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"Earl and city elections the other years. So the the odd years and then the even years are the state election. So literally, we're in an election season every single month. Honest. Election it's just. Constant it never it never lets up. So. You're considering what to do it folks want to get behind your campaign. They still can because you're still. You are planning on doing something else. Sure exactly in which something something is coming. I don't know exactly what it is I might. I might try to run as a Democrat next time for GONNA open for governor. Twenty, twenty two, I may well make run for mayor in between. But my council or city council. Yeah. That's right. Because the mayor actually it turns out, it's kind of a castrated position true and also if you run for the at large council seat, there are five of those. So you have to make it into the top five instead of just top one or I could find somebody else who wants to change their name to nobody for a couple years and handled a website and and you know what? I've managed to accumulate and say, yeah, you do it for a while because you know there's there's a certain awkwardness to being. named. Nobody under certain ochsner awkwardness to being who I am and maybe somebody else could could make better job of of carrying that torch. So if anybody out there in in real world as interested in commenting on that, I'd be delighted to hear from about it either here or at elect nobody dot com that's elect nobody dot com right and you also have a telegram chat room that's connected there that can get into and connect directly with you and other supporters. All of my other social media is available from the website. So if you remember like nobody dot COM Find Me. Excellent. So you have yet to to deliver an endorsement for remainder of the election but I know that you're looking to talk with Karen about a possible co endorsement of a of another candidate I. Don't think we should say anything more. Than that for now, but nobody's not done I at this point. Well, I will say that in lesser significant changes in Kovic response that Mr Sununu will not be getting my endorse and I suspect the Democrat won't be getting your endorsing either I would be very surprised if any Democrat even bothered to try to earn it. But there are exceptions we've got Democrats in our reopen NHL Group. So is that right? Yeah that's refreshing. A lot of like the original distrust of Big Pharma that I was hearing always came from the left. You know the thing is there's so terrified of trump that like anything he says, the opposite must be true yet. They're going to accept a vaccine from trump that seems a little screw thought that's the thing but he makes he he's never done a full. throated call for liberty. But he's dropped enough hints that he's not crazy about what they're doing that I think some of some people reject some people on the left reject any question of the covert thing because they see it as Po pro-trump I mean. It's hard to know what these governors are going to do or anyone at the state level just because you never know when they're going to toe the party line and when they're actually going to go based on their conscience you know and you don't know if Epstein had pictures of them because Epstein. Matters Yeah Well I hear a thing or two about these governors from time to time and the South Dakota. One seems Kinda decent at least on the whole thing. She actually they've repealed all this nonsense I don't even know if they went into the nonsense in the first place they're more coming up here in moments. 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We're going to try David One more time here in Arkansas, my board op says we have fixed his line David are you with US listening in Fort? Smith. I am here we have you now go ahead. All. Right. Yeah I I'll tell you what? I. Just realized what it feels like to be on the ground when the search plane flies over and your lady arm saying I'm here on the year. Yeah, we picked you up before and we couldn't hear you. It sounds like you could hear us, but we also go ahead with your thoughts. I JUST WANNA nominate collar for hero of the day. Right Oh. Wow. What was that? Hero of today's Ninety Tyler Nice because the mask thing. Yeah. No. Yeah. Hey, thanks man. Yeah. Welcome to the Party Palace Yeah like I said it felt good caller. Yeah. Okay. So what's going on down there in Arkansas and I mean are people wearing masks all over the place or is it like mostly not wearing masks? What do you see out there in Fort Smith Oh it depends on where you are you're in a retail store and Yeah the vast majority of people are wearing masks. If you go to the dirt track races, nobody's learning. Interesting now at the retail store is there any kind of threat by the government that you have to wear a mask or is it just the stores are putting policies into place because that's what they do We have a mandate. From the governor Everyone has to wear a mask into. And in public in public. In Saul surprised and I'm thinking Bill Clinton was governor. Not surprised in Elizabeth. Asia Hutchinson he's Republican governor. Anyway but here's here's the thing about the mandate. I work in the management of retail. Store. And we posted on our door. We did not post that everyone is required to wear a mask when they come in. So what did you too many businesses? And they say everyone must wearing mask upon entry. But that is not true if the mandate itself has exemptions. so not everyone is required. Because there are exemption I. Are you working? You don't have to say where but are you working at like a locally owned shop or is this level of corporate kind of regional or national? Locally on. That's more ability to make a decision like that in a locally owned places where a lot of these corporate chains they're just going ahead and pretending like it's the law they're pretending like it's applies to everyone and you know but nonetheless as you discover today tyler. You took your mask off and you didn't go into any of the union going anywhere with a mask on you're completely mask free today no issues whatsoever, and that's in a town where there is a so-called mask mandate and the most liberal town in Newham. Sure enough. One of the most frightened towns in New Hampshire right now. So David, I'm glad that you guys are coming at it from a more thoughtful perspective and I imagine you're completely leaving every customer alone and not giving them any kind of hassle. So David And here's the thing. Even I've got two children at work for Walmart. Retail. Store for for born. And they softened their stance. Bill says people must wear masks upon entry. But they don't ask. Why someone's not wearing one if they come in without, it's none of their business, right? I was GonNa ask you David. Work at. Store. What's what's the compliance level at just ballpark in it? Like would you say that almost everyone's wearing a mask giving the store specifically stores Specifically Yeah Or. Are there some people? Go, ahead, most are compliant but we see people come in without but and we don't ask them. You know a lot of sick people because we can't. Ask again do you know a lot of sick people? Sir. I'll tested positive for cocaine. Okay but did you get sick? Only got it is different having antibodies in your blood is is hardly You did. I was I was it. I'll sick were you for seven to eight times? How to moderate symptoms Were you hospitalized send a No No. Isolated home had a fever Monday morning policy at work because if you have fever, don't come to work right You know and so I went and got tested. On Wednesday. I asked him, I said, well, what do you mean? Do you want me to isolate in the bedroom and you slide toast under the door? And Hirsch onto was I just soon as if we're GONNA get talk get it. Yeah. That'd be done with it and we had three college age students home. Because it weren't school and. So my life ended up with. my daughter one of my son. And the other son, the twenty old nothing not a symptom. He's military's tested three times. They get the results immediately never tested positive interested. In the home with a full family of of sick people and he didn't catch it at least heard immunity now. Yeah Yeah. But There's something that people should people should know. Is that and this is the reason that I I? I'm going to assume I want to say I know that Walmart soften the stance on asking people. We had someone in our store a couple of years ago. That had an animal in the store. Okay, the animal was a pit bull. and. It was growling had kind of an aggressive stance. the customer had the dog restrained. and. So our question was, can we ask them to take the dog outside? So I get on the computer I'm doing research. We even call the Department of Labor. Now we're talking, federal, Arctic Americans with Disabilities Act. And Service and Where was the person claiming that? This was a service animal That's the thing they don't have to climb. Up a laws where they have clear asking them to bill medical information, you can't ask about their medical history of their medical records side. Okay? Did the research but I just because if you ask somebody is that a service animal doesn't mean that you're asking them for their medical records, you just asking them if it's a service animal or not, but but under the circumstances, but but they have to a person with a service that they have to get. A certificate for service. They don't have to show what anybody they don't have to show it but just asking the question as to whether or not. It is a service animal at the very least may result in them saying, no may result in them being honest and saying, no. In which case you can say we'd like you to leave the store. please. But it's just like though asking someone in their age on interview Oh? Yeah. They could lie absolutely can't wait could lie but also discouraged. You're out. You're. Not supposed to be asking people questions like that in a business. So. And so that was our guidance was no don't ask them now dogs being aggressive. And the person doesn't have the dog properly restrained. I mean if you've got ninety pounds lady with A. Hundred pound pit bull. Right, I mean, you're GONNA ask them both to leave the store sure and tell them. We'll make an accommodation for yet another time when that's definitely true I mean even if it is service animal, you can tell the person that you don't want. You know you don't want them in the store period and like you said, you're trying to be nice give given some sort of curbside service or or something like that. Look your dog is is scaring our customers and most people when they have a service animal, they are trained to be well behaved and you don't have those problems I'm guessing this was now service animal. Thing is you don't have to have a train service. It's probably to show records that. has been kind of obedient. That's true but the. Serve my brother's down a little. Land with DOT. And? Dave I want to say thank you for the call tonight I. 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That's amp dot freetalklive dot com we go to James in Arizona, James you're on free talk live I'm out Delo James. James Gone once I tyler I'd like to answer your question that I haven't got a chance to. And what is the prize that I nobody rich Paul? A make Romania like. All Berkman who winds up only wants to talk to people that agree with him. No I don't think that's true but he's not here. So why don't you to Tyler Tyler? Yeah? I'm all ears our. Right, now on being told by a free talk live listener. Can you hear my phone eating on air? No. Kick it. So the reason why I call and it just so happens I was listening to tune in radio one night on a Saturday and it said station might like instead Libertarian Radio I'm a libertarian I'm like you're loser friends that you're looking at right now. I am a religious person and don't ever lie. Ever that's good. Just like Tyler. I am one that leads east love and liberty and willing to put my life on the line for people that are tonight'd unlike the two people you're looking at and your stealth who think When you're spiting the man. You don't wear your mask in a grocery store. Wow that's really free courageous of you. Thanks. Put another way you're my not my hero. Thank you welcome. Shoot well really. Just, like You're just like rich Paul. You want somebody to rub your balls. And then you get a rise then you're probably like that caller will give plenty of time to talk but let me ask. The question why two hundred another podcast. FM Matt. Like me, I actually do know somebody that. DIED AT THE COPAY Like me. I do no no, you don't. You don't give a crap about that I know that. Perfect. Okay. You're not an honorable kid. Yupik Liar. Losers. Yeah. Okay. No, it's not okay. Now I'm just listening you can keep going I'm just trying to question why do doctors why these doctors recommend where 'em well, let me backtrack before I ask the question one can only imagine what the world would be like especially in your city if the government had had the foresight to redden meant that millions of people in. New York City. Practice social distancing and where Matt. That's really like the worst like. If I cope in the United States of America Now imagine if everybody had wore masks getting like. In. January two thousand twenty in. New. York City. Practice social distancing do you think? I'm thanks to down. Shape I'm going going. Chievements by you, Minister Freeman person who by the way either call me a liar on the public airwaves for trolling me adopted me and then infant care character question. Here's some Tyler Tyler. Your Shit right there that you're looking at just lucky I ap and broken his neck. Christian. Panel Libertarian to ask. Why you're still alive. So I fear Jesus Oh Tyler. That's not a joke. Oh. Yeah. Reason why your friends are still breathing because I do fear a loving just and eventual God. So if you're libertarian answer me this, why is it the in a can't why is it that you can't see the difference between people wearing a mask voluntarily in order to help reduce spread of the virus and when the government cracks damn. You honestly think I need to have to answer that stupid question. Well, yeah because you're the one that stating that you're libertarian I don't see it. It's a matter respect for other people the government forcing doing. Let. Let me answer the question you stupid loser. Okay. Because I'm not the government, I'll fellow man who absolutely positively cannot dispute the fact that mass do help. Prevent the spread of. Even, the data that I've seen says that masks effectiveness is questionable at best and there's places where they haven't been mandated and yeah, I haven't seen. That definitively says that masks saves lives I haven't seen a single study that says that please what those studies and thank you for the call tonight James I think. That was fun even if If you enjoy being insulted is fun. I know where he's coming from. He's coming from a really small place. I it is true. I certainly not coming from a place of freedom look at the the whole idea that you're disrespecting people by not wearing a mask and sort of what he was getting out there towards the end of that. And and I disagree I look your fear does not or my rights don't end where your fear begin. Thank you. That's a great way, and so I, the best thing I can do to respect my fellow man, the ones that I really have an appreciation for which is the one that care about freedom right is to exercise my freedom as much as I can. So in order that we can keep as much freedom as we possibly. Can that's why I was. So happy when you said that you decided, you weren't going to wear a mask anymore today because it's one more person who is flipping to the the old way of going about things where hey, look if you're really afraid go ahead and stay home let me tell you my thought process getting to there too because that might help James to if you if he actually does not home now if he's even Them. You know I started out really worried about this virus and I took it very seriously right like I bought masks I bought supplies. I even bought a gas mask like. How bad it was going to get right and then as time went on, I understood the viruses a real thing and there are people that are and I knew guys that work in hospitals in the ICU that had been overwhelmed by patients in the beginning right? This was a serious thing. But at a certain point, you start to see that. This virus, the estimates, the the the data that we were looking at was overblown right? We were expecting twenty two. A, year at the worst. Blue some data. ooh. Wow who knew that they would even be capable of such a thing but they did you mean politically connected doctors were saying things that benefit them and then it's almost it's almost like the virus was beneficial to them because it was just another form of control anyway right. So at a certain point, I started to realize that the importance doesn't lie in me wearing a mask me wearing a mask isn't really helping. Anyone I don't go to old folks homes. I don't go and like breathe around old people you know and I I understand the point social distancing I understand the point in washing your hands I understand the point not touching your face right what I don't understand is why does the government have to come down and make everybody wear a mask as if it's it's to me it's security theater it's all it is to make everyone feel better. Everyone feel worse and that's where I was today I realized if somebody sees me without a mask and they realized that they have the urge to also not wear masks, they should pay attention to that urge and they should think about it and they should realize, hey, you know what? This virus kills less people than cigarettes kills less people than cheeseburgers I mean tuberculosis last year had similar numbers and we weren't acting this way. Well, the argument, the counter argument to that Tyler would be well, you get to choose whether you have a cheeseburger you don't get to choose the virus. Oh. Sure. But at the same time, the viruses nature, right? These cheeseburgers and stuff. This is stuff that's being peddled by corporations, right if nature comes along and decides that it wants to wipe us out, that's going to happen. Right if we all hunker down and hide from this naturally occurring event. Then what good are we? Right like what if our ancestors had just said police a bad thing. So nobody ever do anything ever progress ever would have been made right and we have had regressions big progress. This year has been a regressive year I mean t from beginning to end industries are losing big time. Yeah. Their employers are getting fired employees are being laid off. Many are never gonNA come back. Revenue, I, mean just looking at our industry, the radio industry revenue, these major radio companies like what used to be known as clear channel now called iheartmedia. Saga Communications I could go down the list all these companies down forty, fifty, sixty set. In their revenue radio stations having a tough time collecting. If they'd sold ads prior to Cova like let's say they sold a six month contract, but they didn't collect it all up proxy. That's usually the way it's done. You collect a month and then a month and then a month, and and now they're going to knock on a door and nobody wants to send them any money anymore right either even though. 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We're going to go into your phone calls and your thoughts also I do want to. Say congratulations to our other co host, Aria Di Mezzo. We hadn't really known for sure last night. We kinda had a feeling that it was going to go in this direction and it has she has been confirmed. It's official Aria di Mezzo co-host here on Free Talk Live and Trans activist anarchist the high priestess of the Reform Satanic Church here in keene. Is going to be on the ballot. Candidate for the Republicans for Cheshire County Sheriff. Of New Hampshire. That's real I I I'm trying to remember if I bet her anything on that. She doesn't remember either then you're in the clear one thing I want to say being New Hampshire for only two years if anyone's thinking about moving to New Hampshire. Several people that were on ballots in different districts. Two years? No anyone. Yeah, exactly. So kind of kept to yourself up until this year and it's true. Yeah. It's pretty cool to be able to actually know people on the ballot that most people can't say they know and you feel really connected to the to like you know democracy here. New Hampshire I mean it's still sucks democracy terrible. But at least we have people running who are pro proponents of the ideas of liberty, which is important. Definitely the worst kind of democracy is the one where only your enemies are permitted to participate Yeah. Let's continue here. We've got Steve He's in Fort Smith Arkansas as well. LISTENING TO KFC W go ahead Steve. You guys don't Steve What's on your mind. well, I'm I'm really excited that that was the second. Caller size myself it's called in from Fort Smith. So yeah, Nah. In in the last couple of weeks. So called several times and talk to you guys but I recall. From Arizona. He is a real good example of of a Christian. Totally, Jesus would totally like call in threaten somebody's life yeah. Thank. You needs to probably looking in the mirror and and realize that you know you're not gonNA. Put a bottle on the end of the stick and hit someone like store with it and get any result. But yeah you know I can disagree with what you guys stay sometimes, and there are times when I do but you know I've found. The show because you know I'm kind of in and out of my car a lot at work and I'll listen to. Some of the Conservatives talk shows like you know I'm a conservative. That's on the radio basically with the exception of this show. Liberals. Got The TV conservative, Scott the radio. That's true. Well you know I listen to Steph Gorka and some of those guys and I'm. Like I said before those guys you know trump's got rainbow soon out of his butt and when you watch TV and he's spun of state and. So the truth is always somewhere somewhere in between. Yeah Right. But you know I I happen to get in the car get off work at six. Guys so was on You've actually caused me to do a lot of research into. The Libertarian Party. You know there. There are some things that I could really get behind there. So much things that. Don't really agree with as a whole like one of those give us give us one thing to change him. Personally, I'm not a big fan of decriminalizing drug. Not Not to say. Maybe like for marijuana and some of that stuff you know I could. I can maybe see that. Do you think that people's lives are drug addicts like somebody that is? Just, terribly addicted to heroin or something terrible Do you think that spending five years in prison is GonNa make their life better Probably, not unless they had some kind of a program that would really help them but here's my point. I think that it's all situational thing. Different people have different experiences I'm forty two years old never tried marijuana. Ever. Wanted to. I've never had the urge to. Drink home. Yeah I'll I'll drink occasionally but I mean I've probably been five times in my life. Okay. I was GonNa Fraternity in played football in college so I have plenty of opportunity. Sure. You could. You could have if you'd wanted to kill yourself with alcohol legally. Well. Yeah. Sure. Yeah. But I, you know I choose to Be Kind of in control of what I'm doing I don't blame you. I don't I don't like that I've. Been there where I've been really remember everything the night before and I was like that's that's not good and whether you're whether strung out on heroin or so you black out I think it's the same thing. But the differences if you're strung out on heroin and you get caught with some heroin, you could go to prison and if you strung out on. Alcohol and you get caught with some alcohol is lung up behind the wheel of a car your you know the worse case in most places is you're gonNA end up in the drunk tank for a night and then released the next morning. But the reason that I chose not to ever try drugs of any kind is because I grew up in a home where. It was prevalent. Yeah. You saw how bad economy how it affects your family I mean my my sister's been a meth addict for the last fifteen years. The whole time it's been illegal. Knew what the my point is. If your sister's been meth addict for fifteen years, she's been illegally a method for fifteen years you said in and out of jail didn't help it didn't help her no, it didn't help her put. You know she's stolen from our family. You know why? Because he wants to high. Yeah because it's expensive. Well, let let me get my my position on this because. The. Ice. Spent twenty two years. Going to a twelve step program. For addicts and. Alcoholics and. And the thing is what they say there is that until somebody is ready to recover, you should just leave them alone. Yeah, and that doesn't mean to overlook things like theft if somebody's stealing than prosecuting them for theft is not unreasonable, but if somebody is just having a hard time of it. And is you know maybe they're not able to be present in their life for whatever reason, and so they're escaping into drugs putting them in prison in will generally in my experience makes them worse and I saw so many people come into a because they just got arrested and grab you know they're doing well and recovering, and they're getting right with people and things are getting better for them, and then they're charges take catch up with them and they They find themselves in prison for a while because you know the thing that got him a in the first place is they got arrested and when they come back to this, like they were burying the pet cemeteries like delight inside of them is gone and you can't work with them anymore because the. Addiction is a spiritual I believe malady and it needs a spiritual solution and you can't do that wouldn't spirit has been extinguished prison and that's why I say. No more prison let. Leave it to the to the clergy and the doctor. It's also worth pointing out. You can also get drugs in prison. Oh Yeah. So we have to be locked down tighter than any prison if we're going to keep all the drugs out. And you know the thing I used for three and a half years I worked at A. At a ninety day residential treatment facility for Boys Fifteen, twenty, four, which I always thought was where you stick a fifteen year old and there with a twenty, four year old man. and they're living. In a cabin with eight other dude Yeah, I, mean, it's just there's there's there's different stages in their lives but you know. I saw. Yeah I realize they a lot of the boys they came. There is because they were court ordered to come there and this wasn't. This wasn't like a state run. This was a privately run Christian. ninety, nine, hundred. And we we had major league baseball players, kids that were there. We had I mean owners of large companies that I won't name on the air but all the people who will never have their kids get in real trouble. Forgetting cuts with drugs like it's like forty grand to send your kid there for ninety days. Is went through the program twice. WHO And so. You know I being a been a youth minister out of college. Do that for a couple of years and I did it some while I was in college you know I've got a job with Walmart the evil empire out of college and I miss working with young people and I've always had a soft spot for. For for people who struggle with substance abuse because I was around it so much. You know that I that I went back to that Steve, if you can hang on, we can continue the discussion about the yes or on drugs and how it is completely futile and counterproductive. Eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, free, eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three, freetalklive. Macro scratching and compare finds it. Must be allergic to chicken notre vets and eat drink third fast said the weather things somebody said. VI T. E. DOT COM Stop Itching, care stop falling out the. 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You picked the war on drugs or drug prohibition, and you know we've been kind of going back and forth on that and and one of the points that I made you kinda agreed with was that you didn't really think that somebody's life would be made better by spending five years behind bars if they already how the heroin addiction. So you kind of it sounds like you're on the same page, right? So would you agree then that open I'm open to like the caveats what I said was or my thinking is. and. Yes. We can use big words in Arkansas You know I can see possibly the benefit like. If I. was arguing the case to legalize or not legalize drugs but decriminalize drugs. I would I would think that one of the benefits would be that allowed the violence you've seen the drug culture wouldn't be as bad. That's correct. Now in listen up, you can you can look this case up it happened about eight years ago. In Northeast Arkansas my my cousin names Billy Ray. Green. Billy Dale. Green and my cousin Charles Wayne Green yes. They both go by three names. That's never a good thing. A bad that. With US guys. They were the local guys. You bought your wheat from. I. Mean they they lived out in the middle of nowhere they grew out of it and that's where you win. And a a guy and I can't remember their name. But he stole in marijuana plants from their plot. They found out who did it? They still can to his house and made him watch it gunpoint while they beat his wife and five-year-old. Good Lord Yeah. Yes. So what we're talking about their total example of what happens during drug prohibition. illeg to grow marijuana. Then people get real serious about what happens if somebody robs their grow opression and you have criminal enterprises competing with violence over their territories just like you did during alcohol prohibition, all the same consequences of alcohol prohibition have been happening with drug prohibition and that's something that's really moved me is that you know when I realized alcohol prohibition caused the worst crime wave in American history and it stayed the worst crime wave in American history until drug prohibition came along and Said Hey prohibition hold my beer. Yeah. You Know I. Think a lot of people look at drug prohibition and go well I don't want these people to do these drugs. So why would I want to legalize them right and the problem with that is that you're trying to determine what's best for other people and most of the time is humans we have to make mistakes for ourselves anytime you prohibit anything you put it into prohibition right and that's when. There is no path of least resistance and you have a disagreement with someone. You can't just take it to court. Then what's GonNa Happen? You break kneecaps or you do something like your cousins did and that's when you realize that that is where the real problem is in reducing violence. That's when you realize it's like, yeah we just need to let these people do what they WanNa do and we need to treat them. From a medical perspective not from judicial one. And the and the older I get the more I realize that. You know you can't. You. The only thing you can control is yourself yeah. You can't. You can't like I have two teenagers at home and I've told them what the rules are you what mom and dad want him to do? But they're not my son just turned eighteen, my daughter's seventeen in. Seven days. They're going to do what they WANNA do. And the people that WANNA go get high in and or get strung out I mean they they were probably going to do that whether it's legal or not. So I can see. Both sides but I come from a place of. The drug culture has always been such A. Pain for me personally, and so it's it's hard for me to make that leap and say we'll maybe we need to decriminalize it and see what it looks like because I've known too many people. Yeah. But here's the thing for a lot of people you've known all these people and the whole time it's been illegal. So like all the people you've known about all the terrible stories you've known about they've all happened despite the fact that it's been, they've been facing potential prison time for their their habit, and so the fact that it has been illegal has not helped this situation in any way shape or. Form it is making people's lives worse. It makes the addicts lives even more difficult because now if they're if they're an addict and they get busted well now they're an addict in jail and they just lost it. They had an apartment, they just lost it had a job they just lost it, and so now they're going to get out of jail and they don't have a job. They don't have a home to go to, and so that's probably not going to result in them. Go you know making better choices the first thing they do they get out of jail, they probably want to go and get high. First things, first. You know and they're like I said, there are things that I agree with you guys. But I believe in less government I believe we should have more liberty to do. We that's why we came to this country I, mean my my family. Has Been here since the twenties I guess we'll ending prohibition is a is a less government or a small government position because it basically says, Hey, if we're GONNA have a government police force, they should be focusing on crimes that have a victim. So let's have a look. Let's have them looking into rapes. Let's have them looking into murders. Let's have them looking into arson property crimes, destruction theft things like that. That's if you're going to have a police force what they should be spending their time doing not going around and looking for Bobby Joe who's got a marijuana grow operation or somebody cooking up some meth in their kitchen or whatever because if you if you legalize. The drugs then you see the math leaves the kitchen environment or the back room, and it goes into a controlled manufacturer. You know some drug company will start to manufacture it and sell in fact, they already do. It's called socks in. It is already available through prescription. So it's something that it it is already a thing. It would just be there'd be more of it the price of it would come down. So you'd see less violence you'd see fewer people being knocked over the head and having their wallet stolen. Asked is. If. You believe that. That could just be decriminalized or legalized because that's two different distinction. Yeah. It's an important conversation to have you. I personally believe that all of these laws should be repealed at the federal level because the federal government has no say over common crimes that's not their purview. And I would like to see the repealed at at all levels, but it should at least be devolved to the states began not a federal issue I I like the term that you came up with nobody depenalization penalization. So instead of decree 'em or legalization, which which entails regulation depenalization just make it. So the market can decide on these things. Good conversationalist Eddie hurts we. Got More coming up here. This is free talk live news from news. Dot bitcoin. Dot Com US Postal Service files a patent for new blockchain voting method Warren Buffett changes his opinion on gold. 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You can bring up whatever you want here toll free numbers eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free like freedom. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three. It's nobody in Tyler in the studio here tonight I you know I I could've kept Stephen for the rest of the hour. We can talk forever about this particular issue right nobody in Irbid of subject matter experts on drug prohibition, and it's one of my favorite least favourite issues rash it would just disappear. But in the meantime it is something that people do need to talk about and there's a lot of misinformation out there about it and there is something that I think that is worthy of taking a closer look at, and that is the experiment that they have been engaging in Portugal for the last fifteen plus years now. Yeah. Where they actually did decriminalized the possession of small amounts of all drugs for the individual. So it's not legal to sell drugs to individual technically obviously to gotta get them somehow, but it's still not legal to do that. But if they're caught if an individual's caught with a little bit of heroin little bit LSD a little bit of whatever, right? Then what happens usually we've from the research we've done is there still is like a legal process which I don't support there being any kind of force, but against it's decrimped. So decriminalization just means Dave removed some of the criminality from possession and or sale or whatever right, and so in these cases. They are usually issued some sort of a summons where. I believe the drugs are usually confiscated from them. So even though they're sort of allowed to have them, they're also not allowed, but they're not gonna Gosh Yeah. Yeah they're not gonNA basically, they're not gonNA leave the encounter in handcuffs. They're gonNA leave with some sort of a date for class or whatever that they they have to take I don't agree with that and this kind of goes back to what you said earlier tyler where. It's health issues be treated as a health issue, and that's kind of what they're doing in. Portugal and they've had tremendous success as far as the number of addicts in Portugal has gone down dramatically and it down quickly, and that's not because they're killing themselves because now they can dose up as much as they want. Right it's because they the sort of the the black cloud the stigma that that hangs over people that they don't want to be honest with folks about their addiction because they don't want to get. In trouble will now if there's no jail time surrounding the use of these things now, they might not be as afraid to say, go to a doctor or go to a family member and say, Hey, I've got this problem. Can you help? Can you help me with it right and so they are getting help? Yeah. Going back to what Steve said to right the end just to tell him my stance i. mean I understand you know legalization decriminalization very distinct legalization to me like you said in it it it brings up. And it and the government's hands in it right like I don't think that we should have the government's hands in it. It just changes their role instead of right instead of rating you know everybody and throwing everyone in prison. Now they're only rating and throwing in prison the people who won't get licenses so they are still busting. Licenses because they're not in the club, they're not or they're a felon or something like that like I can't sell weed because illegally in in the in most of the legal states because I've been convicted the selling weed. They. Wouldn't want to give that job at the kind of person who would do it a guy that has the. CanNot. Legally. And when they legalize marijuana like in Cali-, excuse me Colorado and Washington. You see a lot of people that they they were head of the game they got the paperwork set up, and then they created these huge growth operations and then five years later they're still driving the same pickup they live in the same house. They didn't make a bunch of money off it just because the the government came in and just tax the Jesus out of them right off the bat and you. Also see a lot of instances where there were people that were in the illicit marijuana trade that when they legalized it, they didn't get their opportunity to go legitimate because there were people with money who had talked to the politicians in Greece some elbows and got in I. You know and that's what happens when you when you try to legalize something, we don't need bear trying to give us advertisements about how we should all be taking meth right like I don't want to say that. I'm very much a decriminalized stance. Yeah. I like decriminalization but all the way which is why like nobody's term of De penalization meaning that there should be no criminal penalty whatsoever but they're also should be no regulations. Yeah. So let the marketplace decide and there's a third There's a third thing which is the fact that you were on drugs was it's not an excuse for any actual crime. That's right. You may have committed right so it's not. An excuse to be drunk and excuse to be on anything else. Exactly. That's that I think is an error that the way people made misspend carried over that they would intercede with judges and say we can. We think we can help this person well good. But don't I mean if he's done some harm, he needs to make right for that. Absolutely. One of the big problems too is that addiction is seen as a disease, but really it's a symptom. Of A deeper disease and it has sure of mental health. A lot of people don't realize that addicts aren't addicts typically I should say 'cause I'm not a doctor but adage aren't addicts because they have this biological difference in their brain that just makes them really want this stuff. A lot of it comes from trauma at a lot of incomes from their childhood or their upbringing or past experiences, and they're just trying to drown out whatever it is. That's that's haunting them, and some for some people is not the past. It's the current. It's just a crappy situation maybe a job they don't like with a somebody that don't love anymore whatever the situation is just dismal it looks bleak on the horizon. So a lot of these people will use drugs in order to escape from their current circumstances, and there have been studies that have been done about this and not just in humans, but also in rats. For instance that proves US yeah. There is a brilliant study the first study that that that. They use to justify the JOE, the drug war was one where they they would put rats in cages and they'd give them to water bottles one with just water and one would be water with cocaine or heroin in it, and invariably these rats would hit the cocaine or heroin until they owed Eden died while they. D-. And that was the justification for the drug Well, they came along and did another experiment later that they called rat park and instead of putting hundred and twenty rats in one hundred, twenty cages they put one hundred and twenty wraps in one big cage and I put in some rat toys and some you know some rat girls that they could chest. And as as a result of that, what they found was although they would occasionally go to the medicated water bottles or poisoned by water bottles depending on how you want to think about it they didn't do it To the point of obsession and they didn't do it to the point of death. They didn't have a single od in the rat park, and now what people are less simple than rash, not much more likely to be broken for reasons that aren't obvious. But what what they were suggesting with that study is that when the rats had something to live for meaning fun activities, social circle things that are happening in their little rat paradise, then they were less likely to be drug addicts whereas all they had was just some boring cage and that was their entire lifetime and all you got is the only way out is to nip on the cocaine water and that's what they did until he died nobody wants to escape from a life this working for them. down. and. So there have been studies that have been replicated like down when humans and I forget the guy's name was Karl bought I. wrote chasing the scream I don't remember it's a black guy with dreadlocks, but he's a doctor and he did a study on on human beings and he looked at. A group of people that were brought into a hospital kind of sterile environment and they were given like the biggest crack rock or math rock that they. You know just bureaucratic like the best lab grade quality best blue meth kind of level. Where can I sign up for? Got Anymore. And They were told that they would. They could either have the meth today and get high or they could forgo having the math and they would get twenty bucks. Per Day that they forgo, you know the drugs that they would be added to a credit. So they wouldn't be given the twenty dollars at the end of the day. They would be given at the end of the study which was three weeks down the road right and so they wanted to see how many and these were like hopeless addicts that they brought into this. This wasn't that the average person off the street they brought in already drug addicted people just to see what what would. Happen and it turned out that when they were given the proper incentive. So it it wasn't five bucks a day, but twenty was enough to make them think, okay. This is worth waiting for and they actually a significant number of them withheld and chose to not take the crack or the math and instead wait for the cash payout at the end of the time rushed to see are these people really hopelessly addicted turns out? No. If they have their incentives changed, then the addiction washed away. So did they have something to live for Yup and the people that don't are much more likely to become addicted to drugs? Yeah I'm just another hopeless hope fiend. Right. So and again, forcing people in a medical treatment is also the answer. 