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"bo jackson" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

03:00 min | Last month

"bo jackson" Discussed on The Art of Fatherhood Podcast

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Is Shohei Ohtani 'The New Babe Ruth' or Something Entirely New?

Mason & Ireland

01:26 min | 2 months ago

Is Shohei Ohtani 'The New Babe Ruth' or Something Entirely New?

"Here is passing. Never seen a player like shohei ohtani babe. Ruth was playing against pitchers who were thrown eighty-five miles an hour. Shohei otani is doing this. Against an average fastball of ninety three point five miles per hour average breaking ball. That's unlike anything babe ruth ever saw on top of that he is facing hitters on the pitching mound who were better than they have ever been also and the fact that he has a two point seven nine. Era now in one hundred things which the third best in the american league while at the same time leading all of baseball with forty home runs. It sounds ridiculous because is ridiculous. We have not seen anyone like this in history and the only thing that i hope for greenie is that shohei ohtani can stay healthy because that is all. That's keeping him from being brilliant year after year after year so greatest individual major league baseball season of any player. certainly in our lifetimes. right. I think so. I mean 'cause pitching is a completely different skill than hitting. This isn't i mean to me. It's almost akin to bo jackson playing two different sports. Yes dion sanders like it's. It's almost two different sports to be that good as a pitcher and that goes here.

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"bo jackson" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

Strong Opinion Sports

04:55 min | 3 months ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on Strong Opinion Sports

"At home, run, it's ridiculous. Like dude, this guy is unbelievable. We're two games from the All-Star break and he's hitting a homerun almost every night recently. You're like well, okay then, so that's already by itself, crazy. Like he's back in eighty-two games this year hit thirty three home runs that's like 40% of his games hitting a homerun. But here that's crazy about shohei Otani. The most absurd thing. I'm going to say, not only does he lead Major League Baseball in hitting home runs, but he's also pitched in six, seven innings. He struck out 87 batters, he's a starting pitcher. Oh, yeah. And he's leading baseball hitting home runs and when he's not pitching by the way, he still in the line of every night as a designated hitter, it's really cool. Maybe, by the way, be such a shame. If you played in the National League, where you didn't have designated hitters and you couldn't hit every night, but doesn't line up every single day and this is unicorn type of stuff. Where I mean Babe Ruth or Bo Jackson, Bo Jackson was a unicorn. Totally unique. Just something you'll never ever see again in your lifetime. Like a mythical creature where you know in 1989 Bo Jackson played in Major League Baseball, he had 32 home and had a hundred and five RBIs. Then later that fall only played running back for the Raiders and he averaged 5.5 yards-per-carry. Bo Jackson in nineteen eighty-nine was an All-Star in Major League Baseball, the next year in nineteen ninety. He got named to the Pro Bowl in the NFL. That's ridiculous by later in that year, nineteen ninety before we could actually play in the Pro Bowl, believe was January 13th. 1991 the 1990 season. The playoffs, the series is a divisional round of the NFL playoffs. He dislocated hip the same injury that to actually had and ended his NFL career, but Bo Jackson is one of those guys that you're just never going to see ever again. A guy who literally you could argue could have been a Hall of Famer in and maybe I don't actually know. Is he a Hall of Famer either sport? I don't know. He had the talent. Definitely To be a a Hall of Famer in Major League Baseball. And the NFL someone let me know, I would imagine it played long enough to become a hall of fame or any other sport, but.

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"bo jackson" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine

American Outdoor News Magazine

02:57 min | 8 months ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on American Outdoor News Magazine

"I do all my own own adjusts in torkan all my hunting equipment. My golf equipment. I do it all. I get in my man cave and i and i unhooked the smoke detector and i go to work so i do all my own fledging Building my eros and and tune in my bose where they shoot like a dart now. I just didn't read this book. I got a lot of friends. That's in the outdoor business Vicky and ralph choice Tim wells Tim wills outta peoria. Jackie bushman all these guys Michael dale all of these guys and ladies are good friend of mine. So i've learned from them over the years and i take it home and i get him. I may indicate that once. I go downstairs in my basement and going my man kennedy where signs they no trespass I'm no longer bo. jackson. I'm no longer bo jackson outdoors person that the country barely knows that has a passion to be in that area that has a passion to to to want to get out in nature and just be a part of nature when you play for the royals you at a very unusual later. Zony yourself in for the game as you shoot my borneo in the locker room a lot and the players weren't i get there early and just to relax before you do. I do the william helping. We're going to apple and sit on the thing and put an arrow through the apple and bret saberhagen mark. Good was on all we would all get. They try to pull my back and they couldn't pull it back clancy that ninety pounds and they couldn't pull it back at the time but now now with me being an old man and with artificial shoulder i'm only pulling about sixty pounds now. Which is way more than enough if you're shooting the proper if you got it up proper with with a heavy enough arrow that can carry the kinetic energy behind behind it to get the penetration of of Of a big size animal unit game. Nothing to worry about. I heard a story that won't point. Be shooting the apple out of your i. I've done that once. How in god's name had did you talk somebody in the holding apple. Look the thing that you have to realize. Baseball players.

