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"atlantic city" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

08:05 min | 5 months ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"Handsome strapping young buck sitting at the sitting at the bar. Can't be anywhere. And I order a couple of beers. Beer trail. I go. In your stat Jersey beer scene. It was like a Tinder hook up with me and John cushaw. It was hilarious. It was great. I adore it. And that's where we said 5 years. They were just recently open. Yeah. But also, little shameless plug for those guys also. They're on the bad side to bridge now. They're starting to their distributing through 31st award and I believe they are in tons of places in southeastern Pennsylvania. Made their way over to bridge. To be able to get it at some of your better bottle shops over and over to Philly. That purge is sometimes such a barrier. It's so weird. What we love it. Yeah, you guys are whatever's going on. It's very distracting. I love that. It's obvious that he's a deck and there was an arrow. No, I said, I'm on top. Okay, okay. I concur. Who'd you waste? No, I said, I said we should bother John. Got the phone number. I teed it up. I don't think we can not bother him. I don't think we can. You miss all the sports balls, you don't go after. What does that term? You miss every shot you don't take. Bring it down. That's the one. Not really going to leave a crazy message to 5 voices. It's you. Hello, hello, hello. Hello. Hello. Hello. Hi John. John, you okay? We've been trying to reach you about your car's extended warranty. Are you telling him not to answer his phone? No, he's talking to hang up and get rid of the dead air. I think it's great. I can cut this off. Your call has been forwarded to an automated voice messaging system. I want his phone number. I can cut that out. I'm the editor. I want to leave his number on the air. Who was it? And we were down with the girl that hook up. Oh, that was great. She had to get a message now to Jeff. No, no, no, no, no. AC beer fest. There was a volleyball or a beach ball blowing around with the girl's number on it. She tried to give it. She tried to give it to something dude that you wish she was trying to hook up with. She wrote on the stage. So it's bouncing around. We had Amy call. And she's like, we found your ball. Yeah. And then we find out, are you still here? And we met up there. We had kind of talked to her. I don't even know if we got her on or anything, but that was crazy. We just got some guy from some podcast soggy bread pudding or something. Soggy, what? Yeah, he sat with us. We have that clip. We have that. I think his name was rob also. Do you want to play that clip too for fun? That's a new beer name, Vic. Soggy bread pudding. Didn't we get that? I think we got it. I think we talked to him. If we have it up, he was a podcast, or he just wanted to be on a podcast to promote his podcast, which I think had 6 episodes. And done anything in half a year or. Whatever. It sounds like me. Listen, it's hard to do things. You realize going all the way back to my band aids and it's been called different things. But what is now called the lukewarm line to 672-508-2934 ever. What the hell is that? Phone number. Oh, really? They called me messages. It goes all the way back to my original band when we did our very first band demo. I've been giving out my cell phone as the information line. There was a time I've probably stopped my credit soldiers shady. But it was a time when I used to give out my social security number two. Because I used to tell people, here's the deal. Go out and get some credit cards and fix my credit. Okay. Please do me a favor. Go out and fix my credit for me. Are you having it? Are you responsible? Do you pay your bills? I literally was my line. Are you responsible? Do you pay me to do pay your bills on Facebook? Because my social security number go out and fix my credit. My gosh. By the way, I've never got any trouble. All right. Well, I think we could we hear from soggy bread. I said if I had it, I'd put it in yet. It was an insert. Check it out. Yeah, I'm not sure. I think we do have it. I'm pretty sure we do have it. So you want to give us a go to that soggy bread podcast. I think his name was rob. Hopefully. I think it was. If not, whoops. Stanley. Hey, everyone. How are you? We are here with another one of our patrons and also a podcast brethren with us. We have rob right here. Rob, tell us about you, your podcast and then we'll talk a little bit about the festival. Hey guys, it's really great to be here today. I'm having a really great time at the Atlantic City beer festival 2021. First time it's outside. So it's actually really, really exciting to be here. There's a lot of events set up outside and it's really different from being inside. It's a definite different experience altogether where you're in the sun, you're sweating. You're with your buddies, you're having a good time, but you need to get another drink now because you're not inside your outside sweat, and so you're a little dehydrated, so one thing I would tell anybody that if they came to this outside Atlantic City beer festival is that get a drink, maybe bring some pretzels, hang them around your neck because this is an event that you need to not really get drunk that quick outside. You're in the sun for two hours, you know, it's a lot to be drinking. That much beer that quick. But the Atlantic City beer festival 2021 outside is an event to behold, for sure. And I'm really excited to be with you guys and talk to you guys. I'm glad to be here soggy bread podcast host Robbie Kay. We got co host Jefferson bills is down there. We've got a nice shirt. Hey, that's Jefferson bills right there. We got skinny Tommy. He's over there with his girl. He's getting a drink. Oh, no, he's right here. Here he is, skinny Tommy. There we go. Yeah. Yeah, there they are. You know, Richard, they have nicknames. You have a lot of names. I only have one name. What's your name? Vic. Oh, I thought we had a second nickname there. We have a lot of names. We got a Vic and rich, but they can reach. He's been Richard The Mandalorian. Oh, I like that. Baby Yoda. Switch grogu squid fat. He's got a lot of different names. Hey. Hey Johnny. Johnny salkin. Now he's talking to Jerry. That's right there. This is our friend Jerry. So I wish to be back here. Do you do any radio or two? I started a radio guy, and then I got the podcasting. That was sort of the natural progression I thought. Are you a radio guy too? I'm not a radio guy. 'cause you got it down. I was real pro. Thank you. I felt like you were a radio guy. You have a radio voice. I really appreciate that guys. A lot of people have told me over my life that I should be on the radio that I should probably have a radio show of some sort. You don't, so I don't. You don't need one. You're doing right in the podcasting. I'm doing right now. Guy in radio. Don't worry about a radio show. Stay in podcasting. I just thought you really nailed it and a couple of years. Your whole intro there was so pro. I'm like, oh, this guy.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

07:53 min | 5 months ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"House, right around the corner from us right next was 13 child. Yes. For them to get there. 13 child Toms River brewing. Ross brewing. Ross brewing is here. I saw Avalon group. They're up this way, right? Yeah, Belvedere farm or something, whatever they are. I forget that's another bell haven forms, whatever they are. I don't know. That sounds like a winery. It sounds like, doesn't it? It sounds like a wine. It does sound like a winery. I happen to see the seed up there today too. Yeah. I keep hearing great things about their beer. They're the ones right in ace phenomenal. Phenomenal phenomenal being. Right, so we'll go see them. They have come see us. What are they going to have on tap here? They get their IPA they got here and I can't remember what else they had. I can't remember what I'll say out on tap there. But all the beers were good. Yeah. You know, I went there and every one of them was good. That was actually very good afternoon because we went to the sea. My wife doesn't drink beer. So we went around the corner to little water, distillery. Okay. And we had mixed drinks there, so it was. It was actually a very good day. I'm glad I wasn't driving. That was not yesterday. I know. That was a few weeks ago. Oh, nice. Very nice. That's why we love designated drivers. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Always love Dixon. Yes. Designated drivers. Or designated drunk drivers, that's what my husband is. But it happens. So Vic, what are your thoughts on this whole layout? You know what? This is so wide open. I don't know if he considered to do this in future years in future years because this isn't really a month that he always has it. Right. Normally, early spring. Or so, but this is like there are people aren't going to be crowded into each other and I said, this is really a very, very nice layout. The only thing you got to worry about all the time is the weather. Tonight, you can't control it. For tonight and tomorrow, it's supposed to be really hot, isn't it? Hot and sunny. Well, 80 and sunny. Right. It'd be great if there was clouds. And a breeze, yeah. I have a bracelet. The breeze helps. You have to make sure the breeze is going the right way. Right. So you don't get the bugs. Yeah. It's a lot of walk in. Which is fine. I mean, because then I think people won't give us drunk. As quick. You're going to be doing a lot of walking. They'll walk it off. Right. I've probably walked around the whole place twice already. I got like 7 miles on that I've walked today. So I'm definitely getting my exercise. Oh, good. Yeah, I see I'm not for exercising. And I haven't that's why you're hungry. I haven't drank any beer yet, either. I know. But now you can. But Eric just said, that's probably why you're hungry. You burned off all that? It might be. Okay, you need that protein? I need a cheesesteak. Golf date open up. He keeps eyeing him up. That's all he keeps talking about. I'm looking at the guys at vagabond and I could see them, right? I can think I can see you running through the field. To get there. Run through the field and get something to eat. You know what? I want to see Chris from shoreside brewing. Right? And one of the guys there, Mike from or show ales. He's a homebrewer from up in mammoth county. He had an uni pizza oven there. We see them? Yeah, they're a little tabletop pizza oven. I definitely. There's definitely my Christmas present. Not an easy bake. Why often a kids are always saying, what do you want for Christmas? And I said, I don't know. That's what I want. Did you text her and tell her? She's going to find out. You know what? You know what? My birthday's next month. Happy birthday. Yeah, thank you. I lost my birthday celebration because my granddaughter turns one. Oh. Like a week before. But the 13th or 14th? Mine is the 13th. Yeah, look at that. That's how I remember. That's my dad's birthday. That's right, that's right. Yeah, mine is the 13th and my son and my granddaughters is the 7th. Okay. Yep, you're out now. Well, I don't care. Honestly, I don't care. I don't blame you. Yeah, I don't really care. As long as we got that. But that's a good birthday present. I just remind. Text her right now. He's going to get it for the granddaughter. She will be able to use this. You want to just put order it yourself? You know what? The thing is, I'm going to tell her, I'm going to tell her what I want and she's going to tell me, we'll go order it. Yeah. Not wrong with that. Look, now the sun's coming out. Wow. Got bright. Yeah, what time we working on here at 6 O three? Oh, were they pouring yet? Still two hours, they'll kick off. What time is early? Is there only like 7 30 VIP? And 7 o'clock for pictures. 7 o'clock for pictures of what? You didn't get a little thingy? Well, Mike, Mike came around and gave us a thing. Oh, that's right. Where's that picture going to be? Sand castle, right? I think it's coming from the up there. I don't know. Yeah, I don't know either how they're taking it. I figured you would know. It'll be in the cup. No one ever sees me in those pictures. What's that? Let me see. Well, I can't see you. Sure. You had to get one in, didn't you? I set him up for it. He really did. No we need tasting glasses. Yeah, we don't have it. They're coming, hopefully. If not, we'll go steal them from the brewery on ten. Start. Sorry, John said he had some. Well, we'll get them from you. Yeah. That's awful to say, we're stealing from the charity ten. We're not going to steal will borrow them. Right. I'll give it back. From the charity. We'll give it back. I'll give it back to you after I'm done. Exactly. I'll give you a dollar for it. How much for that $1? We got to wrap it up. I got to wrap it up sign there. We might be on to some beer. From the manager, apparently. All right, this is the pregame before the pregame. Before the game. Before the game. The director should have wrapped it up. Okay. All right. Cheek. Chop chop. Cheers. Cheers. It was certainly a pleasure. Sitting with the rest of rob's team. Not necessarily rob. But sitting with the rest of the team, it certainly was a pleasure. Do you get the impression that he said it before? And I sort of feel a kinship with Amy on that show. Amy's the one on that show who asked the ridiculous questions like I do. And I'm certainly not the beer person. I don't know about beer. I like beer, but I don't know anything about beer. The problem is she's becoming a beer person. She drinks her beer. She knows her beer. She's just like me. She grew up. Yeah, she grew into it. Right. We have to find somebody else that doesn't really know beer that we can teach beer to. She still has some dumb questions though. She's not out of the dumb question word yet. It's not over. I.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

