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All the new shows you can watch on Disney Plus — from 'The Mandalorian' to 'The Right Stuff'

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Disney+/Business Insider Disney Plus has a ton of new shows based on big franchises, like Star Wars, Marvel, and High School Musical. The service also offers a lot of non-fiction shows and documentaries, including "The World According to Jeff Goldblum," "Encore!" with Kristen Bell, and a program all about Disney Imagineering.Disney Plus costs $69.99 a year for an annual subscription or $6.99 a mont...
Tags: Reviews, Minnesota, Entertainment, Office, New York City, Disney, US, Trends, Tech, Earth, Features, Netflix, New Jersey, John Goodman, Streaming, Ms Marvel


Enforcers Count on Provoking Low-Hanging Fruit to Advance a Discrediting Narrative

With all this talk about lockstep and leverage and force multipliers, it'll be interesting to find out how much of the chatter was internet tiger talk before the feds got involved and started offering “suggestions.” (FBI/Facebook) U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- “FBI: Militia group planned to kidnap Gov. Whitmer & overthrow government,” an Oct. 8 NBC 25 News report headlined. “According to court documents, the alleged plot involved reaching out to members of a Michigan militia.” More “rightwing ext...
Tags: Facebook, Nbc, Guns, Dhs, Fbi, Militia, Michigan, Republican Party, Resistance, Donald Trump, BLM, Trump, Malheur, Richard Blumenthal, Mike, Boston University


DolphinsTalk Breaking News Audio: Tua Tagovailoa Named Dolphins Starting Quarterback

In this DolphinsTalk.com BREAKING NEWS AUDIO Mike and Josh break down and talk about the big news from Tuesday afternoon that Tua Tagovailoa will be the starting quarterback for the Miami Dolphins when they play the LA Rams. Why was thsi mo
Tags: News, Miami Dolphins, Josh, Mike, Tua Tagovailoa, Tua Tagovailoa Named Dolphins


Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick, Sports Emmy-Winning NHL Broadcaster, Retires After 47 Years

Mike “Doc” Emrick, a veteran broadcaster for the National Hockey League and eight-time Sports Emmy award winner, has announced his retirement after 47 years. NBC Sports made the announcement on Monday morning, with Emrick reminiscing on the early days of his career. “It was 50 years ago this fall, with pen and pad in hand […]
Tags: News, NHL, National Hockey League, Nbc Sports, Mike, Mike Doc Emrick, Emrick, Mike Emrick


Asking the Wrong Question in the ACA Case

Jason's post this morning is entitled "Is the Individual Mandate Without Tax Consequences Unconstitutional?"The answer to that question is:  Yes.  If one treated Chief Justice Roberts' opinion in NFIB v. Sebelius as controlling precedent--as a majority of the Court would do, even if technically it was dicta--then of course an "individual mandate" to maintain Obamacare-compliant health insurance would be unconstitutional.  But that's not the question raised in California v. Texas.  The determinat...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Obamacare, Congress, California, Court, United States, Mitch McConnell, Lincoln, Donald Trump, Jason, Branding, Trump, Mike, Scott, Roberts


Magnolia Swoops for North American Rights to Danish Thriller ‘Shorta’ (EXCLUSIVE)

Magnolia has acquired North American rights to “Shorta,” Anders Ølhom and Frederik Louis Hviid’s Danish action thriller, which world premiered during Critics’ Week at the Venice Film Festival to warm reviews. The movie went on to play at Toronto. The action-packed film follows Jens and Mike, two police officers who are on a routine patrol […]
Tags: News, Global, Toronto, Magnolia, Mike, Jens, Charades, Frederik Louis Hviid, Shorta Anders Ølhom


Mike “Doc” Emrick Is Retiring

from Phil Mushnick of the New York Post, Mike “Doc” Emrick, the incomparable Voice of the NHL, Monday morning will retire, as per a shared announcement with NBC Sports. Emrick, 74, rose from calling college and minor league hockey radio broadcasts to develop an enthralling style that emphasized superior, often mesmerizing play-by-play: Original on-the-fly, bull’s-eye descriptions; a great knowledge of the game; current and past anecdotal info, timed to perfection; strong, warm relatio...
Tags: New York Post, Nbc, Sport, Michigan, NHL, Mike, Mike Doc Emrick, Phil Mushnick, NBC Sports Emrick


