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"alvarez house" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"Not return or lease friendliness. Instead she bluntly asked Ruis y she cheated in Boston. It had been over three years but the wound was still fresh. Caro- wanted answers had no interest in telling the truth. She repeated which he'd always said she didn't cheat she ran the whole race. She'd won legitimately and she planned to run it again. Kenro was surprised and insulted by wheezes continued dishonesty and lack of remorse so she abruptly ended. The conversation shook her head and walked away. Like Jacqueline Garo. The sport of long distance running couldn't so easily move past the story of Rosie Ruiz. The we scandal was in the words of one runner. The end of the Sports Age of innocence the beloved public aspect of marathons the fact that a world famous athlete leg. Jacqueline Gero ran on the same course at the same time as an amateur like Rosie. Ruiz was now considered a flaw in the system. In the years after Rosie Releases Win The New York and Boston Marathons added significant new security measures more checkpoints. More cameras and more scrutiny. On each and every runner some marathons split runners into two separate races. One with elite competitive runners and won with amateurs eventually races also began inserting tracking chips in the runners shoes to make sure that no one could ever again. Paul a Rosie Ruiz. There were also however positive consequences of reasons actions as she predicted the nonstop news coverage of the controversy made many people pay attention to women's running. For the first time Ruiz's tainted victory may have been a loss of innocence for the sport but it also put it on the cultural map in a way that little else could female participation in the Boston marathon nearly doubled in the two years after wheezes win in nineteen eighty four or the summer games in Los Angeles. The Olympics added a women's marathon event for the first time in history. Jacqueline Garrone competed for Canada but didn't finish due to an injury in the midst of all this change that she helped create rosie. Ruiz stayed quiet in Florida. Happy to remain out of the spotlight or leases life. However remained turbulent Ruiz's relationship with her husband Vivas was rocky. The two of them fought constantly ruis later blamed their marital problems solely on political differences. She was liberal and conservative. Though there were likely other issues at play. Their marriage disintegrated the course of the next two years. In August of one thousand nine hundred five they separated and Ruis moved to West Palm Beach to live with her mother. Reza's tendency to get into trouble followed her to her new home getting her into conflicts with multiple landlords three of whom sued to evict her for breaking her lease. She bounced through a series of jobs working as a public notary and later. Starting your own cleaning service with two other women. Business only lasted a couple of years but release of course managed to take full advantage of every park. She could she even managed to live rent free at a palm beach cottage and exchange or cleaning services in one thousand nine hundred thirty five year. Old Rosie Ruis got a job at the laboratory corporation of America as a client representative. She met a woman named Margarita. Alvarez by the early nineteen nineties the two of them became romantically involved in one thousand nine hundred ninety three forty year. Old Ruis moved into Alvarez House into question Florida by the mid Nineties Rosie. Ruiz found some stability in her life. In lab core and INTO CUESTA. She finally managed to stay in one place after a lifetime of constant turbulence. She raised three sons with Margarita and beyond a handful of traffic violations remained. Mostly out of trouble. Ruis kept her Boston Marathon medal in storage because looking at it made her melancholic still every year. In mid April. She watched the race throughout the two decades following the nineteen eighty Boston marathon. Countless journalists attempted to finer weeds but none were successful in getting an interview. She kept her married name even after her. Divorce FROM ECHO VIVAS. Making it easier for her to stay hidden in one thousand nine hundred eight. A reporter from the Palm Beach Post finally managed to track her down by talking to co workers at Labcorp when Ruis heard about the reporter. She finally broke her silence including telling her co workers that she was indeed the famous. Rosie Ruiz even with her secret out. Ruis remained careful about how she interacted with reporter. She refused to meet them. In person only confirmed her identity by dropping off a reason photo at a public location or the reporter to pick up later when the reporter finally made contact over. The phone release was ready to tell her side of the story. After eighteen years as it turned out her story hadn't changed. She still claimed that she had run the whole race and deserve the medal as blame the entire controversy on politics. She said the race organizers and fans wanted the favorites like Jacqueline Guerrero to win and disqualified her because they were embarrassed that an amateur beat them also claimed that her later legal issues were the result of misunderstandings and bad luck. According to Ruis her cocaine dealing arrest was the result of being in the wrong place at the wrong time in a type statement there were we sent to the reporter after the interview or we promised that she would run again and this time she vowed there would be no mistake about her abilities after the interview in Nineteen Ninety Eight Rosie. Ruiz successfully slipped back into anonymity. She refused to talk to anyone else about her past. She never did run again. Rosie died on July eight. Two Thousand Nineteen after ten year battle with cancer or death was only reported on after journalists recognized. Her photo in a digital obituary published quietly on the Internet. The obituary made no reference to her maiden name nor to her brief running career in the decades since the nineteen eighty Boston marathon. Jacqueline Guiraud developed empathy for the struggles that we went through and ultimately forgave her after his death Garo posted a facebook tribute calling her a great woman. Who made some mistakes? She thinks that the entire saga of Rosie ries makes a good lesson. Cheating will never give you satisfaction and it's also simply.
