14 Burst results for "Arnold Jack"
"arnold jack" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence
"Can fuck with a movie and everybody's known that we've seen it time and time again but they still do it and get away with it. And i have shit while the fuck the president. This sentence is that the the the public really does have the power because it was because of them that they were able to get this and him to get the funding also. It shows that time and perspective are really important when it comes to putting a movie together. And i guarantee you that he saw what worked and what didn't by having so much time pass and then you know getting chance to reduce things. He saw what worked and he was able to find tune it which is something he wasn't able to do under that gun and they weren't gonna let him and also they didn't want a four hour run time they wanted some digestible. In odds that such as oppression and this is what's really important and then everything else comes after that. I actually read interview right before. We start recording with zack snyder. And he's actually never watched the weeden cut and the reason for it is that criminal and anzac honors. Wife watched it right before i got released theatrically and they told him. Don't ever watch like. That's how hard core was. Is that literally like crystal almost. Like don't know yeah by stock just so so which makes them more impressive watching this one because you think you would think that zack snyder did watch the ones that. Oh that's that does that doesn't work. That's not my no. This was his intention the entire time. So it's not him fixing wedenesday mistakes literally. He didn't see we didn't mistakes that's true and he also he also amazon. Snyder has a signature. Sell like you could kinda think like. Obviously when you see watchmen or three hundred You see his style. so that's donald new. Like the the knew what they were getting when he was going to be creating justice league had to have known that they were gonna get these so with his. his stamp is all fucking overex- the very long pauses in the music. Which is there was some form of hickory just going to absolutely somewhat. Yeah nick cave. Walking out chugging. A bottle of whiskey is not is not doing the game justice brother. That wasn't if you're thinking of that way it wasn't for you throw in the bottom of the ocean. I would still confused littering. He's literally storing. Glass wasn't wearing a shirt. He could have literally been doing anything half the audience like. Yeah put that on the other half that lack. She watches movie outside of just being star. Ga- orgasm d- So that was other trash still. Yes still trash now. I guess i am interested in just how much say the. This is something that i hadn't really considered before because i always thought something suggestion and then. Cgi people do their own thing to it. But there were so many better choices with the cgi than was Done with weeden. And i gotta say that. Maybe it's just a little bit more time like the The weeden with steppenwolf is worse than this version is better is what i mean looked better Waited and even even the final finale inside of that cocoon that they made that bright red that they did in the weeden cut was like so distracting and weird and the fact that they took that away made it. I actually understood what was happening. Wasn't just as no red aura. On everything that read was wasn't just in the cocoon. It was in like the entire chernobyl. It's all right. Yeah fucking okay. I'm just gonna call. I'm from now on. I'm calling it your noble slaughter z. And they're not willing to use names or whatever The entire thing was read. And when i note and when i got to that scene i was like. Oh it's nighttime is holy fuck balls. Yes yeah it was so much better. I get to this scene but the cgi was not all saved. Okay i'm sorry cyborg. Still looks like shit. They could do iron man they can do a lot of other things that can make a fucking raccoon. Look awesome on screen. That has completely cgi. But they can't take a dude in mo cap and make them look good in in warner brothers. Universal still looks like shit. That third arnold jack all right right to look it was. It was terrible. Yeah it was a bit short around the ear. Out here with the obvious. Differences to the movie I will say if we if we were to do like a top two or three And we'll just start with one for me I would say that. One of the biggest differences in their aside from giving everybody more to do including batman In those might scenes was the battle was the war and the context of that brought in one of the most important things was the you know which you find out later on as the anti life equation. Which was the whole reason for that. Movie to be made was to tell that further that story and so that battle scene alone Was the when they if you look at this behind the scenes when they redid it and they read And they put steppenwolf. Originally josh weeden put him in place dark side that was dark side originally and then they took covered him up and they put that and that's why also looked a lot shittier in the for the measure the level of detail that they were able to go back and do really. I'm sold that like if they hadn't had that whole battle scene that would hurt that film. Badly yeah For mass she look. You're starting started getting a little bit clemson like you're a little emotional as you talking about your rising long so it's like i'm trying to like i mean i was going through a real quick. Is that like for me. I enjoyed the first three hours but it was that last hour. That really really proved it to me. In the comparison between the two because that lasts hour wedenesday cut with the fucking say like. Why are people still there. If you're living near nuclear plant yen millions of taking hoop area all out the truck out of the way and he looks up at certain. Fuck off and a deposit back like exhibits. All right. we're here could take out seven wolf. Get the box. Do our shit there is no leg. let's have a contest between superman and flash and save motherfuckers. Yeah unnecessary bullshit. And while we're on the ending. I really do think there's a lot in between that. That helped us move movie out. That i Hope you're gonna touch on the Flash end sequence. Oh yeah one was i was. I was like almost jumping out of the couch. Like yes because now. They teased it when he brought superman back. And that was actually regurgitated from justice league but the original release But seeing him reverse time from the mother boxes joining was just fucking awesome. Let's do leading walking on leaving enough open about time travel that they didn't fully blow their load before flash point that they love your point revenge enough for the just twist in the nipple little chat just the tip. You know how bad i wanna live. Action flashpoint oh. Yeah def. Geoffrey de morgen batman as thomas van. What's your face from fucking walking. Dead is fucking joker. Yeah and what. I'll say goes to show you that. And this is a true. I guess in any any verse but especially in in the dc universe weather movie or not time is the ultimate power. Church really is even. The mother boxes weren't even even that was reversed back they d. They didn't have the power to be outside of time. You know. I think that's not only set up but it shows how big especially when it comes to something like You know crisis yes. Another thing is i will say this some of the best. Dc movies of the past. Fifteen years have been their animated movies because they actually stay with what does based on the books inflators one of the closer of the of the live action. That actually did that. You know took four hours.
"arnold jack" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"arnold jack" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Family and friends this is special and I had unique situation. I had this. We're doing this deal with sears. And had been in the works for about a year and we were going to watch this. This clothing line in the sears stores across Canada and we are planning to do at the Sunday after Augusta who have been in the works for a while. But you know I win and then we fly in the next morning. And we're going down to the sears downtown. Toronto and I just see this big line of people all the way down the street as we're driving in that were they have an open the store yesterday but and they're like oh no the stores open. This people can't get in there waiting to get in. It was just that packed in there. Those doing a little autograph session thought. That's the first time it hit me and I thought well you know my life's about to change here and Yeah that that was a real moment that sticks out in my mind. Do you ever go back and watch it. Watch the highlights recently. Someone show that to me a be doing some stuff on instagram with this company. That's helping me. You know. Put out some content and we've been pulling together some video footage and stuff and that's the first time I'd seen for a while. Yeah it was pretty cool to see it again. I don't go back and watch things like that. I don't go back and watch the phone around. You know I just. I don't know if I'm if I'm looking for technique things every once in a while I'll pull up some old footage just to to look at what I was doing. Maybe my golf swing. Ibm done that in a while. But I don't go back and watch rounds of tournaments and things will one one story from the three masters. That has always really intrigued me. When we heard Lynn Matisse tell it was and I don't. I'm sure you're for your versed in it too. But did the tenth green when you guys went to the playoff who that you guys both Blue Putz past new. Len has has insinuated. He did not know what they did to ten green before the playoff. Did you know or have you since learned what happened yet? No I did not know either. And in fact in that playoff where I hit my second shot on the tenth green was almost identical to where I'd hit a couple of hours earlier in the course of regulation when I was playing the tentpole and I rolled the spot up and over the hill and cozied it down there. You know to a top end you know a foot away or two feet feet away or something so when I had that pot thought okay I know this pot I hit. The Pot came over the ridge and it just felt perfect felt. This felt the same as the same. Putt that I hit two hours ago and when it ruled wipe. I was just shocked. I couldn't believe that it rolled like it. Did you know nine ten feet past the hole and Yeah come to find out later that they had they had ruled the green. Well I guess when I was finishing up on eighteen and signing my car that they they ruled the green and obviously didn't tell len or myself thinking so made us look a little bit silly which. I'm kind of disappointed that that that happened like that because it I really did hit a you know my my first thought was I thought it was just GonNa be a top you so anyways but at least it didn't decide the layoff. That's it happened to both of you is the is the governing factor there but that is crazy to rewatch watch some of it last night at How far matisses ball goes by two? It's just crawling crawling crawling in. Yeah I I'm glad to hear you say you disappointed in the way that finish because I think it did put a sour taste in people's mouths for that for that masters but it was actually an excellent excellent masters. You have so what I love about too is that you had broke up tigers run. I mean he he was. He didn't finish runner up obviously but he had won the previous two. So he's the one that that puts the green jacket on you so I wanna know what do what do you sit with at the champions there when you go back every year. I'm on the Foreign the table. I've kind of fallen in this group with the with Gary Player and DJ sings down there and Charles cooties down there and Adam Scott and trevor immelman and Nick Faldo were. We're all kind of in this On the on the opposite under the table where the chairman in the in the past champion were were like the kids in the back of the classroom over there. You know on the far end. Do