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Ukraine Has Repelled Russia's Attempt to Cross Donbas River

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | 2 d ago

Ukraine Has Repelled Russia's Attempt to Cross Donbas River

"There is a story in the telegraph of Great Britain today. An entire battalion and again, I am not, I'm a civilian civilian, meaning I don't even know how to spell civilian, much less anything going on in the army. And the Russian army. But I know that when a battalion gets wiped out, trying to cross a river, that's not good for morale. So they tried to cross the river. It's in the telegraph, I tweeted it out. You should be following me on Twitter. And they got pushed back 20 clicks from 30 clicks, which in my mind I quickly estimate to be about 18 miles because the ten K is 6.2 miles and so 30 clicks must be about 18.6 miles. So Ukraine's are pushing back the Russians all over the place. They're in a static front in the Donbass, which is, you know, I couldn't draw the Donbass on a map. I know where Ukraine and Russia is, but it's part of Ukraine. And I couldn't get it right now where it is roughly. It doesn't get to Odessa. And only a part not a God, this is from the financial time. Military briefing can Ukraine push the Russian army from the country. Even that being written is something that's extraordinary.

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Aaron Withe, CEO of Freedom Foundation, Describes the Teacher Unions

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:49 min | 2 d ago

Aaron Withe, CEO of Freedom Foundation, Describes the Teacher Unions

"Folks, you're on the Doug Collins podcast. We always delve into issues, and we're getting into one that is close and near and dear to my heart. And that is this education issue, the education, the problems that are developed during the pandemic, not only are we going to see those. We're going to have a chance to have some conversation about that today. But also the inexorably role are extraordinary role of the unions. The teacher union, especially during the pandemic and the things that they have been going into. And as we've been going around teacher appreciation week and always talking about our teachers, do you know that's close to my heart for the podcast listeners here? My wife was a 30 year teacher in public schools, retired unfortunately during the pandemic year. Her last class with her students was the day everything quote shut down for two weeks, and she never really got back to go back to the class to tell that class goodbye. But there's a lot that goes on in that. And so today, I'm pleased how Aaron wath with us from the freedom foundation is a CEO. We're going to talk about education. We're going to get into this a little bit. We're going to discuss it. Aaron, thanks for being a part of the podcast. Doug, thank you for having me on. I appreciate you taking the time. No problem. Let's dive into this a little bit. And first off, let's go back and lay this groundwork how much of a problem and again, we

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Elon Musk Is an Example of What We've Lost Over the Past Few Decades

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:28 min | 4 d ago

Elon Musk Is an Example of What We've Lost Over the Past Few Decades

"We're at this moment where Elon, and this is what I really want to kind of focus in on, which is Elon is an example of what I think we've lost in the last 20 or 30 years, which is someone with legitimate power outside of the government coming in and fighting for regular people. And that is something that was worthy of reflection for a couple of moments, right? Because we're used to the opposite. We're used to Zuckerberg putting $400 million into our elections to have mail in ballots go everywhere, right? We're used to kind of this idea of, you know, CNN and all these massive mega corporations coming in and crushing the week. And kind of out of nowhere, the very person who is a creation of the American left and I'll prove it to you in a second is now the person who is offsetting it. So a majority of Elon's wealth is because of the green energy nonsense that they've been pushing. If it's so hilarious, right? Elon is only powerful because they want to get rid of fossil fuels. So they want to get revolve fossil fuels and drilling. Well, someone has to be a beneficiary. Okay, the electric car guy gets all the money. The problem is they did not realize they couldn't control him. So like one of the, one of the tweets here is from this person, I don't know, their name. Elon Musk is why we need to abolish billionaires. Okay. Asking them, asking them to chip in their fair share isn't enough. Regulating them isn't enough. This is a bleach check mark person on Twitter. When people are allowed to acquire this month's concentrated influence, they'll inevitably manspread economic power into every other form of power.

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Charlie Duke Was and Is the Youngest Man to Ever Walk on the Moon

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:57 min | 6 d ago

Charlie Duke Was and Is the Youngest Man to Ever Walk on the Moon

"Holy cow, folks, I'm so excited I'm about to burst, we've got a whole room of people about to turn blue over here. Because I've got a guest right now who claims we don't know. We have no proof to have walked on the moon 50 years ago today, general Charles duke. Welcome to this program. I thought you very much, there's a lot of proof that we really landed on the moon. I happen to believe that you did. I happen to believe that you did, and I am so excited and honored to be talking to you, not just to be talking to you, but to be talking to you on the 50th anniversary today of your having set foot on the lunar surface and not just that. But as the youngest man ever to walk on the moon, yes? Yes, that's correct. I was 30 36 when I stepped onto the moon. I'm 86, and I'm still the youngest man that walked on the moon. See, now that's the funniest thing of all. You are to this day, the youngest man who walked on the moon. Yes, sir. But the title retained the title, but hopefully before I die, I will relinquish that to someone from Artemis, but one of the younger astronauts can claim they're the youngest in the moon. Do you think someone I wasn't expecting to go there so quickly, but do you think that in your lifetime it's possible somebody I mean, I've really just lost hope that anybody wants to go to the moon. You happen to be on the inside. So you would know. Well, I'm not officially with NASA anymore, but I stay current with what's going on. And the Artemis program, which is scheduled to land somebody on the moon by the end of the decade, is proceeding very, very well.

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CNN Poll: No Seismic Shift as Midterm Elections Come Close

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:24 min | 6 d ago

CNN Poll: No Seismic Shift as Midterm Elections Come Close

"According to CNN, there's a new poll that came out yesterday shows no evidence of any kind of a seismic shift in the electorate as the midterm elections keep getting closer and closer. 66% said roe V wade should not be completely struck down. 59% would support Congress passing legislation to establish a nationwide right to abortion, including 81% of Democrats, 65% of independents, 30% of Republicans, according to this poll. But comparing the results of the new poll to one conducted immediately before the revelation of the draft opinion, the impact appears fairly muted. The share of registered voters who say they are extremely or very enthusiastic about voting this fall rose 6 points between the first survey and the second among Democrats 43% now say they're extremely or very enthusiastic that's up 7 points. Among Republicans, it's 56%. That's up 9 points. And voters who say overturning roe V wade would make them happy are nearly twice as enthusiastic about voting this fall as those who say such a ruling would leave them angry.

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Is There Any Hope for California?

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:59 sec | Last week

Is There Any Hope for California?

"I'm asked all the time. Charlie, do you think there's any hope for California? And my answer is always the same as we have to make our own hope happen. We have to obviously fast and pray for the nation and the land that we're in. But we also have to do things that actually make a substantial difference. No longer be a spectator, but be a participant in that. And in some ways, that is against where a lot of conservatism has been in the recent years where some people think that, hey, we just went a presidential election. I can kind of take it off. And I'm just going to kind of watch the rest on TV. The left is never thought that way. They've been in the trenches. They've been in the schools for a long time. And I'm starting to see a mindset shift. I really am. I'm starting to see after the initial shock that you're not going to get your country back in just 18 months. Now I see conservatives putting their work in boots on. Now I see people that are willing to get into the trenches into the grassroots and say, look, this might take 5, ten, 15, 20, 30, 40 years. But I'm willing to do that because my grandkids are worth it because liberty is worth fighting for.

