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Short-handed Clippers rally to beat Nets 120-116

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Short-handed Clippers rally to beat Nets 120-116

"Eric Eric Bledsoe Bledsoe scored scored a a season season high high twenty twenty seven seven points points while while Terrence Terrence Mann Mann and and Reggie Reggie Jackson Jackson added added nineteen nineteen apiece apiece and and the the clippers clippers down down the the nets nets one one twenty twenty to to one one sixteen sixteen LA LA was was missing missing their their head head coach coach and and much much of of their their normal normal starting starting lineup lineup including including Kawhi Kawhi Leonard Leonard Paul Paul George George and and Nicholas Nicholas but but tomb tomb all all injured injured but but man man says says Bledsoe Bledsoe has has emerged emerged a a team team leader leader in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter amazing amazing job job again again downhill downhill in in the the sand sand you you know know find find a a people people or or finishing finishing form form so so and and that's that's what what he he does does best best the the nets nets wasted wasted James James harden harden seventh seventh triple triple double double in in game game high high thirty thirty four four points points Kevin Kevin Durant Durant added added twenty twenty eight eight and and nine nine rebounds rebounds but but the the nets nets are are now now open open to to since since he he returned returned from from a a three three game game absence absence in in those those health health and and safety safety protocols protocols I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Eric Bledsoe has big 4th quarter, Clippers hold off Celtics

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00:44 sec | 1 year ago

Eric Bledsoe has big 4th quarter, Clippers hold off Celtics

"Marcus Marcus Morris Morris led led LA LA with with twenty twenty three three points points and and ten ten rebounds rebounds well well Eric Eric Bledsoe Bledsoe chipped chipped in in with with seventeen seventeen points points ten ten in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter including including a a key key three three pointer pointer down down the the stretch stretch as as the the clippers clippers beat beat the the Celtics Celtics ninety ninety one one eighty eighty two two but but so so on on the the key key to to victory victory everybody everybody played played a a great great flow flow with with each each other other the the guy guy says says and and we we have have a a mark mark brown brown Jaylen Jaylen brown brown led led Boston Boston with with thirty thirty points points but but was was just just one one for for thirteen thirteen on on three three pointers pointers yes yes a a lot lot of of shots shots both both clubs clubs were were short short handed handed the the clippers clippers sign sign for for James James and and this this the the third third on on a a ten ten day day contract contract Tuesday Tuesday evening evening but but I'll I'll fight fight okay okay air air crew crew availability availability gents gents are are going going to to actually actually park park it it and and she she go go there there live live oak oak big big do do some some cardio cardio run run I'm I'm Ben Ben Thomas Thomas

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Curry has 33 points, Warriors beat Clippers for 8th straight

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00:32 sec | 1 year ago

Curry has 33 points, Warriors beat Clippers for 8th straight

"Steph Steph curry curry delivered delivered thirty thirty three three points points in in the the warriors warriors ran ran their their winning winning streak streak to to eight eight games games with with a a one one oh oh five five ninety ninety decision decision over over the the clippers clippers curry curry had had thirteen thirteen points points in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter helping helping Golden Golden State State improved improved to to eighteen eighteen at at two two heading heading into into Tuesday's Tuesday's showdown showdown with with the the sons sons Otto Otto Porter Porter chipped chipped in in eighteen eighteen points points and and Jordan Jordan Poole Poole added added seventeen seventeen to to the the victory victory as as the the warriors warriors improved improved to to seven seven or or no no on on the the road road Golden Golden State State led led by by just just one one late late in in the the third third quarter quarter before before embarking embarking on on a a twenty twenty six six nine nine run run Paul Paul George George led led Los Los Angeles Angeles with with thirty thirty points points and and Eric Eric Bledsoe Bledsoe and and Marcus Marcus Morris Morris each each added added thirteen thirteen I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie

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"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

04:18 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"I'm going to say they dole for you. They're they're coming around to realize. I'm i'm i'm actually pretty intelligent. And i just off a goofy atmosphere for fumble. Yeah i mean a lot of you think. I'm like external fan by the way. Thank you those really nice of you and likewise you know. We talked about this on the phone today. I want to have you on my show as well. We just haven't figured out the logistics equipment. We only have two microphones. We want to quality to be a certain in whatever but we definitely want to have you on my show. Thank you for having me on roars. And you're definitely one of the people you in san tripoli and you know a few others who who and fired me to do this. So thank you for inspiring me to use some really psyched. I could be there. I mean wow i got the magic touch. It seems leads. Hey censored rock in the charts and yet yeah. Obviously folks go to bledsoe said salt. It could search that wherever podcasts are found spotify apple and all the resins there anything else. You wanna leave us with before we go here. I i do have a twitter. It's ryan de bledsoe and it's my personal twitter and you know i just used that for the podcast because the thing about this is i guess. I should say what we're doing is unique. This is. I don't know this has ever been done. Where somebody has this real documented experience and they kind of do a mix of like anecdote plus analytical. What we're doing is basically like a podcast documentary to. It's a great meta project. So i think people will enjoy it so feel free to check us out. Blitzer such dot com and then like mark said other other places like apple and whatnot right. Well tara thank you for joining me. Ryan. thank you so much for joining us. Thank you and listeners. Enjoy the moment wherever you are where we in the now.

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"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

07:38 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"All the physical data that they had found didn't really single bit of it on the documentary. And what they did so in talk about smear. What they did was a pull the fast on my dad. They said we'll be at your property at nine. Am tomorrow nine am comes around ten. Am comes around the next day. We're expecting him to be here any minute. They're all flying in from l. a. Whatever my dad gets a call after they were supposed to have or property the documentary crew by the way and they said hey change of plans. Were on this hotel out. On so-and-so highway out you know out by where we will can you at the hotel. My dad's assure drives thirty minutes or whatever to the hotel gets there. Somebody greets him at the door and says hey we need to take into a conference room. We're going to begin filming. Walk down to this room. There's fight lights and cameras in his face. Boom sit down with an fbi agent and start with a lie detector test before they filmed a single on the thing. Now if you watched the documentary they show that last and they conclude the documentary with that. My dad is lying and being untruthful but what happened in that room before stating show this part. They asked thirty plus questions over four hours until my dad finally got an inconclusive in aired that to the world on the documentary. Wow that sounds like the type fake tutut a like a spy or something like yes you know. This is a person who had other in calendar treating it like. He's still nuclear coats. Yeah yeah mary ryan by everything that they found. Did you get the the the eleven years of research that they collected like. Did your family get to keep. That will no no on. These are now that that is a little bit of a inlet. No i don't i just want to verify. So the the nasa guy investigated us for eleven years. The move on and discovery channel team and get investigated as for a few months actually found a bunch of data and then didn't give any of it tools and you know they lost the regression audio or whatever. But i've got very good news. Just i think it was yesterday. I got my hands for the first time in fourteen years. i got my hands on my father's original regression. Just total synchronous. If you want to copy all gladly send it to you. I got my hands on it. It's it's it's transcribed audio version. I mean transcribed text version of the audio. That's pretty epic. And i'll i'll definitely be releasing that i her soon i would recommend you put it with. Ipf s. or something in a way that it's backed up and secure. It asked me like deleted. you know. Copy it onto a usb file the buried in the backyard of somebody hack man in all. There's so many ways but not to go off on the tangent. I mean it's just mind boggling. The you know how these two realms intersect. And i wonder you know obviously having such a brush with these people you know experiencing them knocking on your front door quite literally you know. What are your thoughts on the real objectives. I mean people after nine eleven. I remember in green stuff up about that. And it's like well. These people are just protect our country which you see them investing so much time in harassing investigate quote unquote someone like your father. Who's had an experience that you didn't ask for that to happen to. It's not liking. We ounce summoned eurostrike strike against the city or something like that. I he wanna listen like villainous way. So why are all these new sources being you know. What's your thoughts on that. I think this is our lis. I think that these groups at the top of society. And i mean the top cop like above the cia. You know they are rows. Rock voted all these big. You know mega rich people whenever we. Yes the puppy of astros. yes i believe. They have access to advanced colt knowledge. And i believe they were saying they were righty ouster. Crowley all these other people. They were writing it in their texts that we were going to enter a new age now. I believe that's why they started so many decades back with the alien story. The physical material worldview roswell crash and all that garbage foot now. I believe they started with that so early. So that by the time we were actually going to approach age of aquarius and people start seeing these real lights in the sky that they've planted this seed of discord so that people will be totally confused by what's going on. Yes so. I think they showed up on our property. They knew without a doubt. Just from that report i mean. He drew beings down to the description of is in the triangle on their chest when they came to to to do the investigation. They had drawings from nine hundred fifty two where people had seen them. They had seen the same craft in the same beings. And that's why it from the jump. They knew my dad's tone truth. Personally i think they came to get a handle on the scenario. Put out the documentary in a way that made us really gone. We were lying so that it wouldn't get bigger because naturally the narrative is not that it's not the beings that you know. The bledsoe's are seeing the narrative. Is these physical launchers. These aliens that are riding around in these firings saucers and they're gonna invade us is a documentary coming out soon. Actually from my friends made it. Unfortunately that the talks about that like we're being invaded. What's going to happen. We get invaded. it's bullcrap we're not being. there is no alien invasion. That's not going to happen. That's not true. That's not possible. It's all a lie. Yeah yeah. I might know exactly which one you talking about but i. I think this is part of the deception. Like you're saying they have this higher knowledge this esoteric knowledge a neighboring guard. You know ossis unworthy of it so they give us the exit teric knowledge and this is funny considering what we kinda offhandedly mentioned about the newest tinfoil hat episode is they called those world fairs expositions. And i'm oh ho lick my wonder what the asp position this. The sloughed position. I dunno allow a word play going on in my mind lately. But you know these these groups certainly between you and i we know are manipulating these other rooms. So yes as far as the inner dimensional being slow seems to be that they had always a benevolent nature way or your interactions with them have been nothing but the knuckle so you know as far as people who say well all these aliens are controlling us and they want to hurt us and they're destroying us. What are your thoughts on on that. The people who are afraid of these like you know aliens out there. What would you say to them. I think it's untrue. Not what you're saying. That people are afraid of it but untrue. That what they're afraid of. I don't think there's any aliens that are coming versus. I don't think i don't necessarily know that. That's possible. I i'm i'm starting to wonder with a lot of my brain power meaning like i'm devoting a lot of time and energy thinking about. I'm to wonder if we might be in a row or what they might call us. Emulation talk about.

