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"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Good afternoon and welcome to an exclusive edition of the really big barbecue central. Shell our third year of announcing. Who is going to be in the twenty twenty one barbecue hall of fame. Goodness if you can believe we are finally here joining me in just a minute. We'll be emily park from the american royal manager of the world theories of barbecue. We'll talk a little bit about the events that take place mid september and then we will go ahead and make the reveals. Oh fifteen twenty minutes or so in length and we're happy to have you aboard here on your wednesday once again. we are doing it. live live production. don't let anybody else full. You not prerecorded. We're doing it. That's what we do on ship as daniel von says the texas monthly barbecue editor that we are courageous on the show mostly and we're not afraid to let it all hang out all right so as the audience builds in let me go ahead and race of the hotline and welcome in friend of the show. Emily parr k. Emily our wouldn't be alive show. There wasn't anybody questions whether we're alive or not. This one specifically is showing it all in raw form so As i was mentioning last night the embedded correspondents than i got together and before we do this reveal. Luckily this always happens on a wednesday. So we're able to do it on a tuesday night. During the barbecue central show we all voted for our three independently and then we actually came to a consensus For the top three vote-getters. I was a little unsure if that was going to happen so to put it out there all upfront. Before we say oh well. I had the same ones after you reveal. Let me give you who the embedded. Correspondents would have voted in. Had it happened last night. A meathead from amazing ribs dot com. Jon marcus noted tv producer and introduce of barbecued to the millions and bill arnold so those were our three now last year. We did this. I believe we got zero out of three rice. We were very poor prognosticators of prognostication. Which would probably make us really good weather people depending on where we are the country bright. Slow nine to pick for. You could say. I'll night so it's tough right. So that's who we have ready to go before we get into the reveal here give us a quick update on anything relating to the competition. We know it's going to be coming. Sixteenth through the nineteenth this coming september How many teams do we have registered. Any incentives or anything like that. What would we like to get everybody to know first before we get to the names for sure. So incentives now. I'm just going to have to say it. We missed a whole year. So get out there. This is this is a family reunion. Not just our barbecue but all bar is get out there and do do some stuff to see your friends and family again. So we push that. That's my biggest thing We have over two hundred right now and every day more so the good thing is is we're taking teams basically until we start cooking so keep on registering as long as you can get your meat cooked in time. We want you to join. This kind of is as simple as it can be. All right. sounds good. We're talking with emily park here. From the american royal the manager over there at the world series of barbecue barbecue hall of fame dot com is the website. So if you're person doesn't get in this year then you can go ahead and take out a few minutes of your time to fill out a domination form for whoever you think is deserving and we talk about that on the show all the time so everybody's pretty much up to speed. Let's go ahead and go over the names of the nine finalists and then we can reveal who is going to be making up the class of twenty twenty one and it's a little different or this is the this is the second year of legacy members. Correct so we're gonna have three Let's call traditional members Through voted on off of that nine finals names and then we will have to legacy members as well so we'll be voting in a total of five here during the show number one on the list. Bill arnold who's bill arnold. Why do we know him. Bill arnold if you know blues hug bill arnold blog sauce. I mean you can kind of get it anywhere big staple in the barbecue contests community really built that up but you know beyond that very well known name with his brand and everything he's done absolutely Started competition i agree But now is expanded. I mean you can find it an as a lot of other larger retailers. Somebody who doesn't compete like myself Has a complete affinity for those sauces. I like to mix the original and the read together fifty fifty. That's like favorite sauce. So that's who bill arnold is. What about ali gates alligators kansas city staple and the barbecue community but really just kind of the a barbecue restaurant tour. Big time You were opening a barbecue restaurant and you want to figure out how to do it. You kind of look at what allah gates. Did you know his restaurant as well as building a infrastructure to support barbecue Really i would kind of how i would phrase it Big big time. I mean anyone who owns a barbecue. Restaurant knows what gates has done. He has a rib university to teach folks how to start this in the next on the list as meathead from amazing ribs dot com. Yeah i mean if you need to know anything about barbeque kill quick. Search the internet you go to amazing ribs dot com. You found thousands and thousands of articles He also him and his team really spend a lot of time to make sure what they're putting out. There is very scientific and maybe not opinionated but really test a lot of product. So you at home know what to use. Next was jon. Marcus marcus you know his name. You maybe not don't know off the street but if you've ever seen pitmasters which i would assume anybody listening here or watching has pitmasters. So he's one of the producer director of pitmasters as well as many other things in a huge barbecue enthusiasts himself next on the list. Is ed mitchell at mitchell. Ed mitchell if you know whole hog he's not the only one on here do it whole hog but admits has his own restaurant out in the carolinas and been doing whole hog for a long time also on the list. A another whole hogger is rodney scott. Ronnie scott and ronnie scott's been doing a lot lately. You've probably see him currently. He's on that netflix documentary about With some other hall of famers that we know to An rodney's kinda opening new restaurants and doing some stuff but not for his whole his bringing that to the to the folks in the new book. That's just out the month of so ago as well so a new author next up. Joe traeger now. I believe the last name might have given this one away. Joe treasure to somebody Couple of weeks ago. And they're like. Who's joe traeger and i was like what so just in case you know the the traeger grill. Traeger a smoker. If he would. That's joe trademark kind of started this. If you anything you can kind of buy now really bringing that whole different style of barbecuing to your home. He he kicked it off. He created the whole infrastructure of that appellate cookers and the trigger. Last name go hand in hand whether he's a now legally allowed to say that or not is another story but traeger news talk. next up. is.

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"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Memphis and now you want to go cook every weekend. Said we can't do that but you know we'll see we'll see if we might the royal not. He's he's wearing the hell out of me about it but we all want to do more and be in memphis barbecue network contest. Some of the place. You get a hog anymore. And they got one over here close to us. That is supposed to happen in america's georgia which is about thirty miles from me and this first weekend gene so if that happens we'll be there kicking that whole hog there just for the folks that don't know by the way world titles come in two thousand twenty one. Obviously this past week twenty sixteen as you would mention two thousand seven two thousand four two thousand and one. Also let's not begrudge the fact that in two thousand twenty two thousand sixteen two thousand seven two thousand four two thousand three in two thousand one byron was the world champion in hog as well so six times a hog champion five times a world title that followed on the early one hog as well so Certainly a very accomplished memphis in may resume to say the least So as we kind of transition out of that and bring up another part of the business which is book writing. You've done a number of Really good books. The last time you were on the show. We kind of side mentioned that you were down one hundred pounds at that point and you were kind of realizing the age were how you felt. And you're just making some changes. And then lo and behold The cookbook season hits. The i see kito barbecue from myron. Nixon so i'm wondering if if you started kito back in two thousand nineteen. It's a lifestyle that you've kept on going. Or if you've just transitioned to that as you've kept that lifestyle. When i was talking to you last time i'd already had this house keeping those making notes for the book and i went to my doctor august in two thousand eighteen. Don't have health problems me now. My blood pressure is like one. Twelve over savvy to a lot of times. The don't take any cholesterol medicine. Another that but i weighed like three hundred and thirty nine pounds and the habeas got in that 'tampere is like three forty five and i went to the dock and he told me you really need to look at Getting some of that weight off of you. Not because he simply to force your heart and stuff but you knees your joints your ankles your hips. He said they love you for it. And good friend of mine jamie year and he's talked about to to turn body onto chassis. That's what i had a two-time body on one chassis. And i started on the in recommended kito. I went to ask him questions about it. And he said you probably do because it revolves lot around protein which is neat and I got on it. And i nine months. I lost a hundred pounds and i stayed on to it. But it's a dot doc into stain. I can do it. A lot of people get on diets that can lose a lot of weight. You know start with. But is it sustainable. Is it something you're going to be able to make lifestyle out of and stick to it because a lot of times you get on a die. You'll lose the weight. Then you get it all back plus and You know. I'll make a comment about it and i'm sure there's been died where you eat fried rice cakes drink water for the rest of your life will. Yeah you're gonna lose weight but can you stay in the stick to it and it wasn't hard for me to drop the carbs and a lot of sweet desserts which now you got the month free extracts. The percent pure wins that you can use a Sugar works out really well but the key dodi was something knocked really might work for me and may not be for everybody else. But i can take food than i like barbecue. Food and people get a misconception about barbecue. Always going to be this like a gain weight. Well additives not meet. It's always on smart key. Says loaded baked potato salad the barbecue mac and cheese the peach barbecue beans. Those type things will put swayed them. Here goes along with barbecue. The beer no doubt so that started hitting front porches last week five eleven. I believe so. You can buy it wherever you would get books anyway amazon or the like just go ahead and search for kito barbecue and meyer mixing and you will find it quickly Last thing that. I wanna ask you about here before i let you go myron and i appreciate the time this evening. As always next wednesday we will be announcing. Live here on this. Show exclusively the twenty twenty one hall of fame inductees. There's a current list of nine folks that made it through that Names process bill. Arnold design there again obligates from gates barbecue meathead from amazing ribs dot com designer for the third time in a row. John marcus makes his second appearance at mitchell's the first timer. Rodney scott the second timer. Joe traeger darren wharf and leeann whip and You know all those names. Of course i mean if you're Any kind of student of the game. You know those names and who they are. But i'm not gonna ask you who you voted for unless you want to tell me which i doubt a when you peruse that list of nine. Are there any names that stick out to you as folks that are just special to you or that have been beard themselves to you at you know. There's a lot of deserve everybody in that deserves But i'm gonna tell you somebody on there that not you voted for him law or anything like that but one person on there. It was all That man is pressing through a lot in. If you know anything about his backstory he's had a lot of things like all. We have a lot of things going on our live but he developed assaults that has has I guess you could say over the competition world really Says place out there any never gave up and again you know. He struggled through his life. Problems sickness and everything else again. Not that a lot of us but The things he's getting nine live the. He deserves everything he's getting by. Remixing is your twenty twenty one memphis in may world champ and team of jackson south of course and you can get his new book hito barbecue wherever you find books. And we'll see how the hall of fame drops out here a week from wednesday. Myron really appreciate catching up with you again. Congratulations again on the big win. And we'll look for you. You got there. He is myra mixing on the barbecue. Central show right to get caught up with byron. Lots of good stuff there. And really appreciate that recounts.

