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"adam amin" Discussed on Channel 33
"Now going to win Nevada. And we're going to win four more years in the White House. And then after that will negotiate right because we're probably. Based on the way we were treated were probably entitled to another four after that. And it should never happen to another president. It's just a dishonest group of people but. Here we are. Another four years David. And speaking of becoming a dictator I, don't know if you saw the Roger Stone. He the recently pardon Roger. Stone was on the Alex Jones show apparently on some kind of heat check He said the ballots in Nevada on election night should be seized by federal marshals and taken from the state because they are completely corrupted the status quo flooded with illegals y'all. So called on trump to arrest Harry Reid mark, Zuckerberg Tim Cook and the Clintons. If he lost the election by declaring martial law invoking the insurrection active eighteen o seven fact check that Libs who am I god that's fan that's I think that runs counter to what the beliefs of Cunanan but certainly. Feels like it's catering towards that that audience. That's that is a that is that's bold bold. SCUFF their first presidential debate, actual presidential debates September twenty-ninth two weeks from tomorrow instant post game coverage here at the press box. David Time for the overwork twitter joke of the week where we celebrate a guy that was so obvious that all of media twitter made it at exactly the same time send your nominees to at the press box pod where they are always gratefully received. First up this week Listener Derek. Ashworth brought him an important point if trump loses on November third. Are we ready for the avalanche of your fired tweets. Because that will be the overwork twitter joke of the century. We got six weeks people to prepare get your drafts ready right now. You're fired. Donald Trump November third. Can we just can't we preemptively filter that out? It's twitter's it twitter can can you know? Mark things that are untrue or like you know cancel accounts for for peddling lies maybe we should just put on a macro where nobody can tweet fired the day. I. I would like that if they call me, I'll definitely suggest that. David renamed Washington football team took the field for the first time on Sunday with no fans. It was an over war twitter joke to write attendance looks no different than if there wasn't a pandemic. So I appreciate the consistency. Thanks to snarky Ginger I. Feel like we're on the nineteenth rotation of this joke. Remember we had the chargers and the Jaguars and every Mediocre College team. Yes. Did. You see the Associated Press lead by Rob Mati after Washington beat the Eagles on. Sunday. No. You'll love this. The Washington football team played like a group of guys determined to make a name for themselves. Bad Bad Rav Mahdi. And finally speaking trump David he made an odd boast. A campaign stop in Nevada this weekend. Listen to this. And as you know A little while ago. I received the Bay of Pigs award from the Cuban Americans in Miami and that's a big honor and they don't give it out easily. The Bay of Pigs Award. Did Not exactly exist turned out to be an endorsement. From an Association of Bay of Pigs Veterans. Which I guess gave him some kind of plaque or metal or something, but is not the Bay of Pigs Award. It was an overworked twitter joke to right I, also have a pigs award which I keep next to my little bighorn medallion. Titanic Prize my Hindenburg combination and my trump it nineteen trump. If you would've added the battle of end or imperial medallion. grads, you made the overwork twitter joke of the week are in the notebook David thought we do some media notes on the return of the NFL this weekend first up, there's a lot of talk about the players not having a preseason. Will the announcers didn't either. They would've usually done a couple of games, but they were trotting out there in front of the world for the first time this weekend which brings us to the very weird moment during the Fox late afternoon game Sunday Joe Buck Troy Aikman calling Tampa. Bay. New Orleans. Tom Brady, and bucks uniform for the first time. And Fox was doing a boost shot of Joe in Troy Joe's locked in Troyes Kinda standing up gesturing at something. And this happens. Offense and be comeback tour and the two quarterbacks. It's been really more impressive play by these defensive so far. Yes. It has. It's been a great job either I'm missing some like I. Think we can all associate with Troy Aikman's face as he was at. Every stage of that. I'm I'm actually really impressed that he responded not negatively to come back troy from his broadcasting partner like that's usually the point most situations ride just blow up even further like. Point out the fact that I'm about to go off the rails though it makes me go off the rails even harder that the press box we take those kind of things a lot harder you know. Don't tell me to look at Google Doc. I got this reward around but yeah knows everybody everybody sort of handled it at that point. As it could be handled. But again, it was a lighting issue because you have to have been fast I wrote about this today but I've just always fascinated. There's just a TON OF PEOPLE IN A..
"adam amin" Discussed on Channel 33
"I'm staying in state tonight, but I'm going to be going to California. Spoke to the folks in Oregon. Washington there really haven't. They never had anything like this. But you know it is about forest management. Please remember the words very simple forest management. Please remember. About forest management can we make note of? Cheering, is at a trump rally whereas you know it's about forest management everybody starts cheering like an applause line. I think you sort of intuit they applause lines from just the just the timber of trump's voice. It's not really what he says so much is just like the pause takes the the depth of his voice, the shift of his shoulders to the other towards the other teleprompter. Yeah. I think I think it means it's more about mood than words. Yeah. I just don't know that anybody in the audience understands trump admittedly fake appoint about forest management by the way and I'm forest management. He's been on this for a while. I know I know it's so great though it's like He should just take the stack with everything rather than just listen saying that he saves two million lives for grown viruses a great great fake argument. If you're going to take one but but it would be more. It would be a lot more fun of all of his all of his. Failures the Niles were just like you know we're we're about management problems. You know it's just about it's about. It's about Santa sanitizer management and other things too. But but you know remember those words sanitizer managed. And it would be a trump rally if he didn't play the hits so he played this. Fifty two days from.
