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Fresh update on "bet" discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
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Fresh update on "bet" discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"And it makes you appreciate even more as if you had to be told. When you love somebody who comes through that and survives that battle, it makes you appreciate it all the more. So thoughts of this family again and we will tweet a link to the just giving page. Aiden O'Brien and Kumar have decided to take action. They are suing Columbia. The animal feed supplier over missing out on our weekend in 2020. I wondered when this was going to happen. So 5 of their horses tested positive in France. And gained equine nutrition, which is owned by glam bear. Were the ones who had supplied the feed. I wonder are they still supplying the food? And it meant that 11 horses all had to come out. I remember the frustration. And I remember talking to it in about it at the time and the fact that everything was okay and that they hadn't done anything wrong was good that that was vindicated, but cool more estimated cost of €9 million, which just goes to show you how valuable arc weekend is to a horse's career at stud or in the paddocks. As a brood mirror, flat racing is a great sport and I absolutely love it, but it's very much, it's very much a business. And unlike jumps racing where horses are going to summer grass and then coming back for the winter, when the winter kicks in for flat racing, horses are being geared up for a stallion campaign or being ready to become a broodmare. It's very much a business and this is a big case, but I can see why they've done it. And I think the right to have done it as well, Mark. Absolutely. Yeah, like you say it's flat racing is such a multi million pound business now and coal more. Is it the very, very top of that iceberg in terms of international standing and the value of their horses, their race horses, their stallions, and it will be interesting to see how this plays out. Possibly a settlement, possibly they'll just want to actually go to trial. It's not like cool more. Don't have the resources to do it. So Aiden is one of ten named donica is one of them as well, by the way, because they were all affected. This is the thing, is that in the Dunkirk, using the same feat supplier. So I wonder, I wonder, has that changed, or are they still using them? Because this was a one off, but it was a very expensive one off. And it remains to be seen how plans out, but I suspect they'll win or it'll be settled. But it was a huge massive story and a huge impact. And it's a story that now grows legs and as Mark says, it's going to be very intriguing to see how that all plays out. As will the weekend's racing. So who is your best betzer? Right. The most likely winner, I think we have to go right to the beginning of the podcast and say dragon symbol. I think the most likely winner out of all the races we've looked at. But my best bet would be in the two O 5 at Beverly the Hillary needler and very, very keen on distinguished lady in here, she'd be my best bet of the weekend. And not just because you're a massive fan of that or have been telling everybody on social media. So it's not like you're trying to prove a point. This is really horrid that you've got all the time in the world for. And currently, currently, I don't know, I'm saying this currently because I don't know how long this is gonna last for. Currently you can get 8 to one, 7 to one. 7 to one with sportsbook. Now how long does that 7s last? For Richard Hammond Haley Turner and distinguished lady. I don't think it's going to last that long. I don't think it's going to last that long. You know why? Because the amount of market movers that were put up by Mark last week after the podcast went out and they all got sliced in price, including one of your winners, my friend. We landed a nice touch for us. At the time. The Andrew balding was, hey, Doc. I think valley forge. Yes, from 7 to one interface, something like that. 7 to one when we recorded them the podcast. Briefly threes goes our fours. And boom. And at the time, bandinelli was 15 to 8, and he went all the way out to four to one. So all the money was for valley forge and kaluki were reporting. Hefty sums from as well. So well done. Team final for long. Well done. Final for the podcast listeners. But more importantly, well done, Mark. Absolutely superb stuff. Next week, you and I are going to preview the Derby meeting at epsom. So that's going to be a lot of fun. We the world of racing to look at next week as well. The tube was separately. Between talk sport and your work with time form and for bed fair as well, but by the time it comes to Thursday, we'll be getting stuck into the coronation cup, the oaks. And the Derby and some other races in between, but they're going to be the three primary ones, and it's going to be yeah, I'm excited to talk to you about that. It's going to be a lot of fun. We'll have a clearer picture as well. If this week is quite this weekend being quite low key next weekend is going to be anything that but can't wait for it. I'm super excited. Very, very excited. And even more excited about the fact that you marvel fan. That is Milligan. Whose uncle was spike. Joining us on the final for the bucket, no. No. No, low hanging fruit. Mark back with those next week as well. We'll review all the action with Lucy on Monday and we've a special guest review the Darby action on Monday week. It's hard to believe that next weekend is Darby weekend, but you'll get the best analysis right here in the final four podcast..
Fresh update on "bet" discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Were we? You two O 5 goes to distinguished lady. Named after Tatiana masala. The two 40 Beverly. So this is, could this be it? 7 and a half for a long handicap coluche have updated process for me actually, so hang on, let me refresh this. Let me refresh this. Right, Percy's ladder is now 11 to four. Frederick Paul keatley is 72. Hugo Gregory 92 blue for you is 7 to one. What's your thoughts Mark? Yeah, I've got no startling revelations here. I'm a massive fan of the Daniel and Claire two blood outfit there. Upwardly mobile young trainers who are embracing technology in the training of their horses in terms of stride data and sectionals and things like a no surprise at all to me that they've improved Percy's lad having got hold of this one at the back end of last year. He's looked most progressive winning his two starts, this spring slamming a decent handicapper of Martin needs called bake by 7 lens at yarmouth and then winning at Nottingham by two lines from adelita last time. I think Percy's lads probably still got some more improvement in him. William Buick very, very significant. Jockey booking often will see William Buick at Beverly on a Saturday. He's got a good book of mounts there and I think Percy's ladies is justifiably favorite Indian and just about my selection. Yeah, I was very much of the mindset to go with Percy's loud as well. The thing that put me off was that he was Jew entered for the weekend. But once Buick was confirmed, game over happy days or sorted. And also entered for the royal hunt cup at obviously at royal ascot as well. So that that's intriguing. Mass a fan of Daniel and clerical as well. There's a great piece of them in the trade paper. I don't know if it came out today or not, but I only noticed it today. I quite a few days of agony. Celebrating your birthday. If you don't like me, then take solace in the fact that I have been in disgusting amount of pain for the last few days. So there you go. Your voodoo doll is working. Now stop using it. Got between those. But anyway, yeah, I love their operation was fascinated with that interview and the insight and the fact that they're using technology and the way that they are, it's great to see great to see trainers embracing stride analysis and such data because it's just very, very valuable. Which means that this must be the race then. The two year old conditions stakes for Colson gildings, whistle and flute. This is the three 15 in Beverly. Whistle and flute. Is your 15 tweet favorite? Currently. Bakil is the horse that Andrew balding trains that ocean Murphy and I were talking about. A few weeks ago, he thinks an awful lot of him and thinks he could be a country horse. But bear in mind that he already put up a bet for the Coventry and that horse was 6 to one and is now your three to one favorite with clucky sports book. Listen to the final film podcast, Andrew balding and William Buick with chateau. Havana gold, you got rogue spirit. Oh, he's had the gelding operation already. The poor fella. Tom clover and Jack Mitchell 9 to two Jim jungle, no prizes for guessing who he's by. Jason Hart and John Quinn 11 to do with lukey and the riddler The Batman was great villain but would save that conversation for another day or else we're really going to go off track. 15 to two for Richard fahey and Paul Hennigan, your thoughts, Mark. Yeah, interesting that you should mention back heel who, like you say, they think an awful lot of and whistle and flu, sets the standard on.
Fresh update on "bet" discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Okay, all right. In this case, then we're going to get some good value. You might have. You might have. Take it away. Who do you think is going to be winning the condition stakes? The class two condition 6, two O 5, the Beverly. Now, people who follow me on Twitter are already in the know here. If you follow me on Twitter at Mark underscore Milligan 73, you'll know that I'm very, very keen on Richard Hammond's distinguished lady. And you'll also know that he's the 73rd of his name, a proceed. And this distinguished lady comes here on the back of just one room and it was third beaten 7 and three quarter lengths behind newcomer of sight Vince royals called Marge, who was really, really impressive that day. Oats. Not only was March impressive, I don't know if anyone was watching Wolverhampton the other day. Possibly, possibly not. But the Philly who finished second and split margin distinguished lady believing of George Buffy's was a remarkable winner of a novice contest at Wolverhampton a couple of days ago. She reared up in the stalls, missed the break by ten lengths. And I think you're coming just double charging. Was it 5 furlong race, 6 fell on race? It was 6 felons. She missed the great by ten lengths. In a 6 fur long race. And she still came through and won that race by nearly two lengths. It was a remarkable performance. If you haven't seen it, go back and say it was the as Wolverhampton, it was two days ago, three days ago, sorry, 23rd of May. Oh, my birthday. That's why I missed it. God, mighty, she's completely missed the kick. The two 40 are all the Hampton. And it was a remarkable performance from that Philly to win from where she did their. And I believe she's the only to run out of this race so far. But I think this could be one of the best two year old novice races, the new market race that is not the world anthem one. That's been run all season. And if that's the case, I think distinguished lady would go very well in here. She finished third, worth pointing out as well. She was three lengths clear herself of the fourth holes, and she wasn't cheap. She was a 400,000 guineas.