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Miss Kay and Lisa Robertson Stand Publicly for Their Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:38 min | Last week

Miss Kay and Lisa Robertson Stand Publicly for Their Faith

"Just, I'm looking for any excuse to talk to the Robertson. So I have them on the program right now, miss K and Lisa, welcome. Thank you. I love being here. I got to tell you something. Yeah. My husband really likes you. Well, can I tell you something? Don't tell your husband, but I love your husband. I have admired him before I ever had the privilege of meeting him. He's one of my heroes and I really love him and I feel honored to think that he's even aware of my existence. So thank you. Well, he is. And I wanted to tell you that because you don't hear that much from Phil. Sorry, the other thing. Wow, that's actually, you know, that means more to me than you might realize. So miss K, thank you. Listen, the reason that I have loved your family from before I got to meet you is because you have always taken a public stand for your faith. And we live in a country where in the mainstream, you don't get to do that very much. So when I heard that there was a family, this way before I knew what duck dynasty was that you were praying at your meals, and I thought, this is nothing but good news for America praised God. I was just absolutely thrilled. And you have been vocal about your faith knowing that there's tons of people in America who are right exactly where you are. So I do have to ask you now just to get clear here. How many miss K, how many kids do you have? Because I feel like I need a chart. I want to be real clear. I don't have four boys, but I have probably raised about 30. Okay, we can't get into

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Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It's been no secret that I'm a cat lover. I've had cats now for going on 30 years, something like that, I think. My first wife was the one that got us cats the first time, and I wasn't thrilled about it then, but it did change my life. Right now, we have one, our princess, if you will, are spoiled princess, busy, who rules the house, it's her house and we just happen to live here. Recently, we've had visitors, and it's not that their visitors who want to bother us. Well, visitors who are curious because they see the cat behind the glass. We've got cats who roam the neighborhood and they just stop by. And they don't stop by to cause trouble. It's like they're curious. And so she sits in her little front window perch and freaks out because she's an indoor cat. She's never really been outside and, well, she can't handle it. She doesn't know what to do. Fright or flight, and she bangs her head against the window and she kisses and she growls and now they won't stay close, but they stay around. They're just being friendly. They're just stopping by and saying hi. So what does our spoiled princess do? She sits in the window and watches and yawns. Well, I'm sure we'll have another visitor today or tomorrow or whenever and want to hear the bumping on the window. I'll know what to do.

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Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It's been no secret that I'm a cat lover. I've had cats now for going on 30 years, something like that, I think. My first wife was the one that got us cats the first time, and I wasn't thrilled about it then, but it did change my life. Right now, we have one, our princess, if you will, are spoiled princess, busy, who rules the house, it's her house and we just happen to live here. Recently, we've had visitors, and it's not that their visitors who want to bother us. Well, visitors who are curious because they see the cat behind the glass. We've got cats who roam the neighborhood and they just stop by. And they don't stop by to cause trouble. It's like they're curious. And so she sits in her little front window perch and freaks out because she's an indoor cat. She's never really been outside and, well, she can't handle it. She doesn't know what to do. Fright or flight, and she bangs her head against the window and she kisses and she growls and now they won't stay close, but they stay around. They're just being friendly. They're just stopping by and saying hi. So what does our spoiled princess do? She sits in the window and watches and yawns. Well, I'm sure we'll have another visitor today or tomorrow or whenever and want to hear the bumping on the window. I'll know what to do.

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Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Spoiled Princess (MM #4063)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. It's been no secret that I'm a cat lover. I've had cats now for going on 30 years, something like that, I think. My first wife was the one that got us cats the first time, and I wasn't thrilled about it then, but it did change my life. Right now, we have one, our princess, if you will, are spoiled princess, busy, who rules the house, it's her house and we just happen to live here. Recently, we've had visitors, and it's not that their visitors who want to bother us. Well, visitors who are curious because they see the cat behind the glass. We've got cats who roam the neighborhood and they just stop by. And they don't stop by to cause trouble. It's like they're curious. And so she sits in her little front window perch and freaks out because she's an indoor cat. She's never really been outside and, well, she can't handle it. She doesn't know what to do. Fright or flight, and she bangs her head against the window and she kisses and she growls and now they won't stay close, but they stay around. They're just being friendly. They're just stopping by and saying hi. So what does our spoiled princess do? She sits in the window and watches and yawns. Well, I'm sure we'll have another visitor today or tomorrow or whenever and want to hear the bumping on the window. I'll know what to do.

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The Media Has Not Done One Inch of Investigating Ballot Harvesting

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | Last week

The Media Has Not Done One Inch of Investigating Ballot Harvesting

"I had an opportunity to speak to a reporter and she was actually a very nice person for a mainstream media publication. Now, if I told you the publication you would know it, but we were off the record and unlike the left, I actually want to honor off the record for both of us. So she was off the I was off the record. I don't know if she would consider herself throughout the record. But I'm not going to say who this was. We had a nice conversation. And I looked at her very plainly. I said, when you watch this movie, you're going to be blown away by the evidence, and she was like, oh, come on, I've heard all this stuff before. And I walked through, I said, no, no, you don't understand. Geo tracking technology as when you see videos of people coming out of the cars with piles of ballots at three 30 in the morning. And do you know what she said? She said, but that's not illegal, is it? I said, you're a national politics reporter for one of the largest of course it's illegal. You can't ballot harvest in Georgia. You can't ballot harvest in Arizona. You're only able to maybe do it for a week in Pennsylvania and then the court overturned it. I was just blown away by the media hasn't even done an inch of investigation into this. And it just goes to show by just kind of how they have no literacy. There might be a better word for that. But they really have no understanding. I suppose is a good filler term of any of the laws or the technicalities around it. But if you were to ask kind of did Donald Trump break federal election law, yeah, no grasp. Thank you, Connor. That's exactly right. No grasp. If Donald Trump break federal election law for some phone call and Fulton George like every political reporter will be able to tell you what criminal code he violated what how he was breaking precedent for calling some person in Georgia even though he did nothing wrong in that whole thing. But if you were to say, hey, don't you find it suspicious that people were going from one ballot Dropbox to the other with piles of ballots at 3 o'clock in the morning we could prove it through pink, cell phone ping technology and pair it up with videos, isn't that even at least bit compelling? So then the new narrative is well, it wasn't enough to turn the

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The Association of Winning With Happiness

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:34 min | Last week

The Association of Winning With Happiness

"Why else did they drop valedictorians in so many schools? Because it'll make the non valedictorian unhappy. I told you fools teach your children as a general rule. Truly foolish foolish human beings. People devoid of wisdom. I wasn't valedictorian of my high school class. So what? So what? It's one of the happier kids in my high school class. I was even president of the high school class. So yeah, that sense I won. Meant more to me to be elected by my peers than it would have been a valedictorian. But it doesn't matter. If I were in president of the class, wouldn't have mattered. The association of winning with happiness, my kid has to get into the best possible college. So then the kid gets an acceptance into some Ivy League school and the kid is so happy. So I'm curious, here's an interesting question. I don't know the answer, but it's an interesting question. Is the average graduate of an Ivy League school Harvard Yale Princeton or non Ivy League Stanford Berkeley, ten years later, 30 years later, are they on average happier than those who went to Michigan state? Now, by the way, I know

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Breaking Down Georgia's Upcoming Elections and Trump's Influence