"adam amin" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"I'm hoping you can find something there then pecks you some incredible journalism this year here and then to other things that You may be interested in. I spent the the chiefs patriots. Game embedding with the Tony. Romo Tracy Wolfson Jim nance Jim Raikov Mike Arnold crew and First Time they let a reporter in there and that's up on the athletic for four thousand plus story where my try hope I did. Did I tried to take you inside. How that production group works and why they put on such a good broadcast and then as we had out of twenty nine thousand nine hundred twenty twenty I asked forty people including Amine Who are well known in the sports media world? What advice would you give yourself at the At the end of two thousand is an nine if you could basically go back ten years from now and And give yourself some professional or personal device so a lot of December content for me on the athletic right now. Check that out One Patrick Antonetti as always for producing this podcast. I guess not as always but generally speaking is the mean in producer of this podcast. Thank you to Chris Corcoran and John McDermott. Spencer Brown Shaun Cherry Canes Thirteen Appreciate those support. Bush them Great twenty twenty four kanus thirteen. I've seen some great things in space and thanks everybody for listening at the end of the day. This is a niche podcast. But it's a niche podcast. That has has been really Supported incredibly well by viewers viewers so our listeners. I should say so I appreciate that very much all right. This is Richard Dykes. We will see. Twenty twenty thanks so much for listening to the sports media podcast August..
"adam amin" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"One something I'm curious about and you could sort of take this hello In whatever direction you want because of your job batum you have a lot of production meetings with coaches. Now obviously I. I don't know how much you get when you're doing the The NFL FOR ESPN radio. Says you're not getting the same kind of production that Tessa tour McFarland Nance Romo when do college football and you've done major college football. You obviously have sit. Sit Down with coaches and and sometimes players and now you've done a little bit in the NBA and maybe you've gotten that as well. Can you just give me a sense at least from your experience. What have you found coaches and players to be the more most forthcoming and conversely what sport have you found where the the coaches and the players might be a little bit more reticent to the to the to the people who are broadcasting the game in terms of information etc.? Sure I. That's a great question. Actually 'cause 'cause I think the dynamic of this has a lot to do with The pay grade. I think I think when you deal with people who are professionals so NBA. Hey Major League. Baseball is part of this as well. you know Brad Stevens is going to be forthcoming about his rotation or who's hurt or what they wanna do against the other team and they have an understanding understanding of. Hey these guys are going to be here. They see it on. TV We get you know. These athletes get paid a lot of money. It's part of their job to deal with the media in his forthright of a fashion that they possibly can dan how much they feel comfortable with. Obviously but you know I'm I'm around. Richard Jefferson doing some NBA Games. I've been around. PJ Carlesimo John. Berry and Doris Burke Work and you know players know them you know whether they played or not whether you know doors is a veteran broadcaster as a veteran coach. Richard just got out of the League. So they're gonNA GONNA be forthright with them whether it's on the air off the air Or four on air four off off air four hours on the record or off the record just for background inforwars just talking during a shoot around her a layup line or whatever it may be. I think when you're a pro you kind of you kind of let go of some of that hesitant and so that apprehension. 'cause it's like this is my job and this is what these people get paid for. Assuming they're not idiots. I'M GONNA assume that they have a respect for me as a professional. So I'm okay with telling them certain things and assuming that they're going to have have an idea about how to save them. When you're doing some of these meetings with college coaches and understandably I see I'm I'm not you know I certainly would prefer they'd be forthright with us but I also also understand that? They're in a weird situation with a bunch of kids like these are not professional athletes. These are eighteen to twenty three year. Old Kids that they're in charge of so how much they give us is going to is going to fluctuate and I understand that college kids. especially if you're an eighteen or nineteen year old freshmen. Who was playing in their first big game as college football player and we get a chance to sit down with you if you haven't done a whole lot of that then you're GonNa be relatively hesitant? This was the case. I remember with Lamar Jackson the year that he won the Heisman Trophy Brophy you know the Louisville staff was hesitant to put him out on a on a big stage. I think it was a sophomore year by. They don't WanNa put him in a spot where he's uncomfortable. People is a nineteen year old kid. I'm I want to ask questions about his background about his family about his is play about what he wants to do in the future but if so he's not comfortable answering those questions or he's not used to having to answer those questions yet. He's not going to be as forthright about it. And that's okay. I can't put my my expectations expectations of a professional athlete onto a college kid. The same way I do with somebody who gets paid somebody who doesn't get paid so I think that's kind of important to have that distinction but I think that's mainly where the distinction aren't Adam understanding that this report this was reported by John of the sports business daily. CBS has confirmed that they have pulled out on the ESPN has not confirmed anything. So I am. I'm giving I'm giving this preamble to sort of protect you you. Yeah I I want people to know that this is not Adam Amine reporting this or anything else as me about to ask them hypothetical. But it's a hypothetical. I think everybody knows this is going to be the truth. John ran of Of The sports business