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"bo jackson" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"This next topic quickly by prefacing it. With falling statement. Oh, Jackson. Is the most impressive athlete I have ever seen. Period. Oh, Jackson, the most impressive athlete I've ever seen. In my lifetime, and it's not just that he played professional baseball and pro football and did so at the same time. There's been a few other guys who have done that. But they didn't come anywhere near Anywhere close to his holy crap moments in both sports did Bo produced. I'm talking about a guy was an all star in both sports, Not just a guy that played both sports at the same time, But a guy who was an all star in both sports a guy who not only could have been a whole family in one I'd argue he could be a whole family in both. I mean in either, but in both, Yeah, I said it like if he doesn't get hurt, and Bo want to spend his entire career playing both sports he probably could have, and he probably could have ended up with two bus. The guy was that explosive. He was that much of a freak show. Like if you're the right age, and I say Bo Jackson's name you might think of that frozen rope that he threw to gun down Harold Reynolds at the plate Or maybe that home run in the All Star game or the home run. He hit with one hand on the back. Or that wall run. Or maybe you Michael football and think about him humiliating Brian Bosworth and the Seahawks on Monday night. The guy was an unbelievable talent. Ah, fear ist running back and his career ended way too soon. I mean, you want to talk about a two sports door? This guy was so talented Once when he came on this program, he did an interview. Any ate a salad at the exact same time. So it is great to have you back on. How are you doing? I'm sitting. I'm sitting making phone calls after emails. Trying to eat up Caesar salad with grilled calamari at my favorite Italian restaurant. It's a good life, but it's a good life and you've earned it. So where are you right now? What city actually roll in Chicago on Like I said, I've been out running errands and just working. Actually, I'm working harder now than I did both sports. It's against you an interview with me, and he's eating a calamari salad. On answering email, too. So again, Let me say this very loudly, very proudly and very clearly, both. Jackson is the most impressive athlete I've ever seen. Having said that? Po was on the 21st and prime podcast. Check out would bow had to say about Bo. Nobody no more with me being a ball carrier. My coat's caught us number one, he said. I know you can run. But I will teach you How to carry that football, He said. That football is like your newborn baby. Don't put it on the ground and keep it away from the alright so nothing too crazy there A former players saying the guys today don't want to tackle But they don't attack the right way. I mean, nothing really crazy about that. Not really surprising. It's kinda what former players do write in pretty much every single sport. They say that was way better back when they played. But then Bo takes it a step further like this. Then I want to take me. I don't know about the hit Iraq, wrapping everybody's running into each other and trying to use a shoulder pants but not the ball carrier down. All right. Cool. Once again. I'm fine with this. Maybe wrapping up really is a lost art. Maybe guys are too focused on trying to hit guys with their shoulders and knock him down instead of actually tackling them. Maybe they're not focused on proper technique and fundamentals. I see you, Bo. Like if you start to think about it, and you watch Derrick Henry run and you watch what Derrick Henry is doing right now. You might start to imagine, man. If Derrick Henry could do that today. What would Bo Jackson be able to Dio if he played in today's game? What kind of damage could Bo do on a weekly basis? Funny you should ask because Bo himself has been thinking about that very thing. And while you were doing the Alfredo Bo did the math. If I play doing this here man is free because nobody wraps up anymore. They run into each other with the path notice. Bo's the only one not laughing when he made that statement. Bo just said he would be averaging 3 52 400 yards per game in the NFL. But I could see that in Tech Mobile, the only thing more impressive than real life. Bo Jackson was techno bowl. Bo Jackson. Techno Bobo was going for 3 52 400 per game every single time out. Hell, he was doing that in the first half. But in real life in the NFL 3 52 400 yards per game in today's game. Listen, there are two dudes that I do not mess with ever Mike Tyson and Bo Jackson. Still

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Bo Jackson believes he'd average 350-400 yards per game in today's NFL

Inside the Huddle

05:15 min | 1 year ago

Bo Jackson believes he'd average 350-400 yards per game in today's NFL

"This next topic quickly by prefacing it. With falling statement. Oh, Jackson. Is the most impressive athlete I have ever seen. Period. Oh, Jackson, the most impressive athlete I've ever seen. In my lifetime, and it's not just that he played professional baseball and pro football and did so at the same time. There's been a few other guys who have done that. But they didn't come anywhere near Anywhere close to his holy crap moments in both sports did Bo produced. I'm talking about a guy was an all star in both sports, Not just a guy that played both sports at the same time, But a guy who was an all star in both sports a guy who not only could have been a whole family in one I'd argue he could be a whole family in both. I mean in either, but in both, Yeah, I said it like if he doesn't get hurt, and Bo want to spend his entire career playing both sports he probably could have, and he probably could have ended up with two bus. The guy was that explosive. He was that much of a freak show. Like if you're the right age, and I say Bo Jackson's name you might think of that frozen rope that he threw to gun down Harold Reynolds at the plate Or maybe that home run in the All Star game or the home run. He hit with one hand on the back. Or that wall run. Or maybe you Michael football and think about him humiliating Brian Bosworth and the Seahawks on Monday night. The guy was an unbelievable talent. Ah, fear ist running back and his career ended way too soon. I mean, you want to talk about a two sports door? This guy was so talented Once when he came on this program, he did an interview. Any ate a salad at the exact same time. So it is great to have you back on. How are you doing? I'm sitting. I'm sitting making phone calls after emails. Trying to eat up Caesar salad with grilled calamari at my favorite Italian restaurant. It's a good life, but it's a good life and you've earned it. So where are you right now? What city actually roll in Chicago on Like I said, I've been out running errands and just working. Actually, I'm working harder now than I did both sports. It's against you an interview with me, and he's eating a calamari salad. On answering email, too. So again, Let me say this very loudly, very proudly and very clearly, both. Jackson is the most impressive athlete I've ever seen. Having said that? Po was on the 21st and prime podcast. Check out would bow had to say about Bo. Nobody no more with me being a ball carrier. My coat's caught us number one, he said. I know you can run. But I will teach you How to carry that football, He said. That football is like your newborn baby. Don't put it on the ground and keep it away from the alright so nothing too crazy there A former players saying the guys today don't want to tackle But they don't attack the right way. I mean, nothing really crazy about that. Not really surprising. It's kinda what former players do write in pretty much every single sport. They say that was way better back when they played. But then Bo takes it a step further like this. Then I want to take me. I don't know about the hit Iraq, wrapping everybody's running into each other and trying to use a shoulder pants but not the ball carrier down. All right. Cool. Once again. I'm fine with this. Maybe wrapping up really is a lost art. Maybe guys are too focused on trying to hit guys with their shoulders and knock him down instead of actually tackling them. Maybe they're not focused on proper technique and fundamentals. I see you, Bo. Like if you start to think about it, and you watch Derrick Henry run and you watch what Derrick Henry is doing right now. You might start to imagine, man. If Derrick Henry could do that today. What would Bo Jackson be able to Dio if he played in today's game? What kind of damage could Bo do on a weekly basis? Funny you should ask because Bo himself has been thinking about that very thing. And while you were doing the Alfredo Bo did the math. If I play doing this here man is free because nobody wraps up anymore. They run into each other with the path notice. Bo's the only one not laughing when he made that statement. Bo just said he would be averaging 3 52 400 yards per game in the NFL. But I could see that in Tech Mobile, the only thing more impressive than real life. Bo Jackson was techno bowl. Bo Jackson. Techno Bobo was going for 3 52 400 per game every single time out. Hell, he was doing that in the first half. But in real life in the NFL 3 52 400 yards per game in today's game. Listen, there are two dudes that I do not mess with ever Mike Tyson and Bo Jackson. Still