you have a Go-to or your favorite champions dinner story. Something that something that's happened over the years or story you've heard there over the years that you love to tell. I mean there are so many I mean you know the great thing I. Gary players always been a hero of mine and I think being around him and he's a great storyteller. He he tells stories from the past with you. Know with Ben Hogan and Byron Nelson and Sam Snead. I think all of us guys that. Sit Down there really. Enjoy listening to those stories about What great athletes? These guys were an in the tough times they had and to try to make it work you know to to chase it chased that the and not have to do a club job and I'm so those stories are always great. I think the one that stands out the most lows probably Arnold Palmer two years before he passed away. I think you know. I think his health failed a little bit and in the previous years that I had been been out the champions dinner he he never said much he let whoever will Byron Nelson was the chairman when when we first started and then Ben Crenshaw took over for Byron when when Mr Nelson passed away the Ben was always telling little antidotes about you know the masters and how has changed in the history of the game and then the chairman would say something and then the past champion and Arnold Jack? Everybody just kind of is respectful to them and not trying to overshadow. You know that special moment for them. So Arnold in all the years. I've been there never gotten up and said anything and I I in my mind I was like man. I want to hear some stories from Jack and Arnold and Tom Watson Ray Floyd but this year and particularly he got up and said something that was very heartfelt to all of us players and said how special it's been for him to be you know master champion and To be in the room all of us and for me to be included in that was just man I was. I got out of there. I was balling and it was really something even to this day that you know. I think of all all the great players that are in the champions Locker Room in that dinner when Mr Palmer walked in there was something special in different one when he came in. He's just such a lovable man and just makes you feel made you feel so special. We really miss him well. Can you compare what it's like going back to Augusta now as a past champion compared to you know say fifteen years ago while you're still kind of in your playing form ten years ago and now what's what's it like to kind of have that ability to go back every year? And what's that? How does that experience you know the more times you do it? Is it? Get any less special in any way I'd imagine not but how just kind of compare what it's like to go back as time goes on. Yes it's it's interesting. Yeah I never really thought about it that way but it is a little bit different. You know you're even at my age at fifty still go in with the with the hope that you're gonNA that you're going to play well and and contending compete but you're also in admiration of the type of players that are out there now and you watch them on the range and you think how far this games come with not only technology but the athletes in how much how much better they are now. And so you you go in and you and you focus on your game and you in. You're able to go into the champions locker room and and sit with Tom Watson and Jack. Nicholson hear great stories and enjoy the the Tuesday dinner and enjoy just Seeing old faces and familiar faces from the media to your family to everything but at the same time you can enjoy the tournament and enjoy the type of game. The guys are playing now and So it is. It is a little bit different in a little bit more nostalgic. I guess now than maybe in my prime I never. I didn't pay attention as much. I did. Enjoy seeing these guys and seeing Jack in the great champions that are in there and talking with them at lunch and everything but then I. I would be so focused back to what I had to do. Now it's The gas pedals off a little bit more. And I'm enjoying it a little bit more. Yeah just always find that dynamic interesting of this credibly ceremonious act of the champions dinner in the history of all the past being there versus. Hey you gotta go out and compete same. Same pins everything these guys are in tiptop shape and it it It's just an interesting dynamic. But what's What's something about the week? Two thousand three that maybe a lot of people don't remember or something that's significant to you in some way Or a favorite story. I guess that you'd like to tell from that week. One is that it was. It was an odd week that You know Thursday was completely washed out so completely rained out so we didn't start until Friday so it was kind of a sprint until Sunday. It was Plays men in rains. Practice Rounds Two and part three and everything right. Yeah it was just a really really wet week and at the end of the day I was thinking myself. Maybe this is going to be a tough week for me because of course is GonNa play very long and but then again coming in with some longer clubs into these grains the balls just sticking you know if I was sitting I remember hitting a five in number one Early in the week hitting five would into eighteen and by the end of the week on Sunday I had four iron. It was like five. Would three thousand three hundred four? That's along the course was playing But so so that aspect and then when you have the lead I had the lead after Thursday you go into the in the media center and how long the days were like Thursday Friday and Saturday just so long. You play golf all day. And then you're in the media center trying to get food at nine o'clock at night and you're getting up but you know you're getting up but four thirty in the morning to get back and get warmed up and and soon as daybreak comes you're you're back on the course owes the Sprint and then Sunday you know when you're in the last group you don't till late in the afternoon so does the dead opposite on Sunday. Was You have to find use that morning time? Not Get to in your head and just and slow down. Well it kind of from based on what we've talked about so far in hearing you describe your swing and how you've worked on things I would. I would classify you as a tinkerer in one. I'd want to know if that's if you would If you classify yourself as that and how and when stack until got introduced into your game and what was appealing about that..
"arnold jack" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Would really got me really. The most emotionally got over the entire process. Had to have been. Mike's text message on Saturday morning. That really hit me right. I mean it was so emotional fucking loser. It was an emotional roller coaster for me too. Because I read your taxed and obviously that was. I didn't know you can't even process something like that. And then for Mike Response. Mommy's trying overall it's well to read the full second one. Yeah why not? We're here. Let me see here. Was that sad. I suppose Saturday yeah. The group tech censored Oh No there hasn't so if you just put in me and Mike ship up there hasn't I don't think so. No really was the second one on our no. No No. He texted you personally. Yeah okay I think he wanted wanted me to see it your all. This fucking Texan. Sarah then I I hear it. Does that my whole thing Going back to a treatment for south depression wanting the patient treatment just told you guys Sorry at all day outpatient. Starting I'll be okay. I'll be fine going through a real down period. Pretty worrisome to my podcast. Hey this tucked. Erica tweet out something brief about this nephew hours Sorry because you guys in the spot either get help before things really got a completely out of control again. That's been getting very close to that the last month check in from time to time next week but not so much say well take care of yourself as anything we can do to help him. You know anything then Mike say good luck. Take care of yourself. Hope all is well. I don't even get hurt. You actually listen. You're one from the other day I leave. Understand can even understand it understand what the words mean. Hope all is well. How would things be well? In what way would thanks for? It's such it's a cold message. I did he read. Text message that you said and I know he's not cold. That's the thing. I am sure he was overwhelmed. I suppose I don't know I saw that in though I don't even even get what you okay as you know You know man. They're responding anyway. So as I say look I knew I knew. I knew that. He didn't mean it actually did no time as well as a really strange response but I know he's an awkward person so my first reaction was one isn't going to be okay to make fun of Mike for this turned out to be pretty quick. Yeah I would think so. Then he sends me one that day a couple of hours later. I know you'll hate this But please let me know if there's anything I can do. I just wanted to say how much I appreciate everything you've done for me. I'm truly sorry. Sorry if I've major life more difficult take care and be well so it's even worse because they know it's his own issues but he makes it about him is true difficult to do. You think you're fucking nothing stupid fucking sidekick like get rid of in two seconds. They'll be give your sending nearly beat more difficult while you're drunk shit at the mouth. Awasa Y Y- having suicidal thoughts to south. Because I fucking hired you to send somebody to Texas tech every day looking at like I just said nothing. Nothing you do all the say that he could care be well. I just want to how much I appreciate everything you've done for me and I'm truly sorry I've major life more difficult okay. You've made my. Let's just. Let's just say for stipulate you've made my life more difficult nowadays. GonNa do what? The fuck is such an empty taxed. I'm starving major life more difficult. You have in the else to take care be well. We'll do thanks. Mike Take Care wasn't even I hate that phrase was even mean he is. I mean. Put a jacket off. It's cold yet to carry yourself semi. Brush your teeth in the morning. Buckle up take care like what was it. What does that mean? Wash your hands after you take a shit I suppose. Is there anything that might could have texted you? That would that would have made you feel better. Yeah I'm a fucking idiot. That's it that would find a fucking idiot. That was a stupid. Texoma fucking idiot take care be well but he means well. I hope he's well too So you know it's it's it's fine. Everything's GONNA be fine no I. I'm sure there's been a lot of panic. Love Concern. It's okay. I'm working through it. I'm going to be okay Definitely down down down down down down still. I feel great but feeling better I had the I personally so I guess that was behind all of a sudden I had to laugh at the Jewish stuff edge laughed. I I know a lot about region. I understand it so I say murchison's a bully. He's a bully like he knows. He knew he was recognized. That the that we couldn't fight back the other chance to to to make people he disagree politically particularly Jerry. Really eat shit over joy. The car was the same way for me. Like you can tweet wherever you want. I mean I I really honestly don't care I'll get frustrated and that's why I don't really care You tweeted whenever you want. You could have tweeted. I could have killed myself when she give tweet the next day. It's it's it's open. It's it's social media. That's the way it goes. There's people going to tweet stupid things but there are people like who are like me who she knew who don't have a former fightback where she just tweets stuff. I mean I'll be nice about this because I don't you know I'll just put this way. She's an evil rotten human being. That's the nicest way I could put it Who wants everything to be about her and if she had a penis? I'd say the same thing except I'd say much more strongly And actually thought the other my first Friday. Maybe I was like maybe I should sit down and make a list of all the men. I have criticized as strongly if not more than the Karo and I would say that number over the last ten years