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:15 min | Last week

Breaking Down Georgia's Upcoming Elections and Trump's Influence

"And then you have Georgia. And this is where I think the ultimate Trump endorsement power will be at tested at its most roots. I think, look, Herschel Walker and our Senate writes down here. Again, a very open primary, but at the end of it, Herschel Walker is had a commanding lead ever since he got in the race is his popularity. He's known. Nobody really in the state of Georgia who's watched football or anything else in the last 30 years does not remember Herschel Walker as a running back from the university of Georgia who led him to a national damage deal. And husband trophy. This is just not something that is unknown in Georgia and the Georgia football team is very powerful when you look at touching voters or hearing that you played for Georgia football. And again, with the problem coming up with this election in Georgia is the Trump endorsement is very much at play and very much a factor, but there's also the anti endorsement if you would that Donald Trump has made and going after Brian Kemp on multiple occasions. Brad raffensperger Secretary of State, attorney general Chris Carr. He said in endorsed Mark Jones in the lieutenant governor's race and at the same time put out a post saying that he would never endorse Butch Miller, who was the other one in the Senate race. So again, he's played in a lot of races, two in particular that I'm focused on and just to see from a take position is the insurance commissioner's race and the attorney general's rice here. Both Patrick witt and John Gordon, who's running for attorney general Patrick witt against John King for insurance, are facing incumbents in the primary. Right now, internal polling shows that these candidates are struggling with name ID, struggling to get caught up. The Trump endorsement helps them. The Trump endorsement sort of bills over that gap of lack of credibility with voters who don't know who they are with have been running for the tenth district. Congressional seat in this process, John Gordon had been on the sidelines completely, both of them announced their candidacies and get in the race during qualifying time. So this has been a very shortened race for them.

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Nina Jankowicz: CRT Is Disinformation in Virginia

The Dan Bongino Show

02:00 min | Last week

Nina Jankowicz: CRT Is Disinformation in Virginia

"Here's another one This is the minister of truth here Nina jankovic again Sewage and disinformation specialist Here she is talking about CRT critical race theory Which ladies and gentlemen you've been watching your kids on Zoom while they left this shut us down and locked us out of schools You've seen it You've heard it You've seen the lesson plans You've seen it on websites You've seen the libs of TikTok account on social media Literally put liberals own words on social media about how they're indoctrinating your kids with CRT Here's Nina Cenk which again practicing the dipsy doo flipper roo the one 80 reversal best defense is a good offense theory By claiming that any mention of CRT is another again a Republican conspiracy theory and is disinformation itself Again the strategically beautiful I know I'm guilty of supporting this racist critical racism training So let's accuse our opponents of being conspiracy theorists for talking about what I already know to be true Here listen to yourself Critical race theory has become one of those hot button issues that the Republicans and other disinform who are engaged in disinformation for profit frankly there are plenty of media outlets that are making money off of those too have seized on And I live in Virginia and in loudoun county that's one of the areas where people have really honed in on this topic This is the disinformation czar She just said to you Jim you heard it right I live in Virginia CRT critical race theory That's disinformation by Republicans Here we go Quadrupled club of paper flip hat tip Rush Limbaugh Spoke to his brother David lesson What a great guy Fox News October 30th 2021 Virginia Department of Education website promotes CRT

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Monthly Rents Skyrocket Amid Record Inflation

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:02 min | Last week

Monthly Rents Skyrocket Amid Record Inflation

"Hey everybody, Tyler Charlie Kirk show. What are the new results out of Ohio mean for the midterms? Our Democrats favored to win anything at all, and also a new announcement from turning point, pack, TP pack dot com that is TP PAC dot com, or you guys can contribute some grassroots donations to help America first candidates across the country that's TP PAC dot com. We talk with Tyler Boyer about that and the need to reclaim the America first mantle from the ground up. Email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com, get involved with turning point USA at TP USA dot com or email me your thoughts is always freedom at Charlie Kirk dot com. Buckle up everybody here. We go. Charlie, what you've done is incredible here. Maybe Charlie Kirk is on the college campus. I want you to know we are lucky to have Charlie Kirk. Charlie Kirk's running The White House folks. I want to thank Charlie. He's an incredible guy, his spirit, his love of this country. He's done an amazing job. Building one of the most powerful youth organizations ever created turning point USA. We will not embrace the ideas that have destroyed countries, destroyed lives, and we are going to fight for freedom on campuses across the country. That's why we are here. Brought to you by the loan experts I trust, Andrew and Todd at Sierra Pacific mortgage at Andrew and Todd dot com. I want to lead with this one thing. I have a friend of mine who's a wonderful American from Dallas, whose in real estate, probably one of the top private owners of apartment buildings in the country. And he just said, hey, Charlie, I want you to see these rent inflation crazy numbers. I'm not going to say his name just to, you know, for obvious reasons. But so this is the last 30 movements, okay? So Phoenix, for example, for the last 30, the average prior rent used to be 1325 a month for his and he owns apartment buildings all over Phoenix. Now it's 1693 a month. That means that rent has gone up 27.8% on average in Phoenix. It is last 30 movements. Austin, 23%, San Antonio 21%. Dallas Fort Worth, 18%. North Carolina, 16% Houston 15%. The real inflation rate, I said this the other day, and someone laughed at me, but when they laugh at us, that's how you know we're probably right. I said the real inflation rate is 35%. I said it's right near there. For working people, that's about where it is. If you count gas, you count food, you can't travel. You count all that other stuff. So Andrew and I were talking in the break, he says, I don't know, I don't know, have we peaked too early, Andrew said of Republicans, are we going to be able to sustain this the November? I said, look at these rent numbers. You're trying to tell me people are going to keep the people in charge over this. I don't know, but someone who does know is Richard barris, from the people's pundit, and he's wearing a tie just to make me look bad. Big data polls, Richard barris, Richard. Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me back. I appreciate it. So a lot to unpack here. Let's start with kind of what happened in Ohio. What does that message send? What is your polling show? How big of a deal is what just happened in Ohio? You know, it's a big deal, Charlie, for the future of the party. The direction of the party, you know, the Trump endorsed candidates outside of JD Vance even did great. There was the first congressional district in Indiana. She won, so, you know, I mean, oh, and by the way, Ohio 9. So that was a race the media definitely was watching and trying to take out, you know, take down the Trump endorsed candidate. He did pull it off and he did incredible in an outside of Toledo, which is where a lot of people thought that Gaborone would do better. You know, so in the end, if you look at where van specifically got his support from, the reason I think a lot of these polls messed up outside of Vance's 100% correct. Outside of Remington, which was pulling for another campaign, they were just wrong. Some of the other public polls didn't really catch Vance's full support because when a pollster does a likely voter model, I suspected this was happening and it did. Those new Trump accounts, they're not really Republicans, Ohio has a lot of them. And they'll tell you, I'm going to vote. I'm likely to vote or I'm certain to vote. But then the pollster will go back and look at vote history and in a primary. If they're not a two out of four voter, meaning they voted in at least two and the last four primaries, they'll get screened out. And because these voters are newly Republican and close primary, they didn't have much vote history and you could see it all over. Mahoning, Youngstown, trumbull, the election day and wood in the northwest, just south of Toledo. That was Trump vote. That is Trump vote. And then Vance did excellent, obviously. In Cleveland, Hamilton county and the suburbs around it. So at the end of the day, it sent a very clear message. The president saw a very strong grip on the Republican Party without a doubt.

