17 Burst results for "40 Guys"
Myths and Legends
"40 guys" Discussed on Myths and Legends
"Some Viking leaders go for power. They stack the deck with the biggest, most jacked guys. Some go for cruelty. You can win a fight without the fight. If they're scared you're going to do something terrible after. Cigar, the prince who saved his friends went for hotness. When he came of age, his dad gave him a castle, an earldom, and three ships. In case he ever wanted to go raiding, he did, but not in the way that his dad hoped, that violent murdery way. He made a tour of the kingdom, picking up the hottest guys, and I'm not even joking. The story says he picked up the most handsome guys for his boats, and then, well, they made the rounds. With the three ships at 40 guys a ship, it was like 120 romance novel covers riding into town, hair flowing in the wind, shirts open, and they did pretty well for themselves. In fact, the kings and nobles hated it when their daughters disappeared for three days straight. But cigars father was such a powerful king that no one said anything. They did raid sometimes, and they won, maybe because he was a great fighter, maybe because his enemies were blinded by his glinting oiled Dwayne Johnson pecks. Who knows? The takeaway here is that he's very much better known for his exploits with the ladies than on the battlefield. Then he arrived in tartaria. Tatari is basically Asia. It stretches from the Ural Mountains up to and including Japan. So some big range culturally. We're just going to flatten all that out and say that it had one king. Hair gear, who had three daughters, hilder, Sydney, and the oldest. Inge, who we're going to call indie from now on, like the story does. The king, Kyrgyz, was starting to get antsy about Succession. His two brothers had disappeared mysteriously while out hunting, and so he remarried. After the death of his wife. And the stepmother made things a little weird. When she tried to set up her brothers with their new nieces, the daughters refused, and the king agreed. And that was that. Until the king died, the very next day. Now, Inge knew it was up. She knew her stepmom was a troll. That's not a euphemism. She was an actual evil creature from the forest, and yeah, she murdered the king when she didn't get her way. But the death of a king did not go the way she thought. Inge was a savvy political operator and got the swords of the castle on her side. To the point where she could demand that her troll stepmother exile herself. Never to return. Unfortunately, she also let the woman get the last word in. And yeah, when fighting which trolls, don't let them do that. Sisters would be turned into a sow and a fold. And they wouldn't be able to escape from that curse, as long as the trolls stepmom's brothers lived. And Inge, Inge would be faithful to no one. She would have many suitors, but she would destroy every one of them. She would be so greedy that she would covet everything she saw. In these statements would hold until someone smashed the egg, holding the trolls stepmom's spirit on indie's nose. But that wouldn't happen because the troll stepmom looked after the thing herself. Inge held up a hand. That would be quite enough. She looked her stepmother square in the eyes. It seemed knew some of the magic too. Those will be the troll stepmothers last words for as long as she lived. The stepmother opened her mouth and beyond. She kept yawning after that. Her eyes grew wide, she covered her mouth and ran from the room. He didn't do that like 5 minutes earlier and not get the curse. Who knows? Now, I've talked in the past how I think maiden king is kind of a silly term, but here it is again. Inge assumed the role of sole ruler for the kingdom. She figured if she was destined to destroy all of her suitors, why not skip the whole process and just rule on her own? She was a skilled state's person. She was fearsome, and no one dared to pose her will. And the Viking guys. They loved it. They couldn't resist. They were those cartoon wolves with the bulging eyes and the tongue rolling out of their mouths, and they sailed to ingest kingdom
Fore The People
"40 guys" Discussed on Fore The People
"It. John, we want to see John Peterson today. And we sit on the 7th green for four and a half hours, and they're John comes to better get there early. Unfortunately, he has a bad hole, and he's not all that nice to people. And then he moves on and then we watch him a number of other people who were not all that somebody with. You and I, all of us are, but the average golf audience who's watching the tournament mayakoba today doesn't can't really place a name to a face with most of the first page of the leaderboard. That is the nature of most PJ tour events, not the new elevated events, but most PGA Tour events. With Liv golf, that's not the case. You're going to see 20, 30, 40 guys, who you know. And who you maybe have been a fan of if your golf audience and like so many people who come to a tournament have never been to a golf tournament before they're like, this is kind of cool, you know? You get the top golf audience out there that's like, this is kind of cool. This isn't what I pictured. And I think that is a big part of the groundswell of the people who do like live, moving forward. That's a huge part of yeah. I mean, I like what you said about Bill Gates component too, because it makes sense. Everybody's shotgun starting at the same time. It's like, it's going to a game. It's basically going to a game. You're going to a football game, right? Going to a football game. Whatever, 7 o'clock DM, well, I mean, you get their probably, they're probably not seen off 7th game it with. Maybe there might be a 12 15 one 13 or two 15, yes. But yes. So you're there? You're there. Your party knowing they tee off and then your boom, you go watch whoever you want. The one thing that BD and I have noticed the most through this whole entire deal. And like Liv started with bigger players as the season continued. But like a lot of people, you know, Twitter can be this depressing deal just looking at shit, comments all the time. People just pop off. No one really knows who they are, or they just pop off with no context. That's kind of how you roll on Twitter, but there's a lot of people that just want to watch golf. Like it's on the PGA Tour, their favorite players are playing. It's on live, like they're just fans of golf, you know? So the money part, it's like, well, they're playing for a lot of money, but also they probably watch if they were playing for who knows what. And it's different, so they watch it. People want to watch cam Smith play golf. DJ play golf, right? And Joaquin niemann play golf. So there's a bunch of fans that are just games that are fans of golf in general. And I don't think
Big Time Baseball
"40 guys" Discussed on Big Time Baseball