Fresh update on "bet" discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Don't you worry, we'll get it, I'll handicap out of him. When no one expects it. As I blurb that all over the phone for the podcast, so we're going for the horse that we can pronounce, which reminds me to say, I received several messages from final frontal podcast listeners greatly offended at not you at all because you, first of all, are a legend and also you tip the winner of the tada sauce gold cup, but my remarks about high definition. That he shall henceforth be known as he shall not be named to retract that statement after his excellent run of the title songs go look up. And he ran really well given the blinder and you'll probably win the coronation cup. Should they decide to go that way? And I think they will. So we've got two for the look at 63 or however you proceed to place your bets with colloquium who, as William hags is represented with Tom Mark one on board by sela Russa, is the colloquial going 5 to two about this Philly, I see the stars, climates, for Jessica Harrington, who doesn't just bring them over for the crack 72 with James Doyle on board, terrific booking. Noon star, all we had such high hopes. So Michael statt Richard king's goat, 9 to two. They'll be on the weeks time. The Derby favorite. Richard kingsfield will be on board for the governor of saint Michael's status. And roger varian with lady Hayes, ray Dawson, colu key go 5 to one, but her. This is the group three for mayors and Phillies the two 55 again over that Darby trip of the mile four, but at haydock and as you were saying, it's going to be at least good to solve for probably good ground for the weekend, which seems like a strange thing to say about a place that you almost certainly need a nuclear submarine to get around. What is your take on the two 55 and hey Doc? Yeah, I thought initially I had a good long look at sea level so because she's just got such an upwardly mobile profile of course. She's from that mom. I guess, again. But I thought at the prices she was tight enough considering she's still got a little bit to find certainly on official ratings and time form ratings with a few of these. And you were mentioning that Jessica Carrington, she doesn't just bring them over for the sake of it. And I think there's a very, very interesting angle with climate in here. Because climate has already run in some decent races, she was fourth in a group too. At newmarket last time, she's dropping down to group three company here. But the angle for me here is the she's by Australia and we know that Australia is offspring. They just get better the further they go. This will be our first try at a mile and a half. She's related. She's closely related to three horses who were all at their best over a mile and a half Australia's average winning distance of his progeny is over 11 furlongs. This is what climate has been waiting to do. She's been waiting to go a mile and a half. And I think everything is in her favor in this contest. I love that confidence. Absolutely love that confidence. And I don't disagree with it, by the way. You might be saying, hang on a second, why is she informing that come over? Well, Shane foley is going to be writing yes in the royal county handicap. And that's shaping up to be it's a valuable prize. It's worth €40,000, 23 K to the winner. And in the brine is unleashing sun king again who got off to kind of the winning mark last time out. And I think we'll take an awful lot of beating, but isn't the top weight. And Shane's got a good book of rides on other horses in the car. So it just makes sense for him to stay in Ireland. And when you can get your hands on James Doyle, then you're pretty much okay. So climate, I'm loving the confidence and I'm not going to argue with any of it. Jonathan garzan have the favorite. Sun ray major in the John gone stakes. The group three over 7 furlongs at haydon, clucky go 5 to two about Frankie Victoria and John garston, teaming up with teddy as well. Of course, rafe Beckett and James Doyle, the aforementioned with Ken Ross 11 to four happy power, Andrew balding and David probert. The man who spoils our mighty Ulysses party last week, hundreds and 30 and Spidey. Has spycatcher at 7 with cleverly on board. Your take? Yeah. Kinross just about says the standard in weight does set the sun will not just about sets the sun. He sets the standard and he's a group. He's a group two winner. He was a great fourth in the foray at longchamp to space blues and then he going to a bit of trouble when he dropped back to 6 furlongs in the champion sprint and asked Scott on his final start. He's a real 7 furlong specialist this horse, but I wanted to take him on because for me and I think listeners to the podcast will start to learn this about me as we go forward but I'm the kind of punter and analyst who if there's horses that are less exposed and open to improvement than ones who we know plenty about, I'll generally always zero in on those less exposed horses and there are a couple in here that I think could progress beyond kinross in time. Sun ray major would be one of them though. He's had a couple of tries now in group company admittedly quite spicy group company, for instance, behind by Eid in the judgment last time. Is he going to live up to his pedigree being a half brother to kingman probably not?.
Mail in Ballots Could Determine Outcome of PA Primary
"Who's going if you had to bet your house right now? Who's going to be the Republican nominee for the Pennsylvania Senate seat? Oh boy, we go from brown's playoff eyes to an even harder question. What I want to know, I don't mean to duck your question, but literally what we are trying to figure out this morning is how many mail in ballots need to be counted. And my answer depends on when we can get that question answered. Because McCormick has been leading mehmet Oz in the mail in ballots by about 9 points. So there's the potential there if there's enough of them that he could overtake on that. But we're trying to nail down how many there are. And there's a great idea. What's the minimum number of them that are out there, do you think? So what we think is what, in terms of yesterday morning, we got to count from the state in terms of returned Republican mail in ballots. And as of right now, there are about 20,000 fewer of those counted than there were returned as of yesterday. So I think it's reasonable that there's about 20,000 of those.
Buffalo supermarket shooting: What do we know so far?
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Elon Musk Tweets Twitter Deal Is on Hold
"I don't know Again I have no inside baseball on this It would be illegal to share if I was profiting off it and I don't I don't have any inside baseball but I can kind of process what's going on being in the tech space being an investor myself bet there's definitely some signs here that lead me in a certain direction Elon has to do if he has banks and financial firms involved in this operation to take over Twitter which he obviously does He's not paying in suitcases full of cash He's not walking up to piragua we're like hey is this suitcase kicking it under the table I mean it's a multi-billion dollar deal There's going to be financial institutions and banks involved and Elon being the richest man in the world Obviously has a legal team and a financial team that does due diligence So I'm guessing here did they go into Twitter Have Twitter open up the books here on this deal Do their financial due diligence And find out some really shady stuff Now he was asking if Elon says listen the deal is on hold until we can verify basically how many Twitter users are real That's what he's saying in the tweet He says it and he phrases it in terms of the percentage of bots but what Elon's really asking in that tweet is are these Twitter users real people Now why is that important Well outside of the obvious you want to believe on a social media platform that you're talking to people socially correct I mean there's no point being on Twitter if it has 239 million users but it really has a million users all the way up 220 plus fake accounts and then you got a couple of spam bots in
"bet" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Bleacher tweets. All right buster, it is time for bleacher tweets. So our first week comes from Eric Bobby at Beth the family farm, conspiracy theory, MLB umpires are intentionally calling bad ball strikes as directed by MLB to usher in robo ups. So fans and players all support the move. As someone who hates robo umps, it's looking not so bad anymore. Yeah, Eric, I'm not buying any conspiracy theory. Because I know umpires well enough to know, they're not going to intentionally do a bad job. Because they know that they get this sort of scrutiny. They get this sort of angry feedback immediately from the players and they don't want that. In fact, baseball's run into a problem through the years because there are times when, for example, when they ask the umpires to shoe batters into the box and try to move the game along. Umpires don't like to be, you know, sort of like the traffic cops. They don't like that sort of responsibility. So no, they're doing the best they can. Most of the empires do a great job. There's certainly been examples this year in which it hasn't been very good. Yeah, I can't imagine anyone intentionally calling a bad play. I don't think you would want to deal with the aftermath from a player or coach like that. Right. At H split 1977, why can divisions be lost early in the year, but they can't be one early in the year. Along those lines, do you think the Red Sox are done in 2022? Yeah, and we'll talk to Sarah langs about this on Monday. I can't think of a lot of precedents where a team fell this deeply behind an erase and made it all the way back to one of the division. Now, the good thing for the Red Sox is with the playoff field expanded to 12 teams, 6 in each league. It's a little bit more forgiving, but man. It's ugly. Early for the Red Sox, especially with the Yankees playing so well. That's always the mantra that I've always heard from folks and baseball divisions can't be won early in the year, but they can be lost. Reggie a baseball and weather nerd at baseball Yoda WX I don't work in baseball. So forgive me for telling someone how to run their business. Seems the whole young royals group of pictures do well until they get to MLB. Then they go backward and don't improve in the miners. Then consider that former royals go to the other organizations, make use of pitches that work better from them as individuals and end up with more success. Seems to me the current MLB staff is failing and not developing plans that work for the given pitcher. All right, so there was for years thoughts along similar lines with the pirates, you know, guys like Garrett Cole will leave and they get better Charlie Morton, et cetera. I haven't heard that from folks in baseball. I do wonder about two factors when it comes to the royals. One, the fact that they play in what is considered to be one of the easier divisions in baseball, you're facing a lineup like the tigers or the guardians in recent years. I know the guardians have had a better year this year, but generally speaking, that lineup is not as potent, maybe when they go outside the division, then it becomes a little bit more difficult. And the second factor that I wanted about generally is that the gap between the major leagues and minor league seems more significant than ever. It doesn't feel like that the difference between, say, a major league team is just a hair and triple-A is a hair difference in terms of quality. It feels like that gap is growing. That's just my perception. And so I think there's a greater challenge for pitchers when they get to the big leagues. But yes, the fact that the royals haven't developed their pitching has been a big problem early this season. But they're also not hitting very much either. And the last one is from at Sarah K underscore sports. Oh my gosh, I wonder who that is. She seems super cool. Definitely definitely not me. I don't know who that is. If there was a zombie apocalypse, who would you rather be an alliance with? Justin Verlander or Max Scherzer. Oh my gosh. You know, Sarah Kate, I might have you answer this question since you posed it. Since we're not we're not into forming alliances, golly. You know what? I think I'd probably go with Scherzer. What about you? You know, I would have to agree. And just to be clear, if there is ever a zombie apocalypse, I'm not surviving. There's just no way. You know what? And two, I think the reason why is because max has those different colored eyes. Maybe he'd freak out the zombies a little bit. Maybe the zombies wouldn't care, but it would be an extra weapon you could have. Yes, exactly. You know, you can never be too prepared when it comes to a zombie apocalypse. So that's it for bleacher tweets, be sure to submit your questions every week using hashtag bleacher tweets. Be sure to also check us out on YouTube. We had our great package claim Monday episode up right now and we'll have another one on Monday. So be sure to check that out. That's it for today. That's it for this week, my thanks to Jim, Jess, Sarah. Have a great day, everybody. Thanks for listening..
