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NRA Debacle Updates; Background Check Bill Passed by U.S. House; Handgun Ammunition Choises: Gun Talk Radio | 03.14.21 Hour 1

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Talk if you'd like to join us here. It's pretty easy. The number is eight six six. Talk gun easier honestly. If you just dial. Tom talk gun egypt. Remember it that way and we're open lines all the time something you wanna talk about. We'll do that although we do have guests lined up and we have a lot of important things to talk about. I'll also give you a range of. I went to the rains. This week cited in a rifle. And i just picked up stuck. I wonder four scope on it. Why that well. We'll talk about why. Low-power variables scopes checked out some ammo carrier. Ammo wanted to make sure it's doing what it's supposed to do. So i'll give you that report as well as i took a buddy to the store. He wanted to buy a new pistol. So we got a new nine millimeter pistol. And i'll go through the whole drill of letting him try a number of different ones which one he ended up picking out and also the kind of odd recommendation from the sales staff on self animal. Now this has been ongoing for years. And i've talked about this and the reason that we have all these different types of hand ghanem. They're supposed to be super duper blitzer. Blaster stop them in their tracks. Frankly is because handgun ammo doesn't work very well when it comes to stopping an attack witness the recent episode and you can see it on video of the montgomery county maryland. Sheriff's deputy who shoots a guy twelve times at nearly point blank rains before the guy decided to be impressed that he was being shot and fell down. Why is that because handguns. Just don't work that well for self defense and we can certainly talk about that as go along. But let's this spin back to the ugly peyton place debacle. That's going on at the nra and try to make some sense of where we are today and and when it's going to mean to you and one of the guys it's been really following this just currently but as followed this for years and for decades because of a long family connection jeff. Knox joins us now from the firearms. Coalition jeff thanks for joining us man. Hey tom happy to be here. Well it is a mess. And i guess i should explain for those who may not know your dad. Was that the nra the first director of iowa. If i remember right not really the first because it and it kind of wishy washed along cucolo was actually excecutive director. Right before dad Right after the cincinnati reforms the cincinnati revolt in one. Thousand nine hundred. Seventy seven Bob and and harlin had a falling out and Harlan big dad to come to dc and and take the job on an interim basis for just a few months so they could line things up to bring somebody else in and Dad got on the airplane and mom looked at us and said well you might as well start packing your bags. 'cause we're moving to dc neo. Knox and i'm just going to say he was the voice of and maybe the beginning of the modern gun rights movement. I believe. I think that's a fair. You know they. They referred to him as the conscience of the gun. Right's movement and. I think that that was very accurate Because dad was well first off. He was a gun guy to his core. He was one of the top technical writers in in the country. Issue you a writer and editor a champion shooter and then a gun rights guy and in one of the one of the principles of the nineteen seventy seven revolt in cincinnati. I was there. I was in the room when it all happened. It was stunning when the members took over the nra and unfortunately in the year census more to the point where elaine lafayette and his cronies have changed enough change. The bylaws made it somewhere between difficult and impossible for the board to remove him and then orchestrated. And this is just me talking my take on this orchestra to where you can't get on the board unless you get neal's approval way lop ears approval and you can't get on the list from the nominating committee and less wayne lapierre's so it if you're not on the list of nominating committee. There's almost no chance you're gonna make arnold board so everyone on the board. Almost almost is beholding to wayne lapierre's for their positions so they're not going to turn around and vote him out. How am i doing so far. That's that's pretty accurate. There's the occasional exception and the surprise. yes but For the most part. That's that's the way it's working. And and more importantly than that is that wine and and his folks up at the top his his tight circle at the very top. Have been using the nra to Line their pockets. I think that it's that it's absolutely inexcusable. For anyone working for a nonprofit to become wealthy on the back of that nonprofit because you're talking about getting rich off of twenty five dollar donations from people who who can't really afford the twenty five dollars donation and that to me is is just simply a sin le. Let me you're to kind. They have been raping the way. We say they're taking money. We're talking not a little man. we're talking tens of millions and possibly over the course of the years. Hundreds of millions of dollars have flowed into their pockets and gone into the pockets of their friends and cronies and vendors and people who are taking care of them so they get taken care of back and forth. I mean we know that. Actually there's no doubt it is more than hundreds of billions of dollars if you take all the billing and everything else over the years well and and a whole lot of that is legitimate. I mean it really is that. There's no doubt money was going to have to be spent anyway and hawaiian not spend it in a way that that enrich my buddy or my my spouse or my spouse second cousin on the you know once removed it's but at the same time it's it's it's sleazy and that's a good word for it and i it's frustrating. It really is it. Is it for those of us. Who have a real strong belief in the mission of the nra and not just from the political side but from the competition side hunter side gun safety side firearms training fifty thousand plus firearms. Instructors all the rest of the things in our all of those have been put in jeopardy by the crowd. You just gotta and the report. I'm just getting this past week from two different sources. Who actually three. Now i think of it. Is that the new york attorney. General's office who's investigating wayne and the nra they have more than one hundred thousand pages of depositions and evidence hundred thousand pages so far in the investigation. It's it's breathtaking. It's stunning is what it is and I in the probably the most interesting piece of of all of this is if you you go out online and i think i've got it on my website if i don't i'm planning have it on my website very soon. It's Ackerman mcqueen's Complaint against nra and in our in our as rebuttal to that complaint and there's no question that in a in a legal battle when you file your complaints and your your motions and my side of the story you're going to spin your my side of the story to to make it sound as good as possible for your side and as bad as possible for the other side And and both you can clearly when you read their documents you can clearly. We see them spinning that story but act back would have to be blatantly incredibly foolishly and perjury lying in order to spin as far as they're claiming in their side of the story I i'm talking that their executives would be going to jail Based on what they're saying if it's not true and nra nra's document there are clear absolute lies in nra's document that we know are not true. It didn't happen that way. Specifically the ollie north incident. We know it didn't happen that way. And yet it's in those legal briefs and if they're lying about that what else are they lying about. And the only reason i can see for anyone to. Why dramatically in a court of law is I mean for the money. Yeah maybe but to keep my butt out of prison or not. That i was gonna say. That's the lesser risk because the greater risk is that we all ended up in handcuffs and we go to federal prison. This thing and i and i will tell you. I've heard from a number of people who think that's exactly what's going to happen. Some of the people at the top are in fact gonna go to prison. Let me ask a question before we go to break. We're talking with jeff knox from the firearms coalition on the web firearms coalition dot. Org in your view. Jeff long-term watcher of array. Your whole life been there lived life. Do we end up. Do we end up with an existing. Nra by the end of this year. I think that there's a great a good possibility and The there are so many pieces in this puzzle. The key piece right at this moment is the bankruptcy filing Nra filed for chapter eleven reorganization bankruptcy. And then it kinda fell apart on them and I think that that the bankruptcy court is probably the best place to resolve this right now as long as the case remains in the bankruptcy court doesn't get tossed. The new york ag is trying to get it tossed out of bankruptcy court Ackerman mcqueen wants tossed out of bankruptcy court. Nra wants to stay in bankruptcy court but they want to change the rules and on wego. It's the biggest mess we're talking with. Jeff knox from farms coalition. Check it out farms. It's dot org. We'll be back in just a minute and when we do we'll talk about what else is going on there supposed to be an emergency in our a board meeting taking place right now as we speak weirdly enough got cancelled two nights ago. Utterly no explanation. Talk about what i think is going on when we come back brown continues its tribute to eugene's donor. 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Oh we've called it off with explanation of what's going on. What are you hearing about that well and with people already on the ground in dallas. They called it off Which is just stunning. The rumor that that is running as well the claim that's floating around is that it was covid related that someone who was critical for being at the meeting had covert exposure and therefore it all. What are they talking about. Who in the seventy six member board of directors. How is it possible that that one or even a dozen people not being able to be present would would be reason to shut it down and if only we had a technology where you could stay at home and participate in a meeting from afar right. Yeah if only something we wanna pick really clear is that that. This is the first time. I i am aware of. I cannot think of any other time that an emergency meeting of the board of directors has ever been called for the nra. I i don't think it's ever happened. They changed the bylaws somewhere along the line because my copy of the bylaws said that the required thirty days notice but the current bylaws say seven days. Notice the current bylaws also. I do believe Approve of zoom meetings Telephonic meetings So what's what's the point. I think that absolutely what happened. Was they polled their their faithful board members and found them to not be so faithful. I think that hold their board members and found that too. Many of them had questions. About why the hell are we doing this. Or why the hell didn't you ask me before you did this. And that's a critical key question because the bankruptcy was filed by wayne lapierre on january the fifteenth. Just what seven days after a board meeting seven. Eight hundred yes and The it wasn't mentioned in the board meeting now they're saying legally technically wayne had the authority to reorganize the association and the special litigation committee which was also approved at that board meeting Had the authority to authorize wayne to have authority. But it's the type of a question that really should have gone to the full board and they had two opportunities to do that at the members meeting in november and followed by a board meeting and then at the january board meeting And they didn't mention it at either one of those we let me just because it makes everything it puts everything in question the whole chapter eleven filing everything else whether it's legal everything else. We're getting pretty far in the we. We're gonna lose an awful lot of people unless you're really into this could it's just. It's just a bloody mess a from my perspective. This is just me talking. Okay my personal opinion. I think the level of corruption is probably at a depth that we can't even imagine it we haven't found out we. We know how bad it is. It has been. But i don't think we know the full extent and at some point we're gonna find out who would actually was going on there. I mean it's what we know is somewhere between horrible and unimaginable. I think it's going to be worse than that. What are you here. i mean i. Two things are happening at the same time. I hear people saying. I'm not rejoining. I'm not reopened my membership i'm not joining etc etc at the same time. The nra saying you know funding has never been better. We're making money hand over fist. What's going on well. The reality is that they're in the best financial shape that they've been in in years. That's an absolutely true statement because for years they've been in the red that's how they can claim that they're in the best shape they've been in their fundraising is not spectacular. They laid a bunch of people off due to covid. They cut back a bunch of programs they quit. Nra tv which was a a money. Some the only thing they're really paying for right now is the lawyers. And they're paying out the nose for bill burr attorneys. They paid over seventeen and a half million or almost seventeen and a half million dollars for bill brewer attorneys in just ninety days before the bankruptcy filing talking and a half million millions of dollars a month and legal fees. It is unbelievable. And that whole thing. Bill brewer and ackerman mcqueen. It's like the weirdest peyton place dallas. Oh absolutely crazy stuff. We're ackerman mcqueen from angus mcqueen. Bill brewer who's now representing the nra guests ackerman queen is the son-in-law of the late angus mcqueen. It's just like basically ildem and this is one of the things brewer. Basically killed him. Angry was going through chemotherapy treatments. He and his doctors worked out a schedule so that he would have one of those. You know a good week or so between chemo treatments. For christmas and bill burr intentionally served him on december twenty third which made angus go crazy. He went apoplectic. Served him with papers. Ever never got out to the best of my knowledge that that that over christmas with his family by serving him these legal documents that he could have waited he game while waiting. But i i'm i'm just flat out of time here and it's like i say this story goes on and on. I'm going to suggest that people if they want to keep up with what's going on and it's not easy. I'm glad you're doing that. They check out firearms coalition dot org. And see what you're doing and you're keeping people up to date on that in the meantime. I'm just going to keep our fingers crossed. We can. i just want to save the nra. And i appreciate everything you're doing. I kind of agree with me. We gotta save this good organization. We just got to get these rascals out absolutely tom there some funding opportunities going to be coming up. People help need to get involved and now post that on my website. Perfect sounds good. Keep us if you. I really appreciate that jeff knox from barnes coalition when we come back what the congress the house just do. What are these bills. They just pass gun control bills. Yeah affect every single. One of us back with tom gresham. It's gun talk. Six talked gun. It should go without saying but it probably would say Our last guest comments made by guests are not Indicative of my opinion and anything else. Sometimes i hear things there and go didn't know that i wouldn't have said that. But there you go. So there's that one of the things that kind of top of mind for a lot of us right now. What's going on in the us. Congress the house of representatives just passed to gun control laws bills. They're not laws. Have to the senate at to be signed. This is the personification of elections have consequences. And i can get into the whole. Who did what who didn't do what at some point but that's really doesn't help us at the moment. What we have to do is focus on what's going on. What's the battle. I mean we can take the long view but sometimes you gotta fight the people who are coming over the walls and that's what's going on. It's we are right now helping us to understand what just happened and explain these bills. Bit mark oliva from the national shooting. Sports foundation dot org. Hey mark how are you sir. Doing very well tom having me today. You bet so. Explain what just happened in the house of representatives if you could. Yeah so the speaker of the house. Nancy pelosi pushed through to gun control bills. That will push through the last congress But this time she did it. Without any debate in committee mark-up it went straight to the floor and Passed on nearly a party line. Vote is there are a couple of republicans who who side with it but it was a very narrow margin and now it's gone over to the senate where we're watching senate majority leader chuck schumer has vowed to at least bring this up for procedural vote But we still believe he probably does not have the support that he would need to overcome a filibuster much less Pass so he would. He would have to have sixty votes overcome the filibuster right. He would sixty votes to overcome the filibuster. And you've also got Some very pretty still centrist democrats who i think would have a very tough time Trying to explain a yes. Vote to their voters back in the states. I'm looking particularly at senator mansion In in west. Virginia who has vowed that he would not give up the filibuster he was gonna defended and we also know that he's been supportive of expanded background checks in the past but these bills don't do just expanded background checks tom. Where do they shot rate. Hra a national firearms registry. That means you me. Everyone of your listeners. Will they put on a government. Watch list simply for sizing your second amendment right which begins with purchasing vow and for years. We've heard the ordeal of a. Why would you object to register your gun. You registered your car well because nobody is out there claiming we want to take away all your cars but this same group that said we want to register. Your guns is the same group that often and publicly says we absolutely want to confiscate all of your guns. We don't think anybody. I own a gun and we know historically and i know it drives people crazy because they say oh you're just a conspiracy theorist historically every single time there has been widespread. Confiscation firearms is one hundred percent of the time been preceded by registration. Because it's impossible to do it. Otherwise you have to have a list of nowhere where to go to pick them up and the way you prevent the confiscation at least in my viewpoint is you don't allow registration and so you stop it now so you don't have to fight it then you're exactly right gun. Registries are always going to be the first step to confiscation it look simply on what president biden's rhetoric was during the campaign. He sat down with anderson cooper cnn. When asked what he confiscated lawfully on semi automatic rifles. Were talking over. Twenty million of these are in circulation. Today his answer was bingo. Yes i will so we know he wants to do it. We know he would love to set about going and do it and we're watching this starting slow roll train wreck happening candidate right now. Because they're doing the same thing but they don't have second amendment protections for natural god given right for you to keep and bear your arms so hr eight is what. They called a universal background. Check if i sell a gun to a private individual basically what it does is it. Criminalizes private sales. You go to jail for making a private sale. That you didn't the fbi's ground check approval on it does. There's there's a lot of devils in the details but you're right it make it a criminal act for you to sell a handgun to your neighbor that you've known for ten or fifteen years knowing that that person has a law abiding citizen you've known them you've had them in your home. You know that they may already own firearms but if you transfer a firearm them without fbi background check. According to this bill you'd be in violation of law. It would be subject to a federal crime and i know people are saying well. What's the big deal with. A big deal comes in the form of the next bill. Hr right fourteen. Forty six so-called charleston. Lupo bill reinsch again. We're looking at it on this it. None of these. Neither one of these bills actually solve any issue of reducing crime. What hr fourteen forty six would do would be to extend out the period in which the fbi could hold back background check. Well they need to look back at your information. Further in the bills representative clyburn has gone back. Say well this is what happened in in in the tragedy. Emmanuel ame church in charleston wasn't the fact that all would happen. What happens not not even local. Yeah local law enforcement never shared the disqualifying criminal background. Check information with the fbi. They never loaded that up to the fbi so instead of fixing the background check system making it easier for local law enforcement to share those criminal records. They want to make so that. If you don't immediately get a proceed you go into delay status. After ten days you have to prove to the government your innocence to be able to get that gun and everything on its head. That's on hand and right now after three days a gun store can go ahead and that gun or transfer that gun to individual under the supervision. Fourteen forty six. They would not be able to do that. And the point of fact there is no maximum amount of time it can take you know it could go on indefinitely again. It was after ten day period. If they still couldn't figure it out going to another ten business day period at the end of that ten business day period it would default out your background. Check is no good. After thirty days you have to start the process all over again. Okay so let me tell you the cycle we'd never gets fixed. Let me put these two together so now we have a bill that would say all sales of guns. Private sales of guns have to go through the f. b. i. background check and at the same time they're saying and we could actually delay those four ever and no one ever gets an fbi. Background checked approval. And you can't transfer a gun without that. You put the two of those together and it is a blueprint formula for how we could simply stop. All transfers of guns essentially makes perching firearm. No longer of right. It makes it a privilege that is meted out by the government that their will exactly right. So what do we do about this mark individuals do. Yeah you've gotta get involved. Now you gotta start reaching out to your centers are telling them most importantly how much you object to this and how you're going to hold them accountable for that bill and again. We believe that the senators understand this. But they certainly need to hear from their constituents reach out to your sounders. Let them know absolutely no way on. Hr eight or hr fourteen forty six. Not going to be tolerated. You're letting them know that you're scoring this boat. We have to let them know in the house. We're going to score senators. No we're going to score and we're keeping them accountable for those actions for those votes there. You go mark thank you so much. I'm going to direct people to the website in sf dot org. It's a great organization if you are a gun store if you're involved in the firearms industry at all you need to be a member and if you're just a regular gun owner you may be paying attention to all the great programs. Sf has mark again. Thank you so much thank you. Tom be well all right. Take care there it. Is i guess. The real question is a rating it off your butt because now is the time. It's not next week not next month. It's right now it's this week. We'll talk about that. Talk about your thoughts lined right now. Eight six six talk gun. Kimber doesn't do status quo. There repeat black ice. Nineteen eleven is the latest proof. It's looks alone have made it one of the hottest handguns on the market. Here's what else it brings to the table. A d. l. c. coated barrel. Lightning cots two tone silver and grey kim pro. To finish lack g ten grips. I've is day night sights absolutely loaded. 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They've got a lot of different kinds of okay. Well let's start here. And first of all. Ron a big guy. He's like six two six three six four cans. And so i'm thinking we got to put his hands on these pistols. Right find out what's going to work for him. Tried the impe it a lot try them. If p compact or subcompact remember Not so much. The grip is a little bit short. Tried the shield easy okay. But didn't really fit not what he's looking for but he was ready to go on the and i think it's a great pistol. I bought several of them for family. Members through the years for them to go to thunder rancho gone or whatever. I just think it's a great pistol for everybody. But i told him i said before you get started here. You make the decision. I want you to try some other ones. And so we went over. I said do you guys have walters. They would here. We tried the pd. Q good gone economically design lichen and then the salesman. Daniel was named as a sales manager. Actually i'll take a look at the pdp and oh yeah we. Just cody on this. Show talking about those brand new one. It's optics ready so we get it out. Try it goes and it's not that it's better than the mp or better than the springfield or than the big. It's just the one that he liked. And that's okay. That's reason enough. They're all very good. I mean come on. These are all really good guns so he is buying the pdp compact get at home. And i started working. We're talking about gun. Safety rules a gun state. Doing the whole deal. Said i get up the manual and i want you to read through it since. He's an engineer. He's a manual reader right. So he's going through the manual gotta figure it out. I get there the next day. We're going through it again. So let's work on disassembly. Manage things got an easy. Simple way to disassemble pop apart so now. He's pretty impressed the whole deal so you know. I've always good to go. Okay what's the next thing so saying well. You know you're not really far. You're having areas zoned. You're not really far from gunsight to a gun sight to fifty class so now i said we've got him holster. Belt got to get some more mags. Just one thing after another. But he's in. He's having a good time but it was fun watching the process as he try these different guns and i'm in my head i'm thinking okay. Any of these are going to be fine. They're all quality guns. We're not gonna let you trying to here. And he just picked out the one that was good for his hand felt good for him at has triggered by the way. Oh interesting the store when you buy a pistol they let you. Buy two boxes of ammunition for it. So nine millimeter. They said you can have one box. Practice of one box defensive. Okay so the bring them out. And i'm looking to what is what's it. Boxer defensive him. I'm not familiar with that one and they start in on the whole deal. This is cool technology and all the bullet is designed to tumble upon impact. Says i really. We've got all these companies that have all this research and into bullet performance. We have the fbi protocol for defensive handgun ammunition. We have all this testing and somebody's decided yet. But let's all of that and let's make bulletin has a heavy bass and a long pointy nose so that it will actually soon as it hits a denser medium that is tissue the back end wants to go forward and the bullet starts tumbling and and yeah i know you can cause damage with tumbling. But i'm not sure you could determine where it's gonna go once it goes it doesn't keep going straight. It has spiral off the side and they have ballistic gelatin blocks and everything else. And i said you know ron if i were you. If it were me. I would not buy those. But it's more it's available. I understand actually have a couple of boxes of a little bit older hornets tap ammo that i made sure he had we keep reinventing handgun ammunition handgun bullets because really none of them work all that. Well it's why you have to train why you trade them up until the threats. Not there anymore but at the same time and one of the sales people said. Oh yeah. I mixed the load. I have hollow points and tumbling bullets in my magazine. Mccarey met. I don't know that's carefully considered decision or you just can't make a decision. I don't know what do you think mixing up ammo in your mag. Because that's something you would do. We have somebody call said one to know. Congresspeople go to jail for trying to pass unconstitutional laws. Well because they have immunity thing and the other is the people say well yeah. They're not upholding the oath of office. Well a lot of them. Say yes we are. We think this is in fact. Constitutional courts work it out later. Or this is how the second amendment is or should be interpreted and we think it's perfectly okay to confiscate millions and millions and millions of guns from people who bought them legally because we don't think you be a long time we think that's constitutional now. Trying to convict them of their office would be. I think fools. Aaron i understand the setup it but we. We don't get anywhere doing that. Paul called in from nakisa. louisiana. Talk about merrick garland. What are you thinking here paul. What i'm thinking that he's the attorney general and during the hearings. He said that he believes a gun. Manufacturers ought to be able to be held liable for for what their firearms and in in the in the purposeful useful. Usefully use of their farm. Not a mile functioning. So we've got these guys more than just one way what we really need to do. Start getting our state. Legislators to pass a lot of constitutional protection stuff in arab detailing arm right should make a constitutional crisis between the federal government states with this thing. Because they're coming at us from about ten different directions on this Delay up to play in this game. They're playing. They're playing chess. And the republicans are playing check. Well and i agree with you on that. They are coming at us from a lot of different directions and a lot of them. We don't even know about boulder. Colorado had a measure to outlaw so-called assault weapons. Well colorado has a preemption law and the court just said no. You can't do what was interesting about. It was the reason that boulder brought forth. This law is because they were approached by every towns lawyers in handed. The model law outlawed outlawing semiautomatic firearms. So what you have is every town for gun safety going around to all these cities and towns and handing the city council or the city attorney's these bills these laws that they would like for them to pass and for the most part. We don't even know that's going on all of a sudden it pops up in this county where dot com from where i came from the gun ban lobby using their efforts in their money to go in and slip these in. And and to your point paul. It's coming from all directions and we got to get real busy at putting a stop to this. State rep on the louisiana on louisiana's talk network. He called in and he was talking about the introduced a bill for making concealed. Carry not permissible. And you don't need a permit for concealed carry. Which is i think this perfectly logical and the way it should be. It's actually the opposite makes people more nervous if you're carrying a big iron on your hip walking into the donut shop and everybody looks at you kinda funny. If you've got your gun concealed like you should. Nobody is the wiser. Nobody freaks out so but he's getting a lot of pushback from law and that bothers i'll be honest with. I don't understand that logic especially with what's going on now so we need to be fighting like i said on mostly a multi level operation or. They're going to be and the thing is it's a great point. You know you have a legislator putting forth a bill for constitutional carey in getting pushback from law enforcement and of course law enforcement test to deal with people who are having a problem our problem. They don't see the rest of us very often so they kind of think of everybody's is being problems. And that's where we not needed only need to be talking to our legislators we will be talking to the head of the state police. We need to be talking to the head of the louisiana sheriff's association with the kansas sheriffs association. Whatever it is and say look you guys need to get off your high horse. You're talking about keeping guns from us us. The people and when we have eighteen states already have constitutional kerry without any problems no longer. Can you say well. What if what if what if we always go back to. What is what has happened. We have a good track record on this. There is no reason now that you should have to get a permit. Direct your constitutional right. You shouldn't have to say mother. May i please exercise. My constitutional rights just brought to become back crypto currency for gun stores. What's that about.