"Works for you, your neighbor, your neighbor's neighbor and his neighbor's neighbor. It's roundup. Weed and grass killer with short shot want. When used as directed always read and follow pesticide label directions. Your tuned in to big time baseball with Tony gwyn junior John hayman and Cody decker. But in terms of the ball, that is that is the thing that I have been watching the most. And it was interesting. I went back and looked at like 2019, which was the last real regular season fans from the start, right? I got to about 40 guys, I believe. Of who hit 20 home runs or more. And the list and the number at that point was 24. I hadn't even gotten into the high 20s at that point. That's how many guys to your point about, you know, not everybody being able to drive the ball to the ballpark. These are back to the baseballs that I think most of us remember, whether there was a time where it was power hitters and guys who could who had that attribute that were doing it, not everybody. And so I think it has a level to playing field and it has brought a little more value to guys who hit the ball on the line. It's also going to affect how analytics data was brought up, right? Because if the ball has changed that much, the data was based off of a lot of it recently on that ball that we were using. And it gave a specific exit velocity a specific launch angle that usually got the ball to ballpark was seeing those numbers and balls aren't getting out of the ballpark anymore, John. Yeah, absolutely. It certainly affects everything. And I think it was a good idea. Yeah. It was a reaction in 2019 where everybody was a home run hitter again. You know, going back to like the steroid years and they finally said, let's make the game a little the way it should be, which is I mean, it's not 1968, but obviously the batting averages are down. The home runs are down a bit. But I like it better that we have, you know, real home run hitters, and we have real stars, not everybody's going to hit 20 home runs. And you know, other players will have their roles and do their thing. And you know, I think it's positive. We won't get into it. I like the fact that they're going to legislate against the shift next year because we got to get that batting average up. That's a debate for another day, but I know a lot of people are very much against that, but you know, this has been going for 15 years when the race started the shift and players just have not been able to adjust. I think I've given up on that. And the one thing one thing you've mentioned was the AL MVP, which is interesting. Yeah, you know what? I think he's probably the favorite because of what he can do going forward. I mean, he's obviously been very good already, both ways. But if it was a vote today, I think it's today, I think it was a judge or drought. Although, you know, what has been pretty amazing to him. The angels, they got three MVP kids, right? But I think it's probably at the moment. And I agree that, you know, if you look at the big picture, macro, as they say, the year who's the favorite Otani is the probably the favorite, but right now, if you had a vote, I think it's a drought judge vote and you know, it's great to see proud judge Aaron Arnold Machado, you know, I think that's the way it should be. In growing companies, there's two kinds of CFOs. The one overwhelmed with manual processes, errors, and lack of control of the numbers, and the one who uses NetSuite. By Oracle, the number one cloud financial system, with visibility and.
Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"40 guys" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show
"Like I'm just a guy asking questions. So I mean, as we've seen with Kevin Durant, once you leave Steph Curry, things aren't so sweet anymore. I'm trying to like this dude is not old? No. In all seriousness, they found another clay at the worst. Like not defensively, sure, but I mean, he hit that like pull up deep three yesterday, like Memphis is going to run, he just walks it up, pull up deep three from the right. He had 6 points in like 13 seconds. Yeah. He's terrifying. He's a problem. They have to figure out how it's going to work because they are running into an issue where too many of their good players are like guards, like Steph, you mentioned Steph claypool and she could be too. That's going to be tough against certain teams, but I don't want to start thinking about the top 100 because I'm going to drive me literally crazy. Like I'm not going to be I'm not going to show up to the sun's game tonight and I'm going to be like, I was trying to figure out where to rank Jordan Poole. Jordan Poole's true shooting in the playoffs right now in a 199 minutes is 72.1%. I'm willing to say he's a top 40 guy. I'm willing to say he's a top 40 guy. He's 22 years old. For projecting forward for what he can do next season off of the playoff run that he's on right now. I know there was some clunkers in the nugget series, but he also is playing with two of, I mean, gravity doesn't begin to explain what Stefan clay have. Correct, absolutely. And you see it when they're interacting directly. When it'll set like a ghost screen and the defense will just melt into a puddle. But I mean, the production is the production, the shot making is the shot making. The shop hit one three where she got slapped in the head yesterday. From 30 feet, his handle, you say he's like clay. He's closer to Steph. He's like a mix. Yeah. He's like, he's got handle independent shot creation. He's obviously faster than clay ever was. I mean, it's two point percentages through the roof. He finishes. He's a very special. He gets some sick layups. Yeah, his finishing. Yeah, yeah, man. That is, that's crazy. Top 15 players. Remember what everyone was like in the finals. When the warrior, it was like, oh, should the warriors trade for Damien Lillard like how is that going to work? This isn't that because it's not like pool is like a high pick and roll player, but it's pretty crazy to see them add a shooter of his caliber to what they had there. It's nuts..
Game Theory Podcast
"40 guys" Discussed on Game Theory Podcast
"I think Sharif Cooper was a much better prospect. Cooper went 47 last year, something like that. And I shaved Cooper like 23 in a better draft. I have any Chandler like 20 right now. So yeah. Okay, I'm up. I'm 22nd. I am going one down more from duke. Okay. This is a guy that I had outside the first round. So this is my first one outside the first round. I do feel he's come back down to earth and that Miami game, but I do like how he's been all season. You could argue he's potentially dukes most valuable player, but maybe not most outstanding player. He's shooting 54% for the field, 38% from three. He has to keep that three point percentage up to be a threat for me to kind of take him into 20 range. I like that he's primarily off the ball and still around 5 assists per game, which is shown real growth. He hits the boards, he takes good shots for the most part. And when he plays that role of primary facilitators comfortable and his defense has been solid to very solid, he's a rotation player in the right place, not a player I see being a star can be effective maybe like right off the bench or 5th starter or just a different look than your lineup may be on the court. Look, maybe this is me like having flashbacks because I really like Jacob Evans coming into the draft. Yes. And this profile screams Jake Roberts to me. Guy who isn't super comfortable shooting from distance. I know he's shooting 38. Jake Devin's shot a reasonable number from distance as well from the college line. I don't know that I've seen one or more take like an NBA level three. Or like an NBA distance three this year. I haven't seen every duke game, so like please don't yell at me and send me clips. Yeah. Turnover rate and there are three ACC games so far as he's like running the pseudo point like initiating their offense. 27.1. That's exceedingly high. His numbers have been much better against lower level competition. That's not to say he hasn't had good games against high level competition. But like you even go to the Ohio State game where he had 17 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists. I mean he went 7 for 15 from the field and scored 17 points essentially on 17 shooting possessions whenever you count in the free throws. Against Gonzaga, he was what? Look in here, 26 and 6. That was great, but like Gonzaga's perimeter defenders are not all that athletic. And I think that that's where you kind of see the ability to have success there. Against Kentucky, he went 12 points, three rebounds, three assists. I'm not saying I don't like him. He's still 20 years old. I don't think he turns 21 until like right before what would be his first year in the NBA. I have him as the top 40 guy, like I'm intrigued because he can really pass. He can dribble. There is some upside as a shooter. He defends hard. The question that I have, which I've kind of outlined before is just if he doesn't shoot, I don't know what the offense looks like because I think that that could really cripple his game a little bit..