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That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three we have the discord call in line rooms over a discord dot L. R., N. Dot FM, and that's where you can bring up again whatever you want to discuss. We've got news by the way to talk to talk about tonight Tyler you've got a story about China and the Disney Corporation and I, think we should probably get unless you have more to say on the war on drugs, which may or may not. So it's Go ahead I'm sure I'll have more to say in future at I don't have to get it out now. All right fair could. Still Cows. Come home. Let's. Let's move on. If you've got the story pulled up tyler. From Natural News Dot Com. Double faced Disney threatens pro-life state of Georgia yet ignores Chinese human rights abuses. Okay. So it goes on. Are we talking about Georgia, the nation George the state state of so Last year, right? Yeah. Disney. Refused to do any filming and Georgia because there are pro life state and Recently enacted some laws against abortion so Disney decided to do any filming there. But they seem to have no problem with China. So even though China is locking people in concentration camps right and the week harvesting the organs for sale on the international market right allegedly allies there's probably some you know it makes sense that they would do that I think they're actually admitting to that. Really. Do at, least that they've done, what are you do about it? You invade wasn't planned parenthood doing the same thing here right with like. This parts or something like that was a fetus parts. The only difference is these. These are like full grown adults right? You know they go to sleep in prison and they wake up with no liver. Yeah. Yeah. The Article Goes Disney offered special thanks to eight government offices offices. China's Jing Yang province the site of human right abuses against the weaker minority in the credits of the last movie Moulin among the offices thanked in the credits was the Turpin municipal bureau of Public Safety which was responsible for detaining in. So called quote reeducation camps writes the Disney's just to go out and put it right on. The credits it's like these are our boys right here. Thanks for letting US film here previously dizzy threatened to end filming in the state of Georgia after passed a law and may twenty nineteen banning abortion when doctor detects a heartbeat from the fetus Disney CEO Bob Iger said that it would be very difficult for the media corporation to Confi continue filming in Georgia if the law takes effect. Yeah. Yeah. The state officers offers a tax credit that is encouraged many film and TV productions which Disney took advantage of when it from the movies Black Panther and vendors game. However. Disney. Threat to stop filming and Georgia shows the company flexing its muscle to determine democratic process. So I mean there issue with Georgia definitely stems from the fact that they don't like conservative legislation right? I mean. They're definitely trying to make some sort of public statement and appease a certain group of people whoever those folks are sounds like the people on the left right whether that's because they want to appease the Motion Picture Academy or whoever 'cause I did hear that they just came out with some style. I think was the academy awards whoever's groups behind that came out with some sort of affirmative action requirements I think didn't look deeply into this. I haven't read that that he basically if. If. You want your movie to be considered for an Oscar than it has to meet these specific requirements of you must hire x number of black actors or whatever. They're definitely there's a group of people on the left that's a company like Disney would want to appease. Definitely. and. It's just interesting to me that the left has always been the champions of human rights suppose supposedly well, it seemed that way for a long time, and now with China, it just seems to be that they're all silent. You know that's very convenient and and and this ties into some other stories we've had as well like the video game companies who have been basically leading the Chinese government. And letting them do whatever they WANNA do without question because they want the marketplace, they want to be able to be in that Chinese marketplace where there's a lot of video game players because well, again, people to go back to our drug prohibition conversation people with terrible lives want to escape their lives, and if you're not a drug user, you might be a video game addict. Yeah. Some people are. Hooked on gaming and in China the penalty for being a video game addict is much lower than the penalty for being a drug abuser. So there's a there's an incentive to go off in that direction video game companies. They don't want to be out of that market, and so they have been toeing the line when it comes to the Chinese government. Well, yeah, and there's a huge market in China. China's middle class is larger than our entire nation population. So there's definitely money be made there in Hollywood sees that too if anyone were interested out there as to why all the blockbuster films over the last ten years seemed to be heavily CG low on dialogue action. Adventures it has to do with the fact that Hollywood is trying to market to an international audience and sure confusing dialogue doesn't look great on subtitles well, and if they throw in a Chinese actor yeah, and it gets you know they put that Guy Front. And Center in the posters in China, right you know it's a much better marketing, Yelich funny in China when they started filming Moulana originally I think the lead actor was supposed to be white Oh and that was the Chinese decision they thought it would appeal to Americans more if they could identify with the main character and it was it was American liberal. No, it has to be an all Chinese cast in it has to be authentic and Blah Blah Blah and the Chinese were like we're just trying to make you happy. But they're definitely to me there definitely seems to be some bias here. The article goes on should have brought in somebody from the Wu. Tang clan Daria. This latest instance was not the first time the live action movie remake on the nine thousand, nine, hundred animated movie landed in hot water. I think. This is going into what I was talking about its lead actress, Luay I can't pronounce her name Sorry Drew Flak after she expressed support for Hong Kong police who were accused of violence towards protesters in the special. Administrative Region lose comments prompted calls to boycott the movie on twitter using the Hashtag Boycott Milan Hashtag. Hong Kong Pro Democracy Activists Joshua Wong summed up a good reason not to watch the live action film in a tweet patronizing the movie is tantamount to quote turning a blind eye to police brutality and racial injustice. And being complicit in the humane inhumane imprisonment of the. Doesn't sound familiar. In, it's interesting the. Same the same thing in Hong Kong saying in. In. Kenosha. Oh. Yeah. About police brutality and racial injustice none. None of this is uniquely American now and it's going on all over the world. You know I mean it was happening in South America it's happening in Europe. And it's just it's crazy to me that these the same people that that you know allow these corporations to play this game and they don't they choose not to look through the Vale you know it's really sad because the entire. Thing that's going on with like Hollywood and these companies is that they're trying to appease their their consumer base but they're willing to give up what it is that the country that they were even founded in allowed him to do in the first place right freedom of expression, and then they want to censor the things that they're trying to put out and they don't seem to care. You know there's a lot of. Like Mark Cuban was asked because he owns a basketball team I think and he was asked, what do you think about what's going on in Hong Kong? He's like I don't want to comment on what's going on in the nation, right? Because all of his you know because the NBA is pretty much ran by the Chinese now that's another he's supposed to be like a conservative of some sort. Well, yeah, I mean he's supposed to be a free market activist I mean he's a he's a venture capitalist. You would think that he would care about the things that this country afforded him, right? Yeah. Basketball team. Now he's tied in with the NBA and we've seen them. They're just like the video game companies. They are also easing the Chinese government, and so if he wants to stay in the good graces, he's gotTa keep his mouth shut. Yeah. Yeah. It's kind of scary when you think about just the fact that these these companies are are placate into these not the people's demand in China but the government's demand we don't. Know what the people think right and these same companies are lobbying money to Congress to pass legislation they approve and that should bother us. It's like well, if you're willing to appease China than how far are you willing to take that? Are you going to start lobbying for things that China also wants you to lobby for if you're running with them? Yeah. Yeah. How far will you let them push you exactly and it's getting. Ridiculous if you ask me especially just because of the hypocrisy alone. It really has I mean it is not a bad thing to have a global marketplace when you start kowtowing to what the government gangs want you to do. Then you become their bitch and your product changes based on what government goons are telling you do, and that's not maybe not what you're. The people are buying your product actually what? Yeah. It'd be interesting if we could redirect part of the left, get them working on establishing a high minimum wage in China Yet. Drops the other country. Yeah, exactly. Disney's refusal to acknowledge human rights abuses in Jinyang where Milan was being filmed, even thanking the local government bureaus responsible for imprisoning leaguers. Concentration camps clearly shows that it sold itself out for foothold in the mainland Chinese market. Sure Disney joins a number of corporations in America that have thrown away the values they originally stood for in order to gain access to Chinese customers once they have done. So they pandered to the diktats of the Chinese authorities because they fear losing a big chunk of revenue from this profitable customer meals, I, don't know what the values they originally stood for was. Anti, Semitism and petty and pederasty. Number eight fifty five, four, fifty free like freedom. That's eight, five, five, four, five, zero, three, seven, three, three coming up. You've got another. We've got another update for you on burning man that was not supposed to happen. Then did happen because some people went anywhere. And we'll tell you what the official burning man viewpoint of that is. On the way here in moments, our number three coming up, it's free talk live. Remember when you first heard about Bitcoin, how long did it take you to realize this little project would soon change the world. 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If you want to join us here, eight, fifty, five, four, fifty, three, whatever you want to talk about goes but burning man's always been something that's a bit of a fascination for me. I've always kind of. Toyed with the idea of going to it but I never actually have because it's such a huge commitment. Not just in time because you. Unless you want to fly there and buy all your camping gear and then go out to the play you pretty much have to drive it out right like. So if you WANNA properly tack for this week, long experience in the desert, you got a pack, a ton of water. You got pack all the Food and you get I mean you can get some things while you're there. There's this sort of trading thing that that goes on with with they call it a gift economy. which is like this comedy thing but and that's a whole other discussion to have. But you've got a they call it what they call it as radical self reliance. It's one of the main themes a burning man it's always been there. From from the early days and yeah, you do have to have some serious self reliance to go camp in the middle of nowhere where there's literally not even lake of running brook of water in the desert like so there's no resources anywhere except for sunlight and that's about it. Of course, some people do bring in There's there's there's pump trucks for people with their RV's, and there's there's easier ways to do it like if you rent an RV and you go to Bernie, it's GonNa be a little more of a comfy experience than if you're out in the the windswept terrain and if you don't use rebar. Batten down the hatches of your tent the it's literally GonNa. Blow Away Right. So, and they have that happen like newbies. Bernie man that that didn't do their research just show up, they can put a little. You know the little tent spikes in the ground and they're going to be fine none. The. Don't work like that and they go out during the they come back in their entire tent site is gonNA. Come through a hurricane on. South. Padre Island off the Texas. Yeah. But near taxes or off the coast of Texas and had the same experience watching my ten the strayed out in the wind go horizontal. And we're sitting in the cargo and yeah, we're not going to be sleeping and. It takes a lot. It takes a lot of effort to go out to this particular event, and so for a long time, it was sort of market is independent thing and of course, it's amazing community that comes together for one week and as as been as large as seventy plus thousand people. So bigger than the city of Nashua New Hampshire. The second largest city in New Hampshire, this comes together in A. Week's time and and people have by large good time and they come home and everything's Okay and other might have had some crazy experiences and seen some wild artwork and met some interesting characters. But most of the stories are are pretty positive except for when the cops come in and they arrest people and they make you know make life difficult on on folks in except for the fact that burning man has this. Party. On government property on Federal Government Bureau of Land Management Land which means they have to make all kinds of concessions. To the state in order to to do their thing and so as the event has gotten more popular over the years, it seems to have not surprisingly straight from its roots. That become jump, the shark sold out as some people it's no longer a renegade gathering. It's a Yuppie festival well, and if not, and if as though, they needed to prove it to you. Now they have burning men two thousand, twenty the story from your DM DOT com or sorry your EDM Dot Com dance music electric and electronic dance music. Say Right burning man twenty twenty would taken place in the black rock desert of northern, Nevada from August thirtieth to September seventh in what is undoubtedly a second home to the approximately eighty thousand people who attend every year like the anarchist's not obeyed the government. and a bunch of them didn't There were a couple thousand folks who showed up anyway, which was very interesting. That's my kind of burning man yeah, and and we reported on that several days ago. So in what is they say here, the covid nineteen removed a pillar of the community and its resident. So to speak have gone elsewhere to keep the spirit alive people have gathered at black rock city itself and others put on such distasteful events like. Over the past couple of weeks Saturday awful according to unite the San Francisco mayor and we reported on this mayor as well. Basically, the mayor was calling the folks who were partying on the beach in San Francisco, which is where it all started by the way in the mid nineteen eighties burning that started on a San Francisco Beach. which was called I think. I don't have it in front of me right now but one of the San Francisco beaches and so some of them gathered on the beach to sort of remember burning men and they have a little party in when they weren't in the black rock desert and the mayor called them reckless and he called it selfish saying they're putting people's lives at risk you're putting our progress at risk. No one is immune from spreading the virus and then the following night burning man, the official organization condemned the gathering. They posted this slip out a quick. Correction, for the mayor anybody who doesn't have the viruses immune from spreading. Thank. Well I mean somebody with the virus might have been there. But regardless thing is anybody who doesn't have. It is immune from send spreading and people should be free to make their choices if they want but regardless burning man. died and they were out on twitter quote as members of our global community continues to honor burning man culture. This weekend, we urge everyone to refrain from gathering unsafely and large groups maintain public health and respect local state and federal guidelines. Let's all help prevent the spread of. COVID. Nineteen not enough that you stay home because you don't want to go out that's your prerogative. Do that right? It's like to condemn all these people that are like virus be damned. Let's just go do what we want have fun. This was supposed to be a counterculture movement anyway. That's ridiculous and the thing is we're all reasoning from too little information. We're all getting information from a government to can't be trusted from media that can't be trusted. From scientific. Establishment that can't be trusted How can I condemn somebody for coming to different conclusions than I do when? So much of it is the subjective question of who do you trust the most? Who Do you trust the least? Yeah, I think this would have been the year to go to burning man because woulda gone because the official organization wasn't involved because this year was the only. Probably the most true to the original burning man at least in the last few decades, right because you're going on since the mid nineteen eighties this year, there were no organizers but yet a few thousand people showed up according to some estimates insulated the desert burning man's Saito She's vision. Yeah so I mean shame on these these people these you know. State filleted Ding people over the burning man project. I mean they should be ashamed of themselves basically, just insulting whatever traditions that they supposedly held dear for some amount of time, and if now flushed it down the drain completely to just show everybody how obedient they are to this cova craze. So. This is on state run property, but there's somebody who's charging tickets to go. Right? You have to get. It's almost five hundred dollars per head. WHOA very expensively cow but you're. Right right. So you're not allowed to sell anything or make a profit or try and get any money. These guys can charge you and it's not even their land glances. Someone's making a pretty penny are paying the bureau of Land Management, some amount of money. But yeah, they're definitely they're definitely taking plenty for the organization man. I wonder if that's some of the intent for having only the gift economy has you know normally like dead shows, you know people. Couldn't afford to go to a dead show every week they'll go invent something and that makes it possible for them to attend if they weren't able to go and then they couldn't be there at all. Yeah. You know and that sort of person is going to get squeezed out of a thing like burning man this reminds me of like metallica attacking its own fans back twenty years ago. Remember when I file sharing services route like napster METALLICA got really upset. Because their own fans were sharing metallica albums online and they just lashed out at them then but at least to their credit fifteen years later, they finally kind of saw the light and they actually released an entire album for free online. Now finally figured it out burning man's gone in the other direction. They have completely Joe, they started out counterculture and if completely become adopted by the by the state culture, right? Stupid happens anytime there's money to be made. 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In one of the dorms the dorm rave already told people that they reserve the right to come in and inspect your dorms they wind. Standing rule with short. Yeah. Definitely I mean that's part of the reason they have dorms I think. Yeah. Yeah. So it's I mean it sounds to me like most of the kids they're kind of over it and they're just trying to get through their time at school they're mostly upset about the money but. Yeah. Yeah. Just get just the fastest way out is forward. But seventy five nights a wakeup. Yeah. There are a lot of them now that. That are totally indoctrinated into the mentality and they think it's all for safety and it's super important. We're doing the right thing and it's just you know it's kind of disheartening. Believe what you're told well in Michigan. So here's what's going on from Detroit News the University of Michigan Dearborn officially issued an apology Wednesday after creating segregated online student quote cafes for white people of Color Online. Yeah, what the Hell is an online cafe. That's great. That's the kind of cafe you go to when you're coward afraid to leave the House it's an introvert cafe I think. In served but I think it's just a nice way of calling online space something that's not a forum or a chat room. But yeah. So well, they go on to talk about it. So it's to virtual events were held. Tuesday and were advertised as. Non. Poc Cafe people of Color and another has the. It looks like it's pronounced biopic cafe that's black indigenous and people of Color be I O. Okay. So written a different way, it would be whites-only right whites only and colors Yup Yup. Right. So to me, it's funny because up this this leftist ideology of inclusion and making people feel imports come full circle, right? We're full circle back to segregation because that is the logical conclusion when you create a safe space for people of color and you're all about inclusivity than white people need a space to and then Bam. We're right back where we started what about the space where I can be with anyone who wants to be there. That's that's what I want. Where's The rain both former? Come as you are. Yeah. So the non people of Color Cafe is a space for students that do not identify as persons of color together and to discuss their experiences. People of Color. Does that men were non people but we have color or that we're people but we don't have a color but I like about this is that non people of color could mean anyone that doesn't want to identify a person of color if you're an Indian person or a black person. I don't identify with caller ID identifies human, which is great. Yeah. Right per. I'd well okay I, like that. So it says feel free to drop it and discuss your experiences, non persons of color and hopefully brainstorm solutions to common issues with the Non Poc community. You just drink some dams Hawaii and not not talk about all these race things because late. To take your mask off well, it's like when I was a kid, it was all about melting pot right? Like America people were supposed to come to America stimulate American values and we're supposed to move forward together as a nation but instead now it's like, no, no, no no, you can't. It's not a melting pot. We have to recognize that race exists and there's people that identify with it. But if you're a white person, you should feel bad about that and again, what's what is it when they call it? What do they call it cultural appropriation when you like wear an Indian outfit for Halloween or? They're getting. Their appropriating southern culture by bringing in. Segregation. Irish person that gets mad about Saint Patrick's day whenever Drescher. Drunk. You know where where that's when? The Irish yeah I don't think it's actually a people that are upset if you dress up like, Pocahontas for Halloween I don't think there's an Indian person out there. That's getting really upset about it. It's these woke quote unquote woke liberal college leftist. You know the ones that go to Ivy League schools that try and see everything through this like Neo Marxist paradigm where race exists, but it only exists for people that aren't within. Their confined system of hierarchy right What they believe are the oppressors because you know let's be honest anyone in the position of authority or power is going to be an oppressor. It doesn't matter what color of their skin that's so true. Yeah. Because, see that. Well. And so the funny thing is the article goes on to talk about how the school immediately he like went back on what they did and they realized yeah and people are like you guys didn't think this enough through and it's like well, hold on now. The logical conclusion if you're about inclusivity is to give everybody their own space. That's the logical conclusion. That's what should tell people to key in and go maybe ideology their subscribing to isn't founded in logic maybe it's just founded on your nonsense and feelings. Yeah. Because it's like you know the minute that you cried racism because of something you were doing with good intentions than well, the system that you came up with probably isn't working and it's probably nonsense and I mean like what I would like to see after the break up the United States if it comes is I think there's to be okay when. It comes yeah. That's true. None of them last forever But what I would like to see as I would like to see both black separatists and the white separatists have places where they could separate. Yeah. Go for sure I would want the the most of the land and I think most of the land would be a place where anybody could go regardless of race and in those places the Nice thing about the first part is that you don't have to worry about running into the supremicist separatist right you'll have to separate a separate separate and then when you find a supremacist just decided. With the with the separatist. Yeah. If there is some kind of balkanisation coming down the line, my hope would be that. People Migrate to areas where people share their values. Do nothing if you love. Socialism get to California or Washington of Liberty Get up to New Hampshire, we don't care what color Yar and it can't Wealth River to Europe, and if you love telling people what to do as far as your religion is concerned getting in their business about what they believe or they're putting their body, they it down to Texas get down to. The southern states get to one of these red states. 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Within the studio tonight, it's Ian. oops. Sorry. I forgot your microphone. They're trying they're always trying to silence me. No. Nobody's here and By the way, I do want you to know about Fest Two thousand twenty one the dates you can mark them right now and your calendar June twenty eighth through July fourth in two, thousand, twenty one you can also contact Rogers Campground and go ahead and book those dates right away. You don't have to wait until next year if you know you want to go to fork fest if you're bum that you missed this year or you came this year how great it was then you're gonna WanNa come to your number five, which is again June twenty, eight through July Fourth Twenty twenty one where better to celebrate Independence Day than with people who? Also care about real freedom here in the Shire and you get to create what you want it fast a decentralized libertarian camping festival decentralized meaning there's no central authority besides the park owner. So there's no like nobody's in charge there's no bureaucracy there's no king there's no board of directors there's no organizer, each individual organizers, their own experience. So if you WANNA. Do something to create like creative thing for other people to do. There was a there was a tent that had like a poker table every single night that was the thing that somebody put together and then somebody else brought the table and like it made they made it happen. and. There was people who are selling food and there was a live musical performance by Ara and captain, Kick Ass and Michael Gordon they. They did the first ever live music. It was just an amazing week and it can be even better with more people. So come on out and join us you can go to fork fast party and learn more about the event that's an unofficial website. There's a link to a telegram chat room and the forecast forums there. So check it out and I'll tell you what there's been. One thing missing from from fork fat. What are we met every year what we miss we don't have any sex workers. So if you're you know of well I there none they didn't paycheck. I. Mean maybe not I suspect because of something I talk about that. It's something I would hear about even if not directly. Actually. You're hoping the sex workers will pitch you. I am hoping so so if if you're if you're sex worker for fast long enough to really capture a large crowd and if if there was something that went on every single night like they knew during the porcupine freedom festival I think there'd be a lot of people that would attend that there was some talk like does usually like, oh, we should get a cord of wood and we should do that well but still. Yeah you got to do that in advance. Yeah. You got a plan that out. The double edged sword having forecast right after pork fast because on one hand, it's convenient that they're just roll right into the next one. But on the other hand, a lot of people are burnt out after a whole week at pork vest it's true gotta be hardcore to two weeks, but you can also just do one week and come to forecast. These protests have been peaceful in that. Supposedly six percent of them have turned violent. Now that's compared to zero percent of my four twenty rallies turning violent. But then again, they're not shooting. US either so it's Not all of these things go violent most of them do seem to stay on on on the side of the light. Cameras that doesn't get. The doesn't get the to I think it's really interesting to violence and the rioting and the looting is all happening to small businesses. It's like, why aren't you looting? Google, why aren't you will you can't look glued website, right? That's okay. It's not physically there. What still there is is. Is the small business. Let's run targeted. They burned down any walmarts because they have robbed I mean target was in the early days I remember that one from Minneapolis they went in there and destroyed one of the targets I mean there was there was video footage of actually rob the guy who hangs out with Vermin Supreme I. Don't you ve met rob I'm sure. He hates Rod. He Yeah. He hates me a little bit. Okay. Well, anyway he he was there at the at that target and he got video footage of some guy in a car drives into the target, Wu. And then just start peeling around like. Loops, inside this targeted this crazy crazy stuff and this was of course, after a ton of people on in their glit- things on fire and stole still stuff. So anyway, they cite this guy from MSNBC, his name is Alvin. and He of course, is covering for the the riots that were going on and he says then Valero, she went back to his luxurious home but the people in that neighborhood, the one where the buildings are being burned down are still there in the ruins militia and his ilk don't care what happens to them because it doesn't fit liberals view of the world and it's bad for their preferred political party. They don't care what happens to people like this Minneapolis resident after rioters destroyed her neighborhood and then he puts a clip of a black lady in talking about just the destruction around her house and such. You have the right to be angry about the death of a black man in police custody. But why is she being punished for? It doesn't matter to how is that justice for? George Floyd. Exclaims the liberal in good standing. Allow me to retort maybe rednecks I've never heard of a little thing called insurance. It's just property it's just stuff. It can be replaced George. Floyd's life can't well about that, and then from the Minneapolis Star Tribune gives interesting examples. Quote one day after riders destroyed. The Sports Dome Retail. Complex. In Saint Paul Construction crew hired by the city knocked the building down because it was dangerously unstable. Then the city presented the property owners with one hundred, forty, thousand dollar bill for what it cost to haul away the debris. We were really upset about that said, the property owner whose insurance policy covers a maximum of twenty, five thousand dollars in demolition costs man and there's another example we'll share that with you coming up here moments our number's eight, fifty, five, four, fifty free like freedom. You can join us here on the Radio Free Talk Live silver has always been nature's very own antibiotic it only one system allows you to generate an endless supply of natural silver solutions, silver lungs, DOT com. 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Know that there were listenable point I'm not a wealthy man I i. You know I can't cope like million of you call me but but I'll definitely publicize it and people donate and we have heard from some of our African listeners overtime. So it's not like they don't exist. We know that they do. But they don't get a whole lot of feedback. Then again, they don't have a whole lot of internet either yeah that's that's a concern. One more example here of how this this excuse that some of the rioters make well there they've got they've got insurance, it's no problem we can burn everything and they'll get a paycheck maybe you don't understand insurance you've heard about insurance. Probably. Never actually had any certainly not commercial insurance or insurance on a building or whatever. Just survey unlikely to have any business experience is that fixes them? So as another example, we're talking about these demolition costs. So the Sports Dome Retail Complex in Saint Paul was so badly damaged they knocked the whole thing down because it was unstable, the city did and our yeah the city hired a construction crew then gave the owners hundred and forty thousand dollar bill for this. Well, they're demolition costs were only covered up to twenty five thousand dollars in the insurance policy that they had like dozens of other investors. This is from Minneapolis Star Tribune whose properties were severely damaged in the May riots, the Kim family was. was stunned to discover that the money would collect from its insurance company for demolition won't even come close to the actual cost of doing the job most policies limit reimbursement five to fifty thousand dollars but contracts why God invented Rift Rooftop Koreans. But contractors have been submitting bids of two hundred to three, hundred, thousand dollars. So we're talking about ten times in some cases, the amount covered by insurance. Yeah. In many cases, the price of the work is not much lower than the actual value of the property. So if that's what happens if your insurance coverage only covers twenty five to fifty thousand dollars, but the construction companies are saying it's GonNa cost you two hundred to three hundred grand to you know do this work. You're done. Yeah. Imagine the backlash if like an anti mask protest or like just like a gun rights protest erupted in violence and like the argument was well, it was only a couple of the protesters that turned into rioters. Weeden. The media would lose their mind. They would call them all like deranged fringe. Wins Yeah that's that's certainly true. But let's say that there are one hundred. Pro Gun. Pro Brogan. Protests across the nation and six of them turned into riots. Would you say that the movement was mostly peaceful? No. Live six hundred. Riot sight of still that I mean the thrifty phrase word on fifty one would be mostly. I would sure I mean by technicality. The. Entire thing is mostly peaceful I feel like that's just a way to like just you know change the conversation like if one person is violent in a protest than the protest is violent especially, you know the gun rights thing gun rights activists wouldn't even let that happen. You know what I mean. They keep each other well regulated. Yeah. They put a stop to it. They understand why it's bad. And some of the folks have stopped some of the rioters. Video of that happening, right? Right? Yeah. Most of most of the black lives matter supporters that I talked to in. The black one they're not supporting. The rioting, they understand the rioting because many of them are white privileged kid and also a lot of the writers are white. It's like the kids that came after. Kenosha Cayo. There's an article white. Yeah. There's an article in the New York Post about a bunch of these what they describe as privileged white rioters. Yeah. So let's go to the phone calls here. We got Alex in Washington you're on free talk live go ahead Alex. Hi I'm was just to colleen in because I had a question and a little bit of background on my question I have this brother who he thinks he's you know all libertarian and I'm pretty sure he's listening to the straight and he like loves your show and But he was talking to me about how you know drugs should just be completely allowed and Yada Yada and I kind of have you know I argued with him a little bit and said that I think you know what you do in your home is what you do in your home except for when you have kids putting people at risk. So I just WANNA know. From a libertarian standpoint, when do you draw a line on you know a free for all with the drugs and having freedom to do that kind of stuff in your own home. That's a great question. You know it's definitely a great question because then you have to start to balance it's like well, who's important is he is it your individual sovereignty or do your kids matter more? Should we allow people to have the freedom to the point that they abuse their kids with that freedom? That's the thing who decides what is child abuse as far as what parents are willing to do some parents want to spank their children. Ri- consider that to be abuse. But I'm not willing to go and kidnap somebody's kids because they're spanking their kids. However, there may be a point at which I would be willing to kidnap somebody's kids like if they were torturing their children in the backyard and you know everybody. With a dog or whatever. Right I mostly look at it from a Darwinian point of view which is and I kind of take the same position on abortion that you know if you're going to kill your own children, you should be removed from the gene pool and the thing is killing your own children actually accomplishing sat but I'm not saying that it should be something that's that's allowed. I'm saying that to some extent itself punishing at least from a from a Darwinian point of that if somebody is causing. Ongoing pain their children over over a long basis and and you know those I'm walking by the House that I hear. Some kid yell at Hey Mr help Well, at that point, I can't take that view anymore. So so you know I because I I'm not going to deny somebody in need in general. So it's really it's really a tough ninety salsa. Yeah. Both of you yet is a tough call both of your responses though play into what I think on the matter, which is this isn't a legal issue there doesn't need to be laws in place saying that we can take kids away at this point you know given this set of criteria whatever looking at how bad that's gone with foster homes. Even. Worse in. These kids that they find. That are being traffic to pass through foster. That's right. Yeah. Well, and what I would say is the answer to the problem is is that you need to have a sense of community and you need to have a community that engages with each other and interacts with each other because it's the good people within that community that are going to prevent those kind of atrocities from happening to a child right like when those kids go to school and their friends see bruises on 'em or the teachers see bruises on 'em right people need to be able to talk about that and you don't need a government to prevent that what you need is you. Need Love and you need a community that communicates and then that problem will be solved by the virtue with in the community I mean all three of US agree that if there was a kid that was in trouble because his parents were torturing them, we would do something to put a stop to it and you you don't have to say, well, it's their kid it's none of my business at a certain point other people's pain does become your business. Yep that's true. 