"alvarez house" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Station. Thursday, release sanctuary cities. I'm Mike moss. Good department of Justice will release a redacted version of the molar report just before Good Friday and Passover as we from correspondent, Laura Jared at the Justice department, planning to go to congress and to the public. We don't know exactly what time. But of course, I'll is will be on the Justice department that day because parts of the report will be blacked out or redacted correspondent, she Mon. Procure pass reports there will be many questions. Why Muller didn't release a conclusion on the issue of obstruction? Are we going to see the people who are interviewed for the obstruction investigation. Are we going to see exactly what points then Muller make as to why he didn't reach conclusions as to why he may have reached conclusions on certain points? And then ultimately left it up to the department of Justice, the attorney general and the deputy attorney general to make the decision on whether. To bring charges related to that investigation. Trump tweets this morning. The Russia investigation was a hoax and accuses the reports authors of being Trump haters. Trump also says his proposal to send migrants to so-called sanctuary cities is taking affect more from correspondent Priscilla Alvarez house, chairman are requesting documents related to this proposal to move immigrants to so called sanctuary cities. In a letter, the chairman's of the House Judiciary house oversight in the house. Homeland security committee call the reports quote alarming Laurie Lachlan intends to fight federal charges that she and her husband paid half a million dollars in bribes in order to get their daughters into the university of southern California. Laurie Lachlan and her fashion designer husband moss emoji newly made their intentions known. In court documents filed today, they're joining other parents who plan to plead not guilty. Actress, Felicity Huffman, and twelve other parents already agreed to plead guilty. Correspondent Steve Kastenbaum. On Wall Street. The Dow is down sixty five points. I'm Mike moss. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload..
"alvarez house" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Help a lot eight five five two one two four CBS or the phone number talking about best three teams in football. I went Rams chief saints, but there's a lot of ways you could go and we're going to get into a little bit more. Let's start in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Chad thanks for listening to buddy, you're on CBS sports radio. Hey, bill. How're you doing buddy? Got brothers going on. Not too much. I recently actually changed careers. I'm actually going to be a police officer. And I know that means a lot to you got family and officers so part of the country can congrats my man. That's awesome. Absolutely. So talking about your your top three. I know Rams and chiefs are up there. But I I got a surprise team that kind of came out of the blue this year. I'm gonna talk to kogo bears for number three. Oh, I like it. I think their their defense is obviously top five, you know, and Trubisky consuming it I mean, he's he's shown signs that he can be a top quarterback in this league. So I think if he continues to play the way he has I think you're gonna see the bears. Make some noise in the next couple of years, I'll cheer along. You got the ba-. I haven't been over five. I love that man. You can win a championship with defense in a running game, Nagy's brilliant and getting paid getting into getting made. He's a made man as a Texan. He's a Super Bowl earlier got Cidre little bit. We've got a lot of choline Daniels. Welcome. Owen Daniels into the average sports show. What's up? OD? Hey, what's up? Do your life. That's like really good. You're really good at. Thanks. I do this every Wednesday. I don't tell you guys because I don't wanna get made fun of or or you guys to ruin the show with stupid Collins. I think I might ask start doing that more often you guys, obviously don't follow me that that hard on Twitter tweet it out. But that's okay. Yeah. Twitter for what their friends. Call him on this call them. Yeah. No. So Owen is back in Houston. For all of you. Don't know a lot of players we run into a lot of issues on where you're living when you're done. It's either you go back to the the most you go back to the city. You started in or you go back to your hometown. So and had some tough decisions because he played in Denver, which is a really cool city Houston, which he loved and he's in from Chicago. So he had three good choices to make in. He calls Houston home. And is a frequent of look golf courses. You're a frequent of Mr. Daniels. Bumper down shadow hawk. The difference in the difference in our show is we call this the average show, you know, I'm an average looking five ten one hundred ninety pound white guy. We say this show is about you. And for you. It's not just something. We we we always like to bring up topics that happen with the Texans and the and the Astros and the rockets, but also that happens in your community that we have callers calling and complain about what's going on with them with their eighth grade team and whatnot. And so we always have a good topic tonight. It's expectation so, you know, oh, and I like to think we're like the love line of sports lover kinda suck. Yeah. I do. Remember that the kind of sounds like it, I feel like I kind of feel like I'm like, Dr