"bet" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"And at this point, we should be able to say this was a ball. This was a strike. Let's make it right. Okay, this is where me being a reporter, I always look for that potential slippery slope and what you're talking about because I feel like, okay, if you put in challenges like that and teams save them up for like, say, a big moment in the 9th inning. That will inevitably lead to the question of why should we accept that call in the first inning when we know we have the ability to get it right? Which would be the argument for going to an E zone without having any umpire input. Which I'm totally okay with. And I think I honestly think buster if we're having this conversation 5 years, 8 years from now, that's where we're going to be. I believe that's where it's going to end up, but I don't know how long it's going to take. I just feel like where we're at with technology. And honestly, if we want to reach more younger fans and we want the people at home that literally live on electronics, this is their language. They aren't going to be able to watch the game unless they understand, wait, wait, that was a strike, and they called it a ball. I don't understand. Like, why can't they just get the call right? This is where this is where we're headed. I think you're right. And I think it's going to happen sooner rather than later, because more, as I say, more and more players are driving this conversation. They just want the calls made correctly. I was like, how are you not out there? I know you have all your different hats that you wear every time you mow your lawn. You got all your caps and I was like, wait, someone else is mowing buster's lawn, like where are we at right now? All right, Jess, thank you. All right,.
"bet" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Can put this ball in play, but I'm not going to be able to drive this ball. So we're asking for now hitters to be able at the level of greatness that we're seeing, to be able to recognize the difference of centimeters. When a ball is coming 99 miles an hour or then dropping it at 78 and being able to do that while making this mechanical adjustments to put themselves in the best position. It is insane to me and that's why when I hear a batter like Taylor ward, who's gone through and we're talking done catcher to third base to outfield to now is a hitter being able to drastically change everything that he's done. I mean, it shows dedication, but also you get in game buster and there's a reason why everyone talks about it in few do it because once you get in the game, let's just go back to what we're comfortable with, right? I mean, that's like when it's like panic mode and I've got two strikes and here's 99 miles an hour. I'm going back to what makes me feel comfortable and more times the knots with the same swing you've been doing since ten years old. Yeah. And it's because of that effort that's required. I think you'll agree with me. Is the reason why incorrect ball strike calls seem to be bothering hitters more than ever. Where they're feeling is, you know what? We work on this. We're working hours in there and put ourselves in a position. And we make a correct judgment on whether a strike is the pitch that's coming across or near the plate. And the umpire gets it wrong. That drives some crazy, especially when they walk off the field and you and I know they go right back into the dugout right into the Clubhouse. They look at a modern and say, uh huh. K zone says I was right in the empire was wrong. You know, this is a situation we had the other night with the braves and the Red Sox, Kevin plaque of the Red Sox was down in an O2 count bases loaded two outs, Thai score, 7th inning, he's down the count owed it to the column U, he works account back to three and two. He takes a pinch clearly below the zone. Replay shows that it was clearly below the zone and it was called a strike. And he lost his mind, Alice korol lost his mind. They both get ejected and the Red Sox later lose the game. They should have been leading in that moment for three, but instead they go on to lose the game, which just led to the conversation I had yesterday on the pods with Dave schoenfield about how do we deal with this whole issue with the strike zone. We know that baseball, at some point, could go to the electronic strike zone, but I mentioned it, Dave, that I've kind of shifted my thought process on initially I was all in on the E zone, but now I hate the idea that catcher, which is the most enjoyable position to me, the most fun position, all that nuance that's been built up over decades, that all would go away. And catcher would become an offensive position. So I don't know if I love that. And I know umpires also, they don't want to go to an E zone. So here's my compromise, and I want to see if you are interested in this. In umpire, meritocracy, rather than rotate all four umpires on every crew say, we got a couple guys who are going to call balls and strikes. Kind of like with a pitching staff. You have your number one and number two have two guys that your ball struck on strike umpires have someone who has demonstrated through metrics that he's really good at calls it first base. Put that guy at that position every day. And then the veteran guy, you know, the crew chief, so to speak, who can run the replays and have other administrative duties, you put him at third base, but you rotate the best ball strike umpires, and we judge those years to year. And you earn that right. You know, you just don't simply rotate through because you're one of all these umpires because you and I know there's some guys who really good at it and some guys who aren't so good at it. I mean, I like it if we're really trying to work the snail's pace to get to where we're eventually all going to get, which is an electronic strike. So that was a nice way of saying, no, I don't agree with you. Let's go to the E zero. Well, no, because I've never heard that. And actually, I like the idea of the fact that, especially because you were talking about pitch framing for catchers, like the art of what a catcher is and not wanting to just automatically eliminate it. I mean, I really like what they're doing in the minor leagues right now, which is you're still have your home plate umpire, but in a call like with the Red Sox just the other night, you have the ability to review it. So let's be real. When we're watching these games at home, we're in the booth. Everyone knows striped about they can see it. Immediate real time, we know. The one person that doesn't know sometimes is the guy behind the plate, which I get, they're gonna make mistakes. They can't be able to pinpoint every single time. And even with your umpires that know, these are the best, the best. They're still gonna make mistakes. My thing is if they make a mistake and it's a 8 zero game, when it's a three one count, that's fine. It's the big moments. That's why we have replay reviews for everything else. Be able to go and in real time they could tell you red light green light ball strike, hey, I need a review that call. Just like in tennis, hey, out in, you know, was this where it was because with our electronics, the technology now, it's almost silly that we aren't able because my fear buster is we're going to get to October, and now that we've understood this is happening already in the minor leagues, it is coming in Major League Baseball. There are going to be calls that are made that are wrong. That are going to affect the game behind the plate. And at this point, we should be able to say this was a ball. This was a strike. Let's make it right. Okay, this is where me being a reporter, I always.
"bet" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"We were given about what the Yankees did and what the Astros did, this is clearly not in the same ballpark. Clearly the Astros did more to bend the rules than the Yankees did. And then this is just Brian cashman saying, look, this study has been done. And you guys did more than we did. So I'm going to leave this alone. I thought that's the way Brian cashman operates I wasn't surprised at all that he was outspoken and defending his team and his guys. The guardians yesterday announced that now 7 members they're coaching staff have been hit with COVID or under COVID protocols. I reached out to our friend Terry franconia yesterday. It was right after he'd taken a bus back from Chicago to Cleveland. Kim, I thought this was all behind us. Yeah, I'm really worried, busher. I mean, the whole COVID thing is still here. And we were hoping to some degree this would be not a COVID affected season like the last two, but clearly it is now. And when 7 coaches get this, I guess that's better than 7 players getting it. I guess. But this is really discouraging. And let's just hope this is isolated, but I don't think we can not be naive and think this is the only time this is going to happen this year. We're one team gets hit hard like this. It's discouraging for me. I wanted to ask you today about bob Melvin. The manager of the Padres who had surgery the other day. Padres announced it won't be for another week before they tell us exactly what's going on with them. Bob told reporters that he doesn't think that what he has with this prostate is cancer. But we don't know yet. You know him far better than I do. You know, what, tell me about bob Melvin. Well, he's a great manager. Maybe one of the three best managers in the game. He's wicked smart and he's got such a great feel with people..