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"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

08:18 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"I'm sure you know this just for the listeners sake. I'll i'll go into a little bit. There have been government spies and spooks and things like that. Who have meddled with our family. Life since i talk about a lot publicly. The dies down And they sneaker sneakier with their messages. Trolling a one on. But there have been some death threats and again let me just totally reiterate who i'm talking about for the audience. Who has no idea of. Or what i'm saying when the documentary was filmed so my father had this incredible encounter in two thousand seven on the cape fear river. In north carolina it was like entered. It was beings of light inter dimensional phenomenon. I mean it was. It was incredible so much so that when he reported to move on which is the mutual ufo network. It's one of the big you know. Ufo intelligence collection arms and they pose as being this little volunteer organization. But they're not it's very intelligence just like most things out there are right like you guys know this your conspiracy chef up government involved in everything so when my dad did his port within days he got a call back like oh my god you know the the description of what you drew and experienced the craft the beings it matches some reports that we have from the nineteen fifties. We want to your property next thing you know the discovery channels on our property shooting a documentary. And they tried to smear us and that snowballed into us getting involved with like cia. People pentagon nasa people. I mean when i was fifteen years old. I was home for the summer. Because i was out of high school. You know summer break. And i get a knock on the door. And it's a guy from nasa and then he he was in our family seems like every few months he'd be driving from cape canaveral just to stay with us in in right up little investigations on this one. I have a tech tyke right here. Tech tight thing is eight hundred thousand years old. It was given to me by the guy. Nasa he just came he was actually the world authority on tides free call. His name is pablo myer. I'll have you actually. This is really interesting. Have you heard anything about the australia. Tech tight maybe not getting network correctly but all of these tech tights that sort of exploded in one. Big bursts bursts fenton was just talking about this on his appearance on tinfoil hat. And i'm talking about on the higher side as well. But i know bruce by the way we know each other. Yeah axelrod yeah. We know each other. Yes so bruce's talking a lot about tech tights recently. And i have a couple of tek tights in just from purchasing them at different crystalline mineral stores. And i. i've always been fascinated by stones. I have one stone called the nebulous. Dome which is also purportedly from meteor. You know explosion or or finding but what are your thoughts on on that. Have you looked into minerals at all. Is it just like a keepsake. Or yeah i mean it's like keepsakes so okay so we're gonna conspiracy here let's hear it. Let's do it so again. When was fifteen because the this the original counter. happy. When i was thirteen. Remember for it was my father. Chris bledsoe senior. I was just a little kid. But i was round. And after the documentary aired. This seem like that following summer is when we the knock on the door and it was the guy from nasa and he investigated us for eleven years and haggis would showers with gifts. You also gave me this nine thousand ero. He gave me all kinds of little goodies like when my sister graduated college. He drove out twelve hours just to see her college graduation and then he gave her this like real silver coins from the bad again and he would showers with these gifts. Now the conspiracy. You know thinker in me question. Everything question everybody. Even when they're nice. I think they may have been showering us with all this. Just hypothetically here right as i really do know these people so tricky for me to speak out against people i know. Hypothetically it's like what if they were showering us with all these ships so that we wouldn't really go talk about him. Nor i mean i. Yeah exactly but it took me until i was twenty seven to get to that thought too until twenty seven since i was fourteen to twenty seven. Took me that long to figure out. Wait what if they're being so nice for a reason right now with anybody at risk even push the at a little hop ardor on the floor here ryan. I mean if you if you were to speak out. And they're niceness didn't work on you what would happen is there things were mark. I'm already doing it so i'm just wondering like you know you handle it. Said so the most thick the alabama sure not. I mean you can ask question very happy to answer. i just. This is your show. Rather own. Although i i just mean like this process because it is a process and you know one our to our conversation can only get so much but then i encourage people to join the journey which you is it starting because as this unfold pseudo over your show. I'm sure more memories even will come to the forefront of it is that's the that's the cool thing sorry to cut folk. Oh it's okay. It's very cathartic because as we go to the drawing board and we figure out where we one of the next wanna talk about next and and we're we're thinking of of telling the story in a fully comprehensive way from us and it just like all. These memories are coming in and flooding back. And here's a cool little thing. I'm not gonna announce this to like my following or whatever. But i figured it'd be cool to tell you definitely might be a hypnotic regression for me and my siblings in the works. I have found somebody credible in my area and it's not super expensive and she's already agreed to do it. It's just up to me to pull the trigger on a the money and a mighty getting my hands on so pretty epic hypnotic regressions for for you know me and my siblings. Something that was never offered tools. But you would think that they really had our interest in hartwick named than trying to regress. All you know yet to really get to the bottom this but more often than not these three ladder maybe even four letter agents caesar behind cover-ups concealments and and just straight up destruction of information as you has been the key suppression muesli. Bring up the the smear campaign anzalone discovery channel which is most likely. I mean they're owned by the same company that owns the history channel which is smithsonian. I'm i'm pretty sure which how they go all. Isn't it disney. Well yeah and they probably. They probably almost was funny without the. I don't know. I don't want to speak out of turn here and say something that's all true but it's all in the same realm and get. Yeah i'm just like curious. Is that how far it went. Is there any cases where things what missing. Yes holm and things yet yes. My father had a laptop that we went out to dinner or something one evening and we came back it was gone. The only thing left was the cord. My father is a very particular man he left. It seems fought every night. There have been things to go bump in the night now. There was a lot of poltergeist activity to life. That's what i'm saying about the bump in the night. But he definitely had a computer missy and he has some things on there that were sent to him by people in intelligence communities. Let's see things go missing. Yes so many years ago when my dad called Like i said they did a hour and a half brushing right for the documentary sake. They only showed four minutes of the regression. My dad called them to get a copy of the they literally told him a lost the tate. You would think they're telling us in person. They did a documentary about us. This might have been there. Most famous case ever move fonts it might be. I don't know. I mean it probably is. Why would they lose that tape. Typical story typical story. They came to our property. They got evidence of the ground that there were radiation marks from where little beans and walk around and stuff you know trees in our backyard had decayed fallen. Apart because of radiation. They never released any of that..

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"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"There just us or something i don't know but yeah that'd be awesome right like an episode with my dad or something incredible but yes so. He lives on a body of water and in his first experience was on the cape fear river. I'm so sorry mcadoo. Not my computer he lives. He had his first experience at the cape fear river which is not very far away and yet seems like most of his experiences have been by bodies of water. I don't really know that the phenomenon care so much about the geography of the land. My instinct is that it's probably that they're going to interact with you when you're in a more secluded area so that other people who maybe weren't supposed to see something won't see it because despite what people think like why don't they just show up if the real blah blah blah under free will and this really is a destiny thing. I truly believe that as we get closer to the age of aquarius. And that's very important. I think for the development of human consciousness. You know it's only going to go to the next level in the next age right. It has every previous age. We've hit new philosophical knowledge technological knowledge etc as we get closer to the age of aquarius. I think more people around the world are going to start seeing these orbs and they're going to realize they really are lying about this stop high. They show up to people who are supposed to see them. I feel like when you're ready. Not necessarily like you're supposed to or not but when you're ready and i don't think that these orbs these things are just going to show up in times square for for billions of people around the world will see on tv. They don't really work like that very stinky very subtle. And that's why. I think they showed up at these water when my dad was around because they were very secluded. And can you speak to maybe. Why obviously preparation place on your behalf lights and leave and purpose and whether you're purposes to even interact with these like did your father need an exceptional life in any way that would have may be foretold such a fortuitous of nine. I mean obviously this white lady glowing yo magnificent entity that the rights relationship with. It's you know. I'm curious how someone stumbles into that or if it was sort of predestines. I think it's a mix of both that. I think everybody's lives predestine and a lot of people might not like that but it is what it is. I really do believe that. My dad did a so. Let me just little bit to address question in two thousand seven for just for the listener. Who who who may not be familiar. You know just to say it. There is a documentary about. My father was on the discovery channel. I believe aired in two thousand eight. I'm really on that. I was a little kid. I haven't really watched it much. But so his initial encounter happened. Two thousand seven right so when they did the documentary it was a total like smear job. But what they did do was. They brought a hypnotic regression like a legitimate hypnotherapist and they did a regression for my father. And what was the question you had just asked. I was bringing on a reason very well on curious to to know if there was anything exceptional about your father's thank you at minutes. Yeah thank you. I knew i brought it up for reason. I'm sorry i'm very. Adhd you've heard my show you know we've gone down to so that was one of the things that came up in my dad's regression. Was that the these in. You know like under hypnosis that the entities had told him that he was chosen to live this life before he was born in the his soul comes from another place. Now that's gonna sound really weird. But i think everybody may have in some former fashion chosen their life before they lived kind of like some soul contract kind of thing so yeah i don't know i think it's a mix of destiny and a mix of just like kind of random encounter you know but the life he lived actually was pretty extraordinary before all those stop. He was a self made millionaire. Grew up on a form you know up until he turned eighteen and then it was like you know we'll get a job kinda out in the south dirt roads back then. It was a lot of poverty around here and he became self millionaire but he was very philanthropic like he just wanted to give the clothes on his back to everybody. He employed a lot of his friends and family members. I mean it was a pretty big operation and through a sequence of events and just getting really physically and mentally sick because of a combination of crohn's disease and toxic medications. He he pretty much gave the business away and went broke and it was like the next year this encounter happened than than in our lives change but yeah it a pretty extraordinary life from rags to riches to rags and you know and most people don't really go through that most people don't really manifest all this money and then just you know go down the to with. I'd that's pretty movie. Where and i i would say it. Just it back in the thought of like this karmic flow and right and wear your father was when he was in orly man how he pushed past his circumstance to create abundance himself in that way and then in Almost flipped turn when the material abundance is taken away. There's this spiritual abundance exactly that teague out of place and yet now even has the effect on sure inspiring. Many other people will listen to your show and and have heard about your father's store you right and maybe that answers. Some you know unanswered questions in their life. Have you had many people reaching out. I mean have you felt like an effective like magnetism from your father being so transparent and honest getting story out there. Yes absolutely i can confidently say. This is not an exaggeration. Since i was thirteen years old and my father had this experience so just frame of reference. I'm twenty eight now. Justin fourteen years that this story has been out there like in the collective consciousness. Whatever tv you name it. And i can confidently say that we've come into contact with at least a thousand people in one way or another just and i just mean in contact with like see face to face come to a property on the phone messages not to mention the thousands and thousand there who've read about it and you know tweeted at us or left a comment on youtube video or something but yes it's it's it's a very magnetic cool in homer god. I'm agile on the computer. She's very needy. She was abandoned as a kitten. But i would say we're with my cat. Does this if that's all right out front of the show alex stein. That has a cat he calls keyboard. Kyle woo assistant. Lee presses keys while he's doing livestream so you know it's the bledsoe said so has a similar accusation. It was so. I was saying i was saying something about oh we had the magnetic pool so lots of people have come in. I would argue. Maybe just common sense. I don't know. I mean it's it's a lot of years that i haven't really been out there to like speak my mind. And maybe maybe this competition i would say because it's true because this phenomenon really did come to our property. It really did happen. And i think people are kind of magnetically attached to the truth. You know that's why like your show other shows. Like obviously sham. In many other. That greg carl water on my god or even hiking gray miracle all these other shows out there. That are getting really big. It's because you guys you're speaking about things that are true in that resonates with people same phenomenon. yeah absolutely. I'm glad to welcome you into this community. I'm pretty new to it myself. But yeah it feels right at old veer. The have personal encounters within your family now as far as the magnetic pole. I mean it hasn't just attracted positive. Influences positive enforcing semi role. No you are correct. There have been..