08:12 min | 5 months ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"Eric Orlando probably was part of it too from the other brewers association in New Jersey, but allowing New Jersey breweries to do home deliveries direct to consumer deliveries is what saved. New Jersey. If fans are butts about it, if we weren't able to do that, most of the breweries that you're seeing here in Atlantic City beer festival would not be right. Are you still able to do that? Yeah. There's still letting us do it. We're not Arbery pretty much cut it out. Okay. There are definitely a lot of brewers that are still taking advantage. It also helped a lot of consumers find you. Right. Yeah, I was going to say, can you pick up beer at your brewery? All of a sudden, people are stuck at home for two months and they will shit, where am I going to get beer? I'm sorry, am I allowed to curse? Thank you. It's going to get damaged. You guys saw a number call somebody. But no, it was people they were stuck at home. They had nothing. So they were looking for places delivering food, but they're also looking for places to deliver alcohol. And all of a sudden they're like, oh shit, we didn't know two miles away. There's a roof, 5 miles away. 20 mile. We didn't know in New Jersey. There's a brewery making gluten free beer, you know what I'm saying? Yeah. It exposed us all to more consumers, and this rain is coming. It's often the distance. Yeah, that looks like it's off in the distance coming this way. Amy checked the radar. Just a little wet. Right as the gate's open. Yeah. Oh yeah, all the people standing in line. Yeah. Welcome VIPs. Here's a towel. Yeah, you got a shower with your with your beer. Mother nature brought a special gift just for you. Yeah. And all day long it looked like it was going to be early and out in time. And now it's a small at least when I looked it was a small band, so hopefully it's in and out. Right. Yeah. Yeah, here it is. Up, up by Arbery today. It was hailing. Was it really? Yeah, it got hit really, really bad in north Jersey. Yeah. It's raining. It's here. There you go. It's coming across the field. Barely though. We're barely at least we're on the outskirts. Yeah, let's go get wet. And I don't have any beer. Wait, we got next door. Exactly. 13 child. They didn't have that wall right there. And we can roll that up. The podcast, and it's going to get busy because it's like a bigger tent. People are going to start coming in. Actually, they're starting to look, wait, they're starting to find seek shelter. They wouldn't stay here. Thanks, mother nature. All right, Brian, we're done with you bye. Send him out The Rain. Make sure that they're all right. The dragon might melt in The Rain. I don't know how that works. He's probably the driest. Sorry, I was just Kevin. He's actually going to become a co host now. It's actually a really cool. If you look down the runway here, you can see The Rain coming out of that. It's following that forklift. Pretty hard. They're getting hit hard down there. Oh boy. Yeah, look at them all scatter. Yeah. Yep. It's coming. It's coming. Yeah. He's not fast enough. He's not outrunning this. Got delivered to beer though. Yeah. And the ice. The ice. I know some of them are waiting for it. Here he comes. Why don't they get dry ice? Yeah. Instead of regular rice. People hurt themselves on it. Beer kit. Remember? Yeah. I forgot. We did that one time. We went camping and my husband got the dry ice and the beer. Like really bad. Like the cans like busted as awesome. No, God, I was only what Miller lite. It was fine. It goes back to water again. It was fine. This is great. You can actually hear it. Picking up on the mics. Well, I guess nobody stand in line. I think VIP seen that real quick. Oh boy. It's not stopping the seagulls though. There goes the cake. Wow. This is great people watching. Get a play by blood. This is like now you know why we were just talking about beer and then all of a sudden these are our squirrels. Yep. Oh my God, look at it down there and there's two people just walking right down the middle. That's gonna be me and a couple. Now you can stay. We'll let you stay. Hey, we can always walk over to 13 child and get a beard. Yeah. Now, do you have to drink gluten free beer? I do not know. The difference, I think, between oh, he dropped another keg, man, this guy struggling. Slippery. Slippery. No, no, but our goal with our gluten free beer is to make it taste like traditional. Okay. So do you drink it though? I do, yeah. And actually, we just hosted, I guess it was about a week and a half ago. We hosted a women in brewing panel at our brewery. Everyone, all of my full-time employees are men, but with everything going on in the brewing industry. I felt important to bring in some of my friends from the industry. To sort of educate my staff a little bit, you can see the stuff on Instagram. You can hear the stuff in the news. But to hear firsthand and Lexus was one of the cities from the elephant. Yes. Brie from siegmeister came in. We had some women from other breweries to show up and hang out. And it was really cool. It was very rewarding that we had just put out a gluten free Polish and they kicked the cake. You know, the goal to go with all those beers for us is that they taste just like any beer. Okay. Pre COVID, the way our flights worked at our brewery was you got your plate and when you brought the board back up with the glasses intact. Which was always a big problem with getting the glass back. Our plates were on skateboards, so they tended to roll away. But we get a pint of whatever they want, and very often people would be like, yeah, I just don't give me any gluten free shit. Ever had any of our gluten free beer. No, you haven't. So how about you let us make your flight? We'll put one gluten free beer on there and hey, if you don't like one of these beers and it ends up being the gluten free beer. We'll switch it out for whatever you want. Okay. And it was always the most rewarding to us when they come back and they ask for the beer. Not knowing it was gluten free. Yeah, sucker. We thought you something. Yeah. Learn. We've been fortunate. We've won a lot of medals. We want to roll beer cut metal best two best of craft beer awards. We want a medal here at ACP. The last time we were here, so we really strive for it to be, you know, beer flavored beer. Okay. The gluten free malt, and options for ingredients have changed. So much, even in just the 6 years we've been open. You're not just using sorghum anymore. Not just using sugar. You're using millet, quinoa, gluten free oats, buckwheat, gluten free, malted rice. Ironically, there's an amazing malthouse in Colorado called grouse. Grouse small house. They 100% dedicated gluten free and all House, but the lady who owns it. Her last name is souls, spelled exactly like her brewery. So we send the murder. Every time I get new shirts made up, I'm like, you get a new soul shirt. That's great. We're really proud of it. I think our staff really embraces it. We do have gluten free people on staff. Okay. Which is great, but it's something that that means a ton to me. I wouldn't give it up if.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

08:19 min | 5 months ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"Is our and a lager. We have a lot of smoke to be heavy actually. We have it, so I'm a little different. Yeah, yeah. You had me at sour. Sour beer. It's a dragon fruit and milk sugar sour. Pours nice neon pink. We have a guy, I don't know where he is right now, and I'm shocked that I don't see him walking around in a neon green dragon. I saw him. Yeah, I saw him. I was wondering what he was doing, but I was like, yeah. And then his wife showed up and he got put back in the face. It's one of the things that you see and you're not far enough along to double take and you looked and somebody's. Department souls we live without borders. You know what? Three hours from now once there's people in here and everyone's been drinking, you're going to be like, yeah, neon dragon. Yeah, just makes sense. We just wanted to be the first. Where's the other? We don't need to be drinking a dress stupid. Gotta love it. So where are you at in relation to relationship to where we're at? So where are you guys are at? I'm at your about 4 o'clock. If you're staring at the stage where everyone's going to be playing. Okay. We are the first tent to the right of the stage of the state. Okay. All right. It's a neon green tent to match our neon green dragon and my knee on Greek church. There you go. I see a theme. It's a problem. I just like to be seen. I see the theme I'm not as dumb as I look in. Well, yeah. I'm not saying anything. How's my voice holding up? Coming back. Isn't it? A little bit. More a couple more beers. That was just going to say, yeah. That's what it is. And they say, don't drink alcohol. I'm telling you, listen, that's the last time I can't believe it. Yeah. Now you guys have an awesome little set up here in your nook. Who are you excited to try in your area over here? Actually, the people from up north Ross brewing, I'd like to try them. Did you call Ross brewing up north? Well, to us. We're going by the whole New Jersey. We can do it in a whole episode on central Jersey. That'll be something. We just go by the mason Dixon lines. I can't get there. Did you grow up and did you grow up in central Jersey? I grew up in what I would call central Jersey, east Brunswick, so just south of wreckers. Middle sex county, middles in the neighborhood. You wouldn't do that if it wasn't if it wasn't central. Central sex. But that might depend on you. That doesn't sound right. I think the storm is going to pass. I'm so excited. I have all those clouds over there. But yeah, yeah. It looks pretty good. A couple lightning bolts and some thunder and pretty good and everybody standing out in the middle of the field. So we're in this metal tent. Yeah. The police are still in their sky rise Y thing. So if they're up in that, then we're fine. There's not cops up there, is there? Yeah. Surveillance. I didn't know there were people up there. I think so. Yeah. I thought it was just cameras. No, there's got to be good. I think there's congratulations. I'm going to go with Amy on this one. I think you don't think there's people? How'd they get up there? They lowered down. Yeah, I know but how far down they still got to climb up. It's the lowers like a boom lift. Yeah, I know. So you think they drive around with it up all that way? No, I think it's just computers. I think it's all police station. Police headquarters on the cameras. Yeah, that's how I'm thinking. We bet on this? No, I'm not a bad one. Good. Thank God. And a little shot of beer. Little shot of beer to wash it down with. That guy walking past there. He looks like he's a brewer. Yeah. He's got a beard. He did the beard. It's the beard. The waterproof boots. To me, it was the beard. I'm thinking the beard. He looks like a bro it's amazing how you typecast. He's like, he's got to be a ruhr. That's one of the best parts about the New Jersey brewing scene, though, is that we have an incredibly incredibly diverse brewing scene here. Oh, you do. Between the women that are here and the guys, the different guys and where they come from and how they got their start. Here in Atlantic City, you got to see that just opened up less than a year ago, I think. Amanda and John, both phenomenal brewers, but go up north by SEO. Elementary brewery owned by LGBTQ+ people. You have veteran owned in Jersey, female owned in Jersey, female brood, male brood. We cross every box, I think in Jersey, which is really cool. When we open, there was I think we're number 16 in Jersey. I think we're around one 60 now. Wow. It's been really, really cool to be a part of. So you've been open a while. Two weeks, two weeks from now, we hit 6 years of distributing our first. Okay. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Hold on. Okay. So 6 years ago? 6 years ago. And you were number 16? I believe we were number 16. In the state. 2015. Well, I'm just saying. So we've been doing this for four years. And we started, what did you have? Like 80. It was on the books. That's a lot. Very short amount of time. I mean, when the state of New Jersey changed the tasting room, laws and the self distribution laws. It was sort of like the box, the bomb went off. The boss got a Pandora's box was open and all these home brewers and brewers or people that have been working at other breweries that have dreamt of opening their own place, but the numbers didn't make sense. The finances didn't make sense to do it. All of a sudden when that box opened and all of a sudden you can come to a New Jersey tasting room and have a flight by a case of beer to go. Spend an afternoon drinking pints with your Friends. That changed everything for us. And the New Jersey ABC has been incredibly incredibly good to breweries over the last 5, 6 years. We still have a long way to go. They've worked with us, which is awesome. That's a lot. That's awesome. Yeah, it is. It is. Like you said, diversity and diversity of people going to breweries is amazing. It's been embraced by so many people. And the explosion of how many that there are now. In those years, all those breweries came in. And all the bars and restaurants have really, you know, we used to be such a stronghold for distributors and pay to play and all that. Right. And seeing the bars and restaurants really turned to local crafts supporting local craft has been really cool. We're seeing it now as we were starting to come out of the COVID. Pandemic bars are a 100% now if they want to be everyone was begging pleading, sport local to help us get through. 14 months ago. Right. And you're seeing them now in turn support local too. You know, the bars and restaurants are buying local beer. We spent some time at chicken peaks down here in Atlantic City. Tennessee avenue beer hall. Wing craft. And all of them have just really embraced the New Jersey beer scene, and that's we don't exist if it wasn't for them. If your customers demand it or your customers say, hey, I can go have a sandwich and drink one of my favorite craft beers. Why not? Get some flavor. Yeah, get some flavoring. Yeah, good. Put some other light on. But I think that's the one thing to pandemic did was local local local support. You had to know you had to support local because you're all into this together. And locally, you did it together. Yeah, you know, I think the home delivery thing that New Jersey allowed very quickly. I would say within about a month of the shutdown, and Alexis dean, who's left our way right now, this is a part of that. Jim Graziano for the New Jersey brewers association. I know.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