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What Did Mike Rowe Think He Would Be When He Grew Up?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | Last week

What Did Mike Rowe Think He Would Be When He Grew Up?

"Show. I'm interviewing Mike Rowe, who has a show on TBN, at least they tell me, because I have yet to see it. But it's called the story behind the story. It airs Saturday nights at 9 p.m.. Now, Mike Rowe, you saw in between the commercial break or whatever this was. Your friend and mine, Matt crouch, came on and told me off camera, everything might just said, is wrong, this whole thing is his idea, whatever. And I'm not surprised to hear that because you're a humble guy, you know, when I ask you who you are, you tell me your parents and stuff. That's who you are, and it's why you're likeable to some. But I keep thinking that you, all the shows that you've done, including this one, there's a through line. And it's you. It's your appreciation for people and for jobs and for that kind of thing. So I have to ask you, when you were a kid, where did you grow up? And what did you think you would be doing in the future? I grew up on a little farm in Baltimore, Maryland next to a genius named Carl noble, who happened to be my grandfather, I'm going to stick this back in my ear again real quick and begged to be grandfather was Carl noble, the genius, and you lived next door to him, okay? Carl noble could build a house without a blueprint, right? He was that guy. He only went to the 7th grade, but by the time he was 30, he was a master electrician, plumber steam fitter pipe that the guy could fix build, repair, fabricate anything. My assumption as a kid was that I'd follow in his footsteps. The handy gene tragically is recessive, so I did not get the requisite skills necessary to fulfill my early dream and upon his recommendation I got a different toolbox and got into this crazy industry and began working. Dirty jobs, many years later was a tribute to him, so too was the micro works foundation, which I'm pleased to say is offering another round of work ethic scholarships. If you're viewers are interested, they should apply for one of those things. We give away a million bucks a year.

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Student Loans (MM #4060)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Student Loans (MM #4060)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the government for giving student loan debt. They're really pushing the Biden administration to do something about it. And while there's talk, I'm not quite sure what's going to happen. And to be honest with you, I don't know how I feel. Like everybody who went to college, I had loans. Luckily for me, I guess, most of mine were actually grants, because my father was unemployed throughout much of my college years. I got scholarships, but did have to take out a loan my senior year and couldn't get one through the school. So I had to finagle my way to a loan and let me tell you, I paid dearly for it for years, paying something at the time of like 20, 30% interest. I paid it off. Luckily, it was 1980s dollars, so it wasn't so bad, but kids with crippling debt today, I understand the frustration. For me, it depends on the college they go to. There are lots of great state schools that people just don't want to consider. So instead, they go to the expensive ones. And maybe that's what we have to look at. Why did you go to the school you went to? Were there any other options? I know it's not going to work that way, but I'm kind of confused. And I really don't know where I stand.

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Student Loans (MM #4060)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | Last week

Student Loans (MM #4060)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. There has been a lot of talk in recent years about the government for giving student loan debt. They're really pushing the Biden administration to do something about it. And while there's talk, I'm not quite sure what's going to happen. And to be honest with you, I don't know how I feel. Like everybody who went to college, I had loans. Luckily for me, I guess, most of mine were actually grants, because my father was unemployed throughout much of my college years. I got scholarships, but did have to take out a loan my senior year and couldn't get one through the school. So I had to finagle my way to a loan and let me tell you, I paid dearly for it for years, paying something at the time of like 20, 30% interest. I paid it off. Luckily, it was 1980s dollars, so it wasn't so bad, but kids with crippling debt today, I understand the frustration. For me, it depends on the college they go to. There are lots of great state schools that people just don't want to consider. So instead, they go to the expensive ones. And maybe that's what we have to look at. Why did you go to the school you went to? Were there any other options? I know it's not going to work that way, but I'm kind of confused. And I really don't know where I stand.

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"30%" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

02:31 min | 5 months ago

"30%" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"The 6 minute song it's called my little love and it includes a lot of spoken word passages. And I never felt lonely. I love being on my own. Always prefer.

"30%" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:04 min | 5 months ago

"30%" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"Chains to the songs on 30 find Adele reflecting on her divorce in songs that don't shy away from emotional vulnerability or deep melancholy. 30 also follows her recovery from the damage to her vocal cords that forced Adele to cancel dates on her 2017 tour. Letitia you have written about a Delft for NPR music. Give us your thoughts on 30. Yeah, of course. So when easy on me came out, I was like, okay, this is more of a Dell as Adele, you know, nothing new, no new sounds. That's okay. But this album actually is a huge one 80 from what we expect from Adele in a good way. I feel like this is Adele's we've never really seen her. You know, she's no longer leaning just on those powerhouse vocals like you said, Steven, but really trying to experiment with pairing her voice and this new rendition of her voice. So new sounds and exploring what feels good to her. I really enjoyed this album mainly because I'm a sucker for music made in a Saturn return. You know, that's when the planets are back where they were when you first born, you gotta gotta repair it yourself. Learn how to be a human being again in Adele's really feeling her saddle return on this album. I feel like it's also the first time that we really, really know what's going on in Adele's personal life. And it's not as isolated as 21 or 25. So it feels like it's the first time her star power is kind of eclipsed by her humanity. And you know, her ties as like a mother and ex-wife, a woman. And we hear all these strong feelings she's working through. And it feels like a really great Emancipation record, not just from her ex-husband, but her perception of self, and, you know, the ways that she's stuck in her own past and how that's coming up in the present, I feel like she shed a lot of emotional baggage in order to arrive to this point, and with that she's removed herself from the safety of what we expected Adele sound to be. Yeah, I like this record too. I think that it was a little bit slow to grow on me. I think easy on me when easy on me came out. That was familiar. That was the Adele that I know. This is kind of the latest incarnation of someone like you or hello. This very familiar, big, booming, ballad. I found like the song gets stuck in my head and so I find myself sort of singing along with it or singing it afterward. It is a very easy song to sing along to, but it is not an easy song to sing along too quietly. Now you have to be very, very loud. Yeah, exactly. And so yeah, so this song feels very familiar. And I think the rest of the record doesn't as much. You've got a song like, oh my God, which does kind of fit into that rolling in the deep model. It's a little bit bigger and again, more familiar. Can I get it? Sounds like another big hit, but a lot of this record rolls a little bit more slowly. 5 of these songs run more than 6 minutes long. And as such, it can feel a little bit meandering, especially late. I think there's some unusual pacing going on where the third track on this record is.