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"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

06:49 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"Us into a weekend. Your life ryan congratulations on everything going on. What's a weekend. The life of ryan bledsoe a week in the life of ryan blitzer. It's free ordinary. These days i go to work typical nine to five type thing. Come home you know. Get on the phone. And we have these little powell's about like what are we gonna do for our next podcast episode and then you know. I guess you only asked about a week. But every two weeks we have these big things where my co host and his wife come to our place and we just record for hours and hours and hours so it's actually funny as much content as we have right now and and with the numbers were getting. We've we've barely had a chance to like get together in person and work on his podcasts. It's it's usually five days a week work in a career or something totally mundane united. I'm an insurance. i'm an independent broker. And so he gets really. Yeah yeah that's funny. We were just listening to that sort of tinfoil hat they're talking about the world's fairs tartari and how all these great fires are associated with that. And i was digging into it and what came up funny. Enough is insurance because the development of the modern day insurance companies that was really hand in hand with fires to some of these buildings were still needs to be burned down because of the way their bill. I guess that's one way to put it right. I or built to be destroyed in a sort of bob tree plan way but yeah it's really interesting the whole i don't want to go too far into you. Know that room yeah professionally but but yeah very mundane in a conspiratorial realm. Nothing is mundane even insurance ryan right. No i'm right there with you man. I'm right there with you but the the nine to five you know schedule of it. It's it's pretty boring but yes yes i. I would not doubt that there was some sort of conspiratorial construction behind the whole insurance thing. I mean it's it's definitely got its regulations to make no sense but right you know well i'll say you know you're not the average person working at nine to five might be As mundane to the average person but someone who's had pretty profound experiences in your life your family you know one is working at a job like that feel like i mean you kind of like try to keep the you know ps and qs and not mentioned aliens around the water cooler or does it slip out every now and then i'll tell you what it's pretty living such a crazy like fantastic light and seeing phenomenon. You know this this inter dimensional stuff in in these lights in the sky on a frequent basis. Every time i come home to visit my family at seems like we get together and see something and then you go to work and you have to sit at a computer for eight nine hours a day. The podcast way more fun. I can tell you that in my recent job. I'd have let the cat out of bag about the ufo stuff. There's been jobs in the past for. I might have worked for close to year before. I even mentioned it. Because it's the kind of thing when you're in the normal world the world you know the the the retail world or whatever. You mentioned this kind of thing and it can destroy relationships. People can look at you funny. It's it's something. I i keep pretty guard. But it's out of the bag where i currently won't so in your case it's more of like the community thinks you're family's crazy and the sense rather than thinks you're crazy. It seems like your family is pretty. You know at this point all on the same page. As far as what's going on zach true or is that incorrect impression. It is true the only thing is my mom is the funniest thing you might have. I'll tell you a little anecdote to kind of answer that question. Go ahead okay. So this really nice. Individual who writes for a magazine called harper magazine. It's like new. York city's oldest magazine one of them. I'm not sure if you've heard of it. And he came to stay with my dad a couple of weeks ago and he spent the whole weekend. Kind of like you know doing some groundwork for us a write up for harper magazine and he laughed for two days after this because my mother. I don't know if you've seen the documentary about my dad but my was kind of like very skeptical of the whole thing. She's she's really into the ufo. She's she seemed them. She's experienced if he knows the real but she doesn't like talking about it in the funniest thing happened when the guy was there he got to see the lights like by the way. I want you guys to come see. We definitely gonna work out nap. Selena i know we were. We're very interested in in checking that out for sure. Yeah for sure. That'll be ethically you and tear come out. We'll have a blast. But so when. Sam was there with harper magazine. He got to see some of the lights for himself and what he laughed about for two days was my mom. You know he. He was trying to make people the family. And he's like yvonne. Tell me about yourself. And she's goes into this whole Not really into this stop. i don't buy it. I don't. I'm not you know a big fan of talking about thinking about it. I just focus on life. Oh look there's an orb in the biggest one of the whole weekend. She pointed out as she was telling how she's not into it. So that's my family's like that so normal to see this phenomenon that my mother who's the skeptic still sees it and still is not impressed by it that's how many hundreds or even thousands of sightings we've had since i was thirteen seriously funny so orbs or something that came up. Recently on one of our chips to woodstock new york. I found this strange book. All abou- orbs. And unfortunately all i was able to do is take a picture of the cover. I did purchase it. But i think this is fascinating area because it comes up in a couple different fields of year. You know people who are really into sasquatch talk orbs obviously uso researchers the study group. People you know have these words that appear around megalithic sites and even cry circle so in. I've always been fascinated by orbs. Never seen i the first time i heard. It was obviously like ripley's believe it or not something to that degree one of those books but for someone who's actually experienced or what to the best of your abilities. How would you describe it. Someone who maybe never heard they were.

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"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy

"I c. To see everything we're doing behind the scenes and specifically thus seen that is the synchro mystic exploration of the ever expanding now which is a podcast. It's also a video series so please join us there and check it out and if you join the patriot on we have a bunch of tears that you can be part of Tear maybe just Groups just means you could give me as much money as you want and if you give me thirty three dollars a month you have to do it every month but if you do at one time i'll send you a book from my own personal collection and we're going to give a shoutout to tasha patterson and her husband and we also got to give a shout out to elizabeth. They both just joined the thirty three dollar best friend book clubs so shot to you ladies. We really appreciate you being here and with that folks. Enjoy this fantastic episode with a close buddy of mine. Someone who is just the kindest student we talked on the phone. He tells me what's going on in his life. He's invited me multiple times. Go visit him. And i'm gonna take him up on that but you'll hear that and more in this conversation with my buddy ryan bledsoe and be sure. Check out his podcast. Bledsoe said so. It is not hard to find. Because i'm telling you folks it's huge. Can i go a little lease. I just wanna terrified industries. What you're saying about being in a certain vibration nature pills comfortable Fly in and out of this gorge color. Intelligent light light works dance around. I don't think there's any aliens ever come into versus. I don't think know that awesome..

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Clippers Trade Patrick Beverley, Rajon Rondo for Eric Bledsoe

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Clippers Trade Patrick Beverley, Rajon Rondo for Eric Bledsoe

"The clippers have reportedly acquired veteran guard. Eric bledsoe from the grizzlies. They will send patrick. Beverley rajon rondo and daniel otaru to memphis and the deal. This'll be bledsoe's second stint with the clippers. He was drafted by the team in two thousand ten and spent his first three seasons in la. This is mostly a money move. It saves clippers thirty million in luxury tax and it creates eight point three million traded player exemption that they will have a year to us so it gives them some flexibility moneywise bledsoe's going into his twelfth. Nba season the average twelve point. Two points three point four rebounds and three point eight assists per game last season with the pelicans. He was traded to the grizzlies before the draft in july. So think this is a good move overall. Money wise for the for the clippers. And you also get a good player and eric so people were kind of freaking out like us too much eric. What's it like. This is cleared up a lot of money with this. Also the way patrick. Beverley season ended with a clipper. That's something the way. Push chris. Paul the clippers organization his had a history of being not the classiest they now feel like a classy organization and that was a kind of a really bottom move. That was not it kind of felt like that was the end of the

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"bledsoe" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"A grand entrance and sit in new thing now. Because that's the everybody showed up to summer league's but you know you're going to get a lot of pa out of and then you posted and you need to go all the way to use the weirdest nickname in sports. The brody i. I still don't get it. I don't know what call. I don't know how you got the name. Well i've read all the theories on it. There's the the wire character but that was bodey in that. Jd williams who played bodey in the wire. Look something like russ. There's some connection there. But he's never talked about that. So i think that's not a a lot of people think it just was a neighborhood term russ grown up in. La we're bro. Became brody like brody. But we're the duck came from. I don't know. But now russ calls his maltese. I've got a maltese. Lotta is will. how're you doing. She watches every second. She does not like you about j. Chip does anybody is the god's truth being ernestine sister and that's it period and her sister helped raise so that's all she does. But but the point is that he calls his maltese. The brody any calls his brother. The brody ran. He's the brody and lebron is using the nickname he's got all the emojis for lab lab work with the brody. Let's cool to us. Know we showed him love and right. Act like we're together right right because you need this guy to be not only on your team but sort of under your spell. We're we're. He's so respectful of laurent. That he will pay the price in the sacraments. You need to win with lebron and anthony davis. I loved the strategy. It's a very smart thing. And then of course he used the sarcastic. Line i agree. I don't think this will work. That's lebron james bryant sarcastic and poston where we all know saying into russ then he asks for us like he saying no we are gonna show him it will. Yes because it wouldn't work with kevin durant and it didn't work with james harden and it never quite worked with paul george because once he had his escape hatch he jumped right out of an even. There was the espn report. That cli- lynyrd ross. Is trying to call quite. Take me to the clippers. You and he wouldn't even return his calls and snaked him and turned right around right and said hey gorge wants out. Why don't you come with me right right. So there's a name for great pl- katie. James harden paul george and kawhi all did not wanna play with russ so you don't think lebron saying watch this. It's part of these potential successful story of next year. Is i'm going to show you. I can win with the guy. Nobody else wants to win within couldn't win with right right. I think the thing is what scared the other guys were. All trying to prove something. I believe k. D. could possibly play with with russ now because katie man championships. He has finals. Mvp yeah none of these other guys. Lebron has that championships finals. Mvp's so he has those thing his resume in tack so is like russ's knows and i heard rush they will. He don't have anything to prove to only box. That's not checked on. His resume is a championship. Yeah he has. He's led the league in assists. He has the most career triple doubles. He's been an mvp of leaks. He's been an all nba player. Now can you finish it off. Okay but he also has these accolades three times. He's turnovers four times. He's second this year four times. he has led this holy in usage. Rate how much do you have the ball in your this year. Four times he was second in the league in usage rates. That's eight times one or two of the last eight years and one game watch issue one time. nba champion. how about that. One that one over there. It sounds good but it's impossible possible what i believe in i'm going to speak for kevin here and he'll go crazy on social. I don't really care. But i believe if you got kevin durant on a lie detector right. Now he'd say. Oh i love russ like a little brother because he was my little brother but this man you just can't. Once he gets on a basketball court who knows what he might do. You can't control what he might have. Brian proved everybody wrong. They said there's no seventeen years old on the cover sports illustrated. They're no way he could possibly be that good. The number one pick overall in two thousand three. There's no way he can live up to all this hype. There is no way he could be four and six. Nba finals lawrence. Six for one as six. The wolf for one man to go to the media. Nba championship for all lakers are the celtics warriors. Even individual guler beverly good. There's no way he could miss the playoffs as a laker right. Got who it happened. Okay so i think this is the perfect strategy for lebron and i think russ will will just love it. He will accept. It will be in fact. I i think you're in jeopardy. You're gonna lose your fifth horseman status within the inner circle. Because you have doubted russ and lebron you. I compliment you i for it. I just lost your cash as you think the bridge just got you to do that. I'm not trying you did it. I didn't tell you to say you didn't i said is not a natural fit and i still don't believe it. It not fair. But i also believe if anybody can make this work. I will think that. I didn't think kerry james harden but what they showed me is that you can make it work. Everybody is willing to sacrifice. Yeah well james harden was willing to sacrifice the way he played in houston and not go. Get your fifty and fifty. Kevin durant is only one. Didn't need by kevin. Rankin goes thirty. Twenty thirty points fifteen shots. So that's all he needs anyway. Karratha get about the ball. I was score. Y'all will let me go do my okay. I'm cool with them. So the question is what role is be the point the to lebron get the ball. That's that's the thing what they determine how this is going to be played. We'll go from there. But no i don't think it's a natural fit. But i do believe lebron. James molden macgyver. Lebron remo macgyver. James do you remember macgyver. I do what could we do. Yup make little gadgets out of nothing. Low lake may data mugabe's where he coming about. You realize macgyver was a fictional character. You go you always try to rip t survive somehow survived in the end. This is real live. Nba basketball in. Lebron will not survive. This russ has what. I called the haywire gene him. He's supremely gifted program but he does. I think lebron even lebron james cannot reprogram. he is at heart. Just bull in china shop at the end of the game he just lose it he goes haywire and it's just dribble dribble dribble attack and maybe get foul and go to the freezer line and both free-throw you didn't know lebron james is only a couple of semesters.