06:26 min | 5 months ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The South Jersey Beer Scene Podcast

"Such as. Good evening good morning good afternoon, everyone. This is Vic from Vick's basement broke ass and we are not here on video on YouTube. Well, maybe we are. I don't know, maybe you are, maybe we aren't. Are we Robert? No, you're not on it. We're not. I'm not on video? No. Why? You're on video, but you're not. I'm not gonna be uploaded. Oh, okay. This is just practice. We are back to old school days. We're audio, we're here in the basement. Rob towi first time in the basement here in many years. Two or three. Two or three representing a representing Jersey beer guys. And a girl. And a girl, bob is here. Of course, the voice, the voice you heard, is, is my brother from another planet. Richard Richard Robert. Hello. And this is like a. Nightmare. This is a triple podcast for all of you because not only do we have vix based represented and Jersey beer guys. Represented, but we have Alexis from Alexis drinks. Hey guys. My podcast partner from south Jersey beer scene. Alexis first time in the basement. Welcome. Thank you. This has been glorious already. I feel bad for everyone who didn't hear what was going on. Well, that's why we told you you had to be quiet. That's why Richard said, save it for the show. And we have mister Kevin Riley O'Reilly. So it's my first time here. I don't know when they're going to start sacrificing virgins. We better be prepared. Richard Brown here. Kevin has a glorious glorious beard. His hair is nice and comb back, but his beard looks like it's wild and untamed. It's like that on my back also. People can sit here. I don't want to walk around my shirt off. We just think it's a sweater. Well, he's got a very good axeman lumberjack. I do like the brony guy. We're going to wheel it back in because I know all the people out there don't want to hear all of us talking nonsense. We did have the reason we're here is there was a little festival last year. In the summertime, the beginning of June. In Atlantic City, first time outside. There are some technical difficulties. So a lot of what we had in that in those shows that we recorded. So through the magic of technology, Richard was able to put together a lot of the guests recordings and rants that we had. That's what these few shows were going to have. We're going to have about that AC beer fest. That's why rob gratefully consented to come down here and join us on this show. You offered me food and in fact I went for the food. By the way, I have to tell you, rob looks very, very good in my wife's eyeglasses. They look very good on them. I think tortoiseshell tortoiseshell is your color. They're all stretched out now. I can wear them then though, because my head is so big anyway. Someone's got to be. Someone's got to be. We talked about rob about his eyewear. Before we get started talking about Atlantic City, this is actually my first time with Alexis as a guest on here. She co hosted somebody Atlantic City shows with me. Very interesting genealogy. That we were discussing beforehand. What did your family do with making and why? Was that Abraham Lincoln, we were talking about, was that another thing? I know, it was Abraham Lincoln. Okay. So back in the day, Abraham Lincoln was born on a farm in Kentucky. And he was born in Kentucky on the farm. His father, according to family lore. Based on a bunch of liars. But they couldn't pay their rent. My family kicked Abraham Lincoln's family off our land. And that's why he moved from Kentucky to Illinois from a border state to a northern state. So you're welcome America. Yes. Because everyone's raised in Illinois, but he was born in a log cabin in Kentucky on my family's farm, which we then dedicated to the state of Kentucky. My dad took me through and he's like, this used to be our land. One acre that still was our land. And he's like, this is where we live now. We don't live there. We had tenant farmers. There are two wild. Anyway, fast forward to the night of Abraham Lincoln's death. John Wilkes booth kills the man, jumps off the fourth theater, breaks his ankle, is found in the country home of a doctor. Samuel mud? Cousins to the same family that kicked off Abraham Lincoln in the first place. Sorry, America. And that is the end of this episode. This episode of 23andMe. Thank you. Goodbye. Again, this episode of drunk history. That's great. Now let's get to let's get to Atlantic City beer fest now. Now one of the first guests that we have on Alexis Saturn, because Richard had to work and make money or something like that. Not degenerates like me though. Richard Richards old board is like a big, huge board and there's a lot of buttons on it now. Our first guest was Brian from departed soul. The party souls actually collaborated. Beer fest..

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NJ State Sen. Ed Durr: New Jersey Voted Blue but the State Is Not Blue

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 6 months ago

NJ State Sen. Ed Durr: New Jersey Voted Blue but the State Is Not Blue

"So as a guy who's very familiar with New Jersey politics it's a state that's trended pretty far left over the years not as much as New York but not that far behind And do you sense a change on the ground center You sense a change on the ground now given how close the gubernatorial election was with Phil Murphy where he barely barely won that election You sense the tide turning is that the parents and the schools the school stuff the mandates I mean your thoughts being there and living it now almost full time Well yeah absolutely the tide has changed but I do want to just point out you said it was a very deep blue state We voted blue but I don't feel the state is blue I think we're kind of more of a purplish almost a red slant because if you really look at where the boats come from it's on the 95 corridor and it's usually the big cities that are blue while the outskirts are red But yeah the tide is definitely changing we have seen the anger in the parents especially with the mask and the schools When governor Murphy had closed our schools his master children but then you see the hypocrisy I'll just give you a point of reference right after the election They have a thing called the league of municipalities that meets down in Atlantic City after every election And I went down there you know everybody wanted to meet me which this is part of the thing that I didn't expect the fanfare about my win But when we went down there oh I was arm in arm and with Democrats too So the hypocrisy of them forcing children to wear masks who are the least vulnerable as we both know But then turn around and run around arm and arm and know wearing no mask So you know it's all about politics

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David Friedman's Relationship With Trump Was 'Forged for a Reason'

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:35 min | 6 months ago

David Friedman's Relationship With Trump Was 'Forged for a Reason'

"Will you tell us your personal history with mister Donald Trump before he became candidate and president because you've known the man for quite some time so give us a little bit of a potted story about who David Friedman in Friedman is and how you have known Donald Trump over the years. Well, I practiced law for about 35 years and during those years, I came to represent Donald Trump on occasion, not often, but some of the more high profile cases that he was involved in, particular the Atlantic City casinos that went into bankruptcy. I should say that I pour this out in my book. People accuse him of not having good business skills because of what happened Atlantic City. There's not a single person who made money in Atlantic City. I mean, it's not a single hotel. That was profit Atlantic City. It's not a single hotel that didn't go bankrupt. Analytics cities. So it just was an impossible place to make any money. But so I got to know him there. I had some successes with him that I have to tell you we're really improbable. You know, I was a good lawyer, but, you know, I don't think I was that good a lawyer. And I really had great successes. And so at the time when I was happy to be successful and I was happy that I had a good relationship with him and we forced a friendship that lasted many years, but looking back on it now 20 years afterwards, I really feel that, you know, I'm a religious person on the son of a rabbi. And I really feel that some of this some of this relationship was being forged for a reason.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

08:23 min | 10 months ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

"She can do it. She was very nervous. Guys he was very nervous that she would be slow and get swept up by the trolley. If you're not fast enough off of the course that never came before wishing. I told her. I wasn't going to happen. You follow what we talk until you tell you about. You'll be back on the boardwalk. It takes you eight miles to get back onto the boardwalk by the way so she ran news. Eight miles never got swept up. And when i went back to go get her come. I've somehow we pass each other. What i do is i run my race and i am once recover. I go back to get the members and she She was how. How can i put it. She was she went past each other. Somehow so i called her on a phone. Where are you at. I'm coming to get you. See the bridge and i knew if she saw the brigden. She's behind me so i went to go back to. The bridge is by the star and the finish line. So i'm thinking not. She is just now moving away from the start in line. You know what i mean like. We have to cross the start line. Go a couple of miles out and then have to turn around to go to the finish line. So when she says she saw the bridge but she didn't see the You know the finish line. I was like oh. She's heading in my direction. So i turned around. She was like oh now. I see the finish line sheet in sheet on flew through that thing guys so proud of ellen murphy thank you so much for signing up to our online coaching and taking this on meeting us we actually allen stayed the weekend at bally's that's where the race was and we went to breakfast. Lisa diaz brian. Melissa myself and ellen. We all went to breakfast and had a good time at if you ever come to atlantic city to this marathon you want to go to gilchrist's amazing food amazing food. What else can i say guys. Jamie burke crossed us. She took like fourteen minutes off of our time or something crazy she was. She's been training hard working like a beast Doing these different drills and making sure that that she is going to turn the best time and boy did she ever. What an amazing job Matt airs shot out the hem his very first very first half marathon. He was going for under two hours on the first try to do was out here monster in his workouts. He turned in six twenty nine mile leading up to the half marathon. And guess what he did or raise day. He did a two hour and thirty eight seconds. He was so close so close to doing that. Two hours but guess what baby. That's what gives you the motivation for the next time. Keep focus qian right. Keep training keep going to the gym. Another reason why. I i wanted to get my strength. Training back into the routine is because matt was going to the gym five. Am i don't have time to go to the gym. Or i don't choose to go to the gym rather do some workouts at home and You know working with mushroom training. So that i can power through even stronger the next time but matt gave me that motivation man. He was out there killing it on his very first. Try got two hours and thirty. Eight seconds Let's go to meredith. Hamlet enorm- mccoy. Let me tell you something. I love how mariners shows up for herself. She's very busy. Mother wife you know kids and swimming and everything like that. Sometimes she can't always come out to train is with us. But i'll tell you something when she shows up to a race he's always looking to inspire always looking to motivate whatever member needs. How getting through that race and my boy norm and mirror. They ran side by side and afterwards when me enormous chilling having our beer stuff he was saying look you know i may not have gotten through this without meredith so shots both them love them very much awesome. Runners love the program. Because you have people like that that is always there ready to support each other and I'm proud of both of them. And now let me go to let let me give a shout out to jean burke. She showed up on sunday to do the ten k. Why i told you earlier because she could not make it on saturday because she had to work so she ten cages wasn't on but she went out and she did her own thing. She earned her triple triple threat metal. Jim burke mother of two single mother of two out here come into trainers every tuesday every thursday during the best candidate her workouts in on the weekend and showed up for herself. What a example. She's only law during the day. But that didn't stop her. She walked out. Did her thing shot out to jean. Burke love it love it love it. what can i say chris. Ballard showed up. She was like one of the first members. Show up you know. We had matenaer. We ellen but chris she was there as she always says staple of the organization smile on her face. Raider role Mother of three of four you know teenage triplets at home older son out the how but she just she just shows us what we're capable of with determination and she always she kept telling me roman smile put a smile on so much cheeks was hurting because i kept practicing smell but i never saw because we both were doing our own thing. So awesome job. Chris ballard but you know she she. She didn't come by herself. Her accountability partner katie showed up in balled out. I mean ran her heart out as well but i call them the three amigos because chris. Katie wasn't by themselves at least keating and let me tell you something. The pitchers of these three are phenomenal. They came across the finish line. All you know three of them holding hands putting their hands up so the the finishing photos was awesome speaking of finishing photos. Not only the craig helped me run my fastest half-marathon but i also had energy at the end to do a jump super jump for the foul for the photo as i come across the finish line. I jumped have on both arms up knees. Talk super high. Jump diane from the mike and diane show she was like oh how you feel it. You know what i mean. I was like i feel good so it was. It was high. It was real high. And then the sea that chris. Katie and lisa. Kaeding come across hands up. They were feeling super good. I loved it. Loved it litter. Let's go to leonard and last but not least we're gonna talk about leonard and marla. Okay rosenthal we had them on the podcast. These this couple is amazing. As i mean this has been doing triathlons Marla started when i say triathlons. She's as she's calls it. She labels it sprint marathon so it's a sprint marathon. Where most of. Its swimming a lot of bike in a three mile. Run so that's that's a sprint marathon. But so i. I go to give everybody lenders already. Coming back chris. Ballard was right behind him not too far behind him and then I saw meredith enor- day came through It took me a little while to recover. I'm not gonna lie to you. I gave it all my i. I had that day and took me a while. Had a ice tea. Get some sugar system. And i had to sit down for a while. I went and got my backpack. Because that's where my phone was. I put the bag on everything. And then i sat down. I needed help getting back up. So i was exhausted so by the time i went to go. Get some people I started seeing people coming in our members coming in so then i went out and search for more so it was nice man. I got a chance to run with more like a mile back to the finish line and we got a chance to get some sound now. The first set of sounds that i played was lisa. Divas and The south threes as they were starting to race while this particular sounded. I'm about to play is of Marla and lender after the race. Let's let's let's get a listen to.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