drew. So you can't make your high school team. How short are you can't get buckets. I bet your form sucks. Like Lonzo ball. You're not going to get your. You're going to be a junior on JV. You should start studying math. That's what I. We're we're talking tonight about expectations and vantera Leach was was before you, by the way. I don't know. If you listen sandwiched in their beach was before we talk a lot of diet like how his expectations changed throughout his career. And what he did what he did. And how tough it was raining constantly make the team, but you played for a pretty famous coach in college. And if you want to be interested in knowing what were the expectations that Wisconsin. When you were there, you look at a team like Wisconsin. And they're always thought of his hey, this team is going to be a top ten team. They might be a top five team for some reason, they can never get into the college playoff still blows my mind, but the expectations are always high. What is what is it about Wisconsin? What do they do? What do they breed? What do they talk about to keep the expectations high and to keep living up to those vacations? Yeah. You're right. From up there. Okay. Alvarez house forecast for my my final year in college would be his last year the coca fair officially so everything changed up there in the ninety s when they went to Rose Bowl and early nineties and went back to back in ninety nine two thousand. Got those victories never says bed. It was okay. Kind of before that Wisconsin program was trash honestly, the whole outlook for trash until Gotovina's came in and. Made him competitive, and they didn't start the expectation necessarily to go the rosewater win and all that all those type of thing. Get to where you're at. And what they go through the Rose Bowl. It was just, you know, year after year like spectators is to at least go to Bogan, you know, they went to green a row. Live there. So. They're pretty realistic. Honestly, the fans that they are when it came to bury he could do no wrong. So, but the wedding what you get those are level than and you can't go back from there. Recruiting type of player, and they all said, which we of we started to have in Houston to degree. But we didn't when we first certainly I got there was that the players hold themselves accountable. And that's ultimately, a high expectations is like when your best players aren't getting, you know, mess new drunk on whatever Friday or Saturday night and expecting the next day or something like that. Especially in college, right? Like your best. I don't know how it might have happened. Wisconsin certainly happened in Colorado say guys get in trouble for credit card fraud, like our one of our starting Cornerbacks giving you don't you can't have that in in expect to be a national championship or contender like, Wisconsin. It's the players have to hold each other accountable. Right. I think there's there's a case of that every school matter what typically you don't want to go out to be a starter. For the for the you know, they they they got a certain type of guy up at the upper Wisconsin. They passed on other types of guys that. Might have been more talented speaking, maybe weren't the right fit. So that that definitely matters. People you're giving there. So you can truck that type of person here that your points lawyer. So then I I have a very fond memory of Owen Daniels for a couple of different reasons, but one so we were drafted in. No six. Play. You you get on the field together. Right. We were both like second stringer third stringers when we first started. And then I remember Owen took his I'll never forget. You took your first snap with the first team. And I was like, holy smokes. I was like looking around looking for you to talk to you. When the first team is going on. And I look up in here in the huddle. And I think he ran of I'm pretty sure it was a far cross or or corner. And you I think it was your first play on the on the first team. And you not only not only did you catch it. But I think shanty or was trying to guard you and you just like embarrassed him and how sweet. Catch on a deep over you made it look so easy. And then from then on I was like oh Owens going to be like a feature in this offense. How did your expectations of yourself change? Right. Because I was just trying to get on the field. I wanna make a team all of a sudden you go from trying to make the team to now you're going to get the ball. What what how does that change? How that changed personally? I don't even think I realized that. When you did. I think you probably did it for. I I was like. I'm just trying to make the team. Honestly, it was like I was scared after the third now I got to start the game, which you know, that's that's dress rehearsal. You'll both of the guys that are probably starting day. One the game up to you to start that game. Yeah. I actually made a couple of plays. But those situation where I jumped off side false start into like a short situation. Screaming his face off. Yeah. He just like literally. Oh, I got a rookie. He's going to start. Yes. And they all they are going to go in mess. It up by. I literally went apologize to cook out that will never happen. Again. The next day. Apologizes. That I was like, man. I just like I like obviously scared. I was scared. Yeah. I was like, yeah. Now, I'm a guy that can make plays, and I can do this like this is a real thing. But all the while like. They're they're they're gonna find somebody else. Like, I'm