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"bledsoe" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"Plane from gary bledsoe. I saw gear bless zone. He was telling me about show mark so we always appreciate him. Gary welcome back to make a plane brother. How are you oh pretty good. Mark always glad to be here. And you know. I've always been a continued be. What are your biggest fads. So i then named thanking better thank you so tell us about the state conference. Of course a gary is an activist attorneys. Will everyone a scholar in. Tj jellab festive. Tell us would what the state conferences is doing how it's taking on the issues with texas state legislature while we worked very closely with the texas legislature blackhawks during the session. We went to the new leadership. There nicole collier an rentals. They have a really good insight and they have a beautiful attitude towards partnering with other african american organization so we work very closely with them. We work very close. With the league of women voters league of united latin american citizens and we did many events from taking out full page ads and and newspapers to coordinating individuals to show up and testify against the bills to rewriting the bills and getting many of our admits pass with version. That ultimately was not adopted but would have been much better if it had been adopted so it goes on and on the number of activities we had with the different communities different faith groups whether it was christian churches are our synagogues are moss. We had Religious people from all over that would be there with us and we continue to do that even since the regular session. We had rally two weeks ago. In austin with the league of women voters texas impact and league of united latin american citizens trying to continue to bring attention. And we're working with ministers now to try to work together different sermons or what have you citing scripture on one of the rabbis. It's such a tremendous job. I wanted to reach out to a some of the christian ministers to get them to do the same thing and so they're trying to put that together in terms of how we get into the church houses and start influencing people that can make a difference. Because you know we're in a different world now. It's not like it was when thurgood marshall and charles hamilton. Houston felt those battles. We're talking right now to people who really don't care i with martin luther king new and thurgood marcin. Those guys is that he might be conservative but those a certain way to reach many of the folks who were in power that time. We're in a different date now. People are indeed movement politicians movement judges. So right or wrong has no moment in quotient. The only thing that matters is whether or not you continue in office and so we have to look for those levers to try to move people so we try to make sure that we're sophisticated. And so that. The limited time and resources that we have and actions that we can take because we're all limited because of our numbers and we try to do that strategically so that we can try them a move the ball and try to get people who can notes the decision makers Texas you said something really prophetic earlier. Because we really are the ground zero right now and not because i'm trying to be protected. I wish we weren't rounds of bieber honest with you because of our population numbers Texas was forty nine point. Four percent of his adult population in two thousand ten were african american and latino and that number has grown eighty percent of texas growth is black brown and asian has since two thousand ten so we're looking at fears of a majority minority population and so that more than the trump lie is at is. What's at the root of what's occurring in texas people trying to make sure that black and brown people and not able to share power and so they're coming up with all kinds of different ideas and initiatives the the laws that were this pastime where extremely well thought out there were thought out Think tanks with a lot of money behind them and they sought ways and found ways to undermine voter efforts for people who look like us who think like us to start from the very beginning from vote registration. Go all the way through high. You actually count ballots You know it was so incredible that they had things that were actually included in the bill. That came out of the the committee that was conference committee of the senate and the house. After the past different versions. They came up with twenty pages of new laws and think about that twenty new laws and then once it's revealed the violence. The trump law allow a judge in space of his own whim to make a decision to change the outcome of an election. Everyone says well. We didn't put it in there when we when they destroyed soles to the polls They said well. We don't know how that have so as pretty amazing to me that you've got twenty pages of new legislation and that they were trying to force the democrat democrats to vote on and they didn't even know i got in there while the so important the way you try to make the democrats vote on it. Yeah yeah so on wednesday state. Legislators from around the country came to dc in support of the texas state. Legislators who left the state to prevent corum. And i believe friday is the thirty day in special session. So this thing won't get through. But i believe the governor is still threatening avenue still threatening to call one special session after another correct until this is until he's to push this voter suppression legislation through correct will pushed it through. But that's his plan. And so i need to be succesion and so i'm hoping one thing that we've the house members have been candidate leaders on this because they're the ones who broke warm but the same law applies in the senate. And so what. I'm hoping is that the senators We need to more democratic senators to break ranks nine. Did their thirteen. It takes eleven to break warm in the senate so we're hoping that somehow the democratic senators can break rank this time so you don't have so much own the house members because i think what the leadership in texas feels is that all they need to do is keep having special session after special session and they'll break the backs of the democrat legislated. Because how long can you stay out. How expensive is and how much is a personal cost. You your family your business. So i think that. That's what's actually being done now. But i i think that we we have some potential. We just need to put together efforts to try to to get two of those other four senators to decide. They're going to break ranks. So what's the hesitation in terms of breaking rates. Well i don't know. I think like there's one on name that i really have. Utmost confidence in ages thinks she work within the system doesn't see the wisdom but he's been one of the ones it's passed the much progressive legislation has always been there when you need him so We're just gonna have to try to come at him in a different way. And i think others don't have the breach of a relationship with the lieutenant. Governor lieutenant governors most powerful person in texas. Lieutenant governor knows how wheel power iran trump's campaign here in texas in thank. You even does things that really forces they that forces the governor's hand. I think the governor understands that the real power with the lieutenant governor and he understands that and so that's that's why the the senate has been large and in charge yet more. Ip after this message remmy martin joins with international music star. usher in team up for excellence. The film exploring the history of music culture koniak from blues to hip hop swing. Dancing to break dancing usher and ready. Martin traveled through the decades in france. And the us honoring cultural figures both rooted in shared philosophy of aiming for the stars. See the film at team up for excellence. Dot com remmy. Martin koniak forty percent alcohol by volume imported by remy-cointreau usa..

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"bledsoe" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

07:29 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson

"Not mark dobson. Lazy gentlemen as i was in texas bishop barber on the march from georgetown to austin texas standing up for voting rights in texas texas has become one of the ground zeroes if not be ground zero in this voting rights movement in this movement to stop voter suppression. Who better to talk to this hour. And the president of the state conference at the end of lacey pe- in texas. Are you a friend and brother. Longtime supporter of the show was well. He's one of making plays biggest for mobile people. He about making plane from gary bledsoe. I saw gear bless zone. He was telling me about show mark so we always appreciate him. Gary welcome back to make a plane brother. How are you oh pretty good. Mark always glad to be here. And you know. I've always been a continued be. What are your biggest fads. So i then named thanking better thank you so tell us about the state conference. Of course a gary is an activist attorneys. Will everyone a scholar in. Tj jellab festive. Tell us would what the state conferences is doing how it's taking on the issues with texas state legislature while we worked very closely with the texas legislature blackhawks during the session. We went to the new leadership. There nicole collier an rentals. They have a really good insight and they have a beautiful attitude towards partnering with other african american organization so we work very closely with them. We work very close. With the league of women voters league of united latin american citizens and we did many events from taking out full page ads and and newspapers to coordinating individuals to show up and testify against the bills to rewriting the bills and getting many of our admits pass with version. That ultimately was not adopted but would have been much better if it had been adopted so it goes on and on the number of activities we had with the different communities different faith groups whether it was christian churches are our synagogues are moss. We had Religious people from all over that would be there with us and we continue to do that even since the regular session. We had rally two weeks ago. In austin with the league of women voters texas impact and league of united latin american citizens trying to continue to bring attention. And we're working with ministers now to try to work together different sermons or what have you citing scripture on one of the rabbis. It's such a tremendous job. I wanted to reach out to a some of the christian ministers to get them to do the same thing and so they're trying to put that together in terms of how we get into the church houses and start influencing people that can make a difference. Because you know we're in a different world now. It's not like it was when thurgood marshall and charles hamilton. Houston felt those battles. We're talking right now to people who really don't care i with martin luther king new and thurgood marcin. Those guys is that he might be conservative but those a certain way to reach many of the folks who were in power that time. We're in a different date now. People are indeed movement politicians movement judges. So right or wrong has no moment in quotient. The only thing that matters is whether or not you continue in office and so we have to look for those levers to try to move people so we try to make sure that we're sophisticated. And so that. The limited time and resources that we have and actions that we can take because we're all limited because of our numbers and we try to do that strategically so that we can try them a move the ball and try to get people who can notes the decision makers Texas you said something really prophetic earlier. Because we really are the ground zero right now and not because i'm trying to be protected. I wish we weren't rounds of bieber honest with you because of our population numbers Texas was forty nine point. Four percent of his adult population in two thousand ten were african american and latino and that number has grown eighty percent of texas growth is black brown and asian has since two thousand ten so we're looking at fears of a majority minority population and so that more than the trump lie is at is. What's at the root of what's occurring in texas people trying to make sure that black and brown people and not able to share power and so they're coming up with all kinds of different ideas and initiatives the the laws that were this pastime where extremely well thought out there were thought out Think tanks with a lot of money behind them and they sought ways and found ways to undermine voter efforts for people who look like us who think like us to start from the very beginning from vote registration. Go all the way through high. You actually count ballots You know it was so incredible that they had things that were actually included in the bill. That came out of the the committee that was conference committee of the senate and the house. After the past different versions. They came up with twenty pages of new laws and think about that twenty new laws and then once it's revealed the violence. The trump law allow a judge in space of his own whim to make a decision to change the outcome of an election. Everyone says well. We didn't put it in there when we when they destroyed soles to the polls They said well. We don't know how that have so as pretty amazing to me that you've got twenty pages of new legislation and that they were trying to force the democrat democrats to vote on and they didn't even know i got in there while the so important the way you try to make the democrats vote on it. Yeah yeah so on wednesday state. Legislators from around the country came to dc in support of the texas state. Legislators who left the state to prevent corum. And i believe friday is the thirty day in special session. So this thing won't get through. But i believe the governor is still threatening avenue still threatening to call one special session after another correct until this is until he's to push this voter suppression legislation through correct will pushed it through. But that's his plan. And so i need to be succesion and so i'm hoping one thing that we've the house members have been candidate leaders on this because they're the ones who broke warm but the same law applies in the senate. And so what. I'm hoping is that the senators We need to more democratic senators to break ranks nine. Did their thirteen. It takes eleven to break warm in the senate so we're hoping that somehow the democratic senators can break rank this time so you don't have so much own the house members because i think what the leadership in texas feels is that all they need to do is keep having special session after special session and they'll break the backs of the democrat legislated. Because how long can you stay out. How expensive is and how much is a personal cost. You your family your business. So i think that. That's what's actually being done now. But i i think that we we have some potential. We just need to put together efforts to try to to get two of those other four.