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"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Be have passed in pave the way who don't have the fame and fortune now but really did make us where we are today so those will be announced on the twenty six this well all right so that's a good background on how this whole thing works and in two weeks time we'll reconvene here on the show and Announced those three members. It'll be making up. And in addition those two legacy members as well so a five total. So let's go ahead and get after its we will name the nine now so In no particular order. Emily have added. Okay and the nine finalists for the twenty twenty one barbecue. Fame are william. Arnold or bill arnold. If you would all gates meathead goldwyn. Jon marcus ed mitchell rodney. Scott joe traeger darren worth and leeann weapon all right so a very accomplished list to say the least as we go through. Let me try and use my memory. If i can say bill arnold on the list of nine last year yes actually. Six of the nine were on the list last year so Pretty pretty fantastic list. I think if we could induct all nine we would but you can tell that there's a fight to get some. Some of these names are so worthy up the honor so we have bill arnold. it looks like meathead. He's making it onto this list now for the third year in a row so a deep portion of me hopes that he does not cross over so he can continue to be the susan. Lucci of the rodney scott was on last year. If i recall correctly darren was gone last year as well. E n i believe was on last year so six are returning now just to be clear. These aren't six holdovers from last year. If you didn't make it into the barbecue hall of fame everybody got tossed back into that big name hopper and then were almost every argued for again for now a second or third year row yet. That is exactly right. No one has no one gets to hold their spot For a year until the next we start fresh every year. The only thing that we do do each year is that we hold nominations for three years time. So if i were nominated this year Then my name would stay on the list to be argued about for three years. But for the finalist lists nope we start at zero in work our way to nine And i will say it is not an easy process it never is it is It's very wonderful arguments. But there are arguments on who and why and why this year in. What have they done will they do more. I mean every single year we get down to the nitty gritty with basically each person. How quickly are the majority of them. Forgetting let's say well let me ask you about a question. How many unique names were in that big hopper about okay so of the living index so because we split it now there is about sixty five living the list of legacy is close to about forty now so those lists have kind of offset each other in the last couple years But that's just unique. I think we were well over. One hundred and twenty nominations Just this year alone. So many of them may have ten nominations for the From a lot of different people is actually wonderful too. Because you get different feedback or bios or you know personal relationships as well as maybe what they found out from a distance so we learn a lot through that process to About all the people regardless of how many times they've nominated so of the sixty five that are living that had an opportunity to potentially get on this list that we're talking about today. I mean is it quick to say that eighty percent of them are quickly like. Oh here's this name and off you go. And then there's a ninety percent of the time that you guys are talking about names is spent on. Maybe ten less i would say We go through every name. That's the thing we start. We go now for order and we go through every name. We talk about every single name. Some have a longer conversation than others but is discussed regardless of How big their bio is or what someone knows So our process is we. Try to narrow that first initial thing down about halfway than do about halfway again in about halfway again and it just kinda keeps going. We might go through. Let's say these stop nine. They might have gotten discuss ten times before they made it onto the top nine to make sure that they're in that worthy category so it's not an easy process Because it's just tough. Because i think i speak for the entire nominating committee. If they could just say hey. Let's just induct fifty this year. That would surely help. Of course we're talking with emily. Park the manager over at the world series of barbecue and we have just named the nine final names. That have three of these will make it into the barbecue hall of fame this year. The twenty twenty one glass. If you're just tuning in the arnold obligates meathead from amazing ribs dot com jon. Marcus had mitchell rodney. Scott joe traeger darren worth and leeann whip and six of these nine were on last year and one was on even the year before that. And so here's what will happen. All these names will now be sent out to the living members of the barbecue hall of fame. Also the nominating committee will get out and in two weeks time we will rejoin and here who has bubbled up and or at least three of bubbled up to become the twenty twenty one barbecue fame and then will also add to legacy members as well have. I missed anything. Emily that you would like to add from a logistical standpoint. That you guys go through during this whole process. I know a lot of people wanna know how quickly my name was brought up and then more importantly how quickly it was dismissed again. Because i know people are nominating me but You know people want to know about that. So what can you leave us with here today. I can tell you. I've seen your nomination. We've definitely discussed you. Don't worry you are not kicked out. I you're the second one before. All absolutely not i mean Like i said there are a as as unfortunately there's unworthy names you know you're bringing you get to talk to a lot of these folks on your show. I've seen so many of the people who are on the nominating committee as well as holiday members. All of fame finalist on your show so You know how this group is. It's it's too hard to say To just narrow down to three I would leave you with this Are going to have this updated on our website today. We're also gonna go ahead and open the nomination form for twenty twenty two. So if you have someone that you're like i don't know if they're nominated. I'd like to make sure that they're on that list. Go ahead and nominate them. It doesn't hurt. We'll take multiple. We'll take two hundred nominations from the same person. Get them in there and start working on that for twenty twenty two Additionally it's going to be a big year once we get down to our three plus the two legacies Since we were unable to be together last year we'll be honoring the twenty twenty class.

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"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Month here on the show of course means we have a visit from none other than show favorite meathead from amazing ribs dot com. Hey meter hey great. Hello central heights now greg. Yes you dodge the answer. I know why you say frivolity the way you do for. That's the harry carey accent. Well i would say mostly astute but for some reason it is not something that i am keenly aware that i might be mimicking. I'm just saying like like a tool but it is. It's not half provocative but it's a little way ball. Yeah is you. Don't know the history here. Greg does a wonderful imitation of the great baseball broadcaster. Who did both the cubs and the socks at various times Harry carey and greg used to do it. Re regularly on the air in his youth and childhood and it sounds like only thing remaining of that invitation is frivolity for violence. Yeah it's big. Jim called me out on berg. You said you've written a couple of songs. I tuned in early. Because i had nothing better to do and i heard a song about jerry. Oh that one of its songs you've written you hurt. Yeah i didn't think your wife and now now now now now now. I know why you heard okay. You're you ed linked in to the interface. So that wasn't going out around. I'm telling you right now. I'm sitting here and my jaws dropped your idea of songwriting A well here's the and who already out of anybody. I know me that you are waiting with baited breath to hear about but all i have to say is it has been taken wildly out of context and the only reason that you heard that is because you are in the green room early. That did not go out over facebook or two. That was only a green room. Hearing that you heard. So let's just say that most embarrasses me. But i'd appreciate if that wasn't in the green room next month really. You didn't think this was funny. All right i won't. I won't go ahead and play that but yeah so what i what i need to do off. Air is explain why that's funny because hearing it the way you heard it is just potentially berry. Raucous raucous okay. We'll use that word us rockets incorrectly. A blue it's a little blue. Yeah yeah all right. Royal blue royal blue. Yes all right. I'll explain it to you. It'll make way more sense after the fact but hearing it out of context is a little more topic that you cover it in the end the announcement tomorrow about the hall of fame and you say you have no idea who's going to be in their sure. I don't think yeah but let's take a look at the list of people who were nominated last year. That didn't get in. Did you keep that his thaba ably where they're going to start. Don't you think. I don't have any idea how it how it all works to be honest so i i mean i would imagine. Well that's why. I mean. I do understand how it works so if you were on a finals list the or you made that semi final list of nine. Let's call it. I don't even know called blitz. Let's just say it's a a list of nine finalists. Three of which will be voted on and make up the barbecue hall of fame for twenty twenty one right the all of those names holding the three that got in our wiped off and thrown back into the main hopper so none of those names which would be six immediately carry over into automatically making it into the semi-final to the finals list again. They have to be brought back up they have to be agreed upon and then in essence. It's almost very complimentary that you would be brought up and then pick back on that list especially if one didn't make one or or two years or three years in a row or whatever. Well my guess. Is that if you're good enough to be nominated last year but not good enough to get in at. You're probably got a good chance to get it to get on that nine list whether you get in or not. I don't know. And i have the list of the six all right. Who were nominated last year. That didn't get in. Let's here and i think you're pretty stellar list. And there's a good chance. Some of these folks will be on the list again. Tomorrow if not in inducted okay. Let's hear the list. Well rodney scott. The whole hog legend from south carolina. He's been opening more restaurants now. Television star he's been knows whole hog as well as anybody in the country to A jon marcus. The guy who invented the barbecue pitmasters show on television which has spawned numerous imitators Bill arnold A guy who invented the blues hog barbecue sauce which is widely imitated and Very popular on the barbecue circuit Darren wharf probably the best cook on the circuit right now. I don't feel one team of the year recently but he just keeps winning and winning and winning. And i've tasted all his meats. And my god that man can cook Out of iowa smokey's barbecue and moines an and finally leeann whipping leeann is The managing partner of the Devil pig restaurant in tampa a popular competitor on several barbecue competition shows including barbecue. Pitmasters out and i said finally there's some other guy meathead head who made that list last year. We like many made. The list will be the year before. He's the susan lucci of barbecue all fame. It's just an head it's never inducted. Always an honor. It is an honor but Jeeze i'd like to make it in all right so holding yourself aside because obviously you would like to see yourself on the barbecue hall of fame and you've made no bones about it the you have Three of the other names in that list that you would pick if you had a a vote or if you could just unilaterally put people in the shear off that list no i i i would think rodney scott. Got a good shot He he really knows Barbecue port. I'm very well respected. Very well liked. I think i would think that I don't know i mean i. I would put jon marcus in there. But his major claim to fame was inventing a television barbecue competition and doing directing and producing it for a couple of seasons. Or more that He does a lot of charity work. i'm not sure his is record is is huge but neither god. I mean barbecue. Tv is just you know. He invented it Darren war brilliant. Cook You know they're i think they're all worthy. It'll be interesting to see how many of them get nominated tomorrow and If any of them making it well. I'll be certainly interested to see. How many make it back on the list. If any Well that i do know at least one of these people that you've mentioned do make it back on this list. It's the only name. I was able to draw out of daniel von but he was unrelenting when i was down in texas a couple of weeks ago and we.