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30 For 30 Podcasts

03:13 min | 9 months ago

"30%" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

"This thirty for thirty podcast is sponsored by door. Dash door dash is here with summer of dash. Pass right now. Dash pass members are taking ten dollars off groceries alcohol pet food and more meat a nightcap. Ten dollars off got a coffee. Get relief delivered for less. Want surprise your crush. Send a gift and say try. Dash pass for free and get special savings exclusive menu items and zero dollar delivery fees year round. Get more from your neighborhood now. With dash pass in the door dash app and stay cool out there. Terms and conditions. Apply this thirty for thirty. Podcast is sponsored by full sail university at full sail. You learn by doing you get real world experience to prepare you for a career in the entertainment sports technology and media industries. You actually get your hands on the gear. Get immersed in the software and create projects that are ready to go straight into your professional portfolio. Full sail has established a graduate network. That has racked up huge achievements in these industries from directing blockbuster movies to producing music for award. Winning artists full sail. Grads have been doing big things for years at full sail university. You'll be taught by faculty who actually have had careers in their fields and full sales accelerated scheduled. Prepares you to get your own career. Started faster at full sail university. You can earn your degree in about half the time and you can choose to take your classes online or on. full sales. campus. In orlando florida with over one hundred associate bachelor's and master's degree programs full sail offers a variety of paths for you to pursue your passion to learn more go to full sail dot edu slash thirty. That's full sail dot edu slash the number thirty the king of crenshaw was reported and hosted by me just intensely senior producers joe in griffin production team. Thus navarro dave king derwin graham. The series was edited by julia lowry. Henderson senior editorial producer for thirty for thirty podcasts. And steve reese deputy editor for the undefeated executive producers aaron laden brian lockhart kevin meredith and raina kelley additional production support meredith hot enough meteo and evil original music buffalo ranch dobson and lamar a fifteen hundred. Nothing music supervisor. Kevin wilson mix engineering by ryan. Ross smith garratt lane and ben tolliday project manager in licensing chaff sankey jennifer thorp provided additional support development. Adam neuhaus in trevor gill. Shaun cherry k. Mak is our talent directed. And cherie stevens are associate. Tallies erected demi. Lauren created their original artwork for the series. Roger jackson provided fact check allen lau provided legal review special things to riley bloom. Holly tinti jonathan larson. Anthony salads the team pie media in everyone who may time to speak with us for this series..

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30 For 30 Podcasts

05:13 min | 9 months ago

"30%" Discussed on 30 For 30 Podcasts

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"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"It's a good idea if you baseball's demographic continues to get older baseball's too slow if you got too many home runs into many blowouts go put in entertaining people in the booth and just let them for a while. It's a good idea for us because again we don't care about the ages and i guarantee you that there were people that i cannot believe correal walling this game mockery. He's making america. I don't even know who that is but i'm sure that person is lower guy. Who's that character. Arrogance is that i want. I want that character to make more appearances on this show. Is it just bitter guy in the cathedral. Tell you who i am. Dan laboratory on the person who's he's going to outlive my children because i didn't play video games outside and i played in the dirt in the shower step outside arena what the hell is right. I'm wondering who the heck is. The name is not caused us barry sloane tip jerry sloan so bill walton for those of you who do not know and i imagine there are some young people who don't he played center for the celtics. He was exceptional optional. Foot problems derailed his career. He's become a dead head aficionado and he doesn't mind sort of the whole idea of drug use back before or it was popular. <hes> bill walton was telling you he was like and i kinda classed in the seventies. He was a bit of a hippie. He's living life man like the way everyone. Everyone should live life. I don't think that he has a care in the world. I mean he must know he's an he's a great deal of physical pain is he's a great deal of physical pain wandering around but he is squeezing every wonderful joyous minute out of <hes> you know his last year you really made the sad now. I feel bad for him because he's tall. He must be what six seven seven which means he's actually seen. He's like seventy s what will be buried in a tie-dyed shirt. There's no question uh-huh if he's ever berry. Has i expect him to be among us. They walk in grateful dead for a long time. He came on my podcast. I didn't ask him a question. He spoke for twenty six consecutive minutes. <hes> so here is we're just gonna play rat-tat-tat of bill walton sound from. Did you say it was white sox angels. Is that what it was white. Sox angels in d. sounds come to us courtesy of the chicago white sox and chicago when they bring that high hard one in i stand in and lean back and then just ban and its sales away out through the universe like a radio wave that goes past saturn been jupiter pluto through the black hole and into many other galaxies yet the that was before a pitch was even thrown that was this creaky just keep playing sound for it one out for upton and the double play would be nice here triple play well with what it'd be difficult while you could carry it over. Can't you see that's that's a rule. I'd like to see institute burial yeah. I've looked carry over. That's that's a good rule. Triple play with one out. It should carry over the next thing. That's a great idea as beat up the game. Let me hear some more bill walton sound. I feel proud not going to have a play. That's up stream all the flies sending one through the universe. He's great. I'm curious because this is a player from greg cody time curious because before miami had basketball the boston celtics <hes>. Were you know they were something that greg. Cody was following the boston teams down here and we'll get to that in a second but i want more bill walton sound..

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"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"And he took a band of players who didn't really understand what they were getting into an almost all of them immediately regretted what it is they had done on and it is an interesting documentary but dennis rodman was on television. I believe it was on c._n._n. And he was defending with all of the players behind him scared okay like kenny anderson and glenn robinson. They're all like looking around. What have we done. What did we do here. We we decided to come to north korea with <hes> with dennis rodman. We were led here by dennis. Rodman and dennis rodman says don't worry. I got it guys. I'm gonna go on c._n._n. Now with all of you behind me and i'm going to defend our decision in in literally the least coherent way possible and you can see the fear and regret start sweeping line him as he does this during a c._n._n. Interview don't use these guys as a shield for you. Dennis listen listen. Listen listen. Let me the people on the moral role in the world. I'm going to be one. You'll guy behind the mike right now. We are the guys here doing one thing. We go back to america and take the abuse do you you know bruce. Will we take let me know will one one day one day open really game off the top rope said nothing it was just nonstop say one thing gibberish and he was right. He was one day donlevatar. Why are you so battle this stu gods. I can't answer that. That's a good one. Though i've been thinking about law b._c._c. donlevatar show with those two guys on e._s._p._n. Radio stu gods his weekend observations are gonna be in fifteen minutes. <hes> we've got some great baseball all sound from bill walton that it's taken us a minute to get to but <hes> billy has been very excited to get to the bill walton unsound that we have from baseball game. It is the regular season game that i was most excited about in quite some time and like this goes back to when before before there was two wild card teams when there was at extra game one sixty three when there was a tie. This surpassed really all of that. Oh yeah dan this surpassed all. Do you think that on a normal look this is something you guys need to know about me that you may not know. I don't want to stay up very late. Okay nothing good happens after midnight as they say so interesting up getting laid very much ten o'clock on a friday to watch a baseball game not something that i would normally do especially between two teams that i don't particularly care for like the angels and the white sox okay whatever like why would i stay up on a friday night to watch that came normally but bill walton was calling the game and there were times in the game when i wondered has bill walton ever watched baseball before i know he's been to a game because a couple of weeks ago he had that whole dead and company thing where he was throwing on multiple first pitches and delaying so he's been to baseball games but he didn't seem to really understand the concept of a lot of things that were going on. He didn't seem to know how many outs there would be an in innings. At one point he said to the other the other announcer he said all right now what happens after just routine out so it was kind of adventure and i'm going to be honest with you. I believe that it totally utterly totally lived up to expectations all right well. We've got some clips. It must be a nightmare. It must be a nightmare to work with bill walton on on these broadcasts if you're the play by play well. Here's the thing about that. It's like working with belly. It was his idea so they had done a basketball game before and he came up with with the idea to have bill walton. Come into the booth and do this and it didn't even start in the game. It was before the game pre-game already talking about hitting balls past saturn they gave him. I'm a glove where he was instead of doing. Replace at one point he was just doing the replays and the booth himself with the glove unlike tag they were all in on this. I guess it was seventy. It's a good idea idea man..