scared. Have a thing. So. The NFL always felt weird to me in that like high school, I felt free from all expectations and all responsibility in doubt. I felt a little bit. But then the NFL I you look at some guys. And maybe they were just faking it, but some guys look like in played like they felt zero weight of of getting replaced, and I was always I felt like you one wrong route one offsides. One drop ball away from never seen the field or the NFL ever again. And that's a tough way to play. And I never talked about this. I'm kinda surprising. You felt that way. After even after starting and even after making proble. I felt like that. Well, then you're different. That's true. That's true. But even like all along the way, but I think that. That's our mentality. That's that's probably a big reason. Why we're both the players. Bobby bid. Mental. We put. Yeah. So. You know, we're able to have each each mullet mean a lot to us. So I think that's why. Why do we get man? So then sorry. So personally we have expectations. Now, what what I never would. I never experienced. And I was just joking around with Leach. Was we go from you go from the Texans. And then you go to other great football teams and you win a Super Bowl. Now. You can talk about ravens or you could talk about Broncos probably Broncos better winning a Super Bowl. What what a what do real expectations of winning Super Bowls feel like right? Like, I didn't get to. I wasn't fortunate to be on the Texans when we made the playoffs, but you you were on that team. And then you on a Super Bowl winning team. What is the difference? What does it feel like in the locker room? I mean, I don't need to know about Super Bowl Sunday and whatnot. But like there's gotta be a different atmosphere and feel and feeling from that team from game one. Right. It's not like all of a sudden, there's expectation what you get the playoffs has has to be from the get go, right? Yeah. It was interesting. You know, obviously going for the Broncos. We won a SuperBowl. Right. But there were no known on that team except for Peyton. And I think Antonio Smith had been in a Super Bowl or one simple. Right. So. Not a lot of people in the room have even been in that situation..
"alvarez house" Discussed on The Truth
"Be. I prefer not to say your name with Erica right. Right? Yeah, I number where I can reach you. Yes, you can call me. But. Ona what. Erica. Who I have to go. At the same time routes our as out like. Siri? Siri text fib. I was in Bruce Alvarez's house in holy shit. Do I have a story call me back. Have to go get outta here. All right. Hey, what are you doing here? Me obviously, no. One else here in this. This is private property this. What are you doing? You're hiding in the Bush tried to take pictures of me. No, I- trespassing, I call the police on you and half you arrested. I'm the gardener, what the hell you doing you? I was gardening. Why are you in the bushes? I was gardening. Oh, okay. Makes. But I'll go now. Yeah, good going to do that. You can take the day off for the rest of the day. Thank you. You won't believe how. Older, you're gonna help. Are you? Okay. The view. Anguish. Vinnie our house of serial abuser height, noting files and tapes. These interviews with women, someone was recording them trying to find out what they said. Very known way. I've ran off, I'm going to. I have to go back and get them to me. Erica, you think I should just leave the tapes out. What do you say when you run? I won't. What if you do then. Ask him for comment. Wait, you're right. I can talk to. That's not what kind of access to him that no one else has. I'm going back. Bruce. That he had the force of that system by him. Did you ever talk to other women on staff with similar. Really hate you on the fuck. They don't even know the whole story. Like I wonder what would happen if they knew everything before are you? I'm someone who knows exactly what you did. Hello police when he was Bruce Alvarez at six fifty ocean view drive in Montauk upholstered highway, someone's broken into my house. Par-three at the off season is coming to the truth in one week for more stories like this, go to the truth, podcasts dot com. The offseason was written by marina and Meco for full list of credits. Go to the truth, podcasts dot com. The truth is a part of radio Topi from PR ex, a curated network of extraordinary cutting edge podcast, learn more at radio, topa dot FM. If you'd like to sponsor future episode of the truth, sent an Email to sponsor at radio, topa dot FM, special. Thanks to magnet theater who offer classes and shows on improv sketch and storytelling in New York City, learn more at magnet, theater dot com. The truth. Before we go here some radio news about a coup project from our friends at ninety, nine percent invisible. It's a series all about what we wear. It's called articles of interest and it's produced by longtime ninety. Nine percent invisible producer. Avery truffle -ment who digs into how the design of clothing affects us every day. Introducing new six part series from ninety nine percent visible. It's called the articles of interest and if a show about what we wear. And so maybe the ideas about quote attach. All right us about how. Due to a piece of cloth. Okay. Any fool can where close, but if you ain't got the attitude installed a carried off, man, you're just a close. You can hear all six episodes of articles of interest on ninety nine percent visible or learn more at articles of interest dot club. Radio. Acts.