DolphinsTalk Post Game Wrap Up Show: Dolphins Shut Out the Jets 24-0

The Dolphins moved to .500 with a shutout victory against the lowly NY Jets on Sunday and Tom and Mike are here on tonight's DolphinsTalk.com Post Game Wrap Up Show to break it all down. While it wasn't a picture-perfect victory by any mean
Tags: News, Dolphins, Jets, Tom, Mike, NY Jets


Asking the Wrong Question in the ACA case

Jason's post this morning is entitled "Is the Individual Mandate Without Tax Consequences Unconstitutional?"The answer to that question is:  Yes.  If one treated Chief Justice Roberts' opinion in NFIB v. Sebelius as controlling precedent--as a majority of the Court would do, even if technically it was dicta--then of course an "individual mandate" to maintain Obamacare-compliant health insurance would be unconstitutional.  But that's not the question raised in California v. Texas.  The determinat...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Obamacare, Congress, California, Court, United States, Mitch McConnell, Lincoln, Donald Trump, Jason, Branding, Trump, Mike, Scott, Roberts


45 Colt vs 45 Long Colt – a 45 Caliber Debate Over Nothing

Let's set the record straight once and for all, the 45 Colt & 45 Long Colt are the same exact round of ammunition. 1st published Sep 30, 2016 . 45 Colt vs 45 Long Colt – a 45 Caliber Debate Over Nothing, iStock tamjkelly 511743062 United States -(AmmoLand.com)- At 143 years old, a certain US-made .45 caliber cartridge still shows no sign of going away. The question often becomes, “What do we call it?” Is it 45 Colt or 45 Long Colt? 45 Colt vs 45 Long Colt History The year was 1873 and Col...
Tags: Guns, US, Product Reviews, United States, Army, US Army, Thompson, Smith Wesson, Mike, Ruger, ACP, Schofield, SAA, Vaquero, Featured Articles, Gun Gear


DolphinsTalk Staff Picks — Week 6

UPDATED STANDINGS THROUGH FIVE WEEKS: ***** Josh: 23-15-1 Aaron: 23-15-1 Tom: 20-18-1 Mike: 20-18-1 Big E: 17-21-1 ***** Big moves in the standings after Week 5! Aaron the Brain moved up into a tie with Josh at the top of the standings and
Tags: News, Josh, Tom, Mike


Solve the ‘dead equity’ problem with a longer founder vesting schedule

Editor’s note: Get this free weekly recap of TechCrunch news that any startup can use by email every Saturday morning (7 a.m. PT). Subscribe here. The four-year vesting schedule that the typical startup uses today is a problem waiting to happen. If one founder ends up quitting a year or two before the last cliff, they still own a large share of the cap table through many rounds to come. The departing founder might consider that fair, but the remaining founder(s) are the ones adding on the additi...
Tags: Apple, Google, Startups, TC, Youtube, Nigeria, Tech, Portugal, Brazil, Silicon Valley, Airbnb, EC, FirstMark Capital, Alex, Firstmark, Khosla


Federal x trashhand: Chicago’s finest bond over a BMW

Sometimes, a strange sequence of events sparks a lasting friendship. In this story, a sketchy eBay purchase and a work commission led the talented Chicago photographer trashhand to a local custom motorcycle workshop, Federal Moto. That connection led to a rock-solid relationship, built on mutual respect and trust—and this custom BMW motorcycle. It all started when trashhand bought a 1979 BMW R100/7 from an eBay seller in California. “The bike had some work done, so it was about half way t...
Tags: Facebook, California, Ebay, Chicago, Motorcycles, Bmw, Avon, Mike, Buchanan, CNC, PIAA, Custom Motorcycles, BMW motorcycles, Federal Moto, Motogadget, Suzuki GSX R


How I’d study machine learning — if I’d be starting out today

I’m underground, back where it all started. Sitting at the hidden cafe where I first met Mike. I’d been studying in my bedroom for the past 9-months and decided to step out of the cave. Half of me was concerned about having to pay $19 for breakfast (unless it’s Christmas, driving Uber on the weekends isn’t very lucrative), the other half about whether any of this study I’d been doing online meant anything. In 2017, I left Apple, tried to build a web startup, failed, discovered machine learning, ...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Mike, Syndication, Neural


Coronavirus Update 10-16-2020: The benefit of being prepared

When you get the call, you better be prepared. This maxim holds true in business, in the law, and in life in general.Our favorite local wine bar has been hosting outdoor, socially distant concerts since shortly after the State of Ohio allowed it to reopen. Last Friday, their booked artist canceled last minute, which led to a 4:00 pm phone call for Norah to fill in. I had to quickly work through the stress of a 14-year-old who did not know if she could pull off a three-hour solo gig on 90 minutes...
Tags: Law, Ohio, Mike, Kari, Jolene, Jon Hyman, Norah