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Contact me at hello at elevated media es q dot Com, and join me on elevating with Marsha on Sirius Xm Channel to eleven Dan Patrick Channel. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Ron. Ron Willingham joins us on sports byline. He was the head football coach at Stanford University for seven years, and then went to notre. Dame had man there for three and four years at the University of Washington. But if my notes are correct, you currently have the job that you've always been looking for as a volunteer assistant coach for the Stanford. University women's golf team. Well I I laughed because it was true some time ago about a year and a half ago I was a volunteer for Carolina O'Connor when she was the women's coach and Recently, I've gone to what I've been very fond of in the last four years retirement. Still playing golf though absolutely. Okay. Playing as they say, a lot of take me back to North Carolina where you grew up. Oh Gosh that is. Almost one of those, where do you start at places I grew up in a small town but yet a large town Jacksonville. North Carolina. Small because I think at that time, our population would have been about fifteen sixteen thousand for the city and yet for the county because there's a tremendous a military installation near Camp Lejeune North Carolina. Marine base year the county probably swells over a hundred thousand people which makes it a little bit of a fairly large place with a lot of people a lot of very interesting. But I grew up with a mom and dad had had not military connections but were deep roots into the community and very involved in everything that their kids did and had a vision for their kids. So I was blessed when you take a look at your family structure and everything how much did that influence who ultimately became and also maybe what you were as as a coach as well because I always found that people are. You know where they came from Oh. Yes. No I I hope I am reflection of my mother and father. because I. Believe and I think there are others that might say different but I believe I had the best parents. Anyone could possibly have. they were disciplined. Yet, at the same time, the allowed us to have fun they're allowed us to be ourselves and they had an idea that. Based on based on America. That you could be in do anything you wanted to do. You know what's interesting about that is that such a positive attitude, their own and yet in the south, they're not known for their liberal thoughts about now you're an African American I'm sure you probably endured. You're smiling a little bit in your in Your Lips. Well I'm I I. It's amazing that just the other night my wife and I were talking and I can't remember what drew a to the subject. But we were talking it was a Christmas card exactly what it was it was a Christmas card from a family friend of many years started with my mother and father their mothers and fathers, and now the kids are a family friends that have maintained somewhat relationship all the time but that Christmas card invoked a story. regarding my baseball. And I happen to be I'm on one of the All star teams or American Legion teams and we were playing in Smithfield North Carolina. and. What's so very interesting about Smithfield in my activity with it was Smithville used to have a sign. Billboard. life-size really larger than life is billboards during that time and the sign said welcome to the home of the United. Clan. And I was the Center Field And the only. African American on that particular team and that night our coaches took. A neighbor of mine, which is the Christmas card. and. He traveled to the game with me never before. Had that happened. But that particular night they decided that I might need company. So, I'm trying to figure out what did they exactly think might happen to the center fielder. That night that he needed company but he I saw those things and. that those things had to exist that you think about treatment of other people, any less than you would make treatment to yourself. And Those are the things that when I say speak up my roots. my mother father didn't believe in those things in believe in treating anyone any different but yet they still had high expectations for their children. One of the things I've also found and I've talked to a lot of players that have come from those same circumstances. They talked about how sports was a bridge almost in a sense because it got people to open their eyes a little bit more. and. Maybe not look at the color of somebody's skin. Now, there are parts of the south where I know that's not the case but but you know we have seen that in the past was it that way to any degree or was it so rooted in Bigotry back at that time that it not even if you were somebody who played sports successfully that it didn't make any difference what. I like to believe it was half and half. I like to believe there was some really deep roots of bigotry. But at the same time, there were some areas of sunshine some coaches. That Saul things a little bit different and selected their teams based on one's ability and not necessarily want color. But yet that was a transition period. That was when things were were were just started I can remember representing my. Hometown in table tennis regionals. And Wilmington North Carolina. And walking into a restaurant. And no one in. Diner. Except for about three customers at the bar area. And immediately, when my buddy and I walked in reserve signs will put on every table. So, there were some some deep bruce, but there were people that saw things a little bit different also, which were you best at football basketball or baseball. I, honestly say neither. Okay I. I've never looked at myself as a as a great athlete I think in our community, and this is where some of the the prejudice comes into play in even in my community I thought they were athletes that were better than I. That didn't have the same opportunity didn't have the same. Family structure the ability to overcome to to handle those setbacks. So I don't think I was necessarily talented at bed one or the other Good. Probably, my strongest suit as hard work. You go to Michigan State you played baseball and you played football there. was there any at any time? Did you think the road might go toward baseball as a coach as a player or anything like that? Why? The? Football. Direction. Well I've I've always said this. Love, for me. Outside of my family and outside of my wife. Would be. Football. there is no. Game that I'm aware of. That has the toll involvement. That football has. it has the opportunity to demand leadership. It has the opportunity to demand physical toughness. It has the opportunity to event to man teamwork and it does so in such a degree. That no other sport compares. Yes. You have those ingredients in all sports and here's great respect on my part we're all sports but when you talk about putting. Eleven on. Feel at one time. And having them all work in unison. Nobody does that When you talk about putting a hundred guys on a team. And having them all think the same all work the same. There's no sport that I'm aware. That demands that and they're awesome great teams and the fact that the qualities of football if done correctly. Really develop young men. I've always looked at it instead that. Outside of the military. 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Their own Willingham has joined us on sports byline. USA, again, very successful coach at Stanford where he took the team to the Rose Bowl one season, of course, hired by Notre Dame got off to a great start there and we'll talk about that and then finished up until he retired at the University of Washington take me through the process and how you ended up at Stanford because I know you had stops along the way but since I was the play by play announcer one time at Stanford Bill Walsh was there the first time I was always interested in how you ended up at Stanford Well run. As you mentioned, I had had kind of traveled around a little bit with my career was still in the early stages of my career. I started as a jet graduate assistant. Michigan. State and in time at Central Michigan from central. Michigan to north. Carolina. State from North Dakota State to Rice and then it was at rice that I got a fortunate phone call from. Danny Green. and. Dinnie green was a big and he would be the head coach at Stanford. any said would you be interested? In joining me. and. Usually. Most husbands if they're smart. They. Hesitate. Go. To. THEIR WIVES And asked permission. To say honey you know we might. This might be a good opportunity for us. What do you think at least give them that opportunity unfortunately, I was not a very smart husband I said, yes immediately and It was probably one of the best decisions that I've made in my life because not only did I think I learn and have the experience of working with an outstanding football coach. but in many ways a leader that was. Unrelenting in his approach to be successful for his kids himself into program. And I learn a great deal from Danny having been at Rice I'm sure that acclimated you very well for Stanford because in many ways especially academically, they're probably very similar but am I correct and the observation of saying that you probably were more comfortable at Stanford just because of the environment, the things that you could do I, Know Bill Walsh once said to me he said I can do things with my players that I couldn't do in other places because of their versatility, their adaptability, their intelligence, all of that am I correct in that assumption you are absolutely correct I always remember whenever I'd have to hire a coach at Stanford. I would tell them that this is the toughest job that you'll have. and. They would. All laugh. And say. You coach I've been all around the country I know what tough coach is. But I would remind them in July. That whatever you say in July, your players will give it back to you verbatim. In December. and. That's tough because that demands a special approach to coaching. Okay in it allows you to do so many more things because the kids had the ability to process information process processing quickly. But at the same time they retain information and as a coach that's a great quality to have in your team. I, know it used to always be said Stanford can't get enough good athletes and of course that has. been shown to be untrue what changed? What was it? Was it a philosophy or what happened that they went from not being able to compete on a consistent basis year in and year out to the degree that they are competing as they are today well I I think several things number one I think it is they had Danny Green. Who believe that toughness could be a part of that program And I think he started that. I think it. Fluctuated for a few years. Didn't harbaugh came in and continued it and picked it up and now David Shaw. their teams play as tough and his physical as anyone in the country I think there was an attitude change on campus. I think the campus said why not be successful at football were successful at everything else and why can't intelligent young people? Do, as well at football as they do at all of the other sports that they have on campus and everyone knows that it is truly a campus of champions. So I think those two things. The physical toughness, the change in attitude all over to campus, not just in the football program that expected to be winners and winners every Saturday. 'cause I always remember this saying in a somewhat I guess you would say is somewhat snobbish but when I arrived in eighty nine as an assistant coach on campus, there was this saying. We may not beat you. But you will work force. Okay and that's terrible. See. Okay but why not? We will beat you. And we'll have the pleasure of working with you. Okay and I think that's kind of what the attitude is now that they are embracing all. Areas of success and expecting to be successful in all areas and speaking of success after seven successful years. One of those, you took them to the Rose Bowl meaning Stanford on December thirty first two, thousand one you were hired as the head coach at Notre. Dame and I'll never forget that day when that story broke I thought to myself why I. Mean in other words, why would you wanNA take that job because to me knowing a little bit about Notre Dame, it wasn't what I considered to be a good fit for you. From comforter level not that you couldn't coach or anything but I just wondered if you were going into something that maybe you weren't prepared for. Maybe emotionally or just the type of university, it is to me it's kind of a stanford is open and in growing atmosphere but. Did Not Represent that to me. So take me through y you went there and what you expected. Well I expected having been A mid Westerner to some degree to be able to pick up. Where the the legend of Notre Dame had left on, it had been one of the most successful programs. In in the country you go back to Rodney you go back through Parsegian you go back through others they had been very, very successful. I felt like I could be very successful at a level there. because of their past because of their past history. And that's why I thought. It would also be a I opening to the country. Because we have are having grown up in segregation. It was an opportunity to cross a bridge. That had yet really be cost. And abridged, it probably needed to be crossed at that time. When you got in there you know your first eight games. You're the first first year coach to go and win Ken Games in your first season. Were you captured by that success did an expectation and Notre? Dame. Come along that setup everything that happened afterwards disappointed people or or can you explain what happened? Well. What happened was we had five fumbles in one ballgame and we lost. That usually does it okay because I I do remember that we played I. Think it was Boston College. And we had so many turnovers in a ballgame one. We didn't have our starting quarterback. He got hurt in the process and we will play in with one of our backups and things didn't quite work out. We turn the ball over and we lost otherwise I. Think we'd won that ballgame and probably nine out, but it was not. The expectations of Notre Dame what I would say that most football coaches learned how to appear to time. is to play the season one game at a time and not get caught up into expectations and let the season we ever it ends at that will be it in. was there anything that surprised you about the Notre Dame experience? I. Mean You I'm sure anticipated it. You had discussions with them. I'm sure you talked to other people and so you had A. Picture painted. I. Think about what I was going to be was it everything you thought it was going to be or were there some surprises and in some cases it was more because as an opponent you only see the Saturday afternoons to stadium the touchdown Jesus, and all those things but they're football tradition in in my opinion there celebration football weekend. Is a little bit different than most people. Okay you have the PEP rally. On Friday night. Okay and you're not many places at. Can say they have a PEP rally of about twelve to fifteen thousand people. you have the luncheon and I think the smallest luncheon we might have had in my time there would have been about eighteen hundred. Okay and they're not many places where you consistently do that in have that spirit of university. Pay As impactful as there was so I think in some regards, it's more the football. Is, not, the football is football. Okay. You GotTa lineup and a as I heard Or supposedly bill wash because I was not on the team. But when he talked to his football team about the Super Bowl. He told them they didn't raise the goalposts. They didn't expand to feel. So still, very much the same game and you gotta play it the same way. We got thirty seconds before we have to break here. But when it come to an end, was it hurtful for you or how did you assimilate all of that? it was hurtful. There's is no question about that I. Don't know a coach that loses his job bills great about it I was hurt I was disappointed because I thought there was still great things to come in my tenure. Unfortunately, it didn't. So you deal with the consequences but yes. Yes. 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Now, I say that because I was involved to some degree with as being hired by the San Francisco. Forty niners said to Eddy debartolo one time when the team was to fourteen, we're having dinner up here in Columbus Street I said if you hire Bill Walsh I promise you three super bowls. And as you know, it turned out to be that way. But to me, he was a fascinating man he was a master manipulator now I mean that in the the nicest way he knew how to push the buttons on his players felt comfortable in doing it at Stanford was very good at it. Even with the San Francisco forty. Niners tell me a little bit about this. Man You as a coach can probably understand him better than someone who is outside or even myself as a broadcaster. You say master manipulator. I say master teacher. That to his ability to communicate. And take his plan. And have everyone clearly understand that plan howie provided is repetition how he gave them the learning sequence. How he set things up is a bit of his ability to organize bill may have been the best at it ever. And what he's done really has left his footprint on every football program in the country on how they travel. How they implement their game plan and the fifteen or twenty plays sequenced start a ballgame. That all, if I am correct or at least in my knowledge originated from Bill. There were so many areas that he was so strong communication teaching organization that you just say, wow, you understand why now is programs were so successful and they continue that success because once he implemented a plan. He deviated funded only creative sense but not from the structural since. He was only the head coach the first time there for two years before he took the forty nine job and and you're absolutely right about that I need to share a story with you because he went to bowl games one, both of those ball games and he used to share with me those fifteen plays before the game. So I'd I'd sounded brilliant while I was on the I. Think they're gonNA pass this time. So anyway, they're playing USC DOWN AT UC, Down there and they come out they warm up they go back into the locker room and it starts raining I mean it is pouring down there and the about thirteen of the first fifteen plays were passing place. They come out. They lose that ballgame forty nine to nothing to USC. It got so bad that traveler the the horse that goes around the stadium every time USC scores they had to stop running them around because they were afraid he was going to die fall over and die. So, anyway, Bill us to do the a highlight television show with me we pull out the highlights I do the play by play again, Bill would do the the color on it well, forty-nine to nothing tyrone he comes in at two o'clock in the morning we're doing it you know and I've tried to find something You know USC first and ten from the forty yard line hand off to Smith goes over the left side picks up five, ten, fifteen, twenty, twenty, five yards, and finally Jones for Stanford pulling down from behind them. Bill says, comes from a good family. This goes on for an hour the next one stanford running the ball right six yard loss by Jackson does well in the classroom and this goes on for the whole hour. It was one of the funniest moments and people to this day still talk to me about it and what was the one thing that you remember about him that stuck you know stuck really stood out to you. Well I. Again I would say his ability to teach but also. His ability to release pressure. Okay even though he was not Comic in a true sense of right form you're right but he would splash in those wonderful pressure breakers with his kind of dry sense of humor and the way he would say things and deliver things at certain times. Well, remember up in Detroit in the first super bowl when he had that rookie secondary and what does he do when the team gets off the bus because he had to go in the day early for the press stuff he's there in his bell men's cap getting grabbing a Joe Montana's bag to take it into the motel exactly in his themes like that that when you mix in with his intelligence. Okay, his organization is ability to teach that makes him clearly head and shoulders above so many other different coaches because he had so many wonderful sides to him that could be presented at the appropriate time. To the appropriate person. I think about John Wooden his shadow over the basketball program Ucla was it that way at Stanford as well? His Shadow Bill Walsh's. Everyone wanted to always keep in touch with bill. because bill new experienced so many things and just to listen and gain some insight to his point of view. Could make a difference. So I think that's shallow For quite some time and probably still does tell me about Washington. Because right after you left Notre, dame go up there and you really were brought in and you were the right person. You were the tough cop because that program needed to be cleaned up I. mean it had been been. They had had a lot of problems up there. Tell me a little bit about what appealed to you about the Washington program. Success. Past Success Appeal to me. And the way things were laid out to me from the President Fund the Athletic Director I could see or sense or believe at that time that my style. Would be accepted and we could do the things to get the program back to where it was once was and I've played against. Teams coach against teams they were that tough-minded. Physical, get after it play good quality football team that you wanted to go. And unfortunately I. Think this past year Don Jr passed away. Yes. Okay. But what a wonderful coach in what he did with those young men on the field and so going into the program, you could see the resources. You can see that you could attract young men even up to the northwest which seems like you're almost a in another country it's not pullman. I won't comment. But you could. You could believe and see and sense that you could have successfully. Yeah and that's that's what what the attraction I read. Something here and I'm GonNA throw it out Willingham stiff demeanor resulted in a somewhat acrimonious relationship with fans boosters and the Seattle media, and once that starts to happen whether it's true or not. It's just You can't put that fire out. You really can. Well, some of it is true. Okay I. AM stiff. I. Can Dance. But I am stiffen I on still in my beliefs and beliefs that there are certain things that you do certain things. You don't do certain things that you demand of young people. My belief is that I want to produce a young man in my program. That is that good husband. That is that good father that is that good community. And that you can count on to be honest truthful stand up for the right things. Okay. And I have no problems being stiff about that at all. Okay. And does that mean in relationship with fans? That that comes across less congenial, right? Okay and I think I'm okay with that because I know what I want for my son is what I want for other sons. If that means there are certain things you can say to the media about your players are not about your players. Didn't if stiffness the right thing to do that will be the course that I take. But I think in most cases if anyone's ever sit down with me one on one. They don't see any of those things because then we're looking eyeball to eyeball, you don't have a chance to interpret my words. You have a chance to really you're my words. and. The things that I believe in the things I stand for. Let's go in a different direction for a second of success that you had at Stanford and you've had in your career Dennis Green had at Stanford, and also in the National Football League the African American coaches that we are seeing in various locations around the country. Now I remember every year being on the air talking about well only. Four or five African American head coaches in Division One college football. It has changed a bit. I think there is an open attitude, but it's certainly nowhere where it needs to be. Did. Did you and Dennis and and others the ones that we're even seeing now having success at Texas a and and everywhere else Mike Tomlin in the national football league has it changed the perception of African. Americans. As head coaches whether it be the NFL or college because you know as well as I do for a long time, there was the thought in professional football African. American, could not. A skill position like quarterback and you're smiling again I I have to laugh because we we've come own way. Is there still a long way to go? Yes. Because unfortunately, we still judge the many by one and that's not the way it should be okay. You judge based on the results just based on the individual. Yeah. Okay. There are as I've said for lifetime there are good African Americans. There are bad after marriage. You're good Caucasians there are bad Caucasians is simply a matter of people finding the right person and color should never limit. One's opportunity. Okay. I. Would hate for my son to go to school for my two daughters. And they be limited. By who instructs them? Okay by color as opposed to their ability to help them be the best they can be. That's what I think every parent. Won't for their kids and I think that's what we won't file society but there's a comfort level that we have to get to. Where we're comfortable being with a person of a different origin. Okay. There's so many ways that we fight this battle as humans and as such. It's terrible. Because I think we even got that battle coming up now with the Winter Olympics being in Russia if I'm correct and their outlook on gays, we're people. Okay is a good person or a bad person. Not Gender not. COLOR NOT RELIGION Good. It's just that simple before I kick. You lose here. We got about three minutes left. You're serving as one of the thirteen members on the College Football Playoff Selection Committee and this is the committee that will be choosing the four teams for College Football Playoff, and as you got selected on that and you take a look at the other members that you have. Tell me a little bit. About what you think about this I mean, we're going to broaden the platform, but then season's already pretty long I think and so what are your thoughts about this in the playoff system because you know it's not gonna stay at four at some point there's going to be the number five team that people are going to be unhappy about and they say, well, it should be at least six maybe. Everything brings a chuckle because it is such a wonderful opportunity Obviously. I am delighted. That we're at a day where we now have fourteen teams that can play with the National Championship I. Don't know what the future holds. But I am delighted that we have made this stem. and. What my job will be if I see it correctly with the other committee members. Are To figure out to the best of our abilities using all the resources we can use. Buying those four teams. Will it be easy? No Team five, six, whatever that very well could play for right and be good enough to win the national championship but I know today. We're starting a process that will give us four and our job will be to be the best that we can using all those resources to make that happen and tyrod new being somewhat of purist when it comes to sports particularly with football I'm very concerned about the money coming into it because I, I mean I gotTa tell you what it's the tail wagging the dog and these kids I've been a proponent for stipend and that's another discussion. But I mean, are you concerned with the the state of college? Football today? I think you're always concerned because And we have issues in the sport. We're talking about the head in shoes now in different things that we need to manage manage well, because again I say it. It is man's greatest sport. There is nothing like football. Okay. We have a ban pep band plays a basketball look at the size of the band that plays at football. Okay. Except a Stanford. But you have tremendous involvement. In so many areas that makes it such a great game, and that is one thing that I think our committee will be charged with is selecting the right teams for all the right raced twenty seconds. Do you Miss Coach in college football I do and I don't I've enjoyed thirty years of football. It was fun. Okay. There's certain afternoons that are just unlike any other afternoon if you WANNA be back in it, but I also enjoy service and right now I have volunteered to pass the kraft fight hunger bowl and what craft is huckabee now I volunteer for the first t volunteer for Northern California Golf Association. So I have service and with service I have a passion. To, give back to others your cup runneth over and deservedly. So tyrone, thank you for coming in and sharing your life as well as your career with us here on sports byline. Thank you. 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The University of Tennessee for seventeen seasons I'm talking about Phil Fulmer and fill of course, played at the University of Tennessee and when he was at Tennessee, the balls were thirty and five when he Was a player of course he won a national championship back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, and a couple of SEC championships as well and if you take a look at his overall coaching record, you can see why he's being inducted into the College Football Hall of fame one hundred and fifty two wins and only fifty two losses. So we're ready to crank it up Roger Theater coming your way next on sports byline. Shell. We know from the time you get up to the time you wrap up. There's a lot of meet ups gave. And Hurry up. 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USA I got to know Roger when he was the head football coach at the University of California he also went into the National Football League has a quarterbacks coach with the colts and also the San Diego chargers that I recently read an article. The headline says Roger. Theater has made name as quarterback Guru and Roger How do you feel about that label coaches usually don't like to have labels put on. I'm of those guys I don't like that label either. But what is it? What does it mean Guru Bill also the only guru of quarterback that I know of in all years I've coached. You've been around this game for a long time. I would assume knowing you as I do that. You probably enjoy the teaching aspect of more than you did the coaching aspect you know what I wish I just wish I knew then what I know now I worked with these kids. I. I. Work with kids every every weekend during the school year and then on weekends and and then when school is. Out I get feels all over the country. So most of the time while you're in northern California but I wish that I would know would have known what I know now because the things I take from these kids I get as much them as they get me. Yeah. When you left pro football, I have a quote here in front of me you said you left because the players are running the asylum. What did you mean by I think I think that was partially true. I. Think the players are trying to tell me what to do and I, I'm kind of one of those guys I'm very possessive but I I probably needed some of that then but I don't need it right now. I think I know more about quarterback coaching than anybody in the country right now but I learned from the players. As much as they learn from me, let me take you back because you were a quarterback in college at Western Michigan University tell me about the position when you were quarterback and let's talk about the evolution of the quarterback to to present day. Well, I think when I was a quarterback I really I quarterback at Western Michigan Played Baseball and football, but and probably the guy that was the baseball coach at. That time Charlie Mar would have been the best football coach ever been around, but I played forgotten even from rules Lahser and I don't think I learned the quarterback things that I stayed. No. Now Ryan when I was when I was at western Michigan. I think I learned how to play quarterback because other good athlete but I really didn't learn the things I try to portray these kids right now about. Reading coverages and all the things that go into being a great quarterback I I think if you're going to be a great quarterback, you better be smart you'd better be you better have a great harm. Those are the three things I look for that I think are really important in a quarterback. How much more complicated was the game of football from the quarterback position today as it was when you were playing A lot more complicated today because of the coverages are so different that I. I don't I don't believe this theory that when a kid goes into pro football, it takes three years to learn I. It didn't GonNa Take Andrew Luck for years to learn. He's learned this stuff ahead of time it's like Peyton has now I saw paid as a rookie Peyton didn't know too much when he came out at Tennessee, but he's a great quarterback but I think the game has really changed because defensive really become so much more sophisticated and I think the athletes are so much better on defense they weren't my days. When you take a look at a kid who's young and developing quarterback whether they're in high highschool or maybe even as just before high school and coming into the game what is it that you look for in a quarterback? What do you see that kind of tips to you that? Hey, maybe this kid's got something. Well I. Think First of all YOU WANNA look you've got a quick quick arm and control the football because if he's got that I told kids I can make a great high school quarterback make no guarantees is they're going to be a great college quarterback or pro quarterback but I can guarantee you I can make him a really good quarterback because if He's got a quick arm and he's very smart I can make that kid a great player and he's tough enough to take a shot. But if he lacks any one of those three qualities you gotta look out. So I I look for those free things in a quarterback toughness smart integrate arm. How hard is it to break a kid of bad habits Well that's why these camps and stuff that are going on today I. Think are really a waste of kids time they go to all these camps and they pick up bad habits just like holding the ball top of their head, which is to me is ridiculous and I think once they've got a bad habit I the toughest thing for me to correct as a kid who breaks his arm behind. I heard. A guy on the radio talk the other day and at one of his talk show, he's talking about Philip rivers but he's done at his whole life of why Change Philip as long as releases up and he breaks his arm behind his head but don't try to change the rivers leaving throw away his but I think it's really difficult to change your motion that kid has learned something really bad when they're young. You mentioned about Peyton Manning of course, he comes from a football family Andrew luck comes from a football family as well. John? Elway is dad was a college coach as well. Is that an advantage or is it a disadvantage? I think it's a real advantage because their parents are talking football around them all the time I think they John Elway Jack New football paid manning's father new football obviously reluctant those football. So Andrew came into college with a good mind about the game and I think it's a real advantage to have apparent that no parents I work with are not football people. So I tell the kid first thing a kid will do eight. So as a football vetoes A. Very. Good. Look over his dad and I sorta tell the kid don't listen to what dad tells you because it doesn't know any more than than you know and it's but I wouldn't tell like tell Andrew Luck that it depends on the kid it really does your I'm going to get back to the parents and all this process in just a second but I would think that maybe one of the conflicting areas about coaching or trying to develop a kid. Who has a parent who has been a coach or maybe played the position of football successfully, quarterback position is that the coach will tell them one thing but then the kid will go back and ask her father whether they think that that's the right thing or not is that a conflict the coaches have to deal with? I think it is a conflict with with coaches but as long as the kid doesn't listen to dad who doesn't understand I think we. Don't give kids enough credit for US smart. They are they understand when dad really knows and if they're gonNa Listen To what dad tells them I I run into that all the time with my kids I train. But I think if a father really knows what he's talking about a kid will understand right away that he knows what he's doing and he listened to his dad if he doesn't know the kid will understand that he won't listen to his dad. I remember one of the things that bill. Walsh told me in one of our many talks about football and particularly about the quarterback I asked him I said, what are you look for bill more than anything else and I'm going to put this question to you as well Roger since you work and have been so successful in training quarterbacks he said, I look for two things I look for the footwork and I looked for the head I said, what do you mean by the head he says I want to see how quickly it will look across the field and find his primary secondary and third dairy receiver well, I agree but. I don't agree totally with that because I think if if a kid is well enough trained, he'll know the primary is that's all that stuff going on in New England that Bill. Belichick. was doing it filming and I heard Marshall Faulk on ESPN because I watch that channel all the time talk about that and he said that it doesn't make a big deal to me that makes a big deal. Tom Brady will kill you if he knows what the coverage isn't always gonNA throw the wall before the balls ever snap if he's got to go back and read it it's a little more difficult. So I think a kid going into pro football. GotTa, have a good mind and understand that. So he can react to let the defense does because football is so complicated. Roger. Theaters with us on sports byline former head coach at the University of California quarterback coach in the National Football League and he now trains up to two hundred kids. A year is just quarterbacks or other other positions involved as well. Roger Whale it's pretty much running backs, tight ends, wide receivers anyone involved in the passing game I work with and I. Think I. Think kids should understand defenses. I mean I worked at three four defense of the four three defense. So they understand exactly what they're looking at what the coverages are. All kids are trained with me go into football and they know what they're doing way ahead of time, otherwise the kid goes into college has got to be trained and most of the coaches aren't qualified to train a kid how to read defenses. One year you had eight of the ten pack, ten quarterbacks when it was the PAC ten you or you had train them and and I'm just wondering does the system make the quarterback or does the quarterback make the system I? Think it's a combination I I hate to answer that question because I think it depends on the kid if the kid has got great ability can play in any system, but it may take him longer to understand it. But most of the kids that work with me understand before they ever go to college because that's part of our training I there's a gentleman from From Pennsylvania made these mannequins. I use these mannequins all the time for coverage guys for linebackers, and now they're a little bit larger than they should be. But I think they're a great tool to teach a kid how to read defenses. And you know when I think about a kids going into college you know they're usually looking for a program. That is going to be on television. A lot has a chance to go to maybe the BCS championship and and everything is that a mistake I mean you could get you could be a kid that's pretty good as a quarterback but getting the wrong system in college. No, there's no question about that running I think I think a kid goes to school and they don't have a good quarterback coaches making a big mistake because that guy is so important to his his. Demeanor from what he does and pro football what he doesn't college football what he doesn't. Hey School football if he's got a good coach and most of these guys don't understand what it takes to be a great quarterback coach and I think that is a real advantage. If he goes someplace where they've got a quarterback coach that understands how to teach him to do what he's supposed to do, and now when he goes into the pro football, he's ready to understand that stuff. Roger Theaters with us on sports spider. When we come back on the other side, Roger and I are going to talk a little bit about the state of college football at about developing programs and also a little bit about the National Football League as well and some of the successful quarterbacks and what makes them successful we do that as we continue across the country and around the world we've got sports byline. have. You written a book. You can become a published author with door and publishing the nation's oldest publishing services. Company. 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Sports byline. USA I said at the very beginning he's been kind of called a quarterback guru because he trains a lot of kids at the high school level and also at the college level as well. Roger I also understand that you work with quarterbacks that are going to the NFL combines. Tell me a little bit about what you tell them to expect when they go to combine well I think combines can be a little bit overrated, Ryan, I think when they go to a combine but they've got I don't think it's fair to a kid to go to. Combine or even to a workout pro day and not understand what they're going to ask him to do because I think if you can train to do what they ask you to do, you're going to be much more proficient at it. So I think a kid who understands. So when I go down Akon, Atlanta Georgia for six weeks I guys with Chip Smith, they will go to combine nail understand and they'll perform very well because they know ahead of time what the drills are they going to be asked to do and it's not fair to ask a kid to do something he hasn't practiced. You've been around the game for a long time and at the national football league level, they tend to put labels on players. You know what do they run the forty in and they throw the deep out pattern and everything can that be a mistake when it comes to the quarterback or the only missed the ones occasionally that show that they could do something but it it really doesn't apply all the time well I. Think I think what you just said. Is exactly true I. Think a lot of the Times it's like Andrew Luck. Now he's a good athlete. There's no question about him but that the kid from Baylor and you compare the two of them and I think Andrew is so far ahead of the game because of what he understands what he's learned, how to throw the ball. The right guy that's the key thing you don't have to have a great arm ahead of time would it throw the ball to? I know you've said about the three things top this intelligence and mechanics I would've thought of one other thing and I may be wrong here because you're the quarterback coach what about communication? Well. I think that's important that all fits into this thing we were talking about if I'm intelligent I will understand how to communicate with that quarterback coach and I can I can do the things he wants me to do based on one looking to ask now if I can do that just like the kid is very bright kid like a kid at the at buffalo is mechanics don't look very good to me. Because he drops the ball down and really winds up when he does the ball but he understands because he's so smart. I think Fitzpatrick's one of the first guys that ever scored perfect onto Wunderlich test so that at test is important to me now it may not be their quarterbacks that played in the league that didn't score very well on that test but their football understanding is really good. They know what they're doing. When I said about the communication I also was thinking in terms of when you're in that huddle. And I remember a story that Randy Cross told me about Joe Montana in the Super Bowl when they were playing the Cincinnati Bengals, this was the one down in Tampa Bay. The second time they faced him and they were on their own ten yard line and they drove the length of the field in about a little bit over a minute touchdown pass to win the Super Bowl to John Taylor and Joe Montana was in the huddle new guys were uptight and everything he said Harris Barton was throwing up through his Mask Joe looked up and he said you got back into that always hey, guys. Did you see John Candy over there on the sideline and he said it just broke the tension in the huddle well, what about that type of communication skill I think I think that's what goes under the category of leadership quarterback who has great leadership understands how to get people to perform the weight once perform and I I don't use the term communication but probably fits under leadership but leadership to me is really important to that that's all goes with the understanding the game you're intelligent you're a leader because you learn but That's why it's important that the quarterback coach all the time talks about this to the quarterback how he should lead what is personality is because everybody is a little bit different. Every kid is different. Every quarterback is different. You've got to understand what pushes that kids button and that's what you'll understood why Joel was so good. I think because he understood what push randy crosses button he knew what Randy was trained randy son Brandon. I know what? Randy Cross all about I know exactly how he thinks, but that's what the quarterbacks gotta do. He's gotTA. Understand how guy thinks and know when to push that button. Roger Let's talk a little college football and and what do you think about the state of the College Football Game Today? Well my my biggest concern right now is is the is log onto this they al Qaeda copycat business. Now, they've all gone to spread like they all went to the Muslim most Davis worked for me it cal they all went the running shoot well. Because a successful, you don't understand what made it successful. That's what bothers me and I think coaches today are copycats, but they want to do exactly what the other guy did to be successful. You gotTA. Do what you believe in what you understand. Is still recruiting the name of the game I'm assuming the answer to that is yes but it's got to be a little bit more than that. Isn't it? Roger well I think I think it's yes but I think it is more than that I think you gotta understand it just like Belichick understands what fits his program was the New England patriots he doesn't. Want any bums in his program. Now, if he does, he's going to get rid of them and I think that the game has changed a great deal over the years from the old days when they used to come to practice drunk, you don't do that anymore because owners are putting money up for teams and they don't want that to be part of their program. In also, when you think about college football and the coaches, the scrutiny that they're under now, I mean, take me back to when you were the the head coach cow that was seventy eight to eighty one and and compare that if you will to where we are today well, I think the money I was making a call at the time was chickenfeed what They're making today and I think I was probably the lowest paid coach in the conference but it wasn't important to me and I don't think coaches coaches put much more of a premium on that. Nowadays that's why a guy will move from one school or pro football back to college because the salary is really good and they can take care of their families I. Think that's the biggest difference ill days. It didn't matter what you've got as long as you took the job I was I couldn't wait to get my own head job to be charged but I think it's money money money now or wasn't one of those days and the other thing too with the money comes to scrutiny does it not I mean, of course the. College football coach I don't know how much you were paid but how did that compare to say what a professor was making and nobody really cared what the college football coach was making but now when you see a guy making four or five million dollars like some of the coaches are that's going to get professors and people on the campus pretty upset isn't it? I think it doesn't i. don't even know what the professors were making a cow because when I was there, I didn't even think about that but I think it does if I'm making three or four million dollars and. They're gonNA affect the relationship with that professor with the students that come in his in his class. No question about it. I think you're you hit the nail right on the top of the they had running that with that comment. Let's also talk about the scrutiny from the media back when you were a cow ESPN wasn't even On the air at that particular time, and now that you've got blogs and you got espn and Fox sports and all the other networks and everything how is that factored into how tough the coaching job is today for a head coach? Oh I, think it's really made it much more difficult. If you get if you get a colleague coaching job today compared to when I was a college coach I think it's much more difficult because you're right. We didn't have ESPN in those days and so consequently, they didn't know what I was doing cal I remember we went to that bowl game back in New Jersey and. And and sixty minutes came into the story on our academics at Berkeley at the time and it was it was very skewed because they didn't understand and people never saw that show what were today I think it would be right out in front of the public all the time and I think it makes your job that much more difficult question. Let's jump over the National Football League when we talk about head coaching in the National Football League or even an assistant coach or being in a coaching organization with an NFL team, what are the dynamics that are involved there that are different from the college level? You know what Ryan I would. Time into that sought but I think it's probably the amount of guys playing in the League coaching in the League. Right now have come into the league because they think that's the epitome to be a colleague professional coach because it is the word professional but I think the college coaches do much better job than sometimes. Then then the professional coaches do you know I've? Got A, friend of mine who was a former head coach that won a super bowl championship and I asked him if he was going to get back into the game as a head coach again because he's in the broadcasting area right now he smiled at me and he said you know Ron he said, they want young and they want cheap and I'm neither one. That's probably very true. Very true. I think I know what you're talking about I. think that is very true. Yeah, and the other thing too is that he said to me that this was a general managers league. Now referring to the National Football League is that indeed the case do you think do you think the decisions are being made mostly on rosters and by general managers? I I don't know I I think it probably is partially true because I think the money is what's really talks. It's become much more of a glamorous and much more money oriented than was when I coached but I can't answer your question I, really don't know we've got about a minute left here and when you think back on your career as a coach both at the NFL level and as a head coach in college football as well. What's what's your favorite memory Roger? Hit Me with another question I don't know around probably my my greatest memories when I coach at Stanford under John Ralston and winning the Rose Bowl two years enroll. When we we won that game, we'd beat Ohio State and Michigan at probably. I I just thinking about it. I. Think that probably the greatest I've ever had in coaching in all years that I've coached and until everybody who was on that staff, the assistant coaches under Austin. Well we had dick for meal. We had Mike White. We had at Peasley we had yet Christianson coast the forty niners we had Bob Gamble was a great football coach and Mac Macartney will always guys run at staff that I coach Dan in the in the Rose Bowl against Michigan Ohio state at Stanford two years, John Ross one who rose bowls. I. WanNa. Thank you. Roger, it's good to connect again continued. Good Luck with coaching those quarterbacks you do a great job and I I appreciate our Friendship Take Care Rodger thanks a lot I. appreciate it. Thanks so much. Roger Theater again called a quarterback guru by the article that I read a former head coach at the University of California now training almost two hundred athletes a year in the skill positions. We'll take a break here come back on the other side as we. 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Aruna was It was an exciting time curve growing up in the community that I'm Tom and lower middle Tennessee There's a lot of Alabama fans because I don't Alabama while I'm in the middle of. Small town it's it's got some vanderbilt fans but the majority of all of us. You know love and supported the University of Tennessee and that that timely we want doing as well. You know in the Well, actually early sixties and Pity, comment change energy on campus played for championship. One AFC championship and gone. He didn't finish another to in the country and number one in some polls. So there was a lot of excitement about coming to campus and. Actually, it was just everything that I thought it would be in more and And as a young prospector from the small town we did. We did a lot of things. Girls were gorgeous. You know that was important to seventeen old. You know but just staying around the Tennessee halfway program at that time my life Thank my life. It was it was fabulous. You know I've done play by play a number of universities and I really think the University of Tennessee, the location of that stadium right along the river. There's something special about it, and then of course, the checkerboard end zones in everything tell me what it was like to run out of the tunnel into that mammoth stadium and the fans cheering. I thought this 'cause somebody reminded me. I'm the belief in the top two three people that have probably run through the paint. The most times and it never got all it was always exciting. I mean, almost the stadium with symbol. arrive at the setting at the foot of the smokies and and and And along the river and if We had such. Great Fans. It was just so much. Much Fun to be a part of and and you know the hall of fame is wonderful. Honor the. That and family. Onboard. But using how as well as anybody in entertain. Sports. You know there's so many people that have so much to do with that President right right. The Athletic Director Go Johnson President. I had the most loyal staff in the world I. Mean They just they stayed with me and we had a great run. As, the best in modern Tennessee history and then. All. The players we something like ninety two guys that went on and play football and. At a chance to coach out Wilson and Peyton manning and price and some whole bunch of interest players. And that's how those things have have. That's how they happened is when all that comes together and we were fortunate enough to put together. As you know, the SEC is probably the best and most powerful football conference in the country. But when you were back there playing, tell me what that conference was like. Still. One of the best conferences in the country it was really difficult. The southeastern conference 'cause ordinarily one loss but. You know with the Patriot out because with time we only played six six thousand games. And It was it was very difficult to. We played some maximal games with really is I think GonNa see this cat at the forefront. Of Non, conference National Games really made a difference. So we had a great series. With Ucla and and others, and those are really fun to be part of Penn State. for a number of years I first night game in Tennessee was against Penn. state. And having a chance to be involved in those interests was nothing like the third Saturday in October. playing Alabama here in Tennessee and that's that's changed some with divisional play I think for in some people's mind but. I'm very proud of the fact that we had a we had a good record against friends and inside because it's so much respected program. Did you ever. Did you have any? Did, you have any trepidation about replacing johnny majors because of the market left on that university? They did a great job at Tennessee and suddenly it was it was. Very. exciting time in life but also their miserable time in their life because of the way it all happen I was I was actually headed to Arkansas Approach there and you know they asked me to stay and and you know I wasn't gonNA. Tell them all the modern 'cause they were gonNA maybe make that says is to what he was going to be here or not but. I have great respect for coach and. A lot of my career. What are the pluses and minuses Phil taking over and being the head coach of your Alma Mater because I always think that if you're coach coming in from the outside, there are some pluses and minuses there because the program doesn't you know the people around the program don't know you particularly. But when you've grown up in the program, is there a lot more expectation of somebody that comes from that direction? The level that we tried to play at here at Tennessee there's expectations regardless. Of who you are and if you if you Get the stay if you don't perform you don't whether you're one this. Or not You know for my from my standpoint it was it was a it was a it really wasn't a job for Mayo my family and I think you could extend that for me and my coaches. As as a as it became the lifestyle. And Therefore, we you know we have great atmosphere young people to go up and place for his family. we were able to continue to compete at the highest level every every third year for the last eleven years we play for the SEC championship. You know. So we're competing and a great level including two, thousand and seven. that's that's a plus because you know I, think maybe you put more into it than somebody would if it was just a job You know the minuses spoil. And, and they think all of a sudden makes it's an easy job and and there are no easy jobs in college football and you're serving is certainly not an easy job Tennessee that does. Of. The of difficulty we have over their instinct occurring it just not a lot of people. Therefore. There's not just a lot of players and you have to go a lot of places burgum that. We also have on the other side. We have great facilities in great history and we can go. And get a peyton manning for. Tennessee or Kamal. Out perilous price, those kinds of that. Let. Me Ask you about Peyton Manning I've known him since he was two years old because I know archie really well. So I've seen him grow up and such an extraordinary person as well as an outstanding football player but I'm trying to imagine what the conversation was between you and either the family or Peyton that closed the deal getting him to come to Tennessee. Well. That was a unique set of circumstances now our. Mutual fans with fight against each other in college. Olympia had some had some concerns about son you know coming to Tennessee because Ole miss and Tennessee is such a rivalry at the in our era. And they just a fabulous job of soothing. All of that and I think in Patan visit and he saw. Facilities our commitment just just had. He'd Schumer. That was runner up for the Heisman I. Felt I think Pete's out like he could reach all of his goals here and be comfortable in a setting that we that we created. And that he was gonNA. Get coach Todd in a great system. And That's really why he chose to come to Tennessee he liked the people. Like the system, they liked the FLEISS and Obviously, they were broiled Yes him coming but also feel. Thrilled. With his career. I N success today. When you look back at that decision, he had to make going into his senior year. What was it that automatic ultimately tipped it to him coming back for a fourth year. I. Think it goes to the same thing I. think he was enjoying college. He was excited about his team coming back. he wanted to experience that that another year. Love to see people it was it was A. It's it's not it's not. A point you know rarely loved being where where it was and. And he's great for me. I. It says most of his hours. And actually and I it was like having another coke. He spent a lot of time in the film room with US and. And I think he also enjoyed himself a lot. To. And that was a governor a huge. Slots experience. And and Another Agency Championship. I WanNa Talk to you about ninety seven to ninety eight because you win the Sec Championship in both those years Phil but a ninety eight special year because you win the BCS national. Championship game I one that they had. What was the catalyst of that ninety eighteen that allows you to have the success that you had. One can't take anything away from being here and having an opportunity to build around him in and he was gone but he you know his influence was still here. But. You know that same ninety, eight leadership out Wilson and Mercedes. Hamilton and. Saw Him Bryce on those guys we're are captain's. They weren't going to let. US Fail WE HAVE SPREAD UNBELIEVABLE Unmanned very talented. Went on played the NFL and all those kind of things but that have the most wonderful attitude. About the about being special football team minutes you could ever imagine that a practice. we do not have any distractions off the field they manage themselves extremely well. They laid them take one game at a time and have some great comeback wins for some really good teams Syracuse and. I'm mcnabb and Florida and they're really good teams and Arkansas is just. and. Then they wanted to thank the as they were supposed to have they was supposed to and. We were very deep team. The great fail back Jamal Lewis and they pledged failed back in. and. And A lot of people at the time were talking about being a team of guesstimate and a lot of ways it might ban because they they knew how to win and they found the wedding ran and it was it was great fun because. We only have a couple of minutes left Phil but in a sense, did you guys get caught up meaning the program and even you as a coach of the expectation after winning that national championship and the the great back to back years? Ninety seven and ninety eight people then became you know began thinking about that as the measuring stick for Phil Fulmer and his program. I you know in some ways I'm sure we all did you know we were right back in it and ninety nine Arkansas had a poster out late in the ball game and and upset if we would probably, we would have been right back in the mix. NFC Championship game have a chance to go play Florida. State again. I'm through thousand and one We beat Florida at the end of the year for the Conference Championship. And played Lsu for the second time and and unfortunately didn't get that one we would have played. MIAMI. for the National Championship won the conference again and old four. I might have the wrong I think four and then again and I was seven. So you know we never quite got back to the to the level that we were but we were. We were really close and and then had some great. Teams and great then the coast so. Even though it didn't get back to the National Championship. I. Felt like we did a good job. In about thirty seconds is there a moment in your career either as a player or even as a coach? It's kind of ingrained in your mind that when you close your eyes and you think about your career and everything that it's really something that brings a smile to your face. The best thing I could say a couple of men in my town including some coaches from him and use polly when we were younger really made an impact on the s to out to help a young person and. If I. if there's a reason I got into coaching that was it and I think we have impacted a lot of people and help for life and. You know they wins great in the honors a great but you know you lay your head on the pillow at night to. Done that I WANNA. Thank you very much. Can Young man that you coached you ran your program. It was something that was done with distinction. Thanks a lot Phil. Iran fill former with us again, head coach a modern. Tennessee some seventeen seasons we continue across the country and around the world we've got you on sports byline. Hello and welcome back to the Ronnie do each tax. See My paycheck garnished last week. Emily get half the normal amount to make matters worse. The IRS froze my bank account. Embarrassed and scared I need some help listen Paul you'll need to feel embarrassed. He just needs some tax help in the Great News Glove Ede doesn't that sound great. It sure does Ronnie then do yourself a Huge favor and get a free consultation right now and tell them the tax lady sent you eight, five, five, seven, one, five, five, seven, two, one, eight, five. 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Hey, how would you like to go to Iraq or Afghanistan maybe get shot at and you can always tell. What kind of marriage they have because the athletes always say well, I gotta ask my wife and they come back to me and I get one of two answers. One is my wife says not over her her body in any way shape or form, and then the other answer is my wife said, yeah go ahead and go honey but let's get that insurance. Policy. So I wanNA thank not only the servicemen and servicewomen, but I'd also like to thank certainly all the athlete friends of mine that have been generous enough to go with me and at some point in every trip, I could tell you my athlete friends have touched me on the shoulder and said, Ron. Thank you. This has changed my life. So thanks to. Everybody. We're GONNA be talking a little basketball. Ernie Bilko is the head officer of the National Basketball Retired players association, and they're trying to help out the retired players in the NBA and it's a very interesting organization. So we will talk to him for a while and then Otis, Birdsong it's GonNa be with us. He played twelve NBA seasons with Kansas City new. Jersey and Boston he was the first guard to be paid a million dollars in a single played his college ball at the University of Houston and his number ten was retired by the University of Houston. So good to have you with us as we continue across the country and around the world I'm Ron Bar. We've got you on America's sports talk shows. Sports byline. At Shell we know from the time you get up to the time you wrap up there's a lot of meet ups. EAT UPS and hurry up. 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He is the head of the National Basketball retired players association, but he's a very interesting man. He has experience in various sports at various levels having been involved in the national football league with the New Orleans. Saints. And also in baseball with the Southern League at one time as well. Arnie take me back to your roots in in sports How did you get involved Cher? Well, I grew up in the Midwest and I went to law school opened the throughout my legal career of about ten years always had a driving interest in sports. And I was very fortunate to I get involved in the Collegian area just as a practicing attorney. I was doing some compliance work with a NCWA conference here in Chicago and that led to my I really fulltime job, which was deputy commissioner and General Counsel of the Old Continental Basketball Association. And really enjoyed that time in from there. You know many people do in sports. You kind of build your career up You know from Minor, league? Sports. And obviously reached the pinnacle of the Major League era when I was with New Orleans Saito it's it's been a wonderful career sports. Industry is a tremendous field to be in and I've been able to enjoy and and also diversify a little bit because after. Katrina. HIT NEW ORLEANS I took a few years away from. The sports field went into politics and was elected council person in New Orleans Post. Katrina for six years you know think about your resume and the different sports the different perspectives that you have you have a very interesting overview of the development of sports I wonder if you can give me kind of a layman's perspective of how you feel sports affects communities especially down in. New. Orleans when the saints were so instrumental in helping that community comeback. I think Orleans is is really the perfect you know model for the the impact sports has on society and has in communities You know I grew up in in an area not far from Green, Bay Wisconsin, and of course I I grew up in my childhood watching the impact of the packers really dominating the Sports Dean in Wisconsin you know from every city North and south and I don't think I would've ever believed that there was a another. Team that had closer impacted to its community than the packers Wisconsin until I went to New Orleans and saw what the saints meant to that community you know the saints, the Hornets all of the sports teams that are in the community. They have played such a vital role in the redevelopment of that city if given confidence to people to come back in the very dark days after Katrina. When there wasn't, you know anything happening in the city, no lights, the roads destroyed. You know sports plays, but the reality is that a lot of a lot of communities New Orleans one of 'em. Sports really brought a city back and You know all you need to do is look at that incredible night at the superdome in two thousand six when they reopened the building I mean it was. Just. Electric. It was much more than a sports story. It was a it was in does certainly seen the progress that a city like New Orleans has made you know when you? Take a look at Green Bay or New Orleans in Kansas City I mean that's the heartland of. And the way the sports teams are integrated into. The community that's one thing. But what about in the major markets like Chicago New York or a Los Angeles what have you observed as? The you certainly have phenomenal fans in in majorly it all the major league markets You know our office is headquartered in Chicago and I. You know I've been in in in this city for a number of years during my career. I mean, Chicago's one of the great sports cities in America. You know the difference between Chicago and and a New Orleans a Green Bay is that you've got many. Many. Different options. So you you do have fans that are really basketball fans and some that you know while the. Hornets. So there and and certainly there's a great following for the Hornets right now you know New Orleans has historically been a football town. And many of the fans have been following that team for forty some years. So that was their team same thing with the packers Avi. They're you know there have sports competition in some of those markets and you know I would say this from a media standpoint of. you know I, think the media is probably a little bit more critical in the Major League Sports City that have. Multiple teams and whereas maybe there's a little bit more of a love affair that goes on you know between the packers in the sneeze and You know it's just a question of how many people there are that live there that truly are members of the fan base aren't a you know as well as. Xijue this has always been a business, the sports business, but it seems to have changed because a lot of big money is. I mean. You know I hear with the national international show like this about fans for Sports Heroes Today as compared to maybe twenty twenty, five years ago. What did the one of the fans missing over that perspective of time? Well I think the fans per you know their fans reaction and perception is is an accurate one I. You know when when I grow up obviously I grew up. Following the great attacker legends of the. Sixties and seventies, and you know there was such a close connection between you know the those players and the fan base I mean after a foot. Ball game. You. You knew on Sunday night exactly where some of your heroes would be. You know it's just changed a little bit You know first of all players don't stay with their teams nearly as long as they did in the past. So that connection doesn't develop the way it did thirty forty years ago, and obviously the money has changed many things because you know sports is clearly business right now, both at the professional level at the intercollegiate level as well and at the end of the amateur level be below the college level. Business aspect to every area of the sports industry. So you know I I think that you know that is just the reality of the world I mean things changed in the money has changed some of that. But I, think the you know the the movement of players you know has also eroded a little bit of what you saw when we were kids I also think that for the retired athletes no matter what sport they may play it also. Has Changed over the twenty twenty five years because I think you and I both know there were athletes that used to talk in the National Football League and probably in the other leagues as well about in the off season, they had to have a second job in order to make ends meet. Now that is certainly not the case with the money that they're making as far as the retired player. What have you observed as the head of the national? Basketball retired players association and having witnessed also the other sports, what do you see what's happening with the retired athlete? Why I think it's a very interesting thing. Mean War it's face unique challenges You know they they were many of them were obviously phenomenal. Plates and had you know Great Sports Careers They may have played in an era that they didn't have a lot of money Some of them may have you know been good players, but they're marketability may have faded a little bit over the years. So each. Of each of the former at least in the basketball world that I represent. Faces a different situation. And you know what we try to do as we're the official organization all to to life some of it requires financial assistance, some of medical some of it is education of going back to college, but the east face unique challenges and You know they an organization like our serves the purpose because we really try to help each and every one of our guys we only have about ninety seconds before we have to break. But how hard is that given the fact that for many of these basketball players? That's only that's the only thing that they've really all only known all there. Well I. Think it's an awakening unfortunately for a lot of a lot of players and I. You know I think this is. Somewhat of an indictment on the. System before they get to the pros know I think you know it's important that we educate our our young people so that winter sports days are over, they've got something they can fall back on they've got a degree they've got a career and a profession You know sometimes agents disappear bad financial advice is given in some of the some of the statistics are staggering in a negative way of professional athletes within a number of your after their playing days are over how many of them are facing financial payroll so I think our job is to try to do a better job not only on the back end when these players retire but I think it's important to advocate on the front end while they're in college while they're playing days are still active to try to get them thinking about what their life will be after the playing Karan's Arnie co- is with us he's the head of the National Basketball retired players association will continue talking to him more about the challenges that retired players face as we continue across. 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He's the head of the National Basketball retired players association. You mentioned about the ABA NBA and the Harlem globetrotters. Tell me. Little Bit about the Harlem globetrotters and the players involved in your organization. Well. The globetrotters became an official member of our organization I think five or six years ago and they have their own entity trotters are based out of Phoenix. Arizona and We believe that there are six to seven hundred perspective member. So you know we're very. Aggressively trying to make ourselves known to the globetrotters to let them know that we're an organization that would welcome them that would like them to be part of organization. So I think we're at the growing stages of that You know we have many more AB members, NBA members right now but the globetrotters are wonderful organization I've anybody that's listening probably grew up at some point watching the the globetrotters play around the world and they they have many of the same needs at NBA Aba players. Have many of them struggle financially they struggle with careers. So again we're we're the type of organization that really I think can provide a great service to them. You know I've got a couple of my friends and other sports and most notably in the national football league and one of them has started an organization to try to help former football players because the statistics are staggering. About the problems that they face from a marriage standpoint, there's a lot of divorce. There's a lot of injury aspects we know that a number of them especially, if they'd been linemen have ballooned up in weight and had health problems as well. What do you find in the world of basketball from a retired players association? You find I have visited Atlantic with my counterparts in football and baseball. And find a lot of commonalities of. The. Former players again you know a lot of these individuals had great in life really took a turn Donald. Word and you know some of the again, the numbers are staggering. I saw a survey not long ago. That said that within five years. Of A player leaving professional sports sixty percent of those players were either in bankruptcy or severe financial peril. So again, I mean there's a lot of things that were. pry Just educating them on the different areas of which they can succeed. I will tell you one of the proposed. That I would love to see that we're talking to the NBA about is trying to get Active. Players members of our association from the very beginning of their playing days. So that when they come into the league scalp. Playing. If the natural candidate at least if we can give them some basic information and keep telling them the story that there will come a day when they retire I, think that would be a great benefit as opposed to getting guys after they've already retired and they've got some you know some information is already going to make an observation here, and if I'm wrong about, please feel free to correct me but I would assume there's A. Difference between the recently retired professional basketball player say one over the last two to five years and one that may be retired fifteen twenty twenty-five years ago and I say that because of the money that's available in professional basketball today am I correct about that? You have to deal with different problems depending upon the era in which the player played. So certainly I mean, that's accurate. I mean we we have guys in membership from. Marley twenty. Two guys that are in our eighties and. You know the interesting mix obviously because some of the challenges are very different You know some of the guys that are that are older in life right now, I mean, they played in an era that the money wasn't you know even close to where it has been over the last couple of decades. So you know it's interesting to watch these guys get together though at our different events because they socialize they, you know the younger guys especially love to hear from some of the older guys but you know from the challenge standpoint, a financial standpoint. Very, very different and of course you know the leagues over the last. Ten fifteen years have probably tried to do a little bit more for retired players in the collective bargaining agreements than was the case thirty, forty years ago. So some of the younger guys that are retiring you know are the beneficiaries of the benefit packages and and such guys played. You know three or four decades ago do issues with a retired basketball player or any retired athlete that I think Probably comes to the top, and one is the fact that they retire at a relatively young age, and so therefore, they have a main part of their life ahead of them and I think they're probably pretty much lost as to what to do next because they have been, you know found themselves in the spotlight people are always doing something for them, and then all of a sudden it comes to a quick. And they have to start doing things for themselves. How tough is it? How tough have you found to be for the athlete to go from one hundred miles an hour sport absolutely nothing. That's very difficult. I mean it's you know I mean it. It's hard to come from the the glamour of being on the court and having fans there watching you and media covering you. You know two days when you're your is over. And you now have to pick up the rest of your life that you said, the average length, the career in in in basketball, and most of these sports is relatively short. I. Mean Player may play an average six seven years. You know they're they're they're in their late twenties and they've still got. Fifty sixty years of life ahead of them. So I mean part of it is I think mentally understanding the fact that there is another life after the sport and really trying to prepare yourself for what that might be what would your career be? What educational affect you have to have in order to be able to pursue that career that you'd like to have how do you protect your money? Why you're playing I mean there's all kinds of issues that these guys face that candidly non athletes like us. We don't deal with this stuff as much. So you know our our job is an association is to. Help these players as much as we can. Again, we'd love to get him on the front and while they're still playing as opposed to after the retired after their retirement has taken place but we work with everybody and You know we're going to keep working with them and I. Think it's important from an advocacy standpoint that myself the the you know the CEO and in baseball and the NFL, all the retired players association we really advocate aggressively for you know programs the collegiate level you know having these guys day in school getting their education you know having an opportunity to really succeed and unfortunately in sports basketball. You know is is is is not as good as it should be right now a lotta guys finish their career and they don't a degree They weren't in college that long and they have to fall back on something and they just don't have something to fall back on you know as well as I do the NFL had some real issues with the retired players they were very unhappy that they weren't being taken care of sense that in basketball is there a different atmosphere and attitude toward the retired basketball player than what we've heard in the past about the retired football player? Well I think it's I think it's a it's a different paradigm. No, no question. I mean it the the NFL situation the NFL first of all his to retired players organizations one that's administered by the League and one that's administered by the Union and you know there's been a lot of litigation over the years involving retired players in the organizations you know basketball our organization has. Made. The strategic decision, not to get deeply involved in the collective bargaining sessions. You know the the deal that was reached in December. You know we were not. We were behind the scenes you know trying to give advice and ideas and input, but we weren't at the table and you know part of that is because in our case both the NBA and union, our partners of ours, their financial partners of ours. So we obviously could not take a side one way or the other but.

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Apparently it has spread to some other cities massive protests angry and rightfully so people's we can get into that plus Donald Trump has issued another one of these executive orders. This time it amazingly is not covert related. This is about an attack against social media apparently and wing and discussed that as well now of course your calls and thoughts are welcomed. That's where we're going to start here tonight with Dave on the line and this this is Dave Ridley from Ridley. Report DOT COM. I'm calling from New Hampshire. Go ahead Dave. Dave Ridley frantically looking for the speaker phone button to turn it off found. Okay so there's this claim you know that what you don't like it. Vote to change the system. Or if you don't like it leave well you know I did leave. I fled to knee Hampshire and I do vote but now the latest attempt at trying to make sure that your even your vote doesn't count the. That's going on in New Hampshire now. So is this thing called eight house. Bill Thirteen O nine which the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance is raising alarms about what it would do. Is it would demand the text of current law. So there's like when you have a local town. Vote the new. The new law would read quote unless restricted by any provision of law. The vote on at the Titian warrant articles shelby binding upon the town unquote so it just saying that the now the petition war articles or not even binding anymore if you can find one passage in two hundred thousand two hundred thousand pages of law so be pretty easy to find some passage somewhere in state or federal law. That says you you know that that might throw the petition. Warned article into doubt in terms of legality. Right it just makes it easier to sue. To overturn the will of the voters. Yeah I guess. I don't know a whole lot about this. I know that in the case of the the core starting of the courts. The school boards. Here in New Hampshire. These warrant articles are basically useless Or at prior to this or whatever had been useless because they would introduce them at the school board meeting and then some busy body would stand up and like completely gut the original intention of the warrant article. At least. That's what happens Here in in keene. So what can you read the text to me one more time? Because it's sometimes it's hard to follow legally I'm GonNa. I'm GonNa read a separate part of the text which is very similar quote unless restricted by any other provisions of law. The vote on petitioned warrant article shall be binding upon the school district unquote. Yeah okay so this and you're saying this somehow changes the previous warrant article legislation. Well it was already not very binding right because I remember the one of the first pieces of political activism. I didn't keen when I moved there. No four was to stand in a blizzard outside this this Vote right and to hold a sign advocating for Some stuff that some school board people were doing some school board people had reached out to me and they wanted to sell this building. This useless building. Right is unnecessary building. And so I stood there to try to help get you to help get. The buildings. Sold is vote. Yes on something or not. I don't know what it was but anyway sure enough that passed with flying colors. And didn't they just refuse to sell it? Even though the voters decided not sell it s case Saly I mean maybe five years later they solve it or something like that but well okay. I guess I'm confused David. It sounds to me like this now again. I'm not a lawyer so I don't really know what any of this legally stuff means. But my understanding is if it's saying that the war article will apply barring any sort of other provisions that that prevents it that that seems like sort of a A No brainer. Like that seems like it would make it not finding anything right like I probably already. It's already more would make it less binding. According to the article the author the author is Aubrey Friedman. And he goes into goes into more detail. What's I haven't I haven't looked I don't know man I mean it's all very confusing to me all this league lease. It's very very confusing. Well it's clear. Is that for whatever reason why this is? I don't know why. Local politicians tend to give up their power to state politicians. Who Don't want to. They seem it seems to happen. And then we'll state politician back at the At the civil war. And you'll see the answer to that you'll also find the answer in the seventeen th amendment to the constitution. Now there's the seventeen th amendment. It sounds like a good pro-democratic thing when you think about it. What it did is institute. Popular election of senators senators now. The thing is before that senators were chosen by the state legislatures right. So basically they gave the the Senate gave the states of voice in the federal government and the expectation was that they would be jealous of state power And when I say jealous I mean distrustful of the federal government handing power over to the federal government so the people then it was hoped would be able to use the play both ends against the middle if you will use the state governments to keep the federal government's in government in control and use the federal government to keep the state governments in control. But when you take away when you when they took away that power from the state legislatures and they they legislatures gave it away because they had to have participated in this right. Like three quarters of the states had to sign off this. Yeah they did. And that was in the context of the civil war. Okay there were. There was a whole slew of amendments. That took place at that time. And the civil war was the beginning of a castration of the state governments and the seventeenth demand has been pretty affected more or less the end of it so state governments are now fully owned subsidiaries of the federal government more or less. Oh by by the way I need to correct myself. Pretty majorly here. I've got it backwards. I guess thirteen nine is to make it so that it's harder for them. To overturn the will of the voters. I was thinking like me so I'm glad that we agree on this one now. Yeah so you're in this. This would make it. Actually Hard. To overturn the voters. Are you saying the Liberty Alliance is trying to alert people against this bill or in favorite? No no I'm backwards. The is trying to alert people that they might want us to the that it's that it exists. I don't know if the whole alliance supports it. But they're just drawing attention to it and it looks like the guy who's writing. This article thinks the the bill is potentially going to make things better. Are they meeting at this point the state legislature as I understand it? The legislative building is locked in That's correct that they're meeting on June nine hundred eleven coming back into session okay. Legislatures coming back. Property is safe when the legislature is. They're bringing back parking tickets now to in in downtown keene after having a break on that for for two two months or something like that. Hey Ridley anything else you WANNA share. Oh I've got a lot of videos coming out then maybe of interest but that on you'll see you'll see those on the channel You'll see what happened when I tried to follow up on Gary Ian. Remember that time in twenty eleven when he got kicked out of the farmers market and conquered not really but I believe it was great. The grabbed the like. They shot off his camera right when he tried to film them stopping him from you know demonstrating her or something like that on a public street. So I didn't keeping that in mind for a long time and I was never sort of in concord you know at the same time is the farmers market but I remembered that happened nine years ago and so I finally showed up. You know this weekend and I did the same thing as Garrett more or less straight. Didn't try to try to film and you'll see what happens love. I Love Ridley. He just he throws back to all these old things that happened years ago and then tries to hold the politicians accountable for it. Seven years later whatever. It is pretty entertaining. Because they just they they didn't know about it back then and they certainly don't know about it today. They try to stay ignorant of their bureaucrats violating people's rights. Hey thanks for the call tonight. Dave appreciate a check out the video channel over at Ridley report DOT COM. You'll probably enjoy it. He's he's pretty talented. We got more coming up. You can share your thoughts with us here on Free Talk Live. 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I think that's going on with the COVID. Nineteen testing is. If is if we didn't aren't as if we didn't already suspect it but you know we've for those that don't know we have a medical clinic. We've had about twenty positives now on Covid nineteen but the funny thing is we've follow up the the positive The COVID patients that want to I mean they don't have to but if they want to after they Recovered they can do the antibody test so we cover. We follow them up with the antibody test so meals whether or not they have. Antibodies meaning that. If they do they would be immune from Kobe. Nineteen strain in the future. Our supposedly. They'd have it Gotcha and they could donate their plasma or whatever but the funny thing is we've had I think about sixteen patients. Who have agreed to do the antibody test and only one of them's come up positive. So how is it possible that have sixteen patients only ones coming up with antibodies unless the other fifteen patients never had covert to begin with? So how so? How did they test positive? I guess is my question which which test the first the first tatting it because they come in with symptoms and then we do the swab. Okay send it into the lab and then the lab tests that found out that the THC fly. The mango were positive. I don't know about that. I think it's you know I is. Yeah I would look up Covid nineteen Papaya or coconut mango. Because there have been reports that tropical fruit has been reported testing positive for this disease. Although I suspect that if you ran an antibody test on that tropical fruit you would find that it too had never had Yeah so I. I'm suspicious of all of these things and the fact that a lot of these hospitals are getting paid huge sums of money. There was a guy yesterday. Protesting there was some coverage of the protests in Los Angeles and one of the guys In Los Angeles is an emergency room. Either a doctor technician and he was on the streets with a sign talking about covid nineteen and he was saying that most of the people that a lot of the people are being tested reported as positive when in reality they weren't positive because he says the hospitals are getting huge sums of money for Kobe patients and right now. The hospitals are hurting. They don't half. The hospitals are amty during. They're hurting for money. Can Get so they're going to get. I mean when you think about it and this is one of the things that bothers me. The most. The hospitals are empty. The hospitals are laying people off. And when you think about it if if there was an epidemic going on there is mass. Death mass trauma going on from an epidemic. They would need people working outside their specialty to care for the dead or the dying right. They would need every Every medical person they could get on deck That's not happening at. That's not happening dancing in the aisles in the hospital because they got nothing to do which means anything that people are dying people. And it's a funny thing. I I realized when I read some of these news stories that I'd lived through a huge very deadly pandemic in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine during woodstock and I didn't even know it. A million people dead and I didn't know born and sixty eight a lot of the people who were of age. Don't remember in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine but the thing is we didn't we didn't miss a beat in sixty nine and nobody shot anything down. The businesses kept going. Woodstock kept going. There wasn't a thing that changed in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine due to a pandemic that killed what a hundred times more people than what this covert is claiming credit for it The fear kind of mentality that we see so commonplace these days would have even played with people back in the day back in the late sixties without of even caught on in any way. What they're doing. There's there's no way they could have pulled this off in the sixties. The people are so much more sheepish now than they were back then. It's it's absurd. Do you think that's just because of the government has been doing the indoctrination camps you know the the day prisons school? It's gotta be due to that and public fool system. I don't call it the public school system. I call it the public fool system. Well the communication significantly faster now too but that doesn't necessarily I mean that's a good thing right like it's a good thing that communication is faster but it also means that bad ideas can propagate to. What's a bad thing? Is that six corporations now control all broadcasting in the United States. And of course the reason for that is because they control all of the licenses broadcasting. I mean there's still some independent radio stations are well. Let's let's say nearly all broadcast. It's a good chunk especially in resent especially in the major markets. Okay and that's where opinion makes a big difference so they are driving opinion. And will I'll come back to this when we talk about the trump story thank you. Gene Christian anarchist appreciate hearing from you. There sounds like getting out of the car. And Hope you or getting into the car if so enjoy the ride So you can join us here. 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According to the Hill Dot Com on section two thirty of the Communications Decency Act which was a nineteen ninety-six law that gives platforms legal immunity for content posted by third party users while also giving them cover to make good faith efforts to moderate their platforms. So ensure what that means as I understand it. And I'm not an attorney but we've discussed this section two thirty in the past. The idea is if you're running a website let's say elect nobody dot com and elect. Nobody I believe has comments that that people can leave. If I recall correctly I believe there is a yes. There is a common sector. So you got a comment section on your website that anybody in theory can go and dister username four and just drop in whatever nasty comment that they want to write or or positive and supportive. But it's the Internet so it's probably going to be nasty and they just drop in whatever they want and then they leave and then you're you've got a mess in ugly comment that could be maybe libellous yard somebody. It could have some sort of an information that may actually be allegedly breaking a law of some sort Riley. There could be all kinds of things. A user might leave on your website in the case of Youtube. Uploading video with some sort of prohibited content. Something that YouTube Doesn't lower copyright violation or something else that you know whatever other laws would consider to be illegal. Youtube is not and nobody. Dot Com is not liable under this section to thirty exemption basically for the content that users post to the website. That's the whole idea behind. You shouldn't have to have a law to make that clear right like if you didn't say it you shouldn't be liable for. It seems to me pretty clear. But that's what section to thirty as well Let me give you a counter example to to that theory which is Considering a newspaper Okay a newspaper is liable for some but not all of the things that it's post for example. I don't believe that a that. A newspaper would necessarily be liable for the content of a letter to the editor. Sure that contained for example Defamatory information but a staff to`real as staff editorial or of or straight news story right they might be liable so there's a key difference here the difference between what your users who are now employees or contractors. Whatever of the of the website what. Your users post shall not be infringing upon the liability of the website meaning. It will not caused liability to the website for whatever that content is. They are heavily only considered. True if you're not moderating okay or if you're not moderating too much and the and the thing is you're still liable for what your for your comments of course comments that come under the heading of the web of the website and also if you moderate too much than air creator human can be that just just as a man. Pruning a tree is responsible for the final shape of it because he pruned it and it could. Well be that. If you do a lot of Banzai on your comment section you had become liable for what was said there because hey you posted out you took out a whole bunch of non infringing content but you left this very obvious case of liable for example fares. An INTERESTING ARGUMENT THERE. I mean is. Are you saying that? That's how things have been up until this point you're standing that's my understanding of it and that's one of the reasons that social media platforms have been loath to either involve their own voice or to do too much Mediation but that's changed with the advent of fact. Checkers who are mostly it seems government mouthpieces. Who are brought in by the various And maybe not even the open government but deep space deep state mouthpieces mouthpieces for basically the intelligence community for the people running the media which may not be the open. The open government. Those things may not be under control for example of Donald Trump. At the moment. They're more likely under the control of faith with bureaucrats who run the intelligence agencies. Let me tell you more about the story. Trump joined by attorney. General William Bar addressed reporters in the Oval Office this afternoon before exciting the executive order quote. We're here today to defend free speech from one of the greatest dangers it has faced in American history. Frankly and you know what it's you know what's going on as well as anybody. It's not good trump told reporters. The president accused social media. Companies have having quote unchecked power to censor restrict edit shape hide in alter virtually any form of communication relating bonsai tree between private citizens or large public audiences. He also said that if he were able to shut twitter down he would. Drums order directs. Now I've got to say the one thing that scared me the most about Donald trump when he got elected is his combative you towards the press. Now since he's been in office I've got to say the press is not not. It has some liberal responsibility here. Is this whole relationship has gotten toxic and many people in the press. Have just kind of turned into you. Know trump hunting paladins. And they're going to you know they're going to keep on it until forever. I find it somewhat entertaining. I been somewhat entertaining but I also find it concerning. Sounds like marks with me on. And here's an example. What trump posted was a piece of opinion? Okay he said that if we use mail in voting that those votes will be it'd be rigged because they will be easier to rig because there will not be people going out to the polls possibilities of exit polls One expects to correspond with the actual vote. And so it's not outside. The realm of possibility. Twitter came around said that false. That won't happen. Well how how? The hell does twitter know that. How where does twitter get off making that a statement of fact ruin false? This vote will or will not be manipulated if it's by mail. It's a matter of opinion and to label that simply false simply false. That's that's insane. Nobody knows that trump may be wrong. But it's not it's not cut and dried is not a matter that you can look up in the Encyclopedia Britannica and say Oh yeah. That's not true we could look at Mail in voting as it's gone on in other states and these sorts of things if you want to look at some of that but We I mean there are arguments on both sides when it comes to this mail in voting thing and it's pretty clear which side the Democrats have come down on right and the Republicans have come down on another side. I'm so sick and tired of systems of everything that comes across. My desk is now a football. You have just so cove is political sick of it right right. You know either. It's GONNA kill us all or we have to stay in our houses for the next three years while they come up with a nice solid vaccine. All right go blockchain. Personally I wanted to know for sure. Who voted which way and I think? Secret ballots bad idea interesting. Argue interesting fifty. Five four fifty free. That's the toll free number. 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Do all the same things just like Russia today probably lies just as much about What's going on in Russia as the American media lies about what's going on in the United States but I think it's more likely for the US media to tell the truth about what's going on in Russia and lie about what's going on in the United States because I think in both countries if the people knew the truth there would be a revolution before Monday. So what's going on with this new order? That trump has passed according to the hill dot com and I have not read the order itself but it does direct an agency within the Commerce Department to file a petition with Federal Communications Commission to clarify the scope of section two thirty a proposition. They're asking the existing bureaucracy to reinterpret to take take another look. Take another crack at your interpretation because remember when it comes to governments so-called lawmaking process and there's all these checks and balances with the reality is it's just opinion right. Law is just an opinion backed by a gun. That's what Mark Stevens has called it and I think it's relatively succinct and sharp. They call a finished dream court issues opinions even the ones that I mean. You know the ones that most of them agree with majority opinions correct so and some of them have been overturned with different opinions. Different Supreme Court's evident more evidence that they are in fact opinions and a perfect example of that one of the most egregious episodes of you the of American history. I is shown in what happened during the new deal whereas FDR brought his new deal programs in they were struck down one by one by the Supreme Court to Supreme Court. Said you can't do that. You can't do that. You can't do that well what. Fdr Did clever man. That he was is he looked at the constitution and realize that the composition of the Supreme Court is not fixed by the competent compass by the Constitution and sells. He added people. Tell you what I'm GonNa do. I'm GONNA ask a whole bunch of young people to the to the Supreme Court to help you to help you guys out. And he proposed adding six people which would have made it fifteen nine. Well what happened after? He announced that he was strongly considering that. Is You know. Nobody wants their power. Deluded net so the Supreme Court got right and line in ratifying rubber stamping everything he said and this included things like agreed cases cases like wicker verses. Phil Burn in which it was determined that a man growing week on his own land to feed his own animals was engaged thereby interstate interstate commerce at subject to regulation by the Federal Government this being despite the fact that his that his actions were noncommercial. He wasn't looking to sell the weighty was looking to feed it to his own animals and it was entrust state in scope. The animals lived on the same land and in the same state as the farm. Now there's there is a constitutional amendment. I could get behind fixing the the size of the Supreme Court. Nine seems fine to me. I mean if that's the number we WANNA go with. I don't really care what goes on. I would prefer not to add anything because if you get because neither side will be able to agree on it if you just keep it fixed at nine. That's fine but you know the president shouldn't have that power to stack the deck like that. Yeah I mean you could pass a thing saying will add to in a decade or something. Because then you don't know who's going to be in control of the federal government in a decade so it's it's more neutral. I presume that Supreme Court buildings outfitted for nine justices. That's how many we have at this point. I doubt there's a lot of open space so I just presume nine adding would be a good idea. I don't see any reason to do it. there's no reason. I mean they've managed to find nine shells to sit in as justice. Why can't they find fifteen chills? They've got trillions of dollars. And they they can't find fifteen people are wearing the both where willing to both wear a dress and be bought. That seems unlikely Shirley thanks. Trump's order again is going to ask the Commerce Department to file a petition with the FCC to clarify the scope of section two thirty which is a proposition that has already drawn. Rebukes from Democratic members of the Five Person Commission. Another section of the order would encourage federal agencies to review their spending on social media. Advertising trump bar indicated that legislation on section two thirty could be incoming bar didn't provide further details while trump suggested they could just quote remove or totally change section to thirty again for those tuning in section two thirty of the Communications Decency Act is the one that extensively extensively gives platforms online legal immunity for content posted by their users by third parties. Not The platform itself. Fundamentally trump cannot ri right the section without Congress's help of course any efforts by agencies like the FCC to make determinations about how the law is applied would almost definitely be challenged ultimately become a matter for a judge to decide but unfortunately that's the reality of executive orders at least that we've seen even though they're not laws if a executive like trump or a governor of state rights out some order puts his signature on it and all of a sudden the executive branch starts acting like this is the law. Well the only way that you can challenge that is if you get arrested by them or targeted by this particular order. So therefore they've got you under their thumb. Now maybe you've got access to money to buy an attorney if they didn't freeze your bank accounts and you know. Crackdown on you and that way presuming. They didn't kill you while arresting you right. Like squeezing the life out of your neck So presuming you can do all that and bring it to an attorney and the attorney takes the case and you pay the attorney and then you can go to court. And maybe maybe you'll have a chance of convincing the robed men and women at some level. Because you'll probably have to go higher and higher and fight this continually and spend God knows how much money on the whole process. Then if it all works out in your favor after you've spent one hundred thousand dollars or whatever the attorney's fees would be to go up to the US Supreme Court. Then maybe the men and women in those robes would say you know what that executive was wrong for making this order order overturned to there goes five years of your life right spent in courts fighting over this quite possibly in prison because remember. You don't appeal until after you've been convicted and sentenced tens of thousands if not hundreds of thousands of your dollars because when the government fights a case they spend your money when you fight a case you spend your money. Yeah they've got a very simple rule. It's it's very clear. Okay first off. If you screw up you gotta Pay Okay. Second off if the COP screw up. You gotTa pay if the judiciary screws up you gotta pay me. Yeah if the prosecutor screws up you gotTa pay and if the Supreme Court screws up you gotTa Pay You. Know matters grows up. If is the surf the slave to the system. Who must finance it? They say that we are the government and that is true when we have to pay for things like we are the government because the because the government comes to us for the money. But that's it. It's not like you get a choice as to whether or not to lay new cheese response to that was government. Is the coldest of cold monsters. Coldly lies this lie. Drops FROM SCRIPTS THAT. I the government m. The people everything government says is a lie and everything that government has has been stolen. That's needed one. Issue was right I I liked the statement but nothing can be in. Nothing can lie all the time. It must must embed the lies in truth right are those are the more effective ones. Certainly circumspect about two lies that it tells it has to be careful to confine. Its lies to things not easily verified which brings us back to why I said I oppose secret ballot voting and the reason is I want a piece of paper published by the government shows my name and what real what vote. 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Likely coming up this fall as you're going to be running for the governor's gubernatorial election here in New Hampshire against the incumbent in the Republican election up against Sununu this tyrant who actually is referred to His Excellency. In the governor's emergency orders. What are you running as a liar for a wishful thinker? I'm lying is a better gangster Ronnie and and I'll tell you what if if if any other gang brought me in as as gangster consultant. How how wanting to know how they could be a better gangster and I looked at the record and I saw that their record was what the US government or the New Hampshire state government was doing. My response would be first off you guys are stacking too many bodies. And you'RE GONNA PISS PEOPLE OFF. You cannot go around stacking bodies and expect to get away with it for a long time because you start killing off people's loved ones and they don't care about civility anymore. And they should not well the New Hampshire. The the New Hampshire gang is definitely not stacking nearly as many bodies as some of the other ones out there. I mean there's already horrific stories that come in some other places in fact. Minneapolis is the most recent one and we can talk more about what's going on. They're not killing anybody or as many people. Okay but people are definitely dying. In New Hampshire. People are definitely getting brutalized in New Hampshire and lost in the Minneapolis. Story has been this kid who got dragged from. His hair dragged from his car by his dreadlock. This was in Albany New York. This is in New Hampshire as I understand it was New Hampshire went to Albany New York that backwards. Maybe he was an album Albany man who came to Newham. I think we'd better find out because I thought it was to Hampshire state police that that did this at. I was planning on making it a topic at at my press conference. I need to know who was where at what time because have to decide whether I'm rooting for the police. Not on this one. I've not reading for the police. Either way he is from Albany from Albany. Okay so but but it happened in new in New Hampshire Yup. He was accused of driving a stolen car. His car was not stolen Okay they simply got it wrong. They broke his window dragged him from the car. Biased dreadlocks okay. This is not acceptable. Behavior is right here in New Hampshire and we need to get out in the street and we need to start. Start doing something about these things because we cannot have this kind of brutality. Going on in in in New Hampshire. It's unacceptable but certainly And the other thing is even when they don't kill you know stacking bodies includes to me doing permanent irreparable harm to people and they have done permanent irreparable harm to me by throwing me in prison. They have done permanent irreparable harm to many innocence by throwing them in prison by taking their freedom by taking their opportunities away from them by taking their businesses away from them at this is absolutely unaccept- and you think that moving to a a non secret or public ballot would actually be of assistance. Now let me see if I understood what you said earlier. You said that you support Not using a secret ballot against a secret ballot. Because you want to be able to verify publicly that you have indeed voted and the way in which you you did vote. Yeah and I won't say I haven't pat cast any votes that I'm ashamed of. I voted for Bill Clinton in Nineteen Ninety two and I am. In retrospect a shamed of that. I think that my my motives were good. I thought he was going to do good things. But the effects of my actions were bad. More people went to prison. I thought I thought he might even legalize weed since he'd smoked himself. I remember thinking that back then. Yeah yeah those are good old days years later or whatever but you're getting pretty legal. Well now okay so marketing I'm just going to predict here. You're going to object to his opposition secret ballot because the traditional reason for secret ballots is so people can't intimidate you think about it. Likely trump is in place right now because of the secret ballot I mean how many husbands out there voted for trump told their wife they voted for Clinton. There's quite a few of them because they're wife can't go check and see right right. Everybody goes into the little thing By themselves in in the last case I went to vote. I took my son and we filled it out together. you know it. It's probably a better civics. Lesson than it is statistical likelihood. My vote was meaningful and so yeah pick whenever he wants but we had a conversation about whether we should vote for the Republican or the Democrat or the Libertarian. Now clearly he did not get the most unbiased opinion You know so. He decided to vote. Libertarian in the gubernatorial election. That was recently. I don't know here in New Hampshire but now every two years now I'm a resident of Saipan and I have to worry about you. People in all your nonsense voting okay. We have where the CNN by the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana. Okay so you're still officially residents even though you're not there got my driver's license okay. I went down to Florida afterwards. I wasn't a resident of their to nobody. What is it that you have to say to respond to that that objection? That's where the most common reason to have a secret ballot is that you can't be intimidated. Vote in a certain way it. It is a. It is not an unreasonable objection. There are people Employers husbands wives. Who might who might intimidate? You say I'm GonNa fire you if you don't vote the right way but but let's let's keep our eye on the ball. What is a vote? A vote is is there to impose your will on your neighbor. Okay and I say that in in my case I encourage people to vote for me because I hope there will is not to impose on their neighbor but yet you know that's what a vote is and if you're going to do that if you're going. I'm going to have my opinions backed by a gun. Then you should be willing to stand up and loudly and proudly explain why you you thought that. That was a good idea. Well I mean the but that doesn't mean that people won't be pushed to vote for one you know. Hey Look I don't feel strongly enough between these two as to whether or not I should vote. And then whoever it is that's intimidating in whatever way they're intimidating might say well that's fine. I feel strongly enough that you should go vote so go ahead and do that or the consequences are whatever the consequences are. Maybe the consequences. Are you have to eat hot dogs for the next four years that you make yourself or the you know the consequences are they beat you up in the back alley are but soon I shop you got here? It'd be shame semester. Now there's a there's a way to split it down the middle you were talking about using the blockchain to vote and that is a immutable ledger. It's it's really great technology and I think it should be used for voting but one could have ones hash or whatever. The terminology is this Secret blockchain vote that still accountable accountable. So the the vote would be next to the whatever the Hash is but you would have your Hash and you have to give it out now. That presumably I that does not sound like a bad idea. There might be a compromise in that area where you could choose whether to open your vote or not. That's a good idea. Give it give the option to the motor. Yeah ex exactly basically. If you publish your key your your public key okay. 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We have the discord call in line rooms over a discord dot L. R. DOT FM. What's going on out in Minneapolis? There's some pretty awful news from these protests that turned into riots turned into looting and lost sight of what the original point of all of it was supposed to be. We can tell you more about it but we've ended up talking actually about the secret ballot. Is it something that we'd be better without? That's what nobody is here. Arguing tonight our co host and then Mark you're taking the side that these secret ballot is a valuable thing to have I. I'm leaning towards that side myself but I'm open to persuasion on this. We're going to continue with that discussion but also I wanNa make sure that you know about Inter you know at Inter coined has actually been working on helping voting. It's one of the things you can do with inner coin. They've been helping democratize power to the people in their local communities. 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You'd be able to set up your voting and different ways and we were just talking about a possible Middle Ground. Where maybe the voter could decide know? Flip a switch do they to publish the results. You know what they decided to vote or not right. I'd be a benefit. Well so you know. Science fiction often precludes the predicts the future right. I remember reading a comic back in the eighties. I believe it was called anarchy comics It suggested that we would all have a communication device that we carry it around with us on a wrist. Of course they were right You have the device on my wrist but I actually used the one that I carry around my pocket and that this device would give us the ability to participate in government. Vote on everything now. That doesn't really happen but it wouldn't take much to create an APP that uses the blockchain. I suspect the guy the boys over there at inner coin already have something rolled out. That will exactly work for everybody in the United States to get Suffrage and be able to vote on every issue every time and what I propose to. Nobody was essentially to that. We have a a Swiss bank account number we call it a hashish. The crypto world. I think you could tell me if I'm wrong on that terminology a Hashes a way to mathematically prove that certain data is what you think it is. But I'm wrong. What what do you call the account number for you know when address publicly you the address is a Hash but What you send to is is in address. Okay which is derived through hashing from the public key which in turn is derived through through hashing from the private key so I would vote through my public key and either published the public key to say. Hey I this is what I voted every issue every time because this is my Gizmo and it says what What I am and I have to vote with my fingerprint or retina. Or both you know maybe a drop of saliva who knows what they they come up with to make this stuff. is foolproof is. I would hope that we get rid of the state and end voting but given that we are so soon the other at the you know so i WanNa make sure that. What's clear here? Is that okay so one time I made a deal with my wife that we would exchange votes that she would get that. I I would vote the way. She wanted to vote from governor on up and she would vote the way I wanted to vote from state Senate on down and that way. We weren't voting against each other. I believe this is something that couples should be able to do. I don't know if it's legal or not. If not come get me. Come and get me and so we made this exchange now. I could have. I did not but I could have gone in and done whatever I wanted to do. And that sort of the purpose of the secret ballot now she could have done it too know. We did this two times one time. We did it with absentee ballots and we actually filled about together. But the other time we got into the booth and we just had trust the other person that they did they. They said they were going to do sure. Hopefully if you're spending your life with somebody you can trust them to do this. But maybe you can. So let's say that I chose not to do that. Because I I consider my vote sacrosanct and I must vote by we're conscience or whatever nonsense. Come up with and she goes then she's going to be like. Hey I just want to check and make sure you stuck to the deal because I stuck to the deal so I'm going to trade you my key for your key and we're gonNA look at each other's votes honey. I don't WanNa do that right. Like you can see how the secret vote. Not so secret anymore. So let's say that you know instead it's me who's like all right honey. Tell me whether you voted right or not. GimMe your private key and I need to know what you did. You did the right thing and I mean you know somebody could. The abusing husband is a is a trope for a reason right exist or a criminal gang trying to get their their guy into options or whatever so I don't know if there's any real way to to address nobody I'm what do you think Whether certainly nothing that can prevent an abusive person from violently. Getting what he wants from From people in all manner of ways and even if you have that on one topic voting. There's still a thousand things that your hypothetical abusive husband can. Do you get things. That he wants out of his Out of out of his wife and he and they could even in today's system The abusive person you know mythological gangster coming into your your you know. Your Business and saying you better vote for reelect mayor such and such or you know we're going to hurt you. They can still say. Hey you need to take a photograph of your ballot to prove the way you voted. You not only need to take a photograph of the ballot. You need to you know. Take video you between the time when you finish the ballot take video of the ballot and then watch you know take continue taking the video as you go and put the ballot into the machine that reads the ballot and they attempted to to head off that possibility in New Hampshire by making it illegal to post pictures of your ballot online and all of us I believe posted pictures or many of us posted pictures of our ballot online because we objected to that should be free to take a photograph of your ballot. You WanNa do that. Wait a second though Ian so I don't think that the taking the video and putting a few putting it in the box is necessary because if the gang wants to decide whether or not you've voted. All they have to do is put get one person on the election. Board thing to say yeah here. The people who went back and got second ballots. GonNa let you get a second ballot. If you already put it in the box right I I understand all they have to do is get a picture of your ballot like Click. That's it and if you filled out your ballot but then they wouldn't if you actually put it in there I understand that. Yeah they would know whether or not you went back for another. I see everybody gets a marker not a pencil and you know that's that so that wouldn't give it to them completely though they would know that they would know that you had not cast different vote. They would not know that you had cast the vote that you photographed because you could have stuffed in your pocket and walked away all right. We got more coming up here thoughts. Welcome our number's eight. Fifty five four fifty free like freedom. You can join us on the radio. This is free talk. Live this covid. Nineteen thing has turned the world upside down. Regardless of what you believe about it it has changed our lives. But what's not changed? Is that if you own a business? 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Base of operations in Portsmouth New Hampshire a little earlier this week and you were there. Yes nobody there. That's right and we after a just a miserable day on the Beach Memorial Day. We had a nice hour or so with With Derek J. and Stephen J is on the line here tonight. What did you want to share with us? I love putting things on the record. I'm always recording videos publishing them online making blog posts and so I would want all of my votes to be public now. I can already talk about what things would the way. I voted Or keep it a secret but I did something new today. I left a true review. It's a review for some salad and some produce that I bought from a store that I signed with the same signature of my bitcoin wallet that I use to purchase them in in essence. I linked my purchase to my review in a way. That's mathematically cryptographic cryptographic provable. So everyone can know this review actually happened. I actually bought the product because there's tons of stores. They love to get reviews. But what about all those fake ones huge problem? I Want Truth. I want authenticity. Yeah I don't want the petition making up a bunch of claims. That aren't true about something. Yeah just because they can pose some fake reviews. I really don't read reviews for this very reason because there's too much junk that I just don't know how much junk there is what there isn't and I find that it's it's bad enough that customers out there. Some of them are nuts right like there's absolutely crazy and they're going to write things they have. Unreasonable expectation is not always right or whole variety of things. I mean I remember. I need to get kicked out of the store probably more than ten years ago. I sold something on Ebay. The guy gave me some bad rating. I remember how they used to raid on. Ebay gave me a bad rating because something that I didn't mention was included wasn't included right like he expected to get something and he didn't get it but it wasn't mentioned upon looking at it. I see you didn't have this thing mentioned but I expected to get it so I gave you a less than stellar review. Like it wasn't in the descript exists and people like him so they're hard enough to deal with and then there's the trolls out there. That are just trying to buy their stuff. Well the Nice thing about hanging your reviews off actual transactions actions on the blockchain is in order to to do that to you a competitor. Would I have to give you money And they're going to hesitate to do that if they're intent is to harm you right. It's almost like with proof work. Yeah because I mean so I could be a public persona. I be me Derek. J. Leaving Review for business or I could use a wallet. That's owned by say a soon anonymous person so I could be like. There's a food reviewer in the area who goes by the Phantom Gourmet and you don't know the Phantom Gourmet restaurant but the Phantom Gourmet could leaving truly authentic review this way and no one else could impersonate him. Really really sharp. Does it work? Tell me more you said you did this today. So by what mechanism did you do this? So it was made possible by a few different components people who value truth and freedom first of all a group of people called true reviews. They came up with this system Second of our website. Bitcoin true reviews dot. Io second we used bitcoin. Bitcoin may this possible because of the cryptography involved so when I used my wallet to pay for the Salad I then used the same wallet to sign my review so I posted that to the blockchain and calm third. Any pay made it possible because any pay linked them altogether so the merchant is using any pay. The customer is using any pay product called energy city when they swipe their money button it pays for their product and leaves a receipt. They can click that receipt. Leave a review and they are the only person who can do that only the owner of that wallet. Who paid for the product can leave a review? Now is the review linked to the address to the public key. And the reason I ask this is if the if the review is linked to the public key then anybody who pays that wallet that you paid by virtue of having an address attached to that. I'd they're they're paying an address which is derived from the same public key and hopefully they would be able to see that that review because they're paying the same person is is that how this works or I'm not sure I understand what you're saying basically what I'm saying is is anybody who has the the address to pay the same person able then to look up your review by that address. That's a great question and I don't know the answer. I'll tell you this. I'm on the true reviews. Io Site Right now and there is a search option here where you can search for presumably businesses that have or maybe don't yet have or whatever reviews so I searched. I presumed that you went to fresh press. Is that what you're referring to? Yes okay so I've been fresh press. That's why I knew which one it was because we took a a bitcoin tour in Portsmouth which is where Derek and they've got several local businesses down there. And when I when you said it was fresh salads I knew it had to be fresh pressed typed in fresh press. Portsmouth New Hampshire and it came up. Only one review is on the site. It is however not from you Derek. J. But from Stephen Zeiler. Who is your partner there yes. I was speaking on behalf of Steven so when I say my did it. Yes it was actually Stephen. We were there together. You're in the photograph. So you're in the review you're not the actual official reviewer of this. It says verified by any pay. It's got Stephen Zeiler at money. Button DOT COM which money button is the method by which you paid bitcoin. You say bitcoin but just to be clear. It's Bitcoin. Sv only that allows us right. This isn't something that you can do with bitcoin. Cash right. It wouldn't be possible. Because the data that were actually storing in the blockchain the text and pictures the rest it requires a blockchain that can fit data okay and it goes inside the blockchain. It's non held outside like segregated witnesses. That's correct. The signature is air amazing and the signature amd the end the tax or just the signature the text and the signature. Elliot all goes onto the chain very cool and so this seems like a pretty new website is still in an Alpha version by the way so for those unfamiliar Alpha is Lake a very very early test operation. Usually you can't even use something in Alpha as a member of the public. This is pretty brand new. Thanks for breaking this news here tonight. Derek Freeman maybe. We're going to see more of this in the future. Was there anything else you wanted to share. Yeah you guys were talking about Voting and whether or not people wanted to make it public and this is the way that you could vote for something This this technology of dining your vote and then having it be cryptographic. Provable to others is reality. Today it's just speculation and as about the ratings on twitter and and trump saying. Oh we don't want these ratings. He's GonNa shut him down. I say do more. We should have more ratings. It's the same as having a warning symbol or a warning label like Oh this. This product might contain nuts. The okay so why not let as many people leave reviews or warnings or attach their name to a person's claim as poss- as possible and that it all gets sorted out so CNN says this is fake news but then next news media says No. This is authentic. I can say okay. Well look these. These people disagree and now. 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All of those are good or whatever's on your mind toll free number eight fifty five four fifty free like you. You claim that this Police officer killing this Guy During arrest was murder. Which degree murder is it? Well that's a great question because it's probably not murder when the police do it. There's probably like a legal exemption for sure that let's talk about a moral murder as opposed to a legal murder because cops You know the the laws are written for the ruling class and cops are part of the ruling class or at least the protectors of the ruling class. What what I would say. There is everything that I saw on. That man's face His the everything that I saw in his action made me think that he intended to kill that man and I I personally when he could that is the case that he intended to kill that man that he had some reason for doing it like maybe somebody had told him. Go out and kill somebody today. Let seems unlikely to me but I like you. Can you interpret what you want? The guy's face that's fine but cops are trained very specifically and for probably pretty good reason to not really listen to the people who they're arresting but they're also not trained to put their knee on. Somebody's his name was in the wrong place. I'm not claiming he wasn't I'm just curious. What kind of murderer? It is if it's murder while first degree murder premeditated up so that means the second degree murder is not premeditated he probably didn't know really who the guy was the kids. It doesn't seem to be some kind of ongoing animosity between the two so first degree murder doesn't seem to really be a thing. What does it have to be? I hold on what? At what point does it have to be planned in order for it to me? I agree if you if this cop had never heard of this guy before. Didn't wake up in the morning with the intention to go and commit murder against somebody today but then decided in them. You know like right when he was pulling the guy over you know what I'm GonNa go ahead and ice this guy that would be premeditated Louis. No evidence for it. Well there's no evidence for it so likely. It will not be premeditated imitated. But there's also another kind of murder which is called felony murder for example. If I'm engaged to wit selling marijuana someone comes in pulls a gun on me threatens my life I pull out a gun. I get him before he gets me. I kill him. Guess what. I'm considered to be guilty of felony murder because someone died at well. I was in Commission of a felony and I believe that's treated similarly to if not the same as premeditated murder. I would disagree with your assertion on that. I would say that somebody had to be murdered in order at the very least some kind of Hamas Know illegal homicide. Here's an example of of felony murder prosecutions. That have really taken place You're out committing a felony with your friend. Joe Police show up and shoot your friend Joe. Yup Guess What? You can be charged with felony murder in some states. I don't think the general public finds that to be an acceptable way to charge him. I'm not saying it hasn't happened. I just don't think that most people are like wait. So you shot the other guy and then charged the the the other crook with murder. The cops shot the other guy and then charged the crook with murder. That doesn't make any sense. It doesn't to me. Although to some extent the concept of felony murder make sense in that. Let's say let's say a played out a different way. They went in and see in tending to rob me but not kill me but ended up killing me in the process. That is a much better case. What the felony murder case statute was originally intended to explain to me. This way. You know the two of us go to a convenience store I leave you in the car with the The keys running the car running and I go in. I robbed the place. I decided to shoot the guy on the way out. You you know. Take me in the car. We split the money. And you're murderer. Even though you didn't know anything about it or I mean he probably heard the question there as I understand it is going to be. Was I aware of the robbery because if I was aware of the robbery I'm liable for the murder right. You would certainly have to know that the robbery was going to occur ahead of time. Right that point you're committing a felony right otherwise I'm still liable maybe for accessory after the fact if I drove you away from the scene even look good that you took half the money. Yeah and taking taking the money. That's definitely not gonNa look good all right. Let's go to rusty. He's in Carolina. Not sure which one rusty you're on free talk live air. You are on the air for the moment. Go ahead rusty. I don't know what you just said but it sounded like the S. word so I'm not GonNa hold that up fifty five four fifty free. That's eight I don't know if it was gonna be a good accent but he was trying something there you gotta remember. We're all broadcast radio up. You say something that sounds like the S. word or the F. Word or a few others we unfortunately have to say goodbye but you can always call another night and try the crank again all right so I think we've finished up this voting conversation unless you guys felt like you didn't get everything and there's only one thing I'd add which is that. The Inter coin voting differs from most voting in that you might just be casting a vote. That's that is binding on a cassette community for example users of particular coin. And in that case there's no question that that the That the voting is okay. If it's part of the contract that underlies the coin and you can avoid the consequences of the vote by not using the coin so consent communities would would have a whole different set of considerations when when it comes to voting other unlike a government which is imposed upon. You whether or not you can send so to go back before we get into the riots. No such going on in different places the country right now. I just wanted to finish up a little bit more about this executive order that Donald Trump today and signed section. According to the hill of the order would direct complaints about alleged political bias on platforms like twitter to the Federal Trade Commission and encourage the agency to review whether they constitute quote unfair deceptive. Business Practices Unquote. The trump administration created a tool last year for reporting claims of bias on social media platforms. The White House. I acknowledged vague plans for the executive order on Wednesday. Evening officials worked out to finalize details and a draft version had leapt. That did closely line up with the final order. The executive order follows a multiday feud between the president and twitter which is his favorite social media platform. At least that's the one that he's known for. Yes certainly known for tweeting quite a bit. I've gotta say I have some sympathy for the position once a plastic position a trump trump's to some extent. Now I'm not. I'm not supporting it. I say I have some sympathy and that's a different. Feel sorry for it. Listen to what I have to say. the the the concern is is that once a platform get so large and so ubiquitous. And I'm thinking I'm of you. Youtube you facebook twitter to some extent whatever the platform might be. I would definitely include twitter in in my version of this definition. And I'm with you once it gets lost enough and I don't know how to define this. I'm not exactly sure. But then they become sort of the public square as it were where speech should be allowed now. I get that once. You're allowing any kind of speech that tends to drive out those with the more. Did you just say that? The bigger the company gets the more it becomes a public square. Are you saying that a successful company should become nationalized that she become nationalized? I'm claiming that the rules get a little different when you when y when they choose to only allow one group of people to speak than it looks like that's the majority opinion in society as a whole and it isn't necessarily the case this guy he's humbler. This seems like jealousy may very well. I have no idea you're Chelsea is all well. It's it's it's not your website okay. So other people ran a website in a way that you wouldn't have run the website. That's and you're mad. Because they're able to sculpt their website to look the way they want it to. Well that's what you're supposed to be able to do with your website whether or not you're successful or whether you're brand new or you're unsuccessful and see the danger there to from from my point of view and like I say I'm ambivalent on this on this point I understand I think what mark is saying which is once a once a service becomes so ingrained that literally. It's the only way to reach a massive number of people and the facebook twitter YouTube The problem is at that point. It becomes very possible to control the discussion of the entire nation by controlling those platforms. And that's very dangerous. I think but they should be coming up on remember when you first heard about bitcoin long. Did it take you to realize this little project would soon change the world? You kinda wish you had gotten involved sooner. Well now's your chance to be part of the next revolution in money. 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Also we've been discussing the SECTION TO THIRTY OF THE COMMUNICATIONS DECENCY ACT. That doesn't sound particularly interesting section to whatever of this and that act well. This one's kind of important because it is the legal framework that essentially allows companies on the Internet to to allow their users to publish things to their platform so it could be a simple as comment section over at elect nobody dot com or it could be a massive mega website like youtube that allows in theory anyone to post mostly whatever content that they want to and and. I don't I don't want to put words and you guys his mouth but nobody in marketing. Inner in the studio here tonight and nobody in market seemed like you guys had. I don't know I don't want to say you agree with trump on this but it seems like you said of sort of understand the mentality or there's something to statement right like the for me. The Libertarian Statement. That hey it's Your Business. It's your platforms your website. It's your website. You can do what you want on it. It holds a lot of resonance. Yeah until you sort of see these these big organizations that have know maybe worked with the NSA and the CIA for a decade or more in order to further cement their power. I don't know I'm just imagining some dark. Things may go on. Just be guessing here right. I don't know but somehow or another they get so big that they become the public forum as opposed to just a place to give your opinion. You know it's one thing if you go on like storm front which is a well known white supremacists website and you go on there and you say. I don't think this is exactly the way it should be fellas right like you go on there. You know nobody. Nobody really cares in cash out or whatever but when you go on facebook and facebook decides look. I don't like what you have to say. And you'RE NOT GONNA get to say it and that's happened here on free talk live. We got banned from facebook. And it's fine for thirty days. It isn't yeah it is. It's not our website. How I ll understand how I don't understand. Sounds like to me like you're talking out of both sides of your mouth. Well I like the idea of private property but if you get to successful then you need to be subject to what government regulation rules arbitrary diktat by bureaucrats. I okay here. Here's a very similar position. And maybe maybe it'll help you see where I'm coming from. I don't believe in antidiscrimination laws. Okay I think in general. They're bad meaning. You think someone should be free to discriminate and their places to discriminate in their place of business. But let's say that the government has come in and formed a cartel like it has in the banking industry and all of the members of that cartel then choose to discriminate against say users of crypto currency in order to maintain a competitive advantage. That cannot be a sale well because of that involvement. Then I think that I definitely have some sympathy with the idea that either the people that they discriminate against should be released from those laws so they can go out and form their own bank. M- okay or should be free to bring suit against the bank in cartel a cartel you've got that doesn't apply here. I don't disagree with what you're saying there. If you're gonNA live and die by the state which is what the banks do ran. You will be subject to all the states rules which include lawsuits and things like that. But that's not what we're talking about. We're not talking about a state enforced cartel the banking system. We're talking about. What is a relatively free market place as far as you compare the different industries of businesses out? There you know you don't generally need to get a health code permit or an occupancy permit or license of some sort to go and open a website all you need to do is either know how to host it yourself and put your own surfer online or hire somebody to do it for you and your Ip where your your ISP will throttle your. We'll throw throttled people's Bandwith to your site whereas it will increase the bandwidth to things like facebook and Amazon and paid to do that and they should be free to do that. That's not again what we're talking about with the idea of a government enforced cartel look. I WANNA start a website and facebook. I don't I don't like injustice or fixed stacks a fixed game or a stacked deck and I don't care whether a private organizations doing or the government's doing don't use their website. Look there are which really facebook for all your talk about how you don't like this and that you're the one who's there. I use facebook as a marketing tool for free. Talk Live okay. Well then you got to accept whatever. The problems are with that marketing tool. I get that there are problems with it and I pointed out all the time as often as I can't her and you're that's fine to point them out but then you cross a line when you start talking like you were talking earlier like well once you get too big we need to look at the government here something that seemed like what you know what. I'm saying okay. Well then. Why don't you figure it out? I don't have a solution others. Yeah Lucien the free marketplace or what semblance of a marketplace that we have as I was saying the market any market isn't working right. Don't have free facebook bigger. We don't have a free market. Oh cut you have the freedom on the Internet to start a competing website. There's nothing stopping you from doing that. That's a people over at Gab. Decided they wanted to do something like that and they did it and pay for them. They're still around. I think They and they got a lot of press coverage and this and that. And there's there's other options and other alternatives out there including some decentralized once okay. Yeah you see the the issue mention and do something the issue that I have and one of the reasons that I have some sympathy for Merck's position and even for trump's position is that the media is in my opinion pretty much a wholly owned subsidiary of the government because the government owns all media. Do you mean facebook or you talking to launch a major the major media in terms of TV radio. What have you well? The reason that facebook became preeminent or one of the major reasons that facebook became pre. Eminent is the amount of media that was poured on them by the major media. The major media doesn't doesn't talk about what's gets posted to places other than facebook twitter. And you are you talking about in recent years or are you talking about when facebook was growing A both but was based in recent. Yeah I was GONNA say I in two thousand and eight and two thousand nine or whatever when facebook was Was growing and competing with places like my space for instance or two thousand six or whenever that sort of time frame. I don't think they had the same media clout that they do today. I don't think they have the same clout but I think they were pushed by the media in ways that other other platforms have not ban. I think that that Mark Zuckerberg's little college website. I'M NOT SURE. Facebook has about the twitter. Has the reporters are Gaga over twitter? Twitter people will do like twitter. Because it's kind of a different platform than facebook. It's supposedly easier to reach influential people on twitter every time. I've sent a tweet to an influential person. They've never paid hand. I don't even have a green check next to my name. WanNa whatever couldn't get a green check really name. Yeah well. They were very important to twitter and facebook to control the narrator animation able to see their website. That says you control whatever they want about Anderson with because as soon as you say that they shouldn't and I'm not saying you're saying they shouldn't just sort of Malaysia didn't should not control mechanism. What through like what's going to prevent them from. I'd not coming up with a system for doing it but I'm saying you shouldn't lie. You shouldn't censor speech especially speech. That isn't outrageously false. That you should also have the ability to construct whatever sort of website you want to which has whatever claims you went to whether you're talking about some outrageous ridiculous claim like the the earth is flat or whether you're talking about Saric by eliminating broadcast licenses and see market opens up to a wider variety. I don't I don't think eliminating broadcast licenses is going to put a stop to Media but it wouldn't hurt. 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There's just not six hundred talkers in probably but they're probably not in that you could be like there's only so many. Yeah so anyway. We're GONNA get into your phone calls and thoughts here just. I just wanted to put out the idea that look if I understand. It's frustrating when there's a mega behemoth in an industry right like they are generally awful and their policies are no fun to work for as an employee and infrequently they affect Average folks in certain undesirable way. So I can I get all that and I get the frustrations. I quit facebook more than two years ago. And it's been great for me. Personally I mean I support that facebook's the worst of them I mean if you look at. Where's well youtube which Google but? I use Google products but I think. Youtube is really control platform. Oh absolutely I think they very much cut out political content that they disagree with de Monetize de monetize they have all kinds of ways of controlling speech there and it seems to be the only one sort of you know there there are other ones. There's video and there's Meta cafe lies Di di Di lives live streaming platforms. These are video on demand is what we're kind of talking about with Youtube. Although Youtube has a livestream aspect came later rather than was originally designed as an ad on these phone calls here folks been waiting patiently including David Michigan listening to W K H. and they're in Jackson. Go AHEAD DAVID. Well good evening. Gentlemen David what is your speak players. People vote multi again. There's three of us because drew stay. That's okay go ahead. What's on your mind. It's a virtual virtual host I WANNA keep it interesting and you know it reminds me of Obama. Said you didn't build that airwave. What do you mean didn't build the Airwave? Is that what he said? Airwave? I thought he just said you. Didn't he didn't Nail Aji just as an analogy. You didn't go well you can't build an airway. Can I mean I suppose you could harness and Airwave or however Marconi? The pioneers did that. It's an Michigan sitting here in Jackson Michigan. I'M LANSING AVENUE. Which is just north thirty five miles from where? I live here. There's a bike shop on the corner. Been there for ever. I'm fifty seven. I've grown up in this town that is open but there is a shortage of bicycles here if you guys heard that their bicycles now. I haven't heard that there is a tremendous shortage of bicycles. I actually did here. I did hear that. Bicycles are going pretty hot and heavy fast off the shelves around the United States. Because I imagine people want to cut down on their spending and if they can avoid driving the car around and that's one way to do it right is that what's driving but that's part of it. I think the other part is you know. Probably the majority of them are built right there in China Good been shutdown. There's also You know we have legal legal marijuana shops here in. Oh heck they're open but you can't open a bar. It's insane bar within a hundred yards and me I'm looking at the Grey Stone Tavern and Lansing Avenue Jackson. It's been there probably. It used to be an a horse. Stable basically route landscape. I suppose and can you guess stoned degrade stoned town tavern? Oh Oh I've done it. I've finance I financed them for years time ago. So what you're pointing out is there's arbitrary decisions being made by the government goons there in In Michigan it's frustrating. It's frustrating Goan. So you're giving goons a bad name. Whitmer and her. What is a monster isn't shy? What else is happening there? I mean I know there was the The mass hair cutting event that happened. I think last week about this time last week What's the latest anything that's developed this week there? Yes yes that particular barber has now been appealed in overrule by a three judge panel. Dude one that he's gotta stay shut. God is in the seventies right. Probably had to shop for probably in a barber forever. Long as we look at the Economic Jackson's what thirty thousand people hundred and sixty thousand in the county. Maybe and is happening throughout Michigan. These other states. And Gosh like you guys were saying what how much of the business is GONNA come back? Is there going to be the money to get US SIX DOLLAR HAMBURGER? Which is worth it is. What about haircuts God dentists? Ns for an example my prediction if the is or my observation. Is that what they seem to be? Trying to do is crush small-business. Well reinforcing the big boys year now and redirect as much wealth as possible to members of what George Carlin. The Club is a great big club. And you're not in it and then if you haven't heard it recently I don't know if that's the tree but at certainly the result. Yes thank you David for your call. And thanks for the update on Michigan. Because I had not seen the news that indeed Michigan Appeals Court. Wasn't the federal courts. Yet says barbershop must close despite the protests. Npr with the report that they have said that a lower court judge got it wrong by refusing to enforce an order to shut down a Wassot Michigan Barbara. Carl monkey gained fame or notoriety for cutting hair in defiance of Democratic Governor Gretchen Whitmer Covid. Nineteen emergency orders. The orders include a ban on Barbara's and hair salon wretched. That's worse than Karen Doing Business. In during the declared crisis macy's refusal to follow. The orders sparked a May twentieth demonstration from the Michigan Capital. This is where we what we talked about. Dozens of barbers and hairstylist openly defied the order with free haircuts Michigan State. Police issued seven citations at the demonstration will tell you a little bit more about what? The court ruled. 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Yeah so we're GONNA go back to more of your calls and thoughts. We can tell you more about. What's going on in Michigan with the Michigan Barber? Who has now gone to Michigan? Appeals Court Where THEY APPEALS COURT? Panel says the Lower Court judge got it wrong by refusing to enforce an order to shut down a oiseaux Michigan Barbara. Carl Monkey the Appeals Court. Says that let's say the refusal to follow the order? Shutdown SPARKED THIS DEMONSTRATION. We talked about with the dozens of haircuts being given by a variety of Barber's hairstylists and several citations issued at that make us attorney argued among other things that the order to pull his barber's licensing closed. His shot violated his First Amendment right to protest. The reach of the governor's executive orders and the higher court has disagreed. We'll share their opinion with you here in just a moment but let's go first to Steve. He's in Arkansas. Listening to Cape W hello. Steve Guys Oughta go ahead. I was just GonNa talk for a second about this. You know I'm sick of seeing all of my my so called friends on facebook posting hashtag breath and everybody in the country except for maybe why supremos disagree. The COP was in the wrong in Minneapolis. Chuck the victim. Yeah Yeah I mean. The video obviously shows that someone else was on the guys back. Someone else was on his legs and he didn't need to have his name his knee buried in the dues neck and You know I I can understand if you're trying to gain control of someone that might happen initially and then once you control the in that ends Yeah no no exactly. And there's there's no justification for what that officer did Now my question is all these people that are posting about up you arguing with. Nobody disagrees with you. Yeah it's pretty shocking. On this particular one considering how many egregious murders that various police have committed on video over the last two decades that I've been paying attention that this is the one hour. You're actually even seeing a number of people within the policing profession saying they went too far That's unusual yeah right. Yeah there's there's just no there's no denying it. I don't know if that's if that's why I mean this is probably there was a few years ago in South Carolina. The gentleman there was running away from the police. And they shot him several times You Guys Kiss Jog and Georgia. There's a kid taking a jog. One has some mitigating circumstances. There's been a ton of these things I mean. Look I think the point is is that here there have been some. That really are crappy. Examples of how black people in America are targeted by police? Black people there's all kinds. I'm not claiming that that's the case claiming the that's a claim. And you know there's the Michael Brown. For instance well did. He just robbed that convenience store. There's plenty of cases where it's like. Maybe not the best example FELLAS. This appears to be a pretty good example. And maybe that's why they're running with You know folks are running with. It's like finally we got that good example. You were looking for well. I can understand posting about this Steve. Because folks wanted to feel like they're heard they have an opinion about this and if they're not willing to get out in the streets and join a rabid mob of potentially violent looters Then the the posting the from the safety of their home into a facebook or twitter or something is an alternative. I think that the rich wipe people probably for you. How about we just go ahead and make the the payouts for these things that we're going. GonNa have to pay. You know that's what's going to happen. Taxpayers are GONNA have to pay over this. Why don't think about it? The police pensions instead. Might very well change. The behavior apply consequences. Right really consequences. It looks like there's going to be consequences for these guys but clearly this guy did not think there would be consequences or he wouldn't have brazen laid there with his name. I think that's a good idea and I think we should also considering consider as long as we have police who are magic special people that the law doesn't usually apply to. I think they should be required to carry their own insurance and to pay for their own liability insurance because the taxpayers. Pay For that right. Exactly what one would expect to happen. Then is that if a cop was completely irresponsible over a long period of time as many of them are losing June insurance companies would say we're not paying for this anymore and they would jack their rates so high that they could no longer practice their profession. And that would be a very good thing. Nobody should propose. Yeah I wouldn't I wouldn't be to that real quick. I wanted to let Martin L. Last time I spoke with him. I believe he was in Marion Islands. At the time we were talking about handguns and Margai digital purchase a Walter P. P. S. So I recommend shooting one of those if you haven't all he can't legally shoot a gun because he's a felon but maybe in another could observe somebody shooting and joy mark. Mark Mark Marquez. Actually two out of the three hosts are felons. Nobody's Steve thanks for the recommendation. Thanks to all of us have been we continue with God. He's in New York and watching us on twitch at twitched on FM. Good Scott guys. I gotTa agree with you on what you said about FEMA. Can you into your microphone? Your little hard to hear. I'm sorry about that. Yeah I've been on the. I've been on Youtube Everson. You Know You can only upload about ten minutes video. Oh Wow I definitely agree. It's crazy it's crazy has changed. I'm actually Concentrated I have about eight K. And Yeah I've been suspended a couple of times you can get copyright strike for nothing and yet bigger council suspended like that but anyway what you said about But not if you're in the car she said private Sites and stuff like that I before I discovered this show I actually called the C. Span. A couple of times through. I loved the idea like an open forum. But you know was places like C. Span. Only old old people. Watch that you're you're you have a like a topic every day? You don't like a free open stores but yeah the reason why I like this Show you can talk about anything you can talk about Howard Stern's bal stack and Baba in so long since somebody said Babu Letdown. Go thanks for the call tonight. I appreciate it because I don't think he did technically break any rules. They're silly thanks for that. That was good lead up to what I thought was going to be crank so it was a good. That was a good one. Yeah not the worst It certainly it certainly doesn't hit our top bad ones. 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You can use a credit card you can use paypal. You can use Let's see bitcoin. Btc If you would like over at amp dot freetalklive dot COM. What about pch? Well it would cost. A fair cost a lot of money to implement bitcoin. It probably wouldn't cost as much to implement other coins Into that system but it will likely cost quite a bit and almost. No one uses Well of course. Bitcoin expensive to you so that could be why. But we don't have like a bunch of people banging down the door saying hey can I use pch? Or can I use Dasher. Can I use BITCOIN S V? It's not like there's a large demand for it. Unfortunately there's hardly anybody this source for that system. Yes I believe. It was an open source system provided by. I'll have to have to do a little digging. I think it was my silly and I think they have a open source system that you can use for website donations. I'd be interested in having look at that sometime just to see if there's an easy route to maybe upgrade that software and get other coins in there because BTC is so expensive to you that it's basically sting B. C. H. B. S. V Dash anything but the original. Yeah unfortunately the programs of very small program I mean we're a nationally syndicated talk show and we've been around for a couple of decades. Now we don't even quite have two hundred amplifiers so it's an exclusive group than we appreciate all of them including Keenan freetalklive silver amplifier. You join him over at amp dot freetalklive dot com so we go back to your calls and thoughts. Connor is on the line in Wisconsin Listening he says for the first time Connor. How are you tuning us in here tonight? I am I actually. I've never heard of this radio and so Derek from any pay. He was on your wine earlier today. Show actually the founder and CEO your which is integrated with any paid show out We are essentially a blockchain based review system to Bitcoin blockchain because see botching To valley reviews by tokenism purchase and then tying it to Derek J. called earlier and told us about the system and it seems like it's available Right now Alpha true reviews dot. Io was was it was at the site. And I think you know the more important thing really is you know I was listening to your first of all have joined the conversation. I mean. I'm definitely going to tune in this more flu conversations and really interesting You know I I want to say one thing is that you know you guys have a whole conversation about the free market and social media companies and you know. There is a big opportunity to build alternatives to these existing companies. That aren't doing things the way that we want them to I think you know the bitcoin. Blockchain specifically the claims you blockchain Allows us to build new technologies to really compete with the existing like you see technology companies I really am excited about. I think that for example You know we're doing is leveraging bitcoin blockchain database and using that to have some open distributed system to validate reviews. But I think ultimately the key upstart does just to to what you were saying. the BITCOIN. Sv blockchain has really shown some some promise in recent months There's another website called twitch that Derek J. has promoted here on free talk live. I signed up for that. It's also. Sv based and it is essentially a competitor to twitter. Except you're writing your posts you you pay a small amount like two or three cents worth of Bitcoin v and you can post permanently to the BITCOIN blockchain. There's nobody who can no not you know but but there's no one else who can go in and remove your posts so it's uncensored able effectively in the same thing's true about these reviews that people are posting through of us. Isn't that right? Connor exactly and important thing really is that you know this isn't new Wants to Toshiaki. Modo created bitcoin ten years ago. This is what we should have been working on and years ago So everyone is now talking about. Let's still decentralize platforms and compete with all these platforms. Well it's it's right there to build on on the. Bitcoin is blockchain just as a Toshiaki modal invasion ten years ago so I really think the Bitcoin blockchain allows us to to build these competitors that everyone so desperately wants and needs and therefore we don't need regulation that trump is proposing to solve the twitter problem. Because that's not going to solve the problem. I'd like to just point out to anybody out there and you guys didn't support what trump was saying just here. I'm not proposing any legislation or regulation. I'm saying that there's a real problem here and I don't know what to do about well. I agree with what Connor saying. You have to out compete these people. That's the only answer. Because if you turn to the state you're GONNA find that they're not going to solve this problem for your. They're only going to make things worse in their only GonNa destroy more freedom of speech. Well get involved. I mean let's take a look at what happened with Bitcoin. Originally this is a call about crypto currency and. I don't know what happened but if I was the conspiratorial sort I might say that. The government somehow got involved in Bitcoin to the point that they to ruin the original decor cap. The the transaction amount and made bitcoin a useless. It's the blocksize is what you're talking about right. Cap and es I've always thought that that block stream which was the company that came in brought a bunch of developers and it was in many cases as I understand it. The block stream developers who were insistent that the block size must not grow. And I've always thought that they were influenced somehow by government to damage. Bitcoin and reason is because as an IT professional once. You have a system deployed in production. I believe you. It's absolutely necessary to do whatever it takes to keep that system up and functioning and meeting customers needs and that's exactly what to. Btc People refused to do when blockchain was or when Bitcoin was at its height in what should have been our shining hour. They dropped the ball. They refuse to implement the obvious solution. And which is what caused Richard Vere to have to four hundred BC. Roger Veer have to go ahead. What do you think about earthquake? Go ahead. Well I think the important thing is is. There's been a lot of crypto currency in fighting for the past ten years and I think bitcoin has lost the battle of digital payments to register financial systems. Like pay pal and all these things but the important thing you remember. Is that the BITCOIN. We don't need to argue anymore but they carnoustie chain work is. Bitcoin is originally intended. You can build really innovative technology in our case for example. So we've now partnered with any pet and what we can do is you can go into a store you can pay with. Crypto currency. Didn't that purchase can be is on the blockchain. Though when you go to make a real review later on we can actually validate. You're not some person just astroturf reviews who actually solve this astroturf problem by balloting things onto this distribute boxing. So important thing really is that like we don't need to fight anymore. There's any blockchain that does everything that everyone wants. And if there if works right now and you can build a player. Connor blockchain and I've seen some pretty cool tools. There's for whatever reason people love their little teams. They loved their. They're fighting and they love their disagreement. So it's like all sorts of is your system open source system so we use a wallet that is open source. Is that what you're looking up? Well okay obviously. The the blockchain itself is open source. I guess the question is how difficult would it be for other sites to say? Well you can leave your review here instead. Because for example the true review site is down. How difficult with a good question. I mean that's why honestly we're not trying to be a competitor to tripadvisor. We're building technology that tripadvisor see us for example rights to the important thing to do is no one understands blockchain thing. Let's build these technologies. There actually isn't that aren't possible without a global blockchain. Let's build that technology and then allow other companies to use it. And that's how you get mass. Adoption of CRYPTO. Don't get mass adoption of currency by going and telling your friends and family. Hey we have this new monetary system and it's GonNa be the Fiat system and by the way digital payments. Really cool people. Don't care about that anymore. I tell them you got to pay five dollars to send a transaction like you do on the Bitcoin. Btc blockchain and connor great hearing from you. Thanks for sharing your tech with US tonight. I definitely appreciate what you guys doing out there. And I'm it'll be interesting to see how that grows in the future if people actually start to adopt it because it sounds pretty useful. We're out of time tonight. Don't forget elect. Nobody DOT COM. He's getting ready to kick off his campaign next week. Yeah so if you want to help him out you can get on over there and there are ways to do that. Nobody DOT COM. And we will see you tomorrow night. Actually the Marianas edition of Free. 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I'M GONNA have a lot of fun with this edition because we're GONNA be talking to a guy that I have known. Ever since I came to San Francisco back in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. I'll tell you more about him. He's going to be one of our guests. But let me bring you up to date. Because it's the last day for our fan fold question of. How do you feel about family sporting events? Do you play the fan. Three Games and silence or pipe in can cheering. It's been pretty consistent. Since the beginning a majority of you think it should be silenced. Fifty four percent saying silence and forty six percent saying Canada cheering. So if you want to get in and cast a vote do so before the end of the day. Speaking of baseball one of baseball's biggest stars is speaking out about the ongoing strife between the players. Union and Major League Baseball Ownership. I'm talking about Max Scherzer of the Washington nationals. He says there's no reason to engage. Mlb Any further compensation reductions we have previously negotiated a pay cut in version of pro rated salaries. And there's no justification to accept a second pay cut based on the current information the Union has received and he goes on to say talks about his own salary under the system. Shares are who was supposed to make nearly thirty million. This year would see his salary. Reduced to less than seven million. Now if you're the average person out there I'm sure you're not gonNA feel too sorry for Max Scherzer. If he is making seven million dollars only this season instead of the thirty million. We all have to bite the bullet. We all have to give something back to make this time right so I think a lot of fans out there are going to be very unhappy. I've known Mike Murphy. Since I came to San Francisco he was the clubhouse manager for the San Francisco giants and for more than sixty years. He's been doing that job. He became a batboy with San Francisco giants when they came west to play in San Francisco in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight. It's a fascinating story and memories. And he's got a book out called from the stick to the KKOB. My six decades with the San Francisco giants are wonderful story. And then we're talking some football. He's being inducted into the. Nfl Hall of fame already is in the College Football Hall of fame. I'm talking about Jim. Covert he played his entire eight year career in the National Football League with the Chicago bears. He came out of the University of Pittsburgh as an all American. We're ready to go. Mike Murphy next for you on Sports byline airlines have just reduce their prices even more thirty days in advance and save big. Want the absolute lowest prices on your airline tickets then call the low cost airlines travel hotline right now for prices so low. We can't publish them anywhere. 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In sports in baseball. The clubhouse manager is a hidden gem they see the inner workings of the Team Day. In and day out they see the joy of victory and the drama of defeat they witnessed firsthand the history of the team and the game the stories they can tell will leave you shaking your head and crying with laughter day in and day out. Mike Murphy has been a constant presence with the San Francisco giants since the team moved. West in nineteen fifty eight the clubhouse at Oracle Park bears his name and in the jubilant aftermath of the teams two thousand ten World Series Victory Buster. Posey told Murph. We did it for you. We got your ring. Murph has written a book about his baseball journey. It's called from the stick to the Co. my six decades with the San Francisco giants and in this book Murphy reflects over six decades of incredible memories from getting his start as a batboy and his first meeting with his idol. Willie mays to unexpected celebrity encounters to his role as a father figure for more recent generations of giants Murph first of all in reflecting on your career and writing this book. What surprised you the most in doing it? Well just Just a prize. That the read the everybody kept asking me. Why don't you write a book about the book about yourself and everything? I never do that because I'm not much of much of a writer you know. I mean I wouldn't even know where to start to even write the book so I got all Chris Path and he of asked me. I couldn't help but a lot of a lot of things here. I would assume it's pretty difficult when you think about more than six decades the players you've been involved with and also the events that you've seen. I would assume trying to put that into a number of pages. Probably a pretty big challenge. Isn't it Murph? Oh yes I told Chris. I didn't want ride a big huge book about all this. I just want to write a small book ten chapters fourteen whatever but but not not a real hard copy but soft copy and he's been good idea. Let's just get started on it so we just started doing it one day and it just for about a year. We've been doing it. We've been meeting every day and even when the club was on the road or whatever is sometimes I have to work. You know following these sports writer so time. We had a chance to be with me so he came over. So we got this book done. Tell me a little bit about growing up in the excelsior district in San Francisco. Oh that's a good. It's a good district. What the Balboa High School James Denman junior high and of blocks away with Jerry Garcia a lot. A lot of good people came out about ball. Tell me about San Francisco in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight. It wasn't there wasn't baseball here until the giants got here but was there a big passion for the sport. Oh Yes oh you see the passion. That's got a full house and Day hoping a national last week aims of the San Francisco went to La so it was A. It's been that way ever since now. Yeah the giants first home was in. San Francisco was sealed stadium and you say every day at seals stadium smelled like a birthday party. Did you know that first game dino hits a home run put the dodgers had so you know I mean it was just one of those things are painting with just a great stadium and then we moved the candlestick for a lot of years? Then we moved to the second. We got a beautiful ballpark now at the stick at the packbell. Take me back to seal stadium for just a moment and give me a sight and sound tour. That stadium. Well two dugouts were The cost live the player of the people. And you had to come down. A Long corridor founded the DUGOUT and One day I wanted to bat poison show up for low for eighty logan so I had to the bat boy and visiting Batboy on the other side so I had to ship back and forth everything to baseball's the bubble I to go back and forth back and forth. What a day. That was their only. So they don't but it was a beautiful ballpark. It was sixteenth Bryant. And there's just a great a great place to be one of the things and looking at some of the old pictures about seal stadium. I am always amazed when I see the old stadium and we're men are sitting in the stands wearing hats. I mean that was just the trend of the day. Wasn't it Murphy? If they worked is and even the even the sports writers Cayman with tires and like Harry Jupiter always on the last one with a tie and a hat on. How did the city except the giants Accepted on pretty good. I think they did a very good. We had a good parade that day. But I wasn't unfortunately I wasn't at the parade but I was what that he into club is reading for I for opening day and And that's why I stayed. They came in for Willie mays. He's been my idol. Ever since. Yeah I was just going to ask you. Tell me about the first time you met. Mays did he say anything to you. All your Komo shook my hand. Hey Kid I hit what your name is mirth. He's Goddamn. You'll wake skinner skinner. Because we skinner all the time. I know you want said. Our friendship was never based on hero worship. It's always been based on trust and that's a strong statement with Willie. Oh yes I've never really been good to be and and I've been good to Willie and we were just. We just look for one. Another tease one. Another all the time. Yeah I know he also said to you if you you know because the clubhouse people don't get paid an awful lot but if you need a suit or shoes or anything you come see me did me. Oh yes. He did glove with you know gloves or some of the play baseball. I'll take care of you. You said. Don't ask them ballplayer. I'll just come to me and I never even asked them for having all my life. I guy you were so close to him. And you had a chance to watch his entire career in San Francisco and you've seen baseball for a long time breakdown his game. What was it that made him so? Special Murph eight ball players thought of trying to win the Ballgame. And if you knew he can teach you a steel a base steel it on you and and if today The Guy was going to break another break. A record each day on first base totally broke the record. You know what I mean. That's the way he was. He was up for himself. You just have to help to ballplayers and help everybody on the field. Did he adapt easily to the West Coast and San Francisco? I think he did yes he did. He took it. He loved it out here. He still loves it out here as you can as you can see still gotTa Home Depot out here and and assitant. So he's he's very happy here. Loves IT OUT HERE? I thought the comment from Journalists Frank. Khaneh made me laugh a little bit. He said San Francisco is the damndest town I ever saw in my life. They cheered Nikita Khrushchev. But they boo Willie mays. Why did we struggle to win over the San Francisco fans that I don't know I don't know but I guess he was? You know ball player. I guess but I wouldn't know because I wanNA get into politics or anything like that. But it just lily was just tell a blonde natural hitter runner. He can run. They can run hitting. Throw the ball you out at the plate. He gets to go balls like he couldn't with a basket catch. I guess they weren't used to that out here. Tell me the sports story about him to Frank. Sinatra's House on springs for dinner in the mid nineteenth sixty pretty late. We stayed there. Pretty Lady says kids we gotta go. I gotTA GO. I gotTA play stuff. I much smaller willing five minutes. But that's the day that we played at Palm Springs because plainy angels and he said what are you doing tonight? I Not that I just. I said I'll go find a place to eat. I said I'm not going out to dinner. Take my friend's place. Okay we go over there and I stand ca friendsgiving here. Madison Nice lived on a golf course. Jesus he must have money. You'll know when you see him. He knows about you walk and it was Frank Sinatra mine. My mouth just dropped on my legs you know I mean I said wow so. We did a dead. We stayed up until about ten thirty eleven o'clock and we went back to the hotel. Is there any one thing about that night? Earth that you'll never forget. Oh just him Bali at first we sat down to dinner and the had Dan me the bread the bread basket. He says it comes to my house. First Time has a break the bread the French bread so I broke the bread that day that night. I never knew that. So you certainly did meet an awful lot of people. Tell me about some of the other people you met Robin Williams combine the clubhouse and we'll go to Houston. I met the Georgia George H.W. Bush and I met George W Bush and a lot of other people Ronald Reagan was one of one of my best. GonNa Make Fun of my friends. I should say one of my friends. I used to take care of them and seals stadium when he's to come out when he was governor of California. Is there any one moment in mazes career that you'll ever forget Murph? Yes we traded with Mr Donahue traded for the mets. I cried my eyes out. I really did 'cause I thought. He was going to be a giant but like but then I found out that telling needed some money so to get the ball club. Gone handle that kind of he was kinda shocked and at first but they took care of. Mister Space and took care of. She gave them a contractor as soon as book. She thinks she said she told him you out. Any any amount. You want to do whatever you want. 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Tell everybody a little bit about the early part of your career. I you're a bad batboy. And then you worked up to being the clubhouse manager a lot of people don't know about that position as I've already called. It is a gem of a position and under appreciated. Tell everybody about the position. Well bad boy. I was at that point for you. Know started with the sales in nineteen fifty five as a batboy then when the giants came up fifty eight. I was hired by the giants through Jerry Donovan. You speed the president of sales and I've worked in A. I worked as a Batboy for a couple of years then missed. Logan needed assistance. So he asked me to be as assistant. And that's what I got started working on the clubhouse every day taking care of the ball players I under shoes make sure their uniforms a clean Everything's hung up for Ballplayer as be lost that time we did have to wash tiles. We company bring the tiles and we lost all their undies and everything make clean and kept the place nice but the ball players and took good care of them in those early days. Murph were there any special requests made by ballplayers today? Kinda laugh about when you think about them. You don't think they didn't have much. You know that we have had their own shaving gear and and the only way furniture showroom and and washed their clothes but and the only have two pairs of shoes now ballplayers today. Twenty hundred pairs of shoes and their lockers. What about today do they make any request? Pick up my laundry. Oh no no I just ask for a regular thing like if you're going by Go by Mr Kim blatantly. Tomorrow do my cleaning us. Yeah he'll do it for you. Say I got cleaner down here that I go to to Mr Kim. And he does all the cleaning for the giants. The players they put. Maybe a May twenty guys send her clothes after every road trip with we get to close and I bring it back them couple of days later and just just about God things. Get my get them out of my car. Take care of this. I can you take this to my my wife. She's outside and that's about it. What will you remember? Most murph about the giants World Series Championship seasons. Let's start with two thousand ten. But that's part of the when Mr Nukem. He was the president of giants. He he he got the trophy and I'm standing watching. The him get presented the trophy to but ceiling and then he gives me. He gave me the trophy. Says take it into boys. You deserve it. And that's when when After that Poses Murphy Got Your World Series Ring? You always wanted one. You got one now and you. Of course were honored by the fact that you've got the very first world series ring right right yes. 'cause I don't know where this up. I used to tell everybody. Oh Yeah we've been worse. We I stood up the altar. Never been married we will be lost a we lost the dodgers the phillies whatever. The will you know getting into the World Series Cup of Titan Championship just naturally champs as I said I've never get winter. It'd be a chance to get a big one. So that's when that's when it all started at the two thousand ten. What will you remember most about the two thousand twelve championship season? That was great. That was a great one and I didn't think we had a chance to win it. But we did. And thanks to Posey and a couple of other guys Wilson and and And all the rest of the guys that really did. Was there a key moment in that? Two thousand twelve season. That really kind of catapulted. The giants to the old championship picked up a couple of good ball players at the end up to out. Get us over. We like the old Yankees. Remember the the day whether used to pick up a ballplayer and get them over the Hump so they can win another world series so that time. I think we picked up somebody to helped us. When win itself we got two thousand Fourteen World Series Championship season? Oh that was A. That was a great season. That was great. I told somebody I I think I told you about the tunnel where we're GONNA win it. And he's said Yeah. We had one or two thousand fourteen. I can tell you that which we did. We got the world series the Kansas City. And that's what we wanted. And that's the that's the day when the bump kind was going to pitch the ninth inning and I I'm just standing next to able. Which are you gonNa put you in the bottom of and he looks at me and says I got another manager here manage whispering cheese because we want to the game and if it was only kid you speaking a managers I want to ask you about to in which you work closely with one about Bruce Bochy headed to the hall of fame? No doubt about that the three world series championships and everything. But you know that relationship between clubhouse manager and and baseball manager is a very special and unique one. Tell me a little bit about your relationship with Roach. I love boats. Bbut created a character and a half he comes in every day. Or if you'RE GONNA make the lineup. Well I don't want make the lane. I don't to do that. He says I I told him I wanted to manage all. He's got beat a manager. Because you don't want to catch hell from from you. Lose the game. He always seemed to stay very even keeled. And I don't know if that was by design or it was just his now. That's the way was that's why he was. He come in happy-go-lucky and he leave happy. Go lucky every day. He's used to say. Hey well I let you down Murph. We WE LOST TODAY. I know you didn't. I says say that they had a better be better buffalo. We had today that plays but we'll get him tomorrow and the other manager I wanna ask you about is Dusty Baker. Of course players got good man. Yeah Yeah that that world series against the angels must have been a very tough one for everybody in that organization. I felt bad for for dusty. That's why I was hoping to win the Big One but he never had a chance yet to win the big one also one of the great rivalries in sports and I say sports not just baseball that rivalry between the dodgers and the giants both teams coming to the West Coast in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight you've observed ever since it started here in the San Francisco Los Angeles area. What is it that makes rivalry so special? Well I guess it started when they would out here up could have been happening back there in New York and Brooklyn but it's just. It's just been a rivalry over THIRTY YEARS AND ALL YEARS. I was visiting club. Guys had good friends in the dodgers like. Sandy Colfax the snapper Don Drysdale Walter Austin and host gentleman. We only have a couple of minutes left so I want to get some quick remembrances about some of the people that you've worked with With the giants Willie mccovey stretch. Stretch is a good guy and then one day. I'm doing the shoes at the stadium and Mr Rig News. Stay late you know doing the lineup had to do something and he says matter if I got a big Ashman coming in tomorrow see you're GonNa like him. I said Oh boy so he said you get bigger early. He'll be here early so I got there earlier did did some stuff with Mr Logan he walked in. I was surprised. I even like the guy that big tall guy to come in with pat on the shoulder. A duffle bag holy cow. I was how about one marsh. Oh Oh bunny money as a good guy. Great Guy Anything particularly you remember anything particular that you remember he. He kept himself though. Hammond and Philippe a in the voyage always kept to themselves but he he was a good friend of mine on. He's still the best semi cha-cha Linda. Oh God he's got us in the world series a few times and and I liked him and his size certainly betrayed his talented did. Did you forty two shirts. It wasn't too too tall and too but he had good stuff. Great stuff and Gaylord Perry in the conversations. I've had with him over the year. I always come away smiling and laughing all Yankee Greece. He used to. He used to get me in trouble on the time you know how so the one day he yelled at me from the ball players and and and I remember. I was here when you got here. I'll be here when you're gone but I didn't need it that way but does he. He's he's sort of laughed about it and the guys all laughed about it and then only had a meeting with all the players one day and spent in and he says you know Murph told me I was here we got here and I'll be here. You'll be here when I'm gone. I'm gone he's still here. We only have forty five seconds left. But I'm just wondering Bob. Murray was the owner of the team of course and save it from going away but Your thoughts about Bob Bob. Bob Was a good good person very very honest person. He's a great guy. Larry Baer and all the rest of the giants organization people. They take care of their own. And then that way and it's going to be that way like it is today and Barry Bonds. Your thoughts and memories of the very. It was like a son. He called me pops all the time because I took care of him. Great Guy. You get a little snotty. Sometimes I had to put them in place. That's true and you're the guy to do it to. Hey I remember when you were a little kid. Remember who gave you a uniform. I know if I'm sorry at always comes by and says oh well Murph congratulations on this book. It's just an outstanding read. And I appreciate you giving time and connecting with me again because I was here in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven and the first one of the first people. I'll come back around and I'll say hi Mike Murphy again. They call emerged from the stick to the CO my six decades with the San Francisco giants. We've got you on sports byline. Fantasy is a daily fantasy sports at player props and they are currently offering contests for CS GO DODA and League of legends match. 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Nfl Hall of Famer on his resume to go along with College Football Hall of Famer as well and Jimbo offensive. Tackle was drafted in the first round and played his entire eight year career with Chicago bears after an all American career at the University of Pittsburgh and he was named the NFL's nineteen eighty all decade team. Jim I've talked to a lot of players. All sports about getting voted into the respect of fame. And I've found that means different things to eat them. What did it mean to you when you heard? Well I just think when it when when you first hear about it you know. You don't ever think something like that's going to happen especially you know. I was a senior and I was on the ballot for so many years. And you know so many years. Get disappointed but just really You know just never hearing any positive news from it and then on that twenty six year I I was able to get you know like that and so I think what happens. Is You know it seems like our whole life kind of flashes in front of you and you hear that news because you think about all the people that have impacted you throughout the years. You Know Mike I. I was my wife and my parents and my brothers and sisters. My teammates from being a popular and Meal from the Conway Raiders of the Freedom bulldogs in highschool and all the way to pay and the bears. You think about your teammates you play with and how they impacted you and your career and your life and so all that kind of thing flashes in front of you about a second so it gets very emotional time so I mean is pretty special. Let's go back to the beginning. Tell me about growing up in that. Small town of Pennsylvania Conroy Pennsylvania. Well my dad was still worker. Even working ARMCO steel plant guarded there for thirty four years. My grandfather worked in the Threatening for their for forty four years and my brother My uncle somebody brother-in-law every now and my family work there. So you know. It's almost like the movie. All the right moves you know. That's Kinda where you thought you were going to go. So you know where I grew up with. You know the mill but the military or or getting a scholarship last sport you know usually football really the big thing so You know I I just you know hard working place Men People really took pride and and take care of their families and It was a great upbringing. I wouldn't trade her for the world. I'm united ten such great because I always tell people that didn't have far to look for role models because they were right down the hall from the my parents were great people and and my dad worked in the mail and then worked shift work for thirty four years and then he would come home one week a month. Take a shower and then he'd go sears and roebuck moving truck for another eight hours and they did that for twenty years so and you think about seeing things like as a Kid. You really kind of hard to work out. I know what you mean. I had a my grandparents lived in Parkersburg West Virginia and I used to visit them during the summer. So I know what that kind of upbringing is like I talking to Joe. Name at one time I said Joe. How did you end up down at Alabama? And he said my dad took me to the steel mill one day and I knew that's not where I wanted to go. And he said I ended up with bear Bryant. Yeah you know. My Dad took me in the rolling mill. One time I was probably about thirteen or fourteen years old and it was summertime. And it's about a fifty degrees in there and see those hot steel going down there Down those conveyor belts. And you're like you know you never WANNA go out but I I had the same experience. Togan you pick pit to play your college ball. What was behind that decision I grew up in. I was really always penn state fan because they were always pretty good in wasn't very good and then You know in Nineteen seventy-three chains and Tony. Dorsett went there and came in and he changed the whole program around so they got really good and quickly and and I just I just kind of gravitated towards them. I got recruited by Jimmy Johnson. He recruited me. He was defensive coordinator. And there's good salesmen and I ended up at Pitt and it was the best decision you can make so this really happy to go over your final three years at pick. You only gave up three sacks and none during your senior season. What was your approach to playing offensive tackle? Well courts 'cause I had a great line coach name named Joe More. I think he was probably in my mind. The best offensive line coach ever laid of them. And if you see the guys that he coached you know from you know myself and Russ Grimm. Mark may be afraid marks. The NASKI mean. There's a New York at the guys head coach Reuben Brown guys. Just you know excelled Jim Sweeney and the League and he's was just such a great motivator but a great technician coach. I mean he was really good at when he did and just brought the best out of you and when he did he just took great. Pride seeing you. Kinda you know achieve you know even bigger than your own expectations so I had a great coaching when I was there. And I kind of took a defensive to offense. 'cause I started play both ways on high school but I started a defense when I first got the pit and then they switched me and I kind of tried to bring on tower often side of the ball. You were drafted in the first round by the bears. What was your first impression of Mike Ditka when you met him? Well you know. He's a legend 'cause he grew up right across the river in Aliquippa from me. So you know I knew of him. Never met him before You know my first impression when I got there. The bears this one very good You know the only player you really heard about was well if they're paying but they had such a great nucleus players when I got especially on the defensive side of the ball so you have Walter. Payton is kind of you know. is a big advantage offensively and It didn't take long. I just take the Mike Ditka. Set the tone when I got in. I remember my first practice. You got in there. And he said In the money in the meeting room you said okay guys. I got good news and back said good news. I'm going to the Super Bowl. He goes is half. You guys won't be here when we do right and three years later we ended up getting the super bowl tremendous impact on us. You know it's interesting. Everybody talks about the bears particularly that eighty five bears because of their defense. But you had a quarterback Jim McMahon. You had a running back Walter Payton. You had another offensive lineman by river refrigerator. Perry that was a pretty darn good offensive team but it was kind of overshadowed. Wasn't it a little bit by the defense offense of line refrigerator defense lottery? I great the offensive line and we played pretty. Well we led the League in rushing led the League in time possession were second league in scoring like Ligand first islands and that made our defense pretty good of course. They gave us the ball back a lot but when they gave it back to us we kept it and I kept letting fresh and I think that made a big difference on our daytime makes them pretty good when they're not on the field all the time so I think our offense is really good. Offense just got overshadowed by the defense. They're a great defense. So right but so you know what's interesting about that. Eighty five team being out here in San Francisco when Bill. Walsh was the head coach of the forty niners. I certainly got the chance to see that team up close during their successes as well and they had a season which they only lost one game and they lost to the Pittsburgh steelers at home in your case and that eighty five team so dominant and you win the Super Bowl but the one game that you guys loss was on a Monday night game and I still shake my head thinking back on that game when you look back on it. What is it that you think about in that game remember? We'RE PRACTICING IN ATLANTA. That Week and Buddy Ryan whose defense accord or came came up to me from behind and I was talking to men said that he said we're GonNa Blitzer Buddy Marino and knock on but and I said you do that he's GonNa kill and You know he just felt like they were so much better than everybody else. Such great after. He's on defense that they could just You know they could just overwhelmed. That dolphins offense but you know he had a guy like Dan Marino had two receivers like duper and Clayton. It could get open on anybody and You know they just played a flawless game to beat US and But I would say I think that's the best thing that ever happened. The world's because if you know we're just kinda set us back and you know we just were on such a role than I think. We played three days before that were three shutouts and our combined scores over one hundred points. We didn't think we could get beat so I think it's a show to say this isn't GonNa be easy working with us and I think that's us back on track. I agree with you. I think sometimes as you're rolling through a season you get very comfortable with the success that you were having and so you need that readjustment. I agree with you Jimbo completely about that. I was in New Orleans to cover super bowl twenty when you guys took on the New England Patriots and. I'll never forget the workout on Saturday. Before the game on Sunday I was down on the field and I just watched you guys and there was just a vibe coming off about a confidence in that game and of course on the next day you beat the New England Patriots. Forty six to ten well. It was a key moment in that game but I think you know I think it was not really just that game. I think it was just. You're exactly right. We went in there with the attitude that we were going to dominate and win the game. And I think the Patriots because they were wildcard team. They came from behind on everyone in the games they played they. They really relied on a lot of turnovers to get him there and it was almost like they were happy to be there so it's two different minds than we. WanNa in there to dominate and show people that we were the best team professional football and And we did so. I don't think there's really a turning point. I mean we had so much confidence even when Walter fumbled early on and they kick a field goal. you know. I don't think there's Walter doesn't fumble I think we've sat him out And that would have been a tremendous superbowl. It's even if you could send somebody out like that. I always found. Jim McMahon interesting whenever I talked to him even during his career and after his career he was a neat and unique very unique type A personality. Tell me why he was so successful with that personality. I'll begin McMahon tanning. I think he just meant so much to our football team and and he just had this kind of a mate ability to lead people you know. People followed him Here's a tough guy. I think is the smartest player I've ever played with. I mean he could read defensive. I mean Mike wanted them to you know. Watch more film and do this and did add that got my cycle. What about this center? I got I mean. He had a photographic memory to remember things I mean. He was just so remarkable football player because he just had football sense. Some people have it. Some people don't and he has. I mean his I cook cues off the charts so that really helped kind of help him with some of his limited physical bill. Because it's not a really big guy. He's barely six. Maybe six one hundred pounds so kind of you know a lot of quarterback nice eat today or six five to forty so a little bit different body but mean he made up for it and Savvy. Just style is just being able to this. What you could've stayed healthy. And that was one of the things that really was doubtful. We've got about two minutes left and I'm just wondering when you think back on those times. You squared off against the giants hall of Famer Lawrence Taylor. He not did get a sack anytime you played against him. What was the approach you took and taking on somebody of that stature? Well he was such a great player. I think greater steve players that ever lived and I mean a lot of people agree with me. But there's something about that. I matched up very well with having physically and I think that was something that I took advantage of and you know we kinda ran out him a little bit as well. We didn't run away from them. So you know it wasn't a long chase down from. I think that was important and didn't get in bad situations where your third long all the time to earn long as Lawrence Taylor and a lot of different scenarios. You're GonNa have this she you know. I just think that That I messed up. Very welcome physically. I didn't. I mean the Guy Swing and inside of him letter Marshall a heck of football player too so I never had any picnics and the giants I mean it was a rough game rough stage for everybody when you think back on your career. Is there any one moment Jimbo? That's kind of engraved in your mind that you'll never forget about. Yeah I think it really. Is THAT SUPER BOWL SEASON? Not so much just the game but just the season because I think if you think about a you you get a a group of men altogether and you know. My Dad told me a long time ago. As you just put take all those individual goals for yourself gotta put them aside and you put the team first team goals. I and you're successful than usually all those individual goals scored twice and I think you saw that in that game. Everyone kind of put all those selfish goals of changing. Put them aside. We were so successful and then you had nine pro bowlers. I think it just tells you that if you can put the team I and and there's nothing better than winning a winning achievement like that as part of a team. I think that was really special time for everybody Jimbo. I want to thank you very much for coming on with us. A cheering your life and career. I always admired you as I was covering sports. And it's nice that you're in both the hall of fame for the NFL and also the college football thing take care and come back again and join us. Thank you very much enjoyed it Jimbo. Covert with us again being inducted into the NFL Hall of fame. We continue across the country and around the world. We've got you on sports byline. Do you have a story to share your story lifetime? Private Autobiography Services can help we will interview. You buy video or phone to get your memories in your words using your pictures are staff of talented. Riders will then recreate your story into a beautifully handcrafted book. You'll receive ten individual copies for friends and family to enjoy for generations to come visit. Private AUTOBIOGRAPHY DOT COM to schedule. A free consultation mentioned this ad for a bonus audio recording from your personal interviews to get started visit private autobiography dot Com or call. Eight four four nine two one. Twenty eight Oh two. That's eight four four nine. 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I got to know Roger when he was the head football coach at the University of California and he served in that position for three years and then he went on to the NFL where he was an assistant coach for the colts. Also for the San Diego chargers. He played quarterback when he came out of college at Western Michigan and He is somebody that is kind of considered today to be a quarterback Guru. He works with a lot of youngsters across the country trying to help them with their mechanics and also college quarterbacks as well as they get ready to make the next step hopefully into the national football league. So we'll talk to Roger. About him being a quarterback guru and then right after that a guy that's being inducted into the college football hall of fame deservedly so he was the head coach of his Alma Mater. The University of Tennessee for seventeen seasons. I'm talking about Phil. Fulmer and Philip Course played at the University of Tennessee and when he was at Tennessee balls were thirty and five when he was a player. Of course he won a national championship back in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and a couple of SEC championships as well and if you take a look at his overall coaching record you can see why he's being inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame. One hundred and fifty two wins and only fifty two losses. So we're ready to crank it up. Roger Theater coming your way next on sports byline airlines have just reduced their prices even more thirty days in advance and save big. Want the absolute lowest prices on your airline tickets then call the low cost airlines travel hotline right now for prices so low. We can't publish them anywhere. The only way to access our low rates and save up to seventy percent is to call save hundreds on your vacation tickets by calling right now. 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How do you feel about that? Label coaches usually don't like to have labels put on them. I'm of those guys. I don't like that label either. But what is it? What does it Mean Guru? Bill is only Guru quarterback that I know of in all years. I've coached you've been around this game for a long time. I would assume knowing you as I do that. You probably enjoy the teaching aspect of more than you did the coaching aspect. You know what I wish. I just wish I knew then what I know now. I worked with these kids. I I work with kids every every weekend during the school year in an weekends and and then when school is out I get fields all over the country so most of the time later northern California but I wish then I would know would have known what I know now because the things I take from these kids they get as much them as they get for me. Yeah when you left Pro Football. I have a quote here in front of me. You said you left because the players are running the asylum. What did you mean by? I think I think that was partially true. I think the players were trying to tell me what to do and I. I'm kind of one of those guys. I'm very possessive but I I probably needed some of that then but I don't need it right now. I think I know more about quarterback coaching than anybody in the country. Right now but I. I've learned from the players as much as run for me. Let me take you back because you were a quarterback in college at Western Michigan University. Tell me about the position when you were quarterback and let's talk about the evolution of the quarterback to the present day. Well I think when I was a quarterback I really I quarterback to Western Michigan Played Baseball and football. But and probably the Guy. That was the baseball coach. At that time Charlie Mar would have been the best football coach ever been around. But I played forgotten name roles. Lahser and I don't think I learned the quarterback things that I stayed. No now run when I was when I was at western Michigan. I think I learned how to play quarterback because other good athlete. But I really didn't learn the things I try to portray these kids right now about reading coverages and all the things that go into being a great quarterback. I I think if you're going to be a great quarterback you better be smart. You'd better be tough and you better have a great arm. Those are the three things I look for. I think are really important in a quarterback. How much more complicated was the game of football from the quarterback position today as it was when you were playing a lot more complicated today because an coverages are so different that I I don't. I don't believe this theory that when a kid goes into pro football it takes three years to learn. I Editing GonNa Take Andrew Luck for years to learn. He's learned this stuff ahead of time. Like Peyton has now. I saw paid when he was a rookie. Peyton didn't know too much when he came out of Tennessee. But he's a great quarterback but I think the game has really changed because defensive really become so much more sophisticated and I think the athletes are so much better on defense. They weren't my days when you take a look at a kid who's young and developing quarterback whether they're in high school or maybe even as just before high school and coming into the game. What is it that you look for in a quarterback? What do you see that kind of tips to you that? Hey maybe this kid's got something. Well I think first of all you WANNA look see. You've got a quick quick arm and control the football. Because if he's got that I always told kids. I can make a great high school quarterback. I make no guarantees is. They're going to be a great college quarterback or pro quarterback. But I can guarantee you. I can make him really good quarterback because if he's got a quick arm and he's very smart. I can make that get a great player. And he's tough enough to take a shot but if you'd miss lacks any one of those qualities you gotta look out so. I I look for those pretty things in a quarterback toughness smart integrate arm. How hard is it to break a kid of bad habits? Well that's why these camps and stuff that are going on today. I think are really a waste of kids. Time they go to all these camps and they pick up bad habits just like holding the ball over the top of their head which is to me is ridiculous and I think once they've got a bad habit. I the toughest thing for me to correct a kid who breaks his arm behind. I heard a guy on the radio. Talk the other day and at one of his talk show. He's talking about Philip Rivers. But he's done at his whole life so why. Change Philip as long as releases up. And he breaks his arm behind his head. But don't try to change so rivers leaving throw it away but I think it's really difficult to change. Motion Kid has learned something really bad. When they're young. You mentioned about Peyton Manning. Of course he comes from a football family. Andrew luck comes from a football family as well. John elway is. Dad was a college coach as well. Is that an advantage or is it a disadvantage? I think it's a real advantage because their parents are talking football around them all the time. I think they John Elway Jack New football Paid Manning's father new football. Obviously Oliver Luck knows football. So Andrew came in college with a good mind about the game and I think it's a real advantage to have apparent that no parents I work with are not football people so I tell a kid first thing a kid will do NATO's a football vetoes a very good look over his dad and I sorta tell the kid. Don't listen to Wadad tells you because dad doesn't know any more than than you know and it's I wouldn't tell like tell Andrew Luck that it depends on the kid it really does your. I'm going to get back to the parents in all this process in just a second but I would think that maybe one of the conflicting areas about coaching or trying to develop a kid who has a parent who has been a coach or maybe played. The position of football. Successfully quarterback position is that the coach will tell them one thing but then the kid will go back and ask her father whether they think that that's the right thing or not. Is that a conflict. The coaches have to deal with. I think it is a conflict with with coaches but as long as the kid doesn't listen to dad who doesn't understand. I think we don't give kids enough credit for us. Smart they are. They understand when dad really knows. And if they're GONNA LISTEN. To What Dad tells them. I I run into that all the time with Mike. The kids I train but I think if a father really knows what he's talking about a kid will understand right away that he knows what he's doing and he listened to his dad if he doesn't know the kid will understand that and he won't listen to his dad. I remember one of the things that Bill. Walsh told me in one of our many talks about football and particularly about the quarterback. I asked him I said what do you look for bill more than anything else? And I'm going to put this question to you as well. Roger since you work and have been so successful in training Quarterbacks he said I look for two things I look for the footwork and I look for the head I said. What do you mean by the head? He says I want to see how quickly it will look across the field and find his primary secondary and third dairy receiver. Well I I agree but I don't agree totally with that because I think if if a kid is well enough trained. He'll know the primary is. That's all that stuff going on in New England that Bill Belichick was doing and filming and I heard Marshall Faulk on. Espn watch that channel all the time. Talk about that and he said that it doesn't make a big deal to me. That makes a big deal. Tom Brady will kill you if he knows what the coverage isn't always gonNA throw the wall to before the walls ever snap if he's got to go back and read it. It's a little more difficult so I think a kid going into pro. Football gotTA have a good mind and understand that so we can react to let the defense does because football is so complicated. Roger Theater is with us on sports byline former head coach at the University of California quarterback coach in the National Football League and he now trains up to two hundred kids a year Is it just quarterbacks or other other positions involved as well Roger? Well it's pretty much running backs tight ends wide receiver. Anyone involved in the passing game. I work with and I think I think kids should understand defenses. I mean I worked at three four defense of the four three defense so they understand exactly what they're looking at. What the coverages are. All kids are trained with me. Go into football and they know what they're doing way ahead of time I don't why as a kid goes into college and he's got to be trained and most of the coaches aren't qualified to train. A kid how to read defenses one year. You had eight of the ten pack and quarterbacks it was the PAC ten you or you had Train them and I'm just wondering. Does the system make the quarterback or does the quarterback make the system? I think it's a combination. I I hate to answer that question because I think it depends on the kid if the kid has got great ability complain any system but it may take him longer understand it but most of the kids that were in me understand before they ever go to college because that's part of our training. I there's a gentleman from From Pennsylvania made these mannequins. I use these mannequins all the time for coverage guys for linebackers and now they're a little bit larger than they should be but I think they're a great tool the teacher. Kid How to read defenses and you know when I think about a kids going into college you know. They're usually looking for a program that is going to be on television. A lot has a chance to go to maybe the BCS championship and and everything is that a mistake. I mean you could get. You could be a kid. That's pretty good as a quarterback but getting the wrong system in college. No there's no question about that. I think I think a kid goes to a school. And they don't have a good quarterback coaches making a big mistake because that guy is so important to his his demeanor from what he does and pro football what. He doesn't college football what. He doesn't school football if he's got a good coach. And most of these guys don't understand what it takes to be a great quarterback coach and I think that is a real advantage if he go someplace where they've got a quarterback coach that understands how to teach him to do what he's supposed to do now when he goes into pro football. He's ready to understand that stuff. Roger Theaters with us on sport spider when we come back on the other side. Roger and I are going to talk a little bit about the state of college football at about developing programs and also a little bit about the National Football League as well and some of the successful quarterbacks and what makes them successful. We do that as we continue across the country and around the world. We've got sports byline. Have you written a book? You can become a published author with dorrance publishing. 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Three seven four nine one eight hundred five nine three seven four nine one call now. This is America's sports talk show sports byline USA. Here's Ron Bar. Roger Theater is with us on Sports Byline USA. I said at the very beginning. He's been kind of called a quarterback guru because he trains a lot of kids at the high school level and also at the college level as well Roger when I also understand that you work with quarterbacks that are going to the. Nfl combines tell me a little bit about what you tell them to expect when they go to the combine. I think combines can be a little bit overrated Ryan. I think when they go to a combine. But they've got to. I don't think it's fair to a kid to go to combine or even to a workout pro day and not understand what they're gonNA ask him to do. Because I think it's if you can train to do what they ask you to do. You're going to be much more efficient. Add it so I think a kid who understands the when I go down to Atlanta Georgia for six weeks. I trained guys with Chip Smith. They will go to a COMBI nail understand and they'll perform great well because they knew ahead of time. What the drills are they're going to be asked to do. And it's not fair to ask a kid to do something. He hasn't practiced you know. You've been around the game for a long time at the national football league level. They tend to put labels on players. You know what are they? Run the forty in. Can they throw the deep out pattern and everything? Can that be a mistake when it comes to the quarterback or the only missed the ones occasionally That that show that they could do something. But it really doesn't apply all the time. Well I I think I think what you just said is exactly true. I think a lot of the Times. It's like Andrew Luck. He's a good athlete. There's no question about him but the kid from Baylor You compare the two of them and I think Andrew is so far ahead of the game because of what he understands what he's learned how to throw the ball of the right guy. That's the key thing you don't have to have a great i. Don't you know at a time? It throw the ball to. I know you said about the three things toughness intelligence and mechanics. I would have thought of one other thing and I may be wrong here. Because you're the quarterback coach. What about communication well? I think that's important that all fits into this thing we're talking about. If I'm intelligent I will understand how to communicate with that quarterback coach and I can. I can do the things he wants me to do. Based on WHO? I'm looking at now if I can do that. Just like the kid very bright kid like the kid at a buffalo is mechanic stolen. Grega to me. Because he drops the ball down really winds up when he told us the ball but he understands. Because he's so smart I think Fitzpatrick's one of the first guys that ever scored perfect Wunderlich test so that that test is important to me now. It may not be their quarterbacks that played in the league. That didn't score very well on that test but their football understanding really good. They know what they're doing when I said about communication I also was thinking in terms of when you're in that huddle And I remember a story. That Randy Cross told me about Joe Montana in the Super Bowl when they were playing the Cincinnati bengals. This was the one down in Tampa Bay the second time they faced him and they were on their own ten yard line and they drove the length of the field in about a little bit. Over a minute touchdown pass to win the Super Bowl to John Taylor and Joe Montana was in the huddle and he knew the guys were up tight and everything he said. Harris Barton was throwing up through. Is Man Mask? Joe Looked up and he said who got back into that always. Hey guys. Did you see John? Candy over there on the sideline and he said it just broke the tension in the Huddle. What about that type of communication skill? I think I think that's what what goes under the category of leadership. A quarterback who has great leadership understands how to get people to perform the way he wants them reform and I. I don't use the term communication but it'd probably fits under leadership but leadership to me is really important to that. That's all goes with the understanding of the game. You're intelligent you're leader because you learn. But that's why it's important that the quarterback coach all the time talks about this to the quarterback. How should lead what his personality is? Because everybody is a little bit different. Every kid is different. Every quarterback is different. You've got to understand what pushes that kids button and nights with Joe Understood. That's why you'll was so good. I think because he understood what push randy crosses button. He knew what Randy was. Train Randy Son Brandon. I know what Randy Cross all about. I know exactly how he thinks. But that's what the quarterbacks gotta do he's got understand how a guy thinks and knowing to push button. Roger. Let's talk a little college football. And and what do you think about the state of the College Football Game Today? Well my my biggest concern right now is is is that they're all going to this. They cut copycat business now. They log on to spread like they all went to the MAS. Had Davis worked for me at CAL? They all went to the running. Shoot well because it's successful. You don't understand what made it successful. That's what bothers me. And I think coaches today are copycats. They want to do exactly what the other guy did to be successful. You GotTa do what you believe in what you understand. Is it still recruiting the name of the game? I'm I'm assuming the answer to that is yes but it's got to be a little bit more than that isn't it Roger. Well I think it. I think it's yes but I think it is more than that. I think you've gotta understand like Belichick understands what fits his program with the New England Patriots. He doesn't want any bums in his program. Now if he does he's going to get rid of them and I think that that the game has changed a great deal over the years from when the old days when he used to come to practice drunk. You don't do that anymore. Because owners are putting money up for teams and they don't want that to be part of their program. You know also when you think about College Football. And the coaches the scrutiny. That they're under now. I mean take me back to when you were the head coach at cal that was seventy eight to eighty one and and compare that if you will to where we are today well. I think the the money I was making a cal at the time was was chickenfeed. What they're making today. And I think I was probably the lowest paid coach in the conference. But it wasn't important to me. And I don't think coaches coaches put much more of a premium on nowadays. That's why guy will move from one school or pro football back to college because the salary is really good and they can take care of their families. I think that's the biggest difference in the old days. It didn't matter what you got as long as you took the job I was I. I couldn't wait to get my head job to be in charge but I think it's money money money now wasn't of those days and the other thing too with the money comes to scrutiny. Does it not? I mean of course the college football coach. I don't know how much you were paid. How did that compare to say what professor was making And nobody really cared. What the college football coach was making. But now when you see a guy making four or five million dollars like several coaches are going to get professors and people on the campus. Pretty upset isn't it? I think it does and I think what the professors were making a cow. Because when I was there I didn't even think about that but I think it does if I'm making three or four million dollars and sure they're gonNA affect the relationship. I have with that professor with the students that come in his his class. No question about it. I think you're you hit the nail right on the top of the head running that with that comment. Let's also talk about the scrutiny from the media back when you were a cow. Espn wasn't even on the air at that particular time. And now that you've got blogs and you got espn and Fox sports and all the other networks and everything. How is that factored into how tough the coaching job is today? For head coach. Well I think it's really made it much more difficult if you get if you get a colleague. Coaching job today compared to when I was a college coach. I think it's much more difficult because you're right we didn't have. Espn in those days and so consequently. They didn't know what I was doing at cal. I remember we went to that ballgame game back in New Jersey and And and sixty minutes came into this story in our academics Berkeley at the time and it was it was very skewed because they didn't understand and people never saw that show. Where we we're today. I think it would be right in front of the public all the time and I think that it makes your job that much more difficult question. Let's jump over to the national football when we talk about head coaching in the National Football League or even an assistant coach or being in a coaching organization with an NFL team. What are the dynamics that are involved there? That are different from the college level. You know what Ryan I I. I've put zero time into that sought. But I think it's probably the the amount of guys playing in the League. Coaching in the League. Right now have come into the league. Because they think that's the to be a colleague professional coach. 'cause it is we're professional. But I think the college coaches do much better job than sometimes then the professional coaches do. I've got a friend of mine who was a former head coach that won a super bowl championship and I asked him if he was going to get back into the game as a head coach again because he's in the broadcasting area right now and he smiled at me and he said you know Ron. He said they want young and they want cheap. And I'm neither one that's probably very true very true and I think I know you're talking about. I think that is very true. Yeah and the other thing too is that he said to me that this was a general managers league now referring to the National Football League is that indeed the case do you think do you think the decisions are being made mostly on rosters and by general managers. I I don't know I think it probably is is partially true because I think the money is what's really talks. It's it's become much more glamorous for much more money oriented than it was when I coach but i. I can't answer your question. I really don't know we got about a minute left here and when you think back on your career as a coach both at the NFL level and as a head coach in college football as well what. What's your favorite Memory Roger? Well I hit hit me with another question. I don't know around. Probably my my greatest memories. When I coach at Stanford Hundred John Ralston and winning the Rose Bowl two years. All when we we win that game. We'd beat Ohio State Michigan. That probably I just thinking about it on top of my head. I think that's probably the greatest deal I've ever had in coaching in all years coach and until everybody who was on that staff the assistant coaches under Austin. Well we had the Dick for meal. We had Mike White we had at Peasley. We had jacker Cincinnati because of the forty niners. We had Bob. Gamble was a great football coach and Max McCartney all guys run that staff that I coached on in in the Rose Bowl against Michigan Ohio State Stanford two years of general. Someone who rose bowls. I WanNa thank you Roger. It's good to connect again continued. Good Luck with coaching. Those quarterbacks you do a great job and I appreciate our friendship. Take Care Rodger. Thanks a lot Ron I appreciate it. Thanks Much Roger. Theater again called a quarterback guru by the article that I read a former head coach of the University of California now training almost two hundred athletes a year in the skill positions. We'll take a break here. Come back on the other side as we continue across the country and around the world. It's good to have you with this. Is We continue with more of you. And America's sports talk show thrive. Fantasy is a daily fantasy sports at for player props and they're are currently offering contests for cs go Doda. Emily legends matches. 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Former join just on sports byline inducted into the College Football Hall of fame and deservedly so he was the head coach at his Alma Mater. The University of Tennessee for seventeen seasons and listen to this overall coaching record. One fifty two and fifty two and he won the National Championship in Nineteen Ninety eight a couple of vesey championships as well. Phil. I know that you played at the University of Tennessee. Tell me about the first time you walked onto that campus Aruna was. It was an exciting time to serve growing up in a little community. That I'm Tom and lower Middle Tennessee There's a lot of Alabama fans because of the Alabama one and being a middle Tennessee small talents. It's got some panda bill fans but the majority of all of us love and support at the University of Tennessee. And that at that time we want doing as well you know in the mid and or actually early sixties and host had come in change. The energy on campus played for a championship One Sec Championship and gone. Didn't finish number two in the country and number one in some polls so there was a lot of excitement about coming to campus and Gosh it was just everything that I thought it would be and more and and The young cost take it from the small family owned. We did a lot of things. Girls Gorgeous important. Seventeen year old. You know but just being around Tennessee athletic program. The best time of my life change my life. It was it was fabulous. You know I've done play by play at a number of universities and I really think the University of Tennessee. The location of the stadium right along the river. There's something special about it. And then of course the checkerboard end zones in everything. Tell me what it was like to run out of the tunnel into that mammoth stadium and and the fans cheering. I thought drift. Somebody reminded me. I'm at least in the top three of people but probably run through the paint the most times and it never got all. That was always exciting. I I mean almost a stadium with symbol You're right about the setting at the foot of the smokies and and and And along the river and assist we have such great fans. It was so much fun to be a part of and and you know the hall of fame is wonderful. Honor the had and family is humbled but using how as well as anybody in in a team sport you know. There's so many people that have so much to do with that Yeah Great President. Great Chance Great. The Athletic Director Dickey rebuilt Johnson was. President had the most loyal staff in the world. I mean they just they stay with me and we had a great and one of the best in modern history and then all the players that we have had something like nine guys that went on and played pro football and at a chance to coach affect our Wilson Peyton manning and kill price and some whole bunch of players. And that's how those things have have That's how it happened. Is All that comes together and they were forced to have to put together as you know the SEC is probably the best and most powerful football conference in the country but when you were back there playing tell me what that conference was like. One of the best conferences in the country. It was really difficult to win the southeastern conference. 'cause ordinarily one loss but you know with the put up because with the time they only played six fix conference games and It was it was very difficult to we played some national games with really is at the forefront of playing those non conference national are really made a difference. We had a great series. Ucla and others and those are really fun to be a part of Penn state A number of years the first night game in Tennessee was against Penn state and having a chance to be involved in against listened with nothing like the third Saturday not over Been Playing Alabama here in Tennessee. That that's that's changed some with divisional apply. I think for in some people's mind but I'm very proud of the fact that we had A. We had a good liquid against the vengeance inside because had so much respect. Ogle did you ever did. You have any. Did you have any trepidation about replacing Johnny Majors? Because of the market left on that university. They did a great job at Tennessee. And certainly it was a it was a very exciting time in life but also their miserable time in their life. Because of the way it all happen I was. I was actually headed. Arkansas The coach there and and you know they asked me to stay in and tell my album modern. Oh because they were gonNA make made that says he was here. Not that I have great respect for coach and Out Him a lot for my career. What are the pluses and minuses? Fill of taking over and being the head coach of your Alma Mater. Because I always think that if you're a coach coming in from the outside there are some pluses and minuses there because the program doesn't you know the people around the program don't know you particularly but when you've grown up in the program. Is there a lot more expectation of somebody that comes from that direction? Now I think the level that we try to play it here at Tennessee expectations regardless of who you are and if you if you perform you get this day if you don't perform you don't whether you're an alum this or not You know for my from my standpoint. It was it was it. It was a it really wasn't a job for me or my family. And and I think you could extend that for me and my coaches if as it as it became the lifestyle and therefore we you know we have great atmosphere for young people to go up in place for as a family. we were able to continue to compete at the highest level every every third year for the last eight years we've played for the SEC championship. You know. So we were competing grade level including two thousand seven That's that's a plus. Because you know I think maybe put more into it than somebody would if it was just a job. You know. Minuses THEM and And they think all of a sudden mix of it's an easy job and and there are no easy jobs in college football and they're serving his certain easy job Tennessee about the Of the difficulty we have with our instinct creating just not a lot of people. Therefore there's not just a lot players and you have to go a lot of places that we also have like on the other side. We have great facilities and great history and we can go and get a peyton manning For Come Tennessee or price prices kinds. Let me ask you about Peyton Manning. I've known him since he was two years old. Because I know Archie really well so I've seen him grow up and such an extraordinary person as well as an outstanding football player. But I'm trying to imagine what the conversation was between you and either the family or Peyton that close the deal and getting him to come to Tennessee. Well that was a unique set of circumstances. Are Tonight Mutual fans fight against each other in college Libya had some had some concerns about a son coming to Tennessee because all missing Tennessee. Turn like rivalry you know in in Hauer era and They just a fabulous job of serving all of that and I think in taking busy state and he saw facilities commitment and they're just Just hands to he'd Schuler That was runner. Up for the HEISMAN. I felt. I think he felt like he could reach all of his goals. Here and be very comfortable in a setting that we that we create and that he was gonna get coached hard in grape system and That's really why he chose to come to Tennessee. He liked the people like the system. They like the flanks and Obviously were Coming but also feel that thrilled with his career in successively. When you look back at that decision he had to make going into his senior year. What was it that automatic ultimately tipped to him coming back for a fourth year. I think it goes to the same Tehran. I think he was enjoying college. He was excited about his team. Coming back He wanted to experience that that. Another year We Love Tennessee. People it was it was A. It's it's not. It's not hokey pointing. You know he really loved being where where it was and and he's great for me. Finish most of this is ours and graduated and I. It was like having another coach. He spent a lot of time in the film room with us and and I also enjoyed himself a lot of India too. So that was a huge Slots for for them to stay and the ad another sec championship. Yeah I WANNA talk to you about ninety seven to ninety eight because you win the Sec Championship. In both those years Phil but a ninety eight special year because you win the BCS National Championship game. I one that they had. What was the catalyst of that nine hundred eighteen? That allowed you to have the success that you had but one. You can't take anything away from Patan being here and having an opportunity to feel around him and he was gone but he you know his influence is still here. But you know that. Same Ninety eight leadership out Wilson and and say Hamilton Yep Hall and so on Bryson. Those guys that were captain's They weren't GonNa let us. We had spread an unbelievable young man very talented Lot of basil went on and play. Nfl and all those kind of things but the most wonderful attitude about about being a special football minutes you could ever imagine and practice We do not have any distractions off the field. They manage themselves extremely well. We read them take one game at a time. And have some great comeback wins really good teams Syracuse. And I'm at mcnabb and Florida and they're really good teams and Arkansas. And then they WANNA thank the Games. They were supposed to have it was host and We were very deep team. Lost a great tale. Thank in Jamal. Lewis to fail back in fattest and and A lot of people's time we're talking about it being a team of yesterday and a lot of ways it might have been because They they knew how to plan and they found a way to land and it was. It was great fun because we only have a couple of minutes left Phil but in a sense. Did you guys get caught up? Meaning the program and even you as a coach of of the expectation after winning that national championship in the the great back to back years ninety seven ninety eight. The people then became you know began thinking about that as the measuring stick for Phil Fulmer and his program. I in some ways. I'm sure we all did. You know we were right back in it and ninety nine Arkansas poster outlaying. The ball game ended up center so we would have probably we would have been like back in the mix and SEC championship game. They have a chance to go play Florida state again. I two thousand and one We beat Florida at the end of the year for the Conference Championship and play. Lsu for the second time. And and unfortunately I didn't get that one we would have played Miami For the National Championship and won the conference again and four. I might have these are wrong. I think old four and then again and seven so you know we never quite got back to the The level that we were but we were we were really close and and and have some great teams in some lake then and the coast so even though it didn't get back to the national championship and I felt like we really good job in about thirty seconds. Is there a moment in your career either as a player or even as a coach? It's kind of ingrained in your mind that when you close your eyes and you think about your career and everything that it's really something that brings a smile to your face. The best thing I can say is a couple of men in my town including some coaches from him and use footballer when we were younger really made an impact on me is to out to help. A young person and I if if there's a reason I got into coaching that was and I think we have impacted a lot of people and help for live and you know they windsor. Great in the honors. A great. But you know you can lay your on the pillow at night. So good about having done that Phil I want to thank you very much. Congratulations on the honor. Being inducted into the College Football Hall of fame but I want to compliment you not only for what you accomplished on the field but also the way that you help the young man that you coached and you ran your program. It was something that was done with distinction a lot Phil Iran. Bill former with us again head coach a modern Tennessee for some seventeen seasons. We continue across the country and around the world. We've got you on sports byline. Do you have a story to share your story lifetime? Private Autobiography Services can help we will interview. You buy video or phone to get your memories in your words using your pictures are staff of talented. Riders will then recreate your story into a beautifully handcrafted book. You'll receive ten individual copies for friends and family to enjoy for generations to come visit. Private AUTOBIOGRAPHY DOT COM TO SCHEDULE. A free consultation. 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