gender of a certain age group then longterm you're gonna you're going to see ito people who might have been leftleaning republicans decided to be centrist leaning democrats whatever it is you know like there's a certain hurdle that i think is faced with when republicans sort of missed this kind of wave army mobile certainly point out that trump's approval rating if you go by age group is and you control for parties worst among the youngest republican than his among the oldest obviously there's timed to repair that over the long term you know politics as never stationary things tend to move but at least in the short term yeah let's start drove up your was of may be any final thoughts on the women's march in particular whether flip thought like sustained bigger smaller different from the one that happened a year ago and whether says anything about the sort of wave that we've been discussing here but perry in dc uh you know in the three days of the shutdown talking to lawmakers like where does.

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"three days" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"three days" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"That's true and women are humans and human beings can do bad things particularly politics an arena that sets people up often for moral degradation and that's all after that i would argue obviously it's the culture that sets up the fertile ground for someone to be able to run for office and if there's no fertile ground underneath and you can't possibly run but i caught calming nutter butter but i i truly do belief that politicians can shape the types of campaigns in the types of lyric that are deemed to be acceptable and if there are more women or taking it to another issue north they're more minorities or if there's more you know whatever group it helps to change perhaps the tone of the debate there obviously the attack ads will still exist of course of course of course perry one jump in our news coming quote the ninety democratic women in the house and senate and about plumbing below thirty republican women in the house and senate hobart though reading an article about how there are more women who are running robert but the parties are really much different here and my prediction we'd be one many more of these democratic women than republic allman will win the primary so that's one thing and they'll go on to win the election and more case to be more democratic women are doing better in the electoral process and republican women we can talk about why and the second part i would argue based on blessing last year is democratic of women within the party are listen to more the republican women are mahamane example being tell franken is that a senator and i think that was driven by democratic women in the senate versus susan collins in and lisa mcaliskey could i get on the committee on the couldn't get because we're not include including this whole group on the healthcare bill the and they therefore avoid the voting against it but they're not really listened to in any sort of while wearing their alsalka there are also those two women are also ideologically the last israeli that the content of right well that's is that's a jumps i mean.

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"three days" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"three days" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"I looked at uri two is that um generally the polling up to now has shown that the on the idea of women more you know we have more women in office if a partisan divide meeting democrats male and female davis should be more women republicans male and female generally don't care that much about that issue or that are ten the not too and with this get with this showing is at this point your showing is a republican men slightly more saying more that this year you're saying that more by republican women this huge jump 2016 twenty he reports republican senate republican women say we need more women in politics versus 2017 fifty nine percent of women republican so big so majority a pretty clear majority growth of 31 percent um also the big number was a a nineteen percent increase from sixty to eighty seven among democratic men saying we need more women in politics so i think those are two uh big shifts and i think that does go to the i think it goes to again hillary's off the ballots i think that you she with less about hillary now the question is how they hillary question one but i do think there's something about you know me to discussions were having in the country that i think are raising the issue that women see issues differently particularly the focus on in this sort of how both parties i think didn't do much about sexual assault on capitol hill and you can see women are leading to that issue uh going forward so i do think there is a gap and there is a recognition um throughout politics they see more women involved i think particularly republican women had this big growth and i think you'll end up seeing more republican women run for office which i think you're seeing already and i think in the next democratic primary base in the numbers of seeing i think there'll be a girl by the democratic men we'll be more sensitive to the fact that maybe they didn't like hillary for reasons there were somewhat gender aligned in will then review kamala harris gillaibrand accelerate differently than they viewed hillary clinton won note on the republican women and then.

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"three days" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"three days" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"Between hillary clinton and donald trump and that is something that has continued on this is far larger than the gender gap that we saw for barack obama soda put it this way right now we have a fifteen percentage point difference in approval between trump among men and women for comparison the difference by gender imp former president obama's approval rating gallup's weekly surveys in december nine two december two thousand nine was never greater than six percentage points so this is more than two times that gender gap that we were seeing this is a huge huge split among men and women and it's sometimes shows itself you know in the generic congressional ballot as well uh so i wouldn't be surprised if we get a large gender gap going into this year's midterm elections and the gender gap has the gap i know that his approval has maybe tick damp has the gap stayed the same or as the gender gap widening are that the gap itself among the general population does seem to be staying stable however we do see perhaps some patterns among different groups one that stuck out to me that i think was the typically signify gant was among republican women verses republican man so then the first month what we saw was about three point gender gap and in the last month of two thousand seventeen we saw a seven point gender gap between republican men and women and that in itself is a very very large gap within party you know if you go back to barack obama in two thousand sixteen the cooperative congressional election survey we saw that you know within party the gap was never more than two percentage points you go back for george w bush back in two thousand eight the american national election survey was never a was pretty much a one percentage point or less if you look at between republican men republican women and democratic men in democratic woman so you get a very very large gender gap even within party at the scene clear any reaction that republican women in particular movement they're mansell feel like it's a group we just keep mentioning over and over on this fact the numbers tennis you fritz van on that point this shouldn't be to me that surprising right in so far.

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"three days" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

FiveThirtyEight Politics

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"three days" Discussed on FiveThirtyEight Politics

"A lot of the people in the legislative branch maybe prefer not having trump mucking up at negotiations look you can have a conversation in a room without the trump sort of bomb throwing a elements of surprise and say okay we'd rather we'd rather just do this ourselves and kind of have him do sort of anodyne you know tweets on the side but but sort of leave him out of the process if he's going to be too much of an element of surprise there are many of his what he has to contribute is basically tweet saying that we should and the filibuster in the united states senate which just will not happen at least according everything that i understand about the senate body and how it feels about that particular issue with this time the may it is best that he kinds of cepa side i'll let me just talk about the perry point for a second which was the idea being you know trump and immigration we've spoken about this about nine trillion times on this podcast now if there was one issue that help trump when the republican primary wise immigration it was very very important to his voters and it is also an issue perhaps that the signalling issue we don't know if it's because of immigration versus wet it's merely signalling but that politicians views republican politicians views on immigration has correlated fairly highly with how they perform in primaries the more hawkish you are an immigration the better you do so this is a tough issue for republicans so i completely understand from an electoral standpoint why they're so hesitant to compromise and especially the president who's made such a big deal out of it let's let's circle back to democrats in the ninth inning so to wrap on on this but parried you feel like because i know we were sort of discussing this before the end of the shutdown earlier today that felt like democrats were drawing taking a hard stance here they were you know holding out for this shut down that may be this more strident side of the democratic party had sort of pushed democrats a a large to sort of like play raw power paul.

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