"40 guys" Discussed on WCPT 820
"The orders that are going on in the world in the subcutaneous people get killed in the Black hills back to about my people Can you share with people at the news conference and with president Obama your case for why you should be your sentence should be commuted why you want clemency For one allow me to put up a defense As manufactured evidence manufactured witnesses Orchard witnesses Goes on Good candidate for after 37 years At least That was Leonard felt here One guest who has appeared multiple times and democracy now over the years is the imprisoned former Black Panther and journalist mumia Abu Jamal We're going to interrupt the broadcast because right now we have just gotten a call from mumia Abu Jamal from prison in Pennsylvania when we Jamal was speaking to us for the first time no longer on death row This call was from the state correctional institution at michonne and is subject to monitoring and recruiting You probably heard me refer to life as slow death row It sounds a little dramatic but it is really more truth to it than high appropriately And that's because in Pennsylvania it has the highest population of one of the highest populations in the state of lifers In fact juveniles with life sentences And in Pennsylvania there is no radiation all lifers or lifers and that's for their whole life It slow death row to be sure And when you see as I've seen going through chow are going to a meal and seeing what I call the million man wheelchair march It makes an impact on you You look up in the morning and there are 30 or 40 guys going through the handicap line And they're in wheelchairs And although some are young most are quite old Life means life in Pennsylvania The words of mumia Abu Jamal after a break will continue our look.
The Tim Ferriss Show
"40 guys" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Tyson so it was fist up. He's like, you got a problem? And I was like, and I was like, holy shit. The white, you're like, favorite person? I grew up with that about, you know, so he says, jump in. It's like jumping the liver with him and we drive to the hotel he's staying at and I'm doing magic to him. It's amazing. And along the way, he says to me, he says, you know, I wasn't supposed to be the heavyweight champ. He's like, I didn't have I wasn't tall enough it didn't have long arms. He's like, but I had nothing to lose. And when you have nothing to lose, you have everything to gain. And I was kind of like that was like another great piece of information from Mike Tyson. These types of encounters just blow my mind because if I look at your chronology at 18, I think it was and I don't know if this was a milestone or not, but you I believe this is when you jump to turn style, gotten some trouble for that? Yeah. Can you tell people I was doing magic and restaurants? And it started as a waiter where I would do magic. And then I people wanted to come back and just sing me the magics. I started walking up and down, Park Avenue and trying to get different fancy restaurants to hire, not hire me, let me do magic to the people that were dining and then they would tip me. As I started doing that, I started getting hired by wealthy New Yorkers to do their parties and things like that. One night I was I jumped over a turnstile, and that's when Giuliani was sweeping everybody. I got locked up, but as I was going there, I kept breaking out of the cuffs with a cop, so they just loved that by the way. They actually did. I had to pause. They're like, hey guys, these aren't working. How do they respond to that? Yeah, no, no. They're all good. They know that I'm not really a threat, but you know, so they're just they know they just have to go through the motions. Yeah, so I get put in central booking and central booking is crazy. It's like everybody's in and out of Rikers. So it's like a tough room and you're being moved from one cell to another and there's like 40 guys in there. And I'm like, oh man, I'm going to get my ass kicked. So the four biggest guys are sitting on the ground playing spades. So I walk up to them and grab the deck of cards from them. And I'm like, let me show you something. Ready to kill me? Yeah. And I start to magic. And then what happened? Was they started to go crazy and these are the toughest guys in the cell. So then the whole cell is around me 30 guys or 20 some guys all going crazy. And then the guards come in. And everybody was reacting to me. Like they were all going crazy again. And I was like, wow, so these people on Park Avenue these super powerful people and then in prison, these guys, the reactions are so amazing and so similar, I want to show that. So that became the impetus for the first TV show, which was called street.
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"40 guys" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
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Newsradio 700 WLW
"40 guys" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"But with the infusion of young guys are more veterans, guys who've been in other places Mike Hilton and guys like that. I think it's going to be a much better group. Front to back then it was a year ago, and I just I know Trey Wayne's has been hurting. We haven't even seen him play. But there's just something it feels like Luann Romo, and that's been one of the storylines all camp. It feels like he's finally tapped into something, and you know what it means as coaches to have your guys. It sounds like he has his guys now they better go out and execute his player. He does, but I want to. When we get to the things we're questioning. One of them's gonna be my that Is going to be the D line for me, and we'll talk about that. But I agree. I think this look this is Zach Taylor's team. Yes. What was the stat like? Nobody from 2017 draft is even on this team about that. There are effects incredible 23 players on this team who have never played a snap for the Bengals. There's 40 guys on this team. Who came after 2019 or came starting 2019 4. That's a huge turtles. So this is his roster. And if you're saying, Hey, everything belongs to you. Now that the scene better Better perform. Can I give one optimism? Yes, I mean, let's talk about this schedule. I mean, there's six of the first the first nine games. There is six wins on there, right? I mean, the second half of the season. There better be is very daunting. Second half But first, if you look at Minnesota, which I'm still a little worry about. We'll get into that. But as Chicago you got Jacksonville you get at Detroit. You got the Jets. You know, there's some winnable games and there's some games where when you're talking about Joe Burrow getting back into the flow, which is the number one priority for this team number. One thing has to happen, I think Its least as as much as it can happen in the NFL. There's no terrible teams in the NFL, right, But there are certain teams you would like to play at certain times. I think early in this season for him develop and getting back on the street, the schedule matches up more favorable. Even the second half. Look at us. It's just like riding a bike. You just get right back on the bike and we start riding. It is the furniture Fair Roundtable show. We're live from Long Neck Sports Grill. In Wilder. Presented by.
