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"aikman" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"All quarterbacks you talk about their coach like that it'd be nice now even if you don't what in the world is the problem you know how you go into those your contract negotiations eleventh hour you gotta get something done before arbitration you know talking about before free agency starts or ends and you go through and say or you're trying to trade somebody you hash it out right. You're close the frigging door. You order food and you keep talking until nobody's left behind. Yeah i it's baffling to me. It's still to this day. The legal stuff like he said. I don't know anything about the legal stuff other what i read. From his spoke football wise. This will end up being one of the most football wise tragic. Tragic a way to put it. Because that's when people tragic wait if i don't even like to put tragic when it comes to this will become one of the most regrettable maybe both sides and horrific football decisions. Yeah in an organization system. Because i can't remember the last time. A franchise quarterback this young with this money. This this show this one team right where this happened unless it's fifteen years in india. He's all right i. This is unprecedented. We don't do this in the nfl. We just don't the legal stuff. I get but the football stuff. The football stuff how grown asked me and can't sit and then both sides would expect you to sit down and talk about other things. I don't know how an organization would sit and say listen before the legal stuff even kicked in you should've had him wanting both sides him playing football here and he should've wanted to after the hand him forty million bucks a year and i still don't know that we can truly sit down and have an opinion on if they do want him to play or not because. I don't think that any of the information that gets out is from the texans cam. Caserio leaks anything out. I don't think good anyway has any true gauge on what he actually wants to do with the situation. I think it's all the sean side pushing a narrative to medium that that it's never going to happen and he's going to get if in fact if in fact that well. I would be more shocked to hear that. Nicosia put stuff out there than if he didn't. He comes from a place you don't you're around seventy twenty years. That's that environment you. That's how you do it that when you ran a teacher who you've been around. If i was around a coach for twenty years or coaches i take what they did and apply that to what i'm gonna do in micro troy aikman if he's ever. Gm you know he's gonna use he's gonna learn from the stuff they didn't want to do. Okay jimmy johnson. How he evaluated t. Here's how i'm doing it. Even when he was a coach or he's going to go from the best of the best and he's gonna use that. That's what you're supposed to do. It's just beyond me that it's got to this point that the football part you couldn't sit down and say does your quarterback how we're sorry a nicosia. I was not here. But i can promise you this going forward. Things are changing bengals. Let's go and you know how things change with franchise quarterbacks. It's unbelievable we've got to this situation sports. Talk seven ninety sean. Southwards she'll car bingo card. Bingo dot com. Would you like a. How would you like to take your your vehicle that you're ready to trade and get the best value for it and get it in two minutes. Well i got an idea for you. Listen you can turn your car in and just a few steps. We're gonna turn it into money all right. Give vin number. You're going to provide a few details like at the vehicle's vin number mileage. Then what you're going to do it. Carbon go dot com. You're going to sit back. You're going to relax and you're not going to have to wait long matter of fact. Normally it's all get back to you in a week. It back in two days get back to the end of the day. We'll handle the rest. Got it at carbon. Go dot com. Now no see in two minutes. That's exactly right and just two minutes. You're going to get an offer. They're going to review your vehicles details and send you a real firm offer. Just two minutes. Incredible trade your keys in for money folks get what you deserve one of the car. Bingo acquisition specialists will perform a quick review of the vehicle and will cut you a check ride on the spot. No hassles two minutes. Is it car bingo car. Bingo dot com. Your car's worth more. They want to deliver the highest value for your vehicle with an instant real offer with an easy. Pick up or drop off pretty cool and a way to get the most out of your vehicle. And have the best and most committed experienced possible it's car bingo dot com bingo folks. You know when you went bingo at the at the parlor. Guess what you win money. We about to make money now car. Bingo dot com carbon go dot com a lot. The sean south street show continues is to.
"aikman" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"To see a buddy. Thanks for coming. Yeah you got a man thanks. Troy awesome right brother. Thank you thanks. Ali just hang up buddy. Go take a gotta go. Russia's nose awesome. God troy's cool. Jesus see school. I love him. He is he has more integrity than You know i. I wish i wanna be friends. I i'm going to you know he'd be good for you. Be good sounding board you. I think so. I think we'd We'd go deep but just don't start any conversation with so what's up now. I definitely won't. I'm coming with a plan. You know what i mean. I'm not even gonna say name. He'll answer the phone and be like okay. So here's what's happening right now. Got this this this and that's it so i'm not a phone guy. I don't like to talk on the phone and aaron does. sometimes aaron is just like so like what's up. I'm like what do you mean what's up with you for twenty years like what's up like what are we got with the figures calling me. How did you get this number. Yeah aaron loves the phone. She's like sometimes we'll just sit on the phone. No words will be exchanged. And i'm like hello like what are you doing. I'm like i. I don't know i mean i'm just i'm here. What do you need some. I gotta go. I love you all right bye bye. Listen to daddy issues on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts. Daddy issues is a production of cavalry audio and iheart media produced by margot carmichael sound engineering and editing by josh windisch executive produced by. Joe lock oliver. Hudson dana brunetti and keegan rosenberg. Listen we all love ice cream. But there's ice cream and then there's jenny's ice cream jez. Unique flavors like brown butter almond brittle a buttercream ice cream with golden pockets of and crunch and bramble berry crisp ice cream. That tastes just like a fresh berry. Cobbler topped with vanilla. Ice cream. All made from scratch no synthetic flavorings dies. Ice cream is great. And jen's makes it better find danny's one of a kind ice creams including gluten free and dairy free flavors at scoop shops and grocery stores nationwide and online at japanese dot com. That's j. e. n. s. dot com. The air we breathe the water entering the soil that grows food for our families. These basic elements are essential to healthy. Happy lives america's corn. Growers thinks so too across the country pitching in every day and doing the work to produce food and fuel. That is healthy. Sustainable way go to. Nc g. a. dot com to learn more about how corn farmers grow a more sustainable future for us all that's in c. g. a. dot com in a rapidly changing world. People wonder more and more about where their food comes from and out was grown. The farmers who grow america's corn understand. How important this is and share the stories from our farms of how we are working to grow an incredible crop that can be an answer to sustainability questions and has grown by men and women who value the air water soil and our natural resources. Just like you to find out more about how corn farmers are working to feed and fuel a vibrant economy and healthy planet visit. Nca dot com a commitment to the future..
"aikman" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"And then you know there were some other you know. Get into the whole. It wasn't even said. Because i was like these are my friends and blah blah but now it just looks like maybe these are cousins of mine or some shit. I have no idea what people why it happened that way. We said this before you hopped on because they won every head to head matchup up at the start of each round. We never played. So if i didn't introduce my family including my poor sister who never spoke a word on this show which is this was her the highlight of her life. She don't say that i. If i don't introduce my family you would have never seen them. It's so funny and people think i'm being a smart ass when i say it and i'm not because he's two years older than me when i was really paying attention to the nfl trae. C'mon was troy aikman by you know. Yeah do i remember bradshaw sure. Do i remember the eighties in montana. And all that. Yes but but by the time i really cared about covering or looking at the nfl. With a with a discerning eye troy aikman was troy aikman and somebody brought it up on a podcast. I did about our relationship. And if i ever called games aikman did while aikman's cowboys were so frigging good that every week they got mad and some raw their broadcast crew. But my first year second year. I'm working with tim. Green and troy troy's. Let's say the cowboys weren't that good that year. And i think troy found out or figured out that the end was near when the guys covering his nfl game. What job lock in tim. Green you walk into the production meeting like who in the hell. Are these two people that. I'm about to sit down and tell secrets to well. We always had we always had madden and summerall was pretty much every week unless we were planning on monday night. And then we had al and dan and frank gifford and you know that crew and whoever was doing monday night that particular year and i remember when we when i walk in for a production meeting and it would be stockton and melon. I'd kind of be taken aback. Because i knew that that was their number two team and i was like well. Where's where's madden and summerall this week. And they weren't doing us they were covering the forty niners typically how it worked but i mean if we had sixteen games in a regular season i bet twelve of them were madden and summerall covering them and then the one year shit was towards the enemy and we weren't very good and that and and it was a reminder when i walked in and i don't know what number crew you guys were joe. I don't even remember the production. May joe always told me when we got paired together in the broadcast booth. He said you know. I covered one of your games one year. I said you did. I mean did. I come in for the production. Meaning he goes. Oh yeah you came in and it was when we were playing cincinnati. I said i did. I don't remember that he goes yeah. You weren't real pleased about being in there. haven't talk. Talk was so great. Oliver we sit down and like so so for people. Who don't know if you're a great team you're going to get the top broadcast crew for each network. Well that's why they had some raw madden and summerall every once in a while the number two team will we show up. We were the number three or number four team and we walk in there and tim green. Who's a wonderful guy and going through his own battles right now starts in like kind of just shooting the shit with toilet. Hey what's going on as like. Yeah much yes doing all right. Troy just cuts off. He's like look. Do you have any questions about the game. Because because i'm not gonna play the. Hey what's going on gaming and so here we are x. Number of years later paired together and from day one. I was asking the guy favors to come to saint louis to do my children's hospital golf tournament. He was all in so i. I saw troy player. Who was intense. And i've seen troy the broadcaster who's just is giving a guy as halvor. It's all over. It's like when you're on the phone with. I'm not a phone guy. But when i'm on the phone somebody calls and you answer the phone. I mean i want to know why they called. And then let's yeah let's get to it and then get off the phone but then when they say so you know what else is going on. Really what else like. We're gonna make things up for conversation. So when when i that would know in that story so when i got into broadcasting said already i was the number two guy when i first started. It was really really important to me to be on a crew to wear when players walked in. They respected you because they knew it was at least state a bigger game. You know i wasn't doing the number one game. But i was doing the very next game which meant a lot. So these these guys that are doing the games between teams. That are really struggling. I mean it's hard. It's hard on them. It's harder on them than it is on us doing the games. We'd do it you know and it's just it's a it's a tough situation on them especially when you're doing games with teams. That just aren't planning very well. It's hard to be positive. You know. I mean when when we cover game there to good teams that are that are generally. Haven't really good year so we get to kinda celebrate that we don't have too big we don't have to be negative and just talk about all the things that have gone wrong and so it becomes a much tougher job i think for the crews that are that are that are lower in the ranking than than the one or two who. Who's your who's new. Who's number two behind. You guys While this year it was last year. It was kevin burkhard. And daryl johnston this year kevin burkhardt and greg olsen who just retired. He was with seattle last year carolina. A lot of years in chicago and and Yeah really talented guy. Great guy and and he'll be the number two guy this year in his for much like man has first season of broadcasting. Now i'm i if you if you get a minute. Go on his instagram. And what they've been through as a family and child heart transplant and yeah it's just. His attitude is phenomenal. And i just don't know how that just doesn't wear the life out of you at you. Don't know this troy but oliver is shooting a show that you and i are going to promote on fox. He's now owning family. Yeah yeah doing a show albuquerque. I'm doing it. It's it's an hour show. It's called the cleaning lady and it's sort of like a mob vegas drama play like an fbi special agent who operates in the gray area. You know he's not necessarily on the up and up. But the i i the the minute i got the gig The first thing i thought of was was buck. I'm like oh shit. It airs in january. I think during the playoffs and maybe he will for the first time in our friendship be promoting something on air guys will be talking about. That would be. That's awesome such a treat for me so you're filming you've already filmed it now. I'm shooting now. I'm back and forth from new mexico to la blind flying a bunch but yeah it's good and home and home. Ali take your three kids in the staggered. That's right. I gotta do right now. You gotta go take your kids to school. I know but home right now to be there for day. One you remember. Those days troy day one of scary and exciting that was for both parent and kid. It's the best it's awesome. It's gone before you know. Yeah my kids walk past main. These heavy egyptian musk oil. I mean it just literally. I can't get it out of my nostrils. He's got a kid troy. The just went through puberty. That wants to work alone school in eighth grade. But oliver didn't get them colonie. Got him egyptian. Musk oil is that. Is that the one who sometimes makes a cameo. Yes the coffee pot. Yes yes yes. Totally unfazed by my insanity. My whole family is the stat. I can tell you're used to it. They're very they just have their morning. And and i'm the one sort of doing some sort of an insane bid.