"bet" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"I'm going to play just sign me and then he went out and hit 49 homers and won the MVP for the cops. Now, if your house 9 runner, the owner of the Yankees on one hand, you're excited about the team is playing and you get a lot of interest, a lot of eyeballs in this team. It's a fun team to watch. And in the distance though, Tim, I see these storm clouds gathering for Hal Steinbrenner because this is developing into an unbelievable litmus test that now has a different context that Steve because Steve Cohen owns the mets, right? We're going to get to free agency in the fall because Aaron judge having turned down that Yankees offer. It's not like he's going to in mid season say, hey, can we talk again and he'll reach free agency and we continues to play this well. He's going to get an offers of over $300 million, and if your Steinbrenner after what Steve Cohen's done with the mets, man there's going to be some special and new type of pressure on him. Right. I don't think there's any doubt any time of course when the mets and Yankees are competing for anything New York postseason, whatever it is, but when you're talking about a premier player like this, this would open up a whole new word to free agency. If Steve Cohen would get involved for Aaron judge after the season, which you're right, you know he would have to look at that and then it would be up to the anxious to say we're not letting this guy go, period and we can't let him go across town. And Tim, I think there would be pressure, even if the mets don't get involved, like Steve Cohen might say, look, we got to pay other people. We're not going to focus on him, but he's, you know, he now, what Colin has done for the mets is a little bit like when George Steinbrenner owned the Yankees where, you know what? We're going to go after the best player. And that now becomes the standard in New York. And so even if the mets don't go after them, say it's the Giants that do with the Dodgers or some other big market team, there's going to be pressure on Steinbrenner because of what Cohen's done with the meds. Fascinating scenario and I can wait till the off season believe me buster, but that will be one of the great stories of next off season. All right, what'd you think of what Brian cashman said in response to Astra's owner Jim crane? Well, I'm not surprised that Brian cashman said what he said and the way he said it because at least according to the proof.
"bet" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Elbow injury and he had a home run last night, got another big hit, so he'll hit through this. He just can't throw through this. Yeah, it certainly, you know, potentially blows up the Phillies plans because Bryce Harper is the best of those three corner outfielders by far. I think you would agree with me on that Castellanos and schwarber. So probably what David and brownskin, John Middleton, the owner of the Phillies were thinking was, you know what? We can live with one bad outfielder. You know, we can have either schwarber, Castellanos, play at corner. We get a Bryce in the other corner most of the time, occasionally move Bryce Harper to DH, and that way, we'll be functional in the outfield, but Tim, now that can happen. Indefinitely. And on top of that, here's the worst case scenario, is that at some point he's going to need Tommy John surgery. And the Phillies will be looking at a situation where the guy that they gave a $335 million contract to the phrase their franchise is going to miss a whole season. Yeah, that's discouraging news. And if you're a Phillies fan, you can't even think about that now. You have the hope he can get through the season healthy and hit and do the best he can and then face a much longer time out. Plus, we've talked about alkyl defense many times. And again, I go way back on this the 87 Orioles who were terrible. And the worst outfield defense I've ever seen. And it affected their pitching, which wasn't very good to begin with. But I watched pictures, they were literally afraid to throw the ball over the plate because they knew the ball was put in play, especially the outfield. It was not going to be caught. And that can affect the way a pitcher goes about things when he looks around and doesn't have faith that if the ball is hit in the air, we're going to catch some. The one thing I would say and I'm curious if you agree with me when you hear about something having a torn ligament in his elbow. When we first started hearing that many years ago, it was like, well, it's a done deal. He's going to have Tommy John. It does feel like that players can get through this and can be functional as possible to navigate your way through without having that surgery. And maybe the best, the best example of that is masahiro Tanaka, who, you know, we heard about, he had this partially torn elbow ligament. We talked about it. I did anyway about like a time bomb. It was not a matter of if it was a matter of when, who knows with Bryce, right? And as you pointed out, he's demonstrated that he can still hit with whatever issue he has here. Yeah, and I remember Tanaka well about this. I was told repeatedly while he's going to have to have the surgery. He's not going to be able to get by without it. And not only did he get by without, and he was pretty good without it. And that's a pitcher throwing a hundred pitches a game as opposed to a right Fielder who every once in a while, only once in a while really has to cut loops. That's really difficult to play right field unless you're a 100% healthy throwing the ball, but guys have done Bryce Harper's a tough guy and I can't imagine him saying, yeah, I'm going to sit out a year because I can't throw very well. I think he's going to stay in there and hit no matter what. All right, let's pivot to the Yankees and absolutely impressive win last night. They're facing Dylan sees, who's been one of the best pitchers in the American League this year. Early on, he's striking guys out left and right. He racked up 11 in the first four innings, showed an incredible change up, which is, you know, 20 mph less than his fastball, plus he's got a good breaking ball, and Tim, they absolutely wore him down with great at bats after great at bats. They are 23 and 8, which is right in the same neighborhood as some of the best Yankee teams that we've ever seen. How good are these guys? Well, they're pretty darn good, buster. And back to cease for a minute again, just another pitching line slash performance that personifies the way baseball is played today. He got hit hard last night and still struck out and love of guys with four innings. No one's ever struck out 11 batters in an outing of four innings or less. Ever. And not only did he do that, he gave up 6 runs because he got pounded because Stanton judge hit one the Yankees are 20 and one when those guys hit a home run in the same game and this is a good offensive team we're finally starting to see that. But what we've seen buster all year, the reason they're 23 and 8 is how well they have pitched. I told you I saw boonie in spring training and I asked him if as rotation, I went through and I got to nest your Cortez 5th and he goes 5th. That's just going to make the all star team. This was in spring training. And I didn't laugh. But he said, watch this guy's great. You know we had a good year last year. He's been spectacular this year. They're starting pitching especially has been good. And I think the Yankees are going to make the playoffs with this team. We'll see if they can continue to play this way for most of the season. As of this morning, they are 12 games ahead of the Boston Red Sox. I sent a note to our friend Sarah langs this morning about how often a team is dug itself out of a deficit that deep. And look, you know, there are other teams that obviously competing with the Yankees, the rays and the Jays, but it really says something 12 games that had a Boston already. And we're not even in May 15th yet, which is kind of crazy. It's pretty clear that the heart of the Yankee start is Aaron judge. Tim, before the season starts, as you know, he turned down an offer from the Yankees of $213.5 million. I had people on the player side. I had someone in the union. I had agents, I had to club executives saying, boy, I don't know, that's a pretty fair offer. That's a good offer for a guy who's going to turn 30. And this is Aaron judge betting on himself. Tim, as of this morning, at his current pace, the way he's going so far, he'll finish this season with a 125 runs, 31 doubles, 57 homers, a one 30, a 136 RBI. So far slash line this year two 96 average three 59 on base, 6 35 slugging, which is the highest in his career. And I was trying to think of comparables in baseball history when you saw someone bet heavily on himself. And I really couldn't think of a perfect comp, maybe the best one I could think of was when CC Sabathia was traded to the brewers and the Indians at that time make a huge offer to Sabathia the way that the Yankees did to judge. But Sabbath is you remember down the stretch, agreed to pitch on three days rest repeatedly for the brewers, which people around baseball thought, man, he is crazy to agree to that, but you know what? Along the way, he checked every box. You know, not only was he a great pitcher, but he was a great teammate. He did all the intangible things. And I feel like Aaron judge is doing that this year. Having bet on himself so much. What do you think? Yeah, well, it's too early to have leaders for the MVP, but he's the leader for the MVP. And absolutely tremendous. And I'm with you. And I heard from a lot of people also, that was a very fair offer that the Yankees made, given his age and his injury history, but he is playing through it. And let's face it buster if this is a case this year where the ball is not going to travel like it has in recent years. And now some of our pixie little middle infielders are going to recognize, I can't hit the ball out of the ballpark anymore. Maybe there'll be an even greater premium on the big guys that can hit home runs like Pete Alonso and of course Aaron judge. So maybe he's coming out at the perfect time if the ball isn't flying theory goes for the entire season. Maybe his value goes up even more. This is really impressive. It's not comparable, but remember betting on yourself, you know, Andre Dawson during that terrible time in the 80s when no one would offer him something anything in contract. He just said, look, here's the contract. I don't care what you pay me..