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"Most of the agents approach these young players. You know with with false dreams what they're gonNA. Do for them and I think you're in a relationship that you hope last a lifetime, my very first client and basketball. Manning John Lucas in nineteen, seventy six. We talked on Father's Day. But he and his wife Debbie and you know it's. It's very special to me that our relationship is you know. Coming on you know for forty five years and to maintain the kind of relationship. You have to have a very basic sensitive candor and trust, transparency and trust. and to be if you. If you make representations at the front and the relationships, you just can't live up to you'll never the players trust and to me I'd rather not do it at all to feel that you're. You're starting relation on shaky foundation at she numbers. You know. Lose your client, so it takes. A lot of discipline is a great story. In Nineteen ninety-three! Heisman Trophy Wetter Football Desmond Howard from Michigan. Desmond grew up in Cleveland and his godmother worked for the what was then the largest law firm in America. Jones Day and as a lawyer. Jones Day that has gotten worse for the Index Taylor? WHO's very very senior lawyer, very intelligent, man, intellectual property and he. was trying to scream. The for Desmond so he went to the three owners of teams in Cleveland Indians and and baseball, browns, football, and the cast basketball, and said if your son. Who would you want to represent him? And I've never done baseball done some football and they all said you know Gosh, I understand the guy who's the best person visits David Fox. We've gotten by speak Desmond. Dick grilled us. He was terrific guy very ethical and. We. Had this Howard at the very last. Three minutes of our meeting with Desmond. He asked what I like to call around the question plot. The client's going to ask you a question. that. If you answer honestly, you knock and he's not gonNA. Take you. And if you lied on, he is going to pick you. And you have to make a blow decision. Do you want to get the client at all costs? You want to start a relationship off. With honesty and integrity, and so his question was. Where do you think are going draft now? I knew that he expected to go number one because he was the heisman trophy winner, but to the best recollection is only two or three wide receivers in the history of football. One had come out yet. Which is Keyshawn Johnson? Was Day, parks by the niners back in the. Early sixties. Live receivers. Jerry on the ball and I told him that I. said. You want me to go on, but you can go between four and six and even tetris. and. Again I would tell me exact same thing because you can't have a successful relationship that's built on false promises, and it's frustrating because the players. Everyone's telling their WANNA. Hear their you know. Stroke them from morning till night. I think it's difficult to manage someone if you don't tell the truth I. Stay on the Converse that what's made my relationship so special people like your. Enduring and John Thompson They knew in crunch time. Our never lie that I always tell them what I thought was investment interest and they didn't have to agree. You know that's on them, but they need to know when they ask for advice. That I, would give him my best advice now. The opposite of that has been our story. Is the John Thompson Story Patrick Ewing Patrick was junior. One day at a less CEO John just call me on the phone with shooting the breeze and he says what do you think about? Patrick, leading schools. Say I think it's a terrible idea and so why? That's why I've never met him, but then I read the Washington Post that he promises mother, he'd be the first person to stand the graduate college and his mom diving of stream year. Dorothy. Johnson like that's the best you got. A million dollars year he'd get planning. Education educational got this intense discussion that turned into an argument and John is screaming at mean John Thompsons a very intelligent. Man But he's very powerful man and you want about. John Screaming at your leisure, climb. and. That I thought you were my friend, and I'm asking you for your advice, and I know you're telling you what you think I. Want to hear, but you're wrong I don't want Patrick come back to school. I wanted come out this too much heat can get hurt. He could have a bad year. Things can happen. He's at the top of his game and she'd take the badge. And I completely disagree. I told him what I thought, and we went back and forth, and he is just crispy like a truck, driver and filing. You know as much as I love. John hit my limit I saw, said John. Obviously do whatever the hell you want, but I'll tell you three things number one patrick is knocking. Get Nation. Forget how to play number two. The money's never going to go away for a generation player like dealing and number three cover the risk of injury with an insurance policy. That's what I think. She should stay in school, but do whatever the hell you want hung up. And you stay in school. And he got highest contract, not behinds working contra the next year senior, he signed for fifty five percent more money than Jabbar, who was the highest paid player in history before? Dribble the ball. And and and he got five nine dollar signing bonus which I had bras. I said at the John and I want a little plaque in a row. Dear John I told you so love. Put up put up the plaque about to note that so I take great pride in trying to be able to have a vision of the future you know. Have you done the so long? Having worked for so many great players that have given whatever power and accolades I've received is a function of the power that the players have given me in the trust that they placed at me. To do the things that I've been able to do. But you know. I think that it it challenges you. You know as a human. To to be really disciplined and tell the truth. Always you know this, no substitute for telling the truth. I WanNa ask you a question about Michael just a brief answer on this. Because I got some other things I. WANNA! Get to but. People say why is he so good? And then I did an interview with him in the early part of his career in Chicago and I'll never forget this. He said to me when the game is on the line, I want to be the one to determine the outcome. If I succeed I, want the glory if I fail, I'll take the blame. And as you know in life, most people don't want to take the blame for something that to me is the essence of what has made him so great. The other thing is and I've talked to Steve. Kerr about this is that he always made other people around him. Better than they actually were, and that he understood the game from moment to moment that he may be had to make basket head to dive for a ball head to do something. Am I correct in that observation? Absolutely I think I think what they Michael Special on never be at other Michael is that? He grew up in a very special family two parent family. Hardworking people He went to University of Carolina. Play for greatest college coaches of all time he wasn't. The Best Player on the team wasn't coddled by his coach in had to do all the things. You played with James, Worthy. You play with Sam Perkins when pick behind the draft Brad, daugherty went number one two years later. His very talented player, but he wasn't didn't come to Carolina as the man worthy came to Carolina's demand and gained really pushed him so like my mom pushed me to be the best. and. Psychologically! Obviously is very. He's very gifted athletically, but he's really smart, and he has a psychological makeup that enables him to will himself to achieve in the most dire circumstance. You watched the last dance, and you see thirty eight points in forty four minutes against Utah Nineteen hundred seventy foot portion and ninety nine point, nine percent of athletes wouldn't put on a uniform. They would've stayed in the tower in the bed. And got intravenous fluids. He goes out on the court and place. Forty four minutes scored thirty points. We could barely walk and it was just pure mental drive cure mental toughness. And I've never seen someone that has the combination of the physical that he has and the metal toughest most of the time you see players who were like a half, a step below and talent, and they try to overcome their lack of. Of athletic gifts by by playing harder, Michael had both. And and any of the pedigree for North Carolina. Where did really taught him? Like the game is to tell. Dominic welcomes incredibly gifted athlete. I say you can't jump. You'll be able to play the NBA anymore and get mad. So what about Michael? Michael can't jump. He's going to be Larry Bird to be the most fundamentally sound player in the League. You know the jumping gives him an extra dimension, but he probably the most fun, molly sound player of his generation. And that's a tribute. That's a tricky to coaching to receive college coach now. We've got three minutes left and I want to talk about another one of your clients Alan. Iverson I think it's safe to say that Michael Jordan represents one end of the basketball spectrum with his public acceptance and image and Iverson is really more of the current hip hop basketball generation. Tell me a little bit about how you saw him and how you approached your representation of him. Kirk live at Allen invented the crossover. She'd have popping me and he's surely James. Brown's the Godfather so Allen is the godfather of hip hop in Basketball Allen was an incredibly gifted athlete. He was the state player year both football and basketball a quarterback. And Also obviously were to Georgetown. You WanNA greatest coaches ever John Thompson and like team Smith John was extremely distillate. Allan Allan you know A. Alan never missed a practice never late for practice situation once ever. He's a very intelligent man. They came from a very unstructured background. Fourteen years old. She had him she's he lot this bomb. She's a funny lady and Irish, but she's almost like a sister. And so Alan was really different than a lot of the players that I worked for, and we had a great relationship, but but he was just different, and I think as a manager. You can't treat every player of the same because they're not the same. You have to treat them all well. You have to treat them fairly, but you have to be able to relate to them on an individual basis and. I think it is day if you take Jordan out of the mix, Allen is probably the most interesting performer in the NBA, probably maybe ever I think he's revered today. I think that if he had. If! I were representing in today. and I'm not know I. think that he could make as much money as almost anyone curly playing in the day off the court you know I think his his his legacy in hip hop, which is an incredibly powerful force in our culture today, but in music and apparel and style He is the apostle of hip hop in the NBA and. Pound for pound, maybe the greatest player ever and then that he was fearless. You know he he was just incredible to watch on the court. But he was different. He was different and I didn't have a chance to representatives. Oak Ridge mother pull the plug. You know sorta of early on because we'll to discipline with tiny I think that probably was more to his detriment to nine, even though it broke my heart But I have great relationship with them I respect him. I like him I think he likes me I think he knows who did a great job for him. in marketing and I think his popularity is a mess. We only have about thirty seconds, and I'm just wondering as you look upon your legacy. What is it that means the most to David Faulk? What means the most to me in sort of fulfilling my mother's legacy, Mother's legacy is I. Think I liked to feel that I've been a good teacher for my clients. I've taught my clients too business sports. I can't coach. Them can't tell them how to shoot a jump shot and while I've been able to make a lot of my I think. I think most meaningful to the ones that are special to to the. Two michaels in the Patrick's to Elton Brand Juwan Howard to coach Thompson I think I taught them the business of basketball, and that's something that I'm extremely proud of that gives me immense personal satisfaction. David I want to thank you for your time. As always I enjoy our conversations. Take care my friend and come back and join me again. 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National, championship Winning University of Oklahoma Coach for eighteen seasons, his career record at Oklahoma listen to this one hundred ninety victories, and also forty eight losses, he won. The orange cotton rose sugar. And also fiesta bowls, and he became the first and only coach to win all four. C. S Bowl Games and a BCS national championship I'd say that's a pretty darn good career. Bob was written a very insightful book about his Life Family and coaching. It's called no excuses. The making of a head coach I think you really enjoy this and I'm taking a look. At the fact that he was a four year starter as a player as a defensive back, at Iowa, and then he went on to be an assistant coach under some pretty good head coaches. Coaches, Hayden Fry it Iowa Dick Crum at Kent State Bill Snyder at Kansas State, and then he left for the University of Florida, was Steve Spurrier's defensive coordinator. 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See take fast acting nauseam. Take the correct, nauseated, formative formula quickly relieved stomach discomfort from overindulging nause now in the purple box at Walmart or your favorite store. This is America Sports Talk Show Sports Byline USA. Here's Ron Bar. Bob Stoops joins us on sports. Byline National Championship Winning University of Oklahoma Football. Coach for eighteen seasons. His career record at Oklahoma was one hundred ninety wins and forty eight losses he won the orange cotton, rose sugar and fiesta bowls, and he became the first and only coach to win all four BCS bowl games and a BCS national championship, and he has written insightful book about his Life Family and coaching. Coaching it's called no excuses. The making of a head coach Bob First of all when somebody writes a book like this, they have a chance to of look back on their life and on their career they have a different perspective in distance when you think about what your life was like when you were living it and now had to write this book from that distance. What did you come up with? Well just how fortunate now blessed I was to? Grow up in a in a you know youngstown little still. Middletown Youngstown, Ohio that was a highly producing steel mill town back in the you know the sixties early seventies and You know just same thing girl up with a great family even though again tight quarters, three bedroom house with six kids and a dog and and ferrets, so you know four boys all in one bedroom. You can only imagine the stories. We have there so. And then blessed, bless throughout my life to be with great coaches, and to have the opportunities I had, and and in the end the success I've had you know it's it's. I feel. Myself every day. Youngstown Ohio I'm very familiar with it Eddie. DEBARTOLO is a good friend of mine and we've talked. Our is about that town when he was growing up. Tell me what the town was like for you when you were growing up. Well I grew up in a south side. Right in the city in a you know neighborhoods where we had to single lane. With the detached single garage and you know fences between yards we'd walk right through each other's backyards, and and in my neighborhood we walked in and out of each other's homes. we eat with different people in the neighborhood. Whatever it was, so they way was We take our gang. A guys eight ten of us, and we'd go down the two streets over and. We'd play football in the street or basketball whatever it was against the other street. It was just You know you leave. The house in the morning wouldn't come back to. It was dark. And even after dark so anyhow, just you know it's a tough rough area, and in some ways you. You had to be able to fight once in a while, and but it was fun. It was a great way to grow. Your Dan was very influential in your life and your brothers as well because he coached all four of you guys at Cardinal. Mooney High School in Youngstown tell me a little bit about what he instilled in. You guys as far as football on the way to play the game and later on how to coach the game. You know I don't know that I can really remember my dad emphasizing how to coach, but what you do, pick up from being around them. You know he was not only football coach, but he was the head baseball coach. He was a great baseball player himself. He played baseball in the one AA leagues I was growing up every year and then played fast pitch softball to the year he died, so he loved baseball and in the winter he. He would referees Officiate Basketball Games for the High School for Inter Merrill Game, so I was on a court of field of some sort almost every day of my life, and he always allowed us being six kids whoever wanted to go with them, but always go with them. Even when we're five six seven years old, we'd be the bad boys while he's playing baseball game, so you always took us, and and so I think just naturally. Competitiveness and being in a in a sporting event and being involved in, it was just really natural for so he really never had a emphasize it to. You were a four year starter at Iowa's defensive back. How the heck did you get out of Ohio? In Iowa. Well it was pretty easy. It was the only big skull to really offer me so I. wanted to play his high a level as I. could so I went to Iowa fortunately, Bob Cummings was a youngstown guy. Was the head coach at the time? And I got there my first year, and that would be coach coming last year. He would get fired late in the season that year right before Hayden, fry gets in, but I was ready to quit and leave my after that first semester at Iwa. And after a conversation or two at home with my dad, after a few of his choice words, and some tough love, I realized I'm not transferring. He wanted me to see through at least further. And so I go back to Iowa and end up in spring football earning starting job. And ended up starting at safety for Iowa the next four years, and then become a volunteer assistant graduate assistant after that a young coach under Hayden Fry's great stuff. One of the things I noted was that you grew up as a kid with Oklahoma being your favorite team, there must have been a moment or something you saw on television. That made you a favor, the sooners. What was that? Well, it was more we the flashing as to the speed that they played with that triple option. You've gotTa admit now. That was fun to watch. Those guys were so fast. The Greg Pruitt Joe Washington's and on Kenny King on and on and on and you know Steve Owens as we had so my dad, so many great players and this style that they played. Which is fun to watch, and they want so much you know I. Just remember how much they want as well so they were the the most fun team I thought watch. What was it that made? You decide that you wanted to be a football coach I know it was instilled in you with having been coached by your dad and then coaches that you had along the way, but at some point you must have had that moment. I did I went I was a marketing major business major I went to the job. Fair the Union in the springtime of my senior year where I was getting ready to graduate, and you know I still have that football mec where my top button didn't button all the way 'cause button, and I had my tie sloppily tied. You know just going to these interviews, and I'm thinking. This is Kinda Corny I don't feel right. These interviews and I can't see myself working for some company. And I go back to the football office and Dan mckearney and Barry Alvarez a couple of my defense coaches as their legendary head coaches as well now at the time they were couple night, defensive coaches and they're. They're laughing at me and how I look, and they're like what the heck are you doing looking like that? And I told him I was at summer views, and they started laughing wave their hand at me and said you don't need to be going over there don't interviews you need to. Stay here with us and be a coach. You know what that's a heck of an invitation right there. You're right about that. Let me go through the coaches that you coached under Hayden. Fry Dick Crum Bill Snyder at Kansas State, and of course Steve Spurrier at Florida as well. What did each of them give to the Bob Stoops? Accumulation of coaching, information and knowledge. I would say coach Cromwell just toughness. Released coach with the tough. Tough team and demanded things the swagger and and confidence of Hayden Fry. coach Snyder details of and dot the I's crossing the T.'s. And coach spurrier really was the icing on the cake, just with his love of the competition really taught me to to really embrace and look forward to Saturdays, or whatever the competition day was and You know really loved that moment, and because he that was the best part of his week being able to. Go into those challenging moments also I know that spree and FRY taught you the important life lessons of work life balance and taking chances explain to me about those two areas. I really do believe it's important to have balance in your life regardless of what you're doing. instead of a lot I wouldn't have changed how I coached for anything in that. If I would have spent. You know I don't know just countless hours. One a couple more gains that would it be worth it if I lost my family or or didn't have the relationship? I do with them, and I would never you know the me in life that's what comes first, and and always has and always will and then you know. What was the other parking? You were talking to work like balance and taking chances. Yeah, you know. What in this game you gotta take some chances sometimes you know the. And I always told myself this and I. Think it's in my book that don't ever Let. You know just because it isn't. The book doesn't say you do it this way. In some instances you got take that chance, and you can't let the fact that someone may criticize you for it afterwards. Getting the way of doing what you feel, you gotTa do to win. And and I remember in certain games I felt. I had had a trick play that I needed to run something. You know that I just needed to happen to you know for us. We get out of this with the win. We only have about a minute before we have to break Bob, but when you take a look at the landscape of college football, the stress and pressure that coaches are under today. Do you lament the fact that they don't Keep in mind that work life balance. Now. It's just the way the world has now you and I get it. That's why the book. Title Book is no excuses you either succeed or you don't. And and you know you've got. You've got to win and You know all excuses is you're trying to justify failure so you can have you know work, life, balance, and still have success and win. You know and that's what everybody's trying to do. Bob Stoops is with US National Championship at Oklahoma, over eighteen seasons, there had a career record of one hundred ninety wins, forty eight losses, and we're talking about is outstanding book. I hope you'll check it out because it's a great read. No excuses. 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I could call Oklahoma Bob and the operator would say the Texas if I called somebody in Texas, they would say beat Oklahoma. Tell me about that rivalry in the games that you coached against taxes in that rivalry. Yeah. It's a great rivalry to goes goes on for decades of course being border states, and then and then you know eventually became. In the same conference in the same division so many times once we you know, we're both in the big twelve or big eight that game you know was so important in deciding who might be the champion of the late that year, and so you know to Great Danes with great histories, lot of great players in great coaches through the years. The gains a neat thing to see for everybody if you haven't done it. Cotton, bowl where we play shits right in the middle of the State Fair. The State Fair is going on at the time. There's about three hundred thousand people enjoying the fair, and you leave your buses in to the cotton bowl to play the game. And you get all kinds of gestures from everybody's Fan. And both locker rooms of right opposite the same tunnel, so you go up and down to San Tunnel warming up looking at the other team and then when you get into game. One side the south end from the fifty to the south end zones all. Crimson the north, end is all burnt orange and every play. There's somebody yelling one run one way or the other, so it's It's a really special it's. It's like a big bowl game in the middle of the season. Is there one particular game in that rivalry that always being etched in your mind? Oh sure it's. The year my first second year the first year we beat them where we beat them sixty three to fourteen and and I talked to say it in the book I talk about the moment. It's about midway through the second quarter and we're up. There's literally eight or ten minutes left. In the second quarter and we're up like forty to nothing or forty two to seven, and I remember saying to the. Guys on the headphones I said you know what guys were pretty good and and go on to go undefeated and win the national championship that year, but that was a big moment being able to beat them and beat them so soundly. Yeah, let me ask you about that season. The two thousand BCS, national championship you finish the season undefeated, outscoring thirteen opponents by a combined for eighty, one to one ninety, four, at what point during that season when you were in camp when the season started. Did you sense you had something that special? You know really happened when we we intercept the pass or middle linebacker. Foreign. Marshall intercepts the ball late in the fourth quarter. When we're down three. At at Texas am. And he interception returns it for a touchdown and unbelievable run. And I and I realized that the moment now there's only time for them maybe to have one drive. And I said that the coaches on the headphones again. They know it's one of those moments and I said you know what guys we can't lose where I said we just can't lose. You just had this feeling that no matter what happens, we're GONNA find a way to win the game. And and that's how the rest of the season went as well by one of the things I've always understand about sports, particularly football, and particularly about college football is. There's always a place in the season. We're maybe the team could go right or go left in other words, succeed or fail. was that ever a case in that two thousand season? Yeah well, we you know. That was a defining moment. Just that interception for the touchdown and you know that's when you really knew. Something special is happening and the rest of the time we weren't. We weren't really ever behind the rest of the Games. In a lot of the Games leading up to that we, we kinda controlled. most of those games I. Guess a real defining one would have been Nebraska. That year. They were ranked number one in the country, and they came out, and the first two possessions went up fourteen nothing on us, and then we started backing thirty one unanswered points and beat the number one team in the country thirty one fourteen, and then you knew we were back, we were back for real, and and you know, and the fans rushed. The field tore down the goalpost and. you knew something special without you know one of the people that I've interviewed over the years as Mike Leach and I kinda smiles a little bit in your book. You say the best decision you ever made. As a new head coach at Oklahoma was hiring Mike. Why was that? Well because of him putting their right offense here Oklahoma, that spread offense that people weren't used to at the time and I knew I felt it would really be successful for us. you know? He was with Helme the head coach at Kentucky who you know who is really the originator of the air raid but Mike has had been in on on his stat, so Mike understood it all as well. So I hired Mike and you know he. He became a head coach at Tech Texas tech a year later. He got us. They got US started with that spread offense that has been so successful for us all this time I'm glad that you wrote about in your book about the over hyped dominance in the southeast conference. A lot of people think the college football begins and ends in the south. East and I've never been bought into that completely. Yes, they have outstanding teams. Give me your perspective as a coach on that. Well, you know. They've had the national championship more than. Know anyone else Over here for a good number of years, so you know if that's what determines the best laid than they have it, but if you just go top the bottom, you know when I referenced it, you know the the first time I was just talking about. The entire league doesn't mean it's the study may have the best team, but when you look at the teams at the bottom that are struggling. Just like every other league as those teams. You Got Teams in the medal that that are good, but you don't mind playing them, and then you've got your teams at the top that that that are tough. You know that are really good, but you know every league seems to have you know has those teams at the top that are really good, and you know teams in each of those categories and you know we. You know after I said that, or after they took my words out of context, and said that I was getting on the League I wasn't way. In the next four games went undefeated against the SEC when and four four and all beaten Tennessee at Tennessee and won two super bowls one against Alabama and one against Auburn. So you know at least not players back me up on it. One of the things I've always known about athletes. They come to that Aha moment also when they say to themselves, you know it's time for me to move onto the next chapter in my life and I've always thought. Maybe it's a little bit harder for coaches because they're not getting their bodies beaten up, even though they're putting in long hours and doing other things to their bodies with what they eat at times, but tell me about that moment you got to when you said it's time for Bob Stoops to move on. Yeah just came to me. Little by little I had had an inclination, and you wonder. Why are these thoughts coming to me and I just thought you know what I started reflecting on all done over eighteen years and I thought you know what I feel. Complete I've done everything down here and you know which? Just seems like the right time and little by little came to me, and I told my wife about the last game at home, and we were getting ready to play A. For the big twelve championship against Oklahoma state, then I had this thought and I said if I act on it somewhere down the road I don't want you to miss. This moment of this might be our last time or my last time out here. You Know Coaching on the field enough celebrate, and so I want you to be able to take it in, and then as time passed through the winter and spring. I got every. I got more and more comfortable with the idea. I new Lincoln Riley was the right guy to take over. The program would continue to do well and and I knew I had a mature and experienced team that would be able to handle it. So it all started. Add Up to, and then I made my mind up I. This is what I was going to do. I guess more than anything felt complete about it. All you know I completed my mission here at all youth in about seconds when you look back on your life as well as your career, one of those moments, and this is not a fair question, but that are engraved in Bob stoops's mind that will never go out of his mind and will always remember. Oh, Gosh so many you know the? The championship run all year to to go undefeated. The you know all the big twelve championships are always special, so I've been lucky to have too many some great bowl, so all of it's been fun. What do you want to do with the rest of Your Life, I mean coaching has been such a large part of it Bob I know you're going to be coaching in the XFL, but there must be something outside of that kind of fuels that Interior Passion that you have for coaching. We'll see the good. Lord's the only one that knows what any of us will be going next year or the year after so in the end I'm open to see what comes to me and You know I'm looking forward to it whatever it might be. Did you ever seriously consider coaching in the National Football League. Oh Ed Cross my mind some but. You know but it just I never felt comfortable I. Never felt the need to separate myself from Oklahoma. And those dynamics and pro football are so different than college football, aren't they? Definitely there's there's a lot of differences and. So in the end like I said I felt thanks for to positive at Oklahoma well I wanNA. Thank you Bob. For your time. It's an excellent book and I appreciate you coming on and talking about it and about your life and your dad and your family is well in Youngstown Ohio because as I said I have a lot of connection. Youngstown as will take care my friend. You're welcome here anytime. Sports byline. 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It's a great question. Because I wrote the play based on us. Playing against each other. The one man show I wrote that went to New, York. It's the play is set where these two brothers have to play against each other, because in nineteen, I think it was nineteen eighty-seven. The Patriots and the oilers were scheduled to play each other. Other, so my mom and dad were really nervous, and my sisters were nervous, and even tony and I were really apprehensive or like. Oh, my gosh is going to be like to actually go head to head. You know because once the quarterback and wants the free safety on defense, so you know our paths that are going to meet some time out there and so. I remember at the time. We were both under contract with Adidas and Adidas. Did this big campaign in the off season about these two brothers GonNa play each other and As fate would have it. About three or four days before that game was to be played, the NFL players went on strike. So, if you remember Ron, the replacement players came in. And played that game so me and my brother Never! Really faced each other. That is very interesting. You both had different pass to professional football. Your brothers was a little bit easier than yours. Tell me about the path for each of you. Well, my brother. You know just growing up together. He's only a year older than me in school, so we played together all the way through grammar school junior, high and high school, and we had the greatest time because we had this kind of unspoken language where he would throw the ball, and I would catch it and we were really successful. Now neither of us even know. We had an undefeated team, but we went to a very small school in Northern California, so nobody recruited us and nobody offered a scholarships. And, so my brother ended up going to a junior college in Sacramento. And then the next year I walked on at UC Davis. which at the time was a division two school and didn't give any scholarships so basically I just walked in there and said I'll I need a uniform? All play for you guys. Because me and my brother were both trying to keep our dreams alive, so he went junior college. I went to a division two school, and what's crazy about that Ron? Is. If you count the like so four years after that my brother was you know the first pet a first round pick for the New England Patriots quarterback took him to their first super bowl, and then five years after that time you know. I was second round pick for the Houston oilers, so every school which there's three hundred fifty colleges. That play college football. Every one of them passed on us. Only to find out four years later. We're both top picks in the NFL. You know it's interesting because a lot of times when you get rejection and you got an awful lot of rejection as you said you had to walk on and high school and none of the big programs, were interested in you in any way, usually kinda. Give up, or you feel you've hit a wall. Was it that kept Abo-? Eason going. You know the one thing I had, which was a huge advantage. Was I had a dream and the dream was not only in my head. It lived on a piece of paper. So I still have this piece of paper. It's actually fifty years old now. My kids always tease me that. I carry around a fifty year old piece of paper but I made up this dream in this twenty year. Plan that I wanted to be the best. In the. When I was nine years old and I drew it I drew the picture of what I would look like and I live that dream out so every time I got rejected. was just about you know rejected was just about every day. Every time I got rejected I just referred. To the dream into the plan and the plan and the dream superseded all the rejection, and so that's how I stayed on course. Where did you learn from football? That helped you bow the most after you stop playing. Well the one thing if you can achieve that level of performance so I always think you know everything we do. Is Performance whether it's being married or whatever job you have our. If you're a dancer, if you're a business person. If you're a pro athlete, you have to perform, and you're usually measured and paid based on your performance. So that's the one thing I really took away from reaching that high level in the NFL was whatever I chose from here on out. I would just perform at the same level or higher than I did as a safety in the NFL, and that turned out to be you know in the theater, and on stages all over the world and writing, so I just took the same principles that I learned which is to perform at the highest of levels, and I took many years. It didn't just happen overnight. and. That those those principles actually crossover no matter the discipline whether you want to be the best stage performer or the best safety, eight both work for each other. Correct me if I'm wrong about the statement about to make I think the greatest asset is that you weren't interested in just being a football player as you've already pointed out, play right, also all pro and I think that diversity in your interest really pay dividends for you. I I would agree. I would agree it's you know once. Football was over I just had this ihop. It's so it's such a violent sport especially back then run in the eighties. You know it was. It was very violent, and it was so fun and fast and furious. But, you know it. You didn't last long because of that violence. and I always had this fear of when I got done that I. Would you know beyond the wrong side of the law? Because what I did best was just didn't cross over to the civilian world. You know what I did was like hurting people so I was always afraid that I was going to hurt people in the civilian world of hurt myself. So. I went to New York I studied how to express myself on a stage. and. I learned very quickly that. Those principles crossover if I can perform well on a stage I'll make a living and all in void. You know prison all at the same time, so there was the bonus. He's in is with US former defensive back. Who played in the National Football League for the Houston. Oilers and he is currently an actor in a playwright. You have to explain to me about what is a never do again list. Yeah. It's a great exercise to do so you know I I'm really big I. Mean just believe it's everybody's birthright to be the best in the world at their chosen thing, whatever that thing is I think it's it's in your grasp to go after it and be the top in the world at that thing so to get there, though most people think you gotta add a lot of stuff to your life, and I always say no. No, you have to eliminate most of your life. You have to eliminate a lot out of your life to get to the top, and that's why I created this. This exercise called the never do again list. List and it's very liberating. If your audience wants to try it, I think you'll like it, 'cause it's a big part of the book and I. Make All my clients do it, so you have to make a list of what you're never gonNA do again, so a lot of people complain about their wasting too much time. You know folding laundry or or chores that they don't WanNa, do or they don't WanNa make phone calls. They WanNa, do the speaking or whatever it is, I make them make a list of what you're never gonNA do again and some people are so funny. Some people were right I'm never taking the garbage out again and and. But the principle is sound wrong. Because once you start eliminating things that you probably shouldn't be doing in the first place, you start to see your way clear of being world class at this theme that you've chosen and so like imagine if you wanted to be. Like, let's think about Tom Brady, for a second so Tom Brady's dream is to be the best quarterback of all time. It's probably not a great use of. It's time to be folding laundry and taking garbage out and mowing the lawn it. It might be, but probably isn't a great use of his time. It would be better for him to be an ice tub or eating nutrition, smeal or training with quarterback coach. Those things we all have to learn to do. Do and eliminate everything else so that we can reach the top, and that's why we use. They never do again less I find it very interesting you say. Why should we set unrealistic impossible goals? Why we should you know do that? I've never seen things as an impossible goal i. always see everything is something I learned from I. Don't see things if I don't make it as a failure learning experience, tell me a little bit about the differences you see it. Yeah I mean I think most people who talk about goal setting and those kind of things they often say. You GotTa Make Realistic Goals and I never have believed. I never thought that way because I just thought of it like this. I'm going to make the most unrealistic goal, I can possibly come up with because a realistic goal and an unrealistic goal is the same amount of work, so it might as well be a much higher. You know bar to jump over because you still have to work your butt off to get. So I always said. I like the dreams and goals that are unreasonable unrealistic. No different than when John F. Kennedy, said way back when he was still alive when he said we're GONNA. Put a man on the moon and return him safely to Earth. Decade. Now. That was completely unrealistic. That was completely out of our orbit, so to speak, and I always imagine those guys at NASA watching him. Say That and they're. They're watching the helicopter. Like what did he just say that we're going to do and yet? John F. Kennedy made the declaration and he died. And we feel made it to the moon, and return the man safely, and we still beat the Russians and the guy who made that declaration wasn't even alive. That's why it's really powerful not to be realistic about these dreams declaration, we only have a couple of minutes left, and I remember in a conversation I had with Mike. Chef Ski I asked him. Are you a gold center? And he said no, and that surprised me a little bit until he explain-, he said. What if I set a goal to win twenty games this season and we want our first twenty games and I thought about that. He's absolutely right about that. I LE. I've always loved coach K. and I agree with him one hundred percent. That's why you gotta go over. And beyond, because that the truth of the matter is the people that do set goals or the people that do set a declaration or emission. If you notice. They always come true. I mean almost a hundred percent. Do they come true and if they don't come exactly true, it reveals to you another path to get somewhere at a world class level. That's what I find. Interesting, it's the people who never take the time to set the course of their life. They usually don't get anywhere because they're not set to go anywhere. They don't want to go anywhere. You know I. Think it's really profound that. I read this cystic wants that the people that actually do set goals and follow through with them. Always reach their goals. It's just the problem is most people just will not set a goal because they're just afraid. I think to fail. We only have about less than a minute ago. when you have people read this book. What do you want them to take away from it Bo? Well you know. I've always thought like we. We live in a society in culture. Now that I think is flying directly in the face of what we're made of. I think Mother Nature intended us to be the best in the world that what we do I mean I don't think there's any accident that were here. And we we were born against all odds, and then they'll somehow. We're supposed to try to be mediocre once we live in this world. I think that's what a lot of media promotes. And I think that's directly in opposition of who we naturally are I think we're naturally need to be the best so I think it's easier to be the best then. It is to be mediocre in fifteen seconds. Are you happy with the way the book came out? I love the book I. Mean and people seem to really be responding to it. They're making their declarations. They're making their dreams and they're out there. 