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What the Infrastructure Deal Means for Energy

Morning Edition

01:33 min | 1 year ago

What the Infrastructure Deal Means for Energy

"I'm David Brancaccio. Good morning to you. There is now a bill crafted to spend nearly a trillion dollars on infrastructure in America. And while it could pass into law that is not a foregone conclusion. The bill, drafted by a bipartisan team working over the weekend was unveiled last night. It isn't quite 3000 pages long and amendments are expected. Senate Majority Leader Charles Schumer expects a vote within quote a matter of days. Beyond the roads and bridges. Let's look at cleaner energy products there in buses. Hydrogen power charging stations for electric cars. Marketplaces Amanda FEATURE has more on that. Before installing a new electric car charging station. Jonathan Levy says his company Vico needs to know there's plenty of demand. We don't want to overbuild the charging infrastructure and not have the vehicles to be using it. That's where those federal dollars would come in to pay for new charging stations in, say, rural communities. Paul Bledsoe with the Progressive Policy Institute says that new infrastructure would also get more EVs on the road. That's really the only thing holding back people from buying electric vehicles now is concerns over charging the bill. Also funds pilot projects like carbon capture, but it doesn't do as much for more mature, clean energy technology. Abigail Ross Hopper is with the Solar Energy Industries Association. We had our time in the sun as a niche kind of science experiment, but that's over and what Ross Hopper says the solar industry needs to do now is deploy. Deploy, deploy. What would help get more solar panels out there, she says, are permanent tax

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Grizzlies to Trade Jonas Valanciunas to Pelicans for Steven Adams, Eric Bledsoe

First Take

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Grizzlies to Trade Jonas Valanciunas to Pelicans for Steven Adams, Eric Bledsoe

"Pelicans. Grizzlies are completing a trade to send jonas von tunis. To the new orleans in exchange for eric. Bledsoe in stephen adams the pelicans are trying to build a team around zion williamson. Who is rumored to be unhappy with. Some of the teams moves this off season. The grizzlies are looking to add. More weapons to go along with. John moran led the team to the playoffs this past

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Bucks Win Game 5 to Take a 3-2 Series Lead

The NBA Show

02:19 min | 1 year ago

Bucks Win Game 5 to Take a 3-2 Series Lead

"The bucks one twenty three one. Nineteen game five win on the road over the sons to pick up three two series lead kyle at felt like at one point it was going to be a big sons blowout. Sixteen point lead in the first quarter. It feels like at one point. It's going to be a huge fox blow out and then it gets tied at the end it. We got a really good game down the stretch. That was fun to watch man. I loved it incredible game. I mean a lot of fortitude on both sides to not go away and to come back with your like you said. We had a of lead shifts and changes. The bucks fought back from that big deficit early. We big shots. We had big miss shots. It was it was sort of a shakespearean play there towards the end it. It's amazing if that went ahead ended with like a game winner. Something that would have gone down as a pretty memorable finals game. Not that it won't anyway. But yet really entertaining drama heck of a heck of a gutsy performance by milwaukee no doubt about it and we have to start at that lachie side which holiday twenty seven points thirteen assists only two turnovers at three steals. He had two of this. Deals are going to stick in my mind for a long time. And the third quarter. He had the on. Ball steel against devon booker then took a poll up three and transition in the final minute of the game helping off ball on a drive by devon booker strips. The ball janas runs the floor and he throws the alleyoop to him for the dunk holiday. Both ends of the court all those. Eric bledsoe comparisons from games one and two feel like such a distant memory. Kyle holiday was extraordinary tonight. I mean what freaking performance at both ends big balls there. That's the only thing that comes. I mean those plays that. He made that one three that he took after he destroyed up rip booker. I was just stunned. That he had the stones to take that and he nailed it. Yeah and then the the presence of mind you know. The refs aren't going to necessarily call a foul like that. Every time in a situation like that i mean he kinda force them to make a call He he got a little bit of risk a little bit of hand on that swipe down when he came over weakside to steal that from booker but yeah when he when he threw that lob to janas. I almost thought he threw it over. The cylinder again almost threw it into the cylinder and when he did that stood up. Stood up in my office. I just couldn't believe

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"bledsoe" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on Open Floor: SI's NBA Show

"Holiday went from eric. Bledsoe to jrue holiday over the course of one game and i. Sometimes i think it's that simple you know. It's so easy to overreact. To playoff games in and with you i think the series even though it was too a lot closer than the scores have suggested and there were just a lot of things that i it sounds so cliche but so many things games wanting to that could have gone either way. If milwaukee makes a couple more threes in game two in a couple of drew holidays a good shooter game etcetera. I just love the fact that milwaukee had other people step up besides the honest. I mean janas numbers in game three were i think he had a few more nearly identical to what he didn't game to In terms of scoring the fact that he finally got some help. I thought that was the biggest quarter adjustment. They just finally had other guys. Officiant shooting nights make an impact leave an imprint on the game and i thought that made the deft when jrue holiday looks like an all star verses something closer on that spectrum to their bledsoe has given them in the postseason the last couple of years. It's just a different basketball team. And i thought rouge. Shot selection was a little more tempered. Although you know some of the threes that he did he. Hasn't he check vibe year. I little surprising at times. Yeah it's like. He wants to get those shots early in the shot clock. I think they're easier for him and sometimes when they don't fall it's just like what are you doing. Why did you settle into the offense and when they do fall. It's like go get him. Slugger your you're unstoppable..

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"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Very interesting to me. I think my. I think my favorite part is that there are so many aspects to it so i mean that's sort of it's sort of a cop out answer but it's actually really the truth so You know we're in real estate. I you know we were. We're actually in the process of looking to acquire more land Right now Then we're farmers we have our own farming company which is really cool aspect to what to what we do because we We're sustainable across the board and that the most important piece of that is sustainability with our people are arming crew. We hire them year round. And then they workforce year round Health benefits retirement benefits But because of that they they take care of our ground and take care of our binds better than the other crew in the in the in the region So we're farmers second and we're into production and that's where you get into all the nuance of the winemaking process. Which again. I know just enough to be dangerous if you were if you give me. Some world-class grapes. I could make some perfectly average wine. But i've got great people. That actually take woke grapes and make great one. But then you're into marketing and brand development and sales and customer service and fulfillment than problem solving. And so when you put all of those things together. I mean because quarterback to the uninformed people think oh you just you just throw the ball like that's that's about five percent of what a quarterback does You know i used the illustration we all watch peyton manning at the end He won a super bowl and he couldn't throw like i know elway was sitting up on the box watching payton on the field. Think i'm sitting up here in a suit. And i'm six years old nike yoga down to throw better than that but the painting was still able to win a super bowl right And so you know when you when you when you look at The wind business. You know it's it's really fun because it's never static and it's also seasonal. I was thinking about this the other day. I've never had a year. That i remember my life that wasn't just entirely dependent on the seasons. You know yeah you know more young. That meant well. It's also it's football season. It's winter so it's basketball season and spring so for you is baseball for me. A strategies and and then summertime My life was always seasonal. And then you go play pro ball. That's very seasonal. nc's offseason And now in the line business extremely seasonal against. I don't know i would do Honestly i don't know how i would survive if you told me that twelve months out of the year. We're going to be the same. I wouldn't i probably go crazy. You know yeah it would be. It would be very tough. And i love that idea of. It's being seasonal in obviously wind season when there's so many components to it and you know I had will what's will blackmon will block so we'll we were talking about you know one of the hardest parts about being in the wind. Businesses is selling the line like you could make wine but if nobody wants to buy it or you can't marketed. Get it out there ship it. It doesn't matter so that all that all that has to has to of be fun but also be very nerve wracking. We had our first vintage In the bottle and we hadn't even put you know haven't even attempted to sell a bottle yet. We bottled it. And then we we We generally after goes after goes to bottle. Hold it for like six months before we actually releasing So the the first day we had the wind in the bottle brought a bottle home and sat down just my wife and myself when we sat down with sort of like this moment of truth like okay. We just the two of us shared bottle. So we're just kind of sitting there quietly veterans on the lines So what do you think she'll. I hope people buy it but if they don't i like it so we got a lot of wine to drink But yeah that that piece of it. It so people ask. How do you replace the competitiveness of football in your life where you go for that well. I love football actually gone into the most competitive industry in the world by product skew. It's the most competitive in the world or fifty thousand unique bowels align made worldwide on an annual basis and so to try to stand out as one of one in fifty thousand man. You got to compete all day every day and our And it's been fun pros to the team. We put together It's not part of the interview process. It's not a question we ask in the interview process. But they're almost all athletes team oriented athletes Matter of fact. Hose a hope who is our director sales for the double backside of our business. She and her mom went into the walla. Walla high school hall of fame on the same day l. Really that's really cool so we've got There's to all of our high school hall of famers on our team. Get to be one of those. Let's go blue devils and And then and then And then hope so. But but our team you know. They're competitive as hell and in really good ways. They're never trying to stop her neighbors. Matter of fact they're always trying to build up our neighbor. our neighbors around us. Because we want everybody to do well. We just wanted do better than than than everybody else and By having not super competitive team especially on the sales side allows us to stay at the front the front of the line. You walla to be that name If it's an individual person it's probably a lot harder but you know napa. There's a ton of people there right or walla walla if your community is doing well everybody's gonna know. Hey we need some wind from walla walla. Absolutely it's the biggest difference from my In a lot of similarities the biggest difference from our previous life that you and i lived to To the why business you know in football you want your competitor to lose and you want him to lose his battle as possible. Right right like specially. If it's the jets you want the jets to lose fifty zero. Every single never ever win another one right now. That kind of comes true sometimes. Yeah right doesn't drink my heart at all But in in the wine business if my neighbor does well. It's good for me and so and.

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"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