"aikman" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"Are a little bit older than mine. So that is the glue I guess at our core that that that allows us to have the relationship that we have. And i think that's why i have so much respect for him and i think it's probably why so much respect for me but to go back to the question so i'll be. I'll be an empty nester my first night as an empty nester will be tomorrow night Jordan jordan so alleys off at smu. Which is her high school. Her high school was further away than college. So i i don't. I don't really know how that how that works just yet. But she's already gone off. She went Last week jordan. My oldest leaves tomorrow to go back for her sophomore year at washington and lee. And so this'll be a new experience for me because for the first time and the football season i won't feel pressure to get back home as soon as possible so as soon as games would end i'd be back getting home just as soon as i could and now if i want to spend an extra day or so somewhere i can do that. I can travel so you know. It's a new phase. You know anytime you hit these different phases of life and try to get your attention and this one has me but it's one i'm looking forward to. I'm kind of excited about You know them. Growing and maturing and experiencing new things and kind of leaving the nest and figuring things out for themselves a little bit and And then you can only hope done the right job you know because yeah they're going to college and you're like okay. I did all. I can do now. You are off into the real world and it can be scary at times especially now supposed social media and just access so much access you know i mean is that were you or do you feel confident in your skills in in your in your your girls personalities. They're going yeah. It's such a great point. And i totally agree that you you get them to this point and you hope that you did a good enough job to where they're mature enough and make good decisions responsible and and all those things but i also i. I have a lot of friends who are much older than i am. Whose kids are now into their forties and and and there are some not many but there are. There are few that i know who their kids were. Great kids through high school. They went off to college. And just got in with the wrong crowd missy. So i i've been told that you know hey. Kids are kind of their their molded. Now i mean they kind of are what they are. You don't have to worry about those things and my girls are good girls and you know i also understand that every parent thinks that But i do feel. They're responsible and i just hope that like any parent that they just continue to make good decisions. I try to remind that other. But i also try to give them enough leash that they can go kinda figure it out for themselves. They're gonna make some mistakes. How we all did no. Yeah and and now we just haven't ability to track these kids a little bit better but we're able to do and that's of a double edged sword on the one hand you think man if i didn't know where they were i'd be totally blissed and all that but now that you know you're kind of you know to comment on this or not but so far so good. I know it's true these these apps now. We have this thing called life. Three sixty so i know i know we're all i know. Where my kids are you know gets kinda great all that stuff. I pointed at what point he is like dad. Okay life. three sixty was great when we were younger. And now we're at college. And i'm not gonna have you tracking me to sick mci. You know and know that. I'm leaving at four. Am well if they watch this podcast which they will. I'm sure they'll they'll now no. But i don't let them know that. I actually no think that. I never look at like free. Sixty so they you know now the cats out of the bag of their on their apps there. Yeah they're all they're going to do is they're going to have their pay somebody to hand their phone to you to sit on sitting dorm and i'm going to go out and data think i'm sitting here and in johnson hall on the sexiest kitsch couldn't possibly live without their phones. No get an did you. Did you always want to be. Did you always want to be a dad. I mean is that something that was important to you early on one hundred percent. Yeah i always I always wanted to be a father at it. It's always been The really the most important party. When i was when i was much younger mid twenties i mean i always knew i wanted to be a father and and then you know once i had children You know my personal circumstances Warranted that you know my change kind of my perspective even more so in a became even a higher priority in my life. And it's been you know the rest of it. I you know you know this. Joe certainly knows this at all this other stuff we do. We talk about broadcasts and social media and acting and who cares. I mean when it's all said and done The ones who knows best our kids and our our spouses and friends and relatives are the ones who tell our story. When it's all said and done that they're the ones who tell it accurately and Wha whatever the fans thing can although i think you know a world the world of whatever fans i have you know they don't they don't know me the way that the people who are normally do and and then i hope it's. I hope it's a good story. When wouldn't tell it one day it will because there's a respect that your girls have for you that i see just all over them the way they look at you when they come visit us in the booth. I mean i haven't seen him as much over the last couple years. Because a covert and they have their own lives. But i i just don't think we all have to worry but i think you've put enough in to where you don't have to worry about them making decisions that are going to negatively affect them or you and i think that's always the other layer to this and it's it's what all of our kids have to deal with and i'm not whining about it and i'm certainly not making this thing. People know in dallas. That's terrific when's get people know in saint louis. Oh that's joe bucks. That's jack bucks grandkid. I always knew that wherever. I went even in high school parties. And whatever i was lugging around a little bit of my dad with me. And and i didn't want to be the jerk getting in a fight getting arrested because i knew it would it would and it would not look good for my dad and that kept me on that straight narrow path. Now you can do the other stuff. I mean oliver. You were wilder certainly than than me as a kid. But you came around. And i would say the same thing about you that i just said about troy. I know you as a great dad first and foremost and then a very talented funny good guy. Second secondly Yeah i mean for me. It was a different time when i was fifteen. Sixteen years old and just crazy out of my mind in los angeles. I mean there was no social media or no cell phone so it was much easier for me to not embarrass my parents. You know but it's it's it's true. I mean there is that factor. You know i mean even in my little neighbourhood. My kids are doing ding dong ditch. And they're putting tape on the street and like the cars roll over the tape and it looks sounds like a flat tire and they've gained this reputation away my little neighborhood and i've heard murmurs of. Oh it's all hudson. It's like celebrity. Kids your asshole kids. Think they can do anything. I'm like shuttle like their their children..
"aikman" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"One quarter of chris collins worth in one of these games do that person as come on. Oh come on. I mean he is. He's so great and we went through so many things together. That should be in a book. A i've talked with him a couple different times here over the last few weeks like an hour at a time. I've had some really great conversations with now now you get those body some funding swatting stuff. Listen we're good oliver. I was stuck between these two guys. They are a types. They are dominant people in chris. Collins worth both great broadcasters you know both great players both but they have opinions so not their opinions did not always match up which made for great tv in my opinion but also made for a little bit of stress and i was always feeling like i had to go back between the two guys like what chris really meant to say when he said this troy and finally we get out of it. Now we're all now. We're all great friends and i. I don't know it's it's funny that hold on it's funny you say that because everyone gives you shit for being biased. Even though you're absolutely not but what if you flipped it would if you leaned into that. What if you had to announcers who actually cared about the other team would get into it on air. You know. with a lot of knowledge that would be out would be amazing to watch on well. Espn kind of does that. They have simulcasts that. Go on where they will they will. They will pull in somebody from it. Happens a lot in the collegiate level. But now it's going to happen in the nfl because peyton manning's going to have a show with eli manning and it's going to be like almost counter programming to their own programming which is kinda crazy to me that you've got a game your own announcers and then over on here on. Espn two or whatever it is. Click into that. If you wanna listen to peyton and eli talk about it and not the guys that we actually higher pay to cover the game. Right what yeah. It's strange fox's in doing that are they gotta hope. I hope i was just thinking when when we're talking about kind of that subtle nature of working together in a high pressure thing. I'm sure it's not that different than in the acting world oliver because you know if if troy screw something up royally or i screw something up royally. I go back to my early days with tim green when i was doing games than he and i were just figuring it out and if he struggled well then we struggled. I hate that feeling i call perfect game but if my partner on air partner is not is not having a great game then we don't have a great game and so that's why you have to play off each other and highlight each other's strengths and i would imagine you know when you're doing a scene with somebody you're really dependent and that's why the old age old actors thing line of. Oh they're just so giving and they're just doing this scene. Daniel day lewis. He's such a giving you you because you're only as good as what they're giving you and you have to play off that so we're doing that same thing. We're just doing it. Live to action that we're not controlling which may job that much harder you may actually. It's an interesting point. You bring up because you guys have the luxury of being together in the booth for that many years in really learning each other and liking each other if you guys had a bad relationship just even personally. This wouldn't be twenty years in the making. It would've ended so with as an actor. I've been lucky there's been moments where the people on set have not been so great but for the most part i have never had a really bad experience but i mean i'd say probably thirty percent of the time you've got actors working together whom and fucking like each other. Sometimes there are things that go down. Were egos clash. Someone's in their trailer too long or whatever's happening and you have to be in love with this person and you just do not like them but you have to quote unquote act. That happens all the time you know where you just It's your best friend or whatever and you. I hate this dude. He's just kim human being. But now i gotta love him and hug them you know. And that's my boy. Don't go anywhere we'll be back after this short break. Remember your last urgent care visit. It cost a hundred dollars after day stuck to a plastic chair and a lingering paranoia that you caught cove it in the waiting room. We are changing that at hella. Wisp dot com. You can privately message doctor and pick up your same day prescription in just three hours. That means less time waiting and more time. Doing the things you love. Our doctors specialized in treating and preventing those annoying reproductive and sexual health issues that affect all humans. Say bye to the doctor's office and hello wisp treat. 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Well troy and i have been through. And it's why i was excited to have troy on for a million reasons but we've been through a lot of the same life experiences but i think what what we really bond over other than what we do at work is it. Were dads to two daughters. And he's seen my girls grow up. I've seen his girls grow up. I can say this. And i've said it many times publicly of all the things that troy aikman is great at and it's a long list not the least of which is being hall of fame quarterback in super bowl champion hit. What he's best at is being a dad and really really stepping up when his girls need him and now i'm anxious because we haven't really talked roy much and that's going to change here soon about being an empty nester because his youngest alley just left. Now she's down the street at a at a local school but man what is that like. And how's it going for allie there at smu. Well alleys doing great and thank you for for saying that. I am about being a father. I sent you know. Joe knows this. I said it is at his wedding The night before. I.