daily reported that ESPN is ultimately land the PREMIUM MSNBC football package. That's the right now the SEC on CBS. Fifteen seventeen games including the conference championship. Most Watch College football series over the past decade and beyond. Obviously this is Alabama Verse Auburn. You know this is great. Great College Football CBS We'll have it until I think. Twenty twenty twenty three and the ESPN takes over. So this is that's my. This is why I wanna get with you. Adam let us make the assumption for now that this is correct and that. ESPN is going to get this. Can you give me a sense of how in demand you think this package would be for. Broadcasters Astor's at your place because it strikes me that you know it's not every day where this this kind of package comes to your the employer and I would have to think there have to be. Maybe you'd be one of them but I would have to think there would be so many play by play. People and analysts people and sideline line reported people at your place who would really really love the opportunity to work that kind of caliber college football. Of course I mean I'm sure are you know I'm A. I'd be one of several. Who would want to be in consideration for something like that and like you said every position would wanna be an inconsideration? Everybody in each position edition. We want to be in consideration for something like that. But you know it's so tough because it is hypothetical right now and there is no confirmation and I am certainly not smart enough or nor do I actually actually give a shit and up to the care about how the machinations work like all right. Well we're going to make this the ABC window at three thirty and we're GONNA put an SEC game and they're now fowler aller and Herbie you're gonNA call the prime time game 'cause it's Lsu Alabama and what is every you know how does everything else around it work. I'm not smart enough. And nor do I care enough like at this point to really dive all in on how how it's going to be structured but if you say hey would you wanna do that three thirty. ABC SEC T- window. Yeah of course who wouldn't want to do that but the only concern I have and I'm not saying that this is like as you properly preface. This is John Orion reporting and as I should should preface. This is just my own viewpoint of it which has nothing to do with like how it actually is. Because like I said I don't know nor nor do I really have an interest in no one I don't know if it suddenly becomes. More diluted is in they will now we gotta move you know this conference at this window so we're only going to make this. ESPN window the SEC. Completely dominate the ABC windows like are we concerned about any type of any type of conference bias at this point which by the way love. The conspiracy theory is Talking about Clemson and Ohio state this weekend Which I'm sure I'm sure nobody's wanted to egg those people people on but Love the conspiracy theories keep them. Coming guys I just don't know enough to feel like I have a great grasp of how the machinations work and if this does move over. Here's here's the other concern. I have just based on the TV landscape. I will say that as a compliment into the. CBS They made the SEC on CBS. Feel special like that's three thirty window felt special and I'm sure a lot of it has to do with the limitations that are that are put on you know our network because you know the SEC has an exclusive window and things like that Following her don't get the call broadcast Games on. ABC So they have to slide over to. ESPN a couple times a year. If there's a big primetime SEC game. But I think my concern is does it change. Change The specialness does it. Change the uniqueness of what that window was and does it just kind of get swallowed up into the whole. ESPN ABC Machine Sheen. Or is it gonNA feel like one of those special windows the way it did for so long on. CBS So is it going to have that same value. I'm not sure and I hope it does. I hope it's just a special special on. ESPN or ABC. Or whatever the hell they decide to put it on but I. I don't know enough to really feel confident in kind of analyzing that just yet but I do think those are some things that a lot of people I'm GonNa be asking questions about. Those are all great questions and those are all the questions that ultimately are going to have to be answered. So I appreciate you going there. It's going to be one of the more fascinating fascinating stories towards. Can I say before we go. Are you fifty five million. The fifth the number shocked me by the way that it was just fifty five again. I'm so unaware of these things. Fifty five million for that. That is amazing stuff from the CBS. One of the great sports rights deals of the last easily of the last twenty five plus years was WAS CBS CBS. Is Yeah but you know again. It goes SORTA part and parcel. It's like well great product. Obviously but how much also also was asked was. CBS Part of raising raising the profile. To get the dollars to where to where they're ultimately going to be eh but I must say you're welcome to sort of expand on this. The I mean. There's always just just loads of of nonsense on twitter. I mean like I said said it is a daily health. Scape that amazing more people are jumping on a windows after reading that site but the conspiracy theory against ESPN when it came to the Ohio State Clemson game was. I mean. That's one of the more fun fantastic insane Circuses I've seen the longtime like the the idea one. ESPN ESPN is somehow involved in. This is just in itself like you know Zapruder film nonsense but but let's expand that a little bit like if espn truly wanted wanted to like fix a college football championship where they can get the get the opponents that they would want like anyone who who has the ability to use. Google can pretty much see that Ohio state and Alabama are far and away the most viewed television teams and have been for the last decade. Kid like you would kill to have those teams in any kind of combination in the follow so the people who think that. ESPN so Mao as dictating. Take Clemson to be in the national championship game. 'CAUSE ESPN wants more publicity for the for the ACC network. Man is less fantastic city. Need to say oh I the re the reach. I love the reach. Just the extension of the arms to try to reach and grasp this type of concept From some of the fans out there listen part of it..