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"bill arnold" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:46 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Thank you, General. We're talking weeks for weeks about the NFL trade line and then thud. Nata Did C. DeAndre Washington, The former Raider. Go Kansas City, Miami. But not much else. Let's talk about it. Bill Barnwell does a great job of ESPN. You see him on with Scott Van Pelt late night, Bill Arnold Podcast at Bill Barnwell form on Twitter. He joins us courtesy of the Omagh guess line, Bill. Thank you so much for joining us 1st 2nd of all Most of these are thuds These trade deadlines, but especially today. Nothing happening. How come I don't know. I'm really disappointed that I thought there was a logical reason to make trades. You know, a lot of times you had kind of excess players to, you know, Summer contender somewhere, not but some logical thoughts. Were there. Maybe team just concerned about Covic, you know, concerned about not getting that player in for a while. But I have to admit, I thought we would see some guys like you know, your John Ross is, remember. You're Kenny Stills. You know, with these teams who aren't really competing for a place, but you know, maybe realistically heading somewhere. Maybe Maybe there's the rumors of a 16 team playoff, maybe encourage some teams. No towards the bottom of the standings onto their players. In case they get hot going a playoff run, but after to admit I thought there was gonna be more happening. I think the issue is there's a lot of teams that wanted to sell players. But there's just not a buyer's market in light of Ah, where the salary cap is going to be at Next year. I think that's the issue but the one name you mentioned Kenny Stills. Will fuller did Green Bay make a formal offer for will fuller. And do you think they'll now that they didn't trade for him, and I don't think they could come up with a draft pick compensation package toe. To satisfy Houston. Do you think they would be in line to buy him in the offseason? Because I'm looking at the depth chart? Davante Adams is a great player. There is no doubt and they got a lot of interesting tight ends, but they still lack that number two next to Devante. So Why didn't fuller get traded? And you think Green Bay's thinking will despise him if we can in the off season, But we've got to see where the where the salary cap is. Yeah, I don't know. I think their pride gonna stay put. It seems like they're pretty set in organizationally going back to the draft. They're going to stick with what they have at receiver. And to be fair. I mean, this offense hasn't had about the items are part of the first half. And it's been great. So you know, I think they think Alan Resort is promising is their number two guy. Um, I think they think that you know they're they're going to be sent. And I mean, well, four would have been a great addition obviously would cost them money. Would it cost the draft pick on I think about a move would be made so You know, I think they could maybe look towards the market in the weeks to come. His guys get cut Navy, But, yeah, I mean, a very sort of boring, You know, decision from the pack here. You No doubt about it. Bill bar rails join us from ESPN. We've been talking all day about Jimmy Garoppolo, and we know what we think of them locally. He's had the ankle injuries but beat up What's the national perception of Jimmy Garoppolo? I think a lot of people still think about him. It's the guy from the Super Bowl, you know, made some nice throws, but Niner certainly trust him at the end of the first half, and then you know, misstep on at the end of the game that would've won the Super Bowl, probably I mean, he's obviously a talented player, but the injuries are concerned, right. You know, it's not as if if he were Patrick Mahomes when he was healthy and just got entered a lot. OK, well, you know, obviously, the upside is there and if he was It'll be all the time. Like any mind Manning or Philip Rivers. Okay, well, he's not a deal. But, hey, you know what? He's helpful. He's healthy and he's pretty solid. There's there's a reliability there, but Certainly with health. Maybe not the feeling that people would hope for, you know, certainly guy who I think the national perception is that Kyle Shanahan, kind of you know, makes things easy. Forgive me grapple and amount That's fair, necessarily, but I think there's a lot of questions about his future. I think that You know he's seen is a guy who gives him the right people around him. Get him healthy. He can, you know kind of be the guy who was last year where the defense led them to the Super Bowl, and he was along for the ride. But I do think there's questions of what if he could be the guy who sort of pushes them forward, you know, and it's a leading every p caliber quarterback, and I don't know if he has the feeling in it. You know, we go back to the 2017 trade deadline, and Jimmy was involved in that. And there were a lot of trades that mermaid enjoying Brown got traded during that time. If they decide to put Yumi Garoppolo on the market in the offseason bill, what what kind of a return could they get? And they were all connecting the doubts because Cam's regressed whatever's going on with Cam in New England. They got state him. There could day trade him back to New England in theory, and then what kind of a return to the 40 Niners could get if they wanted to put Jimmy Garoppolo on the trade market this offseason. You mentioned the salary cap production next year, and the Patriots are gonna have a kind of cap space. But I'm not sure there's going to be a huge market for grapple. I mean, he has a $24 million based salary next year. It's a new guarantee. But obviously you know, teams are going to be a little concerned about committing to Garoppolo with that injury history and trusting him is their number one guy for a full 16 game season if the Patriots had probably value him more than anybody else, getting what they know about him. So I think Patriots would make sense as a possible trade candidate. The return I have to admit tic Niner stands might not be thrilled with what I would guess I would guess that three or four maybe a conditional pick me. Garoppolo is not gonna have a tone of trade value. If the Niners do decide to move on, So you know, I'm surprised. I don't think anyone would have expected Garoppolo would have gone to the diners for a second round pick to begin with, but NFL trades or not about talent there about leverage, and we saw that big Rob Lowe deal in the first place..

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"bill arnold" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Then goes back. What will the Pac 12 do? Because then they would be the only major conference that would not be playing football so Things are crazy as Faras College is concerned as well, by the way, Austin p versus Central Arkansas College football kicks off tomorrow. I know that's not a big game. I'm just simply saying that it does technically kick off tomorrow. Conferences today, and you don't know Austin P. You don't know a conference on Don't you know? I don't know. I only have limited memory. And where Austin P. Plays. Football is not in my bank, Jack. No, I won't. Today's big, huge pole and tons of response. Thanks for all the responses. People are angry. Which rule would you be okay with long term Staying in baseball, D H and the N L is leading right now at 38%. Three batter rule, which you and I both do not like 31%. Runner at second base in extras, 14%. And the first time we've seen this, at least with the giant seventh inning double headers that didn't go well. 17%. So the D. H in the NL leads, and there's always this question. Underneath there's tons of responses. People wondering why pictures can't become good hitters. Because that's true. They were good in Little League and you know they're usually the best athlete. But generally speaking, because you're putting so much time into pitching, you're not putting much time in hitting, and that's why I'd worry about your pitching. Now you're hating Well, The problem is the the nationally is the only league in the world where pictures or these they used to until this year up until 2019. The National League is the only lead in the world. Where pitcher's head they don't hit in either of the two Japanese leagues and Japanese baseball they don't have in Korea. They don't hit in minor league baseball. So they just by time they get to the major leagues. They they don't hit so they lose that skill. And a lot of it is just the money you put into pitching and you don't want them getting hurt. As you mentioned Ryan Vogelsong when he got hit by a pitch. So. So, what is it? D h is the one they've accepted the most right now. The elimination of the looky 23 batter, minimum. Which was a rule they put in. We had nothing to do with the pandemic at all. Is the second most and the runner at second and extras is third in the one they don't like the most is the seventh inning, seven inning D a double headers runner at second is the is the least 17 doubleheader, so 17 doubleheaders at 16%. Runner at second is a 14% for once agree with the people. I like the D. H. And I know people are going to throw rocks at me for that, and I do not like the runner at second next years. You and I talked about this. What yesterday or day before? Uh, Doesn't shorten up games a whole heck of a lot of what they played the other day, 11. Yeah, but that's Jimmy, because you got He had a runner is second in both situations, but it's going quicker. So I really don't know. The one that's coming. I think just because of finances is the D. H and John Miller was on with us yesterday and jam brought up He kind of went the other way. Why do we need the D? H at all? And I think ah The offenses is home run ball and the whole reason the D. H was put in. Was to increase offense that we were coming off. You know, the year the pitcher 1968 and Bob Gibson 112. We are Ray and they lowered the mound from 15 inches to 10, and then they Came up with a American league GH Ron Bloomberg was the first to the Yankees and So John's point was, Why do we even need it? If we're going to do anything? Why don't we adopt National League rules and take away the D H in the American League, and the bottom line is the bottom line. D H is make a lot of money. The Place association would never go. For that at all. So one thing that I when we started this D H thing in the National League I was open to I brought up the concept of Why does it have to be for the picture? What if we change the rule? And allow you to have a designated hitter. For any position on the field where you could still have Madison, Bumgarner and Zack Greinke and a few others. And then you could have really good defense of players. You Elmer Sanchez wanna go glove last year in the American League with white socks? He never was a giant. They let him go from Sacramento last week. Anyone without they said, they let him go. They're clearly going with defense over offense, so in certain situations, Where he got a good bonding pitcher. Why can't they expand the D H rule to be that It does not have to be for the picture, and it could be for any position, So I'm looking for a compromise between the league's but Bill Arnold sent me the beyond column email every Friday, though, if you're on the list, Yeah, but I haven't written this for ever and ever and ever, probably since I've been doing baseball in 1990. I read it every Friday, and it's got a lot of Usually stats and interesting things. But Bill knows the game really well, and he went in his beyond column beyond the game a little bit, and he brought up but kind of a Ah, similar thought. Where maybe we could compromise the D H rule and what Bill Road is magically. Baseball should consider. A nine man batting lineup in both leagues that includes a pitcher Who can be pinch it for and stay in the game..