conservatively would be five. Thousand people five thousand people five or six a show. Honestly I just. Chris is Mike Moore necker assize. Her and I liked all right. Mike The you know this is this is not you know within the show David Field Bob. Murchison Joe Zarbano Entercom. Whoever Mike We know the fucking Mike. Does on the twenty five minute special episode. That has nothing to do with anything really. Can you know just just frigging you know? Shake the frigging thing and we'll come up with a different name. Everytime Dale Arnold Jack Edwards. Pete Abraham Joe Biden in Bernie Sanders Donald Trump Both sides of the part. I voted for Hillary Clinton Lorne michaels our life stinks now. Dave Portnoy Kfc for that hideous interview with Shane Gillis which you know amount of power to say a terrible job. Sorry you reach out to me. I love the Guy B. and do a job into jobs to love you though Whoever pick it fucking we know we've done this fifty thousand anybody ever worked with so Joey Dicara if you don't know if you're on social media and you forget the people aren't I'm just kidding Kevin. You the great shop and thank you for reaching out. You've been great so big cat lobby. Gas Love Everyone Borstal It's up Kelly mark Why don't they don't like her? We're not gonNA pretend like her. She texted me yesterday too bad. That's what she texted. This really was hoping she said so. We'll keep up. Don't give up. Hope Honey Uku who can say that too bad everyone to have you know I can see Harvey on. I guess I lost my chance. so She did that ridiculous. I suspect it will go more into a Wednesday with Michael Jackson beside. She'd we've done made fun of this so some people tweeted her. I think she had some terrible things happen to her. And as I said a couple of years ago Jerry it as I said when we did this a few those guys tweet. That stuff are fucking assholes. There's no anybody who's defending those people they suck again. We get it it. Doesn't you know so you know tweeting her that she should be killed or head chopped off or whatever. That sucks you fucking asshole. We know that But she went on Sports Sarahspain. They did this thing with the head. The actors come in read the tweets and they pretended like they were still upset. It was a stupid fucking most embarrassing segman history of television and of course the checkmark pandered and so it was wonderful in empowering and brave stupid. The guys are fucking ridiculous in the women. Look like they're acting was just dumb so I made fun of it and then I remember so I guess Mike Colter during the fifty state thing and made fun because she hates big cat. Which saw you need to know. Honestly the big cats like the nicest guy lived It was great this week as well So I tweet my thing Saturday. In evidently later that day she tweets a bunch of things of how. Oh It's well it's nice. He's getting help. Like don't forget. You know he really went after me and harassed me in had his goons harass me and other women. I'm reading his book about have said the same thing. It's like three four hours after I tweet this thing. I don't care person I really don't but I see that I think what goes on in your mind. Could you be this needy that you have to do this? I understand nobody. Those really cares what you professionally. You've never like you know posing. Nobody defended you either car to tweet to me as we fan. She's No fan base but it has to be about her and then this is the old thing which is that they want. The car wants women to be treated equally. Meant I agree. I agree and I don't do that. I don't I'll admit it. I'm not as tough on women as I am a man. I'm so I'm guilty but when you start going back at them with cinema criticism somebody that you. The Kara plays the Suzie. I told you I told you they were GonNa do this. This is what's going to happen. What she did was disgusting me. It was somebody else if I was only out if she so she's gone through some mental health and I hope that she gets better But you know if. She said that she was doing that. I couldn't imagine tweeting. Hey you know she went after me I would never do. Did you would never do that. I don't even get it or tweet. Was she re tweeted? A story about your announcement. And she says there zero accommodation from Manhattan and his goons for my struggle with depression. And they're trolling and harassment that exacerbated. It and I know other woman who can say the same yeah. She's she's reading some book and I look forward to reading it. I mean obviously. She has no example giving examples. That book will come out. Maybe maybe it won't. It'll be ridiculous. A market now forward to doing that But she's just not a good per people in the world and chill responded this at some point she'll get two seconds attention and then she'll just float away you know We asked her to come on. But when I when I saw that I I mean my first reaction was awesome. Laugh boy just some look. We're all needed some extent. But boy just to interject yourself into that out of nowhere for no reason you know and and I think that's you know a scientist. You probably have some mental issues and she probably needs of persons. Had some terrible things happening. I feel very badly about that I do. I don't want her to to have had these newer but to make that in that moment about her is troubling instinct Just tells you the kind of person she is and obviously you've heard from a bunch of people that don't like her But I look forward to that book and those examples and I saw that Soledad. O'brien re tweeted. Somebody told me which is pretty telling as well And then I saw in the other one the other siblings so Julia cars obviously not famous. Nobody but Scott Van Pelt who hosts some sportscenter forever? Tucker another guy his tweet like yeah. I know you made fun of me a couple of years ago but despite that. I hope you're okay like I. I don't even remember but there's an example where I'm angry fucking boring show sucked in. Espn's sucks but that's like. Hey even though you a segment on the radio which. I don't even remember criticize me a couple of years ago. I'm glad you got helping. Kill Yourself. Oh that's so so big of you. Thanks fuck off like an asshole. I mean Jesus fucking another need Dick to you know get. It's just talking. Tweeted something nicer. Don't Alka give a fuck tweet anything but this whole night. I'll break every tweeted that but with a weird fucking bizarre instinct. I don't get it I don't get it so yeah I mean. Obviously you the joy the car thing I find amusing I understand the fans who are Saami suffering. I'm sure got mad and I'm sure I would hope kept it above board. I don't know I don't think she was able to use her text line or take actual calls that I would say planet calls only using continued to do that. Continue the text away call. Her radio show relentlessly.
"arnold jack" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"And tiger a tie for second can only first base that first place by a long par five really he put golf on the map as a spectator sport by making it exciting with his his slashing style play and his relatability him he was us he was he was our body could have been the guy our portion I mean which is Jack evident Haiger came into prominence they almost took us back to the Hogan times we totally respected how well they played and what they accomplish but they warn us they were out there playing golf we've never seen before but they were untouchable interesting but what you're doing which is the practice have a lease I think from which is kind of like a gas leak in this house or something on the fifth of Swinfen up too much of it I don't think it's close I think it's tiger and then Arnie and not even in the remote category of Jack even being part of the conversation really well Jack's biggest influence on the game of golf right now as I sit here is golf courses yes he's the he's the he's a major winner but he wasn't relatable to the average guy Arnie came in at the same time the TV came in so naturally he be there but nobody and I mean nobody has brought people in money and the average person to watch a sporting event any sporting event in the world like Tiger Woods yeah I don't care if you're a soccer player in Brazil if tiger's near the lead on a Sunday your tune in with your rabbit ears at some local station to try to watch the event tiger has brought so much from the money to the players to the the towers to everything he has brought notoriety to it like no other person and I will say this Arnie came in at the right time it was the it was the guy but you look at the absolute dominance the tiger had for that period of time added on to the money he brought in added on to the average person it's still right now Tiger Woods the best tournament event last year was the master drive because everybody's like it's great and what he did for the game at that point time it's immeasurable it's really tough to you talk to untie the knots because without irony there probably is no tiger another which without does the marriage between golf and network television does tiger you as crazy was no doubt have the same level of impact but I will say this for a ten year eleven year stretch wherever there was between ninety eight and two thousand eight or whatever was nobody was a better player including Jack for a for a ten year run and and and golf courses were at their peak of peak of peaks I mean they're building golf courses fashion they can sign permits over from townships ran out well through brooch you may but you didn't live through the tire flew the or any error and I did and and I'll tell you the whole world was just as big with already it was with tiger last week let let let me do the kind of the closing question of the segment I know we've asked the U. R. he's gone now Jack's Pushin eighty who's the next ambassador of golf I always ask the question I'm not sure we've ever answered it first you have an answer to that no I'm I thought about it and I see no one at this point to whom I would bestow that mail I mean it it it might have been Tom Watson at one time but I think his Ryder Cup tickets epic failure prevents that yeah got it and it's got to be somebody of that kind of stature to qualify tiger maybe as he gets into his twilight years so maybe the compare with tiger he should he appear small so I think we're just going to have to mow the lawn and we for tiger as he mellows just give me give me thirty seconds on this is there is a way that springs to mind I could see feel doing it just from is is is love of the the average fan and things like that being a good ambassador but I can see both of them being that kind of like the partnership kinda where Arnie and Jack both kind of war for appear to time but I I don't know I don't know when this day and age with the fame and stuff like that one Tony Romo sign in a broadcasting contractor seventeen million dollars year Morty made more these plans who knows that the money is going to change a lot and I don't know if there's ever gonna be anybody equivalent to Arnie ever Michael other than you would be the next ambassador for the game I don't think it's me actually I think Rory McElroy is I believe probably right up there he respects the game immensely Myers and and looks up to you know Arnold Jack and has a reverence for the game in the history of it and I think he is definitely a person that would definitely carry the carry the torch into the next a couple of generations and even as he goes through and and and retires and gets into his twilight which might be in thirty years but I think he is definitely someone that definitely carry the carry the torch for for the game Greg Norman would would have been on the right vintage but does not have the the the right persona Ford had he lives every vice there Osman bin a guy that and then what it would have sort of a head that that they kind of represent I can position let's stop here you get an update on Morningstar golfers club and its status as the weather warms up and also the play better goals I was straight ahead here in the spring Dr new stock eleven thirty WISN equal opportunity is.