"adam amin" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
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"adam amin" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"We got Joe. We have the Lord of the rings the return. The King Lost Translation Master and Commander Mystic River and sea biscuit and never saw seabiscuit. My Friend Mike Kiss loves that movie. It's really well done. You know the horses charming all the rest of it. I know Mystic River Man. I thought it was a really powerful movie. I mean Sean Penn is that my daughter and they're all those performances take a great desk lane. Movie haunting felt so much a film set in Boston. I'M GONNA GO Mystic River Robert Lorenzo Joy. Clint Eastwood Has Producers Lord of the Rings. This was like all right. The lifetime achievement award this was the one just to reward them for the fact that was a real spectacle and in many ways impacted filmmaking. I don't think Lawson Washington is one of the five best masterman actually more than I thought it was. Russell Crowe never saw sea biscuit. So I'M GONNA go with Mystic River Joe. I'm going to go with Lord of the rings only because they don't hate me for this. I've never seen mystic river and so as a result need to go with Lord of the Rings. Okay Mr I got you. I'll have best director. We have. We have Peter Jackson for Lord of the Rings Fernando Meira Lettuce for City of God Sofia Coppola the translation Peter. We're master and commander and Clint Eastwood Mystic River. I love please was direction. Mr Roberto gave best picture. I'm GONNA they go. Frantic Morales Man City of God was that was just like a lightning bolt in. That movie came out. I can't believe it was two thousand and three. I thought it was. Oh six but three. It is amazing. I mean it was is a gangster kids man it was like scarface for kids. Sit in Brazil. Just the sweep of the epic scope it. I love the fact that his nominee I forgot he actually for the best director. I'm glad that we got some love. It would like to best picture nomination but I would go. Fernando Morales Best Director City of God over Peter Jackson. All right I mean I don't blame. I love the city of God that the movie is incredible. I will go Peter Jackson though only because of the innovative techniques he introduced to film Gandalf being very big and when Frodo being very small. A lot of that was practical It was all done onset so just the way that he was able to manipulate the perspective of the camera. I gotta go with Peter Jackson. Listen that's actually a really good point. I did not realize it was that intricate. You Love Gandalf. I love Gandolfini. What do we have for best actor? We have Sean Penn for Mystic River Johnny Depp. Pirates of the Caribbean Ben Kingsley. House of sand and fog Jude Law Cold Mountain and Bill Murray Lost in translation. Wow I know. My brother was so happy Depp. Got Nabi it was nice to see like a populous film like that kind of breakthrough and he was really funny playing Keith Richards. Parts of the Caribbean or Israel module. Keith Richards Kingsley was. Hunting man at Godman Masuda Amir Behani houses. Santa fog that ending was just terrifying. Never saw cold. Melton I just WANNA see Bill Murray's an academy award winner all right Sean. Penn was awesome mystic river and I have no issue with him winning. But I'm telling you right now. Bill Murray should have won an academy award for all the movies he's done I don't think Lawson translations is best asked by did think he showed elements of drama and Romance. You wouldn't normally expect. And he didn't nail that aspect of a guy who's a sad sack actor. whose past as long behind him who feels energized by scholar? Hanson's new I'm going bill. Murray best actor. I cannot agree with you more. I really wanted. They really wanted bill. Murray for this category just a huge Bill Murray Fan and also I will just real quick from Russia Merthyr stripes onto the war movies as well so But Yeah Bill Murray definitely best actor all right so for best actress what are we have. We have Shirley's their own monster Kyushu Castle Hughes in whale rider. Diane Keaton. Something's gotTa Give Smith the Morton in in America and Naomi Watts. Twenty one grams never saw well writer tychy he was pretty good. And something's gotTa give Oscar nominee. But not a winner Samantha Morton. I've tiny man in America. I loved that movie really good script as well so I'm glad you got nominated on nine. Watts it is heartbreaking and twenty one grams or both of those are really really good. But honestly Shalit's Darren monsters. Eileen war knows are remarkable I mean that transformation the amid a weight she put on shaven eyebrows or face. Plant a serial killer. Remarkable transformation was Shirley's. I think that she is the clear front runner for this category. Just for the transformation alone so ago with Charlotte's as well best supporting actor we have Tim Robbins Mystic River Alec Baldwin. Cooler Benicio Del Toro Twenty one grams. uh-huh Jarman whom sue in America. Ken WanNa Tabby the Last Samurai never saw last Roy. Ken Watanabe's out in America. Okay John Ridiculous nomination. The movie is excellent Jim Sheridan wrote and directed. It did my left foot and I love Smith Morton's nomination but I remember that you're GonNa how the hell he he's like ten fifteen minutes. Red alert like ridiculous. He never should have been nominated. Del Toro always fantastic very dark and brooding in twenty one grams. Robbins opens is haunted as a guy who was a victim of.
"adam amin" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast
"You want to do because you won't get the chance ever again after that they're gonNA they're hooks in you so you do the one you want to do. Is that GonNa Gerwig. Hey big success with ladybird. What's the one you really they want to do? I've always wanted to adapt a little women. Do it now because then after that you may not get the chance so hopefully it's a success. I think it's a good film. Helen O'Hara does say this of empire not not just for women and whatever size warm but never wishy washy cozy without being cutesy superb adaptation of source further evidence. That Greg is the real deal I would include your that. Greta correct definitely is the real deal will be nice to get a best director nomination. It's appeals to be a boys club this year along the Dharavi from the rapid. An era in which sentimentality is a seasoning that filmmakers either shun entirely or employees too heavy a hand gurry crafts. Work those moving up being manipulative. This is a little women for the ages. Wow Joe odd you're gonNA issue little women this holiday season. Maybe not this holiday season but definitely sometime in the spring or summer. I think I mean it's commendable to Greta Gerwig that that this is an adaptation that has gone through a few incarnations through few different directors. So Kudos to her for picking a book that has been been done before making it different As far as best director to go. Do you think now that you've seen that she was snubbed. Would you put her above Todd Phillips or would you put someone else isn't ops. Todd Phillips please I would put Noah Baumbach ahead of Todd Phillips is place for marriage story so my nominees now like with a bullet. I would have Scorsese for the Irishman. I would have Bongino for parasite Sam Mundy's for parasite those three blocks. I let westbound time. Hollywood is Tarantino's best but I do get what he was doing with this dodge wonderfully rendered. There's your four and my fifth would be bombed back for marriage story. I think Greg for little women on the look and I definitely would ever though ahead of ahead of Todd Phillips. So it's it's an interesting race right now. I like I said it's just always such a boys club. Nicest here woman get in there for female directing. But I don't know if it's GonNa happen this year with you right well. I guess we'll have to stay. Tuned Come Oscar season. Yeah exactly The next one is honey. Boy again what you're getting snub. A man Scott farmer personally aggrieved aft when he was tweeting about this. And nobody shall better than deadlines honey boy from a script by Shiloh. Baath and coastal buff is a personal passion project and Ben was shy as he was going to like different theaters in Los Angeles and showing the film and really trying to get a push for. It is a deeply personal work. It is tough to watch. And it's about Shiloh Bob off story. It's about a child actor and the abuse that he endured at his father verbally abusive without questioning. This guy's dropping f bombs left and right and he's also physically abusive and a couple of scenes which are very tough to watch me slaps his