"alvarez house" Discussed on The Truth
"Hello? Hi, I'm calling from Kearney magazine, Eric Maldonado. Yes. Is this a good time. I'm not doing anything. I just wanted to thank you for some in your essay glass doors. We really think you have a strong clear voice and incredible potential. I mean, unfortunately, we won't be publishing article next month magazine. That said, I wanted to personally encourage you to apply to Carnegie's internship program. Applications for the spring semester are open next, that's wonderful. Internship is a great way for young journalists to get introduced. The business publishing. It takes place in our offices that's in Manhattan, and though it's unpaid can offer credit depending on your university. Sorry, there's no stipend or housing fortunately, but we found that our industrial interns always find a way of making it work. It's it's really an incredible opportunity. Yeah, it sounds really great, but I'll keep my eye out for your application and I am looking forward to reading it. Definitely. Thank you so much. Okay, bye bye. Sounds like you're industrious talented interns and have to work for money. See. TV. I don't wanna deal with leftover meal residue. My pirates clean book. Let's kind of. Hi, I'm Keira. That's my mother's name was terra. How hard would they? Yes, thank you. That's a question. Read it has reaching this level of success in difficult, of course sit in this field careers. I'm sorry that questions for you. This question is for Bruce for me when you try to your former co host to have to cut you off right there. The Miller price. The Miller price, two thousand thirteen. Shit. Got this. His house. I'm in Bruce Alvarez house. This is his house. I have to get out of here. Wait. This could be a story. This could be the big break. To be something someone who's so rich have so little stuff, Erica, he's not gonna just leave evidence out in the open. Anyone could find, obviously. Have you. Erica, you good. Ager how places day my mom's at home. If you need to know. Eh, need help with. Trying to break into a number, how do not say like it's a bad thing, bad thing. We used to do this all the time when we were kids. Erica, we did when we were bored teenagers. I'm still aboard, teenager, nine, you're taught in high school anymore. Real trouble take anything against the law. Stop. Maybe people should stop pricing us out with empty beach houses. Out of that town. You know, why can't. You'll help you more in the long run with college in the long run when would visiting him in short bend. So guess that doesn't really work so well, does it transfer here? Okay. That's not how transferred works. You just like go from, not being in schools is being that's just called applying to college freshman. The has some financial. Help me out with this little luck and I'll let you go. It's actually a pretty hefty looking. One of it's separate logs. It's a separate lark from the walk on the door. Handle the door. Handle tar. Yeah, I, you don't have to worry about that one Bobby pins or like a paper clip. Use those extend the paper clip. And then stick it in towards the bottom of the lock. Six. The second pin at the top lock, basically you're waiting for like a little. Steve. Work. Survive money. Here's something crazy razor than you asking me to be an accessory to a crime. Yeah, much greater than that. Preuss our house. What. I'm kind of that is not possible. He doesn't have a place for mom. How was your minute? You're the big one down on ocean view. How she's all white men look alike. Recognize brute Alvarez. Why turning on Twitter do this place houses, ward and everything? It's definitely him like this is he's squat of all squads. Eric? Hi, wait, owners isn't good. You have to get out of there. Did you hear what just happened on his show? Knew what happened on this show felt to get the hell out there. I have more than anyone in the world except for the doors locked already broken into his house, have to go or just unlock Eric, how much the best friend by. We
"alvarez house" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Talking about that either it's. Got nothing, to do. With, anything. All right So no I'm not going there I'm, not going there I'm not. Going to address the so-called elephant in. The room I'm trying. To do my show. All right does a poor choice of words I'm not talking about that elephant in that room we're not, doing it let's. Go to the phones. One eight. Hundred six? Three six, eight six eight six. Here in Los Angeles. Matt in LA he's on topic back good morning what's up Thanks to rich is beautiful day I'm, actually in the. Harbor at the moment. Nice nice. Area man But one of the hype man Peterberg. Interview who knew man he's a executive producer hind. That can know, Alvarez interview, that was wild man how he