Tony Bosch, Billy Corbin, Tony Bosh discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

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Not the least of which is is that Tony Bosch ultimately. And rightfully so went to federal prison for not only treating professional athletes, but high school kids as well, whose parents and coaches brought them to Tony Bosch to try to get advantage in the in the draft. And so that combined with the fact that like I said in the end we deal with this a little bit. The these athletes are heroes and role models to young children, and they're sending a message loud and clear and the kids are getting it because I do QNA's with some of the actors the young actors from the movie who answer the question of the audience when they say, what is the moral of the story. What did you learn? What are we supposed to glean from all this and Brian Blanco the young kid who plays? Tony Bosch in the lab coat and every. He says, oh, I know. I know you don't have to raise your hand. It's a Q and A. It's all yours. Do the floor is yours. He's ted. What are you going to do? He said lie cheat and steal. And that's how you win on. No. And I'm like, and when it comes from him, it's a little more depressing than when I say it, but the truth matters. This is these are the lessons that were teaching our children. Now, I mean who wanted this? I know obviously, Alex is a totally new life in a new reputation and he's living at and he's living at well. But Tony Bosch is a convicted felon. I didn't see I didn't look at anybody in this movie and say these people have one, you know, I mean, and and I honestly not not a single person comes off like. Anything positive in a way in this whole situation. Although again, I don't blame baseball for doing whatever the heck it needed to do this thing out. That's that's my belief. But just seen at the end of this thing Pedro Gomez came off. I guess I guess. I guess he's the only one the child who plays him. Well, so look Billy, this is this is just this is truly something else, man. But last one for you here, did did you believe Tony Bosh mean because guys using still referring people he was treating his patients. I mean, come on. Now, the did you did goes to jail, obviously, he's got a story to tell. But he also has I'll tell you one person who believes in Tony Bosch is Tony Bosch that man has a lot of self confidence. And despite the fact that he went to medical school in Belize, what one of our interview subjects refers to as the belief school of the medical and performing arts. He very much is true believer in his own ability. I will tell you this guy didn't do at traditional advertising because this was very much gray market business at best. He he's thrived on word of mouth, and he got that word of mouth because he got results for his clients. So he was doing something right now. Tell you one of the logs we didn't get to do in the in the movies ran at a time and money, but Tony winds up in minimum security federal prison camp in Alabama. And his there. Teaching nutrition to his fellow inmates. Jeff skilling from Enron is. They're not gene business to their fellow inmates. And Jesse Jackson junior is in prison their teaching political science and civics to fellow inmates. And yeah, I mean, listen, we're just trying to Mago trying to make rod great again. That's what we're trying to do. Dr Hannibal Lecter is teaching a class on yards. Oh my gosh. Billy, thanks for coming on. And you make a great film checkout. Screwball in select cities this Friday, and then on snoop streaming platforms the Friday after that at Billy Corbin on Twitter and Instagram. Get to see your brother back with more in a moment. It happens to the best of his right before big deadline or just when you're printing handouts for a key presentation. The printer runs out of ink. Are you tired of frequent expense.

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