"arnold jack" Discussed on No Laying Up
"A story that follows you around forever. He wrote it is a small world out there and put it. Put it this way if you if you have a bad experience variance for the pro and in pro-am or dinner or somebody mistreats you you're GonNa you're gonNa tell a thousand now. Yeah if you'd have a really good day you're not going to tell us many because that's what takes what's expected of you and basically parenting when Arnold Palmer would say it's it's imperative for you. Peter Jacobsen any tour player to give that amador. You're playing with and a the best experience I've ever had in a golf course. You're not only representing yourself in your family and your name that you're representing the PGA tour. And if you're proud of that organization as I am and I think we all are then you're going to do your darndest to give that person the best day and I was lucky I learned that at a young age or love. Love asking people this. What was your what would you would consider your or welcome to the PGA tour moment? It can be anything. I tend to direct that towards like I'm walking out in the rain. And there's Boom Jack Nicklaus right. There he comes comes up on me and a practice round or something like that. What was your moment of like Whoa? I'm here well. I'll tell you exactly what it was. It was my first time I ever qualified for a tour event. It was is it pebble beach. They've been crosby back now the. At and T. A.. Qualified on Monday I played with Bill. Rodgers the open champion former player of the year nineteen eighteen eighty. I played with Bill Rodgers and Monday. Qualifier all Domani in Carmel. California and I shot seventy and I got into the crosby. I was so excited. It was Monday afternoon. Iran out to Monterey Peninsula Country Club one of the courses in the rotation to play a few holes teed off on the backside played three or for holes sun is setting in the Pacific. And I said I'd better cut over and get in for. Its dark. All I cut over sixteen. Hit some tee shots walking off the deep and who comes around the corner from Fifteen Arnold Palmer playing with recording. Who happened to be my manager at the time that I'd never met him did he? We know your music. You didn't know me why would so I'm standing there with my with my hand down. My pants only went to do this. Is Arnold Palmer. Now he this Tommy Allott right here he could big time. He ignored me. Wake me off. He walked right up to me hitching. His pants starting did stuck his handsome. Ah I'm Arnold Palmer. Can we join you now. It was clear than I cut in front of him. But he wondered you make me be inclusive including me. I played the last three holes. He and mark. They talked to me like I was appear. We got shook my hand. He left soda four hundred the crowd it was just my caddie and I. That was my thing. You're on the air now because we're else. Would you have been able to play with Arnold Palmer. Unless you played in a pro-am it was in the corporate world so my first day as a tour a tour player was my. Hello moment. I've either I didn't know that when I acid acid but I've heard you tell that story or I've heard somebody else tell a very similar story about Arnold as soon as you're talking about Arna because I guarantee you're not the only person that happen onto you could argue that Jack Nicklaus Tiger Woods of the greatest players in the game and I wouldn't argue that I say that all the time but who's the the most important person in the game probably Arnold Palmer. Because he set the stage he laid the foundation for what we have today. Now Tiger may surpass surpass arnold at some point if as he starts to play lasts not as well if tiger becomes the ambassador that everybody in the game hopes was he becomes. He could someday surpass what Arnold did but in my book the most important player in the history of the game was and still is poem. Yeah it's it's it's funny. I Dunno funny is the right word is I. Don't mean to make this a tough transition but just with what happened recently with Kobe Bryant on his tragic passing thing I was listening to some podcast on the drive down and how everyone wanted to compare Kobe to Michael. Then start comparing like Lebron to Kobe and I forget who made the point on the podcast. I was listening to it. It was basically like no no these things all work linearly like they worked together. I mean you can't compare Koby be in Michael because like what. Michael did help drive Kobe. Like the certain things he learned from Michael and the things that like libra. It's not you can't cover enough like how much Lebron has learned from. Kobe has made Lebron better player. So it's it's it's not a I love to do debates on player but like what you're to bring it back together to that point what's happening with tiger and how he's been able to have this impact on the game couldn't have been possible without what he did. I think what you're saying. I couldn't agree more the one thing that you can't you can't do. You can't compare areas. People say who's better Jack. Now we're tied. It's not possible. They play different equipment. They had different technology legit. And that's all you have to know right there it's like being with a rotary phone on the wall and your kitchen. There's only one phone and a black and white. TV in your living room today. They've got cell phones in our pockets and we've got we can watch a super bowl. We're out playing golf. It's a totally different era. But when you think about one player lawyer beginning another player getting another player without Jack Nicklaus there would be no tiger woods without Michael Jordan. There'd be no Koby Bryant. Oh I loved Kobe Bryant. Not just because of the player that he was but the person that he was and to me. I go way beyond performance when you look at the hall of fame. People are in the hall of fame for their accomplishments. But what about the hall of notoriety but the things people do do away from their game when you look at what Magic Johnson's done you look at. What Michael's done you look at? What Arnold Jack and Tigers doing now with his foundation I should? It's all well and good. We we stand up and we give trophies and we give speeches and stuff but at the end of the day. What are you thinking about? I remember when they went Arnold Service when Arnold passed away a few years ago and went to his service in the troll and there were twenty players there and everybody that got up to eulogize on Monica on a concerns. Tim Jack Nicklaus his grandson. Sam Saunders the commissioner of the tour everybody not one of them mentioned Arnold's accomplishments percents masters. US Open British Opens Hall of fame. What they talked about was what he'd done for his community for the game for the world for charity and that really struck me because Arnold Palmer Review highlight what he's done with his club's then then you really think that's really nothing we should talk about? You need to talk about the man that he was. And that's what I love figuring about Kobe. And what what he meant to so many so many people in the game boy. It's just such a sad moment to think about he and his family and what could have been. Yeah no I think it. This is not that relevant conversation but I I always I mean. He's called. Sports hated Kobe. I didn't root for my root against him in sports and I became very blind to him as a person because I was driven by not liking him as a basketball player. I'm more of a libra separate conversation. I'm a blazer the Truck Jersey Guy. Yeah and I'm not a big Laker Jersey yet but I love Shack and I love Koby and Koby. The only played for one team I love that. It's kind of a throwback. Yeah for sure but I really look. You can not like a team and pull against him but you you can appreciate associated player play. Yeah and that's what I'm getting at is like I was blind. I was really starting to come around him as a person hearing like interviews. He's done since he was done playing how he talked about his daughters. And I I was like you know what he probably always. Was this person but now I always had the sports part of that. I didn't like and I didn't let myself like I don't know how that relates to this this conversation but it all does connect you are also known as being a bit of a prankster. I I WANNA know what's the best prank your most memorable prank. You ever pulled on somebody from so much. It'd be a prankster. But I love crazy times in crazy. Moments when Payne Stewart Stewart and I had a band with mark live former tour player Kojic flounders and I played Qatar and saying Mark Guitar and Pain Played Harmonica. We all three can't sing but we all did sing. It didn't matter we're not playing some tracks for me. You can sing pretty well one of the things that we would love to do when we would go to a certain town whether it's Hilton head of Greensboro Columbus. We would always love to go to a bar after Thursday or Friday. Rounder maybe after we missed the cut and we would have dinner have a couple of POPs and the local band would let us get up on stage. Play and that to me is how I remember Payne Stewart at somebody up on stage totally really out of our element. We just walked off. The golf course tried to save par. Make Birdie lead a tournament and here. We are on stage with guitar to microphone or Monica Get played in. Say it with a local band. That was really something that we love to do. So I'm probably known more for a lot of the extra stuff that I did rather rather than winning tournaments on the PGA tour where where would you go in Dublin. Was it the bogen is that yeah I mean I as I grew up in two minutes driving from the bogey and you could hear from our my parents house the music that comes from there and I think they make like thirty three percent of their income. They're that one week week during the year. It's just like we did here. I did want to talk about. Pain is kind of been a topic of conversation with the twenty year anniversary of his death and obviously what recently happened with Kobe. But was you were close with pain. You mentioned that. What was your first memory of? What was the first first thing that comes to mind? I think people do that was one of the things I was Gonna ask you. This is pain and I mean this affectionately was with pain an appropriate name for him because he's a pain in the ass to a lot of people took the words out of my mouth. We used to joke about that. When pain came out on tour he he was he who's chip on his shoulder? He wanted to prove that he can play and it was clear he can play but he just wasn't enjoyable enough enough to be around that I don't know what it was. He was a tough guy like admired his game but he was a hard guy to to to enjoy his company but later on became a more of a season tour player he bonded through music. He wanted to beat everybody every great competitor. When you look at Tiger and you look at Jack and you look at Laney you look at Raymond Floyd? There's not a lot of affection on the course because they want to kick you in the teeth pain that way but I think when paying soften a little bit when he got married and had kids and he became a Christian and we started becoming more accepting of people and then the true paints tour came out and he and I did so many things. Well put it this way. He had tons of friends us. You talked to fifty guys. They'll tell you that pain was their best friend because that that's how warm and affectionate Hiba keen to his friends. He cared about their families and cared about you game so paying came one of the one of the great people in the game. The Great People in sport all right you made it. You made it through the struggle part of the auto audio quality. We are Clean smooth sailing for the rest of the way before we get to the back half of the interview. One remind you guys Torah Sauce. Season five the Carolinas airing now live on our youtube channel. If you already listen to this that means the Kea episode play played last night. Neil and I haven't very very adventurous match from the back tees at the very difficult ocean course at Kiawah while Tron. Dj in Randy moved up a set had a nice leisurely stroll along along the beach. There we documented our day there. And we're GONNA continue document This season which is brought to you by original penguin. They've the clothing company. 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"arnold jack" Discussed on No Laying Up