"aikman" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"Wilders birthday and it's their first day of school today so it took rio to school this morning at eight fifteen. We do this podcast. Then i take bodey at ten forty five then. I come home then. I take wilder at twelve. Why are they staggered like that. Why it's just the first day it's like orientations for each grade and it's you know it's one of those so they won't be like that is it does. Do you ever get over that first day. Jitter as a parent. Now i i've gone through it with documented this thousand times going through it again but when you kind of push them out of the nest. I don't care what grade they're in your always holding your breath to how the kids are gonna be. You know they're gonna fight now. I know there's a lot of returning friends is going to be new kids. There's a new dynamic and and it's always a little a sketchy and a little intimidating. I think both to kid and parent to know that you're going to deal with as the year goes on. Yeah well. Rio is going into second grade. The only one who is new to the school is bodey my middle. This is the first time that they've all been at the same school ever. So bodies brand new into sixth grade at this new school. But he's so fucking easy. I'm nervous. he's like no no. I'm excited like why are you excited. He goes. I don't know new people. You know excited so he. He's he's just got a whole different vibe. Wilder is entering eighth grade and new man. I mean he's gone through puberty and is voices dp gained seventeen pounds. He's grew four inches. All he cares about his hair. He's wearing my egyptian. Musk oils cologne. I'm like i got something better to your kid is going to eighth grade wearing cologne. He wanted cologne. I didn't get him cologne. I got. I have these essential oils. That i've had since i was in my twenties. I used to wear them when. I was single egyptian. Musk and i smelled so fucking good. That i didn't even need to look good. I just needed to smell good. It was like this. It was like this attract. I was just you know. And so he's like put it on. He's wearing that shit cool gypsum. Musk in the eighth grade. That is phenomenal. That might be the best thing you've ever heard said on this vibe cast and that's saying a lot because we've done instead a lot here but that your your eighth grade son says everything about you to that. He's he's all slick down. He's ready to kind of walk in door swinging. Open like like the sheriff walking into a wild west saloon. Hey come on ladies. it's egyptian. Musk act yeah. Yeah yeah. I just have to. I have before he goes to school. I have to tell him. Don't say egyptian. Musk it sounds too crazy. You know what. I mean like if someone says oh my god you smell so good. What what are you wearing. We just gotta make it up maybe. Em or i don't know because he always you blame. Blame it on acts spray. I mean you always. You can blame everything on axe body spray especially at that age mixing with my skin and i have my own natural ramones in chemicals coming out and when you put this acts cool mist onto my body i smell like you know. Indiana jones that he wanted axe. And i'm like dude. We gotta do you one better than acts you know. Just here's some essential oils from one thousand nine hundred egypt. Yeah exactly shit. His age too. I mean if it's probably aged like a fine wine so you may be discovering something that even the ancient egyptians never knew that if you store their musk for twenty plus years. It comes out as he may. He's going to show up in the car at the end of the day. Just hickeys all over his neck in shirt ripped off kodaly. This was a may. This is the best first day of my life. So he's he's prepping and he's got his whole hair routine down now where he washes his hair and then he brushes it and then he puts it into the perfect position and then he has to let it air dry so when he walks around the house wallace drying. It's almost like he's a neckbrace. He doesn't even move. He doesn't move his neck because he doesn't want his hair to get out of place. So great i. I could talk about this for a day because it. I can't wait to go through this with by little boys. You know the best thing about my girls go into catholic school is they had a uniform so it was never like. Why are they going to catholic school. I the number one overriding reason. So that everyday was not a fashion show. It was uniform. They slop in dole girls. They slop out. They do their work and school is not lake. I got a i mean. My daughter's hair was a by the time they're seniors. It's just like a rat's nest and they don't think eliminating that was a good thing for for them. Yeah no i know. I mean there's definitely there's definitely that and the other side of that coin. Is you know there is something about expression creatively with your clothes and how you look just dealing with the perils of putting on something wrong and taking a chain go shit. That didn't work. That's so great. Well our guest today is is troy. Aikman we're going to be joined by him here in a couple minutes. But you and i need to talk about the airing of our family episode. Yeah can go through this without. And i'm scared because there's so many things to say about it and i don't want troy to jump on in the middle of it but yeah i'm getting just destroyed on the internet as being a sexist astle who doesn't listen to his wife his sister and his two daughters. Meanwhile i'm like. I'm the one that got invited and i could have brought anybody clearly. Oliver brought three of his friends. I and i chose to bring a little nest of women that i have of me first of all to clear my fan. There's no jin in hell that my family would ever go and do that i i. Would i would 'cause. I have fun with no kate. Hudson no no capability hall. Goldie hawn kurt russell. No y you know what i mean like. I've got my wife and then my three boys you know but i. I didn't think about that when we were doing it. And then i watched it this morning. Actually and i was like. Oh yeah joe will get destroyed for this. Just because he's such a target anyway. And now you're not listening to your girls you sexist bastard right which is absurd. Because here's who's answer. I went with my youngest dot. That was my youngest daughter's answer. That was not my answer. That was her answer If you remember we gathered you guys had your three strikes come out of it and michelle goes steve. Can we huddle again. Because we had nothing we were gonna see.
How to Keep Trusting in Christ
"Joshua chapter eight or swan in the lord. Seta joshua do not fear and do not be dismayed. Take all the fighting men with you in arise go up to a i c i have given into your hand the king of ai and his people his city and his land. Few remember josh. Which after seven because of aikman's sin the people of god were defeated at ai. When they tried to go to battle in that particular place they were defeated. Why because they had sinned against god and god was not with them. God had not promised to give them that land and now as a result of what happened in the last part of joshua chapter seven and judgment toward aken in his sin. Now god says to joshua. Don't be afraid. don't be dismayed. Go up to a. I and i will give it into your hands in. The lesson is crystal clear when you put joshua chapter seven and eight together when god is not for you then you have no hope but when god is for you then you have all hope. That's just simple significant. Truth that we see echoed all throughout the bible. If god is not for you then you have no hope but if god is for you then you have all hope. The point is put your open. God put your trust in god. Seek god honor god glorify. God this is your hope in this life.
"aikman" Discussed on The NFL Show
"That. The players have confidence. If you need to step in and solve a problem you're capable of being able to do that if that's what's necessary but finding that balance is something you strive to do. But i think at the end of the day you know you wanna keep doing the things that helped you get a chance to become a head coach but not at the expense of losing sight for overseeing the entire team. You know having a relationship if you're an offensive coach with the defensive players being involved in the kicking game and and i kind of talked about this in a in a previous question that was asked a few episodes back but I think being intentional about understanding what's going on being able to communicate with the other players in that language. You know so same way. That remorse is talking to erin donald and jalen ramsey. I'm able to echo and articulate those same things so they know it is important the same way that jodi camilla's is talking to johnny hecker and to matt gay. I'm able to speak that same language in same thing with the rest of our coaches and so It's i think to each his own on that. But i do think it's important to have an understanding and really it helps increase your knowledge in a big picture perspective which can only make you a better coaches. Well would you ever step in and make a call a crucial point of the game on defense or no. Yeah i would say this. There's there's a co- you know what i think. People misunderstand is it's like You know it's a one call and then there's no dialogue. There's a constant on-going dialogue that exists between coaches. When they have that headset on. That's an open line. And so there's constant dialogue. Okay in this situation. What do we like right here in this third down right. It's second down. We're talking about if they convert or if it's a third down and so there's definitely a free flowing dialogue that exists you know. There's this narrative like if you're an offensive play caller defensor if you're the special teams coordinator you know you're not having any sort of involvement in in or you're not having any sort of feedback and input from the other coaches. You know that's part of what the best staffs do. There's a collaboration you know. There's a of good things that have resulted and our offense having success. That was a suggestion of another coach. That i might have just sent the plan. But i wasn't the one that i it spurred the thought process. You know. I can go through a handful of examples of that and then on the other side with the defense. But the best coaches. I've been around understand how to make definitive decisions but also collaborate and connect with their players and their Other coaches to really You know make it the best that can possibly be. That's all we got. We got no voicemail today. This is the double. This is part two aikman. We couldn't get it done. We'll be back next week with a voicemail. So just the emails females yeah. Enclosing box made might have been appropriate for this week. Then just the box. The inbox woulda worked. Thanks again to troy aikman. Who gave us two hours of his time. Spent over two episodes was maybe our most introspective guests yet and really just shared so much about his life his career but also his wisdom and means the world to both of us as you can. Listen in this podcast I've a strong personal connection to troy. And sean it seems as though you do as well. Yeah no i. And i'll tell you what's been fun from every single guest that we've had on Even starting where it was just us talking from the first episode to all the episodes since we're learning at. I think that's one of the things you know. You're learning from these guests. You're having fun. But then there's also those moments where men that s a who a better write that down in and i feel like that's been a really rewarding thing but we've also had fun doing it. This podcast is about urgent enjoyment. Peter what do you think about that. I think it's the best podcast going. And i appreciate your urgent enjoyment and craig. I appreciate all your work to. I say it every time guys. I'm having a blast doing this at some of the most fun i've had in my entire professional career and couldn't imagine doing it with two other guys so thank you earnestly for for making the so good i feel like Today stuff with troy just was icing on the cake. Now it's been great. Peter you've been awesome and craig. You've done such a great job and it's really been great Connecting with you guys on a weekly basis doing this. Let's do it again next week. Us flying coach will be back with another great guests..