"bet" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Order to go to the terminal. I am going to St. Louis today. I can't wait. I'm doing the radio game tomorrow, and then I'm replacing you and dug out on Sunday Night. So it's going to be great. Yeah, my daughter is Sydney is graduating from college this weekend. You've been through this twice, what advice do you have for me? Well, this will be a great moment for you and your daughter and your entire family. And it will be a precursor to what is coming next eventually, maybe she'll get married, she'll have children, all this other stuff. Who knows? I just know that as a dad, the older the kids get, the more powerful the moments become. Yeah, I'm looking forward to it. I know it's something that you and I have talked about in the past about all the cool experiences you get to share with your kids as you go along. All right, let's talk first about Bryce Harper in a lot of talk at last night about Aaron judge and the Yankees. But I actually thought that this news was the most significant yesterday not only because of where we are in the moment with the Phillies. I think moving forward as well. What does this all mean with Bryce Harper's elbow? Well, he's not going to be able to throw for another month now, which means he's going to have to be the DH because he's the reigning MVP and he's off to a good start, which means that challenged Philadelphia outfield defense is going to be challenged even more because the cassiano's Kyle schwarber are going to have to play the outfield because Harper is going to have to be the DH. Well, they can get by with schwarber. They certainly can get by with cassianus. You've got to have all three of those guys in the order as often as you can, but eventually eventually outfield defense can pay a price if it's not a car, but we'll see. And I think Harper is going to hit because soon after he.
David McCormick Gives an Update on His Campaign in Pennsylvania
"Where do things stand Hey Mark how are you Thanks for having me You bet Thank you It's a dead sprint you know It's 6 days to go And you can feel it People told me that Pennsylvania sort of finishes late and you can feel there's about 20% of the voters still deciding it can feel people focus I've been driving across the state today I've done 5 or 6 stops And listen there people are mad about the direction of the country They're scared about the American Dream slipping away They're pissed off about inflation and gas prices and fentanyl In our great Tom wall at the Pennsylvania and they're looking for a fighter that's going to go to Washington and push back on this crazy weakness and weakness And so it's a tight race in the polling It looks very close among myself and memorizing Kathy Barnett And the race is going to be decided in the next 6 days So it's exciting and I feel like I'm getting good momentum but it's all about execution
Balancing Conversations With Liberal Friends and Family
"Hey Charlie, my name is Jonathan. I go to cast a Fullerton. And I guess I have a simple question. Like in a family full of conservatives, we're kind of the minority in the grand family. I just want to know how I can converse with the rest of my family being like liberal. And especially my Friends as well. Without obviously causing Discord in too much hurt, I guess. Yeah. Well, never be the source of hurt. That's my first piece of advice. So don't be the one to call names or try to disassociate from people. But I think every conservative here in this audience would agree that you lost friends, but they left you. You didn't leave them. And I never support the severing of friendships over politics. But I'm also realistic. It happens all the time where people stop being friends with you because of politics. I bet every single person in this room could resonate with that. So look, this is a, this is a situation where you're going to have to balance. Are you going to tell the truth when there might be a consequence to it? And it's also how you say it. It's also how you communicate it, having that balance of a 100% grace with a 100% truth, trying to be magnanimous, and how you communicate, I think is really, really important. But also, you know, understanding that in family dynamics, you have to prioritize whether or not you want the family to kind of stay together, whether or not you want to make a political point. And I don't say this advice lightly. There's some politics that there's some families that should never discuss politics. And there's an argument for that. It's like they're so rigid in their beliefs. It's just going to cause a Civil War. Now, some people say, you know what? I'm going to say what I want to say and I know personally. Dozens of examples of parents that don't talk to children anymore. I think that's really unhealthy. I think it's not good at all. But it's a balance. I think that everyone should know where you stand. And then the final piece of advice is go to work on a family member where there's a little bit of openness.
Justice Dept. Doesn't Care About Progressives Protesting Justices
"I've been giving a lot of thought to a hypothetical situation, say a bunch of Trump supporters decided to target liberal justices on the Supreme Court and showed up in their neighborhood. Went to their suburban home, where they lived with their families. And they were shouting and screaming and threatening from the street. I wonder if we'd be able to have the consistency to stand up and say that's wrong. Well, of course we would. Because we're wired differently than they are. We respect the boundaries that families should get to enjoy in the privacy of their home. But to Democrats, to the left, to the media, to The White House, apparently to the Justice Department, all bets are off when it's progressives crossing that line. They are breaking the law, you know.
Everything the Left Touches, It Ruins
"Everything in the left touches, it ruins. That was my original way of putting it. I would say destroys, I debate between ruins and destroys because ruin is not as strong as destroyed because destroy is permanent. Although that's not even true, you can destroy a building and rebuild it, I guess. So they destroy everything they touch. Is this the first time in American history that the Supreme Court has needed to be plucked off from the public? Is it? I wonder. It's not the first time? No. You don't know. I don't know either, but I, if I had to bet on it, I would bet on it. I don't recall it in my lifetime. The left is evil, liberals vote for evil, even though a lot of them are nice people. And that's the story of the state of the United States in a nutshell. It is an amazing thing, isn't it?
Understanding the Voices of Young Conservatives in
"Now, Tom, I am a big believer in holding up younger people. You're one of the younger people, but there are lots of people who are under 40 like Charles CW cook at the national guy Benson. Mary Katherine ham. The conservative movement has to regenerate from George William at Buckley and I daresay myself. I'm 66, right? I can't keep doing this forever. And I don't plan on it. So are you are you biased towards younger voices and how do you vet them for credibility? That's a fantastic question. So I think as we build in, I want both. I want to hear all the different sections because then we have both experienced and that kind of util creativity. But the idea of betting really, I suppose, we have a will have Kelly nyder, who was a college student who was almost physically attacked, actually, frankly, was physically attacked for trying to hold an event on her campus. It's a question of engaging, right? Emailing, talking on the phone, seeing the links to the profile and sometimes you know, you just you've got to roll the dice because this isn't someone who has written somewhere before, but ultimately that's the way it has to go.
Russia Ukraine War Ballet Dancers-Ballet Intro and
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How Russia's Attack on Ukraine Exposed Their Military Struggles
"Inability of Russia to command the air. We've grown so used to that watching in 91 with the invasion in Iraq and in 2001, the expedition to Afghanistan, 2003, the invasion of Iraq. We secured air control. What is happened here? Why haven't the Russians been able to do that and do they have it over eastern Ukraine right now as they begin their new offensive? They certainly have more control over spaces where they have control on the ground. And so yes, they have a higher degree of control in eastern Ukraine. The reason they have not established control across the entire country, I think, are threefold. One, it's a vast country. If you put a map of Ukraine on top of the northeastern United States, it runs from New York City to Chicago from Raleigh, North Carolina to the Toronto, north of Detroit. It's a huge land space and therefore a huge airspace. Second point, the Russian inability to conduct effective logistics that we saw and continue to see on the ground, no reason to believe they're much better at doing it with their air forces. So secondly, I'm going to bet on bad logistics bad maintenance. And then thirdly, and perhaps most importantly, again, the fighting spirit of the Ukrainians into welcoming hands we have placed an awful lot of capability so far kind of low level stingers up to ten, 12,000 feet, watch when those S 300s come online and if we give them additional combat aircraft are already flying their own testing, if we up our game there, don't look again for any change in the battlefield or in the air above it, Russia will continue to struggle there as well.