"They all all saved rounds of Golf and saved tournaments on in around. The Greens was earning one that you looked around and saw the way they did things either with technique or worth practice that made you say oh how I need to get better at this. was there anyone. I love asking pros what they see and other people's games that makes them. I want to get better and makes them realize they need to change something. We'll SEVI- was a good friend of mine. We played a lot of golf together. A lot of practice rounds of majors together and he would work with me on certain shots and I would try to steal everything that he did because he was he was magic as magic as Mickelson is an in tigers around the Greens that was seven. Just the hands is that what what was it. I don't know it was. I don't know if it was as technique so much as his will to get it up and down he would. He would hit shots that nobody would imagine. He'd be left of the green and he'd have to bunkers facing him and I would take a big high lifelock. Put It on the twenty footer. He would pick a little strip grass running between the two bunkers at about a forty five degree incline. He Take Adar bounce it into that incline and go up there about two feet. That's a shop. I never would look at but he would do on on on brute routinely so he was he was the guy that really made me think more about getting enough and yet getting it done playing golf rather than golf swing interesting. We Laney had an interesting. Take on this to the gamesmanship of Sevi- from the Ryder Cup perspective. And he he kind of aired on the side of wasn't really gamesmanship. It was borderline inappropriate if not inappropriate. How he conducted himself in some ways from a competitive standpoint coughing backswings? What's that like during a practice round for a major you guys playing money games or what was your experience? Like with savvy. In that regard we would always play games where we would hit a crazy shots in fact we did it probably four five six times. Did it with Greg Norman to where it would be call a shot normally you go to. US opening you watch four guys tee off the you driving many at their eight iron putting chip so he would have a game what we would call shot. We might get on the t of par-four but he would say okay. It's GONNA be a four iron around that tree back to the fairway so we would get up and we would hit a foreign around tree into the freeway was it was lance nice about playing the golf course in learning the course and more about creating shots because I came to learn later in my career playing with Sivy so have you never did hit it in the fairway he ever did. That's why I was GONNA say always in trouble. Well I hope you guys got to call the shots every now and then to okay rotate okay. I distinctly remember when fluff was getting for me for twenty years. So he's brother. I believe day was was his brother. Who's Kevin Warm replaying replaying the PGA at Cherry Hills in Denver? We got to the whole apart three. WHO's one of our call shot games and I'm so he's turned in civics than okay? It's you and fluff against the sent a and me playing this par-three on our needs so we drop down to our knees. Now you understand the surprise for major Buchatskiy trying to think maybe either Hewitt Greener Torino Tournament. I can't remember but we dropped her knees. We hit our shots from our knees. He's and fluff and I beat them so here are these balanced. Errol's brothers who were great shot bakers and fluff and I took them down a manhole at that of of course what courses this. Oh Cherry House you said that. Sorry what what's fluff like. I mean we see the pictures and I think everyone has an image of fluff. I don't know if I've ever ever heard his voice I know he's a dead. I believe is about all I know about about fluff. He's the biggest ed you'll ever meet when I first met flop first of all when when MM tiger hired fluff to go to work from me tiger. Everybody thought all Peter you gotTa hate fluff you got hate. that he left you not at all. I encouraged it. Because was how many chances do you have to go to work for or work for the greatest in that chosen profession and it was that obvious to you before he got tiger. There's GonNa be Great. I knew tiger when he was a kid. I was there when he won the. US amador in Portland Oregon. where I used to live it was clear he was going to be a great player? But my Cowan is the easiest going by the delivery. I talked to him. Oh maybe once or twice every two weeks I see. I don't see him as much anymore more because I'm not doing as much. TV FOR NBC. I used to see him all the time and furious turning fifty so we don't know where it's going to play this year whether it's tour or champions tour but fluff is easiest going guy. He is a loyal true friend. One of my best friends in life not just in golf but but in life could you pictured in caddying at how old is he now is he approaching his eighties. Isn't it no no no no no he just looks. Oscar said that probably just looks older than he is. It's got some hard years on him and he knows it too. We always laughed. But I think he's seventy two is birthday February seven he's going to be seventy two. Or maybe the seventy three not sure. But he's still going strong carries that bag hustles behind jammed. It's great to see so in the the First part of this audio that we have redoing. Currently you mentioned that you are also. You're not only recognized as a player and commentator but for two other things that you've also experienced your in your life and career. What are the things that people come up to you and say well? Since Golden Tea came out I was involved in the inception of the game. And did voiceover still do voice overs. Now Jim Nance people come up and say hey we see that guy's name on the leaderboard may be two three four or five. But that's the golden teague. I inside more. Autograph says the Golden as a player. And in it's one and the other one too is I get a lot. I was in the Movie Tin Cup. I won the. US Open up the won the tournament. That Roy mcevoy was chasing and people will say Oh. You're the guy you Urine Tin Cup. And how did that come about. How did you get in that? And how long were you on sale for that. There were a lot of players Tour players in Tin Cup. John Cook Stadler for couples. According even Jerry Pate Bruce Lipski Tom Yum a bunch of us. Ron Shelton director. He he wanted to be very authentic. PGA Tour Authentic. So when we were on set check with Kevin Costner and Don Johnson were great to us by the way we just interacted. We walked around on the putting green like we were getting ready to play a tournament round. We'd be in the locker room talking. And he'd walked by there was no scrip by Koster or Don Johnson that we knew of it was just guys go do think if you they were doing a podcast and cost her walk through and that would be a part of the movie. He's doing your thing so I think I think they were asking if somebody could be here on this specific day because that's the day they were gonNA shoot the final. I said I can be here in. Chilton said good. You'RE GONNA win. The let's say what's was there an actual competition to see who got to win the US Open and that just what the final round with Jerry who actually did silk so so how get. I don't know but I I just I don't know if this is a good question for you but I wonder wonder how they got away with using the US Open. 'cause I know like happy Gilmour had to make up some names of events and stuff but I don't know if the US J. license that to them. I know there's weird stuff around something we way with anything like that. Maybe the photo was good. What was the what was the guest? The talk around tour very genuine excitement excitement about that movie at the time very much so remember the great line cheat Seguin Costs Shaked a ball and he said Hey yourself and the Chili peppers. Yeah it was a lot of excitement because there were so many players in the gray was real all anticipating how cool it was going to be it when it came out and it was it was did they have like tour consultants covering off on the Gulf aspect of it making sure they got the details right. So that was Gary mcchord. The mcchord and cost her became pretty good buddies. mcchord tot cost or how to play golf. Had a swing and I think he did it constantly. The Good Job Corps put his heart and soul into to that and it was just fun. Movie was something right down mccord's alley who likes to laugh and have a good time and I thought the movie was great. Yeah no it's extremely family. Extremely reliable and golf channel is not shy about putting it on in the in the role royalties forty eight cents. Yeah did you have to join this. St Screen Actors Guild. Yes okay of the screen actors. Do you have to pay dues to that every year. Or How's that work not. Yeah well you know it kind of fits in that movie fits in well with you know you. You've always been a personality on Torah from a younger generation. I've always known you personality. Do you think a couple questions later. That do you feel like the current tour is kind of trending away from encouraging that kind of personality. And do you ever feel like your accomplishments. On the course may be overshadowed by your personality way when I was younger and I was influenced the winds very much by Kai and Lee Trevino and Fuzzy Zeller attended to skew. That way because they they were more like I should say I was more like them. But it really came in and assess ity to be able to have a personality or set yourself apart to be able to be noticed