Searching for Akerns
"Before you get to indoctrinated i want you to take a second note the way that you pronounce. The words spelled a. c. o. r. n. Say it out loud and remember it. It means something. I've always been interested in aikman's i've looked for them relentlessly since i was a boy. It wasn't until i was an adult. I realized there was national attention about the way the word was pronounced. I've been in the arena so to speak on this debate for some time. Imagine it's kind of like being born into a war. You didn't know you were fighting. Maybe you or even the one instigating but you didn't know why acres porn it. I've always felt this. We're going to discuss the puzzle. Piece they play in acquiring wild meat specifically for white tailed deer. But i think will find other reasons why they're
Holocaust Survivor Who Testified Against Eichmann Dies at 91
"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting a Holocaust survivor who testified at **** commander in elf Eichmann's trial has died Joseph Zalman Kleinman Holocaust survivor who testified against Adolf Eichmann at the **** commanders trial died Tuesday according to Israeli media he was ninety one Kleinman was one of fewer than one hundred eighty thousand Holocaust survivors remaining in Israel born in Slovakia in January nineteen thirty Cliven and his family were deported by **** Germany to the camp at Auschwitz Birkenau in nineteen forty four his father mother and sister were killed at Auschwitz after the war Kleinman emigrated to Israel I commend one of the architects of the Holocaust was captured by Israeli Mossad agents in Argentina in nineteen sixty put on trial in Jerusalem in nineteen sixty one Aikman was found guilty of crimes against humanity crimes against the Jewish people and war crimes and executed the following year hi Mike Rossio
How Infrastructure as Code Is Accelerating Cloud Adoption
"Welcome everyone to another episode of. It visionaries and today we have the vice president of engineering. And has she core pretty small pretty welcome to the show. Thanks matt super excited about chatting today all right. let's get right to it. How she court and its suite of products or some of the most popular products. In that i've ever heard about in Among the developer community. So everyone i know that is a full stack developer or back end. Developer is using a hash core product at some level for those. That don't know what you guys do. What is ashi core. And what are some of the products. And why do you think is become such a standard in the development community. Yeah awesome. Let's start with that. So how she is a company. That is really focused on helping customers on their journey to cloud no digital transformation is top of mind and it really depends the way that applications are being billed is no longer have sort of the traditional data centers in data methods of operating. And so are chronic. Swede is essentially helping customers on that journey when you think of us we were really founded as an open source software company and we have eight organ source projects today and these projects really kind of play different roles in that journey for the cloud operating model the first set of products really around helping developers kind of in their lifetime time environment in building images and those are aikman and packer. Richardson packer almost become household names in any developer community. Now we followed that with the tax reform and tear form is used to essentially provision your infrastructure.
"aikman" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Just don't know where this organization you know where they go there. There's so many things that have to be addressed. This'd off season. Starts the sad music going there as well. I mean, how did we How did it get this far this fast? I understand you, but you lose your quarterback to an injury like that. Obviously, things are bad, but this is a team and not just the crazy people like me who we're talking about Super Bowl aspirations. And now, Troy Aikman says, I don't know where to go. There's so many problems with this team. This officer there are so many problems and the biggest problem I see is you. Are you going to re sign back? Are you going to sign back to a long term contract? That's number one for me. Number two. You got to do something about the defense. The defense is out now awful. And I am not so sure anymore. That Mike McCarthy after some bonehead decisions this year and after just Just the just that last cup. Uh, we we knew they're gonna run. We didn't stop it. Well, why didn't you practice that Get Dunder Ed? Uh, are you saying that you think he might be in danger of being a one and done, coach? I mean, they all him so much money, he says kind of line, but it's not know Jones has more money than anything for money. I wish they would. I think they need it. E. I would never. I would think that it's impossible just because Jerry Jones if he were to fire him is effectively. That's why Jason Garrett was employed for so long was because Jerry didn't want to admit He didn't get his guy And I think the same is true here if he fires him after one season that Jerry's kind of saying, Oops, that was my guy. I picked the wrong guy. My bad But it is clearly a problem. Three and nine. The Cowboys are and I will. Officially what is what is it December the ninth. Declare.
"aikman" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Bill O'Reilly is here tomorrow morning at 9 50 on 5 50 KF II on FM and 95.5 ht to rob and I have been caught on a hot mic or anything like that. Not that that's ever happened to Robbie was right. Maybe why we appreciate you being here. Hot mikes are dangerous. Because we go to break and if it one firm and cows pushing all the buttons, the man behind the curtain and he doesn't get our safety belts on in there. Sometimes we forget to turn off our mic and we just started chatting. And I'm like Did that make air he goes? No, man I got you like, Thank goodness. So hot Mike. They're dangerous in our business and all the media world. And even the pro pro pros, even people as good as Robin. I like Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. Joe Buck in Troy pigment, both enjoyment. Obviously, eyes in the Hall of Fame quarterback got Joe Buck should be in that probably in the Broadcasting Hall of Fame. If not, he will be. He's calls world. Siri's. He is, is one of the Fox guys and you'll recognize the voice right away, but it's what they're saying. On a hot Mike after a military philae over before a football game, a military flyover. Area. A lot of Jeff That's Troy Aikman. Troy Aikman, saying. That's a lot of jet fuel for just a little fly over a lot of just that's your hard earned money, and your stuff happened with Pamela Biden. I'll tell you that right now. Notice. We put on top of the ticket to boy. Yeah, notice he did say it was it was a kamala Biden ticket. Yeah, that's that's so Troy. Aikman likes to put it kinda hot, Mike. Obviously, there are things that I just want to clarify. They were just talking. They're my Kiran. They probably don't even have on and off button's because there have headsets on and they're just talking. So somebody from inside released this That will get Harry. Oh, that's come on Scary it try being the president of United States where every single meeting you have, especially in the first year of Donald Trump's presidency. Some little Wormer weasel was in a meeting and ran to the first camera they could possibly find and said, Mean, Orange Man said..
"aikman" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Talk about Troy Aikman and Joe Buck to see if people are mad at AA. The Joe Buck gets a lot of hate. I like Joe Buck. I like him as a personality like him as a broadcaster. He gets a lot of Hey, I'm excited, cause we're going to be in a lot of Joe Buck. We're going to be all getting all bucked up starting tonight because he'll be calling. I think all the games in the World Series, but we were discussing yesterday about how whether you love him or hate him. They've been around at this point for so long that when you hear them it is it is. It could take you to a place in time like this. It just brings you to this warm, fuzzy fall football afternoon. As soon as you hear Joe Buck and Troy Aikman's voice, I I don't mind bucket all I like him, and I think the white Jay Z does a fantastic job as well. Which, if you've never seen That photograph that uses half of Troy Aikman's face and half of Daisy's face, Do yourself a huge favor and Google search it because it's amazing, and I don't know if this is true or not, but it seems that through time is people have started to hate Joe Buck and Troy Aikman. More specifically, buck. The rest of specifically, football broadcasting has gotten worse and worse by the on ly. A glimmer of hope for me is is Pat McAfee. That does things a little differently. But outside of that, and Tony Romo I really enjoy, but I just feel like Overall games are getting really bad play by play, analyst and stuff more so than ever that, and people are a lot more vocal about their hatred of stuff like people because of social media. Their voices of hate get amplified a lot more. I don't mind Joe Buck a bit. I love Tony Romo, and I think the white Jade Jay Z does a fantastic job. But it's just wild now, and it's nothing personal, but that that the place where you can find some of the worst coverages Monday night football still Like I would take Joe Buck and Troy Aikman on Monday night football for the rest of my life. If I could compare to, you know, whatever the hell they got going on now, right? So they they were covering the Bucks game on Sunday. Well, supposedly, this is a hot mic moment. Supposedly, this was not meant to go on air like they didn't even know that they were On. I mean, supposedly okay. Ah. I think you should always treat. I mean, you know, practice what you preach. I think you should always treat the microphones as if they're on Anna's if everybody can hear you, But have you ever been a part of our commercial breaks before? But then again, we don't exactly do it ourselves. I I want to hear your reaction to their comments about a flyover at 77 5791025 a lot of Jeff, you'll.