07:19 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Try to show Cheapskates but they would come over the house. We been do blind tastings house just for We put all the lines of paper bags and we'd just as thrown pretend to be wind and I discovered that my hometown walla Was actually making what right. And matter of fact one of my next door neighbors was was leeann eh sellers. Which were they were making. The really highly regarded wines out getting big scores. And all this stuff so i would always sneak a wall while line into the mix with these big boys from napa on his big boys from every time. I did that my hometown. Winds would win the wine tasting. What we do the big reveal at the enemy through like oh shit. The one that we liked was leeann eddie or the one that we liked. Was you know pepper. Bridge or wilbur canyon And so i think for me. That was like oh wow. You know my little hometown with the funny name that i could wait to get out of Is all of a sudden You know growing wine grapes. That are making wines that can compete with the best in the world And so that's sort of when the liable went off like okay. Maybe we could do something here We got the competitive advantage of going back to your hometown where you can hopefully get the right people to work for you. Get the right piece of dirt all that stuff. You got the marketing story of being my hometown right Which is a huge piece of. Nfl came the name double back. Yeah exactly yeah. Yeah grew up. People acid the football term radio quarterback halfback fullback dull late now. Now it's not that We wanted this. We wanted the story about. Be about returning whole yeah. 'cause there was a stigma attached. Then that's less true now Attached to you Athlete wines Where you know most of them work very good to be honest with most of them were endorsement deals in. You know you go cyber name on a bottle of somebody's you know third wine that they're trying to get rid of an and And so we didn't want the story to they were. They were gift wines. They were exactly matter of fact. I just a i doubt freddie coffee ever hear this but freddie was a guy that i got to spend time with when i was a little little kid and there's always been a hero but recently Somebody gave me some of freddy's wine As a as a gift and actually opened a bottle dude. No no no. You're this this has freddie's picture on it goes on the shelves. It's number twenty five. And it's i. Freddie signed one and that's the that's where it's going to be a trophy but but you know we wanted the story to be about you know small town kid that grows up fortunate enough to go. You know have a career in doubles back and comes back home and And i think that's started to resonate with people. The best complements our our. You know people that you know will reach out like had the wind really like. I had no idea that you were involved until i turned the ball around. I really liked the wine. And then i found out about okay. That's cool because you're not into this. You know because you're trying to be nice that that i got the super backhanded. Compliments from old teammates. Who would the line because they had to go support guy and then i get these taxes. Phone calls like do to have the wind. It's actually really good. So you're surprised. You thought i was gonna make some shit wine. Well yeah kinda so but it's been it's been a it's been a cool ride. It really has like you like it has nothing to do with me. It's all about the ground the soil in how they grow the great. So you're your show that you did about talking about how you have. Different patches of grapes in their close together but still they produce a different flavor. Tones ten is all that stuff that that come through the soil so absolutely less a little bit about which one is your favorite. Are you a cab guy. Or you assured guy which one's your favorite you know if i'm gonna difference only going to be just one forever and ever amen. It would be cab and you know. I think it's also happens to be. And i know if this is sort of the chicken or the egg conversation right. Do i like cab. Because that's while awhile does best Or like cab and so when we started growing cab you know but whatever however that pieces together. That's that that would be. The one about money would drink one forever. And it's it is kind of now at our bali You talk us on this just a little bit but you know it's a small little valleys twenty miles wide Like a big Twenty mile wide bathtub. But within that you know in very close proximity are these radically different soil types in growing You know with the french call. Terroir the different aspects to the sun. Different hillside elevations and so you can take all of that stuff and you can put it together in the goal at the end of it is to make something that gets more and more interesting more time you spend with it rather than being a stereotypical football player wine that justice. It's just punch in the face. Big fruit big big alcohol just wanted to produce something that had some subtlety. Some nuance imbalanced. That got more interesting over time. And and then you know as One of the coolest pieces of it and we touched on this a little bit earlier. was discovering that A lot of the things that were important in quarterbacking a good football team and being part of a good good organization carried over very directly into business in specifically into the wine business and Probably at the very top of that Was putting together the right team. you know. shoot you and our you never really good at our job but we were only really good at job if we had five bad ass dudes in front of us given us some room and some amazing dudes downfield that were open and where they're supposed to be when they were supposed to be there If that happened. Pretty good If that didn't happen we were very good and and for me. It's the same in the why business. I just have some great people around me that. Make me look it. Yeah you know. I was looking at your story a little bit. It's pretty amazing. How you built that team and then you know. Each set of grapes has their own little people that handle it and you have to find those people that want do that. That wanna be there you know and i think that's the same way like when you're building team. It's not only us on the field. There's there's the you know the people that are finding all the guys that need to be filled with us. The coaches were putting all the plays together. You know because you can't do it all and so what's your favorite part of being in this business. Like obviously drinking is know right there. But what's your favorite part is. It is it. Is it like saying okay. This is how long it has to be in a barrel or like there's so many different parts to it..

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"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"And Thankfully he was nice enough to spin his ankle in the afc championship games. So let me play for a little bit. But then of course it gets healthy for the super bowl. 'cause you know very They throw him back out there but but it was a crazy time it was and and You know people ask about you. Know about that stuff from time to time and and It wasn't easy but at the end of the day. You know. I tell people Perspective that that. I think that anybody that's privileged enough to be us has to have man look if i get paid to play a game. There's no room for self pity you don't you don't get to you. Feel sorry for yourself when you're professional athlete because your living out the childhood dream of most young people in the united states and really worldwide and So i was able to learn to cherish the cherish the challenge and and embrace adversity and And that's something that has transcended on into the into the business world into the rest of life in adversities inevitable. It's gonna come ad if you can learn to embrace that and use it as a stone to for self improvement for business improvement for sports improvement for any of that kind of stuff and you can turn that Adversity into a positive. Thank you set up for success. Yeah you really. Aren't i think that that's probably the first time hearing this story for me. That really Faced that diversity because throw an interception or losing a game a type of adversity not like what you went through and it's difficult because i've been through a ton of adversity in my life and had to fight through a lot of stuff and it on the other end only makes you stronger and it gives you something that you've never had before and and so tell me about how that affect then then you go on through the rest of your career So what did it change your perspective on things at all or did it. You know how did how did that. Change you in a way. Yeah i i know that i appreciate it more The opportunity that i had because it was the first time that it was taken away. and I remember when i think was probably my last year and i was in dallas in the old stadium and Eight hours terrible. It was terrible terrible stadium like bill would be lit just on the turf was and it was just and plus j plus jerry was not maintaining anything. He was trying to work on the new stadium bill and so it was just in shambles. But we you know we're coming down a made it a point to come down the tunnel before each game. We're going out to get ready to get introduced. I would always find a rookie as has walked down the tunnel. I would just ground by the pack of the back of the past dude. How cool is this. We get to go do this right And they look at me. Like what are you going out in like. Oh yes yes. Let's we weird old man but But i really do think that i appreciated it going forward from there and and also i think in some ways Understood that at that point that you know life would go on. Yeah you know. If i wasn't planning more still got great wife and family and like there's a lot of good stuff out here that it's not tied to ball and life's gonna go on in there will be life after this and So i think that it did change. Certainly my perspective Going through that. Yeah that is hard. You know because twenty five years the same thing. But i was a man. It sounds like we're we're very close because my other life was my family my kids and and enjoying them so that when i was done they were always going to be around. Because you've seen like me a lot of guys who didn't do that and then they're done playing and there's this family and kids have no idea what to do or how to handle it or you know i do now so It sounds like you made that transition. Pretty pretty smooth So what point in your career when you were in the nfl where you really got into wine. you know. because i mean everybody's been out like you're young. You've had some wine but to where you really say. Oh i understand it. I get it i wanna do this. Yeah a first of all with two parents who were schoolteachers. There certainly wasn't a lot of wind run if it was it was. Wine was at eight dollars morgan. David yeah exactly so it was not. It was not something that was that was part of my life growing up But you know same is what you said you know you you get into the league. You have a couple of nichols in your pocket. You go got to dinner like oh we should have some wide. Because that's what people do when they go out to a nice dinner So early on with being drinks we're supposed to but kinda partway into probably year. Four five started to get into a little bit more in collect mine all that but but The probably the turning point for me where i started to figure out. Okay maybe this could be something That i could get into you. Know later as a business You know we have guys come over to the house. And i would just tell. Hey bring a bottle of red wine. And so guys would go grab somethin' invariably it'd be california or something from bordeaux or whatever you know some guys would try to show off other guys would try to sneak a cheap bottle in in we all know it. We all know those those teammates. Rather some gonna puff their chest out and.

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"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

06:01 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

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"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Think it was. You know sort of one of those Any good recruiter. understands my mom fell in love with coach price. And uh once you once you've once you've got mom now. Mom never actually said you go here at that that you know you could you can tell you can tell You know who who mom the mom prefers and And then i also had some insight from a friend who is a ge on the staff that that i could maybe play early if i went up there and that ended up being the case too but it was a cool experience and it was. It was familiar. I mean little small town walla walla in the middle of the wheatfields out in eastern washington going to pullman which is kind of the same size town a couple of hours away And that was part of it too Yeah which The next transition all that much crazier that had been cov- so tell me a little bit blake So obviously in highschool you threw the ball round not that much but then you get to college. You're thrown at all the time i think you're you guys were big shotgun. Team i mean. I was saying where at tulsa we threw the ball everywhere But obviously you you. You just win. did you figure out like you. You kinda came into your where you started lifting started doing all these things at what point of your college career because as a freshman i guarantee you probably feel like you're still skinny. You're still not to where you want to being you know. And then there's a point college where you've been lifted in will real weight room and doing all those things that your body changes. Yeah i started started. It started obviously might my senior year of high school in freshman year started to kinda Pieces started to fit a little better. Thankfully i stink last. Stop growing when i was a sophomore in high school So then my. I had a chance to start catching up at that point But yeah. I mean i think you know my my freshman year when i when i got on the field and fall camp and started started checking it around a little bit and figured out that. Okay yeah i can. I can do this. You know i can. I can hang with these guys and so it was kind of a around then. and then you know the end of my. The end of my freshman year started up starting to halfway through that year The end of my freshman year after my freshman year Mel kiper said that i was going to be the first draft pick number one pick in two years after might my freshman year of college. So then i'd answer that question for the rest of thing are you. Are you coming out. Which i mean obviously is awesome but it also is like okay. Did i just eighteen years old and trying to you know. Enjoy playing some ball here and next thing got answer. That question every Every time i turn around but Which was just it was just. It was just sort of funny but But when you're the media yeah exactly exactly y'all the all that Rabid media and pull in washington There was like the student newspaper in the review from spokane washington and i was at and that was it as you got into your senior year. There's a lot more of national publications calling you. You gotta do these interviews. Yeah yeah i had. We had occurred media relations guy in In pullman and it was cool i was a piece of advice that that resonated with me I need these. Does that stuff started happening. Goes hey goes make sure that you understand that drew bledsoe. The football player drew bledsoe. The person are different people. And you don't ever get those two confused Because if you because the football player guy's gonna be on a super high pedestal. One day he's going to be You know thrown in the dump in the dumpster the next day and it's going to be curiel thing But make sure that the person you keep that thing. So britain distinct and That was advice that stayed with me all the way through. You just gonna make sure that that professionals that professional side you know goes up and down on a daily and sometimes play by play basis. you know. Get confused with the person. Yeah now that that. That's very good advice. You know and takes people like that mentors. That can come from all kinds of different areas in your life One little tidbit like that can really help you through your whole career because as you said you went from washington to you know one of the biggest media markets in the world and then all of a sudden you got everybody around you so that transition alone to be kind of you know about saying difficult but different for you. Oh man it was crazy. I mean shoot you know you go from Pullman i think outside of the university was like twenty two thousand at that point and i think the rest of the town was like eight. Thousand You know like. I say there really was a one newspaper. That was kinda close and then there was the seattle newspaper. But you know that. Was it and you go to boston in two newspapers in town and then you got providence. And you've got a new york and all of this stuff so just the media stuff was absolutely crazy And then you learn that you know in the in the last sports pastime something that that we that we that we watch you know growing up. We had our favorite teams and so on. But you go watch the game and then after the game is over win lose you just kind of go on with your day. It's no big deal band you get to boston. It's a it's a frigging religion on hits Take it serious man and I remember my and i tried to kind of keep to the side. Maria by rookie year we played the steelers through five. Picks threw five interceptions and so i decided on purpose to go get the newspaper the next day. Go get the boston herald so just wanted to see how bad it could get right right and i like okay. Let's just go see you know. Let's let's see. Let's see what they have. This air and one of the writers Opened his article with It was the worst performance by a quarterback in patriots football history. And i like all right. Well i guess can only go up from. There really. Got one way to go from here from here. We'll i guess. I can't be worse than the worst so i'm just going to try and get better And so it was sort of one of those where i i had the perspective to go see. Okay well let's see how terrible this can be And the mirage from there. Yeah hey everyone welcome. Thank you for joining me on. How to up with gusts We're gonna take a quick commercial break. We'll be.