to be able to do pro-ams in get endorsements and able to survive. There wasn't the money then as it is today so I don't think it is of importance to the players today to be to be to worry about their q factor. More Tim show much personality. Because let's say I better I is better And there's more media out there obviously but it's also there's so much money out there players can win tournaments. Put it this way when I played you. Need it to be a tour member for about ten years to say that you have a career or you can. You've made a living playing golf nowadays. Oh it needs his one year you have a good year. You win the fittings. You can quit. You're done so I think the needs back. Then were different than they are today. That's why you saw so many kind of wild things back then and you don't see much anymore. When did you feel like you had that? Career had carved out a career or it's always weird asking asking people about finances but the game like you said the game has changed so much in that in that regard that you know you go back and look at like guys like you and your career earnings and what you're making in the eighties and the travel costs are expensive. I always wondered what the threshold for feeling like. You're making money. Playing Golf. was back then because you can look now and there's guys I know that are pretty comfortable trouble playing on the Korn ferry tour. I mentioned that wasn't necessarily the case back then. I felt like I made it when I was Outta debt I was. How long does that take? It took probably we eight years. When I played my first three years I was on a sponsorship by some friends of mine in Portland and after that ran out I went out on my own? I didn't how much money but I had. I had trust belief in myself and I had a few small contracts five ten fifteen thousand dollars contracts and I saved my money money and my wife. WHO's my wife of forty three years? She was very good at it. Means you money but when I was out of debt and we bought a small condo in in Portland we started having kids and the pressure was on. I knew ahead different. I knew I had to perform a really. Gosh I won my first tour event in nineteen eighteen eighty one a couple times eighty four and probably in the late eighties when I was a father of three and I I felt more comfortable but so so. What's that years until I felt like a quote unquote made? Yeah well does. How does that affect your golf? I main some people get it can say you know having your feet to the fire like that makes play better but I can also add a lot of pressure to. How did it affect? You helped me. Yeah made me really focus. Choson pay attention. I as you said earlier. Who did I really focus in on? Who did learn from everybody? I was so lucky to get thrown in when it first. I came out with Arnold Polarized Sanguine cormick maybe they signed me on a whim. I was nobody but I got Tony With Arnold Jack and Gary Player. David Graham Inhaler win and and Raymond Floyd and I watched and listened and I learned about how to be how to be Golf Professional. You can be a professional professional golfer. Be Jerk with a lot of tournaments and be an idiot but to be a professional golfer that basically runs the whole the game it it runs from getting to registration in the morning and being kind to people and going out and playing great being in a pro-am being kind of your partners giving a a little of your time and then winning tournament giving you good acceptance speech so I was lucky I learned from the best. It's golf's a smaller circle. Then I think a lot lot of people think I mean if you you know it's pretty easy to you know if you get a bad reputation with one agency or one thing you've done ever if you showed up for a pro-am hungover her and it didn't talk to people like becomes.
"arnold jack" Discussed on WTVN
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Whopper but that's because they could come on the same grill so it's still got me juice on it's also face whatever they whatever the one that that white castle does ed brought those in here and they were fine was it an impossible thing beyond that was by it was beyond I can't yeah I had a beyond the sausage sandwich add yeah Dunkin donuts do the beyond yeah breakfast sandwich with the that beyond sausage and that's actually not terrible is sort of like like a chorizo kind of taste to it like it had more of like a like a lot of Cuman like a Mexican chain of spice to it yeah and it was actually pretty good yeah you could spice and enough spies yeah anything it's gonna wasn't bad though and the texture was was not as a mask yeah pretty much awesome live stuff coming up over at ABC we're just talking a little bit about mention Mel Brooks in that story about how many times but can rehearses are alive at least ten this is the least and by yeah ABC they they did a lot of musical last year they did The Little Mermaid in November these need to stop yeah they do because like the first two times they did it they did it well now they're just try another just train or so so in BC did hand right and was it the sound of music they do a sound of music thanks so it was the other one they did I think they did some music okay and then ABC did little mermaid in our in November fox have done a couple to well it's being described I know fox didn't like him they were the Rocky Horror and it was awful that's right and they did and I remember hearing later pan was bad because Christopher Walken played captain hook yeah and that would have been a wonderful choice in nineteen ninety seven they did agree agrees to and it was not good well ABC's little mermaid at least in this story is being described as successful really because the wound thing was I had to mark may save sassa might myself safer from flounder from the live well now it was all full this fall ABC is going to present a live musical adaptation of Mel Brooks young Frankenstein okay is please don't mess that up is has there been a of I think they were identified as a basically say has there been a broad I think there has been a conversion because of the movie was only one musical array put on the Reds earn please don't mess it up yeah my set up ABC is also gonna be doing so the only reason why is all messed up is because it's like the only one of those that I saw all that was great from start to finish was Jesus Christ Superstar like John legend John legend you know yeah that one was great from start to finish well so the rest of a woman in ABC is also going to be due in February so next month they're gonna do a live episode of the Connors okay and it's going to be built around the it's going to air I guess on the night of the New Hampshire primary is rising coming back from the harsh on actor back it's gonna be on the night of the New Hampshire primary and they're going to incorporate things about the the the actual real results him into the episode was the episode the Connors who live in Lanford Illinois results from writing yeah yeah supposedly they're they're making trapped at the restaurant there when they're done renovating they have nothing else to that's the only channel to go get a get our snow storm Darlene son mark is it has to watch the election results as part of a school project meanwhile her daughter is it says is apathetic and believes that money's influence on politics make real change impossible okay well better hope the results are in by yeah you know I like clothes and what seven thirty yeah I like that show but it's and it's gotten better as far as that let you could tell that people were rusty that person who still the worst actor on the show is is DJ Michael Fishman because he gets like three lines an episode right this is terrible yeah but the thing that makes me sad isn't even in every the girl that plays Harris yeah place Darling daughter is fantastic on shameless engine is awful on the Connors let's see I can't tell if the user very much because she's also in rehab yeah I don't see like I said she's fantastic in on that show does it is she's awful they they started giving more more screen time to that to the girl that plays DJ his daughter yeah she gets more time and more lines than he does yeah in the flesh is a better actor yeah she is very she has but I just read that ABC is trying to quickly get everybody signed on to do another season it's their number one comedy series after modern family which is going away yeah which is should and should have gone way like three seasons ago well they always stay too long at the end they do yeah Arnold Jack you and your bird story here with okay well two minutes sold every week doesn't we could break here all right and then you wanna do you bird story out my breath long we can let us so let's get a break here when we come.
"arnold jack" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Thousand dollars we asked what super super star athletes from different generations would you want to see in one competition somebody did say me and you and our primes in Oklahoma drawl let's just let the cat out of the bag here for people that want to know those girls are so fake as to actual football in Oklahoma drawing room anymore an offense of linemen gets in a sense you rarely will get in a game a defensive lineman gets in the sense that we rarely get into any game and you just smash each other in the in the face and then try and and tackle somebody I mean it's ridiculous and I am glad they basically are done doing that because in all honesty it doesn't do a whole lot right right right right exactly because I went do I like actual athletes I would I would I would crush him okay moving on I'm not so sure what other athletes right besides the two of you someone put in Bob Gibson against Mike trout I have a good one you saw one listen Bob Gibson terrifies me to this day do you want to fight about free to backyard to play first time I ever met Bob gives them I said hi my name is tree we like fifty Bucks I can change that name for an hour thank you Sir just a lot of people is real Bondeson's real man lot of people said Arnold Jack tiger all their prime against one another me give me give me Jack and tiger match play at Augusta I'm good that's it for me I'm good Nolan Ryan very bonds Jim Brown Bo Jackson eight appears not going against one right yeah yeah yeah the interesting one that I thought was a team one someone wanted to do the Golden State Warriors team versus the bulls team whose regular season win record the only I would that's what rules with women with one of the current rules are now now these rules changes that would have one of each yeah you're a half series a half each Sir do you will first have you can play by nineties rule is the problem you played the first half of the nineties rolls away is not be around for the second half I also like the one where the the best the best bill Walsh forty Niners team against the best hello Jack in a lot Bella Jack each team would be a good you know how about this one how about this.