Comment on chocolate olive oil cake by Mike

I am regular reader of your posts. Keep doing great work so we will get an opportunity to read such a unique content on different types of recipes.
Tags: Food, Mike


Memorial: A24 Acquires Bryan Washington Novel for Its TV Division

Memorial: A24 Acquires Bryan Washington Novel for Its TV Division A24 has won Bryan Washington’s upcoming novel Memorial for its TV division, according to Deadline. The book, which you can pre-order here, is scheduled to be published by Riverhead Press (an imprint of Penguin Random House) on October 27 and Washington will reportedly adapt his work for A24. PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh ||...
Tags: TV, Texas, Movies, Washington, TV News, Memorial, A24, Penguin Random House, Scott Rudin, Osaka, Benson, Mike, Ronnie Spector, ComingSoon, Eli Bush, NBCC


UCLA’s offensive line is inexperienced with a sense of optimism

The growth and maturity of UCLA’s offensive line will go in long way in determing what quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson can do along with the Bruins’ stable of backs, and the return of sophomore guard Sean Rhyan is a big factor. Rhyan, 6-foot-5 and 330 pounds by his own admission, was the Orange County Register’s Male Athlete of the Year when he graduated in 2018 from San Juan Hills High. He started all 12 games at left tackle for UCLA last year, becoming the first true freshman to start a s...
Tags: California, Sports, Sport, Soccer, Miami, College sports, Ncaa, Philadelphia, West Coast, Baylor, Ucla, Pittsburgh, Chip Kelly, Burton, Mike, Kelly


Firearms Training on Your Schedule

Owasso, Okla. (Ammoland.com) – Mike Seeklander, CEO and founder of Shooting-Performance, a full-service training company, co-founded the American Warrior Society, a unique online membership training platform offering extensive learning modules, articles, forums, and feeds for gun owners serious about defensive firearms training. The American Warrior Society’s membership allows students to train based on their skill level and grow at their own speed. This go-to defensive shooting training reso...
Tags: Facebook, Guns, Mike, Warrior Society, Shooting Industry News, Firearms Training, Mike Seeklander, American Warrior Society, Owasso Okla Ammoland, Combatives Medical


Amy Coney Barrett's opening statement to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

From the transcript (the first line in boldface is the key line, the most predictable and indispensable line but I've also boldfaced something else that I think is distinctive and important):  Ranking Member Feinstein and members of the committee, I’m honored and humbled to appear before you today.... As I said, when I was nominated to serve as a justice, I’m used to being in a group of nine, my family, nothing is more important to me and I am very proud to have them behind me. My husband, Jesse...
Tags: Justice, Supreme Court, Law, Senate, America, Empathy, New Orleans, Dc, Motherhood, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Truman Capote, Haiti, Prayer, Michael, Antonin Scalia, Senate Judiciary Committee


UCLA football coach Chip Kelly talks about the Bruins’ 4-2-5 defense

Through the first few days of UCLA football’s training camp in preparation for its season opener at Colorado on Nov. 7, much of the talk has centered around the Bruins’ 4-2-5 defense that new defensive backs coach Brian Norwood is helping employ after the Bruins’ defense had bottomed out, not even ranking in the top 100 the past two seasons. Norwood was brought over from Navy, and the Bruins also added defensive line coach Johnny Nansen (from USC) to join defensive coordinator Jerry Azzinaro. On...
Tags: Colorado, Navy, Sports, NFL, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, College sports, Brian, Norwood, Duke, Usc, Brittain, Ucla, Chip Kelly, Mike


Home office demand takes off as pandemic drags on

After seven months of working out of a makeshift workspace in the loft of her two-story home, Rachel Quigley is ditching her plain, wooden desk for a permanent home office with all the trimmings. It will have a 7 1/2-foot-long built-in desk with room for computers and a printer, drawers and cabinets as well as a spare workstation for her trainees. “We wanted to make it more of an office space and less of a loft,” said Quigley, 31, of San Juan Capistrano, a real estate transaction coordinator who...
Tags: Business, Real Estate, News, Colorado, California, Housing, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Arizona, Long Beach, Ventura County, Usc, Ucla, Commercial Real Estate, Southern California


The Chaos of Zoom Chats.