KNST AM 790
"40 guys" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"7 90, Tucson's most stimulating talk Virginia or somewhere in California that can take you know, Days 24 48 hours for them to even get there, let alone You know, Jack up, get their plan together and then go hit. And so I like to see, Um us have the ability to do quick strikes. Um, and that goes with airstrikes as well. But I don't want to see these. I don't. I don't want to see these big conventional forces all over the globe. It's you know, it's too expensive. Um, And clearly we don't have the military leadership right now to, um You know, deal or even lead those types of forces. I mean, our generals right now are so concerned with white rage, critical race theory, Um and, you know, making the military a social experiment that Um, I think it's really time that this country pull back as much as we possibly can get our get our house in order before we start going around and trying to fix you know other things. He like Rangers, who you're listening to his on Kunst am 7 90 Eli for Arizona dot com. Is the the website running for Congress in congressional District one so I mean, that's what nothing. I wasn't asking me. We have this Secretary Defense Lloyd Austin. We have Mark Milley. How these guys don't resign in a hot second. I understand that they also could be carrying out Biden's flawed plan that he's doing purposefully, right. But I mean, if you are worth a grain assault Wouldn't you resign in protest at that point? I mean, either they get fired because they're incompetent or to just say I can't be a part of this and just make it make a scene and resign. Yeah, I can't imagine. I cannot imagine how being in that role And continuing to serve without standing on principle and actually doing what you just said and saying, You know what this goes against everything that I've ever been taught. It goes against my own principles and values. And for that matter, here's my resignation letter. And I wish I saw. I wish we saw that across the board and, you know, not just in the military, but I would like to see that. Um you know more of that with some of these, You know, police departments with some of these, uh Hospitals as well. Um, I would like to see people work together in unison and really put a hurting on these organizations that are throwing down. Um These work environments where it's basically you either you either do what you're told. You get vaccinated, whether you believe in it or not, whether or not your doctor thinks this is good for you or not. Or you're out of here. I would like to see more and more people stand on principle. And I know that that's really hard to do when you have, you know, dependence. Um, you know, but I think we need to see more people pushing back if we're going to Restore freedom and some normalcy in this country. Do you think I mean? I look at it. I think it's just unfair. If we send Troops are military into harm's way into Afghanistan. After Biden just cause this having to go against the terrorist the Taliban Isis they're working together. I think I mean, especially using our equipment, right? I mean, you know the one thing I noticed when Trump was on Hannity last week, he said. I talked to the leader of or we told we thought with leaders of Taliban And I said, I know exactly where you are. And I named the village. Right. I said we will take you out in a hot second. If you do anything to honor our troops in 18 months, But by not one troop was was killed. One member of military was killed. We know where they are, Don't we? Yeah, For the most part of me, So could we just mean instead of just having you know, sacrifice a whole bunch of Americans because Joe Biden is purposely trying to destroy this country. Would it be better than to just do the surgical airstrikes? That drone strikes things like that? Versus taking the chance of having any of our people killed. Well, I think it's always better if you can pull that off. But unfortunately, some operations can only go down when you have boots on the ground. Um and so in something in In this situation. I'd be really surprised if you could pull off. Um, re securing that airport and getting, um all of our folks out of there and our friends. And allies and the equipment that we need to get out of there without putting some more folks back in and to your point. It is unfair. It is unfair to call him out. Armed the Taliban, you know, let them have all these weapons and all this equipment and then send them back in. But you know, it's like, uh, that's the situation that we're in. And like I said, there is no ideal situation and unfortunately, you know, for our men and women in uniform that have the atrocious leadership that they have right now. That might be what they end up having to do and face and honestly, that's what our training is all about. Like if I took you out here in the desert to, you know, near El Centro, between here and San Diego, and I let you watch a seal. Um you know, evolution. Where were training you would be like, you know, you would be surprised at how you know the deck is stacked against those operators because they want their training to be harder. Then than it is in real life. Like Do you know who the guy Jocko willing is? Yes, I I saw a video He just made to right. So, Yeah. So when I was when I was a seal, Um Giaka was the commanding officer of trade at NSW Trade. And his job was to make sure that all the seals on the West Coast we're ready to deploy and go overseas. Remember that guy would come out to desert warfare. And, um, you know, we would be going through a drill or hey, we had to hump seven miles or we would have to march or patrol. Sorry. I'm trying to use words that your audience would understand. Yeah, we would have to patrol like, seven miles to our target. Then we would have to set up. You know, recon on the target. Then we would have to Assault the target. And then as we were pulling out, you know Jocko would have all of his instructors like start assaulting us and attacking us. As we are trying to make it our evacuation And in the process, they would put 50% of our guys down. So if you had, you know, 40 guys going into this target now 20 of them are shot or bed and you have to. Not only do you have to get all the hostages out. But now carrying all the gear that you have on you Now you have to throw a guy like Josh. You know on your shoulder and carry him out, and it's just like You. You felt all the time like this is this is almost turned into mission. Impossible. Now we have to go another two miles. You know, we have when we have 20. You know, we only have 20 guys. That are still upright. And now we've got, you know, at least 20 guys that are down and we were doing all this while still being attacked, and it felt impossible. And I only say that because Lot of these guys in these units that you will send into these airports. This is what they're training constantly is it's constantly Hey. We're going to make this as hard as possible for you. So when you actually get to war, it doesn't surprise you and you're prepared for it. I, You know what I mean? Maybe that's what it's gonna take me. First of it Sounds tough as nails makes me have so much confidence that you know there's more like you and I'm not saying that we should ever put from a leadership standpoint. I'm not saying we should ever put our guys in that position. But that's what we're dealing with. How do you do is how do you go? Take an airport when Taliban is surrounding it? With our vehicles are weaponry and they're ready to just kill anybody and everybody. Elections have consequences. Oh, my gosh..