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"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

07:06 min | 1 year ago

"bledsoe" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Can watch whatever you want whenever you out no doubt which is really cool and then get a lot of ways. It's really cool. I think in some ways that can be harmful You because you watch you want some of these kids like no you're imitating the wrong thing. You don't imitate the way dresses. And the way he celebrates another album imitate all the work. He's doing in the weight room and on that stuff. That's actually not on video. And then if you do all that stuff then you can work on your touchdown to ask but Let's go let's go. Let's all the stuff that got him into the end zone. Got him on the team and gotten there It's a little bit Little bit frustrating. Sometimes you see these kids like no no no. You don't get to do that celebration. You're not superman. You're sixteen Let's go. Let's go imitate everything. That cam newton did too to earn the right to be in the end zone before you start to the superman deal. Well i'm sure when you were sixteen and you were in high school and you through a lot of touchdowns Do you have a time when you try to do that. And your dad was like we don't do that drew. Nah yeah. I think i think we were. We were. I mean it was sort of different. I think you know the guys that we watched you know there was. There was not a lot of that going on. You know i mean you know. I mean joe montana would point at the sky and that was about as you know as crazy elevations got from the quarterbacks that we watched you know So you know. I think we just had. We had the role models. We have not standpoint were different You know i did remember. I do remember watching. Neil the the The Like the dolphins receivers back in the day. Who had they're kind of orchestrated touchdown stuff which. I thought that was really fun. But i can't dance at all so i mean that's just going gonna look like you're like me. You probably need two or three bottles of wine before you get out in the day before you even try and even then it doesn't look good. I still don't want anybody watching I had I so i played with henry. Ellard right. and you to- hop a touchdown and he'd do a front flip in the end zone right and i'm like kennard. Can you teach that. He goes because she can't do it. I'm like track really run. I gotta go there no alyssa. Let's just leave the leaflets. Flips to the athletes. You just keep throwing the ball but so you go through high school. You're getting recruited. You know you're going to get ready to make this next big transition in your life and you pick a wash state. What was the big reason for that. coach just fell in love. Mike price who is the coach there. also closer to home. It was two hours from home which That was important in other in a not just for my family but so many people that i that that helped me as i was coming up Being close enough to You know they could get to watch games But the other three schools that were kind of in the mix university of washington was in the mix stanford and then And then i took a trip to miami. But i knew i wasn't going to miami That we took that plane rides it yet. I can't well. I knew going in man is too far away but i wasn't gonna turn down a trip to miami. I mean at that point. I think i'd been on an airplane once or twice in my life and they're gonna fly down to plenty down to south beach In the middle of the winter. I mean come on But i knew that was far away matter of fact the only reason that i was that That they knew that i existed was dennis erickson. Who was their coach down. There had been at washington state previously. So he'd seen me at high school otherwise they wouldn't have known i existed would like to had huddle and all that stuff that they have today. Find out you had to go remember. Remember sitting downstairs with my dad you know with two. Vcr's trying to dub a highlight taped together and you know put together put together like two minutes of video took hours. We did the same thing. Yeah i ran a t in high school. So i had like really. I didn't know that ran through my team. He throw it like three times a game. And i tell the story that in my career in high school i like forty five times and then i got to my first game in college through it like you know fifty in my first game. It's amazing how you how'd you how'd you. How'd you figure out how to become a passing quarterback when you ask you. Did you go to like some seven stuff in the summer or no. No we didn't there was none of that around here. I went to I was a big baseball player. Could always throw it no matter. What and Playing in the wing t obviously didn't lend itself to learn how to drop back or learning how to be in the shotgun. We never did any of that stuff. We ran the wagle one. Some of that stuff but I got to college my freshman year. they they knew of six fives a big kid. I could throw it And it was just a lot of hard work man just putting in time and the effort We had a coach workman who i mean. We were in the gym tulsa. What didn't have any money. We're throwing a ball against wall sin. Exploding them against the wall. I mean we don't stanage. Was this kid from texas big kid. You know i'm coming. I was like one of the biggest kids in my high school. And i go there. And i'm like i'm going to be okay. Then you get there and you see all these other athletes from all these other states and you're like oh i got to work and i luckily had that kind of mentality from my dad and all one of fifteen kids so yeah so they grew up in the depression and like you had worked for everything you had. And that's you know. I was in eighth grade. My dad bought me a new pair cleats to play. Football broke my foot. The first day of practice he said. I didn't buy those cleats to sit in a shelf. Just tie your shoe tighter. So i tied my shoe. Tighter played the whole season on a broken while. That's kind of the mentality kinda of. Va was for me. But but i was going to tell you that. I played for coach price in the blue gray game and it was really and his son. What was his son's name. Eric errors. Eric and erin was the kicker. Yeah so i think it was eric who was the quarterback right. He was a qb. Yeah exactly and then they were. He coached the blue gray game. And i was there and he is. You're right though. He was a great guy. Oh man i loved him. The does still do to this day. He's he's retired now. Live in quarterlane idaho You know hanging out on the lake but But when i was being recruited you know we we you know we had all the different coaches come through and and You.

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Durant's perfect return fuels Nets' 139-111 rout of Pelicans

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Durant's perfect return fuels Nets' 139-111 rout of Pelicans

"The next scored forty three second quarter points and went on to question one is one thirty nine to one eleven after missing twenty three games with a hamstring strain Kevin Durant returned he came off the nets bench and scored seventeen points on five of five shooting with seven rebounds in nineteen minutes I expect the call I have played well played I wasn't trying to ease into the game I just wanted to go out there and got right into the action I mean the game was already fast pace already so watching from the bench and know exactly how neat approach it Brooklyn had seven players in double figures paced by carrier ring what twenty four the nets improved to thirty six and sixteen they've won nine straight at home Eric Bledsoe had twenty six for the pelicans who fell to twenty two and twenty nine Mike make you so New York

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Residents of Kentucky coal town fear return of devastating floods

Climate Connections

01:12 min | 1 year ago

Residents of Kentucky coal town fear return of devastating floods

"When hurricane harvey hit the gulf coast in two thousand seventeen leslie. Bledsoe was dismayed by what she saw on tv. So she and a group travel from harlan kentucky to texas to distribute supplies afterward. Blessed wanted to continue helping people in need so. She co founded a nonprofit called with love from harlan. Little dishing know her hometown with soon. Face its own disaster in february of twenty twenty floods and mudslides ravaged harlan county. After days of heavy rain in a trailer park. The water rose chest high one family. She had been homeless for many wakes. She had just moved into this trailer probably three weeks before the flooding happened. Bledsoe's nonprofit rush to provide cleaning supplies to victims and then we help them get furniture and clothing and things like that. Try to help them rebuild a year later residents fear disaster could strike again. Climate change is bringing more intense. Storms and mining is disturbed the land which can increase the risk of floods yet. Many in the flood plain cannot afford to move. They basically don't have a choice but to stay there.

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What's going on with the New Orleans Pelicans?

The Bill Simmons Podcast

03:46 min | 1 year ago

What's going on with the New Orleans Pelicans?

"This year's deputy f team the new orleans pelicans. I don't know what baker this team you can catch them on any given night and it's a completely different experience than the last night. I don't know if the players make sense together. Actually i'm pretty sure they don't. I don't really know what the overall philosophy is. I don't know if they're trying to be a playoff team if they're trying to be rebuilding. I'm just constantly confused and there are some optimism because they want a couple of games around people here they go here. Zion and then they get killed last night by the bulls and have one hundred thousand breakdowns. And i guess my first question to you is the pelicans what the fuck you. How many exclamation points can we tack onto that. Wt fd think. But i was hoping you could answer this question. Because i think you're spot on in that it's so much depends your view of this team on when you catch them even just like what stage in the season. You caught them because for a minute. It looked like they were going to live up to their personnel and be a tough minded offensive team. Scrounging out offensive rebounds to get points and just kinda struggling on that in because they're spacing issues the script has completely flipped. And now this is all of a sudden very competent offense. I think park has really driven by brandon. Ingram is i ion williamson. They're making that part of it work but the defense. Jesus christ i mean it is. There is inconsistent defensively as really any team out there. Yeah i would say other than brooklyn. It's the team that's most likely to give up one hundred forty on any given night to any team. That knows what they're doing. I so if you actually look at their stats and you haven't been watching that much and you look at the stats and you look at williamson in ingram and all right. Those guys are having good years pretty efficient. And then you look at lonzo and you look at bledsoe. Lonzo shoot thirty seven percent from three so she and forty percent so going into the season like well. Their guards can't shoot. They're not going to be able to have enough space. Well their guards are actually shooting. Okay but then. When i watch everybody together. I don't have a five-man line-up that i liked like yesterday. They're playing Kyra lewis with He he got a little more run and he's really interesting. Rookies really fast. He's little darren foxy and gave them an energy that i was like. Well maybe this. Maybe i would like this version of the pelicans more. If fast you know now unleash sign a little bed. Go up and down a little bit more. But i still don't know who the other two teammates would be with cairo. Lewis design and branding. And i guess the fundamental question for me is do zion and brandon. Ingram makes sense together on a team. That's actually trying to win the title. I think they make sense on offense but the question was i on really broadly. As who are you going to put the five that's gonna make up for all. He doesn't do defensively right now. That's always been my issue with the idea of playing small and we are putting him at the five his rotations is. Aren't there really the pelicans as a team. If i were an opposing coach. I would say this is a team. We can beat him rotation every they are. Pass away from defensive breakdown every time out on the floor and keep moving the ball. You keep doing what you're supposed to do they will they will mess up in a whether it's undersized guy in the corner doesn't quite rotate over all the way. Jj radic or josh. Hart they try hard. They do what they can. But they're not equipped to be helped rotation defenders. If a guy like zion isn't going to be one so i mean i'm i'm kinda bullish on the anger rooms ion depot in general but i am really struggling to see how you put together those lineups. I can see how they kind of got into this conundrum where they clearly wanted to have some veterans early. Some veterans fell into their lap in terms of what was available and trying to get some pics and make their other moves but long term. It's a weird team to build with. And then you get lonzo into this conversation to and what they want to do with him. It's it's kind of messy.

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The case for Baylor at No. 1 over Gonzaga

CBS Sports Eye On College Basketball Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

The case for Baylor at No. 1 over Gonzaga

"The only respectful way to begin. This episode is by recognizing that scott drew baylor bears formerly known. As bill henderson's baylor bears improved a seventeen on the season tuesday night with an eighty-three sixty nine victory at texas. They outscored the longhorns. By seven in the first half they outscored the longhorns. By seven in the second half as a result baylor otherwise known as terry eagles alma mater is now seventeen and fifteen. Double digit wins. The bears are number one at kim palm. Their number one in the net. they are awesome undeniably. Norlander your turn to talk about baylor. Are you going to spend the next few minutes showing proper respect for the first lady of baylor basketball or are you going to once again disrespect. Kelly drew got drew. Plus mackenzie payton brody. Not to mention homer and janet price and tara dana and her husband. Casey bryson anna isaiah caleb. In luke plus drew barrymore drew carey. Drew brees drew bledsoe. Dr drew drew. Gooden andrew mcintyre how are you gonna handle this moment. bryce doesn't care does care. He'd bryce doesn't care. I talk to about it. He doesn't care. How are you going to atone for the fact that you still have a number one. I mean. I think it's disrespectful at this point. Daily top twenty five and one. After what i saw last night. I got baylor number one. But you don't and you disrespect the entire through family. And every drew. She has to drew mcgarry as well. You're disrespecting them all you've got number two. I think you're the one who needs to explain himself. I actually can't explain myself. And i do get asked this every day. I saw strong joe last night trying to make the case that baylor should be number one and i let it be clear. I won't argue with anybody that says baylor should be number. One baylor at this moment has a better resume than gonzaga. Got six quarter on lindsay. Does eggs only have five. Baylor is got the best adjusted efficiency margin in the country and one of the best of all time at this point. If you wanna if you wanna put baylor number one it is fine with me. It's just. I think we've talked about this. Before i made a rule a longtime ago i will not drop number one team unless it loses the only time i made an exception i went and looked it. Up is two seasons ago. Kansas was number one in the top twenty five and one to open the season. Kentucky might have been to. Duke was in the top five somewhere and do zion williamson cameras and remember the other one started with our allies and it was. It was whatever it doesn't matter. It doesn't rj barrett and so they went out and they just throttled kentucky on opening night at bankers life. And i just. I was even conflicted. Then because keynes's is just one and it was one zero and number one and i was like i don't feel silly not to have that duke team. That just did that to kentucky ranked number one. So i made an exception to the rule. Then but i've been ranking college basketball teams for better or worse for like more than fifteen years now and i've only dropped a number one team without losing one time and that is the example.