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Bob Glauber joins us on sports byline Fine Newsday Sportswriter and he joins us because he's got a brand new book out, and it's the story of both three coaches, and it's called guts and genius, the story of three unlikely coaches who came to dominate the NFL in the nineteen eighties, and this book is a look at these prolific coaching careers of Bill, Walsh also Joe Gibbs and bill parcells first of all Bob why these three coaches and what makes their career so prolific? Just felt that that period of the NFL was very unique I special and really never to be duplicated again and I don't think we're gonNA see in here. I started covering football back in the mid eighties, SPEC. In nineteen, eighty-five started covering the giant, so I was very familiar with those rivalries in that style of playing. I just got to thinking that. When you you look back, and you try to leapfrog into the future and see how the NFL Kinda came to be as it is now, that was a really important decade, and those three coaches left a mark on the NFL that really does continue today. To to the point that. All thirty two of today's coaches. Are from the bill. Walsh or Bill Parsoes coaching trees every single one of them, and I think you're GonNa see this as we move forward for several years, and I just found that dynamic amazing and I thought all their stories were interesting, and the way that they overcame initial adversity in their head coaching jobs. was really really tied together, and they ended up having tremendous rivalries against one another, and basically whoever won that playoff game that given year between those coaches would end up. Win The super bowl and they. Kept taking turns doing it I think a lot of people ask. Why wasn't bill belichick included in this and I think I know the answer is because the timeframe. You're looking at right. Yes, yes, this is not like I'm not saying. These are the three greatest coaches ever I'm saying. In this period, their legacies were kind of formed, and they had these hall of fame careers probably the last decade. May say three hall of fame coaches come out of and you know you. Who's the hall of fame coach now Bella Chick and you know who else is it I I don't know Jimmy Johnson keeps in close, but he doesn't go get in because of his longevity issue, and what happened with the dolphins, but but these three coaches really set the scene and set the tone for for what you see today and I suspect that Bill Walsh would look down on. A game like the chiefs and Rams and say well done gentlemen. We can find the open spaces in those defenses. What was the commonality between all three BOB? You think there were there were common threads among all three in this respect. They were all deeply insecure about whether they kind of knew what they not not that they knew what they were doing, but whether what they were doing at work, and you know Bill Walsh especially I found it fascinating that he was so he was a genius, and he really was a genius, and he was ahead of his time, and sometimes he doubted himself to the point where he didn't know if he could really hack it. In the NFL and you know I two years were. With insecurity in wracked with doubt about whether he could do it. There was a game. He Lost Don Shula and the dolphins midseason in nineteen eighty in the nineteen eighty season, and he broke down on the plane, broke down started crying. To the point where his assistant coaches and John mcvay, the general manager had to cut shield him so the players wouldn't think anything really wrong, and from that moment he said I you know I can't do it, but then you know something. Something happened inside, and he says okay I got fight through it, and he didn't WanNA super bowl the next year the first three you know, he really doubted himself, and even after the first super bowl win. In eighty one they they don't get to the playoffs after the eighty to strike season. Bill Walsh is ready to quit. He is ready to step down. He called Mike White and said I want you to be my head coach and I'll be the general manager like quite said you're crazy. I'm not doing that, you you. You can't do it. You have to be the head coach. I was at his press conference right after the season end, and as you said it was, a strike, shortened season and I'll never forget he'd say. Hey, I'd like to talk to you. And we were walking across the practice field, and he stopped, and he turned to me, and he said they can't even kick Damn Field Goal And that was the difference between them making the playoffs, and not making it, and that's when the you know, the spark about him thinking about retiring because he was very concerned about how he was going to be looked upon after all the challenges, he had even getting an opportunity at forty nine years old to be head coach in the NFL. Yeah it was fascinating, and even have those doubts during his career with the forty niners and he'd had them. before beforehand because he was an older coach then I mean it's not like. Coaches were being hired regularly in their thirties, but late forties. Unusual and Paul Brown passed over Bill Walsh. Tiger Johnson seventy six. That really was a very important moment and Bill Walsh life, and it's probably the lowest moment that he'd had. And Mike White was telling me that. The walls came out to his house alone after that had happened, and he had to gather himself, so Mike and Maryland white kind of bringing in a despondent and disconsolate. Bill Walsh into their home, and you know. Let them stay there for a few days. Let him on wind and he ends up getting the job. It's offensive coordinator in San Diego, and and that was an important springboard, but there was, he was wracked by doubt and. Know whether people were going to give him a chance, but there there was something that also happened then when Paul Brown. Pass them over and basically blackballed him from getting another job in the NFL the wall set to himself. If I ever get a head coaching job I will never ever. Treated an assistant coach like I was treated there, and from that grew the largest coaching tree, and not only in the NFL but Astra of professional sports. Do you know why again Paul Brown didn't I know the answer, and if you don't know what I can tell you why he he was blackballed and also passed over. Well from what I gather Paul is concerned about a couple of things. One was bills temperament and he felt he was too up and down Dick for meal. Who was Bill Walsh's close friend? On the former eagles coach that that that was really why Paul Brown didn't trust Bill Walsh to be. He knew he was a brilliant tactician and strategist, but he just didn't trust. Trust the up and down this of Bill Walsh as as a leader, and that was a bit of a problem. Tiger Johnson was just more of a meat and potatoes kind of what you'd expect from from an NFL coach at that time. I know something else. Yeah, there is something else and it was the fact that Paul Brown was afraid that Bill Walsh would. Go beyond what he had done in football and to do that right after Brown and left coaching, and everything he was. He was not going to give him the opportunity to do that. That's what bill told me. That's what several other people who are close to bill had told me was the reason he also as you know disappointed after Tommy pro throw left that he didn't get the opportunity at San Diego, and when he didn't get the opportunity to be the head coach there, he then took the Stanford job. Yeah that that doesn't seem to make sense although I think there was some of that stuff going on. you know in terms of Credit Paul Brown was very reluctant to give bill reinsch credit during his run in in Cincinnati, and did Frustrate Walsh, and was willing to sublimate his ego at that point, because look Paul brands the head guy and he knew he was doing the work of of Paul. Brown and Brown was getting credit for it Didn't know that there. Was the main reason but but that that that's interesting. Yeah it. It was and I gotTa tell you other thing. He said to me after he announced his retirement after ten years. Later on, he said that's the biggest mistake I made in my life, because as you know, the forty niners then went on to win two more under George Siefert two more super bowl championships, I was. That was an interesting time for bill. It really, wasn't he? He did you know he? He told several people that including yourself that that was a mistake I think he operated out of emotion and over meal related to that because he did the same thing after retiring from the rams. After winning the Super Bowl, he felt that okay. It was time to go. He was exhausted and that was it. Mike Martz was as offensive coordinator. Let them let them take that job and and Dick for meal new shortly after that I, I messed up and then then he goes to the Kansas, city chiefs and coaches, a few more years and bill. I found it interesting that. That, he never did go back to the NFL maybe it was because he was older, but they're certainly be a place for him in today's game and his son Craig said that he was disappointed that the forty niners didn't really treat him better toward the end, and the Barlow's very very hard. I'm Bill Walsh especially that last year and I think it got to the point where. eighty might have thought. He was the reason that they were weighing and not Bill Walsh and it got a little muddled by the end. You're absolutely I'm laughing. Because I knew about their relationship. You know and Carmen policy had many times. Jump in and be the peacemaker because if they lost a loss to game. Eddie was not too happy You're absolutely right about that. It was interesting, dynamic 'cause I was around, and and had a chance to watch it and my friendship with any started and continued mainly because of the fact, that I said have nothing I need. Perfect yeah. Hold on just a second. We're talking with Bob Glauber and Bob as a sports writer for Newsday, he has written a wonderful book I urge you to check it out. It's going to be a selection of the month on the sports byline book corner. It's called guts and genius, the story of three unlikely coaches who came to dominate the national football league in the nineteen eighties. We've talked about Bill Walsh. Talk About Joe, Gibbs and bill parcells when we come back as we continue across the country and around the world we. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with Dorrance publishing the nation's oldest publishing services company. Countless authors trusted durins for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team. Will editor text design your book pages and create an appealing eye-catching custom cover, plus our authors benefit from Custom Book Promotion Marketing Campaign that makes your book available. 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You know he had a really good run in San Diego, but it was a very quiet run. And he was the offensive coordinator and Dan fouts was quarterback, and oddly enough. Who did he replace offensive? Coordinator was Bill Walsh and you know Dan fouts, still a very funny story, well not funny to him at the time, but when bill told him that he was taking the Stanford job after a year at San Diego, fouts was despondent because the wash basically resurrected Dan fouts career in San. Diego and south said. have been traded or released because I was really struggled with bill, they'll straighten it out and he says I'm going to Stanford I'm like really bummed out yet. Terrible last game against the raiders, so along comes Joe Gibbs, but he does a really good job that Joe's a much more stubborn coach than bill was bill bill. You know health to his principles, but Joe would not let Dan do anything that he wanted if it didn't coincide with what bill with Joe Wanted. So it will ban. Faust got frustrated with Joe Gibbs at times and but with Joe. Gibbs did a terrific job now. He was an unknown coach. Though you don't you don't get the publicity now as a coordinator that do in today's game, so he was relatively unknown coach but bobby, Beth thirds general manager and in Washington and he goes Jackson Cookies I. I got a guy in San Diego. That I want you to look at I I really think he's going to be the head coach and his name. His name is Joe Gibbs now, checking coca, not him and brought him into New York for an interview, Joe's extremely nervous. They go to one of jet. Can Cooks buildings in New York owns a skyscraper? Jack Kente Cook looks out of the window and sees the Chrysler building and says Joe Gibbs Shit building over there. I own it. Joe that point is like Oh. My God I'm I'm I'm dead. There's no way I'm getting this job and bobby Beth to worn sneakers. Shirt you know in a polo shirt and you know didn't get dressed up and JOE got got mad bobby for that, but he hired him and Jack Kente. Cook you know, said that his press conference I hire Joe Gibbs my coach, and you know like he had known him for a year or so. But did struggle that I share? They were only five and would you gets tried to do in. Washington was import the San Diego offense. that Don Coryell had built up and air coryell, and and he couldn't do it. He was playing in the NFC east. It was it was a black and blues type division where it was you know blood and guts running the football passing when you had to and Joe was just not succeeding, they lose five games. And at that point, he says you know I. I gotTa jump this offense and I can't do this. So takes the amazing step of. Going to a running offense goes to a to back at that time. And Ditches. The San Diego offense at five games into the season That's almost unheard of you spend the entire off season entering Kim installing your offense, and then you junk it, but he had to do it, and then eventually John Regan's convinced Joe Gibbs. Let me be your guy I'll I'll make you famous I'll take you to the super bowl and and away they went they. They won They went eight eight that first season after going on five got some confidence, had he had it off season program for the players the next year and they won the super bowl and Joe gives the second year. which was the strike? Your of nineteen, eighty two, and it kind of took off from there and Joe. Gibbs became legendary for his running offense that feature, John Riggins, and later a bunch of other players in any, and he ended up with three super bowls with three quarterbacks, none of whom got close to go into the hall of fame. We have about a minute before we have to transition over. Over to bill parcells, but I know from experience that every coach. Even the most successful ones look back and lament about one particular play or one particular game that they had and I think you know the one I'm talking about the Super Bowl and the play called with a screen pass just before halftime that the raiders intercepted, and it was all over with after that who called that play? I, believe that was gibbs because he took the fall for saying and he remembered. He's laughing when he's telling me. He says you know one year I'm a genius after win the Super Bowl I'll. Buffoon any cracks up. I said who called you a buffoon papers. It was a big headline. He's Buffoon for for call that play I believe is jacks cleric who intercepted that pass back for a touchdown, and and that was really the story of that that Second Super Bowl for Joe Gibbs when he lost it to the raiders in a pretty. Bad fashion and he was routed. That was a humbling experience for him, and I think he used it as motivation moving forward. He never wanted to let something like that happen again. Let's talk about bill per sells a brash young coach with a big mouth and bigger personality who found himself halfway out the door through his first season as head coach of the New, York giants picking up from there. By, the end of the season in one thousand, nine hundred three giants went three twelve and one that twenty five players on injured reserve bill parsoes lost his parents within a seven month span that year he lost a a coach running backs coach Bob Ledbetter. died in September, and it was just a mess from start to finish. He'd been popular Gregarious Linebackers, coach, and then defensive coordinator players loved him. And he was going to be fired. The team had decided. We're going to fire bill parcells. Told? Georgia Higher Howard Schnellenberger the. Miami coach would want a national championship. Schnellenberger can't get out of his contract and. They give bill parcells one more chance. And he made the most of that chance, and he knew going into that nineteen eighty four season that that was it, and they struggled a little bit during the early part of that season at a game in Atlanta where it was looking like they were going to lose the game that did pull it out. They had a goal line stand and turn it around from there and bill parcells who had famously? Given Scott Runner, the starting job in nineteen eighty-three over Phil Simms never made that mistake again. And he got his confidence. He got his legs, and he got a players to believe in him, and they went on a charge, and within three years they won their first of two super bowls and bill parcells developed some fine players along the way including Phil Simpson and most notably Lawrence Taylor. You know it's interesting, but I think bill parcells of the three was maybe the best as far as evaluating talent now. Correct me if you think I'm wrong about that. Well, he you know at that point. She didn't have a say in personnel and frustrated him. At that time George. John was the general manager, but made some very good moves for that organization moves that maybe they'll. parcells would not have made so like for instance bill. Parsoes did not want to Drift Jeff hostetler and Georgia did and hostetler turned out to be a great pick because he ended up beating. Joe, Montana in Nineteen Ninety NFC championship game. to get to the super bowl, and the giants ended up wearing their second super bowl I think parcells as he got older, and after the after he leaves the Patriots and he gets a chance to be the general manager of effectively with the jets, and then he gets more more say with the cowboys He did have some good personnel, moves but I I would say that of the three Walsh was probably the best evaluator of talent, despite the fact that he did want Steve Dill's one point to be as quarterback on seventy nine and not Joe Montana. Thing that that thing changed there, but I think I think. Walsh Kinda new personnel a little bit better. Hang had his mistakes on the way. Not Drafting Tom Brady and you know it's probably the the biggest one that he that he you know because player they did. He didn't take, but but I think overall his his His drafting was pretty sound along with John. McVeigh was the perfect guy to work with. The Walsh just was willing to stay in. The background wanted to do the grunt work, and and let bill have the. Have the final say and have the have the fame really. I agree with you, and of course being so close to Bill I. You know people are saying. How can you possibly even say dad? But I knew the system. The West Coast offense because I had seen it at Stanford when he was there, how he beat teams that had superior talent with that west coast offense Darrin Nelson of course you think of all the other players that have had there and so I say that because. I didn't know if he was going to be able to find the talent. He wanted for the system. He wanted to have in the NFL. Yeah. That's an interesting point and you know it goes back to remember. in Cincinnati had had a quarterback problem where it was an injury to starting it up getting Virgil Carter for from the barriers and he had no arm and. Virgil Carter might have given to the west coast. Offense when you when you think about it because he had no arm and bill. Walsh's the offense coordinator for Paul. Brown. He's got to figure out. How do how do I, function with a quarterback that can throw the ball and thus was born this idea that okay, let's let's just possess the ball and have the short accurate passes Virgil Carter was. Was a smart quarterback. Who can get you know? He was very accurate and the comparisons of him to then, Joe Montana now Virgil. Carter was obviously Joe Montana, but he had the kind of seem gift of being accurate, being smart and being you know kind of shifty in the backfield where he could get away from trouble, and and that's really where it started so that west coast offense was. You know was born in Cincinnati, and that's why I think you. Really you know should call to Bill Walsh offense because that's really what it is. Bob I WANNA. Thank you very much. Congratulations on this book I'm looking forward to reading it well written I. Know Because of your background and you are welcome here anytime, so if you find yourself in San Francisco come on by. We'll have something to eat and we'll do another interview. I do appreciate it very much enjoyed the heck out of it. Thank you very very much for having me Bob. glauber again guts and genius, the story of three unlikely coaches who came to dominate the NFL in the eighties and their influence in the modern NFL in the eleven, super bowls eighty one to ninety-one teams built by Walsh Gibbs and parcels played in ten of them, and they won nine championships. We could. Between jobs, retiring or just need health or life insurance, please visit my health ash quotes. Dot Com or call eight, three, three, six, eight, seven, fifty to sixty one before you try to get a quote online, call us. We will provide you with the information. Most sites will not we teach you exactly what life or health insurance plan you qualify for how to use your plan and maximize your benefits. 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Why do you think it took so long to recognize Babe Ruth? I honestly don't know but if I had to guess I would say it was his. perceived. reputation y'all come from earlier dummies earlier playing. the day Bruce the first thing babies career from a behavioral standpoint was considerably different from the second ten years. Changed Right Around Nineteen, twenty five, which was a disastrous year for him, and even even babe realize that Even, he couldn't burn the candle at bunk. Then he turned everything completely around their personal trainer and everything but. It doesn't get credit for that. And if as I said if I had to guess I think that that's the reason why. I and sometimes the president has the president trump felt, and they're just just not aware unless they research that particular individual has or has not been conducted and perhaps many of the previous presidents assumed that he had been in got quite surprising. Actually. is George H W Bush. I mean he. He didn't exactly haven't relationship with, but I have pictures of him with them. When he was being captain of the baseball team when he attended gail and given that re he's. He said that was one of the greatest moments of his life. And given that relationship. I'm somewhat surprised that It didn't come again, but in any event my gratitude to president trump for finally. Finally writing this. Your Mom Julia is one hundred into. She's still alive. She was adopted by Ruth and nineteen twenty nine. Tell me more about her and her relationship with Babe. Well anyone asks her even doing. She still calls him Daddy. No it's Kinda funny, so w week or so ago. he's very even now at a hundred two. She's somewhat incredulous that. her mother Mary Babe Ruth and that she became a part of his household. But she She said they just just the other day instead of got. Such a great guy. His name. He gave me a home. And even gave her blood She She contracted strep throat when she was around seventeen. And it. It's not just a simple matter clicking. On. My Arctic back then she was in hospital for two weeks and had to have surgery and a blood transfusion. and they typed out and be a match and You don't need the blood. She needed so. Far concerned that as complete. She had had his blood things as well so. When did she realise what her father did? She I've asked that and her earliest. Earliest recollection, just your recollection, baseball and away probably around the age of four or five. but she. I think she started to become aware of. His place in the world, so to speak I around the age of up seven or eight. You know it's interesting. Because you know, he got very very popular and everything and for kids when they're young. It's hard for them to understand how to g grasping. Well, he you know Bay didn't Didn't talk a great deal about baseball when he home he kind of he kind of left it. At the at the Ballpark, given. SLUMP! He didn't come home and and worry about it. You know tomorrow's. kind of consistent with his attitude. Tomorrow's and. These sayings in rejecting. every strikeout brings me closer to my home run, or it's hard to beat some south. Live here is. The just he didn't worry about it too much and is a book that has come out I've been. There are actually three books that have been published this year about Derek with. Kind of attest to his continued relevance and And he's he's quoted. as saying I I think about. when I'm when I'm swinging swinging football when I'm when I'm in the middle of my in the middle of my swing, but she she, don't she. Definitely asked him about he didn't. Volunteer Awkward. She had to She had to ask him questions. Of course a lot of his came from her French, and of course older and and she started dating, she had She couldn't be her if it's the boys really wanted to date her or if they just want. The other thing, too is that I think he's probably known off the field for two trademarks and one of them was his frequent trips to orphanages and hospitals now your mother was adopted by Babe Ruth in Nineteen, twenty nine, but give everybody a brief back story on his interest in orphanages and hospitals with kids. I think in. Came from. His upbringing. He didn't have a normal. You didn't have the normal. Bringing most of us take take for granted. He was placed in an industrial. For Boys where he was actually going to be. trained. Taylor. I think he I. I know for sure that this down. You Know He. He was only seven years old. As parents just gave up on parenting him when he was seven. And was remanded to the to the custody of his home, but I think that that feeling of abandonment now while he was. The kids there were, and I think I think that upbringing. Deal to one of his affinity and and and look for kids. Because he just simply didn't have that. Have that normal upbringing? I think too that the. that the adoration of sense when it became so popular was perhaps a replacement or substitute in some ways for the love that he didn't. received when he was a child. The other thing that most people don't understand about him is that he had a willingness to play alongside black players when that wasn't something that was fashionable. Yes. It's a big it's. When you consider them. He was raised. Southern. In Baltimore. And he had he he was when it came to play baseball with blacks, he was essentially colorblind. Banks. Are Back at one news search. Now and He's very much a of a similar opinion whether. is buying find starting at the end of the season for Some haters provided him with a very good income, and what what better? What better way to showcase, the talents of black ballplayers and to play against them. He had no problem with that at all and I'm actually very glad. because number one it shows how forward thinking. He was a number. Two one of the things that I have heard is oh. We'll never know. A great group was because he never played against the great black ball players while he did. He Yeah. He He. He played a I don't. Say Such things I've read counselor did, but I talked to some biographers. You don't think that that it came true, but and Ken Burns says Documentary and baseball. The Third Reich. Was was voted to black baseball and Bucco Neil. WHO spokesman whereas? Quite quite fun day played against him and I'm. Really had nothing but good things to say about him. prepping that did to He was friends with Billable Janglings Robinson you might remember the song Mr. Jangle over the nitty gritty dirt band did. He took bill bojangles Robinson through the Yankee clubhouse in the early thirties, and you can just guess what sort of reaction at Gut. I don't think I. Don't think anybody could probably pull that off, but. He. Recognized by the black community for his efforts and I also know that That Joe Louis invited baby He says it up in the catskills. All The York fighters did and he invited babe to to come in and hang within. That is training camp because he he wanted to thank him for the efforts that he made towards improving race relations. We know that they've advocated for integrating baseball and. Ours some fairly strong theories that that's one of the main reasons why he was not offered the opportunity to manage because both major league baseball, and the owners were afraid that he would advocate for the integration of baseball, and it's no, it's no coincidence. They Kennesaw Mountain Landis was retired and God when branch rickey brought Jackie Robinson and and actually integrated baseball. It probably would not have happened. Had Land is still done commissioner, so I think he waited deliberately until that time. A lot of people don't know. Know this, a nineteen forty two, ruth was as a young child, a person who could speak German and he signed onto an open letter to the German people, denouncing the Hitler policy of cold, blooded extermination of the Jews in Europe and called them to overthrow a regime, which is the infamy of German history. Now when you take into consideration, the way has stance and the way he felt about the playing with black ball players, and then his position on World War Two in Germany. Where did that come from? I know that he's. He identified very strongly with his. German roots, and as you mentioned. he did when he was younger it was essentially a Jewish. German household and he did, he did speak German when he was very little. He's probably German. Better than he did he did English. Of course he lost that over time they traced they've traced to at least on the paternal side. They trace them back to German communities in in. His he, he he, he was very patriotic. And you know he when the Japanese on Pearl Harbor in forty one in he he. he was throwing memorabilia Japanese member. From there from their trip. The. Ambassadorial that they they put together in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, four, when a number of hall of famers as well as babe once to Japan to play ball in the hopes that it might stave off whatever. What anyone who was cognizant of what was going on, and they could see the ones that are. Already starting to stir between Japan and and S, and there was something of a hope that a shared love of baseball would help to stave that off and and certainly. Successful trip, but unfortunately impair Pan was was hell bent on on on moving forward with their agenda, and they did he was. Very very involved in selling or Botch as well and I think. These these topics that we've been discussing I think these are all what contributed to is having. Justifiably. The metal of the Medal of freedom. 'cause I I. Kinda Thought of that without award is being A recognition of what he had done beyond baseball baseball got him started, but he you know. He belonged to over a hundred different charities and nations. There was a Babe Ruth Foundation established in his name with a portion of his will when he passed away. And He. It's you know I I read a few. About how you know what they got review to justify. Earning the medal of honor while I think that that that that occurs actually gave us the forum. Degrees these things out and make people more aware that side of big and what he did, particularly out at I, visited hospitals and orphanages all throughout his. Playing career and became even more active once once he retired. We only have thirty seconds left and briefly. What do you think he was most proud of with his life or baseball career? I know I know that. His in one of his proudest one of the records of which he was most proud, was actually a pitching record which doubtless with the with the red sox and. What he picks for them in. Nineteen fourteen, th thank nineteen. It was twenty nine and two thirds consecutive. Scoreless innings. In World Series play. And also another record daddy holes, which will never never be touched because of the way the plays. He pitched the after. The world series issue they were talking about how had pitched the longest complete game in world series history fourteen innings, and he won the game two to one. I WanNa, thank you for joining us Tom Very interesting story about your grandfather. Come back and join us again. Take care. Well, thank you so much for having me. I enjoyed talking with you. Tom Stevens with us. We continue on. Do. You have a story to share your story lifetime. Private Autobiography Services can help. We will interview you. Buy Video or phone to get your memories. 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You're hooking in the foul territory now. Here's Jeddah jets all right. EVERYBODY WELCOME BACK! We are talking about rob Manfred. Ridiculous proposal to add. Four new playoff teams to the mix. In the you know twenty twenty one season perhaps. It was drastic changes. They're talking about in the NBA. Where we're going to have a plan tournament to get into the end of the seventh and eighth seeds were have a midseason tournament. That's going to carry some kind of reward with. Baseball doesn't necessarily need that type of Gimmick I would agree. The baseball needs to market itself better. That baseball needs to do something but messing with the format messing with the most exclusive. There's twelve teams to make it in the NFL, but you also have four divisions in each conference. In baseball you're you. Maybe we go to thirty two eventually, but all were at thirty. We're going to be at fifteen by fifteen. Where be at? Five three in the American League five three in the National League, whether they continue forth with the designated hitter in the American League, but not in the national. League that's that's to be determined. I would imagine that some headway is made on that sooner rather than later. By the way reminder, you can catch us at ten. PM Pacific Time In our first run. Siriusxm channel eleven always streaming live at sports byline DOT COM and We're we're talking baseball? We're talking about this potential change to the playoff format, which is going to rock the world. It's GonNa absolutely rocked the baseball world our to be a lot more inclusive and I think that that's the idea is to get more into the playoffs. I don't know that you're grabbing it with that one game playoff. Even though it's kind of a winner, take all format. We're doing away with the winner. Take all format. I kind of in the camp that says that works, it's quick. It's easy. It's over. And, you're you're really arguing about four and five getting into the finally. I'm okay with that. But now we're talking about six and seven and four and five. I mean you're talking about four. You've got more wild card teams in division champions. Number One's going to get a BI. Week. And it's literally a week. And I don't know that that's beneficial for baseball teams. It's welcome into the conversation. The lovely gem rich. Good evening to be here all right? So. What do you think on the surface adding more playoff teams? Bad idea good idea for major league baseball. As, you know, I am somebody who watches. Not even just baseball everything every sporting event I watched. It happens. I'm in it while it's happening once it ends. I don't i. don't care unless something phenomenal happen I. Don't remember names or stats or anything like that, so when it comes to changes like this, you know there's always talk of moving teams in division or adding teams. I don't care either way I really don't. But with this new proposal for the playoff structure, one I do think is still ridiculous, but above, and beyond all of that I'm a logic person I want to know why. Why how did you think of this? Why? Why does does this benefit? Somebody has people been complaining that the previous method of playoffs has not been working. Why well the motive is always to try to fix it. And that's why we fix it. That's why we went from one. That's why we went from one out of ten to two out of fourteen or two out of sixteen to you know now now we're at the point where we're ten out of thirty or five out of fifteen, and it's a little less exclusively of a group I mean back in the day. Prior Twenty sixteen on the cubs relaxing the world series you win the National League, you finish second in the national in the National League by a single game. You home, you know, October. By. Now. We've added you know we. We've got a couple of divisions, so you don't necessarily need to be the best team in the National League to go to the world series as long as you showed up and in the eighties, I can recall that the The League Championship series was the best of five so three losses and you were done. You didn't get to go to the world series. You're you know you're on the couch with? With you know twenty seven thirteen year twenty six other teams in the month of October and now you can, you can finish second. You could finish third. I mean you could have a really top heavy you know. Let's just say National League Central Division you have a really top heavy that you know that just goes out and bludgeons the last in the east, and you could have theoretically every team from the you know from a division. So that's a five from the central one champion from the east one champion from the last, and that's your seven teams, so there's no. There's no real distribution what it does get. You is more markets in the playoffs, and I think that rob Manfred to be looking at this, saying he in others twelve TV markets in the national football league. That have an interest beyond the regular season and in basketball and hockey. It's you know even worse and more ridiculous hockey sixteen out of thirty one. It'd be sixteen hundred thirty two once we get that team in Seattle. Basketball Sixteen out of thirty. In granted you have. Sometimes. The Lakers and the clippers make the playoffs in just like the giants and the jets. The jets in the playoffs, a little farfetched in this day and age but I. Mean You know what I'm saying? You get the white sox in the cubs, so you could not necessarily get all of your markets and I. think that you know if you get the mets and the Yankees. If you get the dodgers and the angels and you know we could. We've been looking at number of times if you modify this fourteen team format to previous years, but then. You get to the interesting part. You know you have the by week for the best team. which has been the Astros has been the dodgers been the red sox. Would have been the cubs in two thousand sixteen they they might have sat at home. And you know if you'll recall they didn't exactly. beat the tar out of everybody in that playoff in that road choose the world series in two thousand sixteen, so let's say that week off hurts the cubs and they lose know. They lose three games in the division series because you're trying to cram all these games into October as. Winter you know you're on the doorstep of winter and I think that that's a concern and other concern is you're not really spreading. The wealth is first. TV goes because you have to play these games at the same time, so you've still got to play games at two o'clock in the afternoon on Tuesday. Most people because of technology we have now thankfully can watch these games while they're at work and two o'clock on a Tuesday. You're thinking about the cushy desk jobs, but you know the truck drivers Ein granted. They listen to it. Listen on the radio, but the other jobs that just don't allow you to do that. You know they're labor. Intensive jobs that don't allow for that, you know. The transistor radios, the headsets the. The streaming audio to to come through. You know people do it anyway by I'm talking about accessing you know what about the kids are in school? You know this isn't the fifties where kids are listening on. Am Radios and maybe you know you kind of given alone needs to be paying attention to school, and not worrying about what's going on in baseball. They have the whole rest. Their lives were about baseball. But For how seldom some of these teams make the postseason in Greenwich? What you know, it'd be a lot more often because you got to be one of the worst eight teams in your league to not make the postseason now, but I i. don't think that you're doing anything. As far as spreading the wealth, you know with TV markets and things like that he goes. People are GonNa Watch the Primetime Games because they're home and have access. Access to it and I, I totally get your point now and people are more in tune to these kinds of things happening so I wouldn't put it past schools in an area that has not had championships in a while to take that time aside and like hey, let's see what our city team is doing still a little pride into them I. Don't think that they have the TV's on the cards anymore. TV's are all probably mounted on. Probably have nicer. TV's than we do mostly schools. So, jealous, I'm so jealous. But you know I mean this could be one of those things. I get it. I didn't really think of it. That way thought provoking your gender rich. That's the only reason I'm here. You're the stats and facts. I'm the Sassy other side of the glass half. So you know. I mean I I can imagine you know my last first grade. The day, my little brother time he was born. We all sat in the hallway and we watched Mary poppins on. Probably one of four TV's that my elementary school had and you know that's how we gathered, and that's how we watch television. Shuttle launches things like that big newsworthy events. You know they always card the TV and so I don't think that that is beyond the realm of possibility and the other thing. We're running out of time here on this segment, but the other thing is picking your opponent so You would have the best team that has the by. They'd be able to pick their opponent around shoe based on the winters from. From the three wildcard were three wildcard series in round one, but the second best team gets to pick you'll. Probably that's number seventeen, and that's a little bit of a change from the norm, and you could adjust because of injuries. You could adjust due to a lot of factors. We'll get into that a little bit more on the other side. She's rich I'm Jeff Rich? 