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"ESPN radio. Hit us up at Covina. Oh and rich interactive show on radio period. You sit here us on Sirius XM or ESPN radio Essex samedi at on rich rich Davis at Steve casino. We're using our personal pages. Now that was Tom Morello and Portugal. The man, by the way, so weird matchup for sure portfolio portrayals the country. None of Portugal, the man not the country as the man. Portugal. The man and Tom Morello of audio slave rage against the machine the nightwatchman, NAT Tom Morello, teaming up to make some cool new music. Thank you guys for hanging out with us. We do sports entertainment music little bit of everything rich on offense with some football games getting lots of random feedback. Just a couple of games have just. I'm so they look so obviously, I'm just taking this. I'm just taking the stance that unrolling way heavy on the Broncos this weekend. I'm going big on Denver this weekend, minus three and a half in San Francisco. The thinking about it. San Francisco has no reason to want to win the Broncos have ever reason to win couple injuries. The Broncos the deal with I know, but the Broncos just beat to the best teams in the AFC. They'd beat the charges of the pizzas Steelers. And now they're only favored by field goal and a half because the games in San Francisco and why not go on on Cleveland? I'm going to bet my daughter's college fund Crespigny everything on the Broncos there. It is. Yep. So what if you have any Christmas presents this year? It's all good. Okay. Catoon? It's you can text us by the way, four one to letter C in our show four one to the letters c and our show just say Saskatoon. Yes. Tune up in Canada from Saskatoon don't ruin Christmas for your wife loves Christmas. I'm realizing really follow us on social media. My wife is like the person that over decorates. Right, right. It's ridiculous. But she she she's gonna learn tomorrow that it's all being wagered on the Denver Broncos Saskatoon really like the show first time, he's listened to us. I think on ESPN radio listens to us on faction talk one three throughout the week. See Tim Rostropovich died yesterday. Former NFL player but in a lot of random seventies and eighties shows including episodes love boat logo. Where hulk HOGAN coach Bruce Jenner to wrestle against Roosevelt's. Do you remember that they're not neither do I S from Jerry L? He hit us up from Nassau New York. But rest in peace, Tim, let's see Cam Newton back to our previous discussions. Angelo, Texas says. He might have a serious shoulder injury. You know, so he might be nursing that and more advantage to Cleveland who has a lot to play for. And you might get a dangerous. Baker mayfield. But we said earlier, you don't know van Nuys California's so glad that we're on today. Thank you have Faye. Happy to hear us on ESPN radio talking nonsense world leaders of nonsense could be no and Richard talking about apologies. To before. Randy g says if you demand an apology, you gain nothing. Indeed. You have weakened yourself by demanding that apology you want an apology. Whether it's from a co-worker a significant other whoever the apologies coming from. Don't you want it to be genuine? Don't you want the person to apologize because they genuinely mean it, right, right? And we're seeing so many forced apologies in sports. And in pop culture, Kevin Hart. Most recently we talked about that earlier. If you missed it check us out on pod center or check us out Monday through Friday, where we also addressed it on Syria six on demand. Illinois back to the story where Travis our producer. Doesn't wanna take coffee dates because he doesn't like coffee. He goes George Costanza tonight coffee when a girl asked him to come up her place that was a famous episode. Remember that one I don't remember that one. Yeah. Sounds like it. So take those opportunities Travis. Yeah. All right. So speaking of growing up Peter Pan. There's something else in pop culture. I guess I don't even know if there's any sports tie-in whatsoever. But my brother and millions of other people this time of year are doing something called."