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Do Positions Even Matter Anymore?

The NBA Show

05:21 min | 2 years ago

Do Positions Even Matter Anymore?

"Now i'm joined by yahoo serious so he and she wrote this article about draymond green. She wrote an article about the idea. That draymond green is almost a position unto himself that now new players come into the league or filling in so i wanna talk to her about that and i thought it was a fascinating piece because you identified a bunch of guys use value. I think are were only just now starting to understand so before we get into our conversation about like positions and howard thinking about positions in the league across the board. Just tell me a little bit. About what attracted you to this idea in the first place like was there a big bang moment that you were like i think i ll adore is also part of this yet actually was I was watching. I was watching the rockets take on the thunder in the playoffs. And there are a few moments where statement just couldn't close out on pj talker. Who's obviously pointing the five. And then they had to madore at the five and he's six four was already crazy. The pj tucker six five center was starting and that was a response to that. It was a natural response and it was the right response. Underplayed way better with him at the five and they went away from it. Which is i think why they lost the series and it was just kind of interesting to me you know. You didn't have a workers in the playoffs. But stephen adams is being squeezed on both sides. He just can't get away from this thing. That dream on started like on one end. It's we can't defend on the other end like there's there's this young guy who's coming for a spot and he watched even again. We're gonna talk about this later. But if you watch stephen adams now not exactly fitting offense. No i mean. I almost wonder whether or not steven adams was like an enormous tax locker room. Guy like that that he was brought in. Now you can almost make the argument that he's there to give veteran leadership and just like established like a certain culture at the pelicans. Because obviously encore doesn't really work the way. I don't buy that at all veteran leadership. I can these signs of guys and then they're like yeah. That'll that'll play well. They had drew holiday last year. They found jj radic for the past two years. They have veteran leader. Sure especially since. I feel like grip is also read coyotes piece earlier this week. Try to roll bledsoe into that as well as like. No no no you guys go up bledsoe on the back end of that deal. Because that's we got. I see what they were trying to do. Which is like they have like the young guys and then they have like this mix of old guy so that young guys never turned into the wolves and wind up not knowing how like which way is up and all but they're only like a few steps better than the wolves to host stephen adams this much money also the wolves beat down. Yes that's true. How are they really. They made the wolves. Look real smart on offense. Yes which is impossible so wanted to ask you about this idea that i've been thinking about especially as regards to ben simmons which i think has become like a little bit of an obsession of mine this season. But it's like where is he appropriately situated on the court. There's like the physical like. Where does he stand part. And then there is the conceptual like do we think of him as a point guard. Do we think of a four or are we starting to introduce like a certain new kind of lexicon of the way we think about players. Like whether it's the dunker or like a cook cling cappella roller or a guy. Who is you know. There's all sorts of a huge constellation of terms. We use. Is that a better way to think about these guys in does change their value at all. Because i thought like your idea here that the draymond is almost a new position. Now you could look for was fascinating and there's no question to me that it changes the value of the players of one of the things. I noticed while reporting that article was just the fact that once you name something you start seeing it everywhere like tournament use that you see in life all the time and it was. It was pointed to detrimental. These guys because they were doing things in the court and a lot of the people i talked to. Just one of the things to that stuck out was scouts. Were just like you. Just don't don't doubt winning. If the guy has contributed to winning plays this was this was wrong. One of the college scouts said scouted grant williams. So if the guy's making winning plays don't outsmart yourself just because you can't find a way to put it in a box. It's probably something that you don't quite understand yet just because you can't understand it doesn't mean it's not effective in that definitely plays a role with a lot of guys in the league. So yeah tha t to that point a changes your changes your value just because like this league is a lot more because a lot more than i think people realize it. A lot of people are out to win. Press conferences in if you can't quite explain what you're going for with certain player. I think it makes it harder for you to recognize. It also makes it harder for you to sell which matters on every level matters when you're scouting and you're trying to convince your head coach your your gm or somebody else and then for the gm. It's like trying to convince the owner. Then you know that's gonna be that's gonna be defined the depending on the franchise you are. Some of that is going to be defined by the media will perceive a certain selection to Be it's interesting. i think i'm kind of. I'm kind of going to this place whereby my pet theory now watching the heat watching the sixers has become that you can. You're allowed to have if you really smart. And if the other shooters are andrew or really good they can make plays. You're allowed to have two guys. That aren't very good shooting on the court

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Bledoe, Ingram lead Pelicans past Raptors, 120-116

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Bledoe, Ingram lead Pelicans past Raptors, 120-116

"Eric Bledsoe highlighted his nineteen point ten assist performance with a go ahead three pointer in the final minute of the pelicans one twenty one sixteen verdict over the raptors Brandon Ingram capped his thirty one point performance by training for free throws over the final thirteen seconds Zion Williamson for his twenty one points for New Orleans which squandered a twelve point fourth quarter lead before dropping the reigning Atlantic division champs to one in four Fred vanvleet scored twenty seven points and Chris Boucher added twenty four for Toronto I'm Dave Ferrie

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Ingram leads Pelicans to 113-80 win over Thunder

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 years ago

Ingram leads Pelicans to 113-80 win over Thunder

"Brandon Ingram furnished twenty points and seven rebounds before being ejected in the third quarter of the pelicans pounding of the thunder one thirteen to eighty Bledsoe's arm caught eyes they're Roby across the faces Roby look for a layup on a fast break officials ruled a flagrant foul and ejected Ingram Eric Bledsoe added seventeen points and Lonzo ball at sixteen with nine assists and eight rebounds for New Orleans which lost all four of its games last season to the founder al Horford led the thunder with seventeen points and six rebounds Steven Adams chipped in fourteen points and ten boards in his first game with Oklahoma City I'm Dave Ferrie

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Giannis, Milwaukee Bucks reach $228M supermax extension

The Steve Warne Project - Sports

01:31 min | 2 years ago

Giannis, Milwaukee Bucks reach $228M supermax extension

"Another big deal has been signed in the nba with. Maybe it's best player. It's a debatable. Point but the greek freak is staying with milwaukee for at least five more years yiannis antenna kubo had until yesterday to sign the bucks super. Max extension offer a love. The supermax extension sounds so cool. I want the supermax. I would lie. I would like to have some time on my radio. Career kicked open the bosses door and not just demanded a race but a super max extension. Yeah exactly never really panned out. It's radio after all Anyway if he turned down he could become a free agent after the upcoming year. So there was plenty of angst about it and so the box mandate they bend over backwards for this guy In the days leading up to this new deal. Which i'll tell you about nasek like they were improving the team like crazy They did a blockbuster deal. Given up. First round two first rounders To come and then a first rounder in our rj hampton guards. Eric bledsoe george hill. All to get Drew holiday one of the best players in the nba. And so the box currently look as good as anyone in the league. Right now and would have been would really sucked for the box if if they couldn't have got this deal done anyway Signs a five year contract worth two hundred twenty eight million dollars that includes the opt-out clause in twenty twenty five so crazy crazy big money and handed out in the association over the last few days. Here

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Butler Scores 40, Miami Heat Top Bucks 115-104 For 1-0 Series Lead

The Steve Czaban Show

01:29 min | 2 years ago

Butler Scores 40, Miami Heat Top Bucks 115-104 For 1-0 Series Lead

"The Milwaukee Bucks scored forty points in the first quarter. Last night for an eleven point lead in game one of their second round NBA playoff series with. MIAMI. But things fell apart after that and Jimmy. Butler got hot for the heat solder will work against Middleton. Topped out at eight put the three out Kyrie gotta go Mike Goodness Jimmy Butler second. Of the night. It's Mike English sunset and ninety, the ticket Butler scored fourteen of his career playoff high forty points in the fourth quarter in Miami beat Milwaukee one, fifteen, four mostly credits Jimmy I thought he had several if not all of the shots he may tough shots he's capable given credit you made them but. The defense while we can always be better I. think it was a case and making tough shots. Bucks committed nineteen turnovers miss twelve free throws gave up forty two points in the paint and were out rebounded forty, six, thirty, four, Chris Middleton scored twenty eight before fouling out. Brook. Lopez added twenty four while Janas unto. Kubo didn't play as well as we expect Janas had eighteen points, ten rebounds and nine assists but committed six turnovers and missed eight of twelve free throws I want to be more. Obviously you know when you the game is over and you have the the sheet at, you'll see twelve shots you gotta wonder. Why the issue more could have been more aggressive but I think now just tried to make it up playing style was my whole game. You know whether lose you got two bucks didn't have point guard Bledsoe who sat out with a strained right hamstring status for game two tomorrow night is unclear

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Boston Celtics Won’t Have To Deal With Bledsoe, Connaughton When They Face Bucks Friday Night

Sports X Radio

01:38 min | 2 years ago

Boston Celtics Won’t Have To Deal With Bledsoe, Connaughton When They Face Bucks Friday Night

"And Bucks. Two more bucks minus five and a key laws for Milwaukee. Uh, not out for a long time, but Eric Bledsoe is downgraded He will be out tomorrow. Morven Williams doubtful is will impact content and is also out for the Milwaukee Bucks for Beantown. We see who Boston's missing Kemba Walker's probable as his Marcus Smart, so they're not missing anybody tomorrow. That's why Boston looks a little bit inviting their plus the five points almost looks a little bit too inviting. So I want to see what happens. I certainly would only consider Boston in this game. We'll see what happens. Maybe we'll see the line. Come down on tomorrow as we have a 3 30 Pacific. Uh, scheduled tip off, so Hey, I Sometimes it looks too easy when you see a number like this because you get to Milwaukee. Yeah, they want to get the number one seed for the reason I mentioned earlier. They're probably well, maybe watches and not so much as in the Western Conference, where, uh, the top seed will. It's a team that very well be fatigued. It could very well be Washington I mentioned in the East is in the night. See there the on ly team that could possibly Eliminated by Brooklyn, Orlando, But they may also finished more than four games behind the eighth seed in that that's the case. Then there is no playoff, so Milwaukee might not get to play attire team. But certainly Milwaukee will be a team that I'm expecting to use this as a warm up period. I expect the honest won't play. Extended minutes in this game. Boston, of course, already in the playoffs, But I think here, why not expect a close game?

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Bledsoe tests positive, not with Bucks in Orlando

Mason & Ireland

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Bledsoe tests positive, not with Bucks in Orlando

"Okay, Basketball News Bucks Guard Eric Bledsoe. TOLD ESPN within the hour. He's tested positive for covid nineteen. He's as symptomatic and feeling fine. He is not mace in Orlando. Not In Orlando with the bucks he says one time meet the NBA. Protocols I'll look forward to joining my teammates in Orlando

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