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"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:32 min | 2 years ago

"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"That's kind of serious impact impact on on all the terrible offensively terrible offensive player but didn't he averaged eighteen rebounds for a couple years. He had a couple of seasons where he led the league in rebounding but let's play this trailer and gamble. Put this on the poll as well. Please at lebatardshow. Is there any chance whatsoever that thirty for thirty on dennis rodman isn't good at thirty four rebounds in one game now. If you guys wanna play the games about play the game thirty for thirty trailers the one that came off the to my head. I was the dentist dion sanders one that it was a really good trailer when that trailer came out was really good but i think this one takes the cake. How do you feel about the cleanliness of how all of that came out of your mouth. They're not great at all. I play the trailer roy. Is this really you are or is this a big image building campaign who is the real dennis rodman the force of nature that he was was was under he was jimi hendrix wilt chamberlain rodman turned the indian upside down on his you never think back and say to yourself now dennis rodman which one was very clingy cow. He was very shy. Skinny he was awkward. He missed father feet cosmo which battling pulling his inner demons dennis rodman did dirty work better than anybody in n._b._a. History bottom out of difficult emotional time this season that i believe it was gonna at all. My god here comes the legend of dennis rodman. It freaked out a lot of people sportsworld. It became more about performance art. Did perform also give them what they want. Okay that's what made it bends. Rodman the party's everything came apart at the same show and just see my son often said dentists north korea ambassador swamy. He was an accidental hero. Mike him he is alone. Russell is a really beautiful person. There's it's never been another demographic say that the music is really helping pink eye and i think we need to do it acapella so that you guys could see whether this is freddie mercury acapella britney spears acapella because i don't think that trailer is nearly early that good without the rise and fall of that music and i believe there was a cello that made an appearance in there violin. I don't i don't know but something dramatic made an appearance at goosebumps. It's like six times. I remove them music and let's see if it works. Let's see if it works the same way my i <hes> my favorite memorable sound from dennis. Rodman is something that i wanna play in the next segment. We're going to get to that jerry. Jones sound <hes> as well well because i want to hear the over laugher one identify the over laugher and i wanna have the over laugher on our show. Robin had a season where he averaged four point seven points per game and seventeen rebounds. The band's pregame yasser broadcasted an orgy hard. I get many complaints about why you cut cody off so much. Why don't you let him talk more. He has no governor whatsoever for what others find interesting. It's just for what he finds interesting and what he finds interesting is himself stugatz. I'm interested in people so maybe people are interested in me. That's my governor governor. This is the dan le batard show with two guys on e._s._p._n. Radio well. We are having raging fistfight around here about whether or not befriending north korean dictator is in the top ten facts on <hes> dennis. Rodman stugatz just blurted moments ago. He married himself. I so we are going to see if we can put together a top ten facts about dennis rodman for for your enjoyment. I love robin because you think about him. I as the off court free and the clown and all that stuff but man in the nineteen nineties for three different teams. He led the league in rebounding seven years in a row. That's an all time record the next most consecutive rebounding titles five by moses malone and was such your headache that he played for three different teams during those severance man per- i mean who's been he was six seven officially which means you probably six six. That'll be the best rebounder thunder of all time for his size right the best <hes> probably yeah <hes> hammer barclay i guess on the pole guillermo at lebatardshow stranger body type to lead the league in rebounding dennis this rodman or charles barkley.

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The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Now. That's a french name stugatz. Ho taylor is a french name. You look if there were phone books anymore. If you look up a montreal phonebook my surname would be like smith or jones in the mid west. I mean it co- tae is is such a common name. I make a reservation at motions under the name coattail in gold in alabama. They had play a nit a red carpet just for me and my party party to walk in because i'm a coach in montreal. It's a marvelous thing magical d._c._c. Don le batard show with the two guys on e._s._p._n. Radio so so we will get to chris cody fouzy azam for this dennis rodman thirty for thirty. It can't be anything other than great because dennis rodman men was a pioneer in so many ways not the least of which he was basically the advent of reality television. He was is the movement of mtv into something other than music videos. He was <hes> the diva star athlete pushing boundaries as before a lot of other guys were and he did that after being a guy who in the detroit pistons organization was so painfully shy that when he had to speak doc <hes> before groups he would just start crying because he didn't like doing it and he turns from that into somebody who's comfortable dressing as a drag queen and <hes> <hes> and being <hes> somebody long before it was popular fashionable long before it was something that was more acceptable than it is now he <hes> he was advocating on behalf of the idea of kissing men and being free with your sexuality yeah. It's really amazing that when you make a list the top ten most interesting things about dennis rodman befriending the dictator north korea doesn't even make the top ten top ten. What's interesting thing i would like. I mean one of them has to be that. His father fathered forty nine kids and was actually named philander angry. His name was actually philander wasn't phil which it was philander self-fulfilling prophecy that chris what what was the trailer our extraordinary. Oh it's just so good i mean the the sound bites in it are obviously good of little snippets of his life but i mean the music i i knew that dennis it is robin was incredibly interesting but i didn't really know that i wanted this thirty for thirty and then i saw this trailer oh my god with the music and then all the little one liners. I think it will work on radio. We can play ah well. We'll play it in a second but chris. How much are you familiar because you have a way because of your age your generation of having missed out on some stuff that for our r._h. And we just did the oldest segment we've ever done missile command and playing outdoors. I mean it was god. I'm saying mom calls for data. Mom calls in for dinner. Enter with god's help add need to double down on just sounded older than greg cody during that segment. How much do you actually know about dennis rodman because i think it has to be in the top ten befriending north korea's dictator. I don't think there's a chance it's not though it on the poll is befriending north korea's dictator in the top ten unusual facts about dennis rodman. I've learned more about him in more more recent years but at the time when he was playing he was just the wacky guy who i've seen in a wedding dress who had green hair. That's really what he was to me when he played. Maybe i don't know maybe the most difficult to explain dominating defensive rebounding presence we've ever seen it's either him or barclay. I think in terms of berkeley leading the league in rebounding six four six five or that guy at that frame that size being better at rebounding than anybody will it was just because barclay was a score score barkley could give you twenty five thirty points a game did <hes> dennis rodman affected games big games championship games scoring five points..