child around makes me. Think of this boy's life Robert DeNiro DiCaprio gambling and abusive stepfather put Shiloh. Ah Shakes his life story. Put It on the screen which I think is awfully raw and commendable and brave and most daring. He plays his dad. Add Child back obviously playing Shaya when he was twelve and then settled buck blazes. Dad got the glasses receding hairline long hair and he. He had to get his dad's consent when he did the film and he said him and his father a better relationship now and he told his Dad Mel Gibson's GonNa play in the movie that Mel Mel Gibson's playing okay. Fine you can do it because I never going to tell them the truth and then sure enough. I'm playing images. show the film to them. I think is dead actually. Likes the film if you can call. VCR's being viewed. What is a such a Montreal? I think he knows the kind of father he was and probably has regrets about it and appreciates the honesty with which the film is made short movie ninety eighty minutes. I don't think it totally works because it's done in flashback. There's there's one sequence which is supposed to be Shire as a young actor that's played by Lucas Hedges for Manchester by the sea. So that's Shire in Rehab and you know this is apparently post all the success. He's had he's trying to find himself so that feels more like goodwill hunting therapy scenes which didn't work as much for me. I just didn't think there was a lot of meat on the bone but I loved the flashback sequences which was shy as a kid and I thought he's performances. His Dad was outstanding adding. I'm and he was really really strong in that role because he here's what he did. is He plays a villain no question. That guy's emotionally and physically abusive to a child but it but he's shows the shades of humanity and the fact that really does love. His son calls him honey because he believes family's practice scripts his kidneys. Tell them listen honey. Boy I believe new you're GONNA it'd be a star like you're going to be the man but he just got so much self loathing and the fact that he's a felon for I believe consorting with underage women. I mean he he just a mess. I mean there's one senior. His sons yelling twelve-year-old since. Tell them listen dad shape up yesterday. Treat me better. Stop being a jerk and his dad slaps him and then goes to a strip club and he's doing drugs like in the bath. This guy is brutal and so for Shaya to portray that life story to put it up on the screen. I thought like I said Ed was took a lot of gumption and to play his dad like that was really unvarnished and I thought it was a really good movie. Honey boy. I'm getting at three. Maple leafs shy. There was talk about a supporting actor nomination but as we discussed last week in the pot. I just don't think there's enough spots for him but police. Maybe you should even give it three and a half. I'll give it three for now but I really do that stays with you and I thought it was impactful and I really commend Shiloh. Buffer making. 'cause I think it took a lot of guts to make it. It seems like it offers a really good window until the drama that surrounded shallow buff over his entire career. Yeah I was GONNA say if you're a fan of his and wondering why he came. And it's not like navel-gazing psychologists seeing. This is where he came from this. What his father was like? And no matter what you still always sends his father did Love D.. Had trouble showing it clearly and had a lot of laws like I said okay convicted felon and just didn't want to show that love. But they didn't care for stunning happy. Here I did see shy. and Jimmy Kimmel. Apparently reparations have been made in that father son relationship chips of definitely check out one honey boy three of elites. Now it's time for special. Yes.
"adam amin" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
"Happy Halloween from your friends here at the McAfee show we have an it was a good time the towers of Morgantown or just an absolute blast biggest thing I could find it was a big blow up penis costume your head would I mean I was a six foot one inflatable penis one four different costume contests that night has up on stage when they asked genus and turns out it was an even better costume then whenever it was fully erect the time that I dressed up as an alpine skier are my two favorite Halloween's six in either arm was downhill Alpine skier in campus in rollerblades one two three am uphill today that outfit at thing was award-winning -pletely normal. I believe the Halloween party days are behind me but I'll always Baylor bears game whether it be a costume into booth may be and if you're it has an incredible Texas shirt on with a Bolo hasn't taken off since he got here out to the Astros Champions of the Major League Baseball Season Two thousand nineteen.
"adam amin" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Hometown team. You get the intro, basically introduce the team to your fan base and and get. Them ready and excited about a season that's coming. So I think there's a lot of there's there should be a lot of excitement, and I know I'm feeling very excited about it. I'm currently wearing a Mitchell palooza shirt, so I am not is not a joke. I'm ready. I'm ready. I'm ready for at least five wins is that is that thinking too big? I mean, I just want more than more than three. I think that's too. I don't think that's too much. All right. Good. Good. I learned a lot when I was logging games at my first job at Fox Sports net, and it made me respect and no more about sports that I ever really hadn't cared much for. What sport changed the most in your mind by calling it. I think women's basketball, I think, and I understand we had is great. The final four played in the last year. I, I understand that. So I say that with the with that with that caveat attached to it. But I think people go out of their way to kinda just poop who sport that they're not heavily invested in, and I'm not accusing anybody of anything here. But I think most of us know why that they, they kind of, you know, shun women's basketball, whether it's professionally or in college, and I, I'm not one of those people. I just I don't have that idea in my head. I call plenty of women's sports and and I enjoy him too early because it's part of the job and I enjoy the job, but to really see how how great these players are on a consistent basis and at a high level and on big stages and then having kind of observed the WNBA. More so this summer than I have any other point and just kind of appreciating it for what it is the same way that I mean, we talk about NBA players are so supportive of WNBA players, and they're like, well, listen ball is ball like we can play, and that's what's the most important thing. So I don't know. I don't understand why people go out of their way to kind of, you know, this look and other sport off when there's no reason to. I just feel like if people would take some time to watch it with a critical and objective, I, they probably appreciate it more. So I came in with no expectations. I just knew I, I had a job to do with a great crew and and I just grew up pre shaped the sport that much more. And again, when you're around players and coaches, you're going to become more invested in it. That's just human nature so that I'm sure that's part of it. But you know, I just the my respect level for the sport which is already intact. It's not like I, you know, I, I'm, I'm not making some kind of big turnaround story here, but for me, just my respect level for the athletes. Was that much higher after having gone through an entire season and being invested in the sport, I have my opinion on the best call. I've heard you make, but maybe maybe I'm biased. What? What would you say as one of your best calls your most memorable calls. I mean, I, it's hard to beat the final four. I mean, just with the stakes and the stage and you know the and the fashion in which it happened. I mean, I really every announcer kind of dreams of a moment like that. Everybody wants to call a buzzer beater for a national championship, and that's that's not something you can train for practice, or you know anything like that. It's just you. You hope that you're in the right place at the right time and you don't screw it up too badly. And you know whether it's that or LeBron James buzzer beater and game three of the playoffs against the raptors this year. Like all you hope for is to be in the right place at the right time and then try to encapsulate the moment. So I think those those two which came within a very short amount of time with one another, I think within like a month of one another to have moments like that..