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"bo jackson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"He was covered up. By all the talent that you know, five years ago in a house state on the defensive side of the ball on DH giants got fooled. Just is a bad draft pick. That was a bad one. Yeah, he'll probably gonna shot given his position. It's still relatively young, so he'll get a shot. But you know, in terms of being a player of significant consequence, no, it's that's not gonna happen. And Bo Jackson was chatting up with Dionne prime time that was on his 21st in prime podcast and Bo said. Quote. If I played during this era, then I'd be putting up 352 400 yards game. Nobody wraps up anymore. They run into each other with their pads and quote. What do we think about? Jackson's comments were obviously hyperbolic. Nobody's gonna averaged 350 yards game. He'd be Derrick Henry. Although ah, tick faster and Eric Enders fast b, you know he would be Listen, whatever he was when he played at his apex. He'd be better tonight. Yeah, better look, he he's right. One of the reasons that Derrick Henry is so effective as a runner, is it No one wraps him up now that might be because he's so massive. He's £240 when you're when you're coming downhill tackle him. Like how do you What do you do? You don't Hae, you can't blow If you try to fundamentally tackling like you head to the side. Wrap your arms around. He's just strong enough to run through it without gang tackling. The only chance you have is to kind of try to knock his legs out from underneath him. But he wants to a lot of those bows. Not not not wrong here. But I think he'd be great in today's game because he was powerful and fast and just game changing with his with change, direction and speed. What would he be catching the football to that? I remember his hands. I don't think he had a bunch of the did it a lot, But he'd be just like their kindred. You're right. Derrick. Henry doesn't catch the ball a lot, but he can You want to throw him a screen pass and get about on the perimeter? Like he did in overtime. You know, a couple weeks ago? Yeah,.

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"bo jackson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Danny Murtaugh was the manager because the Pirates won the pennant in 1960. And Mark Simon will beyond with us later, Hey, said Murtaugh said that he had a stand sideways on the mound wouldn't get knocked off the mountain. He talked to his pictures. So that was not it they had. They had two All Star games for a few years back then, which seems really odd, But they did. And and Candlestick was very young ballpark and the two games that year were in these classic. You know, the classic Fenway and the next great Ballpark, Candlestick in house that didn't quite live up to it right away to remember what happened in the in the in the All Star Game at Fenway that year. No, no, I don't It was a 1 to 1 tie. It started raining in the ninth, and they called it off. Well, well. Game. Okay. All right. Remember two All Star games and after a few years, you know, they just didn't want to do it anymore. And that that was the end of it. Well, I don't remember that either. Believe me. I was just checking this afternoon in 1967 and this one is in Anaheim. I remember this one and Tony Perez hit a home run. I think in the 15th inning I love Kathy to win the game 2 to 1/2 of that. Yeah, I was at that game. I was home from college from Cal, and we've got tickets and you know, we're nationally guys were going out to Anaheim Hostile territory, And we've got Lou Brock Clemente Aaronson paid and we got Dick Allen. And you know Marshall started the game. Uh, amazing came off the maze and Pete Rose. You're on the bench with Ernie Banks mean we're thinking, man, this is going to be We couldn't wait for that for that night, and you know it. It was a great game in its own way was it was wonder one going into the 15 But, uh, you know, he couldn't have couldn't have expected the way that thing. That thing came down. Any of American leaders made amazing times with American League to with, you know Brooks Robinson and yes and Mantle and kill everyone believe in all those guys. So it was a pitching was about pitching. Marshall is great. Gibson Drysdale were great Seaver. And ER and Richie Allen hit a homer in that game. I did enjoy that a lot in the sixties, the Golden era baseball. Absolutely the best, but I I always thought so, Yeah. 1989. Ah, Rick Russia ll pitches to Bo Jackson and that that's one of the lead. That's like the Reggie Jackson home run A Tiger stadium. Bo Jackson just crushes it to start the game. Yeah, I was covering that game. And you know, sometimes before a game, you might For some reason he might miss the first pitch. He might be in the bathroom in your little lake in the food or getting some coffee or whatever. And I I was not gonna miss one moment of Bo Jackson. From what we've seen leading up to that game from him. You know, he's making these insane catches and throws like you've never seen hitting 500 foot homers and it's like Good Lord. Then he does that. He added a ton. I forget where Round up. It was just massive. And even even then he got for it. That's that game, which we were all grateful to see, which is so rare that that happens today. But, uh, big area presence in that game well, 34 hitters for the National League. Where will Clark and Kevin Mitchell Nice. Stuart started for the for the American League? Fabulous, fabulous. Ah, couple of things about this this date and baseball history. The the warning track this the first time Yankee Stadium, they put a morning track. A similar warning track up to that point, you could run into a cement wall. It was no problem. It's so funny when you look back on things in the the old Forbes field in Pittsburgh Center field was like, you know, it wasn't even in Pennsylvania. I don't think they had They had a batting cage out there. That's right. If you happen to hit 1 18 miles it a rattle around out there, and the guy will find it or whatever. And and in Yankee Stadium. You know, the monuments were famous there and you know what? Gary? Ruth and DiMaggio and and they were in play for many years. They're just out there you could you are the ball could get lost out there. Another story was I used to hide a ball behind the monuments. Haitian needed one. Yeah, you couldn't find the other one. You could have the one behind the money, but so that was 1949. But you know, Pete Reserve the You know the next Mickey man. You know, you run into these cement walls with skull fractures and all that. That kind of you know, I was thinking today and this is sort of crazy off the wall. But, you know, baseball is so unique about Joe DiMaggio marrying Marilyn Monroe. About that when you think about it. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, we've never seen way. See anything like that. I mean, you know that Tom Brady doesn't even I can't even remember his wife's name is Alice. Yeah, yeah. You know, it's a great, wonderful, very attractive marriage. But I mean, this was when you talk about Iconic herrings in life. Really, of my goodness. Yeah, Just just remarkable. I mean, what a going A great A great thing again, you know, was a great thing for baseball in for Hollywood. Yeah, it was amazing. I just I just thought about that. The last thing that I'll mention, Actually, we could do this all night and it's it's just a pleasure to talk about it. We may actually be doing a pregame believe it or not in a couple of weeks. You know that would be leveling with every game Saturday and Sunday. We got one more Saturday's show next weekend, but it's also marks the passing of Bob Shepherd, the great voice of the New York Giants football and, of course in Yankees in Yankee Stadium. I got to meet him in a special man. Oh, yeah. I mean, you know, go walking into Yankee Stadium off the subway, where you smelling the pretzels and you can hear the organist Eddy Lleyton and you can hear Bob Sheppard's voice. I mean, you're just, uh, just loved up Shepherd once compared to Yankee Stadium to Ah, you know, ST Patrick's Cathedral. 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Animal Agricultures Awakening Hour