The astrophysicist and immunologist who've dropped everything for COVID19 - Science Interrupted Part 2
"So most of what I did was a combination of data software and statistics. This is astrophysicist. Dr Sam Hinton from the University of Queensland in January Hey submitted his PhD so I worked on Supernova cosmology and that's essentially taking exploding stars somewhere in the universe and using that to figure out how far away they and once you figure out how far away something is and how bright it is you can try and map out the history of the universe. Obviously things that are further away are further back in time because it takes time to get to us so the idea was if we can map out the last fourteen billion years of the universe ended expansion that hopefully we can try and characterize the nature of dark energy and dark Meta. That's my main eight right and obviously that's a problem. That's all about modeling and Statistics. So I created Asian hierarchical models and other sorts of models try and encapsulate all the nitty gritty details. That happened in the universe. In some statistically robust way so just a little way project just a tiny one that managed to consume years of my life. And whether that's because I just wasn't smart enough or whether it turns out that the Hamid actually really is complicated. Well I have opinions on both if only I was smarter. And if only the universe was simpler okay so taking on the entire history of the entire universe right there. So how is this? Astrophysicist and software engineer now suddenly found himself working on another big but totally different problem. The cove nineteen pandemic today on the show too young scientists who have had to rapidly retrofit and translate talents in an unprecedented moment in history. Sam Foreign doesn't shy away from a challenge. If he's name sounds familiar to you. That means you might be a fan of this stamp. Tonight's GonNa play out that I wanted to crunch the numbers for this other man to do it. There's computer I don't know if he's going to go hunt. I didn't even know. Cross was going to play his idol. New Sam was a popular contestant in the twenty eighth season of survivor Australia but bravado aside what use is an astrophysicist in fighting a global pandemic after all as far as we know now corona virus has made it into space yet and that's a relief as poor people on the International Space Station. There's no ICU. Up there what essentially happened was once I started getting serious. Everyone just put out feeling the same. We need help looking at a whole bunch of these tasks and this happened at Uku. Enriches where I work and through the grapevine. People said. We're looking for someone with all these skills and then Sam supervisor happens to be the acclaimed dark energy astrophysicist and TV presenter Professor Tamra Davis She's also passionate about astrophysics people using their research knowledge and skills in non astrophysics domains. So Tamra put Sam's name Ford The first thing was surely there are people that are better suited than me and salmon just accepted a job offer in the US at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. That's a big deal. But when Sam was told more he went back to Tamra and said. Are you all right if I just take months off from my actual normal astrophysics project to work on? This and her response was absolutely fine. Don't worry about it. We'll figure something out. Get on the project and do what you can. It was there was no chance that I was telling this down. It was a way to make a real contribution and astrophysics You know we don't make significant contributions every day to society we may every now and then invent something like the digital camera and was like yes. This is amazing but covet is a right here right now. One hundred percent immediate problem so there was absolutely no hesitation jumping into it so just like that. In a matter of moments Sam's life has suddenly turned upside down. Oh yeah if I thought I had long hours before. There's nothing like the current hours that we have to deal with. Sam is now the lead daughter analyst on a really crucial international project rolling out in real time in intensive care units across the world during this pandemic. And if you've seen the footage coming out of those units you'll know that this is a hellish frontier and what we need damage. Dice seeing young patients patients people of all age ranges. Who are just incredibly sick. And you can even hear now as. I'm walking through patient rooms in the hallway. It just your oxygen the sound of the pulse ox this ventilator later. Dan has joined. What's called ECO car? The global project headed up by trail-blazing intensive care specialist professor John Fraser from Prince. Charles Hospital in Brisbane AIKMAN COD is a mighty Akron Rod. It stands for Extra Corp. membrane oxygenation for twenty nine thousand nine novel Corona Virus Acute Respiratory Disease a card so when your heart and lungs can't do the job of oxygenating your blood and it. Komo machine allows that to happen outside. If you body. We want to know essentially. How can we best help as many people as possible? So we have very finite resources with this outbreak. We don't have an infinite amount of nurses doctors and ventilation equipment that we can just put everyone on so we need to know. Hey if if patient x comes through the door and they look like this but is the best sort of ventilation can give them if we just give them a mosque. Are they going to be fine or is this a patient that needs something more severe because a nurse can generally do around ten c-pap mosques so the very easy ventilation but if they have to actually mechanically ventilate someone help out the longest mechanically and it's essentially one nurse per patient and we don't have that many nurses when we have so many patients coming in so we really want to be able to say when someone walks in the door that they're probably going to need this outcome will be x? Y. Depend however retreat them. So when someone comes in we take the age we take their weight and then we need to know what other things do have do. They have high blood pressure Do they have diabetes? Are they smoke I? What is the condition of their lungs? There's so many things so many different data points that you can gather in the medical world ten thousand different questions that you could ask but what we have in our data time series so for two weeks after people. Get to the ICU. How are they red blood cells evolving? How of their platelet counts doing what we want to do is compare their outcomes and Dan data with other people other healthy people or people that have different afflictions so that we can say this is the thing that's unique about Karina buyers. This is one of the predict is here. That's different from anything else. And it's very hard to get that sort of time. Series data doctors and nurses are working around the clock to keep people alive. They're exhausted so around the world. Medical students are stepping up and being recruited to help collect the data every day. You need to be updating the data. And that's why we need for example medical students to come in because it is such a large burden if anyone is trying to also treat patients on top of that. We have around five hundred different variables from the different patients. And about a hundred of those we have information hopefully essentially every day that they're in ICU. So that we can see how they evolve over time. I can't say too much mall because whilst I have a huge list of variables in front of me things like pro calcitonin. I don't know how they used in a medical context all that I can do generate the reports and then worked with the clinicians in real time to say. What do you want to see? What would you expect to see? And how can I best present these models and this information to you so that you can draw conclusions from it? The urgency of the situation means. This is being taken very seriously. Clinicians are working in the dark right now with this new virus so they'll benefit from a Biegel clearer picture of what's happening for patients around the world. Oh Yeah it's absolutely unbelievable. I've never been involved in a project this lodge and especially in the current predicament. All the usual blockades and the bureaucratic slowdowns that you encounter have just been removed. So we have fifty countries now from Estonia to Kuwait to the United States is coming online the UK Italy Spain strategies coming online now two tons of countries and then each country also has all the hospitals in it. So we've got around two hundred fifty hospitals and that number grows every day.
Coachs Bill Cowher and Jimmy Johnson to be inducted into Hall of Fame
"In fact on Sunday I was flat out crying David Baker from the pro football hall of fame showed up on both the CBS and fox TV set for CBS it was pre game on Saturday before Titans ravens and he surprised longtime Pittsburgh coach bill Cowher by telling him that he had been inducted into the or he will be inducted into the pro football hall of fame in canton so you got out of it live on TV and Barbara size and told me so I I communicate with boom he said that they did not know ahead of time so it was a surprise to all of them somebody had to know because they would be great to be able to get into the studio but do you credible reaction from coach bill Cowher and his wife and his daughter were there as well course he teared up I teared up so that was awesome I did not expect it to happen again on Sunday on the box set but can I tell you this one flat out maybe ball so Jimmy Johnson who not only was the championship coach in college but also one with the Dallas Cowboys super bowls he finds out at halftime of the Seahawks Packers game that he is also going to be inducted into the hall of fame and here's what many blubber Troy Aikman who played for Jimmy Johnson in Dallas is watching this whole thing unfold he's also surprised by it again nobody knew they kept are a really tight secret so eight point is watching it unfold from Green Bay and the TV booth and he's crying he can barely contain his emotions and Jimmy Johnson just the ball like a baby which is exactly what I would do and what most human beings on this planet would do and the really neat thing was that entire set was full of Paula favors it is full of hall of Famers and Jimmy Johnson finally gets to join that exclusive club so congratulations to coach Cowher and a coach Joe Johnson Jimmy Johnson to be able to find out like that I heard surprises so those are two moment but I will definitely take away from this playoff
Cowboys’ Dak Prescott earning bigger bucks with every start
"What Sunday Sunday's thirty five to twenty seven win over the Detroit? Lions Dak Prescott became one of only two quarterbacks in NFL history with four games of at least three hundred seventy five yards passing two touchdown passes to be first ten games of a season the other. US Oh yeah. That's Joe Montana or a cowboys quarterback Troy Aikman is rallying for Dak tweeting Sunday. I say a man on that note. We welcome Dominique Foxworth on me on that note though. Pay That man. That's it's a good note to come in on. I'M GONNA. I'm Oh no question. Stephanie Has Dak earned his elite payday do better thought he owned it before the season began. I thought he deserved to be paid eight. I thought he deserved to be paid along the same lines as costs winter particularly considering the fact that he's had a considerably better season than Carson Wentz. I think he's validated that even more. I'd like to also stay this though. Even though costs at once had an abundance of people dropping his passes at this number should be better it does not negate the fact the Dak Prescott has looked better. You have a new officer coordinated. Clearly you prioritize passing instead of running you have answered the call and the biggest thing for me that resonate with that that resonates with this something. Say something to be said about filming in the moment now we usually use use it clutch moments when the precious own. Well guess what the pressure has been on Dak Prescott before the ball tipped off the season because you never got paid. It's football. It's a violent sport. You play the quarterback position so you are a target stationary or otherwise for two hundred. Seventy pound lineman Georgian of forty to fifty pound linebackers and everything in between you literally putting your body and your life on the line every single snap you take yes. Here's a guy that is getting paid two million dollars in an age where we've got Russell Wilson example. Getting paid thirty five. This is this guy is getting paid. Two million dollars no security in an age where we've got guys sign up for a hundred and thirty one hundred and forty million dollars. There plays his position and he goes out and he plays. He's like this complete nearly sixty percent of his passes. Got About Twenty One touchdowns nine interceptions. Okay over the last three games. He's throwing nine touchdowns just two interceptions exceptions. You just can't stay Arazi deal Elliott struggling over the last two games combined. Ezekiel Elliott doesn't even have a hundred dollars over the last two games. I think it was forty seven a couple of weeks. Let's go over twenty five last week and look at that and Dak Prescott doing what he does. I think he has more than validated that he deserves his money and he deserves reading.
"aikman" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Win just offense one where we are today in our terms and it's just that I wages defense one that like that start kind of feel like they can get through nine sacks three for Brandon Graham case as I have to make the corrections that's all those guys in there that I'll get it fixed residents of the domain so nobody else so once those wanting to get a fix when Sam Tara returns that's one to get a fix and they'll get Culp one back this week they'll get Hernan back this week so reinforcements are on the way this is an automated CJ mostly back to I had this conversation last night a couple people okay do you think that Troy Aikman could play better today and look for what we write this with radar Falk we have a Troy Aikman specifically because I saw him yesterday he looked great yeah he looks like he's in great shape I mean you see me every day yeah I know but he's a little younger Troy okay so I just figured you know what I I asked about you and you're like no no I got a broken plantar fasciitis again fasciitis plant during a fasciitis French yeah it is I can't do that so I do want to John right there yeah but you just sell like Adam Schein yeah so I do it hi take for it sorry man better this for twenty nineteen the rich Gannon to get his take so our answer Monday morning quarterback via satellite Steve yeah it's really this bad do you think the Troy Aikman could be better look for yeah no because the jury can't move in lieu Falk at no time to you know to throw the ball a lot office of line yeah I know what the I get hands it off for a wide receiver screens all day long let's get your take on it says go out to seduce growing Hey Adam what's going on I remember who's seeing about the jets Tuesday there are terrible team.