"arnold jack" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Uh of their choice of their satisfaction well let's perfect transition they talked to me about the Android faxon how you guys came up with that and I'm assuming his billy android of course is your partner outta over a hundred different children's charities of the State of Rhode Island the PGA tour website and they've got you for nineteen million well no see the confusion is is as we've been doing the CVS charity class I just started in nineteen ninety nine after we had been doing the entered facts and for a while so we got mixed up with those two events in the CVS event that we're still doing we're going to our Twenty second year twenty first year we twee second year We were getting money from that event would then we started doing the entered facts and every other year it was hard to do both but then the CVs thing became a monster event we had it on TV early on it started giving away millions of dollars we had Arnold Jack Gary come to our event the first few years it was surreal did that was to be able to have CBS which is one of the top ten companies in the world in Rhode Island one of the small in their We had hall of Famers Nick Price Love the place Calcavecchia list them all we had them all well one of the questions bacon how did that happen. Well the fairly fairly brothers from Boston area bobby and Peter and they were to the celebrities that played in event now when they first started doing their early movies and we got him to play some of the people on our board will like the fairly brothers aren't celebrities and then we're like movies got really big something about Mary came out and you know a lot of the Boston athletes were in little rolls they had each year and billy I got to be in the the something about Mary with with Bill Murray which was tremendous but they are auction which kingpin we'd King we we had a legendary auction in this event and Sean McDonough one of the great announcers of the world he he helped host our auction he is the one of the funniest human beings when he wants to be that I've ever seen but the fairly bowlers auctioned off roles in their movies dribble in our crowd one of the the Amer players Agai Malcolm Chase who was he gave more money to us than anybody alive he and his wife were so great to us and and he he was the largest single shareholder time Berkshire hathaway and had had been very successful as you can imagine but his his wife Liz still lives down here lost her we still see her and she's been such a a great pillar of strength for us when we got into trouble and needed advice but he bought the role for one hundred thousand dollars speaking role in the You've got to sit at a bar having a drink with I can't remember the exact see now but an to see those numbers you know when your Rhode Island and people are bidding for that the greatest item we ever had we had a a rack made by a well known architect David Andruzzi took this Brazilian walnut. frame it we had a spot of this rack for the living masters champions and we got all all we get tyler's golf balls with a Master's logo we got the addresses of all the living champions we sent it to them with sharpies telling them what we're doing how we're going to auction off please do the force and we had Henry Picard we had Ben Hogan we had she'd Sarasin on oh on these balls so he did this well most of them were still alive and some of them would sign golf balls we we asked Gary Jack I'm so not Gary Jack Jack distinct belonged on a wall somewhere and then we had a big private equity guy from Boston going against him it is sold for fifty thousand dollars back in this would nineteen ninety six and this guy had all kinds of art on his walls it is nice house and he said I have people come into my house all the time and I only look at this golf ball you know renoirs monets and you could name there's the conversation all right thank you but you've got round your office to this isn't maybe the best transition but we talked a lot about your game and you're putting and I felt like you were always really self deprecating about your ball striking so I I want to which I tried to keep that as a as a golfing I was always trying to keep that relative right because obviously starts on the PGA tour if you're not good good ball striker I know I was streaky. I'm trying to understand what that means is kind of where I'm getting at on with that in two thousand and five on the PGA tour and then so I mean to play well for a long period of time I went a pretty long streak from.
"arnold jack" Discussed on KGO 810
"My fourth is tomorrow and we celebrate with the music that celebrates America by the way Valerie emails John I'm so glad you mention the Boston pops they aren't on local channels anymore but they are on Bloomberg TV at five thirty our time he's Walker and when the teeth of this year and she says it's the only one I want one five eight zero eight zero eight ten let's go to let's go to Ted calling from Los Gatos ten I'm delighted to have you welcome to KGO Hey Charlie really really really a treat to listen to gene hallways again that was and and you know I didn't really grasp that guy got in the middle of it and yeah it did it was just a very special but you know what an intelligent guy like yourself to let callers assimilate that in any way our situation in America today with Donald Trump has any similarity is is it's just wrong understood what you're saying that's reason why I wanted to come on I want you to know that part of what I tried to on this program for a lot of people come on and say outrageous things and I let them say it because that's how we talk about it and the fact is there are people who could see the analogy and that disturbs me were you don't make it out to be that way have you you you make your credible well don't you understand if people listening to something I believe that there is an analogy and they say that there is then the same way with trump supporters to call and say they agree with trump on X. Y. Z. I say that you're right well I don't shut them down well you may not see it but but I believe there are people and I have many emails here saying they see an analogy if I were if I were Donald Trump and I knew people for that register goes yes yes it does exist yeah but the opinion exists a swell I'm going to call it an opinion because if everyone who disagreed with me I said it was a sickness nobody has a problem in fact right what it does and you know there are opinions instance when someone no brain in fact to draw any conclusions or similarities between this administration and what happened with the British and our country in the last one that's why the explanation trump America should not be compared to king George's what my board says and that's the reason why I put you on the air you had a well Gee whiz I'll tell you at I I hope I'm not the only one and I hold that that people listening will just just kind of like but whether other people who agree with you and you will hear from them and I appreciate your call I appreciated four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten rob says great to hear Mister burns thanks marvelous words echoing through global history spoken by Jean and that's it I I'm I I don't have time he also says the comparison of trumpets King George striking indeed striking lunacy at a lot of people feel that way they do and that's the whole point there are two points of view about Donald Trump let's go to Marianne calling from Cupertino Marianne welcome to KGO hi John hi Marianne good to hear your voice thank you I'm so glad you're going to have a little the military parade my husband was in the military for twenty years he was stationed at Fort Bliss in Texas he was with them guided missile battalion and he passed away four years ago well I'm so sorry thank you god I can you speak if it wasn't for the military I wonderful military we one have our freedom we won't be able to keep it I love the military you are the last of the mall I agree with you one hundred percent and I'm so glad you expressed your point of view we appreciate the military now the question is what do you do when you have a president talks about my generals and who has a military parade we have we have people were very concerned can you turn can you play are cut one Arnold Jack Jacobs medal of honor recipient who made a comment about the parade I'd like you to hear it well it's a bit ironic to surround himself with is a guy who who Dodge service in in in Vietnam Dodge service period yeah to surround himself with the trappings of military establishment who are providing these things reluctantly by the way I might add my smoking a number of people who say that they are really reluctantly providing these assets the interesting thing about this is as you mention there are tank countries Russia China North Korea and there are non tank countries were non take country if you are really strong if you are genuinely strong you don't have to demonstrate that you stroll and those who are weak generally speaking parade the stuff around we don't have to do it the fact that we're doing is very troubling and I tell you that is why the ranking officers in the army navy marines are not going to appear with him tomorrow the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff will but there is deep reluctance in the military does the American independence day celebration does it indicate the strength of our country because of our military it's the decoration independence with the constitution and yes I think it's the bill of rights don't you four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten a let's go to a Greg calling from Manteca Greg welcome to KGO hi John it's great to hear gene voice again wasn't marvelous yes I read the declaration of independence my history class today including the up part we're Jefferson condemned to King George the third for the slave trade calling with the old remote infidel powers it's important passage I think that just gets neglected the Congress edited out I don't plan on watching king Donald tomorrow disgrace our national military or the national mall Medicaid in a little bit of civil disobedience with the census business let me just and get you depending upon how it goes and you know Friday I've got a lot to cover Friday already know it yeah but I will play clips of what Donald Trump says in order to get reaction from people because tomorrow the rest of but I will on Friday do that well listen to your version of your listening his voice and then together will there you go up what those forces senses aren't I mean here you got it he's king he thinks that he can reinterpret the Fourteenth Amendment for all of us without Sir censure then the so what I think I'm gonna do is if the census comes to my house and he wants to know if there's a B. psilocin Terrel Telemark got I think we ought to do is send in a check for five hundred Bucks Mattel my got twenty illegals live in my backyard I'm a register of all to be Democrats and I'm gonna bite bison to come spend the week it might also given cookies you know what I I love is is the cynicism not whatever accuse you of that I have one question before I let you go how did your class react to hearing the declaration of independence are you a couple cynics in there and I've got some African American students that weren't you know they were they were little you know okay so he he wrote this business condemning the slave trade but he didn't do anything about it when he released his slaves yeah I mean there are but you're right they have to understand the cards yeah more weeks with them I can't they're very lucky to have your Greg I appreciate the call all you'll hear it will to talk about this Friday and I'm counting on your participating by the way I love going in the class and reading controversial things I want kids to debate these things if I were teaching high school class I would play them gene burns and that little bit of the declaration of independence edited for time because I want people to think about the way that doesn't mean when you think you agree with me I just assume have people don't ruin it makes it much more interesting and those who also they show no the beauty of it is the people who don't agree who call what's go to Harold calling from Oakland Herald welcome because I called earlier and I forgot to ask you something yeah is it a requirement to give your address are when you're when the census people come at you know it is on the census form maybe because there's a it's a dress you in a dress I would think that would scare away a lot of really illegals right there it is but it is the address is there and by the way they come to your door if they don't get you by mail they will come to your door I hope that answers your question I appreciate your your asking it let's go to Clint calling from San Jose went welcome to KGO hi John hi that's a minor holiday but heavy Rastriya each that's the new moon back thank you go ahead yeah so yeah it was priceless dear Jean again is almost like it was yesterday so couple questions is about depression and I know there's a similarity between the constitution and knowing that because can you explain the differences will explain the Magna Carta was the first declaration signed by King John no relation to me I hasten to point out I am if you go to running need one of the most interesting things is a plaque placed there by John F. Kennedy celebrating of the concept of the magna Carter and the Magna Carta became the foundation for the notion which ultimately resulted in the declaration of independence and the constitution of the United States and it's a fascinating story because it was the people who demanded of an absolute monarch I'm John by the way you know it's very interesting there's never been another king John in England because well all the political implications of it I never think so when Jean was reading one of the things that sort of Natalie made a note for was free and independent states and how it still has such an effect today about how each day can make laws number one in the south recently about abortion laws and I each day can different laws about anything from marijuana to abortion and how they're still independent states versus federal rights and I point out to Stephen a Douglas all ran against Abraham Lincoln for the Senate in eighteen fifty eight and ran against him for president in eighteen sixty something called popular sovereignty which said that each state should decide for itself whether it be a slave state or not Lincoln answered him you'll recall the immortal words of a nation cannot exist half slave and half free yeah and the the whole notion is very interesting because the Republican Party opposed the concept of popular sovereignty today it is the Republican Party which advocates for popular sovereignty and I have to tell you I think of Abraham Lincoln were alive today he'd be a Democrat call thank you Lou Leslie males tomorrow's my sister Shelley's birthday and the birthday of the greatest country in the history of the world the United States of America with all of our short comings Leslie writes an unfulfilled promises our Federal Republic still exists under a wonderful constitution for two hundred and forty three years of age America is still going through the growing pains and civilian still rule long live the USA Leslie you're.