08:06 min | 10 months ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

"Thirty five years that one the reason why he stopped running because he put so much emphasis in being the best of the best and when his best wasn't good enough when that particular day it crushed him and so he tells the story that he was obsessed with running right and when he gave up running then he believes that his new obsession became writing books which was a good thing but thirty five years later he had got invited to a running group and he shows up and immediately. He could tell that they weren't the type of runners that he used to run with in school and so he started criticizing and started to Talk to them about their form and breathing and things like that and when he went home he said to himself. Why would i wanna go back there. These guys ain't rule runners and so he got invited to come back so he did and he just saw so much joy in happiness in the group members so the next time he went back he started at contemplating started thinking to himself that he deprived himself the joy running just because he wasn't elite and what he found that that running group he found a bunch of people. That's just happy to be out there. And what he realized was this and this is a message for all of us listening. He said to himself. Why put myself in a category where. I'm only happy if i'm winning races. That's a select few. That are the elite ladies. And gentlemen. When i went out for this atlantic city marathon. Do you know how many people when you show up that. Do not win the race now. We're not talking about you. Know should just go and and not try to improve. But there's people that super happy because they are in that top ten percent winning the races or you know Finishing what a good time. But there's also a major portion of people who just are smiling at the back at arrays. Because that was their first one or maybe it was their fifty first one and they don't care about their time they're just happy and joyful that running gives this this outlet to them and so i loved it so much. I didn't tell you guys why. I wanted to look into apple fitness or some type of Workout like that I wanted to i. I did very well at my Half-marathon actually crossed another personal best Never claimed to be the fastest guy. World took me a long time to get a sub to our half marathon and But once i did in twenty twenty. So far i've been getting. Pr's every time out. In april i did one hour and fifty eight minutes on the dot in zero zero seconds and this time around i was going for one hour and fifty seven minutes even or one hour fifty seven thirty somewhere around that and I ended up getting one hour fifty six minutes and thirty six seconds. Something like that so while beyond my expectations and one of the reasons why is. I want to start transitioning to the amazing stuff that happened at lengthy marathon guys I got the on friday to pick up my race. Packet as i do and i got a chance to talk to crag disentis right. He was the pacer told him what pays i wanted to get He suggested that. I run with him at For he was the pacer for the full marathoners but at this particular race half marathoners run with him and then at the turnaround point and while eleven. You're on your own. go take off. He you know he guided you up to that point. Pastry very nicer. I'll be quite a series listening to my conversation. Sorry about that So it was a challenge. Wanted to you know. I've always had trouble of myself. Because i get so excited. I just want to go out there. And i wanna go hard and then i end up paying the price later on and i know better but it's still a challenge to get your emotions under control right so the heart rate training has helped me with that to a degree but when i was running with the pacer k. there was times when I wanted to pass them but due to Past you know situation. Is this playing out. In the past. Where i passed the pacer and then he ends up passing me a mountain lesson i had to. I had this sock it up. And just like stay with 'em stay with them and then they were when he went up a little bit ahead when we when we went up bridges and stuff like that and i started to fall behind so then the danger was should. I sprint to go catch him. But what if i sprint to go catch him then i might run out of gas and he may pull away forever so i told myself to be patient. Be patient. close the gap slowly. We worked our way back to each other and then in malton That was my time to feel like all right. This is the last five k. of a half marathon is not for me to go into five k. Mood and i had the energy. Because i pace myself shut out to craig. Dissenters the pacer and Probably didn't leave him until mountaineering. A quarter mile ten and a half. I started making my move. And i started going and i was so happy and thankful for him because he was an amazing pacer and afterwards they had everyone got free beer or something and then like there was a nice bar area. That you chill that you got some pasta. They was giving away free pasta a couple of the a beer and everything like that and when he walked in me. And my my buddy norm who is a member who crosses half marathon as well I'm gonna shot all these amazing people that did the half marathon with the key. Run to the best program In a second. But craig was gracious enough to come sit down. We were just chopping it up. So many people kept coming up to him saying. Thank you. So much for this pacing I got my personal best today. And i just tap normally. I say you see that you know you see what's going on there. He had That's what it's all about right there being able to get those thank yous and It was amazing. You know craig. Craig let us up on something his like. He doesn't drink any alcohol Thirty days before pacing arrays. And then afterwards he gets one little shot or something something and take the edge off and Such an amazing job craig. Thank you so much for your time and your expertise and such a great runner historian. I wish i could bring him on a podcast. Maybe one day. That's the story that i could bring on a podcast and just real quick He's only he took up running at forty nine years old and he was two hundred pounds and within three months he lost fifty pounds and then he turned around and his been able to maintain a fifty pound weight loss ever since for like the last six years so shout out to him and now he's out here pace and people a such an amazing story and i would love to bring them on one day so once.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

08:05 min | 10 months ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on Keep Calm And Run To The Best You (The Podcast)

"There for for everyone as well and so. This is something that. I've been working on for a little bit now. We're still hammering out the details. But like i said if you wanna get started right now all you gotta do is head to the show notes and fill out that that questionnaire connect with me and we can even do one one call. It's free to get on the call to go over your goals and see if this is right for you and then on january third. I'll be kicking off a major kickoff. For this thing ends gins many people on that call as possible to start changing lives in twenty twenty two ambience. I have a mentor. That talks about making a generational impact because if we can help one parent who in turn helps their child who went help their child. That's generational impact right there right. So let's take that first step. Don't waste another day of your life go to the show notes. Let's let's get this thing crank down. I love what i do. I love helping people out and taking my knowledge my experience some things that i've gone through times when i neglected some of these four habits these four aspects. I've been through. I've been to a lot of stuff. That maybe i don't talk about to my clients where things like that but you know. I've gone through times when i let my spiritual health go. I been through divorce. Had the sharp saw had to get myself back up again. All right and i've been studying in. Studying is studying in connecting with good people like the coal from the clean organization. I'm very excited about the partnerships and the things that we have going forward in twenty twenty two and i want to be right next to you and helping you with your goals. So at this time we'll take another break. And when i come back i have two things over the atlantic city marathon series all the greatness that happened in the month of october with our current keep conroy to the best you members and have a story to tell that i heard on a walk with the apple apple fitness plus app. They're not a sponsor. But i gotta give that shot out because i found and i want to share my findings with you so let me take a break. I'll be right back a guys. I wanted to take a moment to tell you. About thrive market. It's an online service that will deliver straight to your door nutrition based on your dietary needs. So if you're kito quixote snacks if you like whole thirty they have full thirty approved salad dressings and ketchups and things of that nature. Being that i try to keep my nutrition real if i go to the supermarket and look for salad dressing. It's going have all sorts ingredients that i can't pronounce as well as sugar high. Fructose corn serbs soy as the main ingredients. You can avoid that by making salad dressing yourself. However that can get a little boring but primal kitchen which is one of the thrive markets foods. They have some of the most amazing delicious salad. Dressings made with organic avocado oil and nice. Natural herbs and spices entity solid dressing. You can get thousand allen solid wrestling. What i love is the catch up the catcher delicious. I actually take it out to restaurants with me. Because it doesn't have all that stuff that i mentioned like high fructose corn syrup and things like that so if you're ready to take your health to the next level and you want good wholesome snacks and dressings for your foods. Order from thrive in the description. I will leave a link to thrive. You'll get twenty five dollars off your first purchase. Okay welcome back. we've got so much to get into. I missed you guys so much. Cover from the month of october and i promise you i'm going to get into the celebrations and take us into the atlantic city half marathon a first guys holding his book right now. Listen to this is three hundred page book by world renown author malcolm glad. Well i never read. This book called david and goliath underdogs misfits and the art of battling giants. And i went to the library to actually pick this book. But let me tell you why so. I'm not sure if i'm going to read this or not. But i wanted to to get my hands on a copy of a malcolm gladwin book in the most of october. After i completed my half marathon. I was looking into different workouts. Like the peleton. I was looking into Apple fitness plus. I decided to download apple. Finish since i have iphone ipad and all that good stuff and i just wanted to try it out right. I was looking at tone was well. But that's that's down the road as future potentially so the most inexpensive thing was a thirty day free trial to athens plus and you know you guys know that i have my walker run a mile a day streak so Nice feature with the apple. Watch and apple fitness plus. Is this a thing called. Walk with me and i walked with. Nba future hall of famer on carmelo. Anthony it was so cool because you can hear the his sneakers as walking in a gravel. And you could hear the wind blowing and the birds chirpin and he's telling you a story of his childhood and where he was raised and talking about his father who was murdered it was it was just really cool to listen to the story so Over the weekend. I decided to listen to another one and it was malcolm. Glad well guys. He told the story of walking at a very young age that used to love walking all over to police and one of the places they he will walk daily and bring his son with them and one of the places where he used to walk was to church on sundays so like a three mile walk in is that it was a fast walker so he always had to keep up with him and he looks back at that time and thanks to himself like wow. I can't believe my father put that much. trust me. that can actually keep up with them. He was a fast walker. Made me hustle all the time. Well fast four until he's in like junior high or high school and he becomes like this really awesome runner. He was a an an elite runner. When you think about it and he tells the story like if you were playing pickup basketball and lebron james showed up to the basketball court. Even if you did not know who lebron james words within five minutes you would know that he's on a different level and that's the way malcolm glad described himself as a runner and so he's smashing records and stuff at the school. He's doing very well winning all kinds of races and one day in the spring he. He hurt his ankle. Had to take some time to recover gets back into the running. And he's at a race and he's fallen a little bit behind and he digs deep and and catches up to the runner in front of him and he side by side with this guy when the guide just put on the jets and left malcolm glad well behind and guess what malcolm glad wilton that crushed him so much that he stopped running for.