KNBR The Sports Leader
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"Record in Major League baseball, and they've got the best pitcher this side of Jacob deGrom. Sure, the Mets ace is doing historic things that we haven't seen. Since Bob Gibson in 1968, the year of the pitcher, Kevin Gausman, doing things that we haven't seen In San Francisco ever The lowest ER at the All Star break. For a Giants pitcher. Since Hal Schumacher in 1933. I'll check with Marty luring to see what how looks like that season. But I don't know. That Anyone has come close to what Kevin Gausman has done during this first half. Try to put it in perspective by looking at Tim Lincecum from a sigh, Young season's All Star break in 2000 and eight Get a 2.66 e R a Johnny Cueto All Star break in 2000 and 16 when he started for the National League 2.47 Kevin Gausman 1.73. Giants manager Gabe Kapler. On Sunday after Gosman came out Told him that this was one of the best seasons. He's seen a picture having the first half. Here's the giant skipper. Yeah, when when we took God's out of the game, I thought it was. I mentioned him that I thought it was one of the better first halves I've been around. Um, this as a player. And as a manager like from any angle in baseball. It was that good, and I mentioned that to him, and, um, I thought today's performance was excellent. Six innings, nine strikeouts, One run the Giants become accustomed to getting now from Kevin Gausman every single time out. Giants catcher Curt Casali was asked to summarize what he's seen him. Kevin Gausman in the first half. Remember Sally and Dawson played together in Cincinnati when Gosman started to revitalize his career by just focusing So heavily on that splitter out of the bullpen for the Reds in 2019 nasally just blown away by what the Giants pitcher has done this year. That's pretty impressive. Um, I don't know what his er I ended up. I mean, it's sub to something. I mean, that's It's kind of incredible and you know to to kind of back up when he started last year, I think is even more impressive. But, you know, just really, really proud of him. Happy happy gets to go to the All Star game in Colorado or where he's from. I'm sure he's got a lot of family and friends coming. I'm just really excited for him to enjoy that opportunity. A low stress week for Kevin Gausman Centennial High School product Aurora, Colorado. He just gets to go and watch the All Star game, participate in the festivities. Watch the home run Derby from the field with his family sit in the dugout during the All Star game, but because he pitched on Sunday for the Giants, he will not be pitching in Denver. His next start, as I mentioned Friday, so he gets to do the cool back to back starts. And he has been worth All of the 18.9 million. The Giants are paying him this year on the qualifying offer, and then some to me. At the season midpoint. Kevin Gausman has clearly established himself as a $100 million man for the off season. What does that mean for Farhan anxiety? Scott Harris, Gabe Kapler and this giant organization. If you're a Giants fan, you do not want Kevin Gausman hitting the open market this offseason, someone Is bound to over pay. Someone is bound to say 130 140 150 million over five seasons. Kevin Gausman could be that guy. To me this decision on what the Giants do about Kevin Gausman. It's still pretty straightforward. With all the money they have coming off the books and what Gausman has accomplished in a giant uniform. To me, you pay them. But it's a much more difficult decision in my mind than the one that far on Facebook. Madison Bumgarner. Madison Bumgarner. Had 1900 career innings by the time he became a free agent after the 2019 season 1800 in the regular season 100 in the playoffs 1900 at the end of this year. Let's say that Gosman and the Giants make a deep playoff run. He's looking at a maximum of about 1212 120 innings for his career. Whatever. Just give me the ball. You can appreciate that. But you have to appreciate that. Kevin Gausman's taking the ball every five days, pitching through a blister issue, pitching through hip pain earlier this Syrian a forearm issue at the end of the 2020 season. He's been as durable as the Giants could have hoped for. When he hits free agency 700 fewer innings. That's four seasons. Fewer than Madison Bumgarner. And when he hit free agency, the fastball still sitting 96 97, as we saw on Sunday. The splitter. Will play off the fastball, regardless of how fast he's throwing it later on in his career, This is a pitcher who has completely transformed himself earlier in his career when he was pitching for the Baltimore Orioles. People always thought that Kevin Dawson should be a front of the rotation starter. Fourth overall pick out of L s u In 2012 by the Baltimore Orioles. He had the pedigree of someone who should come up to the major leagues and dominate, but he never added a quality third pitch in Baltimore. The Orioles wanted him to throw a slider. That put generously was a liability. Every time he threw the slider. It was dangerous. It was a cement mixer. It hung in the strike zone and a least hitters thanked him. They tear off on that pitch. It took him four or five seasons. Being a major league starting picture to realize. He needs to stop throwing it so much. He's got a great fastball that the splitter is as good as any pitch. Any major leaguer has splitters are rare. Only 40 guys in the major leagues have thrown 100 of them this season. Only 20 guys who throw a splitter more than 10% of the time. Kevin Gausman throws his splitter 40% of the time. That he is on.
KNBR The Sports Leader
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"What'd he say? What he or she probably hippie or something. You got that in there? David is going to get to jog around the bases. He did it again. It's a beast. Reaction from man Faster version. That's how I feel every time I see Shohei Otani play, dude. Yeah, Like I saw somebody the other day I threw out on Twitter. He's my favorite baseball player, and he is and I know that because I don't miss an Otani start like when he pitches. I make sure I'm watching. If the Angels are on the Angels were never like a destination. Team for me to watch and I'm a baseball junkie. So I try to watch as much of it as I can anyway. But when the most exciting player in the game the most talented player in the game as an action, you gotta watch man. It's going to be a hell of a week. Next week's show Hey, in the home run Derby, and then in the All Star game, pitching and hitting, But here's What's crazy. I listen to this baseball tonight podcast with Buster Only almost daily. Just just, you know, Sometimes I get off work and there's no games on. I need a fix like I need to. I need to recap. I need an interview and he'd buster only to talk me off a ledge here before I can get into Into some some live baseball this afternoon anyway, he's talking to Jessie Rogers yesterday of ESPN, and he covers the Cubs, and he's doing in his interviews and whatnot. And he points out that he came across an insane note, in fact, about Shohei Otani for all the impressive feats he's reached this year for all the home runs for the 116 and 17 exit, mile or a mile per hour exit velocities for the 450 ft home runs and he's hitting He has not once this year before a ball game on the field taken live, BP check out Buster Only right here. I was talking with Jeremy Reed, who is a hitting coach for the Angels about Otani. You know, we've got the Derby on Monday. I'm part of the coverage and you're part of the coverage. And I, you know, started the conversations with the various competitors asking about their batting practice regimen. You know what? What Routines do they have? You know where they like the ball to be pitched that sort of thing. And as I got started with those questions, Jeremy kind of cut me off because he hasn't taken batting practice the whole year. He hasn't taken any batting practice and I was like what No batting practice for a tiny the whole year, he goes now that's unbelievable that now it doesn't mean that he hasn't like hitting the cage. He's absolutely like taking an ax in the cage and everything, but you figure he's got more on his plate than any other player in all of baseball. Like they they had the bubble wrap on him for the last four seasons. He won rookie of the year in 22 homers had a 900 plus O. P s radio, No PS plus over 100 for each of his first two seasons, then it's under 200 last year in the 60 game campaign, and everybody would, uh, not so great for Otani. I think you did have Tommy John a couple of years ago. He is still capable now and getting on the hill and throwing 93 94 then ramping up to 98 99 like he knows when to do it. This guy is one of the most incredible things I've ever seen in sports. I was joking the other day about like the more impressive physical feat. Joey Chestnut 14 mustard belts and what he did with 76 hot dogs last week or what Shohei Otani is doing like, Yeah, no Major league baseball player second down 76 hot talks, but no pro eater is throwing, uh, just throwing 100 hitting balls at an agent. Velocity of 100 is just pretty incredible. And I was talking to Dave about this was yesterday or the day before Dave and I said, Hey, man, it's not outlandish and I think we said it on the leadoff spot. To think Shohei Otani skill set is maybe better than than Baber is Because he's playing against pro athletes, right. He's doing it against guys were throwing harder with with ungodly breaking stuff with more velocity with with with more of a regimen for training that we've ever seen before, like no slam on Babe Ruth, But we just heard Marty talking dizzy Dean in the 1933 Worlds All Star game like Dizzy Dean was out there from 28 complete games a season. Not that you could. I mean, it would never happen today, of course, and you couldn't do it today. It just wouldn't be the nature of the game. He also like led the league in saves one of the years that he did that, like 1919, 36 or something. Dave was looking at that 28 complete games. 