The design legacy of Apples Jony Ive is iconic, but eco-problematic
"Apple is known for beautiful expensive products that get replaced pretty often either for status or because the battery is dying when longtime designer Gianni. I've left apple last month to form his own design company. Lots of people looked back at his time at apple and his influence on creating. Waiting products that were hard to repair prioritized thinness and beauty over sometimes reliability and whether as apple gears up to announce new iphones this fall that might actually change now that I've is Gone Kyle Wiens is the founder of the electronics repair site. I fix it. He wrote a blog post about ives mixed legacy at apple especially when it comes to the environment and he said sometimes simple isn't better. It's this idea that it should be so simple to use the you shouldn't have to worry about how it works. What's under the hood? They decided intentionally that they were going to hide the complexity of the battery from us but what that did is a side effect was it limited the lifespan it made these last shorter and and so then when the new you know a sexy renew features comes out next year like Ammiel one doesn't work as well. I'm going to get a new one. How much did these design choices influence? The rest of the tech world like phones used to have walkable batteries until the iphone came along and Apple Paul really you could argue drove the rest of the industry into this sort of more throw away tack. Absolutely they drove the rest of the industry this idea that it was acceptable that you could get away with say integrating the hard hard drive onto the main motherboard. If you want to separate the computer from the data. There's no way to do it. That's the kind of thing that that most other companies would have said No. That's a red line. We won't Cross Apple crosses that line and then everyone else follows you've also. Written recently about how Johnny is designs based on the style of German industrial designer deter roms and a principal like a really important principle of deter ROMs design was sustainability environmental sustainability and you talk about how Johnny lives is leaving apple without having reconciled really a big gap there. Why do you think that that shift happened and really hasn't been addressed right out of design? Principles Design Zayn is is sustainable and design long lasting and I think those things get coupled together when you do something like like doing in a battery that artificially limits the life of the entire device to the life of its shortest component. You're getting on this consumer a treadmill treadmill where we just have to go out and buy more things and the the environmental impact of manufacturing these things is significant. It's it's over two hundred pounds of raw material to make an iphone but the fundamental product architecture of saying as thin as possible and damn the consequences it really is a challenge. What we've seen is apple's environmental team who is very good have done everything they can to make? The products is sustainable except change the design that has been driven by Johnny Ivan his team and there have been A. A number of very specific decisions that they've made that of limited lifespan of these devices I think probably to the Chagrin of apples embarrasment team who then has to support it in the best possible late how much of it is on us the consumer I I mean we have certainly bought them all the time. We've complained about them. You know you've got rid of the headphone Jack. Oh I can't slot my battery out. This is so annoying and yet we we do keep buying them absolutely and this is a challenge that we have is a culture. Is it when you when you have something where there's multiple variables that you have to choose from you want the best audio player but you also would like something that will last a long time <hes> because it doesn't have stamped on the box. Hey this thing last eighteen months. I think we tend to forget we put out of our minds. Were not very good. <hes> psychologically it making long term decisions and then then later we tend to justify say oh well you know it's not running as as long as it used to but <hes> you know there's a new one that came out so I think I think that is <hes> they've been able to take advantage of psychology <hes> that yes we bear some responsibility but I think the lack of disclosure if they said hey if a single key on this computer breaks it's going be over a thousand dollar repair that might change people's mind when they're purchasing things up front but people don't have that information and how do you think that that mentality that psychology is starting to change sort of like as you get to the point where you're feeling like <hes>. I'm about to buy my fifth iphone. Phone this one seems fine except the battery for example and then of course there was the scandal about it. Do you think that as these devices get longer in the tooth. There's more awareness that they don't last as long as maybe they should or could I think so we're starting to see people wanting to push their devices longer part of that is the improvement in smartphones is not as great every year as it used to be so as that's potatoing. We don't need to get new phones <hes> all that frequently but the batteries don't last any longer than they used to so all of a sudden. We're GONNA keep our phones twice as long as did three four years ago <hes> we're going to have to be replacing the battery and at that point making those batteries available <hes> is going to be an important competitive differentiator and that's where you have companies like Motorola that have come out and said we're going to sell service parts for our funds. We're going to make them available both to repair shops into consumers <hes> there's a there's a crack that apple has left in the market that perhaps mother all will exploit so we could start circling back around to the beginning where we have phones with <hes> swap -able batteries and maybe S._d.. I D cards lots and so this is something really funny people as as because we take these things apart I take apart every iphone. There is room inside the Iphone S._d.. Card Slot. There's room for some cards. There's room for Nestea card. They put that in there the only reason that you can't upgrade. Upgrade the memory on the iphone is is because they want to charge you an extra hundred or two hundred dollars for the extra storage Kyle Wayans the founder of the electronics repair site. I fix it and now for some related links lots of words have been written about apple and whether it still has its legendary Mojo and what will happen now that Johnny Ive is gone but I fought Jonathan Troy Aikman in the New York Post put a really well a week or so ago you said apple needs to figure out how to keep creating things that we didn't even know we needed. We of course also have linked to Kyle wiens piece on our website Marketplace Tech Dot Org and obviously it isn't only design. That's made apple products especially the iphone more likely to get replaced then repair. It's also the fact that a new device gifts introduced every year always at least in theory with some must have set of features that means the old one is now useless or at best unwanted and then new features in its operating system. Them Aren't always available for older phones like in the upcoming thirteen. There's a software fix to keep your battery from overcharging which should prevent your battery from getting old and not holding a tarred so quickly after you buy a new phone except that I._S.. Thirteen will only be available on newer iphone models but it does seem like consumers increasingly want off the hamster wheel research firm Gartner forecast last week that smartphone shipments will have their quote worst ever decline in two thousand.
"aikman" Discussed on KTKR 760AM
"Man. Oh. Just imagine being on the other side of the field. Michael Irvin saying give me the ball Troy. No should be saying Troy, Troy Troy Troy should be Saint Troy, Troy Aikman. I mean, for sure. Good to see amid Mitch. Thanks, this spot is open for you anytime K, man. I'm right down the street. Came here. Now, it's true that when you came on you were just supposed to be just a one segment guest with her, but you stay whole show, the whole show man. Why not? They came back the next day. Came back. I could let Michael get all the south floor. To come and get me some, some airtime. Love it at metrics. Mid twenty three on Twitter at Mitch rock Richmond, twenty three on Instagram. And I put that thing together man. You know what I mean? I gotta put it together. Please. You're, you're talking to somebody whose name is on a mug and on understand what all about kidney. I got a bread net thing. Rich rock Isan just doesn't flow. Just does not flow. Mitch Richmond here on the rich Eisen show. Don't go anywhere. We'll Chris Brockman news updates. Still to come. We're gonna keep an eye on. What's going on with Durant, and so much more? Gary vein or shock will be will be with us an hour, number three, calling in about his new favourite venture is yes, he, he knows all about great ventures. That's next still to come on the rich Eisen show. The rich Eisen show. He got listening to. Rich Eisen here for untuckit this Father's Day. Give data shirt.
"aikman" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"Mcph? I think now the problem is that ESPN's gonna want a name, you know, because FOX has Troy Aikman. You know CBS? I I mean when you you look at us as Tony Romo, right and NBC has Michaels and cons worth who've been around forever. The guy they should look at his Louis Riddick. Who is who does all these shows, and is really really good, and they already have been house. But I don't know if he's a big enough name for ESPN. He's very very good. Other than that. Greg olsen. The tight end is available. He just retired. So if you wanted somebody who just played in the league last year, you could try and this seems to be the trend somebody that just retired thirty out of the box selection here. Well, how did the box you want to go? You wanna go Dennis Miller out of the box. I mean, you wanna you wanna try wouldn't it be cool to see case? So if you want to do that, Larry, David. Yeah. Knew even know if he knows anything about football did Dennis Miller. I think Dennis Miller's spicy liked tennis. When he was in. I did not like him on the well, they they blew that experiment up when they when John Madden became available. I liked. Tony kornheiser. He guided at Tony. Well, Jason Witten was getting killed. I mean, that's be honest. I mean, the the Twitter was not nice to Jason Witten. Yeah. I think they thought he would be another Romo and he just did make a bunch of mistakes regularly. Yeah. That'll be interesting to say, well, I'm glad Boogers go into the booth by the way Jason went and maybe better than I thought six yet at least. Fame. Oh, he's going to hall of fame but twenty seventeen sixty three catches so. Yeah, I think he can be a good safety blanket for security blanket for for Dak Prescott. All right. We're we here. Okay. Yesterday. Was Luca Danni richest. Twentieth birthday is dot search or Dunkin Dante which I think it's pronounced Don. Sich Don such he is averaging twenty one seven and six time..
"aikman" Discussed on GSMC Football Podcast
"First power rangers episode the original one and i have the first pokemon episode on vhf interesting those are worth a bunch writing here's something interesting what wall street journal reviewed all twenty six hundred plays at tony romo call this season he made seventy to play predictions what do you think the percentage was on how many he was correct he seventy two times predicted what the play would be before the snap i asked him to i'm not asking for how many he got right i'm saying the percentage i'm gonna say over fifty it is over fifty wow okay gimme like seventy percent it's sixty eight percent that is insane how can you not do that when he's actually on the field yeah i mean he just knows the position really well obviously he's calling it from a quarterback perspective is a little and i think he's he's personally right now he's my favorite color he's my favorite commentator right now in full it's how is he not he's he's so intelligent about the stuff and he's just the entertaining to listen to he's the opposite of troy aikman my personal opinion yeah he obviously is a really good at what he does now and it's it's awesome for him that he's going to get to be on the big stage he deserves right away i mean the super bowl rotates networks every year and it just so happens that c._b._s. has it this year so he's pretty fortunate in that yeah and also people were people were asking for it to the fans spoke like this guy is amazing put him up in the super bowl stage did you see that if brady plays this year if tom brady plays in twenty nineteen twenty twenty so we expect him to come back lays he'll be the fourth player in history to spend twenty seasons with one team the fourth player yes do you know any of the other three can you name any of them other three okay to or defensive players one is a kicker okay thinking about kickers this kicker still kicking today no okay is it a long name like sounds like other no okay none of the players have long names are very normal sized first and last name okay this twenty years okay that's tough to think about these probably old players too one i think i think the kicker retired but not too long ago but he's been out of the league for a few years yes i don't even know i can't even think of any kickers retired he was one of the best kickers ever oh i mean he definitely is very consistent.