Oliver Morgan writes at OUPblog about an interesting problem of covid-era communication, when “more than three people try to chat informally via Zoom”: The kind of interaction that would be relatively straightforward in person becomes torturously difficult. Everything takes longer. Everything requires more effort. Without careful attention to what linguists call “turn-taking,” things quickly descend into chaos. Why this should be the case is not immediately obvious. If we can hear and see our in...
Tags: Uncategorized, Linguistics, Mike, Oliver Morgan


Speed Read: 11 October, 2020

In this week’s Speed Read, we’re looking at a Ducati 749 from Romania, a two-stroke KTM flat tracker from the UK, and a Husqvarna 400 Cross that’s just been put back into action. Plus one of our all-time favorite Ducati cafe racers is up for sale, and we close off with a moto and surf film from New Zealand. Buckle up! Ducati 749 by Dan Iluta Based in Transylvania, Romania, Dan Iluta’s an economist who also happens to be a big MotoGP fan. And, by extension, a Ducati fan too. Since there’s n...
Tags: UK, US, Motorcycles, Ducati, Netherlands, New Zealand, Romania, Steve McQueen, Honda, Lincolnshire, Husky, Bsa, Husqvarna, George, Mike, Jo


And thus Zoom turns us all to fools and madmen

In 3.6 of King Lear, four characters take shelter in a hovel: one is mad, one is pretending to be mad, one is pretending to be someone else, and the other is a professional fool. The result is somewhat chaotic:EDGAR Frateretto calls me, and tells me Nero is an angler in the lake of darkness. Pray, innocent, and beware the foul fiend.FOOL Prithee, nuncle, tell me whether a madman be a gentleman or a yeoman.LEAR A king, a king!FOOL No, he’s a yeoman that has a gentleman to his son; for he’s a mad ...
Tags: Books, Featured, Language, Linguistics, Literature, Kent, Shakespeare, Tom, Mike, Edgar, Lear, Nero, King Lear, Arts & Humanities, Zoom Conference, EDGAR Frateretto


DolphinsTalk Staff Picks — Week 5

UPDATED STANDINGS THROUGH FOUR WEEKS: ***** Josh 20-11-1 Tom 17-14-1 Aaron 18-13-1 Big E 15-16-1 Mike 15-16-1 ***** Things are still pretty tight, but everyone made up a little bit of ground on Josh, despite everyone failing to predict a Ci
Tags: News, Josh, Mike


Bauer stations to air new Scottish sports show

A new sports show – The Big Saturday Football Show – is being launched across five Bauer stations in Scotland from next Saturday. Presented by Steven Mill and Ewen Cameron, the 2-6pm programme will broadcast on Forth 1, MFR, Tay FM, West FM and Radio Borders. Superscoreboard will continue on Clyde 1, while Northsound 1 in Aberdeen is launching a new show called ‘Red Saturday’ hosted by Mike MacDermid and Cheryl Buchan. Some stations from the Hits Radio Network in Scotland are also going to ge...
Tags: Top, Scotland, Aberdeen, Radio, Steven, Cheryl, Clyde, Mike, Bauer, Mfr, Ewen, Station News, Northsound, Grant Thomson, Ewen Cameron, Hits Radio Network


Think twice before writing 'thank you' at the end of business emails — you'll get a better response if you're more specific

A simple "thank you" can seem disingenuous over email. pangcom/Shutterstock.com Thanking people and showing gratitude is important — and can help you become happier. But when you're writing a business email, try and stay away from platitudes. Don't use a simple "thank you" to wrap up your email, it's boring and can come across as disingenuous. Instead, express gratitude for something specific or add a qualifier that they'll remember you by, such as a detail about a previous interaction.  V...
Tags: Trends, Don, Mike, ABC Co, Ken Sterling


Mike and Zara Tindall's £1.69million first marital home unveiled

Mike Tindall and Zara Phillips first lived in Cheltenham before they moved into Princess...
Tags: Cheltenham, Mike, Mike Tindall, Zara Tindall, Zara Phillips


Mike Jenkins has outdone himself - this year's Trump pumpkin caricature

by Mike Rhode In 2015, Arlington cartoonist Mike Jenkins carved a pumpkin into Donald Trump's likeness; it went viral. This year, Mike has returned to the same theme. But bigger. And badder. Look at those little orange hands!     Mike's available to caricature anyone you choose, too. In fact, I've asked him to draw me this Trump caricature in ink when he has time. Here's our coronavirus interview with him.   Just to be clear, Mike's on the right (but really to the left) L...
Tags: Halloween, Comics, Caricature, Donald Trump, Pumpkin, Trump, Mike, Arlington, Mike Rhode, Mike Jenkins, Capital Artworks