11 saves for a guy in one year. It's just unheard of, and so we look at those numbers and we go. This is insane. This guy is doing things that nobody had ever done. Dizzy Dean. That's why he's a Hall of Famer way. He's one of the great players of all time. However, the Babe Ruth, you've got to look at the body of work. And who he is facing, like I threw out that Jeff can was. I thought the best offensive second basement of all time. People go well, Rogers Hornsby. He had 400. I said, Yeah, but he hit 400 in a year where 40 guys hit 3 70, or better like that. They were playing with one baseball for like the entire game, right? They were doing things that there that you just don't do today, So the comparisons are tough to make. But the only comparison you can make is to Babe Ruth for Shohei Otani. What we're going to see from him in the All Star game and in the home run Derby on Monday is going to be a whole lot of fun. I just Can't wait for that thing to go down on the other side. I want to play another big home run for you. I'm gonna compare it to John Montefusco, The relief pitcher from the San Diego Padres didn't quite get to go nine innings in a ballgame, And he did have a big moment, though, in this game is a relief pitcher against mixtures, and we'll play that for you on the other side, probably side by side with a little Montefusco Major league debut as well, That's all coming up when the leadoff spot continues, KNBR one. Oh 45. And 6.
Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
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"Setting. He went through second grade at Zeeland Christian School, and I asked him what what? What would have happened if you had stayed in a regular school setting? And he said, Mom, I would have been in juvenile detention before I was 14. And I believe him because he had so much energy. So much drive. And if you didn't channel that into something productive, he would make his own business and it wasn't always good. You guys grew up on it. He grew up on a farm hobby. Fire. Yeah, we have 10 acres and they raised four h animals. Um And he worked for a neighboring pig farmer. So I started working when he was 11th. Well on the farm. Yeah, he had, uh, There's a lot of stories about kids who grow up on farms and their work ethic. Yeah, when they're adults, he loved to work and he loved to work. And he was intense. But he was also, uh you don't think about this maybe special operations guys, but he also had a very tender side. Very tender side that would always look out for The underdog, and he would Protect like his sister. You know, they have great relationship with his sister, and he it was always Protecting her. Watching over her, and he's the oldest right here is the oldest. Yep, so there there's that protective side. I think that's just innate inside your DNA. Right? That's also part of what made him so angry with the World Trade Center attack Because there again it was the underdog. You know they were attacking civilians. In all the letters now that he's in the Marines in the back and forth letters, which is still how many people pen letters today we write emails. We text we call somebody we face time in this modern era we live in But there's still something intimate, beautiful and Memorable, nostalgic about a handwritten letter. What do you write to you back and forth when you guys were talking when they are in recruit training and Marine Corps. They do not have the opportunity to use tell we got two calls in 13 weeks. And that's it. They didn't have access to computers, telephones. Nothing. They take it all away. So, um, it was write letters are not communicate. I wrote a letter to him almost every day. And all he wanted to know about was what's happening at home. Just that every day, day to day stuff. He was painfully homesick. Um, just wanted to know. Uh and he wrote us. Maybe 33 times a week. I would gas And he just sent us what he's doing in training what things were concerning him. What things he was worried about as far as, um, different test that he would have to take or or do either physical or mental whatever. But he just He just wrote what he was doing. And as he got through training, and now you're entering the surreal world of combat. A lot of people will talk about that They notice a change or changes in someone's personality demeanor, communication. Did you see that from Daniel? Um, I would say he did change from what he was at home somewhat. He became more independent, especially throughout his first two deployments and his third deployment in 2000 and that, um, 2000 and seven He, um He went through some pretty intense combat and his attitude changed a little bit matured. Um He, um there was no glory and killing anymore. His first two deployments. He was pretty callous, Pretty young, immature. Just it was the adrenaline rush. Go in and do it and The third deployment kind of changed things he had gotten married. So he had a wife. Um, And so there were a lot of things that played into his maturing and just just growing just Becoming a little more grounded. I would say as far as, um His view of life and death. Did he talk to you about how combat was wearing on him? That the killing Carl between conversations you guys had whether it was calls or Emails or letters. Once he got past his training portion of his military career, he would. He talked me a few times about, um, like, Reuss said about that. About about the killing part because they don't send those guys to a calm area and you see a lot of combat and One of his, uh one big conversation that we had was. Well, we're Christians. And And, um He had a really hard time with, you know, it was the Muslims that that is fighting and he's in his, um, and he's killing them. And he says, You know, it's just a different viewpoint than what we as Christians had. And I said, You know, you just have to You. You have to know that there is not one person that dies. You're not. You're not sending someone here, someone there. It's God that's in charge of that. You're doing your job and your called By the government to do your job and he was doing his job. He was a very good at his job, and he loved his job. But he had some struggles there, but he got through that. And it was really, uh, an awesome thing as a dad. To see your son maturing. And Really becoming, Uh, Young man that Was really thinking about what he was doing and not just living willy nilly life. He had focused. He wasn't just gun Ho, and he's talked about got killed 40 guys this weekend, right? But that he was actually starting to have a conscience. Sweet. I don't think it out, right. We We did not He never any time he would ever tell us about the things that went on. It was never that gung ho. All that gunk whole thing. It was, uh, calm conversation about what his job was. And what was his job in the Marines. Killing people. He was a sniper. He was a sniper. Yeah. Uh, they they they would go out. Um, a lot of the times with 45 fiber. My man. Teams of snipers, not not just of snipers. Um, he was a sniper, but the other guys were, too but they would go out on missions and they would give them they gave him a mission to do. Um Sometimes it was reconnaissance. Sometimes it was going in to, um, take out some bad guys where they knew the bad guys were, and they they gave him a job to do, And they did their own mission. Planning five guys, right pretty much out on their own right. Drop them in either out of the sky or With a helicopter, you know, insertion in the middle of the night with their night vision goggles, and they would go in and and do their job. And they were and they all had each other's back, and they That's a tough job. It is the version the Marine version of the seals, Right, Right would be, you know, maybe Rangers in the Army, right? Green Rays, right? Hey, you know you haven't heard a lot about the Marine Raiders and on the stealth units and what they do, and when they go in As he's maturing as he's talking about, uh, being in combat on these missions. Um Did he ever discuss his mortality? Was that a conversation? Oh, yeah. You both of you had with Ted. Uh, he would say that. You know, you don't live real long, um, doing what I do..
Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
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"Hour north of the Grand Rapids metro area. Matt Golden is the general manager CEO here at the teller, More golf resort. Now he joins us mad as always appreciate the hospitality and Fast moving show. I'm looking at your leagues getting ready to go off and we have just a gorgeous Thursday evening. Absolutely great to be back with you and excited to have you back here playing for a couple days and be on the show with you. Why should somebody choose telling more? Anybody listening right now? Across all 19 radio stations in Michigan? Tell me why somebody thinking about playing 18 36 doing a stay in play? Weekend week. Whatever business outing, why choose telling Mark? Absolutely No, You've got 36 holes of award winning golf here telling where golf resort between telling more golf club in ST Ives Golf Club, You've got two awesome restaurants. You've got some unique lodging that again can accommodate groups of any size of her to say it before. You know, we've got everything from a two person hideaway room. To the 24 person Lodge. You know where you can all stay together, and that's actually getting the golden team machine here pretty quick. So that's kind of neat upgrade that we're doing to the lodge. That will be awesome. Yeah, that'll be fun for you know, if you don't have enough fun with 24, your buddies, let's have some golden tee and a pool table of the mix and see what happens. There you go and the Tullamore lifestyle. And it goes beyond the resort. It's the condos. It's the lots. It's the ministry Early builders. It's Homes and condos and townhouses being built. Let's talk about the real estate boom happening right now. Here on property at the Tell me more golf Resort Absolutely are seeing it across the state and across the country, But right here, tell me more. You know, we're building four condos right now. We've got five homes under construction. Couple. Each of those are already sold people either relocating to the area or looking to have kind of that carefree lifestyle living in a golf resort. You know, I was walking in yesterday evening. And some of our newer residents looked at me and they told me all about the round of golf and they told me how great you know. The course was in condition of eyes. And then they said, Well, now we're going to the pool, and we're just on vacation all the time, you know, And so they moved up here, probably about 68 months ago, and it was awesome to kind of hear them say that Yeah, because you can either make this year Primary residence or a great second home where you combine golf and you feel like you're getting a vacation. So if you're in the West Michigan area The getaway is less than an hour north of GR. So there are so many things that you offer on site here, the Tullamore golf Resort and everything Matt Golden and his team have talked about today. Just go to telling more golf dot com. That's telling more golf dot com including the real estate, You'll see a link you can click on and look at what's available and lots and work with them on a custom dream home, whether it's a weekend second home or You want to move here? Absolutely. You know, we've got a little bit of everything here. We've got people who just spend their weekends here. We've got people that will make this their summer home and I've got people that live here year round, so there's year round activities here beyond golf. Stay and play packages. We talked earlier with Gary Lewandowski, your director of golf and You and I have talked on the huge show and off air that the pandemic a positive for the Gulf industry was one of the first things people could do, really. Launched. A lot of new golfers returned a lot to the golf course. And it's a big boom for the Gulf business, including the telling more golf restored. So as we've always said on air book those stay and play packages right now for the summer. For the fall. You always get the best rates and also availability is moving fast. Absolutely, You know, we want to be accommodate your group. However, you want to be accommodated, whether you want one of our cottages or rest clubs of the lodge or And those are starting to fill up quick for the fall and actually already starting to fill up for next year already, so we're going to lot of people who play this year and say, Yep, I'm coming back next year. Put me down. Yeah, So we're already booking in the 2000 and 22. Absolutely, And that's part of that golf boom that I was discussing that and I'm hearing this from a lot of golf courses, a a lot of resorts throughout the state that They're filling up and people are looking ahead to 2000 and 22. Especially now that you want to get an outing or that get together with 40 guys. And I know your business you bring in people from all over the Midwest and all around. The country and Canada. And once those borders open, you'll get more the influx of the Canadian golfers but to see the game and this resort Just have an unbelievable 14 month. Run says something about your service What you have to offer and also the booming popularity of the game of golf. Absolutely. We're going to give you a great experience here, telling more like I said, whether it's in the restaurants. Of course, you're going to love the golf on the course..
KNBR The Sports Leader
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"Line. Ironically, and, um, you know, he was able to keep that ball fair. Is it down and then change up and That's a very difficult pitch to stay inside and through and when it when it went up. It looked like it might be a foul ball within it just completely straightened out from the dugout vantage point. Um and carried and we kind of got the feeling that it was going to be a homer. Yeah, I think we all got the field. It was going to be over the second, he started walking up the line to first days. Barry Bonds style. One more here from Game capital. I think about cap where all the time and all the moments that he has spent in the big leagues and all the great teams. He's been a part of you think about the The 2004 Red Sox game capture was on that roster when Big Poppy shouldn't walk off home runs against the Yankees. Down down three. Oh, he's on that Red Sox bench when Dave Roberts steal second base, and everybody in Fenway Park knows that he's going to steal and they still couldn't get him out or help. Assad is still looking for a for a sharper throw down to second base. Pretty damn pretty damn good throw, but Dave Roberts barely gets in there and and Moe didn't hold him on his as well as maybe he thought he would. Everyone knew he was going and he was safe, anyway, Cap. We're talking about the emotion of This game in his career, saying that as far as games he's been a part of or wins. He's been a part of this one ranks up there as far as feeling good emotionally. Yeah, certainly. Right up there. Um Any any come from behind. When's feel similar. I think this one had an elevated sense of of joy and excitement. Because you you know, we had a Grand Slam home run that put us Put us ahead and I think you know all of us route so hard for you as you prepare so well And he's out a tough season in some ways, and I set you up with some injuries, Sacrifices body for our club, so probably one of the reasons it was gratifying. For all of us, and to your 0.1 of the more exciting victories that we've been a part of it is because yes, was the one who got the job done. And we're really happy for him. She called for this team, man. Somebody just checked in on the Cache Creek text line to, uh nah, I'm trying to find the the texture here. Oh, here it is, a 65 vote says, And for years, Yaz wasn't able to make the powerful stacked Baltimore Orioles 40 man roster that something is just so baffling to me. There were really 40 guys. On that roster for years that were better than Mikey Stransky. Sometimes it takes a change of scenery. Sometimes it takes somebody locking in on something with you to untapped something but Michael Shrimps. He has been a huge part of this giant success over the last few years. We got to take a quick break. We're going to come back with some of the great moments. Great comeback moments over Giants history. I just pulled four or five them here for us to float out towards you were talking. Bobby Bonds were talking Brian Dalam or some of the great big come from behind wins. 2019 Stephen Vogt. Some fun stuff. On my Jastremski is first career Grand slam that helped the Giants come back from a seven Nothing deficit to get a win last night over the Arizona Diamondbacks..