"adam amin" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"So you take you understand that and you remember the feeling you get as a kid or as a fan, watching a cubs game and thinking, oh, oh, Harry, like you, you you, even if he says something outlandish or incorrect, you at least understand that it's coming from a place of joy. So that was important to me listening to Pat Hughes on the radio voice of the Cup and learning what the mechanics are. Baseball, broadcasts listening to Jim Durham when he was in Chicago, and eventually when he was. The lead voice for US PIN, radio, NBA games. You know, those are the guys that I, I grew up to start with weighing layer of these and other one who's still the voice of the Green Bay Packers and was the voice of the Chicago Bears when they won the Super Bowl taking into local guys and then expanding your palate so to speak, you know, watching Brent Musburger what made him relatable to a fan watching Brad Mesler watching Joe tests, or when I really became a student of watching broadcasts, Mike Tariq watching high in eagle. Somebody like I said, who has a great influence on me what type of point guard Dan Schulman is on the air. When he, you know, really goes out of his way to set up his analysts there. There are so many great announcers that we have and that that doesn't even scratch the surface of of the people we have. Now that are, you know, great role models on TV and on the radio. But you take a little bit from everybody and you take the positives from everybody that you think are in. In sync with what type of person and what type of broadcast or you are and what type of that you're developing and eventually you find that, but you you kind of have the crib note at first. 'cause there's no real. Your own self doesn't have a blueprint for how to do this. You kind of have the crib note from everybody else. Yeah, there's that you have to start out a little bit with mimicry until you find your own voice. And of course you do have to eventually find your own voice. You can't just be a replica of someone else that you admire, but combine it with who you are and what's interesting about play by play and color is that they are very, it's very difficult in those jobs to be universally beloved because people don't get to choose you if they want to watch the bears preseason, we're going to get to that. It's going to be you if they want to watch the cubs game, it's going to be, you know, Lennon j. d. your what they get..
"adam amin" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain
"Welcome to the latest edition of that. She said with Sarah Spain. My guest today, Adam Amin from ESPN and I'm gonna let you behind the curtain distal little bit and say that we had technical difficulties when we first recorded this podcast. So we had to come call me again and re it so many things to Adam for being so understanding about sometimes things just get messed up due to no one's fault that I will admit on this broadcast because it wasn't mine and I don't wanna throw anyone the bus, but technical difficulties can get in the way. And he was such a awesome guy for coming in and chatting with me again. And I enjoyed it because I got to talk to him twice and hear his really excellent stories of how at such a young age. She's taken on such a big role at ESPN and some of the secrets to making it as a play by play color broadcaster. Those jobs are very tough and very hard to convince fans to be universally supportive of you when you're calling the game that they're listening to. So a really great conversation with him, and I hope you enjoy this interview with Adam Amine. That's what she said. So. So happy to welcome in this week's guest. Adam Amina play by play commentator for ESPN. You can hear them on college football, NBA college hoops, actually, almost anything we do. We'll get to that later. The things he doesn't do for us and what he wants to do for us. But as of now you can hear them doing play by play in hosting for almost everything across our airwaves, and he is from my home state of Illinois. So let's start way back there in Addison, Illinois as a kid. Did you have a sports obsession to the point where you knew that this is what you wanted to do. All the obsession. I didn't know that this was what it was gonna lead to. I. I'm not one of those guys are just knew right away that this was I wanna be a sports announcer or anything like that. I thought it was gonna be the catcher for the clubs in all honesty when I was, you know, and I was like seven, eight years old watching like Joe Girardi and Rick Wilkins and guys like that quite catcher for the cubs. And that's what I thought I wanted to do what I wanted to be a baseball player, and then you realize like relative recess that that's not gonna happen 'cause you're terrible sports. So that. Now I realized that that wasn't going to be a thing. So I had the obsession, but I didn't realize this was gonna be a career or anything like that. And so probably got into like my senior year of high school and really into my freshman year at college I, that's what I figured out. Yeah, this is something that would be fun. It'd be cool and it'd be awesome to pursue in and it that that's when it really became a reality like, oh, this is a career that people are allowed to go after. You don't just have to like be an accountant, or a doctor, or a lawyer, or an engineer as my mother would try to drill into me constantly. So I, I'm glad that it worked out this way. You have an interesting childhood, your your father coming over from Pakistan, and then needing to save money for a couple years before sending over for your mother and your siblings, but she were the youngest. Right. So you were born here and sort of how a different upbringing than your older siblings? Yeah, it was the first one in my family born in the states, and I, I definitely take pride in that. Like I, I definitely think that's that's like a little bit of a badge Yvonne. Owner that I get the carry it from my family..