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 Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 10 months ago

Artist sues newly freed Bill Cosby over 1990 hotel encounter

"A prominent accuser is suing Bill Cosby Lili Bernard says she filed suit against Cosby before new Jersey's two year window to file older sexual assault claims expires she claims he raped her in nineteen ninety in an Atlantic city hotel room Bernard tells the AP she was prompted in part by bill Cosby's recent release from prison after the Pennsylvania Supreme Court overturned his twenty eighteen sexual assault conviction on procedural grounds when the justice system fails survivors of sexual assault that

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How Casino 'Game Protection' Has Changed Over the Years

House of Cards

03:13 min | 1 year ago

How Casino 'Game Protection' Has Changed Over the Years

"Those you just joining us. I am talking with south. He asante founder and president of universal game protection development and remember to check out his website at universal game protection dot com. I love the stories of how you learn your trade. And and and how it you know. Evolving and i grew up in new jersey and i've seen atlantic city in the casinos. And how the evolved and how these changed from the outside but in your opinion how has the casino business changed from when you first started working in casinos especially with regard to gain protection. Oh my god. It changed drastically when let's face it. Atlantic city had the most stringent rules. You can imagine. I mean when you were you any gaming school you to get the new jersey gaming control commission permission and moved to table. I mean that's a little overkill but they were so strict when you will you opening up a can of worms here when you were a dealer you had to do six you had to go to do jersey accredited school and then when you graduate school. You auditioned as you were dealer. You were black and whites black shirt. Black pants white shirt and you went to an audition for your instructor if you passed addition. Then you've got you're doing then you go to jersey gaming control you gave me license and you know you'll license we'll say. Let's say for instance. Bjp look blackjack dealer. Then you go to apply for a job where you apply for a job. They they capitalized game wants to do is elisa was only watching. Four games watches you deal and then he she will say okay. Now you're good. You could deal now. You must deal eight hundred hours of four. You're allowed to become a supervisor. Anthea deal eight hundred hours. Meaning you know you have enough hours in that game now. You could deal now. You become a supervisor. Now you go back to the gaming commission you pay another fifty dollars the upgrade now. You licensed says bj supervisor and that's all you're allowed to do is to deal that supervised blackjack only now. You wanna learn craps. They go back to the school three months dealing course and now you know craps there you go back to the license and your dealer so now you'll licenses blackjacks. Supervisor feeler and that was what every game you so people were licenses that look like of honors. One would say blackjack pit bull crap. Box person. rule that dealer and the only physicians they were allowed and we supervise. You'll washed four games today. It is a joke today. You apply for a job. They bring you into a room. They asked you to do a hula-hoop they actually found to feature ball what get on stage until jokes and human resource additions. You and then you get the job at the dealer and then we become a supervisor to deregulate. One person who watch games and some places more so gave protection has definitely taken a backseat.

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Affordable Housing Could Be Hit Hard as Seas Rise

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Affordable Housing Could Be Hit Hard as Seas Rise

"Sea levels rise. Flooding threatens many homes near the coast and as the problem gets worse people living in affordable housing could be hit. Hard ben strauss's chief scientist at climate central a nonprofit research organization. His team analyze the inventory of subsidized and low rent housing units in coastal communities around the united states. They found that if carbon emissions continue to rise unchecked. The number of affordable housing units at risk of coastal flooding is expected to triple within a few decades in some places. The change could be dramatic in atlantic city new jersey. More than half of affordable housing units are projected to flood at least once a year by mid century if home floods even infrequently it can be disruptive costly and dangerous recovering is particularly difficult for people with few financial resources and because affordable housing is already scarce in many areas resonance may struggle to find new places to live so sea levels rise if a community is going to invest public resources in protecting people. We might consider that they could be best spent in helping those who don't have the means to help

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‘New locals’ at the Jersey Shore couldn’t be happier after moving from Philadelphia, nearby towns

Philadelphia's Morning Answer

03:19 min | 1 year ago

‘New locals’ at the Jersey Shore couldn’t be happier after moving from Philadelphia, nearby towns

"Story today. Kind of dovetailing with what Christine and I were talking about. People that have sure properties. You probably you either. Maybe one of these people or you may know somebody like this who have basically just packed up and relocated and move down the shore for the entire of year. Of this pandemic, and I've been doing all their work. Primarily or exclusively down the shore. Ellen Mogul Owns honeys Sitting eat, which is I mean, one of the greatest breakfast I've ever eaten in this town. Not for nothing. I don't know that she would care for my endorsement. I'm just telling you, it's Kind of, uh, Northern Liberties area. I love it. But anyway, these days, it says she's hanging her hat down the shore. Some of her fellow expat neighbors this winter in the beach town of Ventnor included in New York City financial consultant who traded in apartment in Long Island for a house. Three blocks from the ocean. Former band member of the psychedelic Furs who walks a Labradoodle in red canvas sneakers and the Chairman family who's dead. Jimmy admits to feeling a bit self conscious when he showed up to his kid's soccer practice in Margate, wearing the all black Street uniforms of his former home in the Big city. They aren't looking back. As part of a can't miss them influx of new locals. They kept things busy over the winter for appreciative pandemic starve shore businesses. Discovered the calming rhythms of the off season and even learned that heading off the island is properly known, is going off shore. Like to walk the dogs to the edge of the continent, Mogul said the other morning, speaking from a car where she was headed over the bridge into Philadelphia. A year ago. Second home owners were warned to stay away from the off season short towns during a pandemic that was threatening to strain local hospitals. But they didn't listen. Referring to hole up inside beach homes rather than apartments right out the coronavirus lockdown in less populated towns rather than anxious suburbs. Others bought at the shore for the first time, driving up real estate prices and creating a frenzy of bidding wars in Ocean County. Median sales prices in January and February jumped 38.5%. With nearly 500 units sold. That's a jump of 17.2%, according to the stats. Some realized renting. Year round in a short town is a bargain and houses a few blocks from the beach could be bought in some towns with mortgages requiring a fraction of what they were paying the rent in big cities. Once you step off the hamster wheel of New York, says Daniel Yahiko analyst who bought a home in Ventnor with her mortgage, now half what she paid in rent in New York City. And where her sister is also relocating, she says. It's hard to go back to work. Even in Atlantic City, often overlooked coastal real estate booms, has now seen an uptick in prices. You know, for years we've talked about what would bring Atlantic City back. Could it be a pandemic?

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UCL Trouble for Chelsea?

ESPN FC

03:36 min | 1 year ago

UCL Trouble for Chelsea?

"Welcome insulation of spnfz down. Thomas during the today by allie. Moreno gotten off coffee. You'll be hitter flags on a big win for you today but we start in the champions leaks good matches. Isn't it coming up over the next couple of days. We'll stop at looking trump. Let's go madrid against chelsea some other. The chelsea as favourite not six to four on to advanced next trying athletics. Eleven to ten men rapids. He absolutely flying in la league the first half of the season they have somewhat just a little bit foreign off. Course levante being very much thorn in that side. You're against on wednesday lost on saturday. Let's welcome shall we. Don't just sit low. Lo look ahead to this game. Say let's start off with a athletic perspective xiaowei. What's going wrong with them. They all right. I think we'll go move the wrong with them. In part was that this was likely to happen at some stage. Although perhaps not in quite this way bear mind. They've now dropped many points in twelve days as they had in the inside season up until that point but is in for full-on collapse in all four games. It's one victory to drills the fate as a site. that'd be on such good full. It was fifty four fifty seven points at fifty fifty seven points in the first half the season that it feels like a glass. I think in a way if you look at the results before this games way they were always on edge there again where they were just about coming through very light winner. You've are weiner out of s for example that going behind much more often than previously remember they concedes remedies minute behind in the entire season. That's not happen more often. They're conceding early goals. They gonna seven games in a row conceding so it was the probably some point tip slightly now not into a full blown crisis but certainly into a situation where they were necessarily gonna mean sign that level incredible efficiency in winning games that they had up until fruitful weeks ago and coming up against a chelsea side. Don still unbeaten under to call but very very ordinary against hanson. Yeah just methodical. The hard sites watch chelsea they get. The job done. Didn't against that in the drawer but they were hard. Watch nothing. thomas tickle early on. I think he's testing these players. Think he's testing. Mentality is testing the players and different systems. Put the weekend. He lasted fifteen minutes and took stripe off again so he didn't work took off the ball put about so it's a chelsea sought while you won't you come on west off whereas the where's the attack and fled just very very methodical. Caffeine phoenix can tighten me. I can't imagine be free flowing ends and talking football full three job so don just call chelsea methodical and if you think of you don't feel like hey look at them they're open. They're attacking they're going to commit number full and so therefore if you have an athletic team that has been struggling to get results and you have a team. That is quote unquote methodical. Then yes you're exactly correct. This is not four three. this is set pieces. This is very tied very tactical certainly in the first leg in which is going gonna make it physical from. They have to get back to that. They've lost a little bit of that and they've lost a little bit of attention to details in the game against the weekend. Golda was not scored by motorists early on. There's the ball over the top from set piece attack and said piece of mind on a mis-clearance goes over fifty yards and morales one one situation against like that doesn't happen against atlantic city. But it's been happening more and more often over the last ten days or so they have to clean up those details and clean those details where you're going to find something that is going to be very very difficult to beat

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Trump's failed casino in Atlantic City  Is Demolished

Democracy Now! Audio

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Trump's failed casino in Atlantic City Is Demolished

"And in atlantic city new jersey a thirties have demolished trump plaza hotel and casino via a controlled implosion. Donald trump opened the thirty nine story building. One thousand nine hundred eighty four but it had been vacant since the casino closed in two thousand fourteen leaving one thousand workers out of jobs

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Former Trump Plaza casino demolished after falling into disrepair

All Things Considered

00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Former Trump Plaza casino demolished after falling into disrepair

"Earlier this morning, the former Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City was reduced to a smoking pile of rubble. That's the sound is building being demolished with sticks of dynamite shortly after nine o'clock as part of plans to redevelop the site. Casino closed in 2014 and then fell into disrepair. The plaza was part of a group of casinos that were owned by former President Trump. Its demolition clears the way for a prime development opportunity on the middle of the Atlantic City

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Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City demolished

Mark Blazor

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City demolished

"Is no longer standing. The former hotel and casino once owned by former President Donald Trump, was imploded around 9 A.m. this morning. There's no word on what will be done with this site of the former casino that's on a prime piece of city beachfront property. You're a B c six.

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Former Trump Plaza casino demolished after falling into disrepair

All of It

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Former Trump Plaza casino demolished after falling into disrepair

"Earlier this morning, the farmer former Trump Plaza Casino in Atlantic City was reduced to a smoking pile of rubble. The building was demolished with sticks of dynamite shortly after nine o'clock is part of plans to redevelop the site. The casino closed in 2014 and fell into disrepair. The plaza was part of a group of casinos that were owned by former President Trump. Its demolition clears the way for prime development opportunity on the middle of the Atlantic City boardwalk.