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What is the purpose of change and? Fix something that that ain't what? If it ain't broke, don't fix it, but apparently we're looking at at things that are broken out. It makes sense. We expanded to three divisions in one, thousand, nine, hundred four. After the San Francisco giants from one hundred and three games lost fifty nine games and had no postseason. Meanwhile, The Philadelphia Phillies Win Ninety seven games, and they skate inch because of their geography, because they're in the east. Of course, the champions of the West that you're were the braves. They won the division by one game at one, zero, four and fifty eight and I think the major league baseball looked at this and and over in the American league. You didn't have anything broken. You had the Toronto blue. Jays at ninety five wins seven games better than the new. York Yankees and you had the Chicago White Sox at ninety four wins eight games better than the. Place Rangers were eighty six and seventy six, but you had something broken on the National League side. You said you can't have one hundred hundred win team or one hundred plus team go home at the end of the year. So of course we're going to modify the format. We add the wildcard team, which just is just kind of a catchall? It's just kind of a catch all. Your second-place team in one division ends up being you know better than. The other two division champs so nineteen ninety-four. We don't get a postseason. And that was because of the strike, so on ninety five rolls around and we, we start wildcard play, and we start multiple rounds of the playoffs. I mean. We had an entire. Round of the playoffs to accommodate the extra divisions, these extra teams, and you know it it worked. It worked for a very long time. The Florida Marlins in Nineteen, ninety seven won the world series of wildcard team. And we've seen it since format has been a changed, you know changed and adapted to accommodate, and once again in twenty eleven we ran into a situation, and this is kind of where I feel. If it ain't broke, don't fix it and we have this very exciting. Game One sixty two of the season where everybody's playing you had the red sox and yet Tampa Bay at. At Ninety wins right at the end of the year. Detroit Tigers run away with the American League. Central Division fifteen games better than the Texas runs away with the West ten games better than the angels, and then over in the National League everything was super close especially for. The Wild Card. You had the phillies and you have the brewers and Yeah, the Arizona diamondbacks, and then you figure okay, let's fix this. Let's let's create another fifth wildcard team. And where was this thousand five when the Indians Yankees Red Sox. And White Sox all like a game and a half apart going into the last weekend of the season. Now it was compelling because. Anyone of those teams could have had the best overall record in the American league, and any one of those teams could go home, and when it comes to Chicago, New York Boston and Cleveland which team do you think went home in two thousand five? Wasn't Chicago. Chicago 'cause they won the world series. Wasn't the Yankees and they think you bring that up just to just to see me dial little. No, no 'cause I'd I'd just the same. Relationship is is almost based on our hatred for the two thousand five white Sox, really just the hatred for. The way that fate played out with that team getting its world series and you know. It's frustrating to even think back on, but. More, so the point of that was to talk about how curse Cleveland is that they would be teams that would be on the outside looking in despite the fact, they could've had the best record to baseball, and they ended up not being a playoff team optics. We don't play Wildcard Round in till twenty twelve and then. And since we've had that fifteen. Either the giants did at one time being the road team in in that wildcard game is such a crapshoot. Now you've seen the cubs in that game back against Pittsburgh. They had to go on the Road Pittsburgh. Pittsburgh bunch of tough lock in that wildcard game. Fell apart in that game well, it's all part. And they gave me gets the cobs played in and say I want to say that. They went through it like three years in a row. And I think. Two of the years were against the cubs. Cubs at advance in Twenty fifteen they got the NFC us, and then they got out, didn't and this? This is a good place to a transition to what if it was you know what if and were saying? What if we had this format going back twenty fifteen, going back to twenty fifteen. The by teams are the number one overall seeds in the American and National Leagues would have been from Missouri or Kansas depending on Y'all with which will you pronounce it? Kansas City number one overall. They were the world champions number one overall in the American league, and then yet Saint Louis, who did not advance to the world series that the mets and the cubs. Actually the cubs eliminated the cardinals that year only won the wildcard game against the Pittsburgh pirates. But they also knocked off saint. Louis being the lower seeded team, the team that had to go on the road for games on into. your. Nationally champion was the mets. They were a division champ. They were the third division champ. La was the second best division. Champ Toronto taxes on the American League side, but now they're one of those teams. was able to advance. I believe that Kansas. City Actually Played Toronto in the LCS in two thousand fifteen same same way that they did in one, thousand, nine, hundred five, which is really neither here, nor there, but yeah, the ninety seven win Kansas City team win the world series. And, if we were trying to do six and seven in the American, League in the National League in those years, you would have had the eighty five winning souls. The eighty three win twins. The eighty three wins is. Just too above the. breakeven point. So, Do, you really think that teams that don't win after their games to belong in the playoffs. So and I know more money and more. More everything and that's what the bottom line ultimately is. But no and we have had eighty three win world champs. Think that I don't think that the the two thousand three cubs. They didn't advance the world series, but they probably should have if you recall Florida though that's series against Florida and I know that you won't ask you to Rehash it here. And then on the other side you had the eighty four when giants the eighty-three win nets now none of them factored into the world series, so we can move on to twenty sixteen in two thousand, sixteen Texas was the top seed in the American league, and who was the best team in the National League in two thousand sixteen cubs. Cubs the one hundred and three win. CHICAGO, cubs, they were your world champions number. Three in the American League were Cleveland, who won the American League in Boston who Cleveland swept out of the Division series that year, and then on the other side, yeah, Washington and the Los Angeles dodgers and the cubs knocked off dodgers, all division champs that figured in to the. To the LCS actually, that's not true. Toronto's a wildcard team, and your here's what happens is Toronto as wildcard team knocks off Texas. In the in the division around and maybe things play out differently for Cleveland because they get to pick their opponent. They get to pick their their. Division round opponent, and maybe they end up picking an eighty six win. Detroit team or eighty six win Seattle team. Saint Louis one eighty, six Miami, one, seventy, nine, seventy, nine is blow five hundred, if I'm not mistaken. Seventy nine when Marlins don't need to be playoffs in two thousand sixteen. We do get your number one overall cubs to the world championship. You get a division champion in Cleveland. A wildcard teams do not play INEXP- Toronto did go to the final four that year in two thousand seventeen. Dodgers and Cleveland Number One. Overall seed dodgers lose the world series Houston is a division champ. They advance to the world series, and then in the American league seats, six and seven. Eighty win angels eighty win Tampa Bay rays and the National League. It's not that much better with the eighty six win Milwaukee brewers, and the eighty three win cardinals. Now it's worth pointing out that the cardinals have won the world series as an eighty three win team, but they had to be the best team in the. In the Central Division, not the seventh best team in the National League, so it works out differently from year to year and their years that you definitely want to probably go a little bit the. Notably twenty eighteen, the raise one ninety, the mariners, one, eighty, nine, the cardinals, one, eighty eight, they would have been the sixth seed and pirates eighty to eighty, two an eighty. That's not a playoff team in my mind. No. Of these numbers so and Every year, the division champion has won the World Series and that includes Twenty nineteen as well and twenty nineteen is probably your best argument. That's where we're looking at okay. We've got some really good teams that are still missing. The playoffs notably the ninety three Wayne Cleveland Indians from two thousand and one thousand nine hundred, but that doesn't happen a lot. I mean three teams over ninety wins over the course of five seasons. Doesn't add up and then, and then, of course you know to add a seventh team. You've got the eighty four WIN BOSTON RED SOX! They went five, even fourteen against the new. York Yankees who presumably would have selected to play them in the first round, and they probably would have spent them because Boston was eleven fifth. They weren't even hot in September. You don't you don't even have this team. That's hot in the of the September we'll talk about that a little bit more in the next segment, but then on the National League side the eighty six mats and the eighty-five win. diamondbacks now keep in mind. These numbers are. Aren't necessarily organic. Because once you're out of it. You don't play for anything and once you've clinch. You don't play for anything and there's a lot more to clinch when there's so many so many moving parts. So. We'll talk a lot more about twenty nineteen. 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We are focused on potential changes to the playoff format in major league baseball kind of talked about what it is why we make changes and now let's get into exactly how this This thing is supposed to play out, and it's not quite as simple as this article that I've been going. Going off of on CBS sports. It's kind of takes you through, but it's it's you know it's talking about who would have made it. This Romance Snyder on CBS Sports Dot, com from February eleventh, and we talk about you know some not good teams that would've made it into. The month of October notably several several six seven seeds that failed eighty one games. We have loo- literally losing teams that could potentially end up being your world champions, and we could have some teams that are really bad to handing out. How imbalanced the leagues are your seventh best team in the national, the might be Worse Than Your Tenth Best Team in the American league given year. Be just because of how imbalance the schedule is and things like that, but we're going to use two. Two Thousand Nineteen and remember. The things are a little bit skewed when you consider the Astros, cheating Astros Cheating Alex Cora Cheating Carlos Beltran the teams that they played on. How long were these guys cheating? So you know maybe these numbers aren't aren't organic, but we're GONNA have to take them at face value because this is you know this is the actual information that we have to work with here. You know reminder. Houston was the top team in the American League regular season. Wise a year ago, one hundred seven wins the dodgers one I believe it was one hundred plus Games in twenty nineteen, and then your other division champs would be the Yankees and the twins, and the braves and the cardinals. Your actual wildcard game was Oakland and the Tampa Bay rays in the. American league and Washington, your eventual world champ wildcard is important and the Milwaukee brewers in the National League. Mike Cleveland Indians your Chicago cubs failed to reach the postseason and you're probably okay with that. I was okay with that is one of those seasons where and I think that'd be the worst thing if you had a losing. Losing season that did not play well going. It's just stressful because you've have seen them. Not play well, and you know they're not going to get far. It's not going to be pretty, and it would have been better just to stay home. You didn't enjoy those last two games in two thousand eighteen, the. Tiebreaker, game against the brewers, and then the wild card game played it regularly against the Colorado. Rockies that was not that was not an enjoyable games on sixty three and one sixty four for you as a fan now so and I'm kind of with you. I, mean you look back at? Cleveland missed the playoffs in in two thousand nineteen. Just like the cubs did they would make it under this format and things may have played out differently in two thousand eighteen in two. Two Thousand Seventeen you know given given a different set of circumstances, even two thousand sixteen, you know. Maybe they don't even reach the World Series in two thousand sixteen under a different set of circumstances, but the Indians would've had a first round bye in two thousand, seventeen, rather than dropping games, three four and five in the LDS to the New York Yankees You know and who knows what happens in two thousand eighteen. Do they still get swept by the Houston Astros? You know if they're playing on a level playing field. Who knows, but you know the Astros no pitches that are coming great pitching can't beat them in. Yesterday's deserve to be shamed. The answer is absolutely deserved to be shamed. I saw something. We'll get back to the playoff format just a second about how they're gonNA. See a lot of pitches inside. They're gonNA. Get hit by pitches a lot I don't know that that's necessarily wrong, but I don't know surly right either. I in my head. I'm playing it out. Where pitcher's throwing the balls at them to see if they know what pitch is coming and they jump like way before the ball gets to them. That's awesome. My head. It's just a bunch of astro players. Like. Diving and ducking out of the way long before a pitch is even anywhere near hitting them. Dodge dip, dive, duck and dodge. And and you know I mean. There's probably not a lot of guesswork to it. This is the pitch where he's GonNa. Throw it out to you. This is the bits where he's going to throw it argument. This is the catch where. This is the batter batter. There's really only two sets of science for the it's swing away or. Maybe, take the patch by a very. This is the pitch where easy they're gonNA. Lay down the bought or throw the bat for lander. For lender doesn't like juice balls. Anything's going to think of stats. Man is going to be a fan of those stats so I think that it can go too far that mlb you will step in, and players will be pitch. pitchers will be suspended and fined and perhaps lengthy suspensions and hefty fines. For going too far with it, but. You'LL BE I. Don't know how much MLB would have done a you know. Obviously you can't hit a player with a pitch. If suspended for the air at there's there's probably four or five of those guys that probably should have been suspended like hinch and Lou now, and they wouldn't have lost their jobs because of the players. Union would have protected them, but. They. They could easily be sending out one hundred sixty two games, and who are they going to appeal to the Players Union? You're cheating all these guys out of the game so but for now we have to Houston at face value as the number one overall seed in the American league from a year ago. They don't have any impact in the first round and I started considering John. What kind of format you used you simply pick the worst team or you take the team that you had the most success against in the regular season or do you throw out the regular season? Do you look at pitching matchups? There's just there's so many numbers with baseball. I liked a point that you brought up in conversation. About this as it? Comes to. Location Maybe you pick the team. That's furthest away. So you get out of the way first and then you're kinda closer to home as it gets more important, more vital, or do you stay close home? I kinda rest up for what could be a long road ahead of you. Vaccinate locations make. That, that's an interesting conversation. You know I mean playing out last year. Scenario Yankees number two over on the American League. Looking at the playoff field, they can't take twins because the twenty nine. The twins are going GonNa get to play. Twins are Gonna get their own choice. So they have a choice between Oakland Tampa. Cleland in Boston. Your Boston no travel Cleveland Cleveland right there Tampa, you know coming up from Florida to play the Yankees. Warm weather team cold weather October. That's something to consider, but then you have the Oakland athletics coming from coming from way out West in their sewage stadium. To play to play in the Bronx. For the Yankees look at the travel as more valuable, or do they look at the fact that? The athletics beat them four out of six times in two thousand nineteen. Maybe that's a deterring factor where you like. Maybe they can handle the travel. They beat US obviously. They were able to beat us in. Yankee stadium during the regular season if they won four out of six games. Deep a team that many times in a regular season I think at some point. You kind of start to figure out how they beat you. Yeah, and you also have to consider you know the regular season. The Post season are not the same. You don't treat you. Don't approach a seven game series the same way you approach a five game series, so it's possible to steal a five game series. It's it's likely that you could have. The outlier. Result exists more so in the three game series. You know we've seen plenty of teams. Go Up to one in a series. To own a series where they don't win the seven game series, I know I. We saw it in two thousand nineteen in the world series with The Washington nationals that you know they won every road game, but lost every game in their own ballpark so homefield road baseball just so weird. HOW RANDOM IT CAN BE! That's why it's so fun it is. It is fun because you don't have a great idea who's going to WHO's going to win every time out? You can look at how you know how your top pitchers or a fair housing Grassberg Sherzer or going to fare against the competition that the play and I think that the National League Pretty Funky the way that I have it set up I. The Yankees would have despite the fact that Boston can be a different animal in the playoffs. They were fourteen and five against the red sox. During the regular season, the Red Sox, one eighty four games, and just eleven of twenty nine in the month our pardon me eleven or twenty six in the month of September. The Yankees no rain they gotTA. GotTa play the Red Sox Red Sox when eighty four gainers. Cleveland's one nine three got a better pitching staff than the red sox had a year ago. And then you get to the the twins, and their choices are Oakland Cleveland and Tampa Bay, and you look at you know they were even Keel against the Indians I actually they lost the last ten, one nine against Cleveland the five and two against Tampa and they were formed three against Oakland I. Think they look at that and they're like we're gonNA. Play the race. You know we're GONNA. Play raise. They have a lot less tradition. The twins are always cursed half the play. The Yankees first time out in the play. Also the twins have had zero postseason success in the last twenty years. Because most most of the time they do draw the Yankees. They did actually just surpassed the cubs. I think for most postseason losses overall. Slice previous. So that would leave Cleveland in a situation now. Cleveland clean was pretty good against a lot of teams, but they were just ratchet against the as and the devil raisers, the as in the regular as one in five against Oakland, one in six against Tampa Bay both those teams would have been salvaged the zealous to play them. Oakland being the first. Being being the team that would just be stuck. Laying was ever laughed. They would host. The Indians would have to go to California and the, and he has never play well out west over in the nationally I had Atlanta with the first pick. They were like eleven eight. I believe against the Washington nationals, but I think that's the team that they would have played. They were they were successful. They were familiar with them I think that they probably would have had a good opportunity to beat them. meanwhile, the cardinals I would have them play the New York mets. It wasn't a slam dunk. Assist the diamondbacks, the seventh theme, the eighty five win diamondbacks. They were just best against. Against better competition, and then those cardinals games that they you know. We went to one of the Games between the diamondbacks and the cardinals last September ABC's getaway game, and yet here Molina was on the Badge Paul Goldschmidt was on the bench until he pinch hit in the in the ninth inning of that final contest in the regular season between those teams, and the game was treated differently, because Saint Louis having didn't have much to play for. diamondbacks still had everything in the world to play for, and you'll in this scenario, the other wildcard team, the actual wildcard team the eighty nine win Milwaukee brewers. Would have would have had a distinct advantage against diamondbacks, which is the way that it should be the seventh seventh best team in the League shouldn't have an advantage against either one of those teams, and then you get to you get to the second round so regardless of what happens in the first round. You're going to have three teams The best team is going to get the team that was on the by. They get to pick who they play and I imagine that it's less about who you WANNA. Play because you got to figure your play, two of those three teams. Right so I think it's about avoiding who you WANNA play in a five game series for the Yankees. They did not fair the best against the twins they were. They were reformed to against the twins and then Tampa they were twelve and seven against so You know I'll pardon me. That's not the Yankees that's Houston. Houston just doesn't want to play Minnesota or or Tampa. Just because of what their records they were three or four, against, while they were three, or four gets the Yankees, two and four against the Minnesota twins they were. Only, Oakland, they were. They were eleven and eight against Oakland, but Tampa Bay was actually four and three against them, so they weren't terrible against anybody and I think this place to the detriment of the better team. Sometimes I think that you'd rather just have the team as ide- Rove and picking the teams. You know because it's a sign of disrespect that you didn't WanNa play them and then in the next round. Maybe it's a Oh. They were scared of last round. Better be as this round to and I. Think maybe that's partly what they're going. With this whole reality aspect of it. You. Know You. Have enough. We have enough reality TV. And hosted. Profitability Big Lebron thing when he made his decision. We'll see, we'll see I'm John. That's our time to segment gem, Jeff. 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Suggested or proposed or leaked, I don't even know how got on the Internet I don't know. Why would even get on the? Internet it's ridiculous just reading through it without even thinking about it for a second there just wrong. Who put this out without thinking the fact that? The best team in the League is going to get a six day lay. A seven day layoff. The we sort out this whole three games here. This wildcard and we're GONNA. Pick our opponent. We're GONNA. Do this whole reality TV stuff? Meanwhile, the best team in baseball is sitting at home, waiting for all this crap. Transpire, God forbid someone's as pitches four days before the end of the regular season has ten days in between starts his the football where he can heal up and that helps. Welcome back foul territory everyone that the voice of very unhappy. Trevor, Bauer he tweets out and I'll just paraphrase. Your proposal is absurd for too many reasons. Subtype on twitter improves. You have absolutely no clue about baseball. You're a joke and JEN. I have to say that you probably are right there with Trevor Bauer in that sentiment. Am I don't usually agree with his ridiculous outbursts. Covers a lot of good points. Yeah, just about pitching and trying to line it up and you know I I know that you're concerned about your reds overlords in the National League Central Division, but I don't think trevor. Bauer is going to be on a team. That is the number one overall seed where he's going to have to worry about that anytime soon. No, I told you I welcome. ARATU, overlords all right. That's GonNa do it. For generates for Scott on the other side of the glass up in San Francisco. This is Ben Fouled territories coverage of the MLB proposed playoff changes stay tuned for more sports community next hour on the sports byline broadcast network. You're listening to sports overnight America. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network. Lie at Hartland NEWSFEED DOT COM. 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See take fast, acting nause, nosy, correct nausea, formative formula quickly released stomach discomfort from overindulging nosy now in the purple box at Walmart or your favorite store. Over Manhattan Jacobs. A. Did I. Get right there, carver high. Finish the final APP. Now you got the last corner came in. And you and you finish strong, so you got it done. So, how many times did you say over the years that I can count on one hand or two hands? How many times I butchered that? What would you say? Is it about once or twice? I would say in five whatever it is for five years I think it's probably one hand. Yeah, I mean I. It's not often. It doesn't happen very often. It's one hand. These things happen. They happen everything happens. Everybody Dies Alex. Anyway There's so many things to talk about. You know. We didn't get a chance really. Today. You know because we're just hauling ass when we're doing coast to coast, right? The Cam Newton story obviously is huge again. Do that tonight, aren't we? We got a whole thing on tonight. Don't we cover high talking about it? So. We're GONNA talk to Chris Prize in the Boston. Globe and. That's in the second hour about Cam, Newton but. I mean at the very least I'm willing to say it now. What did you think you're a bills fan I mean? What did you think when you? saw that they got him because Kirby. Coast to coast today I said I still think the guy's got all kinds of game left and I'd be shocked if he didn't. You know these healthy perform at a high level. There's. Obviously! They're better right now than they were two days ago. going into the season being a bills fan, you looked across the Patriots and you saw Jarrett Stidham and Brian, and you thought like everybody else has been thinking all right I mean. This is our year. This is the year that we finally got a breakthrough and win a division title. Something like that. And when you see Cam, go there, it does change. Your feeling a little bit because if he's the cam that we saw, take the Carolina Panthers the Super Bowl if he's the cam that we started with an MVP fees that Cam. And you're going to be worried. FUHR fan of the other teams in that division. You are going to be worried now. Is he still that Cam I know that you feel. He still has that game, but he's missed a lot of the last two years with various injuries. And it and it. It's troubling to me. That it took. Three plus months. For him to to find another team. I, you know. I know you heard reports Cleveland talk to him, but nobody else really offered a deal. That kind of worries me is the word around the League on the inside that he shot, but if he was shot, why would Belgium take a shot on him? Yeah, I mean bottom line is this is And I've acknowledged all of these things previously look. The Guy had his shoulder operated on twice right, so he's obviously. Injured his shoulder and speaking from experience. I've injured mine I tore my rotator. Labor M- right off the bone. I got fifteen a hooks and screws in there right now. and. I'm constantly dealing with that like worried about that, and I'll never forget one day. I was playing in this dude came. Barreling into the lane on power like US trying to just go. To the rack and he was, he was a lieber and everything else, and he he could dunk, and and all the rest and I was like in his way, and I went up to block the shot, and his his weight and momentum of his drive, just like coming at the ten he was moving so fast and hard at it just like. Jack my arm back and my shoulder and I felt it. Scar, tissue I definitely felt it. Tear. I felt something bad. And I was like I'm talking about this is know reason within a year or two ago. I'm not talking about when I tore it. When I tore, it was over I, mean I I'll never forget playing that day. Mafia was there I think what happened was is that I went down on cement, right and I dove. And I ended up. Flying off the cement into the grass into like. You know whatever that was around the basketball court right like and I dove in there and I landed tour. Right off the bone late. Just I mean it was gone right then and there I knew I was like Oh my God plus I. Broke ribs and? The whole thing I got really stop. And I went to I went home like I remember when it happened to get up. Get up, come on, let's go you know. FINISH UP! Let's go. Let's go, you know. People were I'm landing agony. I was literally in agony. And I just. Dying and then I ended up getting up. Going home at never got better. It just got worse as the day went on I. was icing it for hours. Nothing changed. It just kept getting worse and worse and worse eventually with the hospital and had surgery nine months later. I had. Nine months later I could lift my arm up and windmill it nine months ten months. Might that so everyone? I've ever seen that? Gets that rotator Labor on they end up having. You're sleeping in a chair for like. You know three four months. It's not like you can just lay down. It's crazy that injury. Right and I don't even think he had that like maybe once he had that right I. Don't know about the second time. I think the second time he just had like. Maybe carbon I'm wrong, but like some kind of a tear narrate so obviously. The guys had some shoulder surgeries. So that's where the concern is i. don't believe just because you break a bone in your foot that for your career is over right at all. Guys do it all the time I've had multiple foot injuries multiple and I just don't even like I play ball crazy right so I know every injury. I mean I can tell you i. know everything, and you could break your foot in play again. Many times you could break it three or four times five times. I broke every finger on both hands. Ten Times I got one. I had two of them right now. It happens to me so much. I don't even know anymore. Winner broken. There's I broke him so many times. I go to bed like I sleep in my hands. Go numb. I can't feel them stuff. It's the worst, so this guy's had bad injuries. Cam, Newton right, fair enough, but at some level he you know he's a bad ass. Right like if I can play through all this stuff. Don't tell me that dude can't play through it and you know. What I'm seeing as healthy like working out training, everybody's saying like the Patriots wouldn't have given him this deal. They didn't see him and know that he's in shape like I. Think secretly privately I think incognito. He's basically in shape. I think he's about ready to explode on people's asses right now is what I think and he's been in hiding and he's just. Just, he's GonNa come out and D like remember. May How you like me now because you know, he's got it in him to do it. I could be the biggest d ever this guy. He got a whole. He's got a whole thing on what his relationship with people in the media and you know the doubters, and he definitely has the thing for them. And that's a big factor because you're getting a Cam Newton, who is going to have a major chip on his shoulder? You could sell is not happy with how he was treated and Carolina with everything that he did for that franchise. To basically be be fair here. Cast aside, thrown away. He's got a major chip and he's going to a place where they win a lot. He's going to the best coach in the NFL. He's going into a situation. Where if he is healthy, he can succeed no doubt about, and here's a if he is good Scotty and he's ready to go, and he's good to play as a bills fan, the one thing that I look at and I. Go all right. I think that we can handle. This is because there's. There's so many guys with the Bills Organization now. who were with Cam in Carolina that maybe they know a lot about whether it be Sean McDermott who is the DC and Carolina? Mario Marietta's Josh Norman. They've got a bunch of guys on the WHO are on the same team as Cam. They played against him in practice. ETC, etc, that could help the bill as well down the road when they play the Patriots twice this year if cam is at his best. Your won't deny that that's. Part of it! And that's in play right that knowledge experience being on the same team. No one a guy that I won't deny that. That's imply part of a price you pay when you play any NFL like a lot of these guys. It's all about relationships, right? I played with this guy played with that guy i. know him I played with him in college played with him in the pros I played against him. I played against him twice a year. I played against him fifteen twenty times in my career played and divisional games and Blah Blah Blah. They know everything right, fair enough, but it still comes down to. On Sundays Megan plays. So you can know a guy like the back of your hand. It's still Bernie on a Sunday. 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Good jobs they go. we were talking about Cam Newton here on the show and I WANNA get. Your opinion of. In the sense of you know I basically said in a nutshell. The Guy I think is certainly. been of late, I think in A. Strange predicament like you know having no job, no GIG, no offers no anything really meanwhile, I think that he's been hiding out and you know getting in shape training getting just monstrous like and I. Think he's healthy right now. Obviously they have seen something in some level some capacity that he's healthy otherwise they would have never done the deal. Beleta gets him and you know what this guy's capable of. Of I know he's head injuries shoulders. I know his broken foot test. Everyone at some young age before you and I got old at some young age, we recovered from injuries a lot quicker than you do when you're all of, but he's not old. So at some level is going to get better, and if he plays out, the he is still dangerous. Is What I believe? What do you think? Incentive, laden contract much more mobile than Brady was. He's no Tom Brady, but this goes from a six and team. Maybe two I don't know nine nine, seven, ten and six, but you'd never know. They could catch fire with Bela checks offense. You gotTA assume that he's GonNA figure stuff out that nobody else would have had him do and so as a Dolphin Fan. You know that this makes the Patriots relevant again. What happens if? You know to the NFL. Nothing happens if they end up winning and. Hosting like a title game at Foxboro again like can you imagine if this guy walks into that job and Bella coaches ass off with this team that he's already got a law several players and obviously brady at the top of the mountain, but they lost other guys as well then or etc. it goes on and on, but the bottom line is. What would you do? What would the league do? Besides nothing I guess they just have to deal with it if they got back into a position of power where they're in the title game again at Foxboro or something. So I could up and here go the Patriots again. So you know, they didn't lose Gronkowski because he had retired already You never know they're always been. We could tight end now before after the murder, and so you know the the the bottom line is they're working progress. But all of a sudden they became a better football team overnight, and they became an interesting football team. Overnight I I, I wish I was a day later in New England so I could have tested reaction yesterday when I was up there, 'cause you know the key kind of kidding around jerk stood, and what? What is he gonNA do well. He might turn out. Okay, but I don't think he's going to get the chance now. Who would you play? In the scenario that of what they have I mean if I walk into Camp Day, one I mean right now before they even go before they can go to camp right now. I'm Bill Belichick I've already made my choice. It's Camden Yeah. Well and and by the way you know, he didn't give up. Much if anything, no, no, no, no, no draft picks The contract is incentive laden, so not that big a deal there and if cam. Newton gets injured or if he doesn't play well. You were planning on them anyway without Cam Newton so no harm, no foul. Right so. And then g think they cared all about that fine and their problems with the bengals and filming sidelines and losing draft picks. Do you think they even care about that? Well care about the draft picks, but you know I I assume. that. They were prepared for something like that and as long as it wasn't. Every single draft pick in the next hundred years. They're going to be okay with it. And I think will move on, and it's not the worst. That's happened to the Patriots by the National Football League, and there's a love hate relationship between them right now. It's probably more than love. So Josh Allen. The bills said that. It's not gonna be that big of a deal, not having Tom Brady on the Patriots and. That's maybe. craziest thing I've ever heard, but now they are. What? What wealth but why would where would he? What would he that stuff up? You know it's like locker room talk we haven't had. Any media reaction about any of this stuff recently and here we go now. So you know I guess the bills are still. What. What's the? What's The was Vegas? Say, but the bills right now I guess the bill's chances just got. went down a little bit because Cam, Newton but not a lot. I assume the the bills are still the favorites although I don't know. You know that carver high right now is. A seething mad or wants to punch you in the face being a bills fan or hold on just to be fair with Josh Josh. All the Josh was trying to say. was that as far as how they look at the Patriots? Even though Brady isn't there anymore, nothing to them has changed. They are still a very well run organization. They are still a very good football team I. Think all that he was trying to say was even though Brady's not there anymore. The Patriots still matter and the Patriots are still the team to be in the AFC. I think that's all. Joshua's saying. Oh Look different. Yeah! It's a little bit there, so. Score one to you congratulations, okay, so do you think who wins the division rick? Owens. Covington oh. Yeah about that. Rick grunted at a window at the Dolphin ticket. Right well, you know. Get Your playoff tickets now. Right a glass last time. The dolphins were there with a I. Guess that was the Castle quarterback year win. The Dolphins won the AFC east and Pennington was the comeback player of the year. You know what I'm thinking with my heart, and not my head right I just can't figure out. The dolphins have four hundred thousand draft picks, and people still think that these stupid. Mach Twenty, twenty. One. Draft pick mock drafts. Them picking the top five, which means they're supposed to suck again I don't I. Don't want to believe that I. Don't want to believe that my team has yet another year rebuilding. Come on. Do you think that to will. Start at quarterback 'cause everyone thinks that fits. Magic is going to start and the kids going to stand on the sideline and learn watching learn, do you? Think that is applicable anymore in this day and age or do you draft in? Him. Well first of all I like fitzpatrick very much, because as you know as a Harvard Guy. He's smarter than everybody else on the field that goes. In all seriousness, right and all seriousness when you look at his pedigree, right, he starts. It's kind of a fast starter. Then everybody in the league catches up to him so if he starts well the first few games of the season, and then to it prime to come off the bench, I? Don't I? Don't mind that I. Really I really don't. I'm not in any rush to see the kid play. I certainly don't WanNa see them play before he's ready and wire frankly. No, no, no, no seriously. You know why, because I I don't I. Don't want him playing with any broken hip or HYP. It's not ready and the only guy that I've heard. Tell me that he's in a really really good football shape. Is Least Steiberg who you know I likely Steinberg a lot, but as an agent, I can't do any more than just assume that the guys puffing it and he got his ban in the dolphins got their their man, but Yeah right so after all that comment. I Love I'd love to see. Right. Did he get home, so? Yeah, so so I was at the well I. got my home to your before but I yeah two years three years before I was flying back a from the playoff Houston, Miami Mental Blown playoff game in Kansas City so least I'm switches from a Mahomes, t shirt basically on the southwest plane. WHO A to a t shirt because he's meeting to his family in in New Orleans for the game, so he's got both it's. It's a you know. The guys made a great comeback. After he fell from grace, and now he's got the WHO the guy that could be the most exciting quarterback in this year's crop of qb's. What a what a story to go from You know top world like he used to have. The greatest super bowl bash ever every year at. That week it was just his bash was the deal. It was the one and only that one and they commissioners know the League party, which is even better, and then the guy drank himself almost to death, and then got sober. And then fought his way all the way back into his career again after losing everything right, and then now he's got. To, the hottest commodities in the NFL it. A barn. It really is unbelievable so when we come back in the next segment. I WanNa talk to rick about whether. His daughter is now not listening to him anymore. Because, she's like off at Harvard or something doing law school, and once they get there, and they emulate their parents. Then they pass them, but they do. Is they pass them? And then they let you know it and it's coming either. I. I it's. Because because I ran out of money. Ran Out of money. That's why they pass me. They ran out of money because of tuition I've got. She's got a learning deal where she's doing it by remote by computer with. What's out there? So here's the deal. Haro had to pay for all of them to go to school undergrad law school. And now she's no longer listening to him, so he was up in Boston, and she was giving him the business this weekend. 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Rick are with us, so your daughters in law school and At what point do they pass you and then I stop listening to you. When he was twelve. The, probably from law school that day she was admitted so you know law. Schools are really interesting thing 'cause she's into healthcare and Kinda delivery healthcare. Now we have a whole worldwide pandemic. I practice on i. wish she found something else to do? And of all the courses she wanted to take in law school a lasting the world. She wanted to do with sports law. Law, and said come on, take the course. So why should I do that I've been doing this with you for like twenty two years? Why would I wanNA do any more of it so I get it I understand, and and so You know she's going all the Ivy. League football games by the way Ivy League still hasn't made an announcement about whether they're gonNA, play football. This fall If they don't, it'll be the first of the Division One set of conferences to formally back away, and there's some real discussion about whether they will or not Robin Harris is the commissioner. Hopefully there's a way to hang on to this because they didn't get any march madness money. They've got a good TV contract. That Friday night, football and they. You know they don't need the money. When you think about it, but on the other hand, but they don't get subsidies from anybody else. They're on their own, and obviously football isn't as lucrative with the power five so God bless the Ivy League. Yeah my buddies coach in the Ivy. League in Basketball Princeton. So Like Coach, but you're a Harvard guy. So when they're you know they you know carbon. They look down on all the other school. Did you notice when I said Princeton there was like this dull Pau of? Respect. Come on! vk Princeton Princeton this little town in New Jersey that has school next to it in Yale. Brunt. We brush stat by the way up to Boston. Stammering, while he says it. let me ask Brown. What did you think of a Howard Schnell and Burger our boy who? Got The bear Bryant lifetime achievement. Award for all that hard work he did in the State of Florida and it Coral Gables and certainly the reason why they have a football stadium in Boca Raton, Florida, add lovely Florida Atlantic University. You know wealth deserve by the way, and I've known Howard for a long time and he and Don Shula. head commiserated and spent a lot of time in the last year or two. You Know Don has now passed, and Howard's our getting up there. I spent some time with him. Last year couldn't happen at a better time for him, so we can kind of take advantage of this He had A. Great Time in Louisville right amazing time at University of Miami Pretty. Good Time at Florida Atlantic, not so good at Oklahoma, but it doesn't really matter. It's the whole body of and by the way great time with the dolphins. People don't remember that he was a great holiday college head coach brought to the hurricanes back to prominence, but you know. He cut his teeth under Shula as a coach of the dolphins perfect season. Yeah, that's great so You see these guys all signing with Clutch Sports. trae Young's knowing their that Anthony Edwards at Georgia. I think he hired him. I guess. These players in. Certainly in basketball, WANNA be near that. Lebron, James, brand, right. And the Brian James. Company that's attracting one hundred million dollars to make movies. You know. We talked about earlier that Kobe. And Lebron had this little competition friendly. Who was the best movie maker basketball? Player creative guy think Kobe was more creative, God. Bless him and Lebron more of a hardcore how to raise money businessman, but clearly you know his company with Maverick Carter is spending a lot of money, and then clutch clutches, just part of the whole empire, so he's doing real good job You know his practices and also good, though he's just not sitting there doing nothing. With the Lakers he's making some coin. Yeah. Ask What are you thinking of Your Voice Stephen Ross? Donating thirteen million to? Combat Racism and then even what was it was Kenny stills. WHO said it wasn't enough money? Yeah, you know Kenny stills has had a ongoing feud with Steve One of the reasons, maybe why he's no longer a dolphin, but let's remember that Steve Ross has this rise entity which has every commissioner on the board of directors and every owner on it as well, and he really did put his money whereas mouth as so PSA's and other messages He's given a lot of money to a lot of different people including obviously the Ross. Business School at University of Michigan but You know this is not one of those things that Steve Ross. hoste do it's one of those things that he wanted to do beyond just his deal with rise, and I'm not sure why anybody would question somebody's motive about well give more it's an individual choice and you know. I don't frankly get it, but that's okay. So Under armor is trying to get out of that. Two hundred eighty million dollar deal with UCLA. What are the odds that though be able to do that? I don't think they'll be able to get out of totally but I. Think the renegotiate it. And I think Ucla will find somebody else. And then you know they'll subtract damages against it with the new deal that they'll find. I don't know about this. UCLA program remember three weeks ago, there was this discussion about players not wanting to play for chip Kelly, not because he wasn't a good coach, but there were a little worried about the Kobe nineteen protections. For the athletes and again, this wasn't a chip. Kelly issue, it's the UCLA health department protecting issue you know now comes the retail contract, and some people say that's the beginning of the unwinding of the shoe contracts with colleges, because there's not enough money going around up, believe that when I said I don't think we're going to have a wholesale leaving the reservation right now I think that's a big deal, and maybe deals will be extended. A free year out of it because of this year, but I don't think it's the end them by any means. So. You know the Texas. Rangers have a couple of things going on one. They got a new stadium. Right that nobody's going. Right. They got this brand new. Brand new spanking facility, billion plus dollars right so and then people are making fun of it Ad Nauseam saying that it's a basically ugly, and it looks like a warehouse, etc, and then they have multiple multiple employees testing positive for the COVID and. I guess there's other employees right that are. Terrified for their safety and they. Reportedly allegedly forced them to work or something of this nature. You hearing about any of this dangerous of her dog. I don't know. I don't know about that stuff. In terms of you know forcing employees to go to a stadium and get sick that to me sounds kind of ridiculous. What they are thinking about is bringing as many fans as they possibly can into the stadium as early as the opening. H or the architects of built it I'm not sure about the garage thing, but it's GonNa. Make the rangers lot more money. 