"adam amin" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You doing how do you make exciting forty four forty five forty six what are you parenting when you do this i'm fascinated by this yeah it'd be the the processes released similar compared to every other sport that we end up doing it's it's who are the contestants what are the rules what are the trends of the sport historic and current what's the what are what are the sakes what are the record that these athletes are running for and then how do we take all that information and kind of conceptualize what's happening during the event it's like you and i would do during a baseball game or a basketball game any any contest we would go prepare for we just try to take the information that we have and then the event speak for itself and try to complemented and conceptualize it so there are there are obviously governing bodies of competitive eating in fact the the folks that we worked with yesterday or are part of that governing body major league eating so they're in charge of all the world records and basically all this information and then we get the we get the chance to interview some of these athletes we have semantic dodo material and obviously there are stories written about them in the days leading up to the contest we have more information we just try to bring as much of that that's appropriate into the broad cast and and it's like any other sporting event that we would do at any other time in any other part of the country and with us on the shell pennzoil performance line so all that preparation was there anything that came up over the course of this entire day that you weren't prepared for the caught you off guard well i mean obviously the ending i mean there was there was the the controversy the other big you can ever prepare for you can never really predict how something like that's going to happen but that's kind of how we how we approach job right you can kind of expect we'll see the unexpected and that's what ended up happening but i i didn't really i don't really think that there was anything that we weren't prepared for that because you know we're right on top of it or something it's just what what we expected to have happened happened joey jets on the guy who dominated the people so i don't think there was anything surprising or shocking about that guy's really good at this thing man like for whatever reason you know everybody's got their something i don't know what i have i don't know when gold again and then and i've got the movies i mean me go liquor just kind of lumbering through our lives of relief sad depressing state but like these guys are really good at this one thing and it's impressive to watch i know the one thing you were out of and this is the last thing i will leave you with can you please give us your best joe tessa tour impression if you'd like he's calling let's say brown's bills on monday night football how do you think joe tessa tour will call the action baker mayfield numberone pick former walk on impressing the scout skyrocketing up the charts and of course and most importantly they find shuto with a good red wine as he got prepared for his post game meal last deliberation the there has to be appreciate there has to be a pursued oh and wine reference every time you do job that story addition adema mean one of the great rising stars of our industry thanks so much man pre sheets you thankfully appreciate it out of me you can follow him on twitter at out of a mean more joe tessa to impressions coming up but coming up next what do mike ryan a urologist having common we'll get.
"adam amin" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You just can't the hot dogs which makes sense to me but i guess there was some kind of discrepancy with who is eating off what play each plate has five hotdogs on it so you know if there are multiple plates missing you know that that would be natural that there were ten hotdogs missing joey count joey knew that or he felt that he had broken the record saudi at it seventy four seventy five whereas our official count or unofficial county should say had him at sixty four and all we can go by as like espn grew all we can go by whatever the the judges encounters tell us so we have to go by that we can't go by by our own counting method so we had it at sixty four we ended up having to wait to see whether or not you set the world record and finally when george shea the the hype man of all hype men raise joey's arms to give them the bell they said he has set a new world record it was it was incredible kind of a controversial a little bit of a delay but we did get the right number and and we got to see history the bundy brown of hype men if you will it's adnan virk and mike golic junior lebatardshow cigars right now and he's been ready to we're talking with the wonderful adam mean adam how much would i have to pay you to go in the bathroom after joey chestnut one of the bathroom after winning seventy four dogs man there would here's the thing with the money be worth the nightmares that i would occur in for for the next for the next several years old imagine that's a trauma i don't think i'm willing to deal with that would be that would be the the scariest possible side i think in that moment in this context i don't think there's anything more horrifying than that demolished not dollars just imagine chestnut wins are the is there a porta potty nearby you're like oh my god well speaking of that peeling back kurt we were asking is this is this morning morning what meat to the nearest possible facility at this point i am i don't know if you know you're getting ready for this you're preparing for it like you would any sporting event and so you get to talk to a lot of these athletes and research them i need to know is there some sort of tent where they go after where they can just unleash this whether you know i don't know if it's a puke ten or what have you but i can't imagine they allow seventy four hotdogs to go through the full digestive process i can't imagine that that there isn't a place where where they've actually thought about this go all right we need the nearest facility in our joey when like there has to be a plan in place because he has to do interviews he has to do all that right away and then he's gotta have some kind of plan in place right there there there's no way that there isn't like a contingency for whenever this thing and and that's just joey everybody everybody was part of this they're like all right you take exit a and we're going this route it's twenty four steps then we take a lesser and like it's basically like trying to find on the national treasure basically this is nncholas cage movie it becomes at that point excellent reference outta mean right now in the lebatardshow espn radio you are a master preparation movie movie doing on movie references who so far let's you doubled up you're gonna couple of more minutes there so the clock is on you my man but listen your master when it comes to preparation and i've seen your board to do for college football in the work that you put into a basketball like you're everywhere you will literally will call three different sports in three different days whether the nba or it's women's college shop or whatever it is how on earth did you prepare for this research were.