Plant Strong

07:37 min | 1 year ago

Animal Agricultures Awakening Hour

"Today's guest was inspired by his dad to change the world and have a lasting positive impact on health and the environment. I'm talking about Ethan Brown. The founder and CEO of beyond meet a disruptive and innovative plant based Meat Company and. I know you've seen her to them. Because they are ubiquitous. These days interview was recorded pre covert nineteen so while we don't specifically discuss it. This episode is very timely. Since as you've I'm sure read. One of the areas most affected by this horrific disease. Is Our food supply chain specifically the animal food supply chain. The conditions are deplorable for both the animals and humans at these meat processing plants and the health of both is compromised. Daily Ethan discusses in detail. I was company is improving the efficiency the safety the health and the environmental impact of his beyond meat. Production and the benefits are huge. We know that the average consumer even those who eat animal meat are aware and very concerned about these health and social issues. As Ethan says I believe there is a new dawn for American agriculture. And this conversation is our awakening our in fact just last week. Jim Cramer the host of mad money on. Cnbc said that beyond meat is a small company but so Amazon so was facebook and so was Google and then he goes on to say and I quote. It's all going beyond meets way and what is beyond me doing. They're cutting prices. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based Kramer continues to go on to say that the rising demand for plant based protein will not be a passing fad and that. There's no hobby here. The Hobby is going to end up being meet man. Jim You are talking our language. I think the pandemic is saying start eating plant based eating meats going to become a hobby love it? Here's to having the heart of a hero and not being afraid to challenge the status quo in fact instead of being divisive it's time we collectively come together and work to solve these problems on behalf of the animals the longevity of our planet and our own health it is my mission and it's the mission and driving force for my friend. Ethan Brown all right here. We are season two of the the plant. Strong podcast I am here with Ethan Brown. The CEO of beyond me. And I want you to know and I'm at World Headquarters for beyond me. Where exactly are we? So we're going to California el Segundo AB- like what two miles from the airport? Exactly yeah I mean it was the most. This is the easiest drive ever made from the airport and season to just so you know the whole theme is heart of a hero and we're really trying to identify People that are changing the game and and that's who were having an inviting on season two of the Pike Aston. You probably more than just about anybody. I know are changing the game in a multitude of ways and I and I wanna get into that so you are truly a game changer. Speaking of the game game changers. Have you seen the movie I have in before I even get into that? I mean I just WanNa share on August the impact you and your family out on my own life and just how much a fan of yours and incredibly sincere. I've watched forks over knives yet more times than I can count Shared it with more people than I can count And you don't want. We got a chance to connect few years back. It was a terrific thing for me. No I've been a big fan of yours for a long time to be here being everybody. You surreal well. I I'm flattered. Thank you and so in the game changers. You saw it. Did you like it. I love that movie. Yes in fact. You're so intimately viable that but I'm having to stop myself showing you a clip. Because it's almost every time someone comes to my office injured in this subject. But of course that would be lost on you because you set the record for most I think most downloaded most downloads of a documentary ever and they broke it in a little over a week. It's remarkable and it resonates so strongly with me for so many of the reasons that it also resonates with you of course But even as somebody's building business it was really important for me to see this You know growing up we were very much exposed to the got milk campaign. I mean that was something that was a big part of culture and and maybe less so today but you know the use of athletes to promote a particular type of animal-based protein with something the California Milk Board. Did you know very well And and that was something that because of my own background and interest in the milk industry. My family was doing I paid a lot of to the got milk campaign with came time for me to start my own company I. She hired the original sponsor of that campaign. I'm Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board. He had left since you grew up on a dairy farm. I grew up in the city. Okay on my dad's a professor and we He he didn't like being in the city and so he wanted to have a place to recreate because he grew up in the country and so got a farm Very early on in my childhood and he's kind of entrepreneurial so ultimately we get wholesale cattle there Dairy but but he rate so To went back and found the person who who wrote the original mandate for the got milk campaign of someone named Jeff Manning on the California Milk Board and that led to that campaign with milk mustache. And you know Bo Jackson Derek. Jeter et CETERA. And so I asked him to come work with me so we were together for a number of years creating the future protein campaign that we have here on the go beyond campaign and it's been been remarkable woman named Beth. Moskowitz has brought in more athletes. I can count Really remarkable career having or you know deandre Jordan Deandre Hopkins Chris Paul. They are now getting behind the idea. That a plant based Diet is the best performance and so game changers just nails that yeah and and there's a scene in there with the Tennessee. Titans football players and chastity. Morgan yes is cooking. I think some burgers on a grill. Those beyond Meat Burger. Yes we love the the Morgan's and all they're doing and I think that's just a great story and you're seeing that Clifford throughout the NFL particularly NBA. Where lightness quickness is so important you seeing so many. Nba Athletes turn to a plant based Diet for no other reason improve the performance. They also love the social aspect of it. They love the disruptive Challenger. Let's let's not do things the way we used to do. Let's bring something forward in this. World is a little better for for their kids. The challenge the status quo. Yeah there's a big big part of that

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"bo jackson" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

Fat-bike Radio

21:03 min | 2 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on Fat-bike Radio

"WanNa race gladly donate to Yo cogent chick for my fed fun or whatever kind of by come right and I'm reading the New Bo Jackson the bear club Bo Jackson like this road hi it's a metric century on gravel roads and that bike I took it came out of the box today got put together went out on the gravel right holy crab oh yeah it's going to be really nice this travel machine I said personal bests on on the Three the segments that I wrote today so wow who who took over Gomez is brain something with it learn here we we do yeah so we did a may one for our walk and we'll probably go back to December one but I don't have an exact date and we're getting really close this year is this schedule this year has shifted a little bit so I think having our peddler this December a little little type for us but it's it's fantastic so you know I'd like to do it again but we just haven't confirmed date and we're we're really late Eddie in October Open Art Gallery so our penalty was our response to crank kicking out one of our artists in so we decided to have our own and for ten years now we've been doing the similar idea of art related print art we've also done just sheer at upscale Shire's and just really had ourselves can have fun with this whole concept but this last May we did art peddler number nine and we just did as only is that are sold at a really reasonable amount of money and we're kind of pushing a little bit of our noses up against the art community who doesn't like to support that south in peace that you have in your house all right I'm going to call La Guys Halloo we're here that's the other voice that you hear other than spinning myself is Jeff it's Gerald from revolution cycles Oh yeah hi how are you great thank you so the whole premise of his bid is that we're supposed to pretend that you're a hyperbolic chain chamber for altitude trading so that is that why sound funny Yeah Hyperbolic Chamber Okay Yes exactly it and you're breathing Cup so you've been a busy young lady in your hiatus from from important work like podcasting place behind the seven time Champ Jenner Reinhardt at the Schwab tire forty yeah yeah excited about that one I know that is something that is really really an accomplishment yeah John on that course yeah she's been at the game for a long time so just being able to ride with her was really exciting for me you said that you you hung with her they allowed for a an elite flash crow division and we left separately from the mass says so we we took off at one o'clock Which is the reason that I even decided to participate in the race I won't be able to since we weren't doing a mass start she wouldn't be able to just hook onto the fastest guys disappear I was I was hoping that it who was just women she wasn't GonNa WanNa raise it alone she's GonNa WanNa at yeah.