Harvard Sets up $100 Million Endowment Fund for Slavery Reparations
"In demand. I wonder if Harvard will consider collecting a fund up and take a fund and dispense money to the Asian people that they've discriminated against. You've been following that story recently. I'll bet that won't cross their mind, but let's spend a hundred, let's waste a $100 million to come to the conclusion that we all already all have that slavery was horrible. I'm telling you it is one more step towards reparations. That's all this is
Workers unionize at flagship Seattle Starbucks roastery
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Smylie Kaufman Turns PGA Commentator
"So you're going to go commentate at the PGA. You're going to sit in the you're going to sit in the booth, a booth, abuse. I can do some PGA Tour live. Yeah, it's either booth or on course reporting. I'm not, I think it's it might be on course. But it's ESPN+ coverage of the PGA Championship. Going to be there all week. Don't really know more than that. Just that I'll be there with a mic and hopefully some hot takes here and there and I'm sure there will be plenty degenerates that'll have the group bets out watching and hopefully I can provide good coverage
The first cruise ship in two years sails into Sydney harbour
"The the the the first first first first cruise cruise cruise cruise ship ship ship ship to to to to dock dock dock dock in in in in Sydney Sydney Sydney Sydney Australia Australia Australia Australia in in in in two two two two years years years years sailed sailed sailed sailed into into into into the the the the city's city's city's city's harbor harbor harbor harbor uhhuh uhhuh uhhuh explore explore explore all all all by by by piano piano piano Australia Australia Australia arrive arrive arrive carrying carrying carrying just just just crew crew crew it it it could could could welcome welcome welcome close close close to to to two two two thousand thousand thousand passengers passengers passengers and and and is is is operated operated operated by by by nine nine nine hundred hundred hundred twenty twenty twenty four four four staff staff staff members members members at at at full full full capacity capacity capacity there there there were were were plenty plenty plenty of of of potential potential potential passengers passengers passengers like like like Cory Cory Cory Martin Martin Martin at at at the the the harbor harbor harbor I've I've I've grown grown grown up up up with with with cruising cruising cruising not not not really really really love love love them them them it's it's it's actually actually actually great great great to to to have have have him him him back back back and and and I'm I'm I'm extremely extremely extremely keen keen keen to to to get get get on on on them them them again again again so so so today today today is is is really really really just just just a a a day day day of of of celebrating celebrating celebrating cruise cruise cruise ships ships ships have have have not not not been been been allowed allowed allowed to to to dock dock dock in in in Australia Australia Australia since since since thirty thirty thirty passengers passengers passengers died died died on on on the the the ruby ruby ruby princess princess princess two two two years years years ago ago ago at at at the the the start start start of of of the the the corona corona corona virus virus virus pandemic pandemic pandemic travel travel travel agent agent agent Dianne Dianne Dianne Martin Martin Martin is is is ready ready ready to to to get get get to to to work work work the the the last last last two two two years years years I I I have have have been been been doing doing doing refunds refunds refunds and and and cancellations cancellations cancellations and and and all all all those those those sort sort sort of of of things things things so so so it it it is is is just just just so so so nice nice nice they they they have have have to to to be be be talking talking talking about about about creating creating creating a a a strikeout strikeout strikeout the the the Pacific Pacific Pacific explores explores explores first first first cruise cruise cruise is is is scheduled scheduled scheduled for for for may may may thirty thirty thirty first first first I I I bet bet bet Donahue Donahue Donahue
Biden to require US-made steel, iron for infrastructure
"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is taking taking taking taking another another another another step step step step in in in in his his his his made made made made in in in in America America America America plan plan plan plan requiring requiring requiring requiring that that that that construction construction construction construction materials materials materials materials bought bought bought bought for for for for use use use use of of of of the the the the bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure infrastructure package package package package be be be be produced produced produced produced in in in in the the the the US US US US administration administration administration administration officials officials officials officials say say say say that that that that applies applies applies applies to to to to all all all all iron iron iron iron steel steel steel steel and and and and everything everything everything everything else else else else used used used used in in in in bridges bridges bridges bridges water water water water pipes pipes pipes pipes and and and and other other other other projects projects projects projects but but but but the the the the rules rules rules rules also also also also allow allow allow allow for for for for waiving waiving waiving waiving the the the the requirements requirements requirements requirements if if if if those those those those materials materials materials materials cost cost cost cost too too too too much much much much or or or or if if if if there there there there aren't aren't aren't aren't enough enough enough enough domestic domestic domestic domestic producers producers producers producers the the the the president's president's president's president's been been been been touting touting touting touting efforts efforts efforts efforts to to to to promote promote promote promote American American American American manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing manufacturing every every every every action action action action I I I I take take take take you you you you to to to to rebuild rebuild rebuild rebuild our our our our economy's economy's economy's economy's been been been been guided guided guided guided by by by by one one one one principle principle principle principle made made made in in in America America America betting betting betting that that that will will will create create create more more more jobs jobs jobs and and and ease ease ease supply supply supply chain chain chain pressures pressures pressures are are are not not not only only only helps helps helps lower lower lower everyday everyday everyday prices prices prices for for for family family family inflation inflation inflation is is is a a a major major major political political political drag drag drag on on on the the the president president president and and and Democrats Democrats Democrats heading heading heading into into into mid mid mid term term term elections elections elections that that that will will will decide decide decide congressional congressional congressional control control control Sager Sager Sager mag mag mag ani ani ani Washington Washington Washington
Biden Ends Title 42 for Immigrants; Extends Mask Mandate for Americans
"Up we have so many crises from every direction right The border crisis That is just endless 1.7 million illegal immigrants over the past year a million in just the last 6 months Title 42 going away in May and all bets are off I mean we hear numbers that are all over the map but I mean like literally we could have a million not in 6 months but in 6 weeks is what we're being told You start taking a look at all this I mean we've had more illegal immigration In the United States of America under Joe Biden as president thus far then the population of 11 states It is truly remarkable What's happening here But then what you really need to do is mask the coconuts And what just happened there I'm going somewhere with this Because the Biden administration you know they certainly have their priority We're getting rid of title 42 right Which is about health It's about health But by God the CDC this week what did they do Oh they certainly extended the mass policy for transportation So there's irony in this You now have the CDC extending mask policy to the time the title 42 is going away Isn't that fun So you can enter this country illegally You can do whatever the heck you want to taxpayers expense We even send you where you want to go at taxpayer expense But you know the bigger thing here is that we really should be masking the
Caller: Black Nationalism Is Being Amplified by Politicians, Media
"My point, my point is real quickly. Black nationalism in a city is being amplified when you have government officials and the media just completely professing every day that the major problem we have in this issue is in this country is white supremacy. When they don't have any data or anything to back it up, they were complaining about president Trump and his supporters and dog whistles. What bet greater dog whistle could you have than the media and actually the president of the United States? Constantly telling you that the white race is your enemy. You're right. That's such an important argument. And that's a point that Tucker Carlson made last night. That's an absolute compelling argument if people are being told over and over and over again. That the nation is overrun with racist, vicious, white supremacists who only want to kill black people. Then why would we be shocked that a guy like this guy in Brooklyn, New York would do what he did?
Mike Gallagher's Prediction Was Right
"Do you remember when I said this, if you were listening yesterday to the Mike Gallagher show, you heard me share this opinion. You mark my words by the end of the day, some prominent Democrat will do what Democrats always do after a mass shooting and they'll blame the gun rather than the evil person who pulled the trigger. So we had an office pool. I think Derek won because he was the one who said it probably will be the mayor. I'll bet you it'll be mayor Eric Adams, who's of course locked down in COVID quarantine. He's got a flag in his bedroom and he's sitting there on Skype because he's got COVID, although he seems to be functioning just great. So thankfully, mild symptoms or no symptoms, but he is in lockdown, unable to lead the city in person because of COVID. Now we can argue about that. In a moment. But I want you to hear what Eric Adams said. Fulfilling my prediction that the left that people on the left love to vilify and inanimate object, but they are reluctant to say bad things about the actual person who uses. The inanimate
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"bet" Discussed on Bet The Process
"Were more than seven people claim to be one of the seven. So i was like didn't already meet you like did you. Non it's seven seven synon- synonymous a circuit synchronous. I don't know. I just think this is only seven. I think that like on any given episode. I've looked at the analytics. we have seven listed. So i've never seen more than seven. I've never seen less so. I don't think they've all these guys have listened to the same episode. That's a good point. Might be seven times the amount of episodes we've done we've probably done one hundred episodes at this point. Maybe probably more probably don't two hundred episodes way more than one hundred. If you think about we've done it for four years Like we jonathan. For i think more than four years right. No full weren't season five but the fifth year we started in august twenty seventeen as i was about to go on remote year. I remember the first episode we recorded. I was in like a house in rehoboth beach for fantasy football draft twenty seventeen. But i we've done. Let's say you know there's fifty two weeks year. Let's maybe we do average of maybe what care something like. Even if it's i mean i think we're probably like maybe one forties Okay so you show up in this thing. There's more than seven listeners. That have come up to you and like what's the scene. It's on the roof. You guys are all drinking. Assumedly like who. Who of our friends was there like. I mean i don't know come geog. It's friend but i like him. Jaguars he was there. So is there was solid. You come down from. Canada rib rib mic rib. Made appearance. no way he really came down from canada. Yeah he was there. I didn't even get a chance to really talk to him. And ask how he was able to scape- you ended up. But you get or. I need to play golf with him at some point. I literally didn't get a chance to talk to him. I said hi and that was about it. 'cause it was yeah there was basically like i'll tell you a met for the first time who's an awesome human. Being to like like amazing human being like alphonso. Alphonso straffing easily uses super. Nice guy. have you met him to just such jin like in the listeners. I ever wants to meet the Unlike you they can wait until you heard. Silent aveling edme afonso at a slow eighty last year at a conference. It was la around one of the gambling conferences. I forget which one it was in yes. He's super super nice. His name tags rica stories. What his name tags said fons also which i light. He's not even in the industry though anymore another job. Yeah i mean. But he's he follows the business side of it so much. I feel like they no get back into this. You know. I feel like people at captain. Jack alphonso like they. No i mean no so much more about the business. The business of di do in guys like largest. Of course i feel like. I've yeah i feel like i'm just trying to soak up information from from them but i also do think it's funny. I think when you go to something like this you realize that the people that are that have the most to say they're the ones that claim to know the least the ones that have claimed to know the least. Yeah i mean the whole the more you know the more you realize you don't know right..