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"bill arnold" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:38 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He's really good, but luckily for him, you know Richardson catches the ball and you know he wins the game. But yeah, it was. It was tough on the Giants, but may's always took it. You know, it is explained in the 62 chapter. You know that the high road he didn't let things bother him. And it was all about when he talked about how 40 40 if you told me a lot, and that's something I would have done it. And you know what's wrong with 660 home runs? Not like Ah, you know, third all time for the longest time was OK. But more than numbers, you know he did care about winning. But When he lost He didn't wear it. He didn't let it bother me. Just get moving on. At least that's how he talks in the book. So Lesson learned. I suppose you know you brought up what will, he said about and I always think about this that hey, if I knew, 40 40 was a big deal would have done it all the time. You did a lot talking about the new wage stat, You know, war and how guys from the past are measured, And that's why sometimes I think it's so difficult even though you take a stat like war. Willie Mays is an all time great with it. It's not like war devalues Willie Mays. In fact, As you pointed out, he probably should have one more MBPs, because if we were judging players based on the way we judge them now, Willie Mays probably has a handful more of em VPs, but it's also difficult to judge people on stats that dating no even existed. You know, because I think there were players and maybe Willy's included who says Hey, if I knew that this matter I could do this and this is going to improve my war. That numbers would look very different. That's why sometimes it's so difficult to go back. And say, This is what those guys numbers would look like, Using kind of the numbers of 2020 And he did win two MBPs and 50 for 65. So at the time, he was the youngest player ever to win an EVP and then a 65 was the oldest player ever to win an EVP and you look back and you know my truck could've won is every year like LeBron or Jordan and these guys, they put up the same numbers every year, just mind boggling, and that's what amazed it because he was He played 150 games plus for 13 straight years made staff and that's a record that will never be broken. Risking didn't even do that. 13 plus years and that was much of that was during 154 game season. But but you're right to every piece and you look back and I interviewed for this numbers chapter. No, Bill James, you know Sarah's and Rob Nyren, Tom Tango, Bill Arnold. All these guys who are historians and writers, statisticians, and they help break it down. And leaving those conversations. I'm thinking to myself doing the math. He could have won 8 to 11. And that when you look at the war, and then you know, we all you know, Now we know all about war. You're right. But they didn't know it wasn't a factor of more R B eyes is a big deal that then Willy's thing was always I wanted to score 100 drive in 100. And obviously after that's a huge deal, even in today's game, but R B I just are valued, like like they are. Do they hear you brought up the drugs? I had to go to baseball reference as soon as you brought it up in the book is 1960. To me, with all due respect to Maury Wills. How is he? The MVP over Willie Mays. I mean, it's not. What? Because he stole 100 for base is And I know the stolen base is kind of gone away, and I don't want to take 100 for stolen bases and say it doesn't mean anything. But Willie Mays clearly had a better year than Maury Wills wasn't even close. And that's what it was. It was like a you win a triple crown. You're going to be the M V. P Even though truck has a better year. You you steal 100 bags where you're going to be the NPT, even though may have had a better year, the same thing. But you look at the base. You look at the breakdown and, um I mean, it's not like Maury Wills is runs total increased heavily over amazes because of the stolen bases they scored. The same number of runs right may have had like more than 100 R B eyes. A ll The home runs hit, but And by the way the Giants win the pennant that God has been. So what possible reason? Would you look at the war is like 10. Plus versus, you know happened. Willie's wars. What more he had that year? And you know, we broke it down with Willie. I'm going over year after year after year and one thing Willie says if he doesn't big picture should ever win an EVP and Colfax 11 year and Ah, you know, this is right when the guy Young award was coming into baseball, by the way. And he just like, thanks and all the hitters right. Think that BP should goto headers, whether pictures getting before they got their own awards, But, yeah, you could break it down over those seasons with war thing you know, like a 10 war season is absolutely brilliant 10 war season. 10 wins, and it's been done only like nine times since 2000 Amazed it £3 trout the three cents for hitters. Well, Mae's averaged a 10 win season over seven years in the 60 average, and this is something that nobody in today's game has come close to doing. You know, John as a That fans is that the beginning 1962. I was very excited in 1972 Willy, you know, wild up with the messy the home run in his first and that is a vet and all that, But the 1973 World Series there was embarrassing moments for Willy in that World Series already clearly. Was not the guy he had been before. He had that terrible game in Oakland when he fell down a couple times in the outfield, trying to make plays. You know, he wasn't the history was, you know, obviously in the years before How about that? How about specifically his thoughts on that 73? Siri's and like I said, just so many embarrassing moments that he had Yeah, You're absolutely right. And I always thought that as well, You know the images of him falling down when a ball is hit to him. The images of him kneeling down at home plate arguing a call right? So I tried to go back and look into it and talk to as many people as that could who were there on both sides Oakland and New York along with Willy himself. And I found a love more information that we produced in that chapter. You know, talking with Crane, Poole and Koosman and Fever and all the A's Vita blue and, Ah, Rollie Fingers and Reggie Jackson and rape all the all the Particulars on both ends and AH, there's a little bit more to the story than those images. And one fact is, you know, Willie That was his first year is the first year in his life. He went on the disabled list..