"adam amin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The mets get back and promise i think it's better for baseball when teams like the mets and the yankees at the same time for good i just i understand its thing and we say that about the nba all the time and the nhl but i think it's fair you know there's a versus metz fans when the yankees are good at him now we're all about and then down we'll mets town got to get back to a couple of years ago we're uh we're working on that but attaches great to have you on the show so nice to talk with you and continued success over there at espn thank you appreciate brother thank you adam amin and a the experience beat on the sideline last night to be part of that the broadcast though the emotional swings from ms field goal at the end of regulation alabama they just blew their chance to win the national championship game and then after sixteen yard sacked turnaround and when the whole thing in overtime anyway it was a phenomenal drama last night and you know the big decision obviously to to go to the freshman quarterback we'll talk more about exhibit i know but boots are producer he is just chomping at the bit to come after he thinks nick saeb in is the perfect guy for the new york giants aside of any one a bill bella checks woke up a boots take on that want to get some our phone calls in here as well it is a tshirt tuesday you're calling you get on the air we send you a mets tshirt well it's better than that you get on the air you tell everybody your thoughts you yell at me and then we send you a tshirt out of it so eight hundred three two one zero seven ten the number i'm over metz out stove report mike puma of new york post at 705 match calls just let no start hidden about seven twenty a on the show tonight sports on what people cart the on the voice of new york 710 wor fans joined the.
"adam amin" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Of the place with a new drive around these areas where the the neighborhoods are just destroyed its down power lines all over the place i mean these areas never had a chance so you could buy the wind with the low humidity as well you just have a recipe for disaster nets completely affecting the wineries correct and napa cinema where most of at the grapes grown are dare specific and the weather to because they need mollah need the power to process the grapes do yeah though there are several wider is that are just destroyed a lot of them that were just about to harvest are in the middle of harvesting a lot of their crops those have been destroyed and another thing that's growing recently here in california sin were about to legalize marijuana the fields around this area a lot of them a lot of the farmers here have taken to growing marijuana and there is a lot of marijuana farms that have also gone up so you have the wind and the weed which have both gone up in flames here at its devastating to it's going to be devastating to the economy of this area adam amin distance some flip at all but you've got a giant marijuana cloud which waves that blowing ya i mean it's it's part it's part of the smell here that you can smell in certain areas but i mean overwhelmingly you just smell the wooded that when you get into the areas around the homes the acrid smoke it just it i mean fills your nostrils it's something that's never gonna leave it just smells terrible around much of the area here when i fluent yesterday from los angeles a which is where i'm from and used to the smog flying into the bear area it looked as smoggy ed and f grounded gross as los angeles he elegant a bad day in la before let you go through we talk in a hurricanes it certainly tornadoes here in the midwest about two the idea that you can evacuate a tornado you almost never have the time fires people have to make the.
"adam amin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Yes and radios force i'm doug brown the eagles get a big play on their first possession on the road against the redskins shotgun stepbystep drop what what with plenty of side vo as left bledsoe as light that's a way for one bear gets away what other bear office what altogether oh no italy i saw what's course settle more adam amin on espn radio ve a yard when stagger lower and the eagles lead the redskins seven to nothing in the first quarter seven other games also underway on this opening sunday in the nfl all scores in the first quarter now the the raiders in the titans are tied at seven marcus mario with a 10yard touchdown run for tennessee to tie that game jacksonville's are scoreless in the first in buffalo falcons lead the fares threenothing in the first the ravens lead the bango threenothing late in the first the steelers have a seven nothing leading cleveland against the browns after a blocked punt bruised foot recovered or a touchdown the cardinals lead the lions seven nothing justin betfore with an eighty two yard interception return for a score for arizona and the jaguars leave the texans threenothing in the first quarter from baseball the cubs activate catcher wilson is today he's been out for a month with a strained right hamstring the cubs host the brewers later sunday night face follows in cleveland where the indians are riding a seventeen game winning streak they'll send trevor power against the orioles jeremy hallett send and we'll have it for you at 700 eastern on espn radio and.
"adam amin" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Eddie resort area our grand slam capping a nine run bottom of the purse standing the trains do bad things that the diamondbacks 125 is your vital minnesota in the angels they are still tied for the sacking wild card spot in the american league the trains won't go away we go back to wales pennsylvania historic moment build pitching change for the pirates with chris pringle that here's adam amin it is the 24yearold from lithuania dovid us never oscars who pitched the yesterday after being recalled from triplea eu's gonna pitch here in williams port and he should have come into a tough spot top of the seventh six to three pirates on top and st louis his best power this season all the young will come to the plate representing the tying run no huge spot right here so many times a look at the ninth inning of closing out a ball game but you have moments dislike this where that pitcher coming out of the bullpen it's a high leverage situation and you need him to throw up some swing and missed stuff or perhaps and do say groundball they could be in any ending dealt with righthanded pitcher righthanded battle eighth bigleague appearance for never oscars the pitch and he just missed did side 10 the on tonight is oh for free but like we saw yesterday he can have a rough night at the plate and then just like that he could go deep he comes to the chest i said kicks spires fastball fouled off to the right mandy six mile an hour pitch which on a one thousand dollars nearly got a chance to play even williams four when he was a little leaguer he was playing for lithuania and they will one win away for from reaching the little league world series what pull it ended up beating lithuania in a final preventing lithuania and dob at us from reaching the little league world series so here he is pitching in williams port one one fastball taken for a strike on the outer edge wanted to out of a cool moment full circle had a chance to pitch here about a decade plus the goal use pitching in little league baseball and now he gets to do it in the big leagues tonight of the first mlb little class tiger run is the young at the plate one out the seven but once you pitch.