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"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Like you're going and you're just playing video games instead of actually going to a batting cage it's kind of outrageous and upset about it and then i was watching the little league classic which is like one of the major league teams play like in williamsport and avery was calling the game and then he just kinda throws this out there which like really alarmed me just talking about not retiring. This is the first generation of kids that will not outlive their parents and to think that there's more kids today playing east sports the physical sports. It's something as parents. We have to really promote going outside and playing mattie. When we grew up it was it was atari but you have to go outside and klay for five to four or five hours kids today too many times choose to stay inside can't play video games so here's the thing lord normally just kind head of ignore this but he was kind of saying something similar to what i was thinking and then it was like it's just a rod saying something but that's kind of a serious thing that he's saying that kids aides are gonna die before their parents but i don't even know where he he knows something. We don't certainly great question to answer googling. I'm like where's he getting this from. I can't find this anywhere. I can't can't find any sources but remember when the rock told us that we killed osama bin laden before everybody else knew he was right about that always a-rod right about this like are we going to die before our parents you gay rob would just throw it out. There was not in rome. Where is he getting that from by the way atari amazing i've missile command one of the great gains of all time also going outside a little overrated agreed. Put it on the pull. Hot at lebatardshow is going outside overrated and it's right is he wrong. Is he making that up. Where did that come from is missile command put that at lebatardshow is missile command one of the great video games of all time. Maybe it's my man one on one training but going outside is not overrated. Playing outside is the best pastime time that ever existed really is all right. Put that on the poll as well as playing outside <hes>. This is the most upset i've ever heard you billy. There was a disown. I'm sorry tony's defense. There was a time where you would just go out no video games. Perhaps you had an atari. You played a little missile command but you would just go outside and play and you would play and you would play. It's a mom came outside and said it's dinnertime. That was a great time. It really was a great time to be alive now granted. I'm the guy who spent five continuous years ears inside his bedroom cloistered playing strategy matic baseball however as much as i wanna make fun of a rod he has a point he has a point. What's the point that we're gonna die before like outside inside video games whatever the point is that <hes> between each sports and video games and the obsession with virtual reality. You're inclined to be indoors not getting any exercise having more fun yeah while you get fat bilo i for some ads. I feel like we still don't have answers. We're gonna are- we were going to reassess in the next segment. We're gonna look something's dying of video game. I don't know they've the rainforest on fire. I don't know there. Are things happen. Everywhere there happened. It's sitting around getting fat. That's what greg is saying gangqi and his all get solved by going outside instead of playing video games according to what he knows dr run off to rod not dr rod is just. How do you get banned for a year from your sport art. When you're already kind of the great does it count. If i go outside in virtual reality a good question we will explore all all of them and play the over laughter of a reported of the jerry jones sound in the next segment stu gods here for moms. The clock watching starts around three. That's that's about the time kids get home from school. Are there are they safe. Peace of mind is why parents reading blink x t to security cameras.

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The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"In a in a game of poker <hes> i think he's trying to put more of the pressure on ezekiel elliot by making a comment that suggests you know what zico we're ready to move on without him. You better sign chris mortenson <hes> explained to us and we'll get you that sound in the second the overlapping sound and the jerry jones now. He is signed greg. He doesn't wanna play under that contract right but but in the hold out is what is what i mean chris mortenson told us and it's right that jerry jones as soon as the cameras go off. He's laughing to himself about all of it because jerry jones has shown over time consistently bentley is that he doesn't mind the circuits he really believes the p. T. barnum ideas of just give me your attention and i will find all all the suckers because he doesn't think any of this is actually problematic. He does not mind hell man. He wasn't even finding the crimes of those glory day the cowboys that problematic given that they kept the actual crimes sportsmanship crimes the crimes that ended up in the courtroom because it was all part of cowboys cowboys boys being boys. Dallas is probably the fourth best team in the n._f._c. so jerry jones is thinking you know what this could. It'd be a super bowl year for me then he relents and sign in it extends height are the giants in washington. You think are better than no. I e saying in the the whole n._f._c. i think the saints and rams and arguably the the bears and eagles and then you get to dallas so the question is what is jerry jones think about his team and this season if he thinks that he's in the hunt for super bowl then he extends ezekiel elliott makes them happy and goes full strength if he thinks you know what this is not a super bowl year for us then he he can afford to play hardball a greg the reason one of the reasons this thing is fascinating and interesting is because if you look at the past super bowl winners none of them had a great running back todd gurley they went into the super bowl. They didn't win it but they got their basically with c. J. anderson right and so it's really a tricky situation. You have this running back who i think we all agree is a top two or three running back in the n._f._l. While but teams have shown you don't need a running back super bowl eagles running backs for pretty good that year that they won the super bowl but that offensive line was really good as well. What will the pittsburgh experience hurts <hes> ezekiel because pittsburgh loses levy on bell plugs in another running back who does pretty damn mm-hmm well and so the drop off is slight enough where you can live with it at that position. Billy is <hes> spending his morning filled with fear <hes> again again. It's every morning it's always with afternoon to evening <hes> but the latest reason for fear. It's something that a rod. <hes> said he said it over the weekend. Social commentary from a rod is is funny. <hes> just generally funny <hes> <hes> for a number of different reasons but when you think of glamour superficiality i think of what he is doing right now with his entire a love life personal life everything that he is doing and so. I don't really want a rod telling me how to raise anybody's children or what societal societal woes are but billy's afraid of what iran is saying well. Here's the thing dan there's a lot going on right now. In the world and i was looking up different things over the weekend again and one of the things that i saw was the little league world series they had a virtual reality homerun derby and i was like whoa what what's that about and then i was driving around and i saw a sign for a place that was going to open soon and it's a virtual reality batting cage and i'm like what's happening in the world that people aren't actually hitting things.

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The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"30%" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Spot cass in the way that we prepare you for the football season beyond asking drew brees only questions about the time that he killed an alligator later with his bare hands is we do the sui awards are annual awards show. We do it every year right before. Football season starts and so next ext week you will have the sui awards. It's sort of a it's a recall and reminiscing about all of the funny and weird things that happened over the last year and it about the most fun we have so that is going to be next week. I really do though greg want to get into what get your thoughts are because i just heard will cain during one of the commercials for e._s._p._n. Radio saying that the jerry jones joke zeke who was was benign and what i would say to will cain is not if it were your money <hes> not if you were holding out in the president of this company as soon as you went out. They put someone nelson your spot and he said <hes> will who right. I guess as you wouldn't find that quite as funny. It'd be belly laughing yeah if you were scared for your job if you turn if you're totally disposable the way you already has not him. Just anybody is e._s._p._n. I think what what was trying to say. Though is that zeke should have he should have full security. He should feel very secure in his place. Jerry jones the dallas cowboys and it was just kind of a joke but to your point you're right. I mean if our boss comes out and says that about well after two two weeks off at someone comes up and puts up a decent ratings. He's not laughing. I mean i don't care. I'm not laughing. It's certainly not benign if the agent and the player feel disrespected by the comment you know when i first heard jerry jones say it my initial instinctive thought was that he just making a an off hand quip to get get those belly laughs from the media and the media always tend to over laugh whenever anybody says anything the least bit funny but i don't think it was an off hand quip <hes> <hes>. I think that was jerry jones <hes> playing hardball. I think that was him bluffing..