Best of The Herd: 01/16/2019
"I four or five years we were on this big thing for four or five years. I kept hearing this argument. Era. Jurors goat Brady second or Brady one. Rodgers to greatest all time apparently Joe Montana. John Elway never existed. Peyton Manning never existed. I always said. You do get it. Like, Tom Brady's got a room in his house full of trophies. They're not that stupid argument. And then I had something I said something during the middle of this year. And I said the it was perceived as a hot take I said the eight best quarterbacks I've ever seen in my life. It's not just about Super Bowls. This is about talent playoffs records your impact to the league. Your impact in the city. What did you overcome? What did you play with the eight best quarterbacks? I've seen again. There's a lot of different. It's Peyton Manning. Tom Brady Joe Montana. Terry bradshaw. John elway. Dan marino. Aikman and breeze. Now. People said you're just saying Troy Aikman. Oh leadership playing hurt toughness dominating a great division. When Washington giant in Dallas pout, those eight best quarterbacks, but the one that got people worked up is drew Brees was a hot take. Was way Rogers, and I said he's right on the outside right next to Brett farve and Steve Young and maybe Dan Fouts. And isn't it interesting? Mr. I'm crazy hot take. Right. I was whoa. You're and I said, no, let's talk about impact to a city. Whereas Aaron Rodgers was given a championship roster a championship level head coach and championship momentum in front office. Drew Brees was given the Cleveland Browns with a port Katrina bountygate. One guy was given the laughing stock of the league that had one playoff win in the history of the franchise. The other player was given arguably the most iconic franchises in the NFL with championship level players. Great momentum terrific front office. Very good head coach. So that's not close. Also. Let's go through four or five things. If drew Brees wins this weekend and goes to the Super Bowl, and they are favored and most people like the saints. If drew Brees get to the Super Bowl. And if he does against Kansas City or New England that again going to be a field goal game. If drew Brees wins the Super Bowl. And again, they're favored at home this weekend to get their Super Bowl titles against Aaron check breeze. NFL records, not close check breeze impact on a franchise. Drew Brees folks is the saints. To Aaron Rodgers is arguably not the Packers best quarterback ever impact on the franchise is not close leadership qualities. I don't know. One guy has former teammates constantly calling him out one guy is revered where three hundred pound offensive lineman. Literally do we have the tape? This is what happened when an offensive lineman Zack street retired recently for the past eight years I've played in front of the most prolific passer in NFL history. Drew Brees has been the single greatest
"aikman" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Troy Aikman says his former team was in trouble. From the first step of the game last night in L A for the third time in five years. The divisional round has been the undoing of the Dallas Cowboys last night the Rams managed to shutdown Zeki Elliot and the Rams rush for a team playoff record two hundred seventy three yards. Also the most ever run up against the Cowboys in the playoffs to send the Cowboys home. But the thirty two twenty two loss. The Rams opponent is still undetermined will broadcast both NFL playoff games today on twelve hundred w OA I look for something brand new in today's AFC championship game. Sarah Thomas made history back in two thousand fifteen is the first permanent female official in the NFL now in her fourth season as an NFL official Thomas will become the first woman to officiate a postseason game in the league's history. Thomas will work today's AFC divisional round game between the L A. Chargers and New England Patriots for a crew headed by Ron torbert Thomas. Not the only one making history this weekend in the playoffs replay official Terri Valenti or at the Indianapolis Colts Kansas City Chiefs game yesterday in her first ever playoff assignment. A man was shot in a brutal armed robbery in front of a north west side apartment overnight. Police say the victim was approached by two armed masked men who demanded his cash Wendy didn't move quickly enough. They pistol whipped him and then shot him making off with jewelry and an expensive Rolex watch. It happened at an apartment complex on worst back road. Just north of Evers. The victim in his twenties has hospitalized. The suspects remain at large. There's exciting new promising research to eliminate oral cancer. And it's happening right here in Texas. Dr Simon young with the UT health school of dentistry in Houston has taken up the helm of a trial that battles the cancer protects the body this plat in the drug has been around for so long the kind of could combine safety and efficacy study at the same time. Time because there's. Data on this ED's. Success would be the tumors becoming smaller to make surgery easier or perhaps not necessary at all Megan Bishop NewsRadio twelve hundred w a brutal winter storm has essentially shut down much of the midwest from Missouri up into Iowa to Ohio. Motorists are stuck on interstates and flights are canceled. There are reports of more than a foot of spell from Saint Louis into eastern Illinois seven people have died, mainly in traffic accidents cat Stevens. John cryan and Tom t hall are being inducted into the national songwriters hall of fame..
"aikman" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"But both dacanay C'mon. I would argue. We're a calming influence late in games. Troy Aikman was in a locker room. With a lot of big personalities. Troy the grownup deck Prescott. It's been in a locker room with a lot of personalities, including his owner dex grownup. Both can take a hit. Both are I think situationally great late in games. Troy was great in the fourth quarter. Troy picks tried to a lot of picks. Troy didn't throw a lot of picks in playoff games. Fourth quarter driving for the win Dak makes mistakes. Depp's? Dak skips. A lot of. Balls deck misses a lotta open receivers. He doesn't miss a lot of open receivers in the fourth quarter. Four minutes to go. Gotta beat Seattle with the drive. So now, again, there's a reason choice a hall of Famer and has three Super Bowls. Troy had the golden arm and deck does not, but they share a and I was talking about this yesterday driving around. It's remarkable how many qualities I like about both. They are grownups. They're they're never trying to be popular in the room. The first sign of a loser is somebody that walks into a party and wants everybody like him. Troy never care. Troy one to win games. Troy want to win games and debt Prescott. When he did that anthem thing did not play well with teammates that did not play. Well, and social media grownups don't care about that crap. Grownups don't sit and worry about Twitter got bigger things to go out and they wanna win games. And so I have a lot more in common. They're more similar than the difference. Obviously Aikman's got an all time top ten arm. Let me move to this. So the chargers a story came out yesterday. I want credit the person who wrote it Jenny Ventas. She's very good from the money morning quarterback dot com. Jenny's very good. She gives a couple times a year. She pops a big story now that she's not always going, but she she gets mentioned a lot. She's very talented. So she got a quote. From a charger that said they knew sixties dissenti percent of the players. The ravens we're gonna run. That's not good. They can literally see what was coming. And by the way, Tony Romo had a great breakdown of the difference between Philip rivers veteran quarterback. And how he manipulates the game watch this. And whistle rivers is convinced. He got on the jump. This is where veteran quarterback really makes it difficult. So throughout the game. He lifts his leg. All of a sudden, he doesn't stabby comes up, and he changes the protection and the next time you lift the leg. The bulk of the problem is when you come out of a break with time you come in there, and you hey, it's on three now. Wait to that. I'm not going to tell you the clam gonna fake like we're calling play. And he got him to jump. Now. Joy, we talked about this yesterday fans. Can't see film study preparation and pre-stamped manipulation very often. There you can see it. This is manipulating the defense in. This instance, you could see it as a fan. This is a big deal. This is why Brady and rivers are still alive in the playoffs..
South Carolinas Will Muschamp not focused on elections
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. South Carolina's will must champ not focused on elections by chronicle new services from sports will must the South Carolina football coach might have authored the perfect definition of one track mind while most of the country was riveted to midterm election results must champ apparently was unaware that. There was even an election Tuesday. According to yahu and must champ was asked by a reporter what effort he had taken to teach his players many of whom could vote for the first time this year about voting. He had no response. The follow up question was whether he even knew what was happening Tuesday. I do. Now, he said, I'm getting ready for Florida. Troy aikman. The Cowboys hall of fame quarterback said in a radio interview, Tuesday that big changes are needed in big d I'd say there has to be a complete overhaul of the entire organization. Aikman said, you can't just simply. Replace head coaches and say now, it's going to be better. No, it's been shown that it's not better. And you have to address how everything is being done with Monday nights. Twenty eight to fourteen loss to the titans Dallas fell to three and five and is looking at its seventh non playoff season in nine years under head coach Jason Garrett.
Cowboys' Jason Garrett is now the odds-on favorite to be the first NFL coach fired
"Of Sean Payton. The Princeton Clapper is miscast as an NFL head coach and has nothing in common with self made men like Peyton or even Cowboys owner, Jerry Jones last night Sunday night football, tobacco made it clear Jones. These defy or gear. The Cowboys toss away a winnable role game to the Texans due to horrendous coach. The bad coaching extends well, beyond gears, ridiculous decision to punt on fourth and one in overtime, Jones's already on the record. Questioning that decision Garrett and his offense of coaching stabbed blue this game in regulation, the before, entering that transpired and over overtime within evitable with the game tied in the final three minutes of the fourth quarter, Dallas had the ball at their own forty, seven and face. Second eight, given the trouble. The Cowboys had blocking JJ watt, and David and cloudy all night gares staff called the worst play of the night. They had deck Prescott dropped back to pass, turn his back on the defense fake to handoffs turn around and then look for receiver to throw the ball to guess what when Dak turned around JJ watt was sitting in his lap. And the next play was third and seventeen game over Jason Garrod is in over his head. Forgive me for this Marcellus, Gary, your stereotypical prep school. All Ivy league elite fast track to a position of power because his resume says, so not his accomplishments. This is what Jerry Jones needs to realize Jason geared and Sean Payton are not cut from the same claw Peyton earned every opportunities ever received. He was an undersized quarterback in eastern Illinois. He bounced around the elitist arena league as a quarterback. He was innocent coach at four different colleges and three different NFL franchises before being named head coach of the saints. The Princeton Clapper has coached to places two seasons with the dolphins and the rest with the Cowboys as a player. The Cowboys signed geared is their free agent quarterback because his dad was in their scouting department geared won. Two Super Bowl rings grabbing coffee for Troy Aikman and carrying a clipboard. Garrett was born slide into home plate. Peyton drew a walk stole second base. Reach third on an infield single and scored on a sacrifice. Fly the saints hired Peyton away from Bill Parcells, Dallas's coaching staff in two thousand six. When Peyton led New Orleans to the Super Bowl title in February of two thousand ten. Everyone started looking for the next Sean Payton.