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"bill arnold" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:10 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Now we turn to mark starting here on the Rush Limbaugh program yeah rush is out today we got called home and the great told will the head tomorrow don't miss that and rush back to close out the week but you know those those things you can do to mitigate the absence of Russian one of them is to go to rush Limbaugh dot com there's a you'll see a little bump mapping actually the you have to click the drop down menus that may not be entirely obvious did you you'll see the words Limbaugh letter that anything what's that it's America's number one news magazine you can get it in print you can get it in digital you can get it in both it'll probably be the last print publication in the United States when you look at the suicidal behavior all of the new York times in New York magazine and The Philadelphia Inquirer at al as I was talking about yesterday and it's always got great things in and I was like the little it's round up of the little stories you might not of hurdles like transitioning jail birds around the world condom shortage caused by the lockdown of Malaysia during the pandemic lets things there's those little the spirit of the age stories actually football revealing of the world well let me get that all the big important stuff and and it's a terrific rate when it comes I always get it out and just start at the first page and what my way through and as a set of always tickled by those little that the stories used to find at the foot of age fifty eight in your local newspaper but now they're all conveniently rounded up in one place to become a subscriber all you gotta do is go to Rush Limbaugh dot com it's a terrific present father's day is coming up in about a week and a half and you don't want to be giving him flowers and a box of chocolates because it's rather lame gift to give a big push bloke so why not give him a subscription to the Limbaugh letter old give him the most limbo on allowed by law that's a subscription to the Limbaugh letter plus a rush twenty four seven membership and then he will he will never need be discombobulated by sinister foreign guest host again because you'll be able to listen to rush at any hour of the day or night and read the Limbaugh letter you can find out all about that special if it's not perfect father's day gift if you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com my biz my position on what's going on on the streets is that this as I said it's not a good faith revolution and I mean that a night gives me no pleasure to say it but I come frustrated with what's happening on the streets of Hong Kong one of us third of that cherry trees population over with but more than two million people have been out on the streets protesting against the most brutal and repressive government on the planet it happens to be the dominant power on the planet we all pretend today is that a no moral questions attaching to getting the crappy T. shirts and socks and underwear made in China but in fact they're all trying to kills more people according to the statistics than every other regime on the planet combined so it is so if you can believe this the Chinese polit bureau I know this is hard to believe the Chinese politburo or even worse than the Minneapolis police department and yet over two million people on the streets of Hong Kong have defied them and managed to do it without a lot of looting and burning and lighting up the sky what I don't know is what these guys actually warm there is I have no clue I trusted this yesterday I'm and I think this is true for any almost any foreigner in the United States about the norms of policing the the time of the fungus and things when there was a spate of little space to police killings it wasn't just the guy in Ferguson I think there was a white elementary school teacher who'd been killed somewhere else the week before and some old guy who'd been pulled over for speeding and he was reaching for his cane and the culpability was reaching for his gun and shot him and I'm told by police officers that all these things by the book and it's the book I have a big problem with and so in that sense root unit rush rush send eight days ago when he was talking about George Floyd he he said you only get one life and when it's taken away from you that you know you can come back then the man who is ever come back from the dead is Jesus Christ and that's not going to be happening to George Floyd an ice I said yesterday that if you come to arrest if a person cannot survive a rest and I saw some clever clogs point out well you know John Dillinger he he was shot dead while they were trying to arrest him when they're not trying to arrest this guy they've arrested a guy for trying to pass the twenty counterfeit twenty dollar bill and they had him in cuffs at which point according to most of the police regulations once you've got the cops on the guy your freedom of maneuver is rather less than it is previously signed with Russia agree with rushes thing on this the George Floyd did not deserve to die even if he he was guilty of passing a counterfeit twenty dollar bills Arnold I I'm not going I'm not someone who defends United my constabularies and I think in fact some of the reforms that are being proposed for example the loss of qualified immunity for police I in fact I would defy the de unionize ation of police because they're one of the people who put in the interminable delay that makes it ruinously more unlikely that you will ever be able to get a policeman convicted of of anything so there are plenty of there are plenty of reforms that could be made but nobody is that sweet the conversations moved way beyond that now in fact reducing the downtowns of many other American cities to the state of that block in Chicago where eighteen year old August Gilles cultural simply because a guy pulled up a couple guys pull up an account and they're looking for people to shoot and they shot him and the woman he was with and she survived and he didn't and he's eighteen years old list goes on and black lives don't matter because nobody cares about nobody cares about it because that is the two the two relevant statistics and I look at all these dishonest thing showing the rate of incarceration among the black population versus the rate of incarceration among the wife of the the relevant statistics hair Vance blacks commit more crime and possibly because of that you have the complementary statistic but blacks are overwhelmingly the biggest victims of crime which is why all the polls all the surveys that have ever been taken show that blacks actually black Americans one moral policing it's cute if you're an anti five feel some like little white trust fund the liberal progressive who's had such a charmed childhood that you're bored by it and you want to tell the whole of society down and this last ten days off is a perfect opportunity the perfect pretext for that it's cool for you it's groovy for you the child is little trusty Fundy white liberal godly 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"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Tock you can also take a look at me slash bbq central show on facebook. So check me out there. There's also a video feed if you WANNA check out the whole situation over there coming up this Friday the best moments of the Barbecue Central Show in ten minutes or less episode one hundred and twenty six hits the feed this one being cold for. May Twenty Eighth Two thousand thirteen and I talked with Kale Phelps. Who is the editor in chief of the National Barbecue News? That is or was originally a paper publication. If you can believe it and over time they have grown into having to pivot into digital and order to stay relevant in order to stay in business they were one of the first if not the first truly barbecue specific publication out there in Georgia and for a number of years. They ran one of the more high profile barbecue contest which was called the best of the best. I think that was in green the South Carolina that there but best of the best was a free standing contest and this was an invitational. So if you don't WanNa miss speak but I know it took from a number of different sanctioning bodies. It's been so long. Since best of the best is went by the wayside but I believe there was no priority given to one sanctioning body or the other but it was basically a contest where you could go if you could get there. You're eligible to go in. But I think you had to win. There was some kind of form of winning criteria but best of the best was widely considered thousand. Eight two thousand nine. Maybe a little earlier than that was widely considered to be one of the most prestigious competitions to win outside of the Norm Jack. The American royal things like that best of the best was right in there with that one that eventually fell off and national barbecue. News is a great story and we talked with the editor cal. Felts in twenty thirteen. That would be may so it's up so one hundred twenty six. You have to be subscribe to the podcast. Feed in order to get the best of shows. Remember that otherwise. You have to visit the website every Wednesday Thursday Friday in order to get these podcasts. So make sure that you're subscribed to the feed on any podcast platform. Just go into the podcast platform that you like the best search barbecue central show and then subscribe from there. You're alerted when all the stuff hits the feed that way. You don't have to even remember anything you just get the alert the way you can go and listen there. You go as I mentioned in the first hour tomorrow programming note there will be a live show. We'll do it live three. Pm Eastern where? I will be rejoined by Emily. Park from the American Royal Association. She's the manager of the world series of barbecue and we will announce the class of twenty twenty for the Barbecue Hall of fame as I quickly. Peruse the smoke sheet barbecue newsletter says does Array Aaron Franklin and Bill Arnold Darren Wharf is the bridesmaid. That's to for him. Tucker says John Davidson meathead the and Aaron Franklin Right Guy. The cooking Sam does not guess Mattie and Kiki ain't nothing wrong with a little Bristle brush. That's very dangerous thinking that America's hat weighing in with her bristle know. How don't do ladies that Bristle Brush? You would do it all right. Nother email here we go. Hey Greg the show last night. This is from a couple of weeks ago apologised. Tigra coauthor show last night awesome. I always look forward to your interviews. It's nice to put a voice and attitude with the people who follow and broaden our culinary horizons with the uncertainty of. How restaurants are going to reopen when friends that I have been discussing the possibility of a big grilling season. But how are we going to approach this fight? Cook a fifteen pound brisket. I'm cooking for group. I WANNA share the Labor's with others now. If I invite people in the past I would just say bring a desert or aside and I'll take care of everything else. The idea of community bowl of potato salad doesn't sound as attractive. This year is. It didn't years past but about a tray of brownies. We all have a ton of money. Time wrapped up in perfecting or passion. How can we still enjoy it? With the Rona his words encroachment the Rona looming over our heads. Wondering if you had this discussion with anyone or thought about the topic yourself if so what are views I also thought it could be a future fun topic. Stay healthy regards Rod schrader or Schroeder. I can never tell with that. I'm going to go with schrader which means it's probably Schroeder rod I Apologize. Let's say Rod. That's way to say the last thing. Rod. Okay Rod. I have thought about this because there isn't any bigger fan of community barbecue. This guy. I have fenced off my yard with my neighbor on purpose. We offense away other people from the back other sides. Not The guy to the left. We didn't mean to wall off the but there was a fence already there for crying out loud. We replaced when we added the other but we fenced in neighbor Desmond. We have formed. What we have called the compound. We did it on purpose. We wanted to bring in the people that we wanted. We wanted to keep out the people that we didn't want. We wanted free access to either of our yards for community barbecue and grilling so much community. In fact the desmond last year walked over to buy yard and stole by Pick Barrel. Cook it now. Sits on his deck by cooker sits on his deck and no. I'm not going to get it back because he can eat by lunch. Are you kidding me? Have you seen neighbor desmond? He liked it. He took its community. Grilling if I wanted to go. I could go over to Desmond's house. Knock on the doors. Hey Desmond you mind if I use my cooker that you stole from me. Yeah go ahead. You can use your own cooker. I'll let you fine now when you talk about these community barbecues now. I quite honestly. I don't even have any idea what the fuck is going on anymore. I mean you read so many new things every day my best advice and I'm not taking any political side here there so Alexa semi or save the email if you WanNa have big community barbecue gatherings.

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"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