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Former Trump casino where stars played goes out with a bang

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Former Trump casino where stars played goes out with a bang

"I'm Julie Walker gone in twenty seconds that's about all the time it took to demolish the former trump plaza casino in Atlantic city the thirty nine story building went out with a bang holding like a deck of cards once dealt in the casino onlookers clapped and cheered as explosives reduced the building which trump opened in nineteen eighty four to much fanfare into nothing but a pile of rubble Atlantic city's mayor calls it historic and says the implosion gave him chills the casino shut down in twenty fourteen and had fallen into such disrepair chunks of the building were falling off even though trump built it Carl Icahn acquired the casino and another of trump's in twenty sixteen from the last of many bankruptcies I'm Julie Walker

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Former Trump casino where stars played going out with a bang

Glenn Beck

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Former Trump casino where stars played going out with a bang

"Was imploded this morning Serious have explosions collapsed. The former trump closet Casino, which crumbled into a great cloud, an instantaneous vacancy on the Atlantic City boardwalk with the man who would be president hosted boxers. Rock stars in Hollywood celebrities. Trump Plaza opened in 1984 closed in 2014 but had fallen into disrepair long before steeped in debt. Donald Trump diverted resource is into a new project and Trump Closet declined, becoming the worst performing casino in Atlantic City. The mayor called it an eyesore. Aaron Carter Ski ABC NEWS New York Prince Philip remains in a London

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Former Trump Plaza casino demolished after falling into disrepair

Scott Sloan

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

Former Trump Plaza casino demolished after falling into disrepair

"The former Crown jewel and Donald Trump's casinos was imploded. This morning. Serious of explosions collapsed. The former Trump Plaza casino, which crumbled into a great cloud and instantaneous vacancy on the Atlantic City boardwalk, where the man who would be president hosted boxers, rock stars in Hollywood celebrities. Trump Plaza opened in 1984 closed in 2014 but had fallen into disrepair long before steeped in debt. Donald Trump diverted resource is into a new project and Trump Closet declined, becoming the worst performing casino in Atlantic City. The mayor called it an eyesore. Aaron

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Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City demolished

Glenn Beck

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Trump Plaza casino in Atlantic City demolished

"Being imploded this morning. The former Trump Plaza Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, will be reduced to rubble. With the implosion happening at this hour. The property's been vacant since 24 team. The 34 story. Hotel tower on Atlantic City's Boardwalk was Trump's first Atlantic City venture in 1984 Use radio 6

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Former Trump casino where stars played going out with a bang

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Former Trump casino where stars played going out with a bang

"I'm Julie Walker the former trump plaza casino in Atlantic city is set to be blown up this morning it was the one time Jewell of trump's casino empire opening in nineteen eighty four but it fell into such disarray that chunks of the building on the Atlantic city boardwalk are falling off the city's fire chief says explosives are set to make the thirty nine story building crumble like a deck of cards an option to press the demolition button had been set up until safety precautions shut it down the what was billed by trump the building is now owned by Carl Icahn who acquired the two remaining trump casinos in twenty sixteen from the last of their many bankruptcies I'm Julie Walker

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NJ Man Arrested In Violent Manhattan New York Rampage That Injured 10 People

710 WOR Programming

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

NJ Man Arrested In Violent Manhattan New York Rampage That Injured 10 People

"Coms have a man in custody after he allegedly went on a wild, violent rampage of Manhattan. The Post says. It was 43 year old Brian Thompson of Atlantic City who was beating people with a tree branch and a bat and car Jack vehicles as he went from Tribeca to the West Side highway. A total of 10 victims were injured. Cops charge comes in with the salt and he'll undergo a psychiatric evaluation.

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Trump Rule Allows Natural Gas Transport By Rail In Dense Areas

Environment: NPR

03:33 min | 1 year ago

Trump Rule Allows Natural Gas Transport By Rail In Dense Areas

"The us produces so much shale gas it needs to find new markets overseas. The trump administration has approved moving a liquefied form of the gas by rail. But some say that is too dangerous. Susan phillips of member station. whyy reports on a route. That would be one of the longest in the country. The guests will go first to a new plant in northeast. pennsylvania where refrigeration units will chill it too negative two hundred and sixty degrees fahrenheit. That's how it goes from a guest to a liquid. The part of the plan that scares a lot of people is the transport two hundred miles by truck or rail through some of the most densely populated areas of the east coast to a planned export terminal in new jersey. Vanessa keegan lives nearby with her family including three year old. Theo thank you want to take a picture. Okay you gotta get mommy ipad. We take another picture right. Era go railcars. Full of highly flammable liquefied natural gas or lng would roll about a block and a half away from keegan's home a daycare center sits right at the company gate so they want special permits to transport them right there. That train track. You could skip on down to in about a minute and a half and that terrifies me. This project is part of a larger push to export natural gas last summer. The trump administration changed long-standing federal policy to allow rail transport of ellen g anywhere in the country fifteen states including pennsylvania and new jersey challenged the move saying it puts people's lives at risk in this rust belt reason of new jersey. The export project does have support from building trade unions and powerful state lawmakers including assemblyman. John bursa kelly. He says grandfather worked at a former dupont plant on the site of the planned export terminal. That's will create jobs as it once did contribute to tax base as wants to be an important economic driver for people to make a living in fear families. I says safety issues should be raised and addressed but he says railcars carry much more hazardous materials through the region every day. Ray mentzer is a chemical engineer at purdue university who spent his career on ellen g projects for exxon mobil he says specially designed containers have a good safety record but he says transporting the guests through densely populated areas increases the risk if there's a leak. It's not flammable until it's vaporized but it's going to bait rise pretty damn quickly and then it's going to seek an ignition source. Believe me it will find an ignition source. Pretty darn readily mentor says. A vapor cloud would definitely catch fire. If i was at a town meeting and i lived there i would want to know. Just what routes are you going to us right now. The exact roots are unclear. Multiple attempts to reach the developers of the project. New fortress energy went on answered if the overseas export terminal gets built. None of the guests will go to power new jersey homes instead the state is planning a large coastal wind farm off atlantic city to help new jersey reach the goal of all clean energy by twenty fifty

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"atlantic city" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

13:26 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"They picked up three or four of the of the better white semi pros in Atlantic City to fill vacancies. So you actually had an integrated black team playing for about a month which is pretty unknown. They one of them in fact was a guy named Whitey grueling. Who was seventeen years old? At the time he played that month for them later he became a sportswriter and became sports. Atlantic City daily press and in the forties was a constant proponent of integration of Major League baseball before Jackie Robinson. You gotTA wonder if if white he just didn't sort of get his start they're playing alongside black players in nineteen eighteen. So yes so they almost went out of business and then there was the thing that saves a lot of businesses somebody with cash and influence and Jackson took into partners from New York City. One was John Connors. Who had been a base he. He ran the restaurants in in Brooklyn and then in Harlem. He was pretty popular in that regard but he was very popular as a successful. As a baseball IMPRESARIO. He had had semi pro black team in Brooklyn as early as nineteen o four. He was forced out of business by Business Apolo white white business opponent named net. Strong who sort of dominated the semi pro seeing New York City by tying up Based available baseball fields and charging people to use them so connor was put out of business and he was happy to jump at the opportunity the backpacks and he brought in a business partner even probably even more money than him again. Even Barron Wilkins. Who is one of the leading speakeasy Operators in Harlem and had some sporting some sporting interest he was a backer of Jack Johnson the fighter and interested in sports not as Hands on guy but somebody like put some money into it and enjoy it. So they bought into the background checks and rejuvenated the team and this is in fact when they started playing part time in. New York City because they were from New York City. They wanted the team to play in New York City. They wanted to be outside of the the grip of Nat Strong. I didn't WANNA be paying him. A feed us a ballpark and that was feel strong. Strong had no sway over ebbets field or the Polo grounds so they wound a bit ebbets field for several important home series in those early twenties so the team was rejuvenated. And there's still not. They're still league ball in the east. But as you pointed out you go nationally could start it out in the Mid West and nineteen twenty and back rex. Rube foster was the president. Very energetic came powerful president of the Negro Nationally and he authored eastern clubs. What were called associate memberships? You could be an associate member of his league. Which gave you the opportunity to schedule Games with his teams. Which of course we're potential moneymakers. It also allowed you to be exempt from his his league teams rating. Your rosters treating you like an like an independent team. And where Free Agency reigned among the players and siphoning off your players and of course you. You couldn't siphon off his player his league's players either but it was a it was an arrangement that was often used in the Negro Leagues and the backpack became the first associate member of the Negro National League in Nineteen Twenty. Which helped them a lot. Day then became. They stayed associates of The Negro National League and got so they were playing a lot of they were playing a lot more high class black teams and traveling to New York City more playing in the high level semi pro world wide world of Semi Pro Bowl in New York City. Things were things were going very well. And then in nineteen twenty three the eastern the primary eastern teams most most of whom were so were Negro nationally associates came to what was pretty. In retrospect seems like a pretty obvious conclusion that they should have their only so the eastern Colored League was founded stretching from New York City due to Baltimore it was pretty compact. You didn't have to pay the train expenses to go all the way to Detroit or Chicago to play Play the National League teams. You could play among yourselves. And then you could then you if you wanted to. You could take a barnstorming trip. West or Western teams would come and see you for barnstorming trip which is always profitable so the eastern Colored League was founded in nineteen twenty three and were charter. Members bringing us up to how they got into a league. Maybe you sort of touched on it. But why would they not have gone the net Negro National League route and foster? Maybe not sort of trying to. If you will expand from the Midwest to the East Coast given a handful of associates at this point I would imagine that foster might have looked at the founding of this eastern Color League almost as as an affront made he did a matter of fact as a matter of fact you looked at it very much as in the front and they didn't negotiations for a Negro World series. Which you would have thought would have been a sort of an automatic dragged on for years and didn't end I series didn't take place until nineteen twenty four a lot of the colored teams. We're very undercapitalized. Because they catered to ten the catered primarily to ten percent of the American population which tended be people who held income jobs and they're simply was not that simply was not the discretionary income to buy ballpark taken that they were among the whites and so far so so barnstorming was very important going going on a road for a week or two at a time and you know hitting hitting some cities and playing some Negro League opponents but playing all these little towns along the way you picking picking up money all the way. The travel to travel to the mid west costs were extensive. Ed Bolden who who ran the team called Hildale in Philadelphia before when the League when a Eastern League was founded wrote in in the Philadelphia. Tribune that basically I can. I can play. I can play a week here in Philadelphia where my players can walk to work and make more money than I would after putting them on a train to Chicago and paying their way to and from Chicago for a series. So it was. It was a matter primarily economics it would be you know taking taking a trip to the mid west from the east and playing a bunch of teams and coming back say take for too much or two weeks rather would be a good thing happened to go there. All the time was a bad thing financially a bad thing but but almost immediately right you've got Atlantic City in this eastern Color League essentially kind of you know arguably plan some maybe more major markets being in the east coast and stuff so before we sort of getting the giants a little bit more where it feels like there was almost a the. I'M GONNA call it an uneasy peace right but There was certainly some post-season collaboration as the years went on between the two leagues right. Yes the ambassadors went to work and First Negro World Series was played in nineteen twenty four between the eastern cluber league champion and the Negro nationally champion and they there was in a Negro World Series in twenty five twenty six and twenty seven. There may have been more but the economy Got Worse prior leading up to the Great Depression and Eastern Colored League went out of business in the middle of the nineteen twenty eight. Which of course ended that relationship. Of course the Negro National League was only a few years behind and doing the same thing so so there were there. Were Twenty four twenty five. There were four Negro World series between DC L. and an eighth in the National League and the Bax went. We're in two of them. Although they did manage to win either of them they they got better and better as time went on and they were really a good team by the mid twenties. Well we'll talk about that team a little bit so so. Give me a sense of some of these players. We haven't really mentioned some of their names yet. But there's some really intriguing Anna solid characters on this on this team and maybe a little bit of how how they were getting better. I mean back. Not How much did he care? Know about the doings of the team and door who was running all of the sort of onfield stuff. Where are these players coming from? Well you had Jack Tom Jackson was primary own primary owner and then he brought in He brought in Connor and Barron Wilkins from New York City. Who BASICALLY NEUTRALIZED JACKSON? They were big money. Guys and Jackson was. I mean he was connected with the team but he was not getting out of power that he had before they bear in Wilkins. And kinda well. Let's give credit to Connor. He was really the baseball man. He knew a lot of people he he brought John. Henry Lloyd to the team Pop Lloyd D Hall of Famer considered to be maybe the best black shortstop there ever was one of the best shortstops anywhere. There was Lloyd he brought Loyd to the team Lloyd became the manager became the star of the team. One of the stars of the team. Interestingly enough Lloyd was getting a little on in years when he came to the backpacks and his first managerial. Decisions was to shift himself to second base because shortstop was one of the was basically his successor as the best shortstop at the time. Dick Lundy who had been one of the original duval giants seventeen years old when he came up from Jacksonville. Nineteen sixteen and before many years were gone. He was regarded as you know the the up and coming young Infield Star and black baseball so Lloyd's switched himself to second base shortstop. So you've got now in all star up to up to middle situation. They're outfielder say they really. You know we like to say well. This team had so many hall of famers. Besides Lloyd and Ben Taylor who played for the team early on and then at the very end? He managed the team and was a part time player. Only two hall of famers they had but they had lots of guys in that tier below. Outfielder name Chaney White. Who's really overlooked? I think I don't know if he's hall of fame category. He doesn't get the credit he should. He was in center field for several years. Guy Named Arthur Henderson whose nickname was rats because allegedly. Because when he was a young man going to work. He opened his lunch pail and one of his workmates. Had put a rat in his lunch peel and the jumped out and scared him to death so for their after supposedly Arthur Henderson was rats Henderson but he was a real good pitcher and he pitched for them for throughout the twenties. had read greer. Who is a his career was kind of short but it was really outstanding Win while it lasted. He pitched the first were Negro World Series No hitter for the backpacks in nineteen twenty six. The team had one of their star players again. I wouldn't exactly say Oliver. Marcelle is is underrated. The people know.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