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"Person While you know. I don't want to single out one person that wouldn't be nice to everybody else. One of they gotta for the for. I'll tell you who. I met for the first time this weekend. I played golf with him. and i play golf with them the day before actually but i had never met chris just before and he's like an awesome guy. He's really nice guy. Yeah i'm i'm officially you. You actually introduce me and told him to like do a call with him and you never met cleanup ahead in person yeah. We've we've talked a lot but we've never met in person interesting Can i tell you one of the guys. I'm playing with tomorrow's three seven again. That's hosting me at club. Easy to give me a lot of strokes just throwing that out there Okay so you met for. You met forward gist. I think is his name right. Let's say pronounce. It vargas for just for this or just. I think everybody calls far guests. But it's far actually was originally like a Ran some of the sports at a at a draftkings right. That's his claim to fame yet while he was professional poker player before that none. I think he was the head of sportsbook for for draftkings and he did particularly poorly when he got to know like my first introduction. Chris vargas was when he he got a phone call from him. This is like summer of this is a twenty eighteen. Twenty nineteen basically saying 'cause gone up. Bet some golf. I'd lutely gone up and put in thirty two thousand dollars in action some golf tournament and lost twenty four thousand of it and and i get a call from him basically saying he wanted to tell me in person that he was cutting my limits and it was it was but he was nice about it. He explained why you know. And i was. I mean we've then we talked about the industry for like a half hour more. And and what have you cut your limits to where he was coming from. I think he he didn't like it. Wasn't that it was like. I'm just like it was like half or something like that. It wasn't it wasn't like down to ten dollars you know. Did he explain to you why he was doing it. Like what was his reasoning. Gary extreme memory reasoning. But well i mean but it's it's largely reasoning that i mean there are retail book. They you know. I mean i i i. I'm not asking you what his real reasons were. I'm asking you what he said to you because ultimately now i'll explain to wine a second serious how he framed. It's you in what he said. He was pretty authentic. Authentic conversation about it. Like i just remember being like this guys like. What did he say he said. I'm cutting your limits. Because i don't like you because you're a dog's name. What did he say something like that. What did he really say. I don't remember man. It was like two years ago. I remember when i'm gone. Black backed off in black and that was my point. Jeff i remember getting blocked off from blackjack to people in you. I play dumb or something. And the guy i remember..
"bet" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Yeah we stayed there once and it was great and for whatever reason and i gotta go i always hark back to management being owning my own business it all comes down to whoever's running the show somebody there is doing a good job. Dealers are always friendly. They're always engaging they're always nice and you always seem to. You know have a good time so yeah all right one last call. Here's david haymarket. Dr mike this is david from northern california here since he called david last time on your show but i call in and the message mark. Thanks for all responding to my emails even when they get really long. I should have taken your advice to my last email calling a host of change my reservation. That's six hundred dollars. Three playoff disappeared my wife's offers online and biggest and that sort of writing these last few months. We still at least have our conference room and are heading out today far. It's our first time in a year and a half and excited to be back again for being awesome and we'll try to call back with the trip report after. Call us back and good luck on your trip. David emailed us. He had already reserved comte room at planet hollywood and later he saw that he had a better offer that included a bunch of free play and he had asked us. Would he have to cancel his current reservation to take advantage of this new one. Yeah you basically do. usually you do cancel. And i had suggested that maybe he contact a host because host can usually look at a real quick and oh yeah let me switch that over so that you know. Maybe it's a different reservation but you know take care for it but it sounded like he didn't jump on it and then the offer was gone so yeah absolutely if you do see a better offer yeah go ahead and cancel. The one that you have is. The new offer really is better and try to take advantage of the new one. And i have a hosted for you. If you're able to and i think the host would be more than happy to do that because once again if it's run right and was air one they wanna make people happy and you get a better offer. You know you go home until your friends. Hey i went there and you know. They gave me a better offer. It's like a supermarket that matches coupons from another planet. I mean they want your business and the way to get it is to treat you right. So that's the theme of this episode. I guess yeah. Treat us right and we'll be at your door perio literally. That's gonna do it for this episode. We wanna thank some people for some recurring paypal. Donations kurt robin from anytime gambling. Justin and nathan. Thank you once again for those recurring donations. We also got a donation from samuel. He says it's a karma donation for a vegas trip. June sixteenth through june twentieth. So that area now..
"bet" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"I tend to end up toke button more almost like myself into to picking up her everybody else's slack anyway said i just wanted to see if you guys noticed a trend downward and token your tables and also i've noticed that especially when it's cold for folks like that the more i hope the better my adt is jim rating way way higher couple of hours later. Check my account. Or whatever. And i noticed way more your credit earning threat that session than that. What i typically would get so anyway. Love show host curious what you guys thought about that. Look forward to make sure. Yeah for a good man. Y'all i agree. Yeah that's great tipping almost all of our craps place since the reopening has been harrison california. You and i made some separate quick vegas trips but all we can go on is our experience at harrah's and there are so many regulars have you seen a change in the tipping not really. I think craps overall people tip last. That's true anyway Another gains but i haven't seen a decrease and tips and and you'll find certain players always tip right and you'll find people. I mean there are people out there who are regular release people but never tip. Yeah i mean. I never see him tip. So yeah probably hasn't changed. It doesn't take a lot to tip a dealer really people always think. Oh i got to put five no you. Don't you can put a dollar. They're more than happy with that. So you know. Is there less tipping. Kind of out there in vegas other casinos. We can't say at this point. We just haven't gone anywhere. Really since the reopening imagine it has a lot to do with people's how things are going in their life how their funds are in how their work is and so. This could be a hard time for could be right. You know as far as losing their job for you know for about possibly losing their job so you. I've got five hundred dollars for this vegas trip. I'm not gonna blow it and so that could have something to do with. Yeah could be all right next up is damn. Hey good day. This is dan from maryland. Hey had a pretty good weekend but any of those sour note and just wanted to get your guys thoughts on. It played a two day tournament maryland. Live and actually did a ten chip shop for you know. My share is about thirteen case. So i felt like i could go play. Some cracks live at fabled normally. Don't have the bankroll for that bought into a table for five hundred fifty dollars table. It's all they had on a sunday night at ten o'clock i roll seven second role. I've played one point with single odds and then place to six and eight and then when they hit you press them up since it was a fifty dollar table. Increments of twelve dollars each. Then i seven out and then the next role. This is my question. For y'all i asked the dealer to Take my six and eight back down the sixty dollars and he looked at me straight face instead. Why.
"bet" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"So i played there a little bit. And that's what. I did the doctor my that. My call dr mike that because of the caller for years ago who asked about parlaying hard fix dr mike as as he's want to do recommended getting aggressive so he says the five hundred six and then partly at three times the hits and you'll have a thousand or five thousand bucks so i did that at the five on the heart six. He had five fifty. I parlayed that and hit again so now comes a moment of truth. I have five hundred dollars on the heart. Six parlay that no a lower bought in two hundred and fifty bucks. So that's pretty good chunk of change for me to have the guts to out there. I did not have the guts. Thought profit and spent the next year olds praying for four two or five one and a few laters eighty seven dow so saving a lifetime of regret. I didn't do the full. Dr my bet this time maybe in the future all have enough guts to leave at heart six out there anyway. Love the show and things like you guys do take care. I've got a feeling that when he finally does it he'll be on a roll and he'll be up and they'll think while i'm up so i'm going to do and it's gonna hit all right and he's just gonna walk out of the casino you know. Bring my car kind of anger. Have you ever had a cabin. Crunch milkshakes I want to say we've actually made one here at the house because it's pretty simple. Do you just add cow milk. Fake yeah oh yeah. That's my outing to cap'n crunch mike. Yeah know i know what it is. It's interesting he's talking about main street station. it is still closed. It's it's funny because boyd's marketing department recently sent out ad for main street station. Kind of like come on back to main street but it's still closed and maybe they're waiting for the people to get there before they oboe. Maybe they're waiting to how many people are at the door. Jamb when there's the lineup front where you know what. I like fruit loops. Yeah i like fruit. Lou fruit loops shake to that would be good i. I don't think there's good as cap'n crunch now. The best serial of all time is quizzed. Standby standby right behind you. There's i've got a little quiz bobblehead right right. Still the best series of all time. I'll tell you what cap'n crunch do. It's hard to get quiz recently. I had some chocolate mint ice cream with girl scout thin. Oh yeah i've seen it. Yeah that was good. That was good. That was good. Yeah i waver on my favorite ice creams i mean you know i go through streaks and then i eat just one for weeks or then i go to something kind of like the way play. Craps cereal ice creams to. I wish that you know one of the greatest things about foxwoods. When we found out this was the case we were two craps table somebody. There said one shorter a milkshake right. What yeah. They brought. Milkshakes who i i wish they had that at harris. Can you imagine we get those virgin strawberry. Dachary reason pinochle icy good. Actually getting a shake at the table. I'll tell you what any casino should serve milkshakes. If people found that out all beginning milk during the day. I mean maybe not a night. They're gonna milkshake. Bring milkshake especially in vegas..