11:22 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Audio up here and I think that gets us all on guys me. Go ahead and a welcome you in right. So Greg who's got your vote. Who would your top three. Be Out of this list for how. Let's ease into this date. Let's not just jump right into bed. Daniel I mean holy crap. Wow we I mean I guess we know how you watch All right so closing out. The first hour I spoke with the host of the pitmasters podcast Anthony Luhan and Rusty Monson who both competed in an sea event in their home state of Utah. Just your summary Thoughts here. Are you guys surprise that there was a competition and are what are your thoughts on having that stuff start to potentially roll out across the country? Your thoughts on that. Wow What I want to sit at a judge's table not quite knowing how that food was treated before it arrived to me. I I don't know I mean I guess You know these days the the big argument here in Texas is Not THAT WE HAVE. A lot of our dining rooms opened up. Are you willing to go eat inside restaurant or you willing to go sit inside a dining room and get your food and a lot of people are a little wary about that for for health purposes but You know the other part of that is like if we're okay getting takeout That's still a lot of trust that putting in the kitchen. I guess that's the same level of trust you'd have to be putting into a Janney food that shows up at a judge's table Except the problem is if you're a restaurant you know who served to you if you're at the Judges Table Not so much ray. Your thoughts on competition starting to roll out in some form. The point where I mean. It's like everything else. I you know I had this conversation with my neighbor today. Everybody's gotTa do what they think is right right now. You Know I. I'm doing what I think is right and everybody else needs to do the same thing and God bless him. I hope we're all right. You know nobody's wrong on these decisions but I you know. I'M NOT GONNA Judge Anybody. Right now and I hope they don't judge me. Adrian your thoughts on competitions rolling out as long as they can do it safely. I'm open to the idea but like Ray. I'm I'm a little skeptical but if they can be safe do it. All Right. We are here talking with. And and by the way we do have Adrian back up and running here. So let's we have Adrienne Miller Daniel von Ray lampy joining me here on the show. We're here to talk about the nine semi finalists on the Twenty Twenty Barbecue Hall of fame ballot before we start to break down the names and their significance of the live fire industry. I don't want to just assume that everybody knows who you guys are as I gain new listeners. All the time and I just don't assume we all love to think everybody knows of course but can we take just a brief second. Get a little background on each of you guys. How long you've been on the Committee for the Barbecue Hall of fame and perhaps more importantly what you feel. You are bringing to that committee table. In regards to knowledge qualification. And all this stuff so Adrian. Let's start with right. I'm Adrienne Miller call myself. Soul food scholar. My tagline is dropping knowledge like hot biscuits so I was born and raised in Denver Colorado which loses me all street cred on the subject of Barbecue but Written a book on the history soul food black the White House and now I'm writing a book on the history of African American Barbecue. Should be out in a year from now and being barbecue joints all around the country. It's tradition I grew up in I've on the committee for this is about a year now. This is my second time going through the voting and one of the things that I'm really interested is just a a making sure that we have a diverse inclusive Barbecue all fame. That celebrates excellence as well. Daniel von your qualifications in quick background while it's a big on right there Well this is an industry that I've studied since long before I even became barbecue editor So as far as studying the names in the in the competition world Certainly more familiar with the restaurants for world as well as the historical figures So I feel like I'm Well rounded in. I guess knowledge of all those different industries You know and really when it comes down to it. We're all in a big committee here and I'm feel like I'm pretty good at arguing as well. And that's that's half the fun Ray lampy. Who are you just showed up here? I mean I'm pretty. Well known I think my my background in the barbecue competition world but you know along with that came a obsession with barbecue which covers so many things so I I accidentally became a pretty well. Schooled historian on my own Like I said people thinking me as the competition guy but I wrote a book Barbecue Road trip in two thousand four and you know so. I've been studying this thing from all sides for a long time. I'm the new guy on the committee in quite an honor to be included with these guys are like I said I myself was a cook but And I think these guys are the guys who are writing and doing all the research and stuff and it's kind of fun to be included with him. Do you think it is important for you know if it wasn't you if it was somebody of your ilk to be in this committee so it's not just a bunch of guys that are well versed on the history and the culture but somebody who has also been on the cooking not saying these guys don't Cook but you know I'm you know from a competition side who knew who are seeing it from a different perspective. Well I think the other guys comment on it but I think there were people on the list that I was more familiar with than the other. Panelists just because I've lived in that world. Maybe more of us you know Adrian said diversity. And I'm a huge proponent of that I I've been a little bit involved with the barbecue all fame since inception Mike Tucker and Ray. Basso good friends of mine when they started it and I've always felt diversity was the what was going to make it viable and I mean black people white people fat ones skinny ones Texans and Carolinians and men and women and you name it I mean every every single possible angle diversity needed to happen and liquid pretty good job so I hopefully. I bring a little bit of that to the table to Daniel. Be The the FAT White Guy so. I'm not perfect and may diverse classes but but I sure do like a lot of diverse folks. Dan Did you think it's good to have somebody of of Race standing on that committee to to bring his point of view. Well I mean absolutely I was GonNa stop you before and say It's sounds like saying raise not cultured which I'd have to argue with That was actually really refreshing to a raise input You know we had. We've got lots of folks here On the list who who are from the restaurant side which I am well versed in But a lot of folks from the competition side that maybe I wasn't as well versed in I mean I'll say right now that Bill Arnold wouldn't be on the list without Raise input really filling us in on his imports. Not Somebody who is incredibly well known from You know stacking all the wins and grand championships competitions. Like you know tuffy stone. Who's already in the hall of fame and Darren Worth us on the list here You know it was somebody who had a real contribution to competition barbecue that Maybe isn't as obvious as putting big trophies up there and and really I think without raising input I think we none of us would have been as well educated on On really what he brought to the game Adrian your thoughts on having a guy like ray on the panel this time. Yeah I'm just GonNa Echo Daniel Kazaa. I didn't know a lot. A lot about the competition. Finalists or the nomination. So Ray was very helpful in kind of sorting that out so Yeah I'm glad to have him in the mix so let's talk a little. Let me say I want to say Greg. I want to say something about that. I I am happy to carry the torch for the competition. Guys I asked the beginning of the meeting if that was my position there But I can tell you and I hope these guys will back me up. I I question the competition guys too. When we talk about diversity I also WanNa see a diverse career for these hall of fame guys and just wanted a bunch of trophies. Cut It for me. You know it. It's going to be an important part but you gotta do some other stuff all right So let's talk about the hall of fame here just for a second and its history for a bit and you might find it hard to believe guys but there are some folks out there who have no idea that there was a barbecue hall of fame that it even exists. Can't believe even if there's no physical place. They didn't even know that there was a barbecue hall of fame. So Ray you alluded to it a couple of minutes ago but and you probably know more about the history of the Barbecue Hall of fame prior to the American royal getting. Its hands on it. So the best bessie recollection. How was it born? And how and who were the folks that originally installed this? Yeah Well Ray. Basso who had the original? Bbq Forum starts in. I think ninety five and back in the day there was nowhere else to hang out. We didn't have facebook and all that and so a lot of barbecue. Guys were were made friends there and Mike. Tucker from hog is barbecue up in Right outside the MOINA. Anthony Iowa Mike was always a big proponent. Mike would always fund these these crazy projects so they bought Whatever that website that they use is and they started to barbecue hall of Fame Online and those are now known as the legacy candidates early legacy members when they sold it or was a transaction that they gave it to the the American royal and the intention was to take it to the next level I don't know why the American royal always considered those members different than everybody else but they do and that's what that's all about But it's it's been a good thing I you know it. We started way too late man. This thing needed to start fifty years ago and I think we're getting there but when you look at that list there's just so many people that do belong into Barbecue Hall of fame and it's GonNa take a while to get caught up. That's what I what I think. We just started way too late Adrian. We have been some of the. We've seen some of the biggest evolutions Of the hall sense. It has transitioned from the online entity. That ray was talking about to the American royal taking over. What do you think some of the biggest changes that you've seen over that timeframe are so just getting it started enrolling has been good I do quibble though about the diversity. I don't think we have enough especially African. Americans represented in our Barbecue Hall of fame. Which is one reason why I got involved but I think that it's starting to show a nice spread of diverse styles in different genres within barbecue..

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"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

02:59 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"You not Bill Arnold? Arnold Bill had any PODCAST. I'm forgetting about yes. I earned that because I am terrible with names. All forget recipe's name if I don't have it on his name tag on his name. Hi My name is rusty. Aren't so anthony. Has Leeann and Jon Marcus and Bill Arnold for his twenty twenty class rusty? Who's it in in your estimation liens great? She did pave the way for women. Darren is probably one of the best cooks. And the nicest Guy Ever WanNa talk to your whole life You know I don't know Desert Robinson's part. The only one that list. I couldn't tell you about but if it was me as a poker player and back in the day when rounders came out that really changed the Games and everything blew up. You know there wouldn't be poker on. Espn or they're always was. But you know what I'm saying if it wasn't for that show so Jon Marcus for me is shoe and I think just because of what he's done for the sport of Competition Barbecue Bill Arnold. Of course Men everyone everyone says on here. You know to copy his rubs and seasonings and mostly his sauces. Yeah is the best thing ever and Aaron Franklin kind of I don't know I think he has a game in a way that Jon Marcus it. He exp- he exposed the Texas Barbecue to the world. You know no one would be doing what he you know he in such a way and techniques and the way that he's opened himself up to teach people about it. I think as game changing as well and man I'd say close fourth agree with me ahead and save me head. Because he's also pioneering stuff you know he's able to take all of that s and say hey it's not all crazy we let's dumb it down so. I know I want a little more. I would put that. I would put that probably saying Jon. Marcus Bill Arnold in Franklin me had in that order only three but okay got it got really convoluted there towards the end. Russi so Who who who are the three that are going in. I Apologize Okay. The three are going to be Jon. Marcus Bill Arnold and Aaron Franklin Air Air Franklin. Okay there you go myself. He's very Guys are dropping new episodes each week. Correct every Thursday. We had John Lindsay on from al-Qaeda. Who was my state hero? So I was really excited about that one. So that's coming out this Thursday Anthony. What's the hardest part about doing a podcast? The hardest part doing a podcast is probably getting it out there. It's wrestling I. We can bullshit all day long about Barbecue and remembering people's names obviously but getting it out. There is definitely the most difficult things I've noticed with the PODCAST Russi. What's the worst barbecue? Podcast out there right now. The worst the worst. That's on the.

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"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Go to our website and search for aquarium pit you'll see Just a class operation and it's a family operation. They've been there for years and nobody has anything bad to say about it. And she there There's several others Who clearly belong in there. I think have a chance I think if I were voting. I would be the number four choice. Let me let me quickly review the list for the that are now you have Oklahoma Joe Davidson. Who you know was part of Oklahoma. Joe's the restaurant Kansas City before him and staying split walk but then he went on to do Oklahoma. Joe's smokers Bill Arnold with Blues Hog. I mean you think competition barbecue. I think everybody thinks about blue's hog as soon as you think. A competition barbeque. Everybody you know there are fifty imitations of Louis in bottles and even I have a recipe called Jazz. Haag which is a attempt at an invitation. So it's a concept the formulate a flavor profile really different than your classic KC masterpiece or craft your standard red barbecue sauce. And it's really popular in the unit and that's how Bill Arnold me his name and name and he's he's nominate but you have to try. That are returning. You have earned Franklin no real description dated as Ray Robinson as you just informed us then you have a meathead from mazing ribs dot com. Then I other first timers you have Jon Marcus. Who if you've ever watched the second of Barbecue Television John Marquez? Because he's the one that's pretty much brought every fain regular yes up. He's been on the show number tasks and John is just an erudite intellectually Unique He's a playwright. He won an emmy as a writer for the bill cosby show. He created Barbecue television with barbecue. Pitmasters years ago did several seasons of it. He himself has numerous of smokers and grills which he hauls around for charity events. All the time A real a real match Rodney Scott for mighty Scott Barbecue. Obviously one of the whole hog and Carolina Barbecue Masters. And then you have a Darren war from Iowa smokey dis so is both a word about let me say a word about their. Darren lives in Iowa. I'm in the Chicago area. There's a competition. Not Far. From my home he comes to every year. It's probably not gonNA survive this crisis. It was in trouble to begin with but I went down there and don't care to judge much anymore on like sitting in a tent and tasting. But I want around. I know a lot of these competitors and I've learned to like Darren's food and he was winning and he and his wife Sherry and I hit it off and I would go to this event and just hang out and he let me watch him. Cook so I learned an awful lot. About how top. Notch Competition Cooks Cook. He's one team of the year at least once. Maybe two three five times. But I'm here to tell you I taste a lot of barbecue. Everything he cooks is my benchmark. His ribs are just knee-buckling spectacular his risk. It has pull bar. I mean. I don't get excited about pulled pork anywhere. Have a healthy again excited about polpartment. His just spectacular everything. He does spectacular He's just a brilliant cook and then rounding out that list. Leeann weapon who has been on the scene for you know decades at this point Originally with wood chicks had the restaurant catering business opened up a restaurant. Chicago there for awhile since moved into some other Barbecue down in Florida Area TV a bunch of times. Yeah I think her doctor Barbecue. Were like two blocks from there. So that rounds out the top nine so all right. Let's be honest as we come to a close here in this abridged version of a meat had here on the seconds. Your personal thought. Chances.