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"bo jackson" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast

"This is an intro intro intro intro. A if flow chart with four. Hey, what's up? How you doing? I'm doing fabulous, because we're not doing these interests at the end of a long, long, long day. Yeah. So I think we found a little bit more co coherent today. Cohere Oaten, no work. You're wrong psychological thing that, like whenever we turn these interest on hit the record, but we're like we're going to sound like a bunch of idiots now. This just you. Wow. All yours, bro, Matty. All right. I'm just kidding. It's all love. Oh, I'm back. I get made fun of in the episode. It's true. That is true for all right? Well, who we talk into this is one that I'm actually pretty excited to share with everybody. We're talking to. Amassed man man, a superhero, a we're talking to Todd Herman man. This guy's a bad ass. But you'll get the reference a little later. He is the author of the alter ego affect, which you probably heard this, re reference by Matt nine even think a couple of other folks as being one of their favorite books recently. That's totally still true because it's extremely practical and Todd he's not going to step through what the book was in this, but I feel like like you and I were saying like he gave a really good. I think overall feeling of like you know, who uses this, how to use this, the power of it, and a lot of ways you can just test this right now. Yeah. I think I think it really touches on the essence of the book. Basically, you get like three core parts like first of all explanation of what the alter ego affect is you get a little bit of an explanation on how to develop your own alter ego. And then you get an explanation on how to turn it on and off that alter ego at will. And we really kind of dive into those three core things and Joan. I like you said, we both read this book, what we listen to the book on audio. We're actually buying the print version, because we want to sort of get another modality to really lock in a lot of the concepts. But Todd doesn't amazing job in our that we have to gather of really sort of explaining, and breaking down all of the core elements, so that you can go do this. But you gotta get this book, alter-ego affect a great book. Yeah. And it's something I know I've, I've personally used already in certain scenarios, like. Well, going to specific like super d-. But, like speaking in front in front of certain audiences, for instance, like where you might have in this is the case. I'm sure we all have a little tinge of it. But like imposter syndrome, sometimes no, Matt, I talk about all the time, like wait. Are we really qualified to be speaking on this stage, or, or interviewing this person, or whatever it might be or getting the, the traction notoriety for things that people like wait? Really? But, like, we take a step back and in this interviews, a perfect examples, they know we are putting ourselves out there and you can too, but there's ways that he describes. They're almost every celebrity out there, including, you know, beyond say and Bo Jackson like we talk about them to inside of here, like they had an alter ego. They had this other personality that they were in body ING in that moment. Yeah. For sure. And it's amazing discussion. You're gonna really enjoyed it. We enjoyed having this discussion, but before we jump into it. I want to tell you about our notes. I can only guess. Well, you know what I'm about to say. Oh, that's right. So we, we take notes on every single episode. We actually have team members actually lately, I've ever taken some of these notes are fun, man. Yeah. We take notes on every single episode. I'm not talking about like the show notes. We get the links and stuff, we break down everything that we talk about on this episode. We bullet out all the tactics any resources mentioned, and we do it for every show that we ever do, and you can go get those, and you can get them for free. If you're quick.

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"bo jackson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"He's he came in after at Adam gays and his wife, and then Bo Jackson, and the great thing was until he got the Bo Jackson, which she gave him. She knew none of those people. He was talking about not Mark Messier, not ship messing, the messiah she knew and not Adam gays. She knew none of those people. And yet he still got the reservoir. Unfortunately, bet stern can't make this Sunday. But Howard is is going to be there, Dan. I'm just doing a dance. I'm dancing, man. We're dancing. I'm not keeping inventory. I'm just trying to get the reservation. Okay. One. It is how many people we are just dancing on that phone. You realize it and your dancing that if we were doing that seriously, and you just show up at one of these restaurants one day, and then go about singing the praises of that restaurant. We would all get fired all of us would get fired. If you were in any way serious, they may not. Apprising? But I have a text from Abby. That says I agree please, make it stop. Had coffee with my choline half an hour to go. He married it. She knows it better than anyone. She's usually what it was the reservation. Don't think I'm not doing that in real life. I mean, I am because her except without the Paola part that will definitely without that. They all fish. Delta we fly to three hundred cities around the world. That's three hundred cities where everyone does the same things you do that's three hundred cities where people think they're the only ones who know about that one place three hundred cities where people missed someone in one of our other two hundred ninety nine cities three hundred cities where people singing the car or the shower or both poorly. Delta isn't flying to three hundred cities merely to bring us together to show us. We're not or a part of first place. Delta keep climbing donlevatar give me the musician that John Oates right now would pay top dollar because he has to see that musician. Chuck berry. Stugatz. Okay. Yeah. What we can't do that these live at our show with Stu gods on ESPN radio. It's time to give these Stanley Cup playoffs and flowers. Yes, again, no one else is talking about hockey. So we might as well. Do it. Coming off the madness that was the first round. There are being five game sevens thus far and for the first time in Stanley Cup playoff history. Three of them have gone into overtime plus three of the four second round series went to game seven as well. If you'd rather watch playoff as well instead of playoff.