'cause lot more concessionary is a lot more suites and it's fits a market like Dallas which has a lot of money and remember that firm not only gets the globe life opening and a couple of weeks three weeks. Whatever it is, but also they did so fi stadium to five billion dollar deal in Los. Los Angeles which will open up assuming the NFL plays in September, so it's a big deal for that firm important video for the Rangers. The Governor says we'RE GONNA Open. Texas so the Astros and the Rangers they said we're going to be the only two major league teams would actually have fans at the beginning of the of the season. I'm not sure after all the stuff. That's happening Texas right now. That's really going to happen. So, how do you feel about the way the golf has handled? The Business at hand, having tournaments with no fans and the covert, and all the protocols with you know several players leaving because positive tasks, others have withdrawn. Now, this week's turned a lot of them withdrew from. From Cromwell, Connecticut at the travelers now. They're withdrawing from the rocket mortgage this week. A lot of them, and then a lot of them are saying you know I. I need a rest I need to go home yeah rory. Going home, he needs arrests and I sat on the show. Today must it must be tough winning that you know one point eight million dollars. He made the last three weeks playing in those tournaments. He's been playing in that. Don't matter to them at all. Except for raking money because I love. Rory's my favorite player, but I'm just saying like. He needs a break a break from what making money. Off Mega millions. We all need break for making money. You know I I i. You and I played last week and yeah. We need a break from golf. That that was that was. That was a lot of fun, but we asked me about the tournaments and I think Jay. Monahan is handling it just as well as you possibly. Can you bring in the players in I've watched the ends of all tournaments Dustin Johnson hitting the ball three thirty on the eighteenth hole about thirty yards farther than any other drive, and had a wedge to the green all had to do was was a party wins the tournament. Wins now every year he's been on tour. And frankly when you get in the middle of these tournaments, you don't even notice the fans not there unless there's a lousy shot to the green, then keeps going and going as opposed to get stuck in the grand stairs, and so I think he's doing well I also think that you know he's a realist, just like everybody else's and you. You know if you can open up, you're going to have people test positive, not everybody, but then the question is. How do you quarantine how you send people home? It's just a unfortunately like it or not. It's a cost of doing business and I. Think the tour has done very well. Ratings have been amazing. I think they've got another couple of weeks before. There's any competition from anybody. Who knows if baseball's really GONNA start hockey has announced the start date yet. Basketball doesn't start for four weeks and so golf runs the show except for Nascar but golf really runs this show now. We got rocket mortgage in Detroit, but then we got to straight tournaments in Ohio, one with fans one without fans one with the rough rowing one without, so it's the same course for Jack Nicholas hosting, but it feels like two different tournaments I'm told it'll be fun. So NBC takes over the US Open USDA events from Fox. They spent one point two billion dollars on golf. How'd that go forum? Box you know it. You know you and I both talked about this before. Fox does racing well I guess they do the world series well, own stuff well golf as hard as they could try I don't think they did it as well as certainly NBC did now. NBC gets it back and there are certain things you assume is great. CBS in the masters CBS a lot of the other events the British. Open was ABC so Nazi Hispanic and obviously NBC getting some tournaments back. It'll be fun to see. I have thirty seconds. HOW ABOUT NASCAR? They're canceling their awards banquet in Nashville, they used to have it in New, York City and Las Vegas. They've canceled on a national now. Well, you know they're trying to think ahead about crowds and they're assuming that crowds are not good, and they can certainly cancel that stuff and reinstate eventually, but they're not gonNa do it now and You know NASCAR has a whole bunch of events that are happening in no fans including India's next week, and then they'll bring fan slowly, not no fans, but small number of. Know Nascar Indy Two as well so we're. So just real. Quick run out of time. I know rex did those hotels where you can park park? Your car right in front of the door to the hotel room and there's like an air conditioning unit. There make sure your genome. Haro I'll, see banks. With. Off. Do you have a story to share your story lifetime. Private Autobiography Services can help we. Will you buy video or Fawn to get your memories in your words using your pictures? 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What a career coaching obviously! Just an incredible story right but. Great coach without a doubt, no one can argue that at all, so but just to see him at the end Oh my God like. So sad I didn't even seriously I. I couldn't even recognize him like he had gotten so old. No offense. No disrespect man like he was all I couldn't even recognize him anymore like it didn't even look like him I would have never guessed. that. It was him right like you see people your whole life. I remember watching him A. Career coach right, and he was older than me, but I saw him coach a lot. Now. Then at the end like I hadn't no comprehension whatsoever that it was him. And showed him he looked like he was one hundred and twenty. And I'm sitting there. Looking at him going I don't even know that I I was like I can't even recognize staring at him like that's Eddie sudden. I. Honestly I couldn't even figure it out. That's what I guess I've seen it obviously. I've been around a lot of people that have been around a lot of. People in failing health and dying cancer. You name it. I've seen it. I've been through all that gamut I just buried everyone I know last year's so but to see him that way. I didn't even I couldn't even comprehend it. I couldn't recognize him so but then when he got into the end. I'm so happy and he got. Him and then died like weeks later S- crazy out works To, go back and get in there, you know and what a huge family had and. Basketball. Nothing but respect her Eddie Sutton another hour on. Cash. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network heartland newsfeed DOT com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on facebook, twitter and instagram. Service Feeling Newscast for July first twenty twenty. By Clifford? 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Stay with them, so Ian Desmond of the rockies also not going to play in this sixty game season for them. So he's out and then you said. Sticky fingers is out while Mike. Sticky fingers leak is not going to play for the diamondbacks. You don't have Zimmerman and Ross for the national, so those are four guys. Far. We'll be recording of the next several days. Multiple Blair's will be backing out of the bubble. They various baseball bubbles that everyone will be living in. Maybe, they can find a couple of people to play for the nets. The Nets could use a couple of guys if anybody wants to. Everybody's got game. Even you, you know, you might as well go across the couple of rivers. Go go by the facility. See if they need somebody to go down low and but a couple of minutes in on the blocks. I mean they need somebody down there right now. They've lost Dinwiddie and they Andrei Jordan tonight to the COVID, so and they already have no Kyrie and no Katie and not have no Spencer Dinwiddie. WHO's Shamma, said no to Wilson Chandler's say today. He ain't playing either Wilson Chandler's playing as well I. I wanted to say that. Speaking a bad players? Speaking of ax. Both Chandler and De'andre Jordan are both, not gonNA play. What a great loss! It'll be for everyone to not have to watch them shoot five-footers. I mean they can't make them. Let alone shoot him so. It's bad enough I'm you know I get it Jordan Rebounds Alley Oop Dunks? Gets fouled ally. Go so on Mrs. Free throws. Is that about the gist of it? So didn't witty's a different story altogether. He's like They're pure players. Score on the team. Right is not hand. Liberty are the two best players teams that about fair to say I mean. When Kyri and Katie I'm playing, right? there. You Go, so carbohydrate agrees it has what it is. They're not playing out in. You know Dinwiddie in Jordan. Aren't gonNA play now. What are they? GonNa have cove it and then in. Two weeks go play basketball. They're gonNA. dinwiddie kind of left the door open. I mean he didn't flat out. Say I think the Dinwiddie as opposed to Jordan Jordan. Sorry later I'm out, but didn't win. He kind of made it sound like you know, I'm GonNa. Take the two weeks and I'm going to. You know there's still a month. They still got a month before they actually play. Here. You. Can go quarantine for two weeks right, and then they can test again and if he's all clear candy. Start showing up to practice again and start. You still would have two weeks to get ready, wouldn't he? Able to start. Treating them. You, know y'all. You'RE NOT GONNA. Bring. That did around, are you? I don't want nothing to do with them. Can we eat in a different room that him? Do you think they're going to have some of that going on. Do you remember when magic came back when he had? HIV and the way they treated him. We don't have to play with, do we? Remember. He's not on our. Did remember. Three played and then they were like wait. He's bleeding. What's up? We're not going near that. You remember how it was, so it was crazy back then like I was in the throes of it I. Remember when happened I was on the air. Westwood one in La when all that was happening right and. That was crazy times now. This is just as crazy right. People are like. Your boys over here sneezing. They got like Mafia sneezed on the air, the other night or something. What were you on the show? WAS THAT ON COSTA? I started making fun of him. Like what was that about? That must have bit that must have been you and him on one of these. But I am with A. Make Fun of Mafia in the car when he sneezes when we drive ride, you remember all the years of doing so every time the Guy Sneezes in the car like I go into like this whole. Stick in my head out the window thing to. Ready? I'm ready to wreck the car I'm ready to go right off the shoulder into a ravine into a river and kill myself based on his sneezing, and he says he said to me the other day on the air. He said that he moses own yard and that's why he gets. Like all kinds of grass pollen, and all this other stuff, his nose and I'm like listen did. I got way worse things. I put up my nose over the years. Tell me that you're mowing. Your Yard is making you sneeze like all the time, so my point is I always ride mafia jokingly. When he sneezes, he sneezes all the time right. He's like always Sneezing Hill. Deny say doesn't sneeze. Sneeze. A lot of times. There was there was he definitely sneezed? A lot guy used to be in the obviously in the box with them every night It's when we were at. The old place, so he's. Sneeze into a shirt like this. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, absolutely! Right into a shirt, but you know what. Certain just sprays all across the room. That shirt doesn't work for me. He's wearing like an affliction shirt and he sneezes into it here's. Bom Right through it. It just like a cloud of of like. What was that Agent Orange? In business. Here's what I would do if I were on a team right now and your boy. They send your boy down to the morning. Shoot around like y'all. Can we get that dude his own shooting room. I'll be like Oh. Hey, y'all those ice cream for us. You GotTa get yours from the truck. We'll be here about four o'clock. The dude with the bells and whistles he'll be here is grammy comes through every day around four? Don't touch my ice cream machine, Bro! Come on. You got that content. I don't WanNa be around there yonder feeling. I'm getting a little bit better. Hey coach. Can We? Shoot the other end. Coach. Yo. Are we on. That is there to assist tonight. I WANNA go back to the resort hotel. Is there a shot all? On the team bus, your voice their. Excuse me! I find I just got outta Groin gene yesterday. Oh. Everything's Fine I just Mama Yard. There's nothing worse I get. Obviously just like everybody else like I. Get sick, but I'll get sick once or something a year or twice maximum, or whatever it is, and then you remember the shows I would do would be fantastic as I'd be so miserable I'd be such a d. on the air when I was sick or whatever, but. I'm really not a fan CARVER, high like getting on airplanes, and like it just even in normal times right like I can't even imagine you going anywhere near an airplane right now. No shot no way. Do you remember the day like I told you this story of the lady that sneezed the entire flight at in first. Class Sneeze from LAS. Vegas, all your and I was like. What is wrong with you? I was like seriously like who, in their right mind sneezes like seven thousand times in four and a half hours. How much blow can you do before you just like Y'all I'm not going to get on this plane today because I'm sneezing my ass off and and coughing and sneezing on everyone, and then no mask. No nothing I sat there. Do you remember the story I sat there? So I had this one metric. My bag from thirty gave it to me. She's like if you're ever in an emergency, but this mask on. So reaching a bag, I grabbed his thing, and it's missing the rope right, so it didn't have a rub. It had one ropes. At the thing just hanging off of my face so I had to hold it so I held it for. Hours inside of my head and I just I told over my. Like like a pencil over. My head would have to at this link. Don't Have, you written a book. You can become a published author with Dorrance publishing the nation's oldest publishing services company. Countless authors have trusted dorrance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team. Will editor text design your book pages and create an appealing eye-catching custom cover, plus our authors benefit from a custom book promotion marketing campaign at make. 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You're running the desk I. Mean you're busy dude up thirty like it. I love it man. It's a great crew working with some really amazing people including mcbride I'm working a lot in nighttime chefs. I'm coordinating the Web coordinating primarily football coverage digital football coverage, but I'm getting some writing in doing a bunch of stuff man. It's a lot of fun blast. I'm glad I'm glad it's working out so. What I saw today. When everything went down I thought to myself I wonder what they're saying. In Boston and I know. You know you guys have so many great riders like you talk about Shaughnessy and McBride and everybody volen yourself everyone writing these stories today. What was your synopsis of the Day In in Globe sportswriters? Covering this angle of this guy sign with the pats. Every fired up about it I. Think not only you know in the globe sports department, but I think fans you know Patriots. Fans everywhere fired up about this thing, look. This has been an off-season in a lot of ways. It's been dominated by you. Know the departure of Tom Brady loss of Rob Gronkowski, and you know to be able to have this team land a former MVP. You Know He. He may or may not get that same level going into twenty twenty. I think people here pretty excited about possibility of what could happen. You know when you're talking about the Post Tom Brady era. The one question I do have that I'm still thinking about now. Let me get your take on. This is whether or not you're seeing in Newton deliver basically a one year audition for the Patriots. And then he goes back into the market. As you know is, a is a free agent and kind of you know a auditioning for the rest of the League, or are we looking at the guy? You know the Post Tom Brady I'M GONNA. Be Fascinating to see how all that plays out. Yeah I think. For sure crested. This guy has an opportunity. You know if healthy to seize the moment and the day in. You? Know certainly one of the best organizations in the entire league whether people like it or not. People everywhere get all worked up about the Patriots whether it's blaming him for you. Know Belichick for cheating everything else. People go crazy about the patriots, but what they've done is for the last couple of decades. They've had to deal with dominance their dynasty. They're winning their title Game Super Bowls, they've been unavoidable. And just when you think that it's time to get some relief from that on a national scale, certainly not in Boston, but nationally there's gotta be some relief that. They're like finally. Tom Brady's not with the Patriots anymore. He moved on to Tampa. You don't have to worry about the patriots anymore and then boom the story hits, and it's like. How do you like me now? Because I think the guy. If healthy is a very dangerous commodity I think guy. I've said this over and over his shoulder. And and the broken foot. It is what it is, you play in the NFL. Guys do this all the time, but they act like Frankly they've acted like cam. Newton died or something. That guy was injured, but they treat him like he's dead then he couldn't get a job. It's an insult that guy doesn't have a job. There are so many hacks in the NFL. You couldn't disagree with that Chris. No you're the thing is though Scotty is I think he was the guy who was the most impacted or has been the most impacted by covid nineteen. He's been in a bit of a limbo is a free guys weren't sure what his situation was coming out of the panthers where he wanted to go. Kovic hits everything kind of shuts down into. He's left in a bit of a holding pattern. While the convergence of events is timed very nicely here for the Patriots. The one question I do have an you bring. Bring this up I wonder how healthy is because I know there's all sorts of new protocols place I. Don't know how much of a real physical they've given him. When you're talking about the shoulder in the foot, I will say this. The guy's been really durable. You know over the start of his career last couple of years not so much I wanna know where he is physically, but like you said if he's good physically if he can play if he's anywhere near where he was a couple of years ago. Got Themselves real find here. I think the guy actually. I said this today on A. Show in the afternoon on the TV side. I said that I. Think guys like a snake in the weeds. I think he's literally just like you better. Not Step here is I'm GONNA GONNA strike and this guy in my opinion, people have been saying. He Sucks Iki. He's he's all beat up. He's finished. Guys armed shoddy. Couldn't do you see him throw the ball came and throw the ball twenty yards. He can't throw across his body. He can't run. He broke his foot. That guy's finished, and then he's off like over here like working on a new. Hairdo a new fashion. He's I'm sure he's got it all laid out. He's probably got like nine outfits on his bed right now, and he's got like twenty different hats. He's going to Iraq, and and then he's GonNa come out. He's going to be just throwing these seamless like fire spitball passes. In camp and then I think that when they see him. Take off running and they say oh, my God he's he's really not that all his bone healed and his foot and oh. My God. Can you even believe it look how fast I forgot how big he is! When he walks out onto the field, and he has a superman cable on people forget it. What kind of a bad ass this guy was. They act like they act like he's Dad. It really is true. Yeah Yeah you know I wanna see, and you bring up the running aspect of it, look I think this team is really going to pound the ball in two thousand and when you look at Newton in you look at the body of his work as a running quarterbacks I down the Patriots a real mobile quarterback rerunning quarterback Steve Grogan back in the late seventies early eighties. You get him. You get healthy Sony Michelle you get James White. You get REX burkhead. You get Damian Harris the kid that got out of Alabama a couple of years ago. Who didn't play it? It almost all last year. You have a really deep backfield. You have that group able to run the ball over the move the ball on the ground. Consistently. That's where I think the strength of this patriots team is going to be in two thousand and twenty. They're going to be able to run the football. They're going to be able to play tough. Physical football control the clock, but that good defense. It's going to be really interesting to see where this team is on offense particularly when you talk about your one of the Post Tom Brady era. Can you imagine? If. He ends up playing well and like what's going to happen to his career. It's GONNA go from. It's GonNa go from the mountain top where he went to the Super Bowl, and then lost his mind, because he was immature and young and stupid, right, fair enough, and he had a meltdown after the game, and then people started talking bad about him, and he's horrible person and they attacked him, and everyone did every everyone did. I probably did everyone like you know when he acted like a tool after losing, everyone has something to say about it and it. It really did damage to him, and then I think he probably got real standoffish with everyone. The media with fans everything he just was like. You know what all you people were on your knees for me. When I got us here, we were fifteen wins. And then I have a bad day, and I freak out. Lose my mind a little bit, and now y'all hate me. You hate my guts. And then he became impossible and unapproachable right, and now he's got a chance to come back and haunt. Everyone like if I were him. I'd be licking my chops. One of the great things you can draw a line between the two. Even though one was drafted first overall in one was drafted, one hundred, ninety nine. It's clear that both Brady in Newton have a chip on their shoulder, and it's one of the things that separates them from the rest of the field. Obviously here doing you heard. We've heard about it for for almost last twenty years about how Brady was motivated about being the one hundred ninety nine, th pick, overall six quarterbacks taken in front. Front of them all those people overlooked him on the way to fix Super Bowl rings, and you know multiple MVP's Newton's got the same kind of I man it. It's clear you know you watch his video tonight that he put out on social media. It's clear that this is the guy who still has a chip on his shoulder. It's clear that this is a guy who feels disrespected the stuff you brought up before. This is the guy who you know. A lot of people overlooked in some. Some of it was you know timing like I said, but but also you and you have to believe that there's some people out there. Who believed that he is not half the quarterback that he used to be again. If this is a guy who can play like he did in two thousand fifteen if he can play like he did when worked with a NORV TURNER A couple years ago. That's the kind of guy that the Patriots would love to get again. This is this is this team? Team is going to run the football. This team is going to be a really good team. When it comes to move in the ball on the ground in Newton is going to be huge part of it that dismiss the guys you know. The Julian the Mikhael Areas The moms news what they're capable of bringing to the table in twenty twenty, but this team looks really good when it comes to move from the ball of the ground this year. 'cause fries for the Boston Globe with us so. The Guy. Obviously, I think you bring up a great point. When he was playing under, nor wasn't he like six two under north, and then got hurt. Everybody's like. He sucks. He sucks. He's a Wussy he can't. He can't take it anymore. Meanwhile it. You know it's funny how they frankly how the media fans? The world interprets injuries like you know some guys, it's like. Oh, how unfortunate! He's injured and he's going to be out a few games, and hopefully they'll get him back late as quickly as possible, and then with other guys, they get injured. People are like man. Does he sucked? How case Therese over? He's finished. What a hack! I can remember when that guy was good. What bomb? He's not worth anything anymore. It's unbelievable because this is the NFL pain day guys get injured every single day in the NFL and I am not writing off. This guy when we come back, we're going to talk to Chris about the rest of football team their reaction to it and how they're gonNA handle it now they've got. This quarterback how stems going to handle it player? 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From like in your view of like because like the team had this. People already writing them off without Brady. They were already like the bills are GonNa Win East? Everybody's talking about everybody. But the patriots anymore and then suddenly everybody thought I'll look They're being fined for the bengals taping today, and then all of a sudden. This thing hit like a soon Nami on a beach the CAM. Newton signing and you knew somebody was gonNA. GonNa. It was inevitable. Right that this guy was going to get a job. Somewhere I actually thought Chrissy get one. When someone got injured down the road a little bit and he you know they'd be forced to give him a deal. And he ended up getting a good deal out of it, but this is a situation where he has to look at it like. Like can't blow this opportunity I want to win them over and I WANNA. Get a deal from these people I. WanNa play for ballot check. He's a living legend I. WanNa play for craft. He's the best owner in the NFL whether people believe it or not. It doesn't matter what he did in Florida people still think in circles that he's know players the best owner. Owner in the League and Jerry Jones, they buy in Jones to because of the yachts and the money and kraft's got that reputation. What do you think the players reaction was and everyone's reaction and his that he's got this opportunity I'm sure he doesn't WanNa. Blow it. He wouldn't have signed on the dotted line if he thought he was going to screw it up. They loved it. They loved it. You know between. You know given and Jason mccourty of podcast up here and they were talking last night they they went on literally hours after it happened, and they were ecstatic about it. You saw a bunch of guys on social media you know. Nothing but good things that we've heard at least up here so far it's it's really interesting. Though at the same time you bring up the fact that a lot of people kind of written him off their multiple people up here who I guess had been in contact with Julian Automated Eshelman is you know think fine. Sure Bet against this man did this whole.

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Media Association's National Sportscaster of the year award and he was instrumental in establishing ESPN's lasting popularity during the networks formative years, and in two thousand seventeen. ESPN announced that Chris would be stepping down from several. NFL. Related roles at the network but would remain at the company. You know you hear all of that Chris Life and your career what amazes you the most about what you've done an accomplished. Well first of all I just thought you were reading that about somebody else. I. And you and I have known each other just about. If not set seventy, nine, early, nineteen, eighty or eighty one. I didn't realize either of us were that old. What amazes me the most that's actually a good. I'm not amazed at ESPN. made it. I mean that's a longer discussion if you will. It sounds like easy to say now. You and I know what? The landscape and our business was seventy, nine, eighty, eighty, two, eighty, three. But I I I'm I'm amazed at. Cable and ESPN made it that big tax quickly I'm not I'm not implying that I'm big or. But by nineteen ninety again, that's ancient history to a lot of people. Don't want sought the cable would be on a rocket ship you know and and ESPN being one of the. Tier I say pilots. We weren't alone. but we started in seventy nine C. N. N. eighty you know you could go down the list but. But I think that we got that established from idea that people scoffed at and dismissed I mean until they. Should you know it's actually fun to watch It got that big. That fast cable grew that big that fast I Other than that. I don't WANNA sound like a company trumpet and then I'll be quiet here for your next one but. You know what it's like to be around. Young, by Birch, your ticket, you can be young at heart but young energetic. Off feel were working for the same thing. We all liked sports. It's like we all enjoy this. So there's Commonality in conversations in the hallway among the. Eighty people at the beginning or even four five years in three hundred people you know even if someone's in programming and someone else's a camera person and I'm Chris Berman on the air. We all Kinda. You can talk sports. It's almost that it's like listening to the same song and so when you put together creativity energy. A sensor purpose and fun. You know living it. I'm not surprised that we went forward like that. But there are a lot of other factors around us aided us in the speed in which it did. But it I look back at that I cannot see somebody Ron. But yourself included you know from Faraway Bayer but you know we knew each other. I can't see anyone that I work with an eighties and nineties and not smile even if they don't work with us and and I see them somewhere you know and that's a good feeling. Isn't it? It sure is let's go back a little bit You grew up in Irvington New York. You graduate from Brown University with a degree in history and you were also the sports director of the school's radio station WBZ are you worried at the bug bites you for both broadcasting and sports? Before that You know we all play sports in high school and then that's the end of the road. You know we're we're not good enough to go on. We're good enough to think we are for about a week and then. I, know. So I knew I, thought I knew. Twelve fourteen fifteen like this would be fun. Okay. And then we even had a little radio station and school in Tarrytown New York which if you're screwed it in a light bulb, you could hear it. You know. But you know the way that good but I play goalie on the varsity soccer team but I didn't play football which might surprise people but. So announced the football games home, we had a little lying there and You know. Road, you put it into your cassette recorder. You've played it maybe thirty people of. So what now you go to Brown which now at the time? not every university in fall of nineteen seventy-three. had a very powerful radio station and I mean everybody had a radio station but there were varying degrees right so that'd be are you in providence was fifty thousand watts real and. I got involved with that right away not to take a course I majored in history American history. and I knew that for this is really fun. And so that progress and then you end up calling the last couple of years, the football and the basketball even some baseball games for fun football was listened to and they had a road game and for sure and And I had the bug and I knew I wanted to do it and and. As you know in Nineteen, seventy, seven May when I graduated that the avenues. I WANNA BE ON TV yes. Sort of everybody. But other than you're not going to land the team's job and they're not like it is now a lot of teams might be on TV baseball. Let's say twice a week right Ron. So And there weren't everybody's local cable. So the every little area had their own regional sports you were trying to get on if your if your goal is to be TV. It was really the six in the eleven somewhere. We can run that. You know at a certain size market we don't start there. You start small radio. So I worked in radio in Rhode, island, and Connecticut. Year, at each stop, which is great. And then I luckily at twenty four got on. TV. In Hartford on the weekends the NBC affiliate. Only Saturday and Sunday. So in other words I had to keep my radio job they needed it was a part time Gig. And they twenty three dollars a show on. Saturday. Night Twenty, three dollars on Sunday night the after minimum and I were I, earned it so. ESPN. was in Connecticut was about to start I. Heard About I over for an interview. And okay well, why don't you just rather than a tape I'm only been on a couple of months just tune in on the weekends what you think and. I got back to me and said, would you like to be a junior member? You know we have. Essentially to do the show at three in the morning. Eastern, at which is twelve west. And about ten twelve minutes it's all sports and say, goodnight. Hell aware do I sign up. and. I was at the right place at the right time I was twenty four long hair moustache. As you did in the late Seventies. And they were too foolish to get rid of me now I'm sixty three. So, but the bug was young. And who knew what opportunities would happen Ron. So Other than a little bit of the football show which was rudimentary at the time I pretty much was the late guy. I had fans on the West Coast. If I went out there that figured nobody's watching. Well those are the ones who were watching these. I. Was a mystery. What do you do for a living? How come I never seen you know? Well unless you're feeding the baby, you're not up at two thirty, right? so. but it's worked out. Okay. We have about a minute before we have to break here. As you indicated, you got on television on weekends at Hartford's W. V. I T. television as a weekend anchor and in the minute that we have here you go back and if you look or you think about those early television broadcasts of you, what is it that makes you smile and frown about those Well, the frown is obvious to me, you don't really know how you looking at the camera my looking down on my look on my God I can't read the teleprompter that was an interesting one. But if I look back early, I, see that I loved it. If I watch those here's a young kid that loved it and I, wasn't trying to over. Over show at not at not expression, but wasn't trying to act it. I anyone watching what? At least see I'm having a good time. I'm trying to get it right. And I've got an enthusiastic about it over the top some maybe but it wasn't an act especially when you're on every day, they can see through that. And I'm kind of proud of that anybody we're gonNA break your anyone that says, if you really boil it down, you changed a whole lot from your really few years to your. That would be false and and I wouldn't be happy with that I. Hope That's not the case Chris Berman has joined us on sports byline, of course, everybody nosy Mas-. boomer and when we come back on the other side, we'll talk about those early years of ESPN, their grounding philosophy, and we do that as we continue across the country and around the world good to have you with us on America's sports talk show sports byline. I'm going to tell you how you can get real healthcare for as little as six dollars a day. Yes. 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So you need protection and you have to reapply sunscreen every two hours remember SPF. Plus broad spectrum Ethan helping fun in the Sun visit www dot. FDA DOT GOV slash sunscreen for more information a message from the US Food and Drug Administration. This is America Sports Talk Show Sports. byline USA. Here's Ron. Chris Berman has joined us here on Sports Byline USA. Of course he started early in the early days of Espn Chris when you think back, what would they tell you at the very beginning of ESPN was the philosophy what were they trying to do with ESPN? On my specific job round being thank rubbish new show called sports center, which is nowhere near what we see now. This was going to be a bridge between. in most every case taped sporting events. But. You. Were GonNA do the equivalent at least for my job. Of the nightly news. Which? Walter Cronkite I mean I'm not trying to compare me or any of us to him, but in other words. CRONKITE had a half hour and he did. All the news in the world right whereas we remember. You guys went through during the year or to all the shows thirty minutes. Or gals, but but you guys are doing just sports news for thirty minutes. and. Delivered The way you deem fit, but but be clear be accurate. And and and People are tuning in because you're tomorrow's newspaper. And? You're just doing sports. So. Why I it was like a kid in a candy store Ron because like I said, you being just sports in thirty minutes while to cry got only gets thirty minutes to do the entire world. So. That was what? We were don't worry about what time you're on because if you're on a at midnight that's nine out west and people in Hawaii or or what have you right so The philosophy was sports fans are tuning in. To Watch it. They don't have anything like this to national sports report. You can be tomorrow morning sports page we got pictures. In in. The early days not that many pictures, right? Right. And you're part of it. You were I mean you you were you were one of our quote stringers on. The story line, my line, which is another story but I'm. Just. We're giving a national report how cool is that? One of of the things Chris that I remember is in those early days has there was a lot of Rodeo and lumberjack games on the air well. If you look back in retrospect. Yes there were. But. Okay. Twenty four hours. You don't have money. You're not going to get the rights to any thing. Substantial, not twenty four hours time seven days a week right so. But here's what I will say and then I'll I'll branch off to it. All the stuff we on wasn't slapstick comedy you and I. May Not care about Rodeo or Midget car racing or whatever they called them and I don't mean. Tattoo. I mean the small whatever. But those were legitimate competitions. For those who cared about that sport it was a winner and something happened. Let's see. Now The days are biggest well, college basketball became something for us. Remember even in the eighties. Games weren't on. The early rounds, even the tournament word I. Let alone a Tuesday night game in the Metro Conference, which was one of our early conferences. With Louisville right let's say they're in the metro by the way they had Darrell Griffith. By the way they win the national title. If you gotTa Espn You saw them about seven times on Tuesday nights against. You Know Memphis state or Saint Louis or wherever it was in the League at Drake. Whoever's in the League at the time? So we had college who? We had sportscenter Canadian football league. Where in Warren Moon was playing that forever. We had the sport that became most popular from the early days we laugh but not at this. Australian rules football. Remember Yup thirty, six guys on the field at the same time. You have to be kidding me with the rap with the hat and People like it so were, they flocking to know? But again, how many channels were on at that time? You bought. Cable. You got a maximum of thirty ships well. We're the only ones showing any sort of competition or something. And we tape college football. Yes. Two Games are played two days earlier and they are. But you didn't see them. Did you. You didn't see North Carolina against. CLEMSON living in the bay area where you are So on Tuesday night, you're home you know who won. But put it on for an hour. Joy Yourself. And that's kind of the way we did it But if you know now that I ever announced darts the answer. Let me go back a little bit here because as you pointed out already nineteen seventy-nine ESPN launches. But when you look back over the expanse of time from one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, nine to where we are today what was the moment when sports and entertainment came together because it used to be just you know this is the score this is the highlights and then it crossed over and it became a sports entertainment business. Well that's a good question I don't know if there's a moment I think. Because cable partly because. Air Travel Eighties. The country was obviously not literally was becoming. Smaller right you. You had. Slowly. But surely some access to games in different parts of the country or. And so. I don't know that it was entertainment. But other than a score and the agate. Let's go to Major League Baseball I mean other than scoring the agate of a west coast or if you're living in. I don't care if it's New York New Orleans or or MINNESOTA. The West. Coast Games, giants, dodgers, you get them a day later in an aggregate. They won Tuesday night. Well, it's Thursday morning. Right? There's paper. Well, you might. Get it from us. So that's not quite the question you asked, but I would say. It, it started to be more form of entertainment and daily discussion. more than just your home team. I'm talking at the workplace at schools what have you And so we were a part of that. For us it's it's a question. You probably GONNA. Come to an ask but. I'm going to this as an answer. For. You know the NFL was if it wasn't king right away when we went on it, it certainly became and you know in baseball was huge to instill is. But For our network in nineteen eighty seven, we got rights to the NFL meeting. It was Sunday night game only last eight weeks of the season. And we got to start this show called NFL time now but. What I'm trying to tell you. When pro football came to us? They were looking. Wow this is going to go into simplicity isn't and it's GonNa be on and and we're not even everybody. Can have another national game seven then by then. We were it was entertainment. I'm dancing around because not 'cause I I want to I. I don't know the answer, but we put football on a nineteen eighty seven it was certainly. It was entertainment for us and we hit the big time. I think the coverage of sports which you've been part. and the shrinking of the country and quotes. All aided to it being more entertaining as that Kate went on I don't know if you agree or not. We have ninety seconds before we have to break but you know when you take back and go back to nineteen ninety-three, you were described as the leader of the ESPN team and one of the most recognizable sportscasters in the business. A very heavy mantle to be able to carry, but you always carried gracefully how hard was it for you? Well I. It's hard. If you try to be someone, you're not that doesn't mean that everybody thought I was great or good or enjoyed it or God, guys too loud or I wish she'd although everybody loved the nicknames that kind of stuff but everybody's not one hundred percent. It wasn't hard because. I felt I was talking to me people like me. and. People who watched us and work with us. We're like me now for whatever reason I might have moved toward the front of the I'll. front of you know the front of the stage and that didn't make me better than anyone else. But I, surely had a a a platform and you know what's the football guy and got to do baseball and I was on sportscenter every hundred so. If I was the quarterback I accept it but accepted it on behalf of. People that felt about sports. The same way as me they just may have not been on the your sounds like a corny answer but you're GonNa have to believe that that that's what I felt that I felt I was speaking for everybody in the building. So I if I, took a couple of extra shots that's fine. But in most cases Hey I know your station I know that guy I was proud to wear. I didn't look for that job Chris Berman with us and room. We come back on the other side. We'll talk about his style, his catch phrases and nicknames for players, and I can just tell you the Keith. Olbermann. 