Good Seats Still Available

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on Good Seats Still Available

"Hamlet and it is of course good seats still available. The curious little podcast. Not so little anymore. Actually that is devoted to what used to be in the realm and the dimensions of forgotten. Sports that what used to be in pro sports in particular we appreciate your finding us in the wilds of podcast land and we hope and trust that. You're doing okay. You're soldiering on. It's it's not fun. Lots of things that are not fun these days and Sadly continues to be just seems to drag on and on and on and so much uncertainty and so much instability absolutely Feeling it here. I'm sure you're feeling it in various flavors wherever you are. I hope that our little journey together this week perhaps Allays some of those fears perhaps distracts a bit and Let's enjoy shall we a little bit of a professional sports as it used to be And this week we Go into the way back. Sheen. Back to a time in earlier time during the During the flourishing days and years of the Negro leaks and We get into today this week. Our story With our PAL. Jim Over Meyer A curious An interesting overlap between local politics in Atlantic City New Jersey of all places and that of Professional Baseball Negro League style as we talk about a team known as the Bacharach giants of Atlantic City and That little clip that you just heard Was a little floor presentation on the House of Representatives floor by Representative Jeff Van drew. He is the Republican from New Jersey's second district that encompasses North Wildwood Vineland and of course Atlantic City New Jersey and that was him talking about his co-sponsorship of commemorative. That's how you say it. Jeff Come on a coin Series devoted to that of the Negro Leagues. This is back in March. I think March eleventh about two months ago or so. Hr Four one four. I don't know the status of that bill But it's a it's a safe one for sure and it makes a lot of sense if you will it's The Guy Atlantic City today Stepping up and remembering a team that was absolutely ensconced in the political firmament of Atlantic City back in the day in particular the day of of the Nineteen Twenties and Nineteen Thirties. The story of the Atlantic City baccarat giants have fascinating tale. That essentially was a political creature. This team back Iraq. Who is this guy back? Well Harry back his name. I don't know we don't think there was any relation to Birkbeck Rack of Pop music. Authorship fame perhaps there is i. I just didn't have time to figure it out and Jim didn't seem to think so either but you know regardless Harry back rack was in Atlantic City politician back in the day in the late. Nineteen hundreds running for mayor and If you're a fan of the show boardwalk empire you know that politics and other sundry activities in the great seaside city of Atlantic City around that time was shall we say curious endeavor and one of the curiosities Little more Tame curiosities was the fact that this Negro League Baseball team was sponsored by this Harry. Backer or friends of as we would call today who wanted to support his candidacy for mayor and interestingly became essentially synonymous with this very Very good team. Most of whom came from actually Jacksonville. Florida of all places a lot of the lot of the players in the pre version of this team. And we'RE GONNA get into all the INS and outs of of this fascinating story This team obviously a representative of lots of things of the Negro Leagues of its day This Harry back Iraq character Atlantic City Politics. Y The to sort of conjoined. And Frankly God forbid we actually talk about the baseball itself quite some quality there as you heard Congressman van true sort of allude to the beginnings. The inspirations actually four and a lot of players who actually played for the BAC giants as well as some of those were influenced by some of those players in later generations. It's a fascinating story. wines The Story of politics in New Jersey in Atlantic city in particular as well as baseball's history as well as that specifically of the Negro Leagues we get into all of that it's a fascinating tale of the Atlantic City. Backer Act giants with our guest. This week Jim over Meyer. He the authoritative voice in writer of the definitive book called Black Ball and the boardwalk the back Iraq giants of Atlantic City and We get into all of that in just a few moments time in our conversation this week. 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"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Are going to burn it soon. There's a lot I like about How hard is it to schedule a book verdict? We're GONNA we have plans to bring in the fall okay. But now accu- had been playing on credit and a he left before a six million check cleared his bank in Singapore. And the check. Either bounce or Q.. You stop payment on it either way and I guess stop payment either eight and get the money okay. Wow so trump publicly threatened to sue and Kia responded that trump was the the one with the credit problem a key aide told the Wall Street Journal that trump plaza offered a Keogh a five thousand dollar shopping spring at macy's but that the store rejected trump's credit at the register. Oh Sh- it's Jesus couple of fucking loser. God Oh my God. The aid quote. We pity Mr Trump's creditors. No wonder if they panic. I'll and sure enough Taj Mahal would go bankrupt. You know a couple of years later but things were also not good for a Keel. When he returned home to Japan his loss was huge news? There was a media frenzy the in Tokyo about his Atlantic city disaster. Okay and this was just the beginning. He was going on a losing streak. He flew to Europe to try to recoup his losses at trump plaza but ended up losing another fifteen point four million dollars. He paid his European creditors. Five point three million but but then said he didn't have any more money at that point it was believed he also showed the Las Vegas Hilton five million as well as the four million trump. So He's you close to twenty million dollars of debt just months after the loss trump's plaza. He ran up gambling debts and other Kasai so that tells about nine hundred million and and then on top of all that the Japanese economy was in real estate bubble in the bubble POPs. Oh no his land is plummeted and the Japanese media reported Akio had at one hundred thirty one million dollar bank loan that exceeded his assets on January third. Nineteen ninety you too so he he just lays low after that he. He's staying in his house. He's totally right lying. Low on January Third Nineteen ninety-two appears family. Family went out to pick strawberries and accused stayed home alone. When the family returned they found a keough dead white paper screens in the room were splattered with blood? He'd been stabbed the by as many as one hundred fifty times with a Samurai Sword. All Christ it had the trademarks of a Yakuza. So the belief is is that they were his backers that they kind of. Who's who were backing him? Gotcha and he was going on gambling and then once he was cooled ruled and then once he lost the money. What's the point? Yeah or other people. The European people came after him but As much as Akio IOS said he was a billionaire and independent assessment found his real estate business only had revenues of fifteen million and a handful of employees. Japanese cops made arrests the Los Angeles Times said he was a a quote reputed local gangster. Who Knew Acura son? The murder did not take any of the diamonds or any of the hundreds of thousands of dollars over Stash House. He always had the doors locked but this time the door is open meaning he clearly the person so he knew the person But in the end it's never been solved. No one has any idea who killed Okeyo. My theories Accu- just got this new semmaris. SORTA wanted to show you real quick raising trouble later. To- political quote. I loved her. Matches is with him. He was a great player. Who loved big numbers? He made me a lot of money when money was very tight and the economy was crashing. But he did. He didn't say a word about carrying a Q.. had been killed failed. So that's a fun one that it. Yeah she's huge jerk off that's all there is on my God just some guy that Donald trump four million dollars got killed. Jesus.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

15:31 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"A foot high. Wow Okay accused surrounded By ten hotel bodyguards he plays a marathon session as casino officials. Watch they give him hot towels. He had his own private bathroom to use. Trump hired a Japanese chef to cook them meals. Mike but it's not like that's weird because other casinos had actually flown in tableware from accused favorite restaurants in Japan. What just go to pure one? Would you rich people just live so oh fucking different. It's just crazy level of like it's insane it's offensive a little bit it's a little bit unreal getting away. All into the casino worked media covered his gambling which is what trump wants. Listen The Wall Street Journal. Oh quote sipping tea. AMID TUXEDO-CLAD BACTERIA KROUPI as Mr Kashigawa cash in his rumpled blue striped. I T shirt and plain black slippers has the look of a quarter slot machine player. Just off the bus from Hoboken I. It's amazing sometimes the the I don't even know if they know that they're taking a dig by being not that it's wrong guy. Looks like he's from Jersey but it's just this weird it is just like nobody cares. What's the content? The Philippine Inquirer wrote that dozens of not wealthy. Gamblers looked over a marble wall to watch him make huge bets. One woman a quote all that money. How can anyone? I just can't imagine the senior executive give of the Casino Jack. Donal said it was exactly the publicity. Trump wanted quote that cashew aggie chose trump plaza was an enormous mus coup for us. He was the perfect complement to the world. Class image we remarketing and enhanced the trump image of elegance and excitement A cashier Weiji could propel trump plaza in two into an entirely new realm action. Assuming he doesn't take everything. Yeah yeah that's a face and obvious but O'Donnell had warned trump. It was too risky and pretty quickly. Accu- started winning. Trump was down one million dollars in half an hour. Mike Oh my God. Does he want to go back to the Panos for awhile. Monkey Spaghetti Trump wrote in a book quote. What the Hell am I doing? I asked myself cashflows way down and I'm playing with a guy could win forty or fifty million in a matter of days like how there are times and trump's existence where he sounds like quantum leap into himself so it was now how obvious that trump's desire for publicity could put trump plaza out of business. Okay right maybe trump to realize or he did and didn't care but while most games give pretty good advantage of the house back rat as I said just because a relatively narrow edge to the deal right okay because I think one point two percent I might be Iran more one hundred percent. Nothing right quote. I was merely sitting on the sidelines watching one of the best. Gamblers in the world played against me for two two hundred fifty thousand dollars per hand. Seventy times an hour mud. Oh my God. Trump was getting freaked out. He said for the first time in the casino he called down to the casino floor late at night to check on the situation and learned he was down for a million dollars. Oh my Lord home the Lord you flew him out yeah. It's a lot like chewed to bet on coin flip. Yeah and it's a lot like trump's snake story it's like he's getting bitten. Yes why did you bite me. Whoa what is happening? Is The promise Stupid Watch. It didn't know I didn't know that was the thing. Why is it? What what what do you need it for exercise? Okay because the fifth pick up on Google and not I want to go go to have my information on Dave come on. Do you want good health information. The the the the trust you know it helps me exercise right right. Yeah you know. Best search engine cozier. What's happening right now? Cozy a better than Google duck. Oh no Dr Trees. Oh we'll duck duck is private like they don't give out any information trees okay. So where were we. Before are we rudely interrupted. He is down six four million. Oh yeah he's down. Eight million dollars. Eight million eight million so just sue a little letter for nine nine turns eight so it's a Q.. Had now had so many chips that he had to pile them on the floor. That's not cool. I mean I I. I'm no fan of trump but I mean he's just standing good. He's building a little castle around himself. Jump put on a carefree. Ask for the press literally told The Philadelphia Inquirer who he asked to come down quote. Have you ever seen action like this. This guy's great the best in the world the.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