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30 For 30 Podcasts

08:33 min | 2 years ago

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"Well. They have been the buffalo braves. They've been the san diego clippers and now they are ten years in l._a. They've had eight different coaches just in los angeles k._c. Z. year and a half schuler your and a half calvin fill-in brown year and a half why they're searching so long for a new coach. He's only going to be there your and a half at least there's consistency awesome seeing this french. At every level of the organization the clippers were a revolving door and if there had been an exit interview on the way out route one of the most common reasons for leaving would've been mister sterling and yes. That's what he made. Everyone call him. It was always mister. Sterling link ralph remembers assistant coach will telling him about a coach's meeting back in the early nineties and they're having a meeting at a hotel suite and and dave goes will don the thing we have to do with and he said they stopped the meeting immediately sterling sternly and forcefully said it's mister sterling donald made everyone call and mister sterling even us reporters we used to joke we wondered if shelly called mister sterling mm-hmm but it wasn't a joke donald made the cover of sports illustrated in two thousand as the man responsible for the worst franchise in the history of sports. <hes> sports are about winning and losing and as an owner. You're supposed to put your team in a position to win because that's how the rest of the world measures your success us by how your team performed on the court but that's not how donald measure success because he was making money off the team the same way he was off fits properties just by holding onto them and investing the bare minimum and by following that one binding principle location location and location philosophy is i got a team in los angeles. The people are coming out because they're fans of the n._b._a. And visiting teams and it's true for a longtime clippers ads would feature the other teams players. Come see the clippers play michael jordan charles barkley to sterling a ticket sold. What was the ticket sold and donald could just sell tickets based on other teams stars. Why should he bother trying to get any of his own. Each year. Negotiations chasen's with our draft picks were extremely difficult instead of meeting halfway or one side coming down inside coming up some and trying to compromise our ships position jason was we just keep lowering they offer every week you see you knew donal could always come in and undermine a deal after his early early days as jerry buses assistant drum stanley went on to be a player agent and no agent ever wanted to do with the clippers because of donald donald john was known for breaking his word in deal so you always had to know that when you deal with the clippers that anything can happen at any moment donald with his training thing is a piano lawyer most of the time you get your money in a settlement from the insurance company and you never accept the first offer because his not the real offer and the best offers at the courthouse steps this negotiating tactic had made donald hundreds of millions of dollars in his real estate business but the courtroom steps approach doesn't work in the n._b._a. because in the n._b._a. You're dealing with people not buildings. Donald what you don't realize is your buildings. They can't talk back back to you. Human beings can talk back to you. Don casey was the head coach of the clippers for one year and nine hundred eighty nine. That was the year the clippers first round draft. Pick nick. Danny ferry opted to sign with an italian team rather than play for donald sterling's team. The reputation of the clippers was that bad in three different seasons. That didn't even win twenty games that makes them the losing n._b._a. Team of the eighties and working for the losing team was about as dysfunctional optional as you'd expect it to be when it gets dicey because the <hes> bunker mentality every doors closed you walk up and down the whole torture all close because he wanted to see you or a on and be involved or late on what to say while a good <unk> owner might take a struggling team and grab the reins sterling was just the opposite the last week of season. He was started disappearing. He's not around because somebody else's you're on fire you he would call me down to his office on wilshire and beverly hills and i go upstairs and sit sitting this giant room with hardly any furniture this this marvelous desk and a couple of expensive pieces and you'd you'd sit there in this this parquet floor and he would want to know everything that <hes> he thought he was not privy to from the general manager of the p._r. People or the coach or whatever whatever and would ask you a bunch of questions none of which you wanted to answer perhaps no move better exemplified donald sterling as an owner then moving to the staple center. The staple center was a wildly ambitious project in downtown. Los angeles developed by the owners of the l._a. Kings hockey team a brand new arena meant to accommodate accommodate multiple teams able to handle hockey and basketball on the same day state of the art concert venue the kind that he needed the developer is more than they needed him so as donald wasted their time with never-ending negotiations. They decided okay. What are we go all the way now. We're going to buy part of the lakers jerry to move the team into stables. They may jerry buss a deal. He could not refuse fuse construction began with the lakers as their prime tenant and then they're l._a. Kings by the time donald finally agreed to terms the clippers were third billing the worst days worst locker rooms everything but even when he lost he won the clippers began playing at the staple center in one thousand nine hundred nine and that along with the accompanying cable tv deal drastically boosted the value of the team without him having to agree to any big money contracts with star players or winning a single game same ticket sales increased by two hundred and sixty six percent because it was downtown because it was a shiny new venue that people wanted to go to because it was the same place the lakers played if you couldn't get into a lakers game baby check out the clippers and all that increased revenue went right into donald sterling's pocket he'd only pay twelve and a half million for the team in the first place. The profit margin was incredible. You know who he didn't share it with or who who didn't profit from it anyone who played for him. Nobody had to bear the burden of donald cheap desk as an owner or than his own players wash. You spend any more money. It's gracie any money that i spend on these players. Just give them money from my pocket to the players. We definitely notice that stuff was different between our team and other other teams when i got to cleveland cleveland had they all playing pranks facility was in the stadium. Darius miles was drafted in two thousand often alongside his good friend quentin richardson. They quickly learned that there was no such luxury for clippers players in fact the team didn't even have its own practice facility. They practice at south west l._a. College a junior college. You got a professional team in there practicing at a facility facility that isn't even suitable for d one college team. This.

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10:36 min | 3 years ago

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"Evans. I did it every. Doing definitely did it. Of course he didn't. She's like a known dick jar the did evidence. It's overwhelming. So.

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01:30 min | 3 years ago

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14:11 min | 3 years ago

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"There's a little thirty for thirty parody in the movie, drew does one about the karate kid that just came out a few weeks ago. There's a bunch more and a few of them have been done by two producers. Tony send a and Dan paroled? They worked at college humor for awhile where they made a few parodies built around some nineteen ninety sports movies, the first one they did was about Space Jam basically treating it as if it were real game I was home watching TV and, and they break in and say, Michael Jordan is teaming up with the bunny to take on a group of alien basketball. Remember, this is nineteen ninety five the day before we didn't even know that aliens existed now not only are the out there, but they're playing basketball with his air nece himself. Then.

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01:44 min | 3 years ago

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"Three hundred cities where the people in those three hundred cities think they're the only ones who know about that one place, three hundred cities where people miss someone in one of the other two hundred ninety nine cities, three hundred cities where people sing in the car or in the shower or both poorly delta isn't flying to three hundred cities merely to bring us together, but to show us we're not that far apart in the first place. Delta, he climbing. Hello and welcome to thirty for thirty podcasts. My name is Jody African our tenth anniversary series rose on so far, we've been playing pretty straight talking to directors and subjects, but today we're going to spend some time looking at a few thirty for thirty parodies as we've been discussing thirty for thirty s tried to take a new approach to sports stories in sports documentaries and has become part of the sports vernacular, which has then left it open to parody whenever there's a big sporting event, you get people saying, I can't wait for the thirty for thirty on this or even gaming out. What that thirty for thirty would look like on Twitter and elsewhere, I certainly can't watch sports without thinking about how we would take that on and ten or fifteen years. People are always writing their own. What if I told you tag lines whenever there's a particularly dramatic event, and then there have been some proper parodies as well. People have made fake thirty for thirty films over the years and posted them, online and through those parodies actually think you can learn a lot about the thing that we are all making fun of and sports documented. In general, watching all these has definitely made me think about what makes a good sports documentary work from the kinds of story lines. You see over and over to the kinds of experts that get interviewed, and the way the archival footage is used. So some of the parodies that we've noticed college humor recently did one about NBA jam, that call.

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04:37 min | 3 years ago

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"About your new film Dominican, Jimmy can tell us what it's about specifically. But then why don't you start by telling us if you feel like it fits into this larger any of the larger things we've been talking about. Yeah. I mean, Felipe Lopez was probably the most hyped, New York City, schoolboy basketball player of all time. His legend was so big. It was a little bit LeBron esque. They would talk about him like he was this magical basketball player from another planet the oh, he jumped over three people and he had sixty points. Lopez guys on great. What's his name flea? Bill opus is good. There. Chance to see him play for the first time. Ledger was real. I mean, poppy was what it was all cracked up to be. Culminating in him being on the cover.

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