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"bo jackson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"Let's go to Britain Connecticut here in the rich Eisen show. It's brent. It's going on. Hey, rich, a rich two quick items. I let's play. Would you rather not good career uninterrupted by demons versus Bo Jackson hip injury. Oh, lordy. Yeah. Look at you. Brent I'd wanna see both. How do you not do go? 'cause you've got both sports. Right. I mean, there's this. Great pitchers doctors fantastic. White twice got a championship. Do I also don't forget his Yankee career to you talking about his Yankee career? Also, right. Brent epic. Got a couple of wizards Dwight better than peak. Go. No, no, no, no. I mean, but both with so untapped potential. Undock was able to come back and be you know, not in a shell of themselves. But he was fantastic. Good for you, the second thing. Thanks you for getting through my drifts, UMass and listen to podcast. I was up on my mom last year. You appreciate the way you talk to us and not at us as opposed to the most fabulous sports. They want to do these days. Sprint does see holiday. Weekend. Appreciate it. Same to you. Same to you. It's Dan, and I talk to people and not at people and yet when we talked to each other we talk at each other strange. You know, I wished him. I wished him a muzzle on his new studio on text. He doesn't text me back, you know, happy Passover, although he just tell me good young to fall. The time resentment means, you know, a good week to you. Good Shabbat too. Good yontef. It's what you said each other on Shabbat. The budget is bass baseball.

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"bo jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:53 min | 2 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Nielsen resigned yesterday admit President Trump's growing frustration and bitterness over the number of Central American families crossing the southern border the president yesterday in a tweet that US customs and border protection Commissioner Kevin Macalinsan said hey, says name would be taking over as the acting head of the department. He's a longtime border Fischl they as well respected by people in congress and the administration. He seems to know what he's doing. She was actually on board with much of what the president was saying and doing it's not like she was a moderate or somebody who was necessarily fighting with. But he's been so frustrated with what's been happening at the border that the buck stops there. I think that they he likes to dispose of people. That's the pattern receiving. So I would say if you're hired to work in the Trump administration, you should rent rather than buy this this no guarantee, you're gonna keep that job. Very long. Representative Bobby rush activists Jamal green Jackson. That'd be Reverend. Jesse jackson. Right. A group of other FOX supporters blamed the city's fraternal in that would be a Kim FOX, Fox News. Blamed the city's fraternal order of police for a confrontation over the smell case that displays some of the city's racial and political divisions. Here's a quote, the F O P is the sworn enemy of black people. The sworn enemy of black people said Bobby rush who criticism in the city's may or little when he suggested supporters of mayor elect Laurie. Life would have the blood of African American youth killed by the police on their hands. The F O P president Kevin Graham will respond to that at eight forty here. This morning. Okay. Yesterday marked the twenty fifth anniversary of Michael Jordan playing for the White Sox against the cubs Wrigley field. Was that a MLB game? Or was that an exhibition next Bishen and look that was the pre interleague play days. So they used to play, but they called the windy city. Classic back. Then it was an exhibition game. I remember that. But those regular season started them that was that was before opening day you have a couple of days before. And I was there that day Wrigley field. Remember is Harry Carey interviewing Michael Jordan on channel nine since. It was sorta like we're all colliding. Yeah. Stories. I was seeing over the weekend yesterday yesterday about it. They were they were giving you perspective. Imagine seeing LeBron James play baseball today. You know, what how significant it really was weird. It was. Yeah. He went to for five. He had a double and a single daddy. Really? Yeah. I mean, it was it was very cool moment. This is a reminder to of how much earlier the season starts now because we've got nine games. And now if today's the twenty fifth anniversary the next vision seventh. Yeah, that's true. You stole Wayes be right around. Now the season which start and over the last several years, we've seen get earlier and earlier and Jordan was the legitimate baseball prospects. But just got to tell me this is true. Yeah. I have a book called why Michael Jordan couldn't hit a curve ball or something like that? I mean, he was good enough athlete. Baby. Do Ben a baseball player, but he went to the game so late in his athletic career that he just didn't have the skills to play that level. Yeah. I think that's fair statement. I think he did have some skills. I think he obviously he had the hand eye coordination. Right. Had he really been serious about it at an earlier. Age perhaps it would have been a different story that you made the right choice. Why think it's worked out just fine for some other athletes? Did you go boy if they had played that at a sport like some people imagine the brand is linebacker or tight end or something? And there are there have been Danny Ainge played two sports played played basketball. And of course, Bo Jackson is the the one everybody and Frank Thomas was football player in college at all college. Yeah. Does that count thinking pro how many Evan? I'm saying. Bo. He's the one everybody thinks about DeAnne Sanders. It's just so much money at stake for either team well Murray there allow Kyla Murray the quarterback from Oklahoma who's gonna be drafted high in the NFL draft that that he wanted to try to do both. But I think in this day and age with what's expected, given the size of the contracts, given the investment these teams makes making these guys. I don't think you're gonna see too many guys as two way players. I mean there there's Tim Tibo football player. Now, he's trying to get to the major leagues, which one gives you more money baseball or football, the guaranteed money, guaranteed money is baseball. Yeah. Well, I mean the longevity, but whatever you signed for you're gonna get that quarterback at Notre Dame. I think he had the option of ten Brady Quinn or somebody was going to play baseball. Or you know, he had the option who. Yeah. Smart. John. Elway was great baseball player. Smart. A good example smarter. Could throw it so hard and he was a really good quarterback wide receiver. That's what I said. He was really good. I receive he catch. He could catch. You really make really hard catch always frustrated because he throw it so hard, and it didn't really have a lot of success here. Right. I mean, it seemed to me like he got banged up a lot. I miss remembering his no pitcher. He didn't have the best supporting cast around him either. When he was with the comes one last thing about the cubs pitching, by the way. So I mean, give the guy credit. How many people would have thought on cubs opening day that the light sucks have more wins? When the cubs have their home opener. I mean, the White Sox have three. Yeah. If I'm not mistaken two. Yeah. So that doesn't mean anything I know the major leagues leading hitter, Tim Anderson just pulled up his stats fourteen for twenty-five sitting over five hundred. He's not only leading he's he's in the top four or five and just about everybody thinks slugging on sample size. But he's off to a great stuff. Interesting fact day of that John Williams said he shared a hot tub with Tim millions or yes. Yeah. We were we were on that White Sox trip. And he was really, you know, the guys that we went with were really fun. We had a really nice trip. And I'm glad to see some of them haven't success. One more note. Six. It's the George H W Bush stamp postal service will release a commemorative forever postage stamp on June twelfth that would have been his ninety fifth birthday H W this getting his own stamp. I like that. It's a cool portrait. It's a painting of his it's his head or face figure. But it's a nice picture. I thought maybe a military background or something like that hit a portrait. Yeah. So that's. Is is he the most recent president for whom we have a stamp like there's not a Clinton. There's not a bomb. I don't know. Who the stamps anymore? I like when people do wedding invitations Dave's head, weddings and his family. You know, they when you stamp all of them use a lot of a lot of decision goes into which stamp you right by the love one and things like that. So I like thinking someone going with the George Hw stamp for their invites send a message right there with forty first president would be nice to see start your WGN radio news. It is sponsored by Lindholm roofing. You.