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But when you look at your style, how do you think it was developed? Well high it. First of all, honestly, I'm an excitable boy quote warns Yvonne and. But it was. It was developed. Because we had airtime unlike anyone else. So as we talked about earlier in the program on we. So I'm on at two thirty in the morning right for the first three or four years doing a half hour sports at doesn't mean you have slapstick comedy or slapping egg on your face. but. You're a little bit kitty anyway at that time right so We were just youngsters having a good time. My style was always upbeat and energetic. I think knowledgeable I tried to do my homework and still do it that way. I. WanNa make sure you pronounce the names right you ask questions and. Understand that not everybody roots for the same teams that you do, but they root for eighteen and so be respectful of them. They're watching the one other teams. and and so. A lot of it was though that I had all this time. And if you're trying to make a name for yourself in this business. They and you're on every night. which is pretty much was. They're gonNA see through you. If you're not you now they may not like the One. Hundred percent are gonNA like exactly you. They would do a different look bobbly to different people. Have respect for him and I worked with him for thirty nine years. He and I. In the hallway would be different, right? So he's him. And I'm me then make one better than the other makes one different. You do it in the best way you. Be Yourself. And part of myself was being at that time at night. A couple of nickname slipped out. Now, we used the nickname baseball players for fun. Where College. Sports fans read the box score. Have Beverage I'm sure it was Perry a I'm sure it wasn't anything else And a couple of them in this specific ace to my style. Couple of nineteen eighty just came out by accident at two thirty in the morning either FRANKEN dockery. Or John mayberry RFID. Okay I know it's one of those two because they go back to Brown, right? And I almost I, almost thought in my head just said a four letter. We're like, what are you doing? Right but it's quarter to three. You did it. And I got in my ear, the little earpiece at a producer would. I mean it was pretty much like that, and then we continued the segment and finished and went to commercial and the camera person was laughing. And I would okay maybe it's not so bad and why don't we try a couple of the next night? And it was organic. You know various other things of what's known as my style. It's all comes from enthusiast could go all the way or. Back back back was really Red Barber Ron that was his call of Of alshon fritos catch of Joe Dimaggio in nineteen, forty, seven, th. That was not his catch. I wasn't trying to do a catchphrase He went back over. John Free Parking makes a one handed catch against the bullpen. You've heard it a million times. I heard that on the radio one I driving home and you know as a capable sports. I'M GONNA. Try Back back back tomorrow night it's no good I won't do it So a lot of this was we had we had the canvas to paint. Some of our paintings were finger paintings they weren't Rembrandt. But as time goes we all become better. We all have to be self judge of ourselves. That kind of stuff's good or Chris you know that Kinda stuff's not that. Good. Said kept throwing it out there and people kept liking it. In the end that's we're in the entertainment business are we? No doubt about that, and the one thing I will tell you is only one person can be an original and you were an original and we all know after that people started doing the same thing. The one that I like was rumbling mumbling stumbling. Well. It's descriptive right now that's on the football highlights like you know somebody gets hit at the line of scrimmage or let's say there's a fumble right? And I would imitate peach action live I'm right and and a big defensive lineman picks it up and heads toward the end zone. Well, what else would you describe? If. You're not looking at me rumbling, bumble and stumbling because that's about what they did on my eighteen yards to score my first touchdown since I was in pop warner you know and that's about what it was. A lot of those things in the quote sound effects are just just just kind of having fun with it. So long as you do it when they do it and as long as you don't do it. For the main purpose to be noticed now. Yes. I've noticed for it. But I'm doing it because everybody's having a good time doing it not because I look at me I'm Chris Berman I sit rumbling bumbling stumbling or. You know he could go all the way where what's Funny popular the last fifteen years. With young people now. They've always can say, say what you know. You mean. Yeah, they love that. Well that's the three stooges. So. Yeah. I. Some of the stuff I invented my own but some just. Let it roll. and. A lot of it will be enjoyable and use those. You adopted the persona of your Alter Ego, the Swami and to make predictions on Sunday night NFL countdown I always thought that that was creative and I knew it was natural and everything that you ever did was natural. It wasn't false in any particular way but tell me a little bit about the development of the Swami. Well I would begin is easy. It was another product of US having. A lot of airtime and two little tools to work with right so It goes back to the early days. on the fall in nineteen, seventy, nine, the late show. And it was. Why don't we do like a prediction of three or five games with Matt mixed with a little bit of. Of a couple of items, pro football, and then, and therefore for week four in the NFL I pick you know Detroit. Twenty. Green Bay ten and so forth. and. We did it on Friday nights. which was the right way to do it and. It became a little group effort. It wasn't. Something that said, Hey, you WANNA do pro football for five minutes this part of the show that we did it night. And back, then talk to the graphics folks. I should look if I'm picking Tampa Bay and you WanNa put the score and our insure the team name in orange. Go ahead. You know you WANNA put the Viking Minnesota in purple. Go ahead you have fun with this segment even though it's not quote format. Audio Guy, I would tell you know Celinda was when it was. You. Know, Chiron, as we call the graphics. Audio, Dick. You know you WANNA when I make this you WANNA put it in reverse for five seconds even though you're not supposed to do that. Like let's just see how that goes. If we're making some big upset pick this week of whoever was it doesn't matter. Yeah. Okay. even a couple of camera move. Why don't we do this until I get to the picture and then you hold it still would if you want to not make shaky but. In other words, everybody felt part of it behind the scenes. We were having fun. And I think the second or third year I did it. Well, that was the forty nine or here in eighty one with Montana and Clark and Cetera. And I had an unbelievable year. Because I picked the forty matters every week nobody believed in him I did for some reason. And I- percentage was unbelievable and then I had a following it didn't mean I was better or smarter whatever than Jimmy the Greek Hell No. But I had a good year early. and. Then I had a different following. Not, of course, not sixty, eight percent every year. I know. So But that's how it began and it became my kind of. Newspaper column. Ending in predictions. Every week for thirty eight years on the NFL. So other organic start what I'm trying say I've got a lot of questions and I want to get to as many as I can possibly get to but one of the things that you did so well, and this is me as a professional having witnessed it and having an understanding of it is no matter what sporting event you were doing or if you were in the studio, you major broadcast partners in the broadcast effort comfortable and you also you know didn't try to over well M- them at any particular way and as big a personality is you were I always admired and. That how did you pull that off? For that and I coming from someone's been in the business that long I really appreciate. You. especially if you have. analysts. Look. They know tons more than you on the playing the game. But if the analyst has a bad show. It's not a good show. It's not about look at how good I am and then okay they're on for thirty five seconds or whatever. Now. because. And I think you know because you're in the business to do it. A conversation between two or more people on the air. Is. Then a conversation that. kind of includes the person watching at home. If it's a comfortable conversation that they're watching. person can't speak watching you on the TV and they're living room where we're having. But they feel a part of it. And and I thought that and the sports shows that we did if two of us. A back and forth, it's a team effort just like sports so It's not about Oh I was better than him or her that. No. No group we. Conversation and a group effort. Is Going to be so enjoyable. Why would you work against it? Let me ask you what the three minutes that we have left here over your years of covering sports, talking to athletes, talking to owners. What sense of appreciation do you have for what they do because you know nobody can relate to hitting a ninety five, mile an hour fastball or hitting a clutch three-pointer, and you've had an opportunity to interact with people that do that. What's sense of appreciation? Do you have on that Chris? I think a lot of cases Ron there sports fans not one hundred percent. You know some. Follow their sport, but they're not you know that's hockey fans for example, but. I think in the end. Really good athlete just like a really good doctor lawyer or teacher or what have you. enjoys a little form of entertainment and and the athlete who's playing also enjoys their sport and other sports as a form of relaxation. And they can see. Who's got an angle if you're on every night like we were. And who? WHO has an ax to grind and who doesn't over time right? So I think through the screen, we not only me but a lot of the folks that are network earned the trust of those playing the Games. I, really feel out in my heart. That that, we understood not out of you know, run off tackle. But respected what they did. And They foul up like we do on the air as you pointed out in the fairway. That's fine. I think they understood. That we respected how good they were, what they were trying to do wasn't genuflecting, but it was just be fair. And I think that. Shines through the set again, we had the pulpit every night that was unusual. About forty seconds left and I, know this is a difficult question. But as you think back over your career, all that you've seen is there any one particular moment that's engraved Chris Berman's mind? Well. I mean there are many obviously I'll go to one. that was I was fortunate enough to be the voice along with Buck Martinez and and in the stadium when CAL ripken. Broke Lou GEHRIG's. Unreachable Star you know two, thousand, one, hundred, thirty games played consecutively. And that was September Sixth Nineteen Ninety five is a lot more to it than that. We have a short time, but if you want to say one thing. That was more than sports. It was more than baseball. It was like America. Somebody, packing his or her lunch every day and going to work yes it's baseball. It's not the coal mine. But reporting into work everyday doing the best he or she can and then and then never calling in sick and just doing it even when you didn't feel great and. That night I still get goosebumps thinking about it I wanNA. Thank you Chris for your friendship but it's been a long friendship and one I respect and I admire and I appreciate the time take care my friend and let's get together if you come through San Francisco. I look forward to a thanks Ron always a pleasure being with you Chris Berman again, Chris one of the founding fathers of ESPN he has been an anchor for Sports Senator Center on. ESPN. Since nineteen, seventy nine and of course, he has been honored a number of times as an outstanding sportscaster I'm Ron, Bar, we continue on America's sports talk show. We are the debt destroyer network, any debt you have credit card, Ted's student loan debt call. Now for free information that helps you destroy your debt. 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I just felt that that period of the NFL was very unique, very special and really never to be duplicated again and I don't think we're GonNa see and hear quite like it. I started covering football back in the mid eighties back in nineteen eighty-five started covering the giants. So I was very familiar with those rivalries and that style of play and. I just got to thinking that you and you look back and you Kinda try to leapfrog into the future and see how the NFL came to be as it is. Now that was a really important decade and those three coaches left a mark on the NFL that really does continue today. To the to the point that. All thirty two of today's coaches. Are from either the Bill Walsh or Bill parsoes coaching trees every single one of them and I think you're GonNa see this as we move forward for the next several years and I, I just found that dynamic amazing and I thought all their stories were interesting and the way that they overcame initial adversity in their head coaching jobs. was. Really. Really tie them together and they ended up having tremendous rivalries against one another and basically whoever won that playoff game that given year between those coaches would end up, win the Super Bowl and they kit kept taking turns doing it. A lot of people will ask why wasn't Bill Belichick included in this and I think I know the answer because the timeframe you're looking at, right? Yes. Yes. This is not like I'm not saying these are the three greatest coaches ever I'm saying in this period, their legacies were kind of formed and they had these hall of fame careers is probably the last decade. We may see three hall of fame coaches come out of and. Who's the whole coach? Now it's Belichick and you know who else is it I I don't know Jimmy Johnson keeps getting close but he doesn't go get in because of his longevity issue and what happened with the dolphins but but these three coaches really set the scene and set the tone for for what you see today and I suspect that they'll wash look down on. A game like the chiefs and Rams and say, well done. find the open spaces in those defenses. Between all three Bob. You I think there were there were common threads among all three in in this respect they were all. Deeply insecure about whether they kind of knew what they not not that they knew what they were doing but whether what they were doing would work and Bill Walsh's specially I I found it fascinating that he was. So he was a genius and you know he really was a genius and he was ahead of his time and sometimes he doubted himself to the point where he didn't know if he could really hack it. In the NFL and he the first two years were wracked with insecurity in wracked with doubt about whether he could do it. There was a game he lost to Don Shula and the dolphins bit season in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty in nineteen, eighty season and he broke down on the plank broke down started crying. To the point where his assistant coaches and John mcvay general manager had to kind of shield him. So the players wouldn't think anything was really wrong and from that moment he said I you know I can't do it but then you know something something happened inside and he says, okay, I got to fight through it and he did and he won a super bowl the next year the first of three but. He really doubted himself and even after the first super bowl win. In eighty one, they don't get to the playoffs after the eighty to strike season Bill Walsh's ready to quit is ready to step down. He called Mike White and said, I want you to be my head coach and I'll be the general manager like quite said, you're crazy I'm not doing that you can't do it. You have to be coach. Yeah, I was at his press conference right after the season end and as you said, it was a strike shortened season and I'll never forget he'd say, Hey, I'd like to talk to you and we were walking across the practice field and he stopped and he turned to me and he said they can't even kick a damn field goal. And that was the difference between them, making the playoffs and not making it, and that's one the you know the spark about him thinking about retiring because he was very concerned about how he was going to be looked upon after all the challenges he had even getting an opportunity at forty nine years old to be a head coach in the NFL. Fascinating and you know we need to have those doubts during his career with the forty, nine, hundred eight had them. before beforehand because he was an older coach back, then I mean it's not like coaches were being hired regularly in their thirties but late forties was very unusual and when. Paul Brown passed over. Bill. Tiger Johnson, and seventy six. That really was a a very important moment bill Walsh's life, and it's probably the lowest moment that Tad. And Mike White was telling me that the Walsh came out to his house alone after that had happened and he just had to gather himself. So Mike in Maryland white kind of bringing despondent and disconsolate Bill Walsh into their home, and it will let them stay there for a few days. Let him on wind and he ends up getting the job. It's offensive coordinator in San Diego and and that was you know an important springboard but there was he was wracked by doubt and you know whether people were gonNA give him a chance but there was something that also happened then when Paul Brown passed them over and basically blackballed him from getting another job in the NFL. the wall set to himself. If I ever get a head coaching job, I will never ever. Treat an assistant coach like I was treated there, and from that grew the largest coaching tree and not only in the NFL. But in the history of professional sports, you know why again Paul? Brown. Did it I know the answer and if you don't know what I can tell you why he he was blackballed also passed over. Well, from what I gather Paul was concerned about a couple of things one was bills temperament and he felt he was too up and down Dick for meal who is Bill Walsh's close friend the former eagles coach that that was really why Paul Brown didn't Trust Bill Walsh to be knew he was a brilliant. TACTICIAN and strategist, but he just didn't trust the up and down this of of Bill, Walsh as as a leader and that was a bit of a problem. Tiger Johnson was just more of a meat and potatoes kind of what you'd expect from from an NFL coach at that time there's something else yeah. There is something else and it was the fact that Paul Brown was afraid that Bill Walsh would. Go beyond what he had done in football and to do that right after Brown left coaching. And everything he was he was not going to give him the opportunity to do that. That's what bill told me. That's what several other people who are close to bill had told me was the reason he also has you know disappointed after Tommy. Pro Throw left that he didn't get the opportunity at San Diego and when he didn't get the opportunity to be the head coach there he then took the Stanford job. that that that doesn't seem to make sense although I think there was some of that stuff going on. you know in terms of credit, Paul Brown was very reluctant to give bill reinsch credit during his run in in Cincinnati and that did frustrate Walsh and Wall Street's willing to sublimate his ego at that point because the look for brands they had guy and he knew he was doing the work of of Paul Brown and Brown was getting credit for it Didn't know that there. You know that was was the main reason but but that's that's interesting. It was and I got to tell you the other thing he said to me after he announced his retirement after ten years. Later on he said, that's the biggest mistake I made in my life because you know the forty niners then went on to win two more under George. Siefert two more super bowl championships I was that was an interesting time for bill. It really. Wasn't he he did. He told several people that including yourself that that was a I. think he operated out of emotion. Yeah and you know ver- meal related to that because he did the same thing after retiring from the rams after winning the Super Bowl he felt okay it was time to go he was exhausted and that was it. Mike Martz was as offensive coordinator. Let them take that job and and Dick for meal new shortly after that I I messed up and then and he Goes to the Kansas City chiefs and coaches a few more years and bill. I found it interesting that he never did go back to the NFL. Maybe it was because he was older but they're certainly be a place for today's game and his son Craig said that you know he was disappointed but the forty niners didn't really treat him better toward the end eighty barlow is very, very hard to wash especially that last year and I think it got to the point where. eighty might have thought that he was the reason that they were winning and not Bill Walsh and and it got a little muddled by the end. You're absolutely I'm laughing because I knew about their relationship you know and Carmen policy had many times jump in and be the peacemaker because if they lost a loss to game And he was not too happy You're absolutely right about that. It was a interesting dynamic as I was around and had a chance to watch it and my friendship with any S- started and continued mainly because of the fact that I said, you have nothing I need. Perfect. Yeah. A hold on just a second we're talking Bob Glauber and Bob is a sports writer for Newsday. 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The story of three unlikely coaches who came to dominate the NFL in the nineteen eighties we've talked about Bill Wolf let's talk about Joe Gibbs for just a moment. It's interesting as I think about him in The Times I interacted with him I didn't see him as a particularly successful coach in the early days. Tell me a little bit about his transition and development as a football coach. He had a really good run in San Diego but it was a very quiet run. And he was offensive coordinator and Dan fouts was his quarterback and oddly enough who did he replaces offensive coordinator was Bill Walsh and You know Dan fouts told me a very funny story while not funny to him at the time. But when bill told him that he was taking the Stanford job after a year at San Diego fouts was despondent because bill should basically resurrected Dan fouts his career in San Diego and and found said look I might. have been traded or released because I was really struggling bill they'll straighten it out and he says, I'm going to Stanford I'm I'm really bummed out he had a terrible last game against the raiders. So along comes Joe Gibbs, but he does a really good job. Joe Is much more stubborn coach than bill was bill bill you health to his principles, but Joe would not let Dan do anything that he wanted if it didn't coincide with what built with Joe Wanted. So you know Dan fouts a little frustrated with Joe, gibbs times and but the Joe Gibbs did a terrific job. Now, he was an unknown coach though you don't you don't get the publicity now as a coordinator that do in today's game. So he was relatively unknown coach, but Bobby Beth general manager and in Washington and he goes Jack Kente Cook. He's got a guy in San Diego that I want you. To look at I I really think he's going to be the head coach and his name was Joe Gibbs. Now can jack and coca dot hurt him and brought them into New York for an interview Joe's extremely nervous. They go to one of Jack, can cooks buildings in New York owns a skyscraper and Jack Kente Cook looks out the window and sees the Chrysler building and says, Joe Gibbs Shit at billy over there. I own it. That point is like Oh, my God I'm I'm I'm dead. There's no way I'm getting this job and bobby Beth third worn sneakers and a shirt you know in a in a polo shirt and didn't get dressed up and job up got mad at bobby for that and but he hired him and Jack. Kente. Cook. You know said at his press conference I hire Joe Gibbs. And you know like he had known him for a year or so. But he did struggle that I share they were on five and would you gets tried to do in? Washington, was import the San Diego offense. that Don Coryell had built up an air coryell. And he couldn't do it. He was playing in the NFC east it was it was a black and blues type division where it was, you know blood and guts running the football passing when you had to and Joe was just not succeeding they lose five games. And at that point he says, I, I gotTa jump this offense and I can't do this. So he takes the amazing step of going through a running offense goes to a to back at that time. And Ditches the San Diego offense at five games into the season. That's almost unheard of you spend the entire off season and training camp installing your offense, and then you junk it but he had to do it. And then eventually, John riggins convinced Joe. Gibbs let me be your guy I'll I'll make you famous. I'll take you to the super bowl and and away they went they. They won Eight that first season after going on five got some confidence had it off season program for the players the next year and they won the super bowl in Joe gives a second year. which was the strike year of nineteen, eighty two and and it Kinda took off from there and Joe Gibbs became legendary for his running offense that featured John Riggins and later a bunch of other players and he ended up winning three super bowls with three quarterbacks. None of got close to go into the hall of fame we have about a minute before we have to transition over to. Bill parcells but I know from experience that every coach, even the most successful ones will look back and lament about one particular play or one particular game that they had and I think you know the one I'm talking about the Super Bowl and the play called with the screen pass just before halftime that the raiders intercepted and it was all over with after that who called that play. I believe that was gibbs because took the fall for saying and he remembered he's laughing when he's telling me, he says, you know one year I'm a genius after win the Super Bowl next year I'll buffoon Ulama phone eddie correct something I said who called you the phone the papers there was a big headline. He's a buffoon for for call that play I believe Jack's cleric who intercepted that pass ran it back for a touchdown and and that was really the story of that that Second Super Bowl for Joe Gibbs when he lost it to the raiders in. Pretty. Bad fashion and and he was routed humbling experience for him and I think he used it as motivation moving forward. They Never WanNa let something like that happen. Again, let's talk about bill parcells a brash young coach with a big mouth on a bigger personality who found himself halfway out the door through his season as head coach of the New York giants picking up from there. By the end of the season in one, thousand, nine, hundred, three to twenty, three, twelve, and one that twenty five players on injured reserve bill parsoes lost parents within a seven month span that year he lost a coach running backs coach Bob Ledbetter. died in September and it was just a mess from start to finish. He'd been a popular gregarious linebackers and coach and then defensive coordinator players love him. And he was going to be fired. The team had decided we going to fire bill parcells. They told George Young Higher, Howard Schnellenberger. The Miami Coach Would WanNa National Championship. Schnellenberger can't get out of his contract. And They give bill parcells one more chance, and he made the most of that chance and he knew going into that nineteen eighty-four season that was it and they struggled a little bit during the early part of that season had a game in Atlanta where it was looking like they were going to lose the game that did pull it out and a goal line stand and they turn it around from there and. Bill. parcells who had famously given Scott runner the starting job in nineteen eighty-three over Phil. Simms. Ever made that mistake again and he got his confidence. He got his legs and he got the players to believe in him and they went on a charge and within three years they won their first of two super bowls and bill parcells developed some fine players along the way including Phil. Simms and most notably Lawrence Taylor. You. Know it's interesting but I think bill parcells of the three was maybe the best as far as evaluating talent. Now correct me if you think I'm wrong about that. Well, he you know at that point, he didn't have a say in personnel and that frustrated him at that time you know George. John was the general manager but but George made some very good move for that organization moves that maybe they'll parcells would not have made. So like for instance, Bill Parsoes did not want to Drift Jeff hostetler and George Young did an hostetler turned out to be a great pick because he ended up beating Joe Montana in Nineteen Ninety NFC championship game to get to the super. Bowl. And the giants ended up wearing their second super bowl I think parcells as he got older and after the after he leaves the Patriots and gets a chance to be the general manager of effectively with the jets and then he gets more more say with the cowboys he did have some good personnel moves but I I would say that of the three Walsh was probably the best evaluator of talent despite the fact that he did want Stephenville's at one point to be as quarterback seventy nine and not Joe Montana. Thing that that thing changed there but I think I think Walsh, Kinda new personnel a little bit better and he had his mistakes along the way not drafting Tom. Brady and you know it's probably the biggest one that he that he you know because player did he didn't take but but I think overall his his his drafting was pretty sound along with John mcvay. It was the perfect guy to work with the walls just was to stay in the background willing to do the grunt work and and let bill have the you know have the final say and have. The fame really. I agree with you, and of course, being so close to Bill I, you know people are saying you possibly even say that but I knew the system, the west coast offense because I had seen it at Stanford when he was there, how he be teams that had superior talent with that west coast offense Darrin, Nelson of course, you think of all the other players that had there and so I say that because I didn't know if he was going to be able to find the talent, he wanted for the system he wanted to have in the NFL. Yeah. That's an interesting point and you know it goes back to remember in Cincinnati had hit a quarterback problem where there was an injury to starting it up getting Virgil Carter for from the bears and he had no arm and. Virgil Carter might have given birth to the West Coast offense when you when you think about it because he had no arm and the loss, the offense coordinator for Paul Brown, he's got to figure out how do I? How do I function with a quarterback that it can't throw the ball and thus was born this idea that okay. Let's let's just possess the ball and have these short accurate passes Virgil Carter was smart quarterback who could get you know he was very accurate. And the comparisons of him to then Joe Montana now, Virgil Carter was obviously Joe. Montana. But he had the kind of same gift of being accurate being smart and being you know kind of Kinda shifty in the backfield where you get away from trouble and and that's really where it started. So that West Coast offense was. I was really born in Cincinnati and I think you really should you know should call it the bill walsh fence because that's really what it is. Bob I want to thank you very much. Congratulations on this book I'm looking forward to reading it well written I know because of your background and you are welcome here anytime. So if you find yourself in San Francisco come on by, we'll have something to eat and we'll do another interview. I do appreciate very much. Enjoyed the heck add thank you very very much for having me Bob Glauber and again, guts ingenious the story of three unlikely coaches who came to dominate the NFL in the eighties and their influence in the modern NFL in the eleven super bowls from eighty one to ninety one teams built by Walsh Gibbs parcels played in ten of them and they won nine championships we could. Let's say you just bought a house bad news is you're one step closer to becoming your parents, which means you're gonNA start telling your kids to up before the cleaning lady comes doesn't make sense but you're the parents and the kids you're going to start telling them that now too. 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President trump is awarded Babe Ruth, the legendary baseball player who died in one, thousand, nine, hundred, forty, eight with the Presidential Medal of freedom and the medal was presented in a White House ceremony to Tom Stevens. Ruth's grandson Stephen said at the time it's wonderful that he's finally being recognized but what the heck took so long and Tom Joins us here on sports by nine Tom, why do you think it took so long to recognize Babe Ruth I honestly don't know if I had to guess I would say it was his. perceived. reputation calcium from the earlier them early, you're playing this the day roosts the first. Dave career some a behavioral standpoint was considerably different from the second ten years. Chose right around nineteen, twenty, five, which was. A disastrous year for him and even even they realize that Even he couldn't burn the candle at both ends and he turned everything completely around a personal trainer on everything but. It doesn't get credit for that, and if as I said if I had to guess I think that we that's reason why. I and sometimes the president said dies the President Trump Felton. They're just they're just not aware unless they researching that particular individual has or or have not been inducted and perhaps many of the Previous presidents assume that he had been in got. quite surprising. Actually is George H. W, Bush, I mean he he didn't exactly have a relationship with the, but I have pictures of him with them when he was the captain of the Baseball Team Attention Gill and given that he said, that was one of the greatest moments in his life. Given that relationship I'm somewhat surprised that it didn't come up but in any event gratitude to president trump for finally finally writing this. Your Mom Julia is one hundred into. She's still alive. She was adopted by Ruth and nineteen twenty nine. Tell me more about her and her relationship with Babe. Well. Anyone. Officer even getting she still calls him Daddy. now it's Kinda funny. So w week or so ago. he's very even now at one hundred two. She's somewhat incredulous that. her mother Mary, Babe Ruth and that she became a part of his household. But. She She said they just just the other day she said to me get. Such a great guy, he he gave me his name he gave me a home. even gave her blood where she she contracted strep throat when she was around seventeen and it it's not just a simple matter taking by on. My attic that then she was in hospital two weeks and had to have surgery and a blood transfusion. and they've typed out and prove to be a match and you needed the Glenn she needed so. I was concerned that that's complete. She had she had had his blood as well. So. When did she realise what her father did? She, I've asked her that and hurt earliest. Recollection just just recollection baseball runaway probably around gauge of four or five. but she I started to become aware of. His place in the world so to speak. Around the age of of seven, her or orange. It's interesting because you know he got very very popular and everything and for kids when they're young, it's hard for them to understand that. How did she grasping? Well she. Didn't Didn't talk a great deal about baseball when he? He kind of he kind of left it. At the at the ballpark. Slung, he didn't come home and and. And worry about it. You know tomorrow's kind of consistent with his attitude tomorrow's and other. Things that are. every strikeout brings me closer. Home run or it's hard to beat someone up. Here is inspirational. Just, he didn't worry about it too much and there's a book that has come out actually three books that have been published out there. Kinda test to his continued relevance and. and. He's he's quota. Saying I I. Think John. Tucker. Dinner last night. When I'm when I'm swinging swinging ball. When I'm in the middle of my in the middle of my swing. But she she don't. She had definitely asked him about he he didn't. Volunteer. She had to she had to ask him questions of course, a lot of this came from her friends and. Older and and started dating she had She couldn't be sure if it's the boys really wanted she's gave her just wanted to be. The other thing too is that I think he's probably known off the field for two trademarks and one of them was his frequent trips to orphanages and hospitals. Now, your mother was adopted by Babe Ruth in Nineteen, twenty nine but give everybody a brief. Back story on his interest in orphanages and hospitals with kids. I think in part came from. His upbringing. I know. He didn't have a normal he didn't have the normal. Upbringing most of us take take for granted, he replaced in an industrial home. For Boys where he was actually going to be. trained. Taylor I think he I know for sure that this you know he he was only seven years old. As parents just gave up on parenting him when he was seven and was remanded to the. Custody of his home. I think that that feeling of abandonment. Now, while he wasn't an orphan, never the kids there were and I think I think that upbringing. To. His. Affinity. and. For Kids. Because he just he just simply didn't have that have that normal upbringing I think too that the. the adoration of fence became. So popular was perhaps a replacement or substitute in some ways for the love that he didn't. receive when he was a child. The other thing that most people don't understand about him is that he had a willingness to play alongside black players when that wasn't something that was fashionable. Yeah. It's When you consider them, he was raised. Southern. In, Baltimore. He had he. He was when it came to play baseball with flax he was essentially colorblind. Ernie Banks Now and It was very much of a of a similar opinion whether was Clients, starting at the end of the season for for. Seven years provided him with a very good income and what what better, what better way to showcase our of black ballplayers then to play against them. He had no problem with that at all and I'm actually very glad that. because number one, it shows how forward thinking he was a number two. One of the things that I have heard is, oh, we'll never know a great group was because he never played against the gray black ballplayers while he did. He. He he he played I don't. Hey Central case, I've read a counselor did but I've talked to somebody. You don't think that that it came true but and Ken says thirteen injury in baseball urging. Harkening was was devoted to black baseball and Bucco Neil who is kind of a spokesman where? Quite Fun Day played against him and number of times, and he had nothing but good things to say about him prepping elephant they did to he was friends with. Bill bojangles Robinson you might remember the saw Mr Jangle the nitty gritty dirt band did. He he took bill bojangles Robinson through the Yankee clubhouse in the early thirties, and you can just guess what sort of a reaction half gut. I don't think anybody could probably pull that off but. He. Recognized by the black community for his efforts and I also know that That Joe Louis invited baby ended up in the catskills as all new. York did and he invited Dave to come in and hang with him that his training camp because he wanted to thank him for the efforts that he made towards improving race relations. We know that they've advocated for for integrating baseball and. Some fairly strong theories that that's one of the main reasons why he was not offered the opportunity to manage because both major league baseball and the owners were afraid that he would advocate for the integration of baseball and it's no coincidence they kennesaw mountain? Landis. Was Retired and gone when branch rickey brought Jackie Robinson and and actually integrated baseball probably would not have happened had land is still commissioner. So I think he waited deliberately until that time a lot of people don't know this but. A nineteen forty two ruth was as a young child person who could speak German and he signed onto an open letter to the German people denouncing the Hitler policy the cold blooded extermination of the Jews in. Europe in call them to throw a regime, which is the infamy of German history. Now, when you take into consideration, the way has stance and the way he felt about the playing with black ball players and then his position on World War Two and Germany. Where did that come from? I know that he's he identified very strongly with his. German roots and as you mentioned. he did when he was younger it was essentially a Jewish. German hold and he did he did speak. German I. When he was very little league probably spoke German. Better than he did he did English, of course, he lost that over time they traced traced his at least on the paternal side they trace it back to German communities in in. His he he he was patriotic and You know he went on the Japanese phone. Pearl. Harbor in forty one and then he threw out he was throwing memorabilia Japanese never vary. From there from their trip, the the. Ambassadorial that they put together in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, four when a number of hall of Famers, as well as bait went to Japan to play baseball in the hopes that it might stave off what everyone for anyone who was cognizant of what was going on and they could see the winds war. Already. Starting to stir between Japan and and S, and there was something of a hope that a shared love of baseball would help to stave that off and and certainly. Successful trip but unfortunately, imperial Japan was was hell bent on on on moving forward with their agenda and they did he was also very very involved in selling or Botch as well and I. Think there's these these various topics that we've been discussing I. Think these are all what contribute to is having. Justifiably. The metal of the Medal of freedom 'cause I kinda thought of that without a word is being Mission of what he had done beyond baseball baseball got him started but he he belonged to over a hundred. Different charities and foundations was Babe Ruth. Foundation established in his name with a portion of his will when he passed away. And he it's relative. I i. read a few blogs about how you know what they can you justify. Earning the medal of honor while I think that that that that occurs actually gave us the forum. To, bring these things out and make people more aware that side or bigger than what he did particularly, and he visited hospitals orphanages all throughout his. Playing career and became even more active. Once once he retired, we only have thirty seconds left and briefly. What do you think he was most proud of with his life or baseball career? I know I know that his One of his proudest. Of which he was most proud was actually a pitching record which doubtless with the with the Red Sox, and when he fixed for them in. Nineteen fourteen through nineteen. Was Twenty nine and two consecutive. Scoreless innings. In World Series play. And also another record daddy holes, which will never never be touched because of the way the placing news. But he pitched the after. Of the world series this year they were talking about how bad pitched the longest complete game in world series history fourteen innings and he won the game two to one. I WANNA. Thank you for joining us Tom Very interesting story about your grandfather come back and join us again. Take care. Well thank you very much for having me. I enjoyed talking with you Tom. 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Let's call it a mask freedom event or a mask choice event people who and I'm sure some people who are very anti master going to be there but I think it should it should be an event. It's not my ben I'm just talking about it. Would be counter. Protests correct. Pro Mass people. Yeah. That's not who I was talking about I was talking about people who are pro choice. So were anti mask and then there's people who are pro mask and then there's people who are pro choice meaning you should be free to decide whether or not you want to wear a mask. And I think we're going to have both of those groups both the anti massacres in the pro choicers are likely going to be. Counter protests, I want to say I. Thought I. Heard counter-protestors be there's definitely counter. Yeah there's already a guy who has apparently claiming he's going. This is hearsay I haven't seen this, but allegedly some local on facebook has claimed that he's going to bring out a megaphone and tried to drown out the speakers. Yet. Yes. It will also be starting at a time at which historically for like the past thirty years there's been a peace vigil or a peace protests in that same location at the same time I think that goes from like ten to noon. And so that's going to be going on at the same time as the mask event which starts at eleven. Confused it's going to be interesting to see how the how how the peaceful folks. React to strike because you know I mean in theory were singing their song that people should be left at peace new interfering with their lives but. Pretty heavy barrel bit laugh, and it'll be interesting to see if they want to go to war with people tend to have this belief that violence is okay. You know when it when it's Satori objectives. And the answer is really answer is no violence is not okay if it's if you're defending if it's in self defense, it's not okay. Absolutely true so it should be an interesting. Day Tomorrow, of course, tell you more about that as you know, tomorrow night show the live. Saturday edition. But tonight. We've got on the way story about Bitcoin. We've been talking a lot about masks in in force in government and this one's more about what they call bitcoin stolen revolution opinion piece by Evans Shapiro at coined desk will share that with you when we get a chance but I've been teased in the story for a few days on the air, we haven't had a chance to get to it. Yet now, none of us in the studio tonight are going to a government school but nobody you were the one who most recently went while you were in Michigan for a year or so you went to a community college, correct? Yeah. I went to wash no community college in Ann Arbor Michigan. So you're the closest to the government school system in in recent years is fifty one is kind of strange. But here's. A great experience because I cared not at all whether what grade I got if any and and you were just there for the enrichment. Yeah. I mean I just wanted to learn I'm not gonNA show anybody that degree I ended up going. 