Listen: Dodgers, Louis Ck, Cubs discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"You have the power, everyone's listening on what you're saying, and then you reveal stuff about yourself. That is so perfect voluble you, you are the more points you get. And so it's like you in a power move show how vulnerable you are, which is such a funny volved sort of make yourself, right. I mean, it's why it's why I feel I can a lot of ways you know not to dig deep into this, but why people felt betrayed by what happened with Louis CK is the notion that he was so vulnerable. So often and people saw him as that, they loved him for that and then to not till I kind of skip over that part of him. That wasn't that felt like a betrayal to people in a way that like you know was like if somebody else was called for that, if die. If you found out dice did that probably wouldn't affect his audience that much right found Dave dice to that are I'm not saying him, but like some who want who is more aggressive on stage who doesn't deal with his own vulnerabilities onstage. That's why I think it was felt like that and they're. I don't think people can be vulnerable in sports like that. Well, to go back on the Louis thing, it was kind of like I heard that stuff that was known kind of that shirt in the business that was known. Then you see the guy, he's a big guy. He's like, you know, a buff guy. So I'm not saying I was shocked by that behavior. I was. I'm thinking that I'm not. I'm not. I'm not saying I was surprised or shocked, but he's a big. I could see. I was just under his sumptious like everybody knew, and that's whether it makes a right or wrong. I'm not saying that I wasn't letdown when it all came out his audience didn't know most of his audience didn't know. And so like that was his, there were some, maybe they're naive a little bit or they didn't do their research. If you're going to really dig into somebody know the know all the facts. I don't know. I'm I'm not defending him. No, I'm just saying that I knew about it and I wasn't some. Somebody who I didn't feel like I need to step up and say anything, which I think is everybody's fault. 'cause people who did know precious said something initially, but how do you? It's crazy, but that's, that's we're, we're veering in sports hearing off. We're veering off, but that's years. We're all those. We can go in any direction, but we are kind of the reason why we wanted to bring on now is because we're home stretching like twenty five games left ES in the or by the time this drops, they'll be probably about eighteen sixteen seventeen games left in the major league baseball season. I think we're careening towards an unbelievable specially in the National League American League a little bit less, but an unbelievable finish in the National League where like five dodgers come up and beat the crap out of the Diamondbacks and you say, okay, this is their division they're going to win, and then they lose the Mets. It's like, and they're back down again. And so I feel like this. And when you look at all the moves of the dodgers made and the team that they have in the payroll, they have you sit yourself. They should be far and away the favourite here. But I feel like the cubs are really the favorite. I'm just struggling right if you're too at. I mean, right this specific moment, baseball. It's when you're in this final stretch run its day today is we're all day to, but isn't that great. All day today, but isn't that great? Doesn't make you love that sports. So much more. I feel like the addition of the wild card games means the one second wildcard co game means that there are so many cities that right now as we stand on the precipice of of the end of the season are saying, we have shot like Saint Louis. We gotta shat Colorado's like we gotta shot Milwaukee. We gotta shot. Of course, the cubs, of course, you know, the nationals are kind of out of it. But of course, you know, Atlanta, of course, the cubs. And of course you know, you've got the dodgers in one up there like a bunch of teams that are literally like we have a shot to make the playoffs into to me.."