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"bo jackson" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on Pinstripe Lanes Podcast - New York Yankees (Unofficial)

"Purpose might work with with athletes. You know, there's there's PT's on the medical staff for the New York Yankees. But physical therapists work with all people of abilities level. So this is actually a language issue. That's right in the heart of of my role to physical therapy is they're they're talking about disability being people who who might be born with with something that we've preclude them from doing something versus an injury. So they've actually separated that so now. Yeah. Now, referring to it as the I L now, what did we Ridgely bring me in for the labor them. That's whatever he wants to know. So the shoulder and the hip are both ball and socket joints. I think we can really visualize that if you ball up one fist, and you and you cut your other hand over it. That's the ball and socket. The hip is a really really deep ball and socket when you hear someone dislocating a hip that's a devastating injury. Just like Bo Jackson when he dislocated his hip which led to his career shortening injury. But the shoulders also technically a ball and socket. Joint. And it's but it's not as deep as the hip. So I was I was taught it's really easy to visualize. It's more of a golf ball on a Gulf te- that technically is still a ball and socket joint. But it's not as deep and the labor comes in as kind of a gasket, it's this cartilage ring that helps to deepen the golf tee around the golf ball. If we're using that analogy for the shoulder and the issue with the labor, MS throwing overhead, and this is where you get a little league coaches trying to limit innings in players. It has a lot to do with elbow health. But also shoulder health is that labor is this cartilage ring that helps deepen that socket..

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"bo jackson" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on FanGraphs Fantasy Baseball

"And I wore like the Aaron Nola shirt that I had just happened to pack on that game drop. Like, I said, I well, I'm just saying like I do that. And so I'm sorry. But I only right. That's all right. All stuff, four other sport. We don't throw stuff at people who break any of the rules. So so so part of my thing is if you were going to wear if you're going to wear something like let's say you went you're at the Super Bowl last year. You wore that shirt at least it's from it's from the area. I'm okay with that. What I'm not, okay. With is. Learning sporty, wearing sport attire that has absolutely nothing to do with the event the your act that was not random football jerseys. You mentioned Bo jets. I saw a Bo Jackson football jersey at a basketball game. Like why? And then my picture Friday night. I saw I went to a minor league hockey game here, Charlotte checkers. I the providence. Bruins. And there was a dude walking around in a nineteen ninety eight Randy Johnson, Diamondbacks jersey, not assures the eight jersey with a cowboy hat on blouse. You should like Bitch bitch was was your your thought. thought process getting ready for a hockey game? And I you know, what man the best bit would be cowboy hat. It'd be unless he Tracy Ringel be son. I confused about how one puts that outfit together go to a hockey game. So I pass the time no downtime of the games. I looked around like what can I find? It's absolutely ridiculous that somebody ward to a event that has nothing to do with what they're at. That's that's one of my favorite things to do at a sporting event. I will make clear that just trying to prove that they like sports. Yeah. You're out of sporting events. So you don't have any no four. It's like you're here. That's enough. Like baseball on roping cattle, and I'm gonna show everybody. Keep acting and I want these hockey fans, and it's all in good fun. By the way, we don't we, you know, people be fans that bit be fans how you want. We keep it private and and make our jokes about about different things. What's that? I tweet pictures of it. I took a pill. That's a great picture right there that that guy just needs to be showing off to the world there. But we actually got to move onto the next thing. And we have a game very own Justin Mason setup a game based on off handed comment I made and I'm really glad that you took the time to do this. I was really bored at work last night. This is fantastic. So explain the game, and let's start playing. So the game is we are playing congress member reliever or top prospect. I will now. I will give you each name. So let's, you know, each personal get their own questions. So that way we're not having to try to shout over each other to see goes, I or gets it first, and you have to tell me is this person a congress member a reliever in major league baseball or a top major league baseball prospect. This is fantastic. I'm very excited. We have to let our guest starred, of course, going. Yes. Heard this when you mentioned this on the other episode, and I was like, oh, that's cool. I wonder who they're going to do that. Get literally didn't occur to me that it was soon. Yeah. Well, well, will there be a political figure on the show? Like, that's fun. Oh god. Okay. I wish we could get a political figure. I mean, there's a lot a friend of Paul, and I know that used to run a website that we that's how pollen I met..

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"bo jackson" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

How Did This Get Made?

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on How Did This Get Made?

"Loser. And the setup is always he's just shooting on her. Yes, she her only ability to win is to block. And I was a soccer player. Oh, traveling something very, yeah. Send 'em athlete in general. She that scene where this to be true because jeans dad spoke about this at our wedding was one of the the big things that he highlighted the primary accomplishments where you're traveling soccer and basketball, and the majority of his speech just going over my stacks naturally. Do remember him passing out homemade cards a player quotes? Like, a Bo Jackson car like on one side, you were baseball and the other is that you football. So I recognize you know, I mean and listen to him those game. And if you look to me right now on my physicality, you might not automatically think. That's an definitely you might that might not come to my omega. Does it'd be great? But if put on a court if push came to shove, and I was having to play one on one whatever I feel like you would see the something would come back. Yes. When Emma Robert is playing soccer. She looked so deeply uncomfortable and out of her league. And like she has never not a single time. Once played a game of soccer and Hayden christianson is not only in the in. The film is coaching the soccer team. And the basically is like let's go outside right now. And let me kick these balls at you..

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"bo jackson" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

The Forward with Lance Armstrong

02:23 min | 2 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on The Forward with Lance Armstrong

"Oh, everything's good. On my end. Like, it was such an honor and privilege to watch. Bo Jackson slate east Jin first of all I met Bowen highschool. My football team was really good. I didn't play football my high school team. So we play bows team. And then we do weirdest thing about bowl both the same size in high school as he was in college. Like, he was like a like he was a man among boys and to watch him run through our high school team being a year later, I go to Auburn Auburn that year he came over the next year, and it was on on a privilege to to to watch him in college and even to this day as a great friend. But we have this little thing going we call each other number two. Yeah. He he truly he said you believe that you really are number one. And he believes he's number. Well, no, fence guy's a fucking monster. But then at the end of the call he's like I have to hang up because I'm pulling up to the supermarket, and I was like, okay. No problem. Thanks. He's like I indeed keeps going because like I have to go inside and in by some cactus. Like what the fuck? Are you talking? You're in Chicago. It's snowing your. Shooting. What kind of Honey do is that like go by cactus and bring them home? He's probably going to shoot at them. You know, boas. One is a big bone. Yes. Or bo. Robinhood. So there's probably no doubt about mind. If you go to his house right now, he's got those cactus lined up. But he's like he had. A so one time he had like this big hole. Dear body. Well, he just shot at it. He was a great. I guess you. I don't even know if you call a marksman, but there's no doubt in my mind. If he got those cactus, he probably got him on some type of lives and he just shooting at him. Okay. Well, that's that's I don't know what that's about. I don't know what that's about. It all him. It karma Lonard only two black people. I know hunt all the time. Yeah. He does. What did you think when it was so funny, and I and we have similar stories..