'cause you know my career has been beyond that already but. It was nice in that without carrying about grades just effortlessly got straight as and that interesting, which was I always had a hard time with grades when I was concerned about the was there. You know the question was was this something that you already had a background in or is this a totally different subject area? Actually I, it was a mix of things things that I wanted to know about I didn't take any programming classes. I didn't take any any math classes or anything like that. I took like Shakespearean. Literature. Yeah that I already knew a fair amount about it was just it's it's a lot more fun to explore that kind of thing with other people than than on your own and I took like argumentative speech or rhetoric. Okay. Otherwise known as English composition two or three I can't remember which where you know you're more or less writing pieces that were supposed to persuade So that was good. I did a public speaking class Nice the. Use that tomorrow. So we're going to tell you again. That's right. You're speaking tomorrow at the the protests events it's true So we're GONNA get into your calls and thoughts in that we can talk about what's coming for the fall semester. What kind of rules? What kind of restrictions would kind of ridiculous nonsense are they going to be shutting down the college students? Throats will will pay a little bit about that. But first we have someone calling themselves nowhere man in Illinois listening on the radio go ahead nowhere man are you making all? Your nowhere plans for nobody. Hello. I heard somebody on the other end of the didn't scare them nowhere man going once nowhere man going twice. All right. Well, thanks giant nowhere man going nowhere. From in this case, the AP as they struggle a salvage, some semblance of a campus experience. This fall US colleges are requiring promises from students to help contain the corona virus no keg parties Kim. because. So good for viruses. No long road trips. And no outside guests allowed on campus. No long road trips like a strange. What makes it? What makes traveling a distance of the idea? Jura. So they've been restricting people traveling across state borders in certain states. So for instance. Connecticut Massachusetts. New York. Travel restrictions if you are coming into those states from other states that are supposedly more dangerous for covid than you have to supposedly quarantine for two weeks, and if you don't do what they say, they will find you and possibly jail you. So they're demanding would look at the. Well if you if you fly into New York get ready because they're going to give you a piece of paperwork and you'll have to fill out much like when you go to visit an international nation, you had to fill out where you're going to be staying and of course, you have to give phone number to them, and if they text you you better be where you say you are. Or else they're going to get you. Wow. Even remember doing that. Going to. Sort of ask you roughly where you go what International. Over. Utah was in Mexico at least when I went down there they wanted to know at what hotel or where I was going to be staying the kind of questions I kind of remember being asked over the years or more like you know, what are you going to be doing here and then you say Vacation or you say education. Business or pleasure is usually pretty broad name costumes question or was back in the day bitter. Quarry. Turned into the Toilet Safety Administration in China the what you answer the question is effectively like like even if you're going there for work, your answer is supposed to vacation. It's really weird. It's like I like going into China. No but I know people who have and the people that work for me and things like that and. Like when you go into like if you're doing like. If you're going over for like like basically like engineering kind of stuff like, Oh, you're going to go to Shanghai. Not. I'm not saying that right but. To you know work with factories and things to manufacturers something. For example, you're there on work effectively, might not be working for a Chinese company, but you're working effectively and. They consider it to be like a vacationing or something. It's really weird. So I understand the reason why they want to know where you're staying is so in theory at least in Mexico or whatever they could come check on you right like emmigration could come see if you actually are where you are and how often they do that I don't think it's very often get China. They do in China right especially for certain New York Shino doing. Well New York's more like China. Exactly. That is the comparison I was drawing so It's called the empire straight China Empire States. We could tell you more about what is happening on these college campuses. No Keg parties. I mean they've been trying to stop college kids from partying for a long. These are already frequently like underground kind of. Under age minors General Yeah Yeah, but they're not that underground. If you walk around in a key new, Hampshire can see where all the parties not underground in that sense. But there are certainly you know certainly there the kids are tending mostly are under twenty. 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So back in the day I, used to go to the state, house and I would ask. Like transportation meetings or whatnot and I would find you know there's still of course you know in the second century roads are second century technology now sure and. roadster last. Something like the Roman roads are still around and ones built by Massachusetts last year. and. So you know I, would I would I would bring up the flying cars. You know we don't have flying cars because they're you know they're essentially band right? there. There's a nineteen seventeen flying car at least prototype and there's nineteen sixties technology flying cars actually did fly. In the sixties. That I I would say at ask these transportation committee people about this and they would just look at me like I was from the moon but now you hate lionheart. Now flying cars are now flying cars are law in New Hampshire. Governor has just signed a law. Making it so that you can drive you're flying car to the airport back legal before the FAA. Are. And there are actually three different companies now apparently that you can buy one from. Okay. But what is required I not not necessarily know this day but what does it require to actually be able to fly one of these things because like you said, Christie Faa, the federal government's a, what is it having a Dory, the air basically State. So and of course, the first thing that that's going to object to you're flying as the laws of physics. So even if the government doesn't care, you still have to know how to do are we? Exists No. I'm saying that the laws of physics make flying an unstable thing to do if you don't do it right you will follow. Okay. So there is a natural incentive to learn how to fly assure. Yeah, goes but certainly, the federal government gang is still out there and they are likely still going to be threatening people over this Davor you've all familiar with what it takes to fly one of these things. You still have to have a pilot's license and and. The other thing is like ten thousand hours of try thousand hours. The the the other thing is that New Hampshire is the first state in the union to do it. That's interesting. So what New Hampshire's legalized is the driving of the flying car to the airport. Correct, do you have to be going to the airport to drive this thing or can you just? Imagine, you could go to a private airport you know like a private landing strip or something like that. Some of these flying cars can take vertically so they don't actually need to go. To the airport from what I understand. Oh I'd love to have a fertile because yeah. Then you don't need an airport which is awesome. I mean you can go anywhere you WANNA go. Hey. Thank you for bringing that up. Is there anything else you WANNA share? That is off. Thank you Dave Ridley there from Ridley report dot Com on our discord servers sounding great. You can join over there. Well, if you want over a discord dot L. R. N. DOT FM that's discord dot L. ON FM we go to bobby in. LAKELAND bobby you're on free talk live watching us on twitch over twitter dot. Dot FM. Wanted to I read the Com on Jazzy and the jazzy can always loved it and she. Posted today at freaking dot com that won the memorial. Amazing. And and why resonated with me was My dog was six and a half. What was six months old I'm in two thousand, four I got her when I was sixteen. Two, thousand, four and you know. just reading the the the comments you wrote about your dog and how much it affected. People's lives you know and I always love seeing the jazzy cam every night. Me Thinking about my dog too and and you know the you know I I'm glad you. Got To go and peace. You know in two thousand fourteen when Lexus when my dog well, I was at work and my parents decided that they didn't want dog around more. To. Get. To to really get laid the rest. You're. Work. Yeah. Didn't even know it and I came home and I had Switzer. Good catch. I think. They dumped you anyway, but you did catch it. Sorry Guy. But. Anyway. Calling. Good. Good I had took breakdown. Had I. was I was hospitalized in Baker. ACT IS GONE and I. I listened to Baker. Act is the Florida institutionalization involuntary institutionalization. That's the name of the law in Florida everyone in Florida always refers to it as a verb it's like I got Baker acted. I feel like I've heard that before outside. Know I was so scared of that after my wife died I I would I mean I was feeling suicidal. I would cut my toes off before I told my shrink fag. Lock Up. Bobby. That's a horrible story man. I'm so sorry that that happened to you. Sure in the thing with me wasn't I wasn't suicidal at that point. I was homicide. And so you know I it wasn't one hurt myself I was wanting to you know anyway it just I just really. Didn't and I'm glad you enjoy jazzy on our jazzy kid and I thank you for the kind words bobby tonight. Thanks for sharing them. I know it wasn't easy to do that. So thank you the toll free number here. Tonight is eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free like freedom. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. Yeah. I did post a fairly lengthy memorial piece about jazzy on freaking dot com to carry that. You're welcome to. So nobody you'd asked an important question in the previous segment. How do you do that? Was Your question? How do you keep the police out of a college party don't open the door for them. That's that's it. That's basically the best answer. Now, I'm not an attorney. So this isn't legal advice, but that's my understanding of what the best possible procedure is at. 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More on the college covid crackdown as college students across the United States and probably elsewhere in the world are gearing up to return to classes for the fall semester. Some of them some are not going back to class. But of those who are what are the ridiculous rules are going to put into place where they're going to say you can't party anymore you can't go on long road trips you won't be able to give hugs you won't be able to shake hands you. have to wear masks everywhere you go on campus those some of the rules here in keene where we live at the the keene State College College town here with the in the studio. Tonight you've got Ian Nobody and Chris. So we'RE GONNA go back into your phone calls and thoughts and we'll tell you more about the college co vid madness as it continues to develop. We got BC he's on the line in New Jersey and listening via twitter channel over at twitch dot. Dot FM welcome to freetalklive. Hey thanks for having me. Help you guys doing well of course what's on your mind? Yeah. So just before my question, would you guys were talking about how when you go to Mexico you have to you have to kind of say where you're going I know exactly what that? That experiences like except with Mexico in certain other places I think there is a bit of a different concern than just you know tracking your movements. Mexico's basically a third world country. So they're also want to know where you go in case you go missing that's what I was thinking when he said. Yeah. So with Mexico and certain other places, it isn't just big brother watching you. Sometimes, it is trying to make sure the cartels don't abduct to you. That's pretty unlikely though I mean, that's pretty. Highly Unlikely if you're. Not Involved. For any given visitor. If you pay attention, there is definitely true that co gets several calls a year from families going there whereas my family member, there's actually been in some years in recent I don't know about like super recent but like at least a couple of years ago, there were high numbers of foreigners and locals and everybody just getting kidnapped. So. It's I'm not. I'm not saying that it's going to happen to you. You know usually the torture are the targets of the drug gangs for a reason they don't tend to go after a random people on the streets they usually go after family members of target and. Gang, steps typically. That's inch that's intron nationally. But in terms of the airports and checkpoints where if you're visiting Mexico from America First World Country, you be going to none of targets are because you're family wealthier country them. That that is a huge because they know that your family back home, we'll we'll pay American money, which is worth. You know. That's that's the whole thing I think they're having. -ducted. Yeah. There are there are definitely more small time e kind of abductions where they want you to empty out your bank account. Or something like that. Those things do do happen. But as far as like are you going to get your head cut off and put on a spike or whatever? That's probably not going to happen? down. Pre Very. Family can come up with like three fifty. You can also get robbed in Los Angeles and Chicago as well. So I mean there's Dangerous places. Yeah Los Angeles Greater Mexico Yeah Exactly Twenty so what were you calling about? Yeah. So you guys is conception of freedom. I'm new to the shows I've only seen a few episodes but. It seems like you guys are are you guys have like the anarchist stripe of libertarian on nobody might describe himself my co hosts nobody may describe himself that way I personally prefer voluntaristic I don't like the term anarchist. Defined defined you by what you're against and I like to define. What I'm in favor of which is voluntary interaction between human beings well that. Face it year an anarchist at the end of the day because he don't want any government and that's what the were what? I'm okay with self-government I'm just not okay with people imposing their their beliefs by violence the way the way I would like to describe it and rather than give myself a label is say I'm against the use of violence to achieve social or political objectives outside of self defense basically so. Yeah that that that comes to the more of the root of it by suppose. So you guys you guys are versed on the you know the tradition of this kind of thought out of the enlightenment classical liberalism. You know if original libertarianism, this kind of thing of freedom for its own sake self-government meaning individual self government for its own sake. Are you guys that stripe? Well I mean. Does. Believe that freedom will have good. That that freedom will produce good outcomes But yeah, I mean it. It becomes a principal in of it in and of itself that. That freedom is going to be better than the absence of free and I think we're seeing right now that principle being put on display by some of us who are opposing these masks mandates for instance Chris. BITCON PRINCE WHO's sitting across from me here has worn a mask that has been something I've seen you do on on a few different occasions over the last several months. So but you also are against the mandates right? You still stand on the side of freedom even though you may choose that you want to put a mask on absolutely percent at the end of the day each individual. Each individual has to make a decision. It's no different than driving a know going out and driving your car somewhere. You are taking on a certain risk and You know somebody else might hit you and but it's not. You know it's it's if you don't WanNa, take on that risk don't go outside. The principal that's at hand here is the acceptance of risk as part of the whole. This whole concept of what you're doing you're you have to have risk, you have to have choice in order to have freedom whereas some people are willing to completely give all that away. They're willing to get rid of all their choices allow some bureaucrat, Dr Some politician to make all their choices for them in the idea that they're going to be more safe. So they're trading away this per- perception of safety it's not. Real Safety. It's just a perception of it and the and they're getting total control and to those of us who really value freedom we're saying you know what the risk is worth it even if it's true that some more people die exactly. Yeah. It's this whole. This whole idea that you have the right to safety, you have the right to attempt to be safe. You know put on a mask put on dunk outside you have those rights, but you don't have the right to force those things on other people. Know Yeah and I totally understand. With that conception of freedom it certainly, you know you're putting a great commercial on it. You know this is a great advertisement for what you guys are talking about talking about in the real world. Do Universalize this in in that you think everyone it is the same and can this level of freedom or do you recognize human bio-diversity and that there are some places in the world that are there IQ's are average IQ's are so so so Hawaii or Florida. I mean like sub Saharan Africa. Says I just saw the other day that showed that New Hampshire actually and Massachusetts was number one on the I q chart and like the southern states and Hawaii specifically a word, the lowest of the. I'm assuming yes and I wonder if that's correlated to the demographics of those states, I'm assuming you were trying to go on a racist direction here but I say he sounds like, yeah I have to say I would I would have I would have. No No. No, it doesn't. Don't assume that. What are you getting at? Do you deny that sub Saharan Africa has lower average IQ thing is I don't care. It doesn't. Know that I was. Really useful measure. But libert liberty the ability to handle this and I'm with you that there are certain places I can tell you. Can Think it tells you has anything to do with it. I'm certainly there's going to be people who can't handle it, but it's not choose to here's a perfect example of what you're saying Massachusetts one of the most repressive Janet comes to just generally everything they're incredibly restrictive. They're not as bad as California, but you know or or as new. York. But one. Of the top shirt, bottom five terrible. You look at Massachusetts and the restrictions that they have their the covid madness, the mask madness it's just it's all over the place there. But yet they're the number one most intelligent state according to this recent study that showed they were they were on the top New Hampshire is number two and it's only by like point one. One. Tenth of percent so I think New Hampshire is was like one. Oh, four point three and they were one of four pm four on a scale I. think the answer to the question is ultimately without you know without going in this racist direction obviously is to say that there should be different states in different countries that have different levels of oppression. I want to I want to be in a place that's free, and if you want to be in a place that's oppressive. Well, be my guest. 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The push illustrates the high stakes for universities planning to welcome at least some students back wide-scale covid nineteen testing quarantines and plexiglas barriers in classrooms won't work if too many students misbehave. They won't work if they don't either. Know yet exactly all. Is All for show and Just, so sad I got an email from Vincent, the former Co host here on Free Talk Live. He just graduated from college earlier this year. But they haven't had the actual graduation ceremony Oh right. So the original plan was they were going to put off till I guess like, September. Moved online or something it is now but the original plan was it was going to be put off so they can have it after covid was over which, of course Oh, it's not over. So two weeks to flatten occur. and. Now, they're saying that no, even you we just can't do it with all of our rules that we've put into place who would be breaking our own rules if we had this thing. So yeah, it's going to be an awesome thing. Yeah. You know it's interesting my opinion. Has Changed over over the many months that covert has been going on in terms what to what? Well the masks as an example. I've always said I. Kinda Reserve to change my opinion based on what you know. and. I will say that as. I do add as a mask to some degree early on it has become more apparent especially with newer information that we've come out that it probably. Isn't actually doing any good. So it's kind of funny to see them now cracking down on the mask thing. Well, it's certainly not funny to me. I find it to be a real slap in the face to the idea of freedom. I. Mean. It's clearly a violation of your body and your right to decide what to put on take off sure of your body mean it is a. Fundamental freedom to be able to choose those things. It's it's one of these things where i. kind of have a hard time like being too concerned about it only because it's like there's so many other things that are so similar to what I gotTa wear pants when I go outside sure but you're not gonna get as many people on board with that one, Chris? I mean I know? Now. Right. Not, like an Ra, I'm not a nudist I'm not. Pan. Penser. Pants is pants. Anybody Rough Anti Pants, I. You know. I I'm. A choice. Oh. Pam Fro. Choices Yeah. More more along those lines. So. Yeah. People should be able to make those choices and I don't disagree with you but there's a certain time when it's right to go for the pants free movement and I probably am not going to join you in that although I would support you verbally right. So like you. Should. On your neighbor. Grandson I said. I'm not like taking up. A resistance move into when it comes to the pants, I'm just like I. Have Not. You know it's not going anywhere well, no, it's not because of that because you know it's just because it's like one of these things you feel like there's There's better things I put my mature but there's there are always better issues, right? Like I mean we'd like to see people like Ross be let out of prison, right victimless criminals absolutely not harmed anybody. I would rather focus my time on that. But what can you do about and and that's a good question and I don't necessarily know that there's a whole lot more. We all you can do ask Donald trump pardon sure and I, think that's been great and I think we've done that on the show. and. I signed the petition and I'm not against people. You know leading a pro choice movement for sure as far as the masks are concerned. I'm just not like hugely onboard. I'm thinking about going to the pro the mass there's a time tomorrow or things that are more appropriate, right? So like we've exhausted everything, we can do with Ross Ulbricht as important as that is not much else that you can do right now if you haven't signed the pledge or pledge, but the whatever it is the petition, you can go to free Ross Dot Org that and it'll take you two. Minutes and then that's done you can share the video about his his whole story. There's really lengthy documentary piece, which is video audio text version of it pick your favorite pick all three Sharon in the places where you feel that's appropriate you can write a letter to Donald Trump yourself. If you want to, you could ask the other presidential candidates if they will pardon Russell that we've already asked Joe Jordan's I. think she said she would. And then good luck getting Biden to answer that question. So there's really not much else that we could love to get I mean number you can write a letter to war you could do the question is how much risk you want to take a Break out of prison. Hey, I'm not I mean data or other things but I non loved I'd love hear the other ideas. What's the other idea? No no I'm not proposing anything I'm just saying. You just think there's certainly breaking out of prison is maybe on the table but I'm just saying there's always something more. The question is sure is that the new get one hundred thousand people behind that? If, you can that's probably got your best best such right right and that's the that's one of the problems it's like, where where's it going to take further steps and it may not be you know you're going to get arrested? That's what's GonNa happen sure. Probably. Get to see Ross maybe. You won't get that far more interested conspiracy right and so that's the that's the nobody ever conspires. That's. What are you a conspiracy theorist? But my point here. I'm not trying to bring you on board with like this. You know whatever movement Tomorrow Anyway. So obviously, it's worth your time myself out of bed by eleven. Yeah. It's going till four PM. Come Up. There should be a lot of people there in the morning I think it should. That's when the most likely conflict is going to occur. In my opinion that twins being promoted, there's radio ADS running promoting it. So there's a lot of effort. There's a lot of energy around this particular issue just like with reopen the whole reopened movement that was there was a lot of energy around that just a couple of months ago black lives matter. There's a lot of energy around that. So while these may not be the top of my list as far as issues I consider to be the most important in the moment they are pretty important because it's what people are talking about. It's what people are being affected by, and there's a lot. Of people who had been going about their lives, ignoring what politics doing because that's what most people do they just WanNa go obviously their lives and now all of a sudden being told what to wear and there's pissed about some of them. Yeah. In New Hampshire I WANNA talk to those people everybody wants to talk to and we need to reach out to the I. Think I think the thing that I see as I think this is more of an image thing. It's when we talk about masks it kind of overlooks the economic damage that's going on and I am really that bothers me more. Than than the masks themselves until we have been owners willing to split up the group putting on this the. Demonstration. Tomorrow as I understand it is reopen any now. No, it's not no no. No it's an individual who started this in Plymouth and I mean his his buddies, he's got his own group. They're called the eight point three leader group and it sounds like eight point three liters leaders in an engine. That's what it was based off of, which is a big. Big military truck that's kind of their icon and anyway. So that's what he's into in his. Doing, reopen and H has sort of glommed onto it in the same way that we have. You know. So I would say reopen. H. It's probably supportive of the events they have been promoting them but from what I understand, they did not organize it oh okay. But you know you've got a certain time where something is is happening to people and this is happening to people and they are normally able to avoid the state. They're able to live their lives and feel relatively molested will now they feel molested and now's the perfect time for people who love freedom to reach out to those folks. Especially, tomorrow had just wish we had more reality I just wish we had more of them I wish we had more businesses to that are willing to step up. Matt Right Yeah. That's unfortunately not there yet but we may have a lawsuit coming soon. Next week we'll tell you more about freetalklive. Bitcoin, how long did it take a realize? 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On the second hour this episode where you can dial in toll free take control of the airwaves bring whatever you want. Our number's eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free like freedom. That's eight, five, five, zero, three, seven, three, three with you in the studio. It's IAN nobody. And Chris, and we've been talking about what it's GonNa look like on college campuses this fall with ridiculous restrictions being put into place including no keg parties no long road trips no outside guests on campuses mandated masks all around the campus social distancing mandates avoiding mass gatherings, and they're saying if you don't do these things or you do you know you violate their rules, you may be booted from the school. To Lane Senior University senior son Jolly Dill Silva says quote I think the majority of students are going to really be really respectful and where their masks social distance keep gathering small. But I, fear there will be a distinct group of students that will decide not to do that and it'll be a big bummer on somebody panic. To Lane, students have already received a stark warning from the school in New Orleans and early pandemic hotspot after a summer weekend of large gatherings, the dean of students wrote. wrote to her students stressing the key point in bold capital letters. Here's what it said. A member all caps yelling. Do. Not Host parties or gatherings with more than fifteen people including the host you do. You will face suspension or expulsion from the university. She wrote signing off with do you really want to be the reason that two lane in New Orleans have to shutdown again? The emphasis on student behaviors part of a broader effort to create safe bubbles on campus. Even if the virus surges elsewhere remember member, they had the safe space thing a few years ago. Yeah. That was kind of the rounds on College Casper so ridiculous. Safe spaces and they had free speech zones will now the entire campus is a bubble of safety that's what they're looking to do. Now the entire campus is a safe space where you can feel safe by putting on a mask and joining the rest of your obedience serfs. Story here continues the University of Texas, at Austin is not allowing parties either on or off campus in Massachusetts again, how they're going to enforce this. has yet to be seen, but I suspect it'll be quite scary and it will involve the police and it will evolve snitch is I'm just going to go and out on that limb a snitch involved because how else are you gonNa find the party's how are you going to get in? You can drive around you can look for them and for the most part, it's pretty easy to find out that way but right but again you know okay. So let's say the police get involved. Are they going to get a warrant to enter because they can't Without. But the look Chris, most of these college students don't know their rights. So yeah, they can into the proper because they'll let you know I was surprised at how well informed actually. Kids when I was in school anyway were really yeah. In terms of you know get kids starring parties off campus in regards to you know not letting police in basically that's good and that was like what twenty years ago that was put in two thousand and five. Okay. Time. Yeah. From two, thousand, three or two, thousand, eight. Played to a lot of outreach here in keene. So we usually go out on party nights. You've join me on a number of these occasions to do college outreach and handout know your rights information to college students in this area and yeah, I would say every year we hit hundreds and hundreds if not several hundred of the a lot of incoming students for instance I think what it comes down to they still have to use the now and I think I think what it comes down to his it's not necessarily that every every person knows what their rights are so much s in that they knew at least. The. You know the police need a warrant to enter, and so that's why kids weren't running like these. If you ever watched these movies, you know the like run from the party apart move wasn't happening. Where I went to school, and the reason was because the you know the kids knew that they couldn't enter without a war and therefore the best thing to do if the police came around is not leave the party. RUN FOR RIGHT THAT'S That's how they catch you watch as. Hackl you right. So they at least knew that much now whether or not they knew what to do on the street if they were drunk a cop stop them probably not. But the emphasis on student behavior was again to create safe bubbles on campus. The University of Texas is also permanent colleges are the camp excuse me parties the Massachusetts Amherst College, which is just down the road from us here in Keene in new, Hampshire is prohibiting students from traveling off campus. So you are on lockdown while in school, you cannot leave campus with the exception of very limited cases. So like a medical appointment, they'll let you go to the doctor. You got a Family Emergency Your Dad's dying. All right. We'll let you go for that one but otherwise, you are going to stay on campus and you won't leave. Want to continue I just had this picture of lake people leading kids from dorm rooms to kick campus. Classes and things like minded escort. Guard like a kids camp or whatever you know it's like you lead the kids. To another or prison or yeah. Yeah. I can just imagine maybe they should shackle them like when you're when you're appearing at court member nobody back in the day when was it? You that was shackled and you you said, whenever what was it saying if you're happy new. Chains. Yeah. The judge. The judge. I'm going to set your band two thousand dollars. Think of that and I said if you're happy and you know rattle your. I'M GONNA make it five thousand. How long before they actually start shackling the students and moving them from class to class? No. That seems like an exaggeration they've got better technology than that. Now we we laugh but no, seriously, they're already using some very disturbing technology is some classes with some professors where you have to take your phone out. You'll have to write all an APP on where I was going to go, and if you're not, if you don't sign in, then you don't get credit or something. Like. And you don't have an all opt out option either. So the opt-out out if you don't go to school. It's really disturbing which is fine. Yeah I mean really you shouldn't bother with college anyway in most cases with the exception of Doctor. I don't I don't look down on you know. Getting education or taking classes I don't think I listened to on it when it puts you in debt for the rest of my life, I yeah and I I understand that I don't necessarily think that's always that's not always the case it's like it's. SORT. Of dependence or wealthy. It's case there's there's well, there's different scenarios though like I mean, there are certain situations where if you're going to school for basket weaving when you know you're not making enough money once you graduate in order to cover the cost of going that doesn't make any sense. But on the other hand, if you want to get into a programming and you have no experience programming and you know it might make sense because you're going to be making more you know when you leave you. To cover the costs of going I'm so it really depends. So you know rather than shackling physically the students. That's GonNa be obvious what they could do what you were suggesting mandate. They installed their little contact tracing APP, which will also act as a GPS locator for the students because if you're not allowed to leave the Camden kept gps student, you can only GPS. Phone. That's right. But you can manage always have their phones on them, and if you've ever seen students these days, you know they always have their phones on them. So so what you can do is prevent them from leaving the campus with their phone with their phone or with a phone right and maybe not even that because he can probably do the same thing through like android on your computer or something like that. Or just have one phone whose whole. is to stay in your dorm room twenty. And tell the tell the thirties you're in bed solidify maybe maybe put a record. On it, you could probably get a cheap ten dollar phone with installed the APP hook it up to Wi fi don't even have to have a cellular plan and be done with it. For those who are smart enough to come up with these alternatives they're going to and they're going to try to get away from the system, but there's risks involved fry like if you break their rules, they may go ahead and discipline you to the point of kicking you out of school. So they have a lot of sticks here not carrots right? Like the only carrot is you might get a diploma. Of this madness but in the meantime, there's all these sticks around where they're trying to hit people in force them to behave in a certain way. So it's going to be interesting to see how all this pans out I'm planning on going down to the park zone next week because I think they're moving back into the campus next week. So Thursday night will be what they call up here. Thirsty Thirsty Thursdays where. 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So I bet you it's just going to cut it in half naturally given the opportunity win I mean we're not able to do this before. Maybe some classes I remember when I was in college, you could take an at home version of certain classes, but there was a lot more of the online stuff happening these days like now there is well. Cove it I. Don't know that's a good question I. I. Don't hear about it but I don't know a lot of people in college so I couldn't tell you. Yeah. Let's go to Charlie he's in Chattanooga Tennessee listening to W. G.. O.. W. ON FM go ahead Charlie. For taking my call of all things, I'm GonNa talk about the mask I'm GonNa, make it quicker by can and. You tell me if I'm wrong or right. You have two people standing there. One of them has a mass gone. Maybe he has three mask on the other Guy Has Cola nineteen. He sneezes on you. You can get it in your mouth, your nose and your eyes. All right. If your mouth and nose is covered, you get in your eyes. The mask is only basically for the guy, it's got colder team. You understand I've heard about that. Yeah. Some people say right now, I'm for everybody wearing a mass. Takes. Care of the guy who's GonNa talk to do close against L. Nate or call if you're wearing mounted stay home. Yeah. I mean there's multiple ways to protect yourself. I am home I do stay home. Worried about I. don't want everybody awareness because I think that it's too humanizing and I think that further it's actually showing people how obedience. It's basically shove obedience and it's it's pathetic. Honestly how many people are doing? Exactly as they're told, there's there's all sorts of care if you wear masks mask or not. If you think that's best for you than that. That's fine and if you don't that's fine with me to just you know I I would object anybody forcibly forcing somebody to wear a mask and I would object anybody forcing anybody not to. Here's the thing. I kind of understand where you're coming from. The thing is that what we've seen from the numbers is that it doesn't matter whether or not people wear masks mostly not because the masks are ineffective and I know people will discriminate with me on that one. But because even if it all all your ending, all you end up doing is you delay the people you delay to some degree that people dying but those people ultimately, it doesn't stop them from dying. They will eventually die. It's just a it's just unfortunately it's a matter of time and it's the thing that I would be more worried about is the potential for a certain percentage of the population do have long term. Negative side effects from being a infected. It's agree with you guys About three. Different. Opinions. Though. This is a new thing. This Kerala virus is a new thing. Is it the happen here in. The last hundred years. People have been dying from similar things that really weren't that different. Coronavirus nineteen is is called that because it's v from twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, another iteration of it it's it's there's you know. There, there has certainly been in the last hundred years more substantial pandemics than this one, this one and this never this reaction. Governess substantial berea certainly, not within my lifetime is the walk by the guy this guy coded. Nineteen. I got a not 'cause I got eyeballs and they're not covered now you see them. Goggles on then you can guy lump if you want stick on. Front line people in the hospital they plastic she'll. That's what that's for covered the is or like you said the goggles. Going we're well, that's the thing I haven't seen a single person wearing goggles yet. So I'm not sure if these people are taking this seriously enough. Over there is because that's what the doctor found. She Guy Said and people seem to love following orders. So I'm surprised we haven't seen this happening yet. Charlie thanks for the call tonight I appreciate the toll free number eight, fifty, five, four, hundred, fifty free like freedom. If, if somebody's giving you a hard time out there for not wearing a mask, you should shoot back with where your goggles. Ridiculous. Is What it is. And so they've been targeting people here in keene. By the way, there's a local business owner that of course, for those that don't know a week ago they passed an ordinance saying that all people inside or outside of businesses have to be wearing masks or else they will punish the business owner and I spoke with a convenience store owner today who? Understandably does not want to tell his employees that they have to become unpaid enforcers of the Qian's ordinance. He was like he points to the girl behind the counter and he says, how am I supposed to tell her to tell some three hundred pound guy when he walks in the door that he's got to put a mask on? Or like some hulking guy who could tear the store apart or whatever. Right if he wanted to or or beat her up or something like that I mean if What is this? WHAT SP? What's supposed to be the response? Are these? Are they supposed to call nine? One one when when somebody refuses? You wouldn't want to do that because it'll just bring the cops down on you. So you wouldn't want to call the police, its the SNITCH who are calling nine, one one, right but how do you enforce? Right? So what I'm trying to understand is, how did they expect a business owner to enforce something without calling nine one one eventually if if you tell somebody put a mask on or you have to leave Then if they don't leave, you could then call on your own customer but most people don't want to call the cops on your on their own because that's why I'm wondering like they are you actually supposed to be dialing nine one one in order take. Passer out if they won't leave on. Me Way you could have private security typical gas station doesn't the problem is that there's such percent there's there's a large percentage of the population where that's not going to work. Right I mean you're literally going to be punishing the business for effectively. It people's refusal, and that's what they're trying to. Be Legal I think was more of an anarchist as a kid than I thought because it's occurring to me that I worked in gas stations and convenience stores in record stores for years I. Don't think I have called the police a single nice on a customer I mean I took things away from people and value them out of the store but that was just me being. Five hundred, fifty, three, that's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. You can share your thoughts. In your mind this is free talk live. Remember when I heard about bitcoin. 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There are over four hundred, million websites in the world that use wordpress. Wow, that is a lot I have I have probably ninety plus percent of my websites running wordpress. So I'm pretty familiar with it. wordpress is the most popular and it runs almost a quarter of the entire, Internet. Wow. Amazing. And now, each one of those four, hundred million plus websites can easily earn bitcoin. With the click of a button. then. You can install the well. I you go to Bitcoin DOT com like you you're advertise. Just now, and then you can install the any pay wordpress plugin. Weight you can do that from BITCOIN DOT com. No. Well. BITCOIN DOT COM learn about Bitcoin is ready go your wordpress and search any pay in the wordpress plugin. Oh, like when you are on the plug INS page and you're searching through the directory of Plug Ins. There and plugging, you're going to have to back up a moment and tell me what exactly does the steelers this mining crypto on your? This is how you earn bitcoin on your wordpress door. So they have a plug in for the wordpress. Commerce. Right. Right. So I'm trying to understand how how we're the earning crypto part come into this. Okay. So there are many many many online stores that use wordpress. Right, this all goods and services online and you can install any pay to earn bitcoin came at your online store by selling things or. Other things already sold on your. Okay. We were talking about this to. Alaska where okay. So any pay now has a shopping cart support for some sort of shopping cart on wordpress. That's right and it's built right into the whoo commerce, which is the wordpress most popular one, right right okay. Gotcha. And it's it's so easy once you haven't any pay account, which is lots of the listeners already. Do you just put in your email address and then boom you're wordpress store can accept Bitcoin Bitcoin? Cash Dash. Bitcoin. Sp.. With zero fees. That's amazing. Cool. Absolutely, and so is this. Is it like one of those things where you got a shopping cart, you live at the products and then at checkout, you normally choose between paying via credit card pay pal and this adds any pay as a checkout option exactly right rent a car tape al any pay. Your customers will know what to do if they are already a bitcoin user and then you can earn bitcoin right to your wallet with no fees. Now, I have a question for you. Do you have to take credit cards or? Will this work independently of that? No, you absolutely do not have to have credit cards you could do. That's what I was asking. You can do crypto only acceptance. That's right. So you can accept from anyone in the world doesn't matter if their credit card is from Europe or South America or Asia and it it. You don't have to worry about that anyone in the world can pay you right to your wordpress. That's awesome. All right. So this is a big deal because you know as and it was just literally in the last hour when we were talking about any pay, we're we were talking about how it was originally focused only on brick and mortar real life merchants and I was saying that I know those guys that are working. On a solution for for online merchants and in theory, it is heard out there I heard that there was like a site that supported any pay like for for Internet sites and I was wondering if you know you know it has been expanded and so you're basically telling me it has been expanded. Yes. Any of those four hundred million sides can add any pay to earn bitcoin on their online store. That's pretty sweet. That's big announcement. Steven siler. What else do you WANNA share tonight Oh, Gosh. I had something. Great. I forgot it now well, I can tell you I think that any pay two point does were talking about. Because that is now a thing. So you've released your biggest update so far to the pay system there were a few bumps in the road and of course here in Kenya where the always the first to run into those bums. Yes. Working constantly using any pay and so we kind of brought a few things to your attention and you guys are working on. Some cool new stuff like turning people onto the best wallets out they're the ones that work best with with any pay. I know you guys are going to be focusing on that soon with this new two point zero software that is so fast. Now it used to be like you'd pay with any pay and it might be like three seconds on the fast. And then on the slower side, it might be a dozen or or. Definitely. A couple. The good couple of seconds there. It was painful. It was excruciating and but we cut out the middleman. And I WANNA I wanNA. Speaking of cutting out the middleman I learned something today about. Venezuela who which Venezuela is a very large country in South America on the Caribbean and at one point in twenty th century, they were the second largest economy in America. A huge they were prosperous and they've been wrecked by a Mafia that took over the government a military coup. And I learned something horrible today that. If you if if you want to pay someone in Venezuela or send money into Venezuela. From one bank account to another in Venezuela the government or the. The Venezuelan. Mafia they have access to your bank account and they scoop off a bunch right off the top every time you transfer. and. They don't do it. They could if they do it systematically all the time in Venezuela. So people have a real incentive to get out of the government money system there and get into alternatives. Now, you you guys had a guy down in Venezuela didn't you? Who is WHO's kind of promoting any pay to local merchants? How's it going down there? Have you heard how you know we've we've been actually expanding our Venezuela support and Just this month we had a very cool retailer or. Service from Venezuela, which I I wish we had here in New Hampshire. Where basically you text them and you say I want. Anything anything in town. You know I wanNA sub Sandwich I want. Some diapers I wanNA pizza whatever you want, and they will go get it for you and then they send you link to pay with any pay awesome tool and you can pay with bitcoin cash or dash or whatever you want. So now just just to clarify those and I wanted to set that up here there was. Sorry Stephen. There was a time at which the pay links were limited to fifteen minutes. Is that no longer the case or is that still? That is no longer the case. You'll see that it will. It will say it expired mud. If you refresh, it'll be back good to know at and so yeah. People are using this all day every day in Venezuela. Fun and exciting. All Right Steve I'm GonNa hold your feet to the flames on this one what has happened to the pay map at any pay map dot com sites been down for like a day or what? Yes I think it's technically nineteen hours it's been. Asked because. That's because we are in the middle of a relaunch. We're putting were consolidating everything into the any pay city. And Map was going to be there with the registry of of users and information about discounts and hold on. Are you saying the best map for all of crypto acceptance is going to get even better? Is that what you're telling me? It's going to be a whole lot better just wait and. All, right I'm excited. For keeping you waiting for. What it was it was dairy. J. Posted. On the pay telegram chat, he posted a small photo of a map showing way more locations saying that you guys were blowing up and you were taking on way more growth than you were expecting and so when I went to the map said, I couldn't pull it up and like Oh. 