just. Walked seeing, after was like county now that he's. You know, done and then Cannella when his capped. I mean it was just interviewed. So. Much Trump's 'cause I this is. A big yellow Alvarez house I hope you. Get, this stuff, right While you were gone. Old fast, one on everybody but I guess you. Can't spell tool without the Tito Jim You know No. Body, anything, but uh Anger towards dude I mean she should. Have been celebrated that day so what if you weren't there, until the third year dude you, can't carry Randy. Mosses jock The greatest thing ever Jerry Rice stop it. Teo also I gotta get some children karma can we please. Dating Dave Roberts. Or some, bullpen guy because this bullpen is imploding. Quicker than the Seattle king dome that's all got Romi where, I will finan from freeway shoulders Haters out tro Matt did you kill IRA Craig Matt LA killing IRA In. The same phone call resettle harbors a great place. To judge LA brea I, haven't really been lately Manohla he he's a big. Canola Alvarez guy so he said yeah I love that story. That was amazing it. Actually was great, story. Peterberg Peterberg of all people is on location shooting a movie he's got a gym it's an upstart Jim he's. Trying to get the thing to go in case you missed this and a pipe, burst sewage, pipe bursts so he. Says to his assistant whose going. To clean that. Up and she. Said you you it's. Not my, job I didn't sign up for this you can do it comes back he leaves, the location, comes back. Puts on a rubber suit with, one of his guys and the. Cleaning a crap. Literally crap smells terrible, he sitting there is, like, Dan this was not? Meant to. Be, nothing's going right. And then in walks Cannella. Alvarez and says hey do. You modify train. You're not no that'd, be fine he's whole crew comes in. They've got their salsa music they're working hard it. Saved the gym pretty amazing Addi need matinee LA to tell, me that nor did I need. Matinee to crack. Back on IRA for not having a place, to, live let's get to? Sing back. On, track all right. Let's do what we're supposed. To do let's go to. Wisconsin Christopher in. Whisk oh Christopher how, are you I'm doing. Really great hey I just wanted to say thank you, for taking your time he came up to our great stake, here but I. Gotta be honest with you I'm a little bit nervous with you blowing it up so much. I. Not having to a half. Hour traffic to drive. Five minutes I don't, want to pay? Twenty dollars for a cheeseburger like to pay nine dollars. For a six pack of beer not one beer and if you get a. Bunch of, people, the, most here I'm, going to be pretty upset man. I see you working Christopher I really do racking I appreciate that he why did you. I'm, so height for all the reasons you just mentioned because all these things that I did there I can never do at home so like hey look you know me I'm. Paid to share my thoughts I'm paid to talk about what I. See on paid to talk about what I experience I what I saw in Wisconsin and what I experienced in Wisconsin was amazing what I. Saw in Madison and what I experienced. In Madison, was amazing what I saw on campus. And what I experienced on that campus. Were, amazing. What I saw Saw and what I experienced an eagle river was incredible I know why you might feel that way but the problem is the secret to a certain extent is already out because as I was torn eagle river. Is I saw cranberry lake is I saw. Catfish lake I saw a, lot of southern California residents they. Already, know about y'all the secrets out of the bag now maybe I'm not helping by getting into this microphone in front of millions and millions of people and saying the same thing. And saying it almost every day since I got back. But I'm here to tell you the secrets out already they know about you all they do And I'm gonna do, more of the same in. Our number three when we talked to Wisconsin. Head football coach Paul Chryst do not go anywhere when we come back which we set your own Ramsey a mentioned yesterday dead he gonna roast mode Twitter it that. Way he was in rosed mode he didn't. Light up every quarterback in, the NFL but he got a. Lot, of them so then the media double back went to those guys and went for their reaction we'll talk about the reaction next but before I get there I do all your. Sports update here's the latest for you on this busy. Thursday morning Jay Berman has this one Sports play right Jim we'll start with afternoon, baseball. A couple of games one in progress bottom of the first inning in New York raise of a. To nothing lead on the Yankees also coming up at four o'clock. Eastern time about two and a half hours, from now it'll be the Mets and Phillies first of, a straight up double header in Philadelphia everything else is. Later on tonight including, the cardinals who are. Red hot they won eight..