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"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"This year is ray lengthy hall of Famer so Gray was after going this year for a multitude of reasons He has a different perspective than some of the others on our committee from a different region and also a hall of Famer he gives us a really good insight into how the rest of the hall of famers are feeling and what they want out of this the goals and what our future really brings so then only is he sharing his back knowledge from the nominating process. But also as it carries on through you know what the future of the Hall of Fame Physical Location looks like and events. We could toast to call of that. So we're excited to have him join. And then the American royal it part of this more as a waiter monit monitor moderator when it comes to conversation so we're really there to help move the information to the nominating committee. Make sure we stay on track and get a get. Meet our deadlines and goals. Make sure we have all the information and that kind of thing so much as we are part of the Committee. I would say our voices The one that's really making sure that we hit our goals were This grouping based strong and picking the the top nine right we are being joined here by Emilie. Parker's we are getting ready to announce the nine seven finalists that will be eligible for potential induction into the class of two thousand twenty Barbecue Hall of fame. Here one last question before we get to that Emily for the folks today that are making it into the nine are they under some kind of a similar decay period. Like that big pool. Or if you don't get in this year you will start with a there are going to be any carryovers in that semi-finalist lists it will be a fresh nine right from the beginning. You could have some extra ones or some names that show from year to year. But you're not carrying anybody who that is correct so there is no carry over in the semi finalist list. We take the full pool and discuss every single person again because the year prior so they're potentially could be people who drop off of the semi finalist list or people who stay on Multiple years either is fine but yes each. Each name voted on because that year or emily. Are you ready? I'm ready are you ready? Do I am all right? Emily go we are going to announce the nine seven finalists and they will then be sent out to vote. Oh that should be. I'm sorry I'm teased and now I'm pulling back once we come up with these nine. These are sent out to the current living hall of fame members. Vote on top. Three will be the ones that comprise the class. That is right now just to reconfirm for any of the members that were put in posthumously. Or maybe they've passed away from do they were live when they got into. They are now Those are those people aren't voted nor are those votes passed down to some living member for them to take up for. It's just whoever is living and in the hall of fame is going to be the ones casting. Those final votes added correct all right now. We're ready I turn the floor over to you in no particular order emily habit. Okay all right. So the two thousand twenty semi finalists for the Barbieri Hall of fame are as follows. William Bill Arnold Aaron Franklin meathead Goldwyn..

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"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

The BBQ Central Show

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show

"Com is the website if you're up in that neck of the woods and You want to put in a time slot or do that. Why not help out Darren and everybody over there as we get through this time? Outside of the Business Darren House grand parenting life man there is. Everybody always told me it would change my life and I kinda discounted that a little bit. you talk about. Change Your Life. I mean just just crazy you know and we've been so busy at the restaurant. I really only get a see they by you know maybe once a week maybe twice. If I'm lucky actually you know tomorrow morning. I haven't seen him all week long tomorrow. Morning's by I'm going to go to breakfast. Sneak out for breakfast at seven. Am and go take breakfast to my daughter and getting to spend a half hour with him tomorrow morning so kind of excited about that I. It just brings a fresh joy to our life that nothing else matters. No matter how bad your day goes when you see the picture of the old Griffin man it it just brings you right back you know for me. It's it's weird because You know I'm sure you're not marking time like I would like to thank. Everybody does but you've been coming on this show at least for eleven years and I remember when we did the big brisket roundtable with you and Rod Steve Fair and when you guys were all chasing team of the year back then it never occurred to me all the way back then that I would be talking to anybody other than Darren. War that pitmasters guy. And now it's Darren worth pitmasters guy but also life changes life evolves. We all get older and now he's a grandfather because guess what we're all getting older year after year so evolution of life and a whole other even a grand parenting has to be better than any G see that you've knocked down so far right. Oh just just just amazing and I I actually what? It's just going to get better better. But he is. He is just I mean he just it. It's just something about. He just has many expressions. He's got one hundred expressions and he'll show them all in a matter of thirty seconds. You know so it gets a little. When he comes over to our house at night he gets a little grumpy. So that's why do breakfast business now? Instead of night visits because he seems to get a little more cranky when he comes to visit. Papa me So you know we we just over breakfast time and these happiest could be more than just like me. Get Him One. He's happy no doubt about now tomorrow. Darren we're going to be unveiling exclusively here on this show. We like to do the nine semi finalists for the two thousand twenty Barbecue Hall of fame. That class of course will be introduced in three weeks time after that on the twenty seventh you give any thought to getting into the Barbecue Hall of fame. Is that something that You I guess everybody would like to have it happen. I guess if you're in the industry but if it didn't happen would you even think twice about it now? I'm I'm not enough to be there. You're not old enough to be Chris Lilley's in there. I don't think I'm old enough to be there. I can you know you know the one thing about the Barbecue Hall of fame and I love the program and I love everything. That's happened The only the only issue that I have is. You know there's people on the inside and all you know that have had changed the sport forever but maybe not in the public eye you know for instance old Dave Old. Dave stamper out of Indiana. I guarantee Dave has taught more people how to barbecue than anybody else. But nobody's really ever heard of it. The old timers no of him But the but there's guys like that that their heart and soul was just into teaching and it wasn't about classes causing money. It was like hey come over here. I'll show you what to do for years and years and years so I I'd like to figure out some of that spirit. I mean I think I think Bill Arnold should have been there a long time ago. you know. He's one of the guys. That's the most deserving I mean think about blues hogs think about blue's hog and competition barbecue. I mean is there been any other product that had such a profound effect on competition barbed view as blue. Yeah no doubt I mean I think you say competition barbecue in the mind. Just kind of immediately goes to blues hog or Many of the other attempts add blues hog that are probably carrying a different label. I mean it's certainly a brand a flavor that has gone on for the one was the first time you used it or even heard about it. Oh I mean it was. It was years ago. I mean I BILL. Arnold used to deliver it to me In the back of his truck and was funny he would he would show up and he'd run these routes and he'd stop here at TNT landscaping hog as by redoing acne. And He'd show and the cases would be all wet in the back of his truck from raining and he was. He was making that sauce in his kitchen. You know and and we would. He would make it specially for us even as early as two thousand three two thousand four. You know we weren't. We weren't getting the something that was made. In fact rule gives us something that was made Kim and that happened for years You know until it got so popular and thing so Yeah been around a long time. There's things like that like smoking guns Barbecue. You know so it was a great mentor. Remind he's another one that should be on that list about how he's changed he was he was my original mentor in the restaurant. Business and in the competition world so You know and so when I truly good friends and usually talk at least every other week I if not be attached about what's going on so well. Those seem to be the pinnacle products. He was smoking guns hot. It was blue's Hog. I think similar NDOC was was in there as well like those. Were the pioneers right head. Country is well head country. Yeah I always. I always tell people you know. Today's rubs You know kind of they all have the same thing I mean. There's not much those were the original and I think you know not taking a little bit back to using some of those you know and there's certain things like you know smoking guns hot that you know they've they've made a little change in there made it because of me. 'cause we actually use that revenue restaurant we buy politics the time and we had You know we had a deal that customers kept talking to us about MSG and and how bad MSG was and certain things and they kind of caved into the pressure and said hey token you make me make me a batch of smoking guns hot with no MSG and they had to kind of reformulate a little bit and then fill thought it was a pretty good idea Of this for himself to just kind of switch over that whole Labor well what he didn't realize that it was a detriment to a lot of barbecue cooks Without having MSG but you know. I'm not sure if I'm supposed to announce but I have the first box of the new smoking guns hot original formula sitting in my car right now all right well we'll Anxiously await your social media review when she gets your tongue on that no doubt about so I mean obviously you guys would be you know pretty far into a competition season at this point or at least getting your feet wet. What do you miss most about competition? Is it the camaraderie and seeing those old friends and Getting to those contests you really like. Whether they're bigger not while I just the people you know just hanging out with the people Second of all it's the food you know. I mean it. Just you know almost brings tears to my eyes that we weren't able to go to Hammond. Louisiana Pensacola Florida and kind of do that annual trip. We always do and just eat our way along the coastline and seafood. And get a you know. Stop in and see our good buddy. Kevin Greenbelt is the butcher shop. Even though I don't really buy stuff he's still a great friend of mine. WE JUST. We just have a good time and we always stop there. And there's you know going down to Toronto and seeing Brad and getting some Buddha and cracklins and Just everything about it. I mean it's just it's tough but you know the fact that matters. I really haven't had time to even think about competition barbecue. Today was kind of the first day that I really sat down for a second and say wow. Where did that go? You know where. Where do we go from here? Because I haven't even looked at schedule. Truthfully I mean I know it's going to be a very compacted schedule. I think it's going to be like a NASCAR race. It right at the end that we're GONNA be going every weekend strong in August September all the way through the end of the year outside of the competition. It appears you might have filled some of that hobby with collecting bourbon bottles. You like a. What's more expensive Barbecue competitions or Burgh unskilled. I.