KPRC 950 AM
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"You see his plan is this Here's what we're going to do. We're out of food rot. Obama. We're going to use the fog. We're going to do a massive 2000 man Bonds I charge and charge that the Americans with fixed bayonets through the fog. We will kill so many of them will end up stealing enough ammo and food in artillery that we can pull it back to our lines and then survive until help gets here because surely Help is on the way. But you see Things had changed. The American Navy was already building itself up. And the Japanese military. They had already decided that they had much bigger fish to fry, and that these Alaskan armies weren't worth the trouble. So they weren't even trying to get through to resupply their men. They had just left him there. In America, the American Navy had blockaded the port. There was no help coming. The Japanese do launch this gigantic bonds I charge in the fog. It turns out to be a horrible, horrible, bloody affair. It shocks the Americans who don't see it coming. It gets through the front lines and gets clear back to you know, the medical tents, the headquarters you have you have cooks with rifles in their hands, Fighting off a Japanese bayonet charge in the fog. I mean, you want to talk about Horrible, horrible. But finally, America is able to regroup. We simply have the numbers and the Japanese die almost to the last man. I think there were something like 40 who made it off. And you have to understand this about the Japanese prisoners. As you know, the Japanese never surrendered in mass. Any prisoners we took. Usually they weren't guys who surrendered. They were guys who were wounded so badly. They couldn't manage to kill themselves before we captured them. And the Japanese troops were so scared of one thing. And it shocked America at first if they were ever captured like this, you know? Oh, no. Both barbs have blown off a cake you myself and you're stuck in that situation. The Japanese soldiers, two things. It's actually thought it was pretty stinking, funny one. They would just vomit up all the information about their unit and what they were doing. Why. They had never been trained. What to do if they were captured because they weren't allowed to be captured, So they didn't know what to do. Oh, yeah, Actually, we're right up here and we got 20 guys here and 40 guys over there and the play. We're gonna wait till midnight on Thursday. And then they had one other request. You know what that request was? I'll tell you in a second. Hang on. What truth attitude. Jesse Kelly. What if Northwest retention systems Is just better than your holster company. And look, I don't have to ask the question. I know they are. Why It's because it's custom made. It's custom made you you take care of your weapon, right? You train with it. Carry it around. You keep it clean. You use it safely. Good for you. But You have a holster you bought from some big box hunting store. You understand what that was with the equivalent of that is right. That's like going out and buying a $200,000 luxury car and then going right down to the tire shop and putting the cheapest tires on it..
ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"40 guys" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Here's a couple of the profits that I do, too. Let's talk about this. You know, you mentioned Mike Evans. Here's one. Nobody knows some unbelievable. They think it's a sausage guy. I go notice Bob Bob. That's right. That's his uncle. I I like the any time. Mike Evans. Touchdown prop You'll get, plus 1 20 on this. Wow, I like it And I'm gonna tell you why, because the one guy Brady looks for more often than pretty much. Anybody else on that team. When they get down near the goal line is Mike Evans. He had the second most targets of any player in the National Football League inside the 10 yard line. During the regular season, He had nine red zone touchdowns and all nine were inside the 10. He's got two touchdowns in the postseason in the Red Zone. You know, most people think it's got to be drunk. It's got to be drunk, and Brady did look his way a lot, but he's got another guy break. That's a good tight end. He does. That's true, and he and they and they threw him the ball. He had a touchdown in Green Bay's Chicago's very old, by the way, Naperville Central for candidates. But Mike Evans gets targeted down there and that offense by Tom Brady more than just about as much about any necks. About what's that for sex for sale Total? Yeah, boy. I think that devil Tampa got five against green baseline. Yeah, and now, But see, the problem is the homes could roll out off the hash marks. Just throw the ball away. So you may have him trapped. He's been trapped 100 times how many times he been caught? I've never I hardly when he could set your shot. I know you are. He knows how to get rid of the ball. It's true. I know, and he's been the most. He was the best, most accurate passer on the run in the NFL this year, so Either knows when to just throw it away, not to attack or he escapes trouble on this side of the ball down the field knows when to slide. Does everything right? He's incredible. Yeah, well, you know what? Just don't get a haircut. I don't get this. These guys going. Why? Wait, wait. Who's going to see them? Are they getting a haircut? Because they were going to do some production work with CBS, and they were going to take photos of these guys or why you are going to the barber shop at one time. Maybe it was, you know, it's just like a routine thing. Wow, that I don't know, but you talk about on the precipice of disaster. Last last you'd all be out and be crazy, right? You know, you had, like 40 guys going to have a home. The old chief's back. Yeah, right. Willie Lanier. Really? On total lack All the old guys come back. Jim. Tyrrell, I got a mom and yeah, you could tell you getting out name y'all. I mean, w Freddy Martin family. Come on. Len Dawson, get the whole get the cigarette in a Fresca. Come on. When we come back, Mike and I are going to talk to Jim Miller. Jimmy, We'll get some ponies for the weekend. And then we'll give you our final thoughts about the Super Bowl. Any profits that we want to still give out? We will before we're out of here. Don't go anywhere, folks. We're coming right back. Where the odds Couple presented by prop swap..