"bet" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Get about three numbers up there with full odds on comebacks and then they just wait for something to hit and then come down. I make another combat unless the role gets going really well. And i'm ahead for the role. Then i start converting everything to place pressing and typically if. I am just making place bets. Which i was doing previously. I will collect one or two And then press after that. Yeah so. I'm hoping to get some of my money back initially and then pressing the rest. I'm glad you brought that up because yeah we do kind of change. Our because yeah. There was a period there where i was just placing the six and eight pass line just placing the six and eight. Yeah currently since we're playing at these high limit tables fifty dollars tables. I'm passing bed and to combats was single odds right right and that's all i do and again when the dice on the other side of the table. I'm usually betting the same kind of thing fifty dollars. Don't pass a couple of. Don't come bets single odds but you're right well. It's you know six months from now. I'm probably going to be doing something different. And i think the reason is because we kind of and i would advise this to everybody. Adjust our play. According to our bankrolls at the time of absolutely what we have in our stash of gambling money so it either means being more aggressive less aggressive bigger bet smaller best and we also the mood of the table. So we're having a good night and things are going well. We might tend to get a little more aggressive but if it starts to go back then we revert back to. Are we leave or whatever so i think we're constantly changing some people. Don't i see people sure there are people at rincon and friends of ours nice. They play the exact same way every time and they never change it up. And i'm sure they enjoy that. Yeah right. it's the way they like to play so again..
"bet" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Happen. So that was my horse racing bad beat and then i just had to other things i wanted to share about. The first time i ever played pratt stopped listening to your show i buy in and it was one of those were just. I couldn't do anything wrong. You know. I did like ten dollars on the pass line full lots one combat the shooter heads my comeback and then the point i went on my back and then i'm like oh let me try the don't do the don't heroes it two and then i'm like i'm going to do the don't and the field then he rolls like a three or something so i win the field and adult so literally just want every single in ten minutes so i cash in for ninety i cash out for five oh five and i'm like wow i'm talked at that point and then just real quick my At one point you guys were talking about roulette strategies and what i liked to do is pick one heavy number and then just all the numbers that are close to it on the we also my big numbers twenty all put fifty straight off and then i'll split the seventeen twenty the nineteen twenty twenty twenty one and the twenty twenty three so if it hits i had big and then i'll put like nick on the five seven eleven thirty two 'cause it's close to it on the wheel so if i had any of those i get my money back and if i hit twenty i hit back. So that's how i play all right. Have a good day all right. Thanks august yeah. One of the worst things you can do is a gambler is almost win. Yes almost winning is destructive. It keeps you coming back to the game especially in something like poker. The person who loses the most money is the person with the second best hand right. You know if you've got crap you get out early but you know if you got a pretty good hand than you know you end up losing because somebody's got a great hand. Yeah that's terrible. The reason that happens is because you know. It's the gods the gods of gamblers or gambling. They want and get you. I i was trying to find the mythical god of gambling. I don't know who that is. Oh you were looking at trying to look. They're trying to look it up. I i don't know who the mythical god of gambling is. let's just go with loki. Okay mischief kind of like screwing with you know. I was that close. I got a bet it again. I agree with that. Yeah good call all right. Let's go to the next call. The audio's not real good here. I think maybe he called from inside a car. I think it'd be able to make it out. Here's logan yeah. I have a head regarding dr white and martin strategy have scott aging doctor might all across four hundred dollars to hit a number come up the toes number the that you grass dogs like six hundred hundred murray member right martin cleveland just to combat but he number guy regression house money after you guys get put up. Cost at joke comes up. I'll just answer i. I haven't done this in a while..
"bet" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Paperwork. They are one of those guys that scores the winning touchdown in the super bowl and just hands the ball to the wrath and walks over and sits down on the bed. You're absolutely right if that were me. That is what i do. Maybe i high five some of my teammates when we get good job mark. Thanks thanks guys. I've been here before. I've done this before so anyway. We were very happy. We return to the casino the next week and Started off pretty poorly. Say as you were talking about how ono another losing nine. And then you've got the dice and immediately made a foreign attend as your points. Acta back and that's always kind of nice because it's like all right if there's any potential for a fire but it's nice to get those difficult ones out of the way right and then you made a six hundred eight. Yeah this was pretty quickly. They were back to back. I mean i came out eight. Roll the nave. Because i was thinking to myself. Well okay. i am making some money here. You're repeating some numbers right but you're not having a monster role yet. You made for unique points. I don't think. I rolled anything else but points. I think i rolled four points. That could be a couple numbers in was after the first four years i was bragging about their coming right back. They're coming right back so then you came out on a nine. He made a nine. And so i think at this point i'm saying something like wow you know a couple of five and six in two weeks. That's pretty good. Yeah but no. You have more up your sleeve. Yup you came out on a five right and pretty quickly. Yeah within a couple of roles life and dog gonnit another six point fire bet. I rolled one one week. You rolled one the next week and you know it's funny because as soon as you had made all six numbers you were still rolling our good friend. Andrew who is visiting from out of town came up to the table is right after. You'd made all six right. Hey how's it going. I just made six to the fire. Bet right and we were coming out so we got andrew into the game now. It's always scary when you bring somebody in. It's like oh great. He's missed out on this huge role. And then nothing's going to happen on that but you went on to continue to have a fantastic role. That was what was so exciting. Was it was after the fire. Because when i hit my fire bet i came out on another number and then like immediately right but men you continue to roll. And that's when we actually started making money on the craps game right as they were maxed out gain made so many hard ways and several of the players had the hardware maxed for four and they were points in. Most cases was on several tans. I repeated every number twice. But i made the first six without any repeaters just boom boom boom so we were glad that andrew one on one on that as well and we were joking we were saying remember in the early days of the podcast. We would talk about how. Oh boy when are we gonna hit that six point fire but when is it going to happen and it seemed like something that was so far in the future we eventually did and now we've hit several two weeks in a row. That's what everybody of course was talked. Casino was a buzz in the dealers cleaned up. Oh my gosh like fourteen thousand. They got on scene and then sixteen on murray and because a hard ways they were on all the.
"bet" Discussed on EAST TO WEST WITH NICK AND ROB
"We're back. Next. Have, you ever been to a park and wanted something eat? Never, not even once never right. I hear. Every single time. I hear the pox however, they had this invention. It's it's like it's it's it's long and it comes in a some bread. and. They throw it at you. And you pay like nine nineteen dollars for it. Running. March no. Oh hot dog I have heard of those. Man Let me tell you other. People out there will argue and say something but I'm GonNa go out and say that hotdogs at Fenway Park. Are. The best hotdogs you will get. It any pack. Fenway Frank is that what you talking about off fenway frank gets the best one. It's not even close. To what makes a fairway frank so unusual. Tell me. Do you know what they actually. Grow them first before they go out is that right is Is How I 'cause you get it in the hot water don't you? Dirty water yeah. Mad dirty want. But they are all grilled first and then they put in the water. That makes. A kinda that that's probably something I know when I do my Italian sauces at home I grill and then Saute with the peppers and onions. Maybe that's the key right there is they're they're getting you get that grill flavor, but you also keep it warm without destroying it, making it soggy or right? Yeah. You sauteed vegetables in your take your your sausages that he make drop a brain on top. Textiles absolutely. All that all the goodness drips through. We're homers though. So if it's not the famer frank, which neither one of us is going to argue about I love those I get them every single time I obviously go home and go to a red SOx game. What else do you got? What else has caught your eye? Dodger dogs. And not that great to me but alright semi on them. Up saying this only because. Fenway Franks. In dodger dogs, one's named after the park. The other one's named after the team. So. Would you rather eat part of the team for the part the PUCK? That's That's a complicated question. Yeah. I will say like I've had a few dodger dogs in time. I always thought Shabas Ravine. It's a weird place for that stadium. Favorite stadium or my favorite hot dog but they're solid I definitely by them when I'm there. I'll give you a weird one. On the West Coast side here it is east to West with Nick and rob the Arizona diamondbacks I've chase field. It's kind of like an air conditioned baseball fields a little weird to watch a game there. They got a weird one called the diamondbacks chicken enchilada dog it sounds disgusting..