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"bill arnold" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"All the more reason to get home delivery am I correct I think so well Mister Mister hand someone says Mr hand obviously lack the enzyme to process the alcohol yeah but that's only a defense for illegal aliens okay and Mr Hannah does not sound like an illegal alien to me okay so I want to I want to read this before you go back to Ukraine and the trial and all that and and also was Elizabeth Warren's latest big endorsement well I wonder what I read this story for this is a story in the globe charges dropped an effort to avoid harsh collateral consequences such a quotes harsh collateral consequences spark a backlash for district attorney Rollins so in the in November one of her aides goes into BMC Boston municipal court seeking a new trial for Somali at least this a Molly what he wants to change his plea on a two thousand eleven conviction stealing guild the stealing from a jewelry from a Boston street vendor it was a misdemeanor conviction but he was going to get deported if they didn't do something about it so is gonna get deported back to Somalia where I guess you know he could be in a on market go back there together if she gets deported so what the state and the this case and has now risen to the to the ashtray see that's going to be heard before single justice table away who was married to Jenni Buckingham the former boss of massport at nine eleven but anyway so the kid this case had been dragging on for years in front of judge Sally Callie and I should she discovered that there was apparently she thinks there's some fraud involved in this deception I should say deception not fraud and so they waited until Sally Kelly the BMC judge was out of court that day so they brought it before this other guy named Michael point and they basically didn't tell him how the case of the dragon on of the day were judge they were judged shopping without telling the judge that they were judge shopping so they filed a they filed a motion to dismiss the case and because this tamale his name is awesome on bill Arnold had rehabilitated himself and had just held a steady job five days later and I recall point ordered the lawyers back to court he accused him of misconduct for telling him the judge Callie judge Sally Kelly who accepted Bilal's guilty plea in two thousand eleven had sensed tonight for motions for a new trial most recently in July because he's done a lot of other crimes was we're going to see here queen vacated judge point vacated his order granting bill bill all a new trial this is the US Amali criminal and reinstated his conviction queen returned the case the judge Sally Kelly who it's some it's bill all to probation and two thousand eleven Kelly promptly the night his latest bid writing that it was routed and deception she accused the lawyers of trying to side step or jurisdiction over the case by presenting it to the point on the only.

"bill arnold" Discussed on Decorating Pages

Decorating Pages

10:17 min | 3 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on Decorating Pages

"Some of Hollywood's most famous sets interviews from Sak raiders production designers directors and actors about creating the TV about their design. Inspirations stories that take from page to screen. Hello and welcome to decorating pages. I'm your host Kim. One up I am. I should say I'm your sick host Kim one up because Santa was good enough to bring my whole family colds and coughs this year. So the last five days of basically been a blur of little runny noses and Binging lawson space on the flex So sorry if my voice is a little off Has anyone watching lost in space on net flicks. I kinda I like it. I mean I binge it because I think the sets are so good. I mean the production value. I think of of these sentences I. I'm kind of fascinated that they're putting so much money into it because I don't find that the stories that could it's very simple if you're looking for a simple thing to binge that's it it's not I'm not I think every episode is going to get better and then it doesn't but then but then the lead you to think that the next episode is going to get better. They're good at that. I would say but I. I've binged that we binge that in the two days so yeah sick Sick with babies is on cool. I gotta say that but We're getting better. It's going to be fine so happy new year to everyone. And thank you again for all your support this year looking forward to a full twenty twenty of new episodes. GonNa try to get better at the social media postings and facebook updates. I'm really bad at that. I'm sorry and bad tooting my own horn. All I really do is the email blasts and I hope you're getting that if you want to if you not unsubscribe. I'm totally fine with that. I will not be offended But I'm really proud of all the interviews. We did this year and I'm so thankful that people have given their time to this and I'm learning from everyone and I hope you are too. I can't promise I won't screw up the audio again but I keep so you know so here is part. Two of my interview with set decorator David Smith and to be honest. The man has so much to say. And it's all Jim's all gems It was really hard to edit this interview. He had a wonderful career in TV and film and he's just gone strong in this interview. We get into some of his specific projects like his work on the his first film shop girl How worked with Nancy Meyers on the holiday. Which I'm sure you might have Even watched this holiday season working with the same people the same production designer for twelve projects. Which that's that's a milestone in itself that's unbelievable and Working on locations for films like the last holiday and Vampires apprentice. He got his first computer in two thousand six. I'm not joking so get ready for that. He's also been working as an additional set decorator on projects like ARGO. Gone Girl Vice and unbelievable So we talk about how to construct the work with the other decorator and Dividing up the project talks a lot about budgeting and working deals with prop houses and Working budget with the producer which it's a give and take with budget with budgets in our in our field. I mean it's tricky because there's variables at sometimes you can't control location work or how many days are gonNA shoot the sets and you have to budget for that. And it's real numbers that they the producers you know need to have so that's that's always a tricky thing in in our profession and I hope you enjoy. Let me ask you this. You did twelve fourteen films with Bill Arnold right you did recently dirty grandpa lovely little fuckers crazy stupid love. Shaq girl not and nine others. I mean can you talk about like working with someone? That much No no not not at all I I I. I met bill He was Janine Open Lawns Art Director and he did he was from Chicago. Are HE WORKED IN CHICAGO IN FROM CHICAGO? He and his wife came out here But I I met him because we did the pilot in the early nineties of La Law. I mean I'm sorry. L. A. Confidential and J heart and both Rosemary. Brandenburg HAD RECOMMENDED ME TO BILL. And he's named dropping other decorators was recommend you well only because. I think that's how we all got that's how we get jobs and that's one asset to being an. Sds is that that you got to know people and people you know. Yeah absolutely and we don't really often work together as decorators. It's beginning to happen a little bit more now which is good but anyway so so I met bill on and we did a pilot and be hit it off and then I think we might have done one other pilot and then we did the first film that we did together with shop girl which I love which was fabulous experience. Nazi Martin. Really the you know. It was really interesting. Because Steve Martin was producer on that as well as having written the the Novella and Based on his real life But he I think he was very compartmentalized while was doing this and so he was the actor of we saw it none of his other hats where being Lorne during this And we had a really interesting director by the name of an an tucker and It was Nice. It was just a really nice experience in town and You know the story was written for socks and sacks win didn't WanNa play ball I mean on Neiman. Marcus didn't want it was written for Neiman. Marcus because she worked at the glove counter at Neiman Marcus theoretically in the story and Neiman didn't WanNa play and so he ended up shooting at Saks and we took over the second the men's department and we turn that into the the formal the gowns area and where the shop counter was. It was fairly short. Time is maybe thirty days thirty five days and not as huge budget practical much many locations just changing. Yeah we built. We built We built the tour bus We did and we did that. The cabin or the sleeping area of that But most of it was location work. Yeah Yeah Yeah so. That was your first. That was my first movie and then the next movie I and and at that time I had just from. I done a TV show and It was shutting down and I bought one of the apple computers on that and I bought Orange Clam Shell and so I had that. That was the first time that I had a computer. And when we finished shop girl he said to me our next movie which is good to hear a designer. Our next movie You gotta get a better computer. The next movie that we did was a movie. Called last holiday Queen Latifah and It ended up shooting For Twenty twenty some odd days in New Orleans and then we went to the Czech Republic And the show had originally been written it it. It was an adoption of another movie And the script had been written for East La and Switzerland and so because of tax credits We did it here. I mean we went to New Orleans at for L. A. And change the location to La. And then we went to the Czech Republic and that was great fun. Good time no no but but I but I got a new computer and I got. I got a smartphone. I got a new phone and I got a digital camera. Well I mean I'm looking at. It was two thousand six Bert. You're really I was slow. Slow where are you still using? Polaroid's what we do know one hour photo one hour photo I know and then half hour photo and then it would be like print never the younger and you go through in cartridges. Like a dozen a day and ridiculous and then I know I'm going to skip over to ask about the holiday dishonesty about the staircase murders. All I have was obsessed with that documentary and all of the little updates and everything. So did you get to meet Michael now. No he was imprisoned out so much I didn't know if he had any sort of like input or anything. No no in fact I think they walked on a little bit eggshells. I saw the documentary and I thought we're going to do a dramatized version of it because the documentaries pretty scary and really good but The documents are staircase murders happened.

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"bill arnold" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"bill arnold" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Just felt like I had to do that is this gem no it's the other guy will host a show is this Jim well are you listening to the program you're on hold you're getting the audio right through the receiver directly into your ear so if I say to you let's go to buffalo to talk to Dan Hey Dan how are you who else could it be but wrong who's to say that hoch tell me old man I take the big head James Kelly should have brought yes it's jam or Vance mac or Rome or snag Leo or don't gas or whatever you wanna call me yes but well it's going to be not that confusing I know that there's a certain amount of panic the kicks in when you hear that which means you're on the air but it was gonna be is this gem no its pull more size in courses GM their end thank you often way to go that'll be great Chappie that the whole thing too and for what are you wanted off the mafia still here well we are yeah I know I it was more rhetorical question I know you physically still there I know buffalo still exists are you still live there yes it's me this gem our E. ask is this Rick what Dan which Johnny whoever you are remember I mentioned wrecking buffalo he understands the rules of engagement he knew who I was and I knew who he was and then wells found out who rate wise he made this call Friday in order to win the three six zero all these events taking his Twitter victory lap one week for that stupid name drop by the really needs to focus on is that what the sonogram video he posted last week from during the war the general notes many men around the world so did you want to it's a good call you can put up any time now I well what's fair is fair let's get the response we go to the three six zero well as in the three six Joe wells what's up HM not much are yeah I want to call back and respond to Rick for make it but we've been doing a gender reveal for my future son Rick you should consider doing a generous feel for yourself and where to go with the Jenner you'll smack boomer I mean the only thing later than that is your left eye I don't know if you saw the pictures on Twitter this out that the bill game yesterday I can't help you looking at the camera you're checking out some baby section one oh six road twenty three this guy can look at Josh Allen and receivers forty are down field at the same time but it finally makes sense about how a teacher can call so much during school hours it's got a good I'd wanted students love lazy eyed reading this crappy script and if you don't need a college student he discovered an eye out for the no we've looking at I mean this is I believe you're right around one of motorized skateboard I think probably more than James harden but a it all started I did a generous bill Arnold records tried his gender reveal their all excited then the blue but we're going take away and that's what they're expecting the family there the cardboard box opens with purple balloon everyone continues the family just a contract you guys are having a beta male alright back to do was go full Gordon Hayward and wide receiver Daddy always happy Ricky dad wasn't happy you have disappointed then you're disappointed everyday since I'm out look at well it's getting in under the buzzer no last all right when we come back see.

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