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Gears get away from all this mask madness that's just keeps getting worse and it's certainly no fun. And bitcoin unfortunately continues to get worse. But it's still fun to talk about Crypto currencies and all the alternatives bitcoin getting worse because more people use it in the fees go up. And it gets slow our BTC album I wrote that off the year ago you're using bitcoin is sort of the Kleenex term of Crypto. Yeah. Yeah. I that's is that a good idea to do that? I don't. I don't know but it's kind of. Call you know Mr of crypto currency. The thing is if you say. Cryptocurrency to most people they don't know what you're talking about. But if they say bitcoin they at least think they do right. They still don't know what you're. Better if they unambiguously don't know what you're talking about because. I always end up at throwing something in like now halfway through a spiel now curse say bitcoin. Bitcoin. I mean any CRYPTO bitcoin actually? I've actually gotten been surprised on a number of occasions over the years where people actually did know bitcoin was or didn't think. You know working at like. Like. One time I was at a big deal, which is a convenience store basically and asked and the girl who was working know about it and something about brother knowing being big into it, and then a lot of people have like a member who has gotten into it, and then like the barber here was super into, it that I found he started taking just started taking a Ryan just. Before he was into it before and so I was just the best. You can bring on if you can find a business owner who has already into Crypto, they haven't yet taken that step into accepting it at their business. They are the perfect prospect for it because they've already come far enough. They've got their own wallet. They've acquired some crypto they're into it that far. Yeah you just got get him to install any pay while it and you're done and it's not. Only. The only if you live right into the dentist when when when I got the help to get the dentist onboard, he also had heard of it at least like he wasn't a big into it but he had heard of it. So it's it's you know it's it's. More people have heard of it I think than. Really. Know anything about it but. They. Certainly out there I mean, it's been all over the news enough at this point I think it has and sadly there's a bit of a tragic story. Behind what's happened to Bitcoin BTC the original which? It's what brought all of us on board. I think it was bitcoin was the the real hot thing. It's still the number one cryptocurrency. The only thing when when I started a mile, it is very, very popular. It's talked about but it's in bad shape as far as right now I bet you're going to pay three bucks at least to send a bitcoin transaction. If you wanted to to clear within the next half an hour, it's hard to coal crypto currency at this point crypto currency it is. But if you can expense, it can't use it as a means of you know. And by a couple of with, it's not, it's like, okay it's more more like gold you call gold currency and now we are we got the gold back. Yeah. But actually. The goal? Right. But when I think of gold I think of gold bars and things like that and up until the gold back yes. I would say that was I would say, no, I don't think of gold as a as a currency. And so I, think that's kind of weird things are. So here's the story from coin. Desk Dot Com opinion piece by Evan who is the CEO and Co founder of one labs the team behind CODA protocol, which is a competing bitcoin or a bitcoin competitor, and it says that is a lightweight chain that affords all participants fully peer to peer permission list access from any device who controls bitcoin he writes hit it's not you. And it's a far cry from the decentralized Utopia. Many claim to be systems of power are rapidly asserting control over bitcoin and their incentives are not your incentives as an industry. We're at a critical juncture and we have to choose we either demand that these properties of user ownership and censorship resistance pioneered by bitcoin persist or we accept the facade of false decentralisation that has erected by a centralized regime. Our Revolution is being stolen, but it's not too late to take it back I. Let's take. A look at who controls the Bitcoin blockchain sixty five percent of its hash rate is in one country China globally about ten different organizations control ninety percent of the Hash power. These big mining pools are all linked together with dedicated networking connections. If I described you to a council of ten companies or if described to you a council of ten companies dictating the future of a product and more than half of them are in China and behold into a centralized government would you call that decentralized? Well. Would you? Yes because it's not really about who has the power it's about. Like you can have your own decentralized network right where you control all the nodes that doesn't mean it's not decentralized. Now that's there's there's something that he he may bring up a good point, but it's the decentralisation is the wrong terminology? Well, the thing is if you have. If if the power is vested in in the minors and all of the miners are under control of the same group of people bitcoin for the majority of that are unser the same group of people. The Chinese government than I you know that certainly does central recentralize the power that had been decentralized in a lot of ways. I think the word you're looking for Christmas distributed centralized right so where you know what you're your point is correct like at Bank of America has a dozen servers right? He centralized around the world technically that's decentralize, but it's not distributed into other people's hands. So it's still controlled fully by. Thank American I, think some people would quibble that that's not true decentralisation but that. Could be know maybe I'm maybe I'm maybe he actually did word it anyway let's Anyway, but that's a concern here that. Out. The control of bitcoin mining perspective is largely in the hands of Chinese miners I. I'm a little I'm a little skeptical was I was I was under the impression that the money had moved away from China. Actually, we did hear the news that China had made some things illegal with Bitcoin, but it doesn't appear that they've driven the miners out of the country entirely. So I don't know what the current legal status of that is in China if you do and you want to jump into the conversation and then the next question is if it's not if it's an illegal, is it really in control of the Chinese government? So is it really centralized I suspected is not under the control. As much as some of these Chinese corporations are controlled by the. Central Government there which so know how many of them are I mean is it that the illegal or the illegal mining has left the country and the only thing that remains in the hands of the Chinese government is that is that what's being sir? I don't know that's an excellent question though that deserves. I. Would say a little research he points out that is the state of bitcoin today. Maybe you don't care, maybe you say quote, even a fifty one percent attack would be fine by me because they're still economically aligned in the best interest of the protocol unquote you'd be very wrong, but you wouldn't be the first person to assume that a centralized power could represent your interests. Well, there are countless examples in history of misplaced trust in a centralized authority. Some of those authorities were beloved revolutionary's. Leaders, countrymen and members of their community. Everyone thought they love their country they won't do anything to cause harm. Well, Robert Mugabe. The former dictator of Zimbabwe for thirty years started his career as a beloved political revolutionary. He was instrumental in gaining independence from colonial rule at the time it would have been hard to think of someone who loved his country more but that was at the beginning before he amassed centralized. He ended his career causing mass starvation and social upheaval because of brutal misinformed and ultimately failed social and monetary policies. So pointing out that power corrupts and that giving people power is generally a bad plan. He says, the problem is never just a single leader. It's the system in which they're operating without checks against centralized power. What remains is to trust that it will all be. Okay. And it never is. So why would this time be any different meaning bitcoin? Why would bitcoin any different? Because Bitcoin is somehow inherently different because the person or people who created it had revolutionary ideas come on he says. He goes on the analogue of social and monetary policies for crypto currency is the rules of the protocol went discussion turns to updating or not updating these rules. Control suddenly becomes very important important decisions such as whether to scale the network as congestion gets increasingly worse or update the inflation schedule when block rewards will significantly diminish in two thousand, twenty four will be left to a small council of minors and we saw what happened the last time. There was a major upheaval in the world of bitcoin there is a schism. And this is one of the the sort of controls that's baked into the system meaning that if you don't agree with what the the programmers and the miners are doing on Bitcoin BTC, you can take your mining rig and you can go mind something else. You know the thing is to me I mean this. What this guy fierce has already come to pass. At least once I think when black stream moved in to the bitcoin development pool and got a lot of power in it I. Think it acted not in the best interests of Bitcoin and people like Roger Vir said, this isn't cool. 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The original one is it as decentralized as they'd like you to think that's what the individual over it Coin Desk Evan Shapiro is writing in his op Ed but first, we're going to go to the phones and to your calls and thoughts. Robert is on the line in Keene New Hampshire go ahead Robert Actually I'm at home. All right. So Hey I don't know if you guys caught this story or not, but there's GONNA BE A. Demonstration. Tomorrow Morning I clock in the middle of the common. Yes. I'll be man sneaking. and. You'll. A lot of people are really pretty. Upset about these bats to you know I. I don't blame us to. Be. Honest. And you know I'm diabetic if I got this virus if there would be catastrophic. I got bronchitis ain't nobody got time for that. For. The I I mean I. Can. Go I if I were to get their fireworks be catastrophic for me but I don't. Because I don't really has died from it. Had this file. The question are you going to be at the rally? Daviau? I. Am going to be there but. We'll be there on time I got to put a windshield vehicle. That's always fun. Yeah. So That's why won't build a meet you later on the season's evil know what you're saying is Robert even though you believe that you'd be particularly susceptible to injury from this virus you yourself are still willing to take the risk. Yeah absolutely. I'm not convinced. Your I don't know I just. So I'm doing everywhere, how many people have to start dropping dead before you be convinced, it's the Statistics Li. It's like really small and New Hampshire especially in this area relative to other areas in the United States in the world. So well, especially, the United States I think United States is up there in terms of the world. Anyway. I mean is is right on average in that, we've had seven deaths. And that's about one out of every thirty, two hundred people. Die figured the I actually figured these odds. On the last show we were on but I never never ended up saying but you know the thing is one out of every thirty two hundred people is very few. You know most people know about one hundred fifty. Thank you Robert for your call tonight. Definitely appreciate here from. You'll see at the event tomorrow morning in Keene New Hampshire. If you're New England and you're sick of these mask mandates, then come join the fun. It starts at eleven am right in the heart of downtown keene at central. Square we go to Caribbean Indianapolis you're on Free Talk Live Hello Kirby. Hey. Quick guys. Lead Tuesday evening there was an incident in Greenwood guys. All young lady wearing my ass began to yell and scream out or mother saw what was going on came out of the store told him to leave her daughter alone he gets it is car it gets an air soft gun and start shooting. Dad's first thing. Second thing is the Ninth Circuit Court overturned California's Bay and get so called high high-capacity magazine I heard. Because of the ninth circuit overturned as unconstitutional, and interestingly enough they determined that it was racist. Is Is my understanding I haven't read the decision yet. Interesting. Well, you don't ask most girls US Gordon six bullets are black. Lives matter. That's really funny. All right. What else? Kirby. You know it's just. Amazing to me that people would get that irate over someone. Wearing my If they would. Do something as foolish and pull out air soft gun 'cause someone with a real good and. Stop that. amphion they'd been in trouble because he didn't feel good but air assault guns don't ask don't look like toy. That's right. Curry thank you for the call. I definitely appreciate the quick news update there from. Kirby. In Indianapolis a great way to get a quick story out to by the way we're terrible at getting to the news. I've literally got. Fifteen tabs open here. So I've got more stuff than we could possibly talk about but a quick quick drive by news drop like that. That's always appreciate. It gets gets the news out quick about what's going on. So feel free to call in and join the show. Our toll free number is eight, eighty, five, four, fifty free like freedom some back to this story nobody you were commenting a moment ago and we were in the last hour talking about bitcoin and some of the concerns that are being. brought. Brought forth by Evan Shapiro in this story called Bitcoin, stolen revolution talking about how the bitcoin network is centralized at a lot of it's in the hands of Chinese miners and you were commenting on the idea that people can break away anytime they want well, people can break away anytime they want and and I think that his fear has already come to pass. In that you know I think the I think the block stream developers, which was a early come black bitcoin company. It, it controlled a lot of the developers. They took a lot of money on from companies like Mastercard for instance, a yeah companies that do not have bitcoins best interest at heart right and then they spent that money on these developers that you're talking about to hire of the key bitcoin guys and bring him on board with their team, and then they started espousing this particular viewpoint. That blocks dream had which was that they didn't want to scale bitcoin basically, really boil it down block stream didn't want to scale bitcoin in the way that would have worked to keep the bitcoin fees low and they didn't want to do. There is only one kluge that was really an Kluge in in programming is like a in inelegant fixes and for something that you. Can do very quickly. So it's a quick and dirty patch catch on, and the one Kluge that was available was to make the blocks block size larger. It was the only thing they couldn't they could have done would not have taken them weeks or months to implement, and they refuse to do it because that wasn't their favorite solution and as a result, a production computer system found itself. With unacceptable performance basically unusable that's right both in terms of time and in terms of Voss, scaled traumatically and and the slowness got really ridiculous as far as sending these transactions to the point where in two thousand seventeen at its peak it was costing as much as I think forty or fifty dollars to send some of the BITCOIN transactions out there some of them even more than that. But typically. Took two weeks and your typical transaction fee and a lot of cases in some weeks was ten, fifteen, twenty dollars. You'd be even higher than that seventy. Well, there was some of them that were that were that high, but the the probably the average fees are medium fees were as high as twenty or thirty bucks. Any old transaction cost you a very short period I. think it was on that but yeah, and it happened. And so what saying is nobody were already there. That's how once and it's continuing to happen today and the thing that returns the centralization to the ecosystem is or the decentralisation of ecosystem is the fact that yet the Chinese can can can hose BTC, let's say but they can't do Do all the CRYPTO cryptocurrency. That I think without a lot of without a lot more work. Would have a much harder time with H. for example, does assume that you know this power is within the government as opposed to individuals hands It's GonNa be a lot easier if it is generally in do business with Chinese corporations, right? Like, yeah. How many of them are actually owned by the government at some level? I mean the government a lot of control over large corporations i. don't necessarily know like if it's fifty percent, let's say. 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When we continue here with this piece, he says that in turn they can use opportunities to make decisions in their favour to consolidate power to siphon more of the value off the network to gain favor of local governments and any other number of things people in positions of power due to maintain their advantage. Perhaps their intentions are good. He's talking about people who are in control of Bitcoin Maybe they don't even want to be in that position. We have no way of knowing, and that's the problem when you're one of ten players who meets regularly to determine the future of gold two point Oh and you are defacto controlled by the Chinese government. Maybe you won't be the unbiased party that you aspire to be. We have no option, but to trust at everything will work out. So after a decade of Herculean efforts, billions of dollars invested in the hopes of an entire generation of developers and technologists we're essentially back in the same place that we started before crypto currency. The other Hong No. Wrong. Because there's a lot more cryptos than just bitcoin. I I wonder if this guy's a maximalist and there's I'd get that impression that he sees bitcoin and Bitcoin only and the thing is there have always been passing the problems correctly with bitcoin but he's ignoring the other options. Yeah I think he is and. You know there are. There are other ways around it. You know one of my big concerns from the beginning was that the the Federal Reserve having huge power of the purse. Would be able to basically do repeated pumping domes of Bitcoin to the point where it was unusable as currency, and that's another thing that I think. Yes they could do that to one coin, but they can't do it to thousands of coins. Much. Difficulty wouldn't that depend on the size of the market? Well I. Think it depends partially I'm the size of the market but also you have to think about coordination of a thing like that. You know it's it would require a lot of people paying attention to it could fifty one percent attack a lot of the other. Small. I mean right. Like I don't know I think it's just a matter I mean hopefully, it's just a matter of time I mean it's a bitcoin is already a huge market I mean it's we're talking about billions and billions of dollars, hundreds of billions, hundreds of billions of dollars or billions of dollars. Billion Right now yeah. Yeah. I think it's kind of. The. The two hundred billion was kind of the point I'm making I mean it's not. It's not that huge, but it is not that tiny anymore. Right A little bit more here from Evan. He says, the other half of the puzzle is that even outside of centralizing consensus your rarely if ever as sovereign as you think institutions oversee every step when you make a bitcoin transaction on coin base or finance, which are two of the larger bitcoin exchanges out there. Yeah. Absolutely. You don't make the actual transaction coin base and finance does you don't directly use crypto any more than you own your own data on facebook you're a customer of a new breed of big tech and so if you don't own your clothes all that's true I want it back up and say that's true to the degree that you're not accepting crypto yourself you're. Talking the only the people using these big tech, right what you need to start doing is accepting crypto from the get go to get around this sort of direct way directly for your products and services that you offer. Allows you to exactly using any pay plug in for example, in a wordpress shopping cart will now you? You know you don't have to go to joint base to buy your guy. You don't have to ask anything right? Even if you're buying it, you don't have to go to Clinton base. True to buy. You can buy it for me. You consider Hash in the mail and I will send you back crypto and a few suddenly Crypto I'll send you back cash in the mail. Beautiful nobody knows what happened. But me and ask anybody about my memory I ain't GonNa have no idea what the hell happened. By by mourn. So he does point out that this isn't coin based finance or any other exchanges fault. They provided a level of access to millions of users that would be impossible. Otherwise, this is how it has to be right now because crypto is so hard to actually use connecting to the network is completely inaccessible to anyone without access to server hardware and deep technical knowledge access to this revolutionary technology is locked behind some heavy and hard I think this is a little bit of an exaggeration. Hard to get crypto it's not that hard to spend crypto. It's not that hard to receive it either you are also a tech with. Am I am but. There are apps like the edge wallet which make it Pretty Darn simple and. Other done the line crypto through edge. Have you. I'm sorry. I actually have to yeah I think I did once it wasn't that hard. Basically, what it comes down to is you know I I see business owners who nothing about technology who probably don't computer using it without too much difficulty. I'm sorry but anybody who says it's it's difficult I think hasn't really attempted to use it use technology before. Well I'm GonNa say this to what he says here there's different levels of this. So so I don't know what he means when he says connecting to the network, but if he's talking about running a full node and getting in at that level then yeah, your typical business owner or your typical user is not going to have the technical know how to set up a full note even though that's not the most having no need to do that. They don't they I mean I get I certainly I get what you're saying there but if you wanted to get in and start mining. Yeah. That's not hat easy. Thing, do you want to get in on starting a bank? It's not that easy either like. I don't know I just. About Crypto is anyone who has that technical ability can get it certainly without asking and that's the thing it's like it's still easier to get into crypt than it is to get into starting a bank. Absolutely. So this idea to do that probably in opening a bank account, right? Exactly and this is especially for us. Yeah. Yeah. Especially certain people right and so I think this is. kind of like a bit of an exaggeration. Well, I. Don't disagree with you. But historically, cryptocurrency has been difficult for people to get into it has it's easier now than it's ever been certainly on, but there's still some difficulties right? Like it's still a learning process are still learning curve for people who are on the lower end of the technology literally, and it does take some desire. Willing to through a few hoops, especially because of the government four that's true to. A pretty good investment for Free Talk Live their ad campaign started in September two, thousand, nineteen from mid March to mid July the value soared by ten times. It's not too late. Davies new wallet hasn't even released yet and other things are happening that I can't even say on the radio. If you want to invest in potentially do well go to divvy project dot org I can tell you that F. T. L. is deepening. 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This is the most recent episode of Free Talk Live presented by Sales Cei- get interactive at Freetalklive Dot Com. This is free talk live and you can bring up whatever you want. Whenever is a fifty? Five, four, fifty, free like freedom eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three, tonight. You've got Ian with you nobody and Chris, and of course, you're walking away in on the discussion we're having about cryptocurrency and Bitcoin, and what is being described as bitcoins stolen revolution by Evans Shapiro over at Coin Desk Dot Com a piece that we've agreed with some of. Questions from the other party I think he he may have some sentiments that were in line with, but some of the excess in terms of his descriptions are. A bit over the top. His I don't think he's got a solution yet. There's only a little bit more of the story here so he's been complaining. About the situation, what is solution is he's got one. Are you going to do about it but I will tell you about a different cryptocurrency than Bitcoin Divvy D.. I V. I it is a newer easy to use cryptocurrency that we've been promoting here on free talk live and from mid. March to mid July of this year. The price of divvy increased by over ten times, and that's true both in dollar and bitcoin terms. If I recall correctly did he could continue to go up in fact, that's certainly their goal over at the TV team, their price did jump up in correlation with the release of their Beta Wallet. Now, of course, correlation is in causation but what will happen when they actually released the full while it to the public well I don't know but it freetalklive we're happy so far with our decision to hook up with divvy a year ago and you can go. To divvy project, dot Org and begin earning divvy by starting a master node new you WanNa talk about things they've made easy way easier divvy made one click master notes. So now master nodes, which is kind of like it used to be like a technical thing. You had to hire a guy if you didn't know how to run Olympic system or whatever you had to hire somebody to turn a master note on for you for some of these other cryptos like divvy. Sorry. Not to be Dash Dash is kind of what started the whole master note thing. Divvy literally made it a one click process. So Kudos to them for that and that's working right now over at Debbie Project Dot Org they've also got staking process for Divvy Dvi project, Dot Org. As we continue, we're going to go to your phone calls and thoughts more on. BITCOIN's allegedly stolen revolution what to do about it coming up here but let's Talk First Andrew in Ohio Listening Online Andrew Thank you. Yeah I wanted to talk about this vp now Kamala Harris. I was this article from last year. From reason, she wants to force companies to report pay data to the federal government and find them if they don't offer equal pay talked about fast fascism right there. What's the force them to report? What to the government of? Data by gender I'm inferring. Yeah. That'd be pretty funny if they report hours as well because there is a difference between how much money men and women wake there's also a difference between how many hours men and women work on average and they're actually pretty close to the same number. As sole debunked this forty years ago they get more hazardous pay. They account for ninety three percent of all works battalions they work more hours they're more likely to travel, etc etc who are men? Men. They. Relocate for their jobs more. There's twenty different ways it'd be bunk this but about forty years ago, it's still. And they're still harping on this crazy well, most people don't pay attention to debunking stay just listen to what they hear in the media, and of course, the media is basically a mouthpiece for the status, the via the two major parties out there, and so it definitely does come off as not. So much a sexist thing You know just you know this is this is what people do and this is the result of what people do. You, know. It's not necessarily intentional it's just It's it is what it is, but it has nothing to do with people you know paying men more. It's because the men went down a path where they do more of the jobs that pay better were they have a better education or whatever it is, and you end up with statistics that show that men make more on average, but it's not that much more anyway So and I think that's changing too. Doesn't it start to even out if you look at specific roles. Specific right right and like you have to, you have to distribute consider like you know some industries have a mostly male population right and other industries have mostly female population. So like there is like DC a lot of female roofers. No doubt it but I don't know like I don't know this is success for that. Don't see a lot of women dying work. Also, you know the allies have been dying at work either. Job At work yeah tha. A lot of them. But what else about Kamala Harris WanNA share. By gender pay gap really quick eight of the ten highest paying college majors men represent eighty percent of those at least eighty percent or more of those fields like. Computer, Science Mechanical Engineering Chemical Engineering Information Technology but I guess it goes back to us being libertarian. We gotTA educate people. We need someone on CNN or something all we have is stopped on Fox, news? I think. Still there thought startles as own thing. Kennedy Kennedy Kennedy girl. Business. The old MTV Jay Kennedy Yeah She's She's. Docile left Fox a couple years ago and he's doing his own youtube channel. Now he's working with reason, I believe in doing his own Utah. A couple of those videos are pretty he's doing great work I mean he's basically untethered. He used to Kinda have some level of leeway but there was always somebody at Fox or ABC that could tell him no, and now he can just do whatever he wants, which is nice. But it is amazing. We have election going on and no one's talking about the size of the government. They're not talking about any issues that we care about the. Virus. Why would they. They don't care what the Libertarians we're not a voting block of any significance for the most part. So I was I was just looking at the electoral college math and the only thing I was hoping for is that to sixty to sixty nine time Republican. Get the house in Thumb House. Somewhere they vote for Joe Yeah certainly, not Nash Nationally. Well, that was the interesting thing that the there wasn't a whole lot really praise brock pierce for earlier when he was on this week and we did an interview with him he's the Bitcoin or that's running for president as an independent. The most interesting thing he pointed out was that if there is a tie in the electoral college that it does go to a special. tie-breaker vote thing in the top three, it would be the top three. The top three, but every state has one vote. So, and if if a third party could get an electoral vote, then they get a chance at that particular tiebreaker, which could mean that Joe Jorgenson or Brock Pierce or somebody like that could actually have a a snowball's chance in hell of getting. Getting. Just have to win. There's a Nebraska and maim remember they break them up. So she would only have to win that one district in Maine I don't know. Is that close by us? Nearby but it's not close. Little segment main that has one electoral vote 'cause they break them up. Just, get that little sliver if only the Libertarian party could do anything. That would be amazing. Hey thank you. Andrew I definitely appreciate hearing from me if I had any faith that the Libertarian party could do anything on the national level, then I'd probably put some time and effort into it but I don't really being here new trump's. New Hampshire I wouldn't be in New Hampshire if it wasn't for the fact that Libertarians can't do anything at the national, I'd much rather put my time into activism here. Getting Libertarians if you WANNA work in the political system working on it here in New Hampshire where we actually have had people win. As both Republicans and Democrats here in New Hampshire. So it you know it's the migration movement. It's not New Hampshire specifically. New. Hampshire. Just ended up working out in terms of they won right. Place to set up a Migration Movement for. Getting like minded people together and actually being able to accomplish something you know hopefully eventually. Mean not just eventually it's. happening. We've already had sharing elections absolutely. As Libertarians but they've they win by running as Republicans and Democrats I'm sorry I didn't mean to say we haven't accomplished anything I just met tremendous success. You're absolutely right. We measure success. Yeah, and I'm sorry I meant what I meant was that if you WanNa, see more substantial success. More success more often if you independence for New Hampshire and you want a free society, you're not going to get where you are and by moving together. Maybe someday, we'll have it. Maybe we have a chance and we certainly have a better chance to the more people move. Yeah. We'll definitely small success all the time and you're going to see a lot of the the haters and the status leave because they're going to be. 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So the on your screen there courtroom or court rules, but it ties in like this if you don't. Put get a sizable percentage of the population to start. Pushing back on these people like judges, for instance. you. We don't have a chance. Everybody's gotTa start pushing back. The court ruled you're not gonNA. Get. It I. Mean. If you're planning requires everybody to do it, you might as well forget about it. But if you got ten percent of people to push back that'd be pretty significant. Well. Well, we low I Q people here in New Mexico. Starting to push back like if you. So if you go into a courtroom like I was in the courtroom telephonically other day, I listened to the people coming before me they're like. Yes your honor Oh I'm sorry your honor. I didn't know that your honor and then and then I come in there and Yeah and then and then I come in there and I noticed that the I don't know who the judge is and I've been on the phone half hours since the very beginning and she's never introduce yourself, and so I asked her to identify herself for the record because I haven't I haven't heard heard that and what I did is I don't think I have to answer to you and and what I say is object objection. And then she starts to tell me to be quiet and what what do I say objection and why why am I object king because I know the courtroom rules and in most courts in fact, I'm sure all of them there's a rule that has one number, another number and what it says. About courtroom decorum and so if I'm in the courtroom, if I've been summoned into court by my government to answer to something, which could possibly put me in a concrete and steel box, this is rather serious business your honor and when when I follow the rules and object in a professional manner to something that doesn't seem right so that I can preserve my rights for appeal and I say objection and you come back with I don't think I have to answer to you. That's rather unnecessarily argumentative and it violates the rule on courtroom decorum. Damn. So that's what you really wanted to say to her. I have I have those things to them. Wow did. Your house arrest you on contempt of court. I'm guessing you. Know, not yet now yet. But when when men with guns come, we just have a good conversation and talk smack about the judges anyway listen judge I'll see you next Tuesday. Right. You get more than just say contempt hearing. David thanks for the call man I appreciate the passion. And thank you for sharing that. By the way I'm going to be at a court in about five days and I'm hoping that can convince other people to wake up early and come out and join me for this because it's the first court hearing that New Hampshire has had in the last. Five months is this one of us or is this just? So it's just a court hearing just acord here. Yeah. I want to see what it's like I wanna see what they're doing now because they've totally rearranged the courtroom he's GonNa try to keep the public out. So I'm going to try to get in and we'll see how that goes. So the final thoughts here on coin desk bitcoin stolen revolution, the Guy Writing the story Coin Dot Com is Evan Shapiro a Crypto Guy, but he does appear to be a bit of a fanatic of bitcoin although he is rightfully outlined some of the problems with Bitcoin BTC, the original bitcoin right the slow the old the UN upgraded Bitcoin, and he's pointed some of these things out. Throughout his article and he points out that he believes that it's difficult to get into crypto currency and and you were talking about Chris. How actually surprisingly easy it is. We were talking off the air about the contest local contest here in the keene New Hampshire area for local radio listeners to give away crypto currency to those to those people, and I was talking about how you how it can be a challenge sometimes to get people to go through the basics. The easy steps that we're talking about like installing wallet. which is a great introductory kind of well, it's also good wallet for experienced users, but it's particularly good. I think for for newbies. But sometimes, it just gets gets stuck on some of the the real basics or just even finding the time or what they perceive to be the time they're going to need even though it's not as long as they think it's going to be to get through these things. So that's one of the big challenges is just getting people stop for ten minutes and focus on something new open their mind to try something different. You know take three minutes and watch the INTRO video while you're downloading the wallet, install the wallet and you're like you're done with intent. Yeah the hurdle is a lot smaller than I think most people's perceptions of the are and I think that's frequently the case You know for many things in life and it's just getting over that hurdle to do those. Do that thing that simple thing that you want them to do and and people were a time you know it's like there are so busy and it's like when they maybe when they responded they weren't as z but then by the time he responded back yeah they get busy right and so you end up losing people like no matter what it was even if hospital learn something, right even if all you had to do respond to an email with an address for. You know for somebody to send you something they may not get to reading the email because I mean lots of people don't read their emails but what is legitimate concerns I think I think the most legitimate concern here because I get where he's coming from where the miners. But again, as we pointed out, you can quit you can quit bitcoin and. Joined bitcoin cash or you can join dash or one of these other there staked coins as well. All these options but I think his biggest concern in this story is the coin basis of the world these big the equivalent services like the the Bank of America of Crypto there this massive institution they've been around forever they're completely obedient to the government. and. They have all kinds of know your customer anti money laundering requirements that make things difficult. In fact, one of our chatters in the D. Live. At Eli Dot, DOT FM why did I choose this user? That's his name. He says, the difficult part is getting it without know your customer requirements. Or getting scammed on some of the sites like local bitcoin or local calm me well. How do they get in touch with you nobody? What's the best way I mail you can get in touch with me at elect nobody dot com just sent an email to anybody at that address or invisible hand dot com since it's really a church project or I'm sorry invisible hand dot church. Okay. Because it's really a church project together. To get crypto out there, you can get me through the D. Live or I'm sorry through the discord server. If you, send me a private message on that I'm not on very much but so emails best way to do it, which is I. Yeah Ideals Probably Beth until we can remove these barriers are these these barriers he says, big tech exchanges are the only option. You may not be a customer of Goldman Sachs or Bank of America yet, but you're dealing with the same type of players with different face setting the rules to maximize profit from you for their shareholders and collecting every mouse click and transaction crypto was supposed to protect us from this but instead it's given us new names with the same misaligned incentives crypto wasn't Supposed to be like this we wanted a permission La- system where users set the rules, we wanted a revolution we got a new financial toy for a small handful of wealthy companies and individuals. Some may say that's exciting but I say crypto can be more if this is the peak of crypto impact we're in for a sad reality when we wake up and realize that all we did was transferred financial power from an old guard of centralized institutions to a new guard playing the same game. This revolution isn't over, but we urgently need to steal it back. That's what he has to say well, come up with a better system. I mean, that's this is what's great about Crypto it's. One of these things that you have the ability to fork it and. That basically means you can. You can copy and paste some code and and if you can make the right tweaks and you can get people on board with it, you can you can. You can you can do better I, like for them. If they can't take a joke, I like the decentralized exchanges. Absolutely I think it's I. Think they got promise I like atomic decks as my favorite of the decentralized exchanges. That I've seen so far if you're looking for one to experiment with I heard, they had a new wallet release on that the one we tried nobody was pretty buggy and it was not in good shape. But atomic decks is interesting because it's open source it's an open source to centralized exchange protocol. So anybody who wants to implement that within their wallet. So it's not just this one program, it can be multiple. People that can get into this. Yeah. There's there's several already out there. I've Seen Python implementations atomic. DAX. Offense but the volume is still low is not very busy system and so people need to have the incentives to get on there and so you're still in they're still growing pains going on here in the world of Crypto. But that's because it's still early. Really. Early, in the scheme of things, it's only been a decade in the timeframe of monies like Helen's Goldman money. It took forty years for credit cards to get out. So stick with it, and if you're not into it, yet get into it. See Tomorrow night. Remember when you first heard about bitcoin how long did it take you to realize this little projects would soon change the world. The you kind of wish you had got involved sooner well, now's your chance to be a part of the next revolution in money answer coin is working. So finally crypto go mainstream it's designed to be scalable enough to support every payments in even elections without the state.

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