"alvarez house" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Mike. Keep great not talking about. That either it's got nothing to do. With anything. All right so now I'm not. Going there I'm not. Going there I'm not going to address the so-called elephant in, the room I'm trying to, do my show all right does. A, poor choice. Of words I'm not talking about? That, elephant. In that. Room we're not doing it. Let's go to the phones one eight. Hundred six, three six eight six eight six. Here in Los Angeles. Matt in LA a better topic MAC good morning what's up Thanks to rich, his beautiful day oh see I'm actually. In the harbor at the moment nice nice area man but one, of the hype man Petersburg interview. Who knew man he's a executive. Producer. That Canaveral Alvarez interview things that, was wild man how, he just walked seeing after dude was like county now thinking. That he's you know done and. Then canal. When he's capped I mean it. Was just interview interviewed so much props because I. This is big halo. Alvarez house I hope he gets his stuff right and while, you were gone old fast one on everybody, but I guess you can't spell. Tool, without the. Tito Jim You know it Oh body anything but just. Anger towards, dude I mean he should have been celebrated that j. show white if you weren't there until, the third year do you can't carry Randy mosses jock the greatest thing. Ever Jerry Rice. So stop it Teo also Romi I gotta get. Some jungle karma can we please getting Dave Roberts or some bullpen guy because this is imploding quicker than the. Seattle king dome that's all I got Romi where I will Sanders. From freeway shoulders Haters out so tro Matt did use kill IRA Craig Matinee LA killing, IRA In. The same phone call resettle. Harbors a great place I'm not. Here to judge LA I, haven't? Really been. Lately right Matt LA he he's a. Big canola Alvarez, guy, so, he said yeah man. I love that. Story that was amazing it actually was great story Peterberg. Peterberg of all, people he's on. Location shooting a movie. He's got a, gym. It's an upstart Jim he's trying to get the thing. To go in case you missed us and a pipe burst. A sewage pipe bursts so he says to his assistant whose gonna clean that, up and, she said you you. It's not my job I didn't. Sign up for this. You can do it. He's guy comes back, he leaves, the location comes back puts on a rubber suit with one of his guys and. The cleaning. Up crap. Literally crap smells. Terrible he's, sitting, there he's like Dan this was. Not meant to. Be nothing's going right, and then in walks, Canelo, Alvarez in says. Hey, modify, train here no. No that'd be fine his. Whole crew comes in they've got The, salsa, music they're working. Hard it saved the gym. Pretty amazing Need matinee LA to tell me that nor did I need matinee LA, to crack back on. IRA for, not having a place to live get. Back on track all right let's. Do what we're? Supposed to do. Let's go to. Wisconsin Christopher Christopher how, are you I'm doing really great hey I just wanted to say thank you for taking your time I know it's very valuable came up to our great state here but I gotta, be honest with you. I'm a, little bit nervous with you blowing up. So much I out having spent. A half hour You know. In traffic to drive. Five minutes I. Don't, want to pay? Twenty two dollars for cheeseburger like to pay nine dollars. For a six pack of beer not one beer and if you get a. Bunch, of, people, to move here, I'm going to be pretty upset. Man I see you working Christopher I really do Rackham I appreciate that he why did. He, I'm so height for all the reasons you just mentioned because all these things that I did there I can never do at home so hey look you know me I'm paid to share my thoughts I'm paid to talk about what I see on paid to talk about what I experience. I what I saw in Wisconsin and what. I experienced in Wisconsin was amazing what I saw in Madison and what I experienced in Madison was, amazing what I saw. On, campus and what I experienced on that campus were amazing what. I saw and what I. Experienced an eagle river was incredible I, know why you might feel that way. But the problem is the secret to a certain extent is. Already out because as I was torn Eagle river. Is I saw cranberry lake is I saw catfish lake I saw. A lot of southern California residents they already. Know about y'all the secrets out of the bag now maybe I'm not helping by getting into this Microphone in front of millions and millions of people and saying the same. Thing and saying it almost every day since, I got back but I'm here to tell you the, secrets out already they know about you all they do and I'm gonna do more. Of, the same in our. Number three when we talked. To Wisconsin head football coach Paul Chryst do not, go anywhere when we come back which. We set Yohan Ramsey a mentioned, yesterday that he did go into rose mode Twitter. Put it that way he was, in roast mode he didn't, light up every quarterback in the. NFL but he got a lot of them so. Then the media double back went to those guys and went for their reaction we'll talk about. The reaction next but before I get there. I do all your sports, update here's the latest forty on. This, busy Thursday morning Jay.