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"bo jackson" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"But you know, he's playing against the the the talent level was, you know, inferior. Bo Jackson could have been the greatest running back of all time. I still love that Dion Sanders story t on dealing goes. Now, I could fly now I can run, you know, he he's like talking about that. And when Bo puts his hand out as if to just sort of, you know, I'm going to in the church where you put they hands on you and your kind of fold fall down and something there. He's touching you on the forehead. And when he said that Bo did that to him. I think it's such a great story because you know, Dion didn't get punked to too many times. But that time with Bo he did. Yeah. Mclovin. How about Charlie ward? Did you think he made the right call? I feel like today's game. Charlie ward would have maybe been a better NFL player than NBA. He was a great college quarterback. Florida state. In this era. Yeah. Yeah. I believe so mobility. Yeah. He said he really moved the needle in the NBA. How good no. But he, but he played on some good good teams with an x. I don't I don't know. How accurate he was at Florida state? You know, he was he just struck. You is he was a great athlete who made plays. But I don't know. I every one of these guys now, you're completing at least sixty five percent of your passes. I've waiting to give you this staffer years. Charlie ward senior year stats at Florida state. He was a seventy percent passer at three thousand yards twenty seven touchdowns four picks. Yeah. The day of the day stat of the day. Comes that. What stat of the day? But does it feel like we have ten of those quarterbacks? Now who put up those numbers? You know, you're you're it's sixty five to seventy two percent, right. Yes. He yeah. You feel like he wouldn't even sniffing Heisman with those numbers. A lot of NFL talent around him to he work done. Yeah. I think at Peter work at one point lot of guys. Well, what was chew of this year? Oh, man. He's got some studs around now to it was. But to you know, what was this completion percentage? Baker Mayfield junior the third completed about seventy percent of his passes. It just feels like you it used to be if you were like fifty to fifty four fifty six percent. You're like, okay, you're not a bad quarterback. Now. I mean, that's you're not even get on the field. Anything like that? You got to be sixty five percent completion to a stat sophomore year seventy percent passer thousand yards forty three touchdowns and six picks. His quarterback rating is one ninety nine. I felt like one fifty eight was the man I thought that was the perfect score like eight. Plus, I think college is different because I've always wanted that too. They all have like Kyla Mary's by two hundred. I don't know if you guys realize this. I didn't know you could get a higher grade point average than a four point. Oh, why would any of us make love and in? Ritchie that if you have a five scraping scale. But if you have a four point grading skill some schools have five not for I don't know..

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"bo jackson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

Mark Bell's Power Project

03:47 min | 3 years ago

"bo jackson" Discussed on Mark Bell's Power Project

"Just eat eat all of it. I mean, it's it's so much easier. I mean, we I've I have two kids. And then in addition to that, I got some nieces and nephews. And so there's like about five kids around me almost at all times and nieces and nephews they're young, you know, and they're, you know, all the on under the age of ten and even my own kids. They did this a lot when they were younger not so much anymore. But you know, the kind of pop in and out of the kitchen, they'll say, you know, hey, can I have a, you know, just like, whatever. Whatever snack. We have a can I have checks mix or something like that? And we'll say no you can have a yogurt and they'll go I'm hungry. Like, oh, okay. You know? And so I think I think hunger is actually a key component to diet that I don't hear enough people talking about I think that you should be hungry, and you know, going through some of this fasting and stuff that I'm doing right now. It's really it's really showing me I'm learning a lot from it. I'm learning that like this is totally not your body should be hungry. And then when you're hungry. It's interesting. It's interesting how you act when you're when you're hungry, but you're still trying to stick to a plan. Like, I saw my wife last night Chow down on a rib by like I've never seen before my life suck that thing to a stroke. And I gotta hey now. But I mean, it's because he was he was fasting. And it's like well now, and you said, you place, a lot more value on those carbs when you fast, and then you and then you go to eat again. And for us, we're doing a carnivore diet as well. So that's our that's like our only option, but we value that meal so much, and we not only value it. We look forward to it. As like, you're just you're dying. You're you're really craving it. And I think that's a good spot for people to be in. And I've been trying I've been thinking about this a lot because any diet I've ever really been on. I never really crave the diet food that I was eating. The exception of doing some Kito stuff. And there's been there's been times, you know, at nine o'clock, ten o'clock at night, just like anybody else after eat dinner. That's when that that sharp craving really hits you and many times, I've just get up and I'll make like an omelet I'll make like an Amish. That's predominantly like egg yolks. I'll throw some cheese in there, some bacon. Now. That's a ridiculous amount of calories that I definitely don't need. But at least I didn't go off the deep end or I'll reach in and grab and grab one of your cookies, you know, or a quest bar or something like that. Or, you know, something or or even for a while I was doing just small pieces of dark chocolate like I like dark chocolate, but I don't like it as much as milk chocolate. And so therefore, I'd eat, you know, maybe this Bo Jackson rookie card worth of worth of chocolate, and I'd be done with it. And it's like how many carbs was that ten fifteen not a huge deal. Right. Do you notice the difference between the hunger when you're eating? More carbs than the hunger than when you're off of it. 'cause like for me when I was on carbs like it was like almost like it was shouting hunger. And then when I went off of it is like, okay, you're hungry. And it's not as intense knows huge difference. You know, and now fasting is like not even it doesn't feel it doesn't it doesn't feel like it's difficult at all. I mean, it's a little bit annoying. Because like I'd love to go with you guys can go grab some food like sit down and chat, you know. But as entrepreneurs you also learned that that that's not even that productive. Anyway, like, you're better off either not eating anything or just having to my coffee or something. Because if you're eating you're not you're not really you're not really talking but other than like the social aspect of it. It's it's definitely not hard at all. But I I know what you're saying..

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