15:00 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"Monkey monkey meteorologist. Give mind skip a monkey every other their day. Would you eat an apple. So many monkeys he. He stopped drinking his favorite drink. Drink whiskey and water and switched to green tea or just straight water started losing weight. You still chain smoked seven cigarettes but you gotTa have a little thing in the late. Eighties acute started gambling. Go here we go. As Dave puts his foot on the clutch goes to according to James Osborn who is a rich guy involvement casinos a WHO ran the high stakes aspinall room in the diamond beach. Each Hotel Casino in Darwin. Australia came on the radar in Nineteen eighty-seven okay. Osborne was told by his boss to go to Tokyo Keo to meet with Akio who was getting a reputation for being a huge backup player in Vegas okay. Now I've read a little bit of a background essentially like flipping a coin. And you just kind of bet which sites I mean it's really it's A. It's a card game though yet. But it's a card game but it's a way people. Oh compare it to that. Like it's like betting on flipping coin and you're just the odds are pretty even between you and the house okay. So Osmar convince a Keough to gambling. Darwin he goes up and goes. You gotTA come down to Dr. When it's closer than Vegas all right here we got? We got a casino in two the day's Accua one ten million dollars. Okay because you know with a guy like get the fuck Outta here. Why did you come here get Outta here? The take your monkey suitcase go. The casino. Barely had enough money need to cover the debt. Two weeks later he came back and he wants six million dollars. Oh my God but ban this man. Can you ban him. But he had a uh he had brought a friend along who lost six million dollars so it was okay okay but where was out he needs to make like bring like someone we know. That a gamble a little bit but for sure so but where does out and all across the world casinos now knew about Q.. Kashi walkie okay. Osborne's casino sent a tape to Steve WYNN. WHO's in his? And by the way politics ticks. I really do I really align the opposite of your police aligned. Well he's a fucking madman. He's an unbelievable misunderstood the genius okay. Okay I don't think you know what that word means Newton face okay. So He sends a tape to Steve Wynn and has Stephen Security people look at it. Okay now Akil had lost six million at winds casino a year earlier. Okay he should have gone to. There's other one loss. That's the joke. That joke is sponsored by. Let's go to copy. This joke was sponsored by to help. Help me out those terrible Franks San Luis Obispo. Franks hot dogs in Saint. Louis Obispo brings dogs. We're on the beach. They're not on the beach there in town and don't fuck with the slogan so when they did that wins. People looked at the video. They looked at the video video from Darwin and look at their own videos and they found they can find anything that Aquino's noticeable difference. Okay to do all that money. Now the Chinese and he's partners in the Darwin Casino added expensive Consultant come in. Oh God and I mean Ah Earth take us so. He said that they had to alter and refit the doors. The Front doors of the Casino and then they had a net above the background table. They had to hide. That had to hide the net and Alfred Dragon Dragon as fish tank next to the back table and then the thanks ray would be good. This is okay. This is classic casino. Xenos is a little this a little stinky. Always bringing effect trig Shuhei guy so so it didn't work apart. I born to play. Okay so they do it. They put the fish tanking. They give her the net that changed. The doors doesn't work okay. ACCUA comes back in Christmas. One thousand nine hundred eighty five million dollars. Well he didn't win as much. So maybe maybe the tail is okay. It's not able to fully. Why turn out but move around the room? Yeah all right. Soon he returned on a chartered jet a Sent by the Casino and one another five million dollars after gambling all night so now the casinos fucking broke. Why did they like inviting us? They just think it's like you say they're like he's got he's got to lose. Okay so Kenneth. CEO's broke the owners side to put more cash into keep the casino from going bankrupt. Ah Still Casinos all over the world. Want acute gamble in their places. Okay and he did okay. Acute carried as much as is one point. Five million in cash in two bags when he went on gambling trips to casinos in Europe Australia and the United States okay acute claimed he had an income of one hundred million dollars a year and assets of one billion dollars. Okay all right but that doesn't sound that's a lot that's a lot for back. Then that's okay. He became known still a lot now. But I think we have a lot more billionaires. You'd better believe we do because we finally figured out how to make. Excuse me did you say what. Would you say by Said who. I'm fire billionaires. What just a little bit of fire if you know we? We don't want to hurt them. We Wanna be them. No no we WANNA WE WANNA take all their money away and so they don't have it make I want. I want every billionaire to have to live We reverse give all the homeless people The billionaires money and make the billionaires homeless and just live it out for a little while Oh my God i WanNa Watch the reality show flip my society and see that happen. Oh my God. So acute became known in the gambling world old as the warrior share. He would gamble for two days straight without sleeping. There's the name high rollers are few and the the biggest are often discussed among casino owners. Okay Akeel was known to bet up to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars a hand. He's he's playing back at the whole time time. Yeah okay now. A guy named Donald Trump got into casinos in nineteen eighty-four. Dave so I I. I didn't know we got a guest star and soon moved into boxing. Dave what I'm not ready for this outbidding. The Las Vegas Casinos Dole Championship Bouts Casinos. He had the greatest boxers of the time and his rings Tyson form and all the George Cooney all the all all the big ones trump quote I put on these fights because I'm a fan. I do it because I like it. It's exciting people really react to it. You wouldn't see this kind of excitement at the opera or or ballet. That's by the way that's a promise you can make for most things. Yeah Yeah those are pretty tame events look it takes a smart demand compare boxing to opera. Bella I mean how many people are smarter to say look. This sporting event is more exciting. Then the ballet. You know what this is better than a funeral. The fights brought publicity. Also the fights brought brought in high rollers share or as they are known gambling Wales correct. It worked he was making a killing off off Wales on Fight Nights Philadelphia Inquirer quote according to the New Jersey Boxing Hall of fame. Trump's spent about three point two million to bring the spinks Kuni `Bout to Atlantic City ready and gamblers left seven point two million at his tables. Okay so win totaling money. Yeah in July. Nineteen ninety-seven trump bought the troubled Tauch Mahal Casino while still under construction. Okay paid six hundred seventy five million to buy finish construction okay. This this was mostly done through junk bonds. Fourteen percent interest rate. So he's paying a very high rate and now he's got a lot overhead right so so even before the Taj Mahal opened trump is scrambling to make money. Okay now you bring the ballet to town finally better than the boxing. You know bally's valleys not that exciting very fun. The dancers have agreed. They're gonNA fight each other after a Cao's victory in Darwin trump spoke to the owner of the Darwin Casino about okay any heard about accuse winnings and he also heard that accused lost at wins casino. Okay right so trump started trying to court akil okay. This is when he was a democrat. Right yeah right. But trump's top casino executive said do not invite to that city can okay so I guess I don't Foley I the idea is the is the idea that they keep going. This guy's bound to lose or is it like this this guy sort of known so. It's like a cool thing to have. How many years? It's like having celebrity here and I just don't think he's GonNa. I think I think most people lose. And when they gamble like rushing general so the odds are in your favor. I heard a guy if I'm a casino owner and I hear a guy like puts on these streaks. Yeah I'm like Oh well I'll ask the third tiered player to come and not this guy but he got Zillah he right now. He's top five in the world background player. Like he's yeah. Yeah I mean top. Five making top of high roller anyway. Okay they just think he's GonNa lose right back at is like a coin flip except it's got like a one point two percents favors house very as so being a top five. Are you not immediately. Just overly scrutinized as like I mean none of it makes accents okay. I need a catchy. I did it a moment. But trump wants them right so so his his top executive said it's too risky. Don't bring them. But trump doesn't listen in February nineteen ninety. Mike Tyson was going to fight. Buster Douglas in in Tokyo and trump was the promoter. Okay wow I can't believe I don't look into promoting for a while. But he he lost his ass on it in the end because of this fight right. This fight is when Tyson losers is upset in boxing. History time for sure and Tyson. Jason can sell tickets and now. You're and Douglas losing than the next guy loses so it's like a so. Trump trump goes to Tokyo Jio and apart by the way. That's one of my favorite movies. Trump is awesome. It's so great. I'm so much taller. Yeah I mean all that's up when he eats the Sushi. Just so fun it's undercooked. Yeah that's right so there's a party for friends and business people people that before the fight Tyson's there and trump is like escorting Tyson around the room so people can take pictures with them late to just have a recording of close to home artist right talking about rape she so you don't think so because they're both terrible people honestly yeah they I guess it was probably the worst. Two worst human sexual predatory yeah. They're angry really bad. Human had a minute was gonna be about something like that is so trump saw you standing in the corner and he walks over and puts. I'm Ron accused shoulder. He tries to get Tyson in for a picture and accused starts yelling. No picture no picture while he covers his face and you are my opposite completely which according to some people is another indication that he's involved with the Yakuza. Yeah I mean he okay all right. So trump took the opportunity opportunity to talk to Keough and give them a deal to come to Atlantic City K.. So he he flies him out from Tokyo on on a on a jet first class and a few days later accused is Atlantic City at the Trump Plaza Hotel and casino trump meets him at the door and it gives them an autograph copy of the art of the deal. She's man. I A lot of inconsistency with this man but somehow there is like the the most consistency as well. Okay for Christmas. Giving people signed our book and gave it I mean. Could you imagine these people's like like ten bucks there you go this for you. You like it. It's mine for my signature. It looks like a heart attack for some reason acuity not immediately really gamble. He just went up to the two level penthouse suite that he was giving locked himself in for two days. The best make all that money and then just like yourself in the room for five days I had a great time and just leave at a great. You guys make unbelievable monkey sandwich. Unbelievable had an ocean ocean view that Butler service at eight hundred thousand jade play. The Piano is unbelievable. You this is so great. Thank you so much I think next. Come here I might gamble. So is independence for two days and then he comes out on a Friday night at the table which is roped off the shelves. Just for him right. It's been that way the whole time since he got there. There are piles of five thousand dollar chips waiting for him. One dealer waiting one two hundred and fifty thousand dollars. teke chips was over.

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"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

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"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

07:32 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

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"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"I read a story from American history to my friend. Gareth Reynolds who has no idea what what the topic is going to be about. What in the fuck was that? I don't know I don't know what your energy must make him. He your catches bit. You Spin is happy now. He's like that was an assault. Didn't go as planned. dingoes plan plan for him. That was I literally watched an assault. Look and this is. This is an abusive relationship in absolutely. Because now you're petting him and rubbing him as if he just you don't like I know him. Yeah Yeah See. It's easy to walk in and say I don't like how you guys are. You know you're just you're just. He's been he's had a few. There's is a lot of places that he's been eating a lot tonight. There's a lot of places get food. He's about this. Look at me I can thank you to a safe house your need out. Can I bring us now fuck. I'm telling you that he's the he's the we're both the problem. I mean this is unique. Take him he's better than me. Save him take him to the safe place. I'll stay here. I think you're scared and I think you're really scared. I I think you you've been trapped in this along the you can't see a way out. Eleven he bit you twice and that's why you're petting him. Look I don't don't your dogs bite you know. Well that sounds lovely called folk is Jim. I'm the fucking God they've Okay Gary Lennon's cares for five and this is not going to become the tickly in part could hit him with the puppy present sick arguments. If that's like impo action done my friend Gareth..

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"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"atlantic city" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds

"I read a story from American history to my friend. Gareth Reynolds who has no idea what what the topic is going to be about. What in the fuck was that? I don't know I don't know what your energy must make him. He your catches bit. You Spin is happy now. He's like that was an assault. Didn't go as planned. dingoes plan plan for him. That was I literally watched an assault. Look and this is. This is an abusive relationship in absolutely. Because now you're petting him and rubbing him as if he just you don't like I know him. Yeah Yeah See. It's easy to walk in and say I don't like how you guys are. You know you're just you're just. He's been he's had a few. There's is a lot of places that he's been eating a lot tonight. There's a lot of places get food. He's about this. Look at me I can thank you to a safe house your need out. Can I bring us now fuck. I'm telling you that he's the he's the we're both the problem. I mean this is unique. Take him he's better than me. Save him take him to the safe place. I'll stay here. I think you're scared and I think you're really scared. I I think you you've been trapped in this along the you can't see a way out. Eleven he bit you twice and that's why you're petting him. Look I don't don't your dogs bite you know. Well that sounds lovely called folk is Jim. I'm the fucking God they've Okay Gary Lennon's cares for five and this is not going to become the tickly in part could hit him with the puppy present sick arguments. If that's like impo action done my friend Gareth..

Gareth Reynolds assault Gary Lennon