"arnold jack" Discussed on Fore Play
"And I said now, you know, your life pretty damn good. These people here who in this this home here. They're not doing real. Well right now. Now, you feel sorry for yourself and get your head out of your ass and start playing golf because that's what he needed and he'll tell you by. Golly. I'm not sure anybody's ever done it for him to. But it worked. He he he per quite out of it, whatever default mode. He was in he parked out and started playing better. All it's amazing. What are friends for actually if you to communicate a little bit more, maybe might have a better relation? Rarely. You gotta drive fucking Greg. Look it up the nearest graveyard. We'll go talk. True. That's true. Friends. Do I mean, that's what they do for you. You know, you gotta tell you when you're not doing something. Right. And that's what a true friend. Does. You can't always Pat him on the back and say, it's okay. And that's what I've always admired about him and even Hubert back in the day to you know. You know, and the kids now, they don't they don't really mentor. Anybody it seems like, you know, and and I grew up mentoring course, Arnold Jack him I love him because he played fast. And you know, just the chance to be able to even not even not only get my record. But a chance to meet all these wonderful guys in their talented stuff. But to say that I'm one of fuzzy best friends, and he's one of mine is is something that you know, is pretty damn cool. Yeah. A big criteria for guys gotta play fast. You're not gonna be buddies. Yeah. Doesn't take any time at all to hit a crappy shot. And you feel so much better about it. Once it's over you stand back, and you think about it. And you think about any top, and you go what I go through all that motion for done in half, the time, you stand up over hit it and all the rest of us are thinking cheeses Christ man, you did all that for that show. Call for Jesus if you wanna sure he's going to answer you. So far you on the mashes? The first time you play at Augusta. We're just going to tell you about your career. And then you, you know, that was nice of you. Sure, we weren't. Sure. If you remember. I my memory. Don't Bill there. Uh-huh. There. He he wanted a rookie. And I wanted to rookie. Yeah. Yeah. The masters as a rookie, right? As a As rookie. a rookie surprise you. When something like that happens that no it really didn't surprise a lot of other people because I mean, you gotta name legs. Our you're always at the agency. Anyway, Dan, alphabet. So, but I was playing, you know, playing well, Johnny j when you when you're playing, well, you know, nothing surprises you he just you play the game. It's a game. We have eighteen games we play every day out there. And I played seventy two very nice games that week, and I had a caddy that kind of led me around there. When I tell people he led me around like a blind dog girl doll with seeing man. There was blind, man. He told me where to miss if I missed he said are outs to the right? And anytime I hit the green he'd already tell me where the putt was breaking. He said concentrate on the speed and Augusta's all speed, it greens are huge with that having on the bag for it. Pardon huge. Was that having kind of that that inflow I think just having to trust to having a trust and Jerry beer to trust him in his reads on especially on green because greens are unbelievably fast and her slope. They got a lot of slope to TV really doesn't do it Justice right for what? It is in real world Iliad is to go man's golf course wherever he reads. He told you where you go. Holy shit. See that pretty much..
"arnold jack" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Six times. So I think the. Overall consistency over his entire career kinda edges amount a little bit. They'll give me wrong. I think tiger is amazing player. He really is. Let me ask you this in the world. Good point. I can up trophies that sort of thing wasn't a different time. When Jack played in tiger plays. Was there was there was there because tiger plays. I'm just trying to determine the number of tournaments at the time and the number of tournaments today. Major between the two. The things that I tell and I have this. I have this argument with my twenty year old stepson all the time. But the thing to remember about Jack in his contemporaries was the fact that Jack was playing against Arnold. Jack was playing against Gary Player ended up playing against Tom Watson it later Vena. Johnny Miller lives cough. Johnny Miller all hall of famers. Now, don't get me wrong. I think a lot of these guys and in this in this youth movement are going to become hall of famers eventually, but I think the competition Jack faced was a little stiffer than tiger faced early in his career. Now nowadays tiger faces equal or better competition than he did when he was in his shoes, right? It's not the technology was different to is it possible. Jack, Jack won a major with a wooden club. Jerry did with with a wooden driver. Yeah. But, but you know, it's all the still level playing field in that regard. They had their technology. We've got more in everybody's using the technology now. So that's that's a good. This argument will go on forever, Jack or tiger. Kind of bored. Well, I'll never be decided. And if it is decided, then what you have you got nothing. Bobby on the time of Don show. Good morning. Down here around the San Antonio area fight my taxes every year. And I started the more. I started investigating that. I've found there's a board that sits over top of that appraisal often. Yeah. And stuff for that Florida's comprised them all the huge landowners in a bunch of retired teachers, I got you. I'ma. Hey, hey, Bobby. I got you. Well, we'll talk about a little bit about that. We're way over schedule here. We'll be right back. Todd John show. Inspire is a great solution for snorers out there. And if you're snoring because you have sleep apnea, and you don't want to do the c-pap route a lot of people hate C Pap, and it doesn't work for everybody can be affected. But you got that horrible mask that gives you claustrophobia a lot of people just can't do it because of that. But there's another solution, and it's called inspire in it works without a mask. It actually works inside of your body and it works along with your natural breathing process and it deliver. A mild stimulation does this all night, and it keeps your airway open, and that really takes care of you're showing right there..
"arnold jack" Discussed on No Laying Up
"Shock face i don't think i don't know if i have it but it's sitting around there so does that is it safe to say that's kind of where your golf rivalry with nick faldo started well i had a rivalry with filed oh but he didn't have a robbery with me it was a one way i should say that went you know arnold jack was a real rivalry but and i you know maybe not liking it for a long time maybe jealous or something i don't know but he didn't have much to say other than you know he walked up and said sorry about that that was it and i was like i hate that guy but i grew to love the guy yeah when we were in the broadcast but yeah he's great filed as you know he's good did you feel like you got revenge in two thousand eight inch for me all of it and i was outsmarting him you know out thinking him because we did a lot there at ryder cup you know he ended up with a like a drummer from a rock and roll band as an assistant and i got you know raymond floyd he was big influence in my career to and day stockton an all brown they're all with their little pod groups and all that so i i really outside the box thinking got our players enthused and instead of dreading the ryder cup because we keep losing sure i think they really wanted it and want to see what was all about but yeah it was a little revenge for we'll get we'll get to the writer the captaining the ryder cup but then so you missed eighty seven because you didn't attend your class that you needed to was her controversy around that or they change the rule i figured that your we'll after that it was pretty obvious we need help to get the best players hottest players in there because that was the year we lost to the internationals at hall or the europeans at home for the first time i feel and that's when i knew what ryder cup was was dancing across the green.