Justin Bieber 'applying for US citizenship' before marrying American model Hailey Baldwin
"Singer Justin Bieber is reportedly applying for us citizenship. John Jeffries has details. TMZ reports that the Antero candidate born singer is applying for dual citizenship between the US and Canada bieber's lived in Atlanta Georgia ever since he was thirteen years old. The move comes after Bieber and his fiancee model Haley Baldwin responded in Los Angeles on Thursday. They were reportedly obtaining their marriage license. The pair got engaged in
Why wear sunscreen? Your skin absorbs 50% more UV radiation without it
"Right. Now Morning show he's a noted, cardiologists author of many books and again our resident doc on the morning show, how, you doing Dr. Freed good morning Brian Dr debunk. Here, I'm ready. To keep. Them honest yeah Dr debunk all right you. Gotta, debunk some stuff for us here again it is summertime and the first thing I think about what I think of. Summer and I think, of a, health I'm, thinking my skin my skin So let's talk about sunscreen doc you gotta. Give us the one-two-three, on sunscreen Yeah. Okay so you know Brian most people stay Yeah I don't use it never. Wore this stuff it's too much of a. Hassle. So. Let me ask, you, katie's wearing sunscreen Ultraviolet radiation the type that. Causes melanoma the deadly form of skin cancer How? Much more ultraviolet? Radiation. Does your skin absorbed permitted without sunscreen than katie's does. With sunscreen okay we'll? Just say twice as much five times as much what do you, think, I guess many, more times I have no idea whether it's two three four or five but it's got to be just a, lot? More and, you know that I'm very, sensitive to this issue doctor right so Brian the answer is fifty five. Your skin absorbs fifty times more. Alterra violent radiation per minute without, sunscreen so it's, rule number one blind. When, you're out in the sun riding your. Bike taking a walk, grilling remember, sunscreen is the best life, insurance policy your money can gosh And and you know just, don't do it enough at it requires some discipline I mean you've gotta just. Be. Determined when you leave the house you're going, to have. Applied the sunscreen and let's be, realistic the vast majority of us, don't do that, well it's true and even the people that do it Bryan they don't do it? The right way? That's. What we were talking about the Ford melanoma rates are. Skyrocketing even though people? Are wearing more sunscreen than ever before the two things you need, to, remember is to, lay it on thick if you lay let's say SPF thirty on it's essentially SPF zero and the other thing, is? Reapplying when, you're out in the sun, every two hours you have SPF one hundred on an after two hours. Essentially wearing SPF zero okay so. Folks we've got to wear the, sun say screen, we've got to apply. It, regularly and this takes a little work. A little disciplined but This is serious business melanoma it is. This. Is a cancer that if it strikes who, man unique. Great medical care and you need, some prayers this this is a, fast mover isn't, it It really, is Brian so there there's a couple of things, that you need to know, about this I you know look it runs in. Your family it runs family Troy Aikman, had it, but it. Doesn't need to run in your family it can. Strike, anyone, at any time any eight even teenagers so. I everyone needs to be. On the lookout second Brian. You talked about how. Serious this can be an early detection is key listen to. This number ninety five, percent cure rate it's. Melanoma is discovered early less than twenty percent survival rate if it's discovered late So what how. Do we discovered, early doc what do, we look for you I mean you know this. Is something we can actually do before, getting into, a doctor's. Office right absolutely so examine your skin monthly from. Head, to, toe for new spots or changing the way. Brian the most common location. For melanoma in men is. On the back and. See your doctor you know like you do professionally once a. Year for an exam Right it's on your back you can't see you're you're not gonna see. That in, the mirror somebody else's got to see that for you The back so in, men it's the back, but the Brian it can Chopin. Unusual places well between your toes on your? Poems. On the bottom of. Your feet even on. Your eyelids you really need to check everywhere have someone. Else look at it for you So with, the guys on the back generally speaking with a woman whereas it more more often found more. Often it's on the arms and. The legs. It. Can also be on, the, back legs but you can. Find Brian I had a a patient? Who, was a teenager shaved his head for the swim team, and discovered melanoma. Scalp so it can pop up, anywhere you? Really, need to. Pay attention be, careful okay so, we're talking summertime, summertime and we're talking about. Sunscreen, can we talk please about drinking driving listen Katie and I are, just not fans in, any way shape or form how. Many times if you heard you know yeah Yeah We had a few glasses of, wine some guy, that's you, know out to. Dinner, yeah I'm gonna drive. Home I'm. Fine plus I don't live very far. Away. Sure you hear all the regular just had a couple of. Beers just a couple of glasses of. Wine it's a quick drive home at. Cetera. Right what about? That you put guys like that in a driving simulator and there's three times more likely to crash, now that's the same guy who, says, yeah I'm. Fine and it takes him twice as long to break that's an extra five car lanes to. Stop so Brian rule number, three if you've been, drinking even if you think you can, drink you can, drive you can't so. Don't. Okay how do? You how do you get the alcohol to pass through your? System people would, say, well let's just have a couple of, coffees but that's not the. Trick what how long does it take for this alcohol to get out of your system before you could get back behind the? Wheel. Yeah, well alcohol is absorbed into your system. Within Thirty minutes of Of drinking so you don't how guys try to put food in their stomach to. Absorb the alcohol. It's already gone. It's too late that doesn't work To get it out of your system the only thing that can. Do it is. A king of. Time I mean There's really no way to sober. Up you know a lot of guys Brian Delco coffee or you know I'm gonna have. Some coffee or energy? Drinks let me. Ask, you and Katie coffee energy drinks helpful. Harmful or no impact on driving what would you say I'd say. No yeah I don't think it's any impact I think the boozers in your system and. Your drove the damage is done. Okay it's actually more dangerous when you drink coffee now here's what you right you guys. Are right I you'll caffeine doesn't sober, you up, your less sleepy your, judgment motor skills, are just as, here's why it's more dangerous because you feel. More alert you may think you've sobered up so you have one more for the road. Which makes it even? More dangerous to. Drive Oh my gosh okay Yeah yeah okay if you, have sobered us up so. Here's Dr Mark freed we're talking about wearing sunscreen when ever you're spending time, out in the sun have your skin examined on a regular basis, yearly by a physician for sure every month by somebody including yourself to look for changing spots and then. Hand over the keys, if you've been drinking no matter how alert you feel that we. Got that, covered doc I mean that's what we really need to do here. As a couple summertime. Tips? On case Afo. Right. You've got it Brian remember, to play it safe that light at the, end of the. Tunnel maybe a. Train Pre, k. SEAFO strength Plus plan.
"aikman" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Also sort of hate him and for being so ridiculous over the top the best part rick and skip hate each other they don't talk they haven't spoken in years so you have these two famous people who in their own circles but certainly television people and they don't speak to one another for ric yeah and then of course there's the skip troy aikman stuff now are you familiar with this not really no okay so skip was a columnist for the dallas times herald which shut down about twenty years ago this is way back in the day this is back when dallas was a two newspaper town and this back in the cowboys are winning all these super bowl and then skip wrote three books about the cowboys during this period one of them where he talked about let's see he wrote three books basically in the second one he basically predicted that jerry and jerry jones and jimmy johnson we're going to get divorced at some point and then in the first one he did some other stuff and the third one you know if you've read anything about this cowboys of this period there's great book called boys will be boys about how they're doing cocaine and they've got the the white house the first book was sort of like rude toward our was a route towards tom landry the second one attempted to anticipate the divorce between jerry and jimmy the third one was about troy aikman being gay basically it's called hellbent six pages in the book are dedicated to a rumor about troy being gay troy came out and said i'm not gay.
Trump withdraws US from Iran nuclear deal
"A russian billionaire made payments to president donald trump's longtime attorney michael cohen correspondent shimon peres says the russian has been interviewed by special counsel robert muller's team muller's investigators a we've learned have questioned a russian oligarch named victor vex oberg about hundreds of thousands of dollars in payments made to president trump's personal attorney michael cohen in two thousand seventeen ninety no proof of his claim president trump pulling the us out of the iran nuclear agreement new national security adviser john bolton a fierce critic of the agreements stood near the president during the announcement america will not be held hostage to nuclear blackmail we will not allow american cities to be threatened with destruction the president was foreshadowing future of iran being able to build intercontinental ballistic missiles as part of its known short range missile programs that do indeed threaten israel and saudi arabia the treasury department is readying new sanctions only wrong how tehran will react is up in the air with hardliners in the regime likely to try to create a diplomatic gap between the us and allies bob costantini the white house secretary of state mike pompeo arrived in north korea for meetings ahead of president donald trump's plan summit with leader kim jong hoon pompeo landed wednesday morning pyongyang time was greeted by north korean officials he waited a hotel before meetings board to begin a mansfield isd elementary school teacher is suing the school district or sexual orientation discrimination charlet anderson elementary school teacher stacey bailey was placed on paid administrative leave earlier this school year average she showed her students a picture of her family including her wife we believe the evidence is going to show that she was treated differently than heterosexual couples who've show their their significant others and so that's evidence of discrimination bailey's attorney jason smith says he filed a lawsuit in federal court bailey's contract was renewed but she was reassigned older students and former dallas cowboys quarterback troy aikman will open a restaurant at texas live in arlington this is the first restaurant for aikman and it will be called trolleys the restaurant will have an outdoor patio space centered around a live oak tree an indoor outdoor stage in the middle that will feature live music seven days a week at a.
Dallas Cowboys' Jason Witten will be remembered as all-time tough guy
"We'll see what she would have time for last call and what has become a tradition to start every nfl drab the ceremonial booing of commissioner roger goodell this year the commission came out flanked by several hometown he wrote cowboys but even that wasn't enough to keep the dallas crowds from boeing him seth is this a big deal roger goodell getting booed i don't think so i think it's just really kind of become you know a draft ritual you started started one year the next thing you know every single year it happens in philadelphia last year it happened he kinda just smiles about it and goes along with it but i i don't see it as a big deal it used to happen to david stern to in the nba i think it was in two thousand thirteen stern crack some joke about how that's actually it's a sign of affection the booze and so i don't think it's a big deal and i kind of expected it in dallas but hearing all those boos with troy aikman jason witten and roger starbuck on the stays that kinda shocked me all right another big story in dallas today tiny and jason witten reportedly told cowboys owner jerry jones that he will retire after fifteen season with the team presumably to join espn's monday night football broadcast crew that prescott reacted to the news by saying quote i'm just as surprised as everyone arse of no dez bryant and now possibly know jason witten should deck prescott be concerned change comes fast i don't think so i think that it's time jason wouldn't have been playing for fifteen years he's eleven time pro bowl and at the end of the day he's not what he used to be i mean as a as a security blanket he's not what it used to listen as